July 18, 2024



KPU Determines Prabowo-Gibran as Winners of the Presidential Election

The General Election Commission (KPU) determined pair number 02, Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming Raka, as the winner of the 2024 presidential election (Pilpres). Based on the recapitulation results of the 2024 election vote count, Prabowo-Gibran won 96,214,691 votes, or 58.83 percent. …

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KPU Completes Recapitulation of Election Results; Election Dispute Lawsuit Process Begins

The General Election Commission (KPU) has completed the recapitulation of national-level vote counting results in 38 provinces. The recapitulation includes the general election (election) for president and vice president, the election for the House of Representatives (DPR), and the election …

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In the Shadow of Hoaxes: Challenges to Democracy in the 2024 Election

Currently, the public is still considered vulnerable to information disruption during the 2024 election series. This disruption has an impact on trust in democracy, election management institutions, and election administration. In 2023, before the voting took place, the Indonesian Anti-Defamation …

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UII Calls for Permanent opposition to Maintain Democracy

The Indonesian Islamic University (UII) Yogyakarta demands that all state administrators uphold national ethics, respect the rights and freedoms of citizens, and restore the principle of judicial independence. This was conveyed by the UII Yogyakarta extended family on the free …

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Parliamentary Thresholds: Between Democratic Principles and Government Stability

The Constitutional Court (MK) stated that the parliamentary threshold (PT) of 4 percent was unconstitutional and inconsistent with the principles of popular sovereignty and electoral fairness. Even though the changes to the parliamentary threshold will only take effect in the …

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ICW Condemns Closing of KPU Sirekap Graphic

The removal of vote acquisition data graphs in the Recapitulation Information System (Sirekap) by the General Election Commission (KPU) is considered to be contrary to the principle of transparency in elections. Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) considers that the reason for …

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Indonesian Women’s Alliance Urges to Uphold Democracy

The Indonesian Women’s Alliance accused President Joko Widodo’s government of destroying the democracy that has been operating in Indonesia. This was conveyed during an action commemorating International Women’s Day (IWD). The alliance demanded the enforcement of democracy and the supremacy …

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IWD 2024: Political Women’s Representation Far from Expectations

IWD 2024

The government’s fulfillment of women’s rights in politics from upstream to downstream is considered mere jargon. This was expressed by the Indonesian Women’s Alliance in commemoration of International Women’s Day (IWD) 2024. The Alliance considers that the commitment to fulfill …

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