July 18, 2024



Assessing Democracy after the 2024 Elections

The quick count results from various survey institutions, with nearly 100% of the votes counted, have confirmed that the Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming Raka pair has won the 2024 Presidential Election (Pilpres). Although we still have to wait for the General …

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KPU Acknowledges Mistake in Sirekap Data Conversion

The General Election Commission (KPU) responds to the discrepancy in data between the C forms containing the vote tally and the Vote Recapitulation Information System (Sirekap). The KPU acknowledges that there was an error in vote conversion and will rectify …

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The Civil Society Coalition Condemns the Criminalization of the Director and Legal Experts of ‘Dirty Vote’

The Civil Society Coalition condemns the reporting against the director and three legal experts of the documentary film “Dirty Vote.” The coalition views the criminalization of the Dirty Vote film team as a form of silencing criticism and facts. Such …

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Disinformation Turbulence Ahead of the 2024 Elections

As the 2024 Election voting approaches, the Civil Society Coalition against Election Disinformation released findings of information disturbances regarding the election. These findings include false news or hoaxes, and hate speech on social media networks. Throughout the year 2023, the …

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Potential for Re-Voting

The day of voting and counting votes in the election is a day that is eagerly awaited by all Indonesians. Contestants for the 2024 simultaneous election, both executive and legislative, are no exception. Through the vote-counting process, national government political …

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Together Monitoring the 2024 Elections

The 2024 Elections in Indonesia are confronted with various issues that have the potential to undermine the integrity of the elections. In an effort to maintain the integrity of the 2024 elections, various initiatives have emerged from civil society organizations …

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Election and Involvement of Environmental Crime Business

The high cost of politics in Indonesia is considered the main reason many politicians receive funding from environmentally damaging businesses. This funding is followed by agreements on political policies that benefit these environmentally damaging businesses. Yassar Aulia, a researcher from …

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