Ardito Ramadhan, Jakarta – Paramadina University political observer and executive director of the Institute for Democracy and Governance Studies (CDGS), Ahmad Khoirul Umam, says that the People's Justice and Prosperity Party (Prima) is just a small pawn in a larger plot to postpone the 2024 elections.
Documents containing the term 'factual verification'
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – Representatives of an alliance of non-government organisations (NGOs) calling themselves the Civil Society Coalition for Safeguarding Clean Elections visited the offices of the Election Organisers Ethics Council (DKPP) on Tuesday February 28.
Jakarta – The Indonesian People's Wave Party (Gelora) has refuted a statement by a North Sulawesi General Elections Commission (KPU) member on the manipulation of factual verification data on political parties wanting to contest the 2024 elections.
Jakarta – Labour Party President Said Iqbal has denied involvement in the manipulation of the data of political parties wanting to contest the 2024 elections in Sangihe Island regency, North Sumatra, which is alleged to have been committed by the General Elections Commission (KPU).
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The General Elections Commission (KPU) was again the target of scores of demonstrators on Wednesday January 18. This time it was a protest by a group calling itself the Indonesian Independent People's Union National Leadership Board (DPN SRMI).
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – A public hearing (RDPU) on Wednesday January 11 between the House of Representatives (DPR) Commission II and an alliance of non-government (LSM) organisations calling themselves the Civil Society Coalition for Safeguarding Clean Elections, was suddenly closed down after proceeding for only 22 minutes.
Election official: How's it going? All cleaned up? Ready to go? (trolley reads "Rotten Cadre")
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – A number of political parties that failed to pass the electoral verification process to take part in the 2024 elections have joined together under the "Movement Against Political Genocide" to call for a halt to the current stage in the election process.
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – An alliance of non-government organisations calling themselves the Civil Society for Safeguarding Clean Elections reported 10 General Election Commission (KPU) officials at all levels to the Election Organisers Ethics Council (DKPP) on Wednesday December 21.
Jakarta – A regional General Elections Commission (KPUD) commissioner has revealed the threats made by KPU national Commissioner Idham Holik so that they would change the status of the Indonesian People's Wave Party (Gelora), the Nusantara Awakening Party (PKN) and the Garuda Party so they could take part in the 2024 elections.
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The Civil Society Coalition for Monitoring Clean Elections has demanded that the General Election Commission (KPU) conduct an audit of its Political Party Information System (Sipol) following alleged cheating during the political party factual variation process by KPU officials.
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The General Elections Commission (KPU) has officially declared that 17 political parties will contest the 2024 legislative and presidential elections based on the results of a provincial level verification and recapitulation which was conducted on Wednesday December 14.
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The People's Justice and Prosperity Party (PRIMA) claims it will submit a challenge against the General Election Commission (KPU) with the Elections Supervisory Board (Bawaslu).
Jakarta – Papuan Traditional Council (DAP) Second Secretary John Gobay is asking President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to quickly issue a government regulation on the mechanisms for establishing local political parties in the Land of the Cenderawasih as Papua is known.
Jakarta – Old names are still dominating the candidate members for the People’s Representative Assembly (DPR) in the lists submitted on Monday, December 29, to the General Election Commission (KPU) by the political parties who will participate in the 2004 general elections.
Based on Law Number 31/2002 on Political Parties, no less than 209 political parties in the country – including those who already had the status of a legal body and those who did not – have had their status annulled. As a result, there are now 50 recorded political parties in the country.