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On 17 April 2019 the people of Indonesia went to the ballot boxes to vote in the country's presidential and legislative elections. Shortly afterwards, the General Elections Commission (in Indonesian: Komisi Pemilihan Umum, or KPU) started to count the results.
The KPU will be busy counting the incoming vote results (from all regions) up to 22 May 2019 in order to determine the official results (expected to be released on 22 or 23 May 2019).
Fortunately, we can follow the KPU's counting process at the link below:
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Poll Indonesia Investments:
Are you concerned about rising identity politics (and the growing influence of Islamic teachers on politics) in Indonesia?
Voting possible: -
- Yes, I'm concerned about rising identity politics (53.7%)
- No, it's good that Islam has a growing role in politics (18.8%)
- No, I don't see rising identity politics in Indonesia (17.8%)
- No opinion (9.7%)
Total amount of votes: 516