Indonesian Elections: More than 270 electoral workers have died
As of Saturday night, 272 election officers were killed, and another 1878 were ill after helping manage the biggest one-day elections in the world on April 17, according to CNN Indonesia. elections
For the first time, Indonesia held its presidential and parliamentary elections on the same day, with about 192.8 million people over 17,000 archipelago islands entitled to vote in more than 800,000 polling stations. The General Election Commission, known as the Communist Party of the Democratic People's Republic, said election officials mostly died from overload-related diseases, reports to SBS CNN
. . He said that this is partly due to the rigid election schedule and the decision to hold simultaneously presidential and parliamentary elections. CNN has made attempts to contact the CPU and has appealed to the Indonesian Government for comment.
Sandiago Uno, partner of Presidential candidate Prabovo Subianto, said that fundamental mistakes were made in the conduct of the election.
According to CNN Indonesia
Early results showed that Indonesia's current president, Joko "Djokov", has received a second term with a second term, winning the presidency for the second time against the ancient rival Prabovo. Prabovu first argued that alternative interviews with his own team put him in first place.
Early "quick calculations" of ballot papers put Jokowi about 55% of the vote, with Prabovo winning around 44%. "Quick calculations" are carried out by various reliable election institutions and proved to be reliable in the past. The final official results will be announced by May 22nd.