It was a scene of high drama from the theatre of an increasingly strange revolution. Parliament - where dissent has traditionally been met with arrest - became a hotbed of anti-Suharto feeling yesterday, both inside and out. Jakarta students brought protests from their campuses to the House of Representatives, the symbolic heart of the New Order Government. The key student delegation, from the University of Indonesia, arrived aboard buses provided by troops loyal to General Wiranto. 'Down with Suharto,' they roared, while whispering that their bitter struggle might be close to an end, with what they call the 'People's Army' at last moving alongside the people. They entered the ornate gardens past the massed ranks of Mobile Calvary Brigade troops, drawn up alongside armoured personnel carriers. 'Long live ABRI [the armed forces],' the students shouted. 'Tutut [President Suharto's daughter Siti Hardyanti Rukmana,] is a dog!' Delegations from the country's leading universities passed into the chamber to deliver their paramount demand to faction leaders: Mr Suharto must quit. To their delight, House Speaker Harmoko agreed - and said so. Outside Parliament in the late afternoon, the atmosphere mixed jubilation with caution: while some students beat the air with clenched fists, others insisted the struggle had to go on with the outcome still uncertain. 'On Wednesday, we will still march on Cendana,' one vowed, saying many thousands would converge on the President's residence, part of nationwide demonstrations planned for tomorrow. As the sun set, the students boarded their buses - some packed on to roofs - waved to the troops, who responded with smiles.