Seven Parties Likely Fail to Enter Parliament: Pollster

    18 April 2019 11:39 WIB
    Seven Parties Likely Fail to Enter Parliament: Pollster
    The Parliament Building Complex (Photo:Medcom.id/Gregorius Yohandi)
    Jakarta: As many as Seven political parties would likely not be able to have a seat in the Indonesian Parliament as they failed to meet the parliamentary threshold of four percent, according to a quick count conducted by Indo Barometer pollster.

    The parties are Garuda Party, Berkarya Party, Persatuan Indonesia (Perindo) Party, Solidaritas Indonesia Party (PSI), Hati Nurani Rakyat (Hanura) Party, Bulan Bintang (PBB) Party, and Keadilan dan Persatuan Indonesia (PKPI) Party.

    Indo Barometer conducted quick count in 1,200 polling stations across the country, and vote results were obtained from 915 polling stations, or 76.25 percent of the total, according to Executive Director of Indo Barometer M Qodari on Wednesday.

    Based on the quick count results, Perindo collected 2.65 percent, Berkarya 2.13 percent, PSI 2.1 percent, Hanura 1.6 percent, PBB 0.83 percent, Garuda 0.59 percent, and PKPI 0.25 percent.

    Meanwhile, the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) bagged 19.72 percent, Great Indonesia Movement (Gerindra) 13.25 percent, Golkar 11.73 percent, and Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) 9.87 percent.

    The National Awakening Party  (PKB) won 8.53 percent votes, National Democratic Party (NasDem) 8.01 percent, Democratic Party (PD) 7.39 percent, National Mandate Party (PAN) 6.95 percent, and United Development Party (PPP) 4.4 persen.

    Indonesia organized simultaneous legislative and presidential elections throughout the country on April 17, 2019, which is considered the biggest ad the most complex one-single day election in the world.

    Based on the official data from the General Elections Commission (KPU), as many as 192 million people were eligible to vote this year. In the meantime, more than 800 thousand polling stations were open across the country.
     
    According to reports, the polling stations were guarded by 270 thousand police officers and 70 thousand military personnel. In addition to that, police and military were assisted by 1.6 million community protection (linmas) officers. (Antara)
     



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