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Tuesday, 1 April 2014 - 03:38 WIB

INDONESIAN CITIZENS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA START AN EARLY POLL

Indonesian Consular in Vabimo, Jahar Gultom (Jubi)

Indonesian Consular in Vabimo, Jahar Gultom (Jubi)

Indonesian Consular in Vabimo, Jahar Gultom (Jubi)

Indonesian Consular in Vabimo, Jahar Gultom (Jubi)

Jayapura, 31/3 (Jubi) – Indonesian citizens in Papua New Guinea will vote for the legislative elections on April 5, four days earlier than those in Indonesia.

“There are about 636 Indonesian Citizens in Papua New Guinea who are registered as voters for the upcoming elections. Most of them are working in the oil palm plantations and timber industry. They will vote on 5 April 2014,” said Indonesian Consular Jahar Gultom via a short message on Monday (31/3).

He said the Overseas Electoral Committee  (KPPSLN) has sent ballot boxes to the Indonesian Consulate in Vanimo. “There is only one polling station in Vanimo. That’s in the Indonesian Consulate,” he said. (Jubi / Arjuna/rom)

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