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JOKOWI-JK WIN ALMOST 75% OF VOTES IN PAPUA PROVINCE

Candidat no 2 for Indonesia's presiden, Jokowi - JK (IST)

Candidat no 2 for Indonesia's presiden, Jokowi - JK (IST)

Candidat no 2 for Indonesia's presiden, Jokowi - JK (IST)

Candidat no 2 for Indonesia’s presiden, Jokowi – JK (IST)

Sentani, 16/7 (Jubi) – The campaign of presidential candidate Joko Widodo claimed that he won almost 75% of the votes in Papua Province.

“Of 29 regencies/municipality in Papua Province, only four regencies that have not been covered, that are including Yalimo, Puncak Jaya, Mamberamo Tengah and Lanny Jaya,” the Secretary of the election team, Baharudin Farawowan said to reporters in Sentani, Jayapura Regency on Wednesday (16/7).

Jokowi – Jusuf Kalla’s campaign has completed the process of voting recapitulation in Papua Province done until 21:00 Papua time. The result showed Jokowi-JK obtained 1.5 million votes while Prabowo-Hatta got 523.360 votes.

Earlier, Beatrix Wanane, a commissioner of Papua Election Committee confirmed the presidential candidates Jokowi-JK gain the voting against their rival in Jayapura Regency, Jayapura Municipality and Yahukimo Regency.
“Based on the report I received, Jokowi-JK won,” she said. (Jubi/Albert)

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