KPU Chief Hasyim Asy’ari’s statement requiring all three president and vice-president candidates to appear during all five national debate occasions has been widely criticized.
BSSN, Indonesia's cyber and encryption agency, has reported its early investigation results on the 2024 voter data leakage to the national police for further investigation.
North Sumatra Governor Edy Rahmayadi, who is now head of the Anies-Muhaimin ticket election-winning team in North Sumatra, acknowledged that normally, he would choose to side with Prabowo, who used to be his superior officer in the military.
The government acknowledged a data breach that hit the General Elections Commission system. This incident would seriously risk the integrity of the upcoming election if it is not immediately fixed.
The Constitutional Court panel has denied the judicial review over the minimum age requirement for presidential and vice-presidential candidates.
The narratives on foreign intelligence infiltration to steer election results in their way seem no longer relevant. Right now, they prefer to wait for the election champion to emerge and secure their interest through open connections.
WTO has formed a panel to settle the dispute on biodiesel between Indonesia and the European Union, sparking optimism about regaining the biodiesel business.
President's Special Staff Coordinator Ari Dwipayana responded to an earlier protest by Megawati Sukarnoputri, Chairwoman of PDI-P, on the government's lack of neutrality during the election process.
Presidential Candidate Ganjar Pranowo acknowledged that his vice-president candidate Mahfud MD has not been allowed to leave by President Joko Widodo until a day before the first campaigning day, which is slated on Nov 28.
Vice President Ma’aruf Amin, in his working visit to Bratislava, Slovakia, on Sunday, warned all polling station officers and all other officers related to the general election process to maintain their neutrality and independence.