July 18, 2024



The Constitutional Court: Judges may not Interfere with the Evidence of PHPU disputes

Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court (MK) Suhartoyo emphasized that judges must not interfere in the process of proving disputes over General Election Results Disputes (PHPU), both presidential and vice presidential election disputes (pilpres), and legislative elections (pileg). He explained …

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Free Lunch Must Start with Budget Clarity

The free lunch and free milk programs promoted by presidential and vice presidential candidates Prabowo-Gibran are considered to require careful consideration in their implementation. However, last week a free lunch program simulation was held at SMP Negeri 2 Curug, Tangerang, …

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1,113 TPS held PSU, PSL, and PSS in 38 provinces

The General Election Commission (KPU) stated that as many as 1,113 polling stations (TPS) will carry out voting after February 14, 2024. This number includes repeat voting (PSU) at 738 TPS, further voting (PSL) at 117 TPS, and 258 TPS …

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Election Fraud in Constitutional Review

The large number of frauds and violations in the 2024 election are considered to be caused by the law being separated from political ethics and morals; this can be seen from the many ethical violations received by election organizers. In …

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Komnas HAM: Marginalized and Vulnerable Groups Lose Their Rights to Vote in the 2024 Election

The National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) found a number of human rights violations during the 2024 elections. Based on Komnas HAM’s monitoring on February 12–16, 2024, in 14 provinces and 50 districts and cities, many marginalized and vulnerable groups …

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Civil Society Coalition Condemns Halting of Election Recapitulation

Aksi Teatrikal Koalisi Pemilu Bersih di Kantor KPU

Koalisi Masyarakat Sipil Kawal Pemilu Bersih [The Civil Society Coalition Guarding Clean Elections] believes that halting the vote recapitulation at the district level has the potential to lead to fraudulent practices and could undermine the integrity of voters’ voices. According …

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