As Malaysian government reduces the fuel price, the students and public at large here quickly demanded the same policy. This is wrong in two counts. First, Indonesian subsidized fuel's price is still under the market price. So if you want it closer to the market, you should increase the price, not reduce it. Second, if your logic is based on "when the market price is down, domestic price should follow suit", be consistent. That is, when the market price is up, domestic price should also follow suit.