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Nam🍑 슈주야 꽃길 걷자! 🌸 Apr 16
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gora adita putra May 6
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Yenni Kwok Apr 16
Like in 2014, makes sure the transparency & accuracy of vote counts in the 2019 elections
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hasna Apr 17
PSI is far from a perfect party but at least they have a refreshing platform (my bar for our political parties is really low btw...) i was really hoping they pass to the parliament to shake things up a bit. doesn't seem like it's happening :(
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Bali Promotion Center   ⭐️⭐️❤️⭐️⭐️ Apr 22
As per quick count outcome No new political parties are able to secure a House seat Presidential election has apparently overshadowed Legislative election 2019,
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i_Great Apr 14
Enthusiasm of indonesian to vote in general election 2019... the people queing more than 1 km
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Neta Apr 16
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Amat Apr 16
Tomorrow is the biggest public Election ever in INA 🇮🇩, we will choose the president and also and I am still confused... WHO are the candidates that could make a good impact for Development in East Kalimantan...
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Fajar Yuliyanto Apr 17
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ISIS Malaysia Apr 18
Surprises are also visible in . Based on LitbangKompas QC, PDIP, Gerindra, PKS and Nasdem gained dramatic increase in votes. PKB’s gains is respectable. Exc PDIP, all of these parties climbed the ladder in terms of the most popular parties in DPR.
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Bali Promotion Center   ⭐️⭐️❤️⭐️⭐️ Apr 8
Replying to @DPR_RI
During the previous election, the political parties were required to pass a parliamentary threshold of 3.5% in order to be represented in the People's Representative Council .The law has increased this threshold to 4 percent in 2019 simultaneous elections.
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Coconuts Jakarta Apr 18
Very few changes expected to the composition of Indonesia's House of Parliament after yesterday's legislative election
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Ekowisata Bali Apr 16
Happy Election Day for Indonesia. Aabstain (Golput) is not an option. let's choose your leader..
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The Jakarta Globe Apr 22
Final quick count results point to a second term for Joko Widodo, and as predicted, no new political parties were able to secure a House seat.
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Fahira Idris DPD RI Apr 8
POLITIK UANG, MENGHANCURKAN DEMOKRASI.. TOLAK SERANGAN FAJAR.. JANGAN GADAIKAN HAK SUARA DENGAN SEMBAKO.. AYO, BERSAMA RAKYAT AWASI PILPRES PILEG 2019.. KAMI INGIN MEMILIH PEMIMPIN YANG BERKUALITAS, BUKAN DENGAN HASIL CURANG..
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Lee Yuu Dee/Liudy Apr 16
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Lucie Godeau Apr 3
We have launched an Indonesian-language fact-checking service! Follow and read the blog as Indonesia is gearing up for the presidential election in 2 weeks Well done teams
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Moh Randy Saputra☮ May 21
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[insert name here] Apr 12
I have casted my vote ☑🗳☑🗳. Let's enjoy the rest of the day 🌤 @ KJRI Melbourne
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Hadyp Apr 18
In case you never noticed, the path you never chose has chosen you ✖ . .
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