India’s Parliament voted to adopt anticorruption legislation Saturday, following two weeks of protests that brought hundreds of thousands into the streets in support of their leader, anticorruption activist Anna Hazare. After a day of debate, the Indian Parliament ceded to Hazare’s demands, which called for a central, independent anticorruption agency to monitor the government. Hazare, 74, went on a 12-day hunger strike that drew national media attention. “You have done wonders,” Hazare told his supporters Saturday. He is expected to end his fast Sunday morning at Ramlila Maidan, the public grounds in Delhi.