KPU – General Election Commission Indonesia

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The General Election Commission of Republic of Indonesia is responsible for conducting the elections in Indonesia.  The Electoral Management Body is classified in to 3 various departments. The First one is The General Election Commission (KPU) which conducts the elections in Indonesia; the second one is the Elections Supervisory Board (BAWASLU) which is responsible for supervising the electoral conduct and the third and last one is The Honorary Council of Election Management Bodies (DKPP) which is responsible for resolving the ethical violations.

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  • KPU
  • BAWASLU
  • DKPP

Type of Elections Indonesia                How to Vote in Elections          Locate Your Polling Station

General Elections 2019 Indonesia                                  Presidential Election Results Indonesia

KPU – General Election Commission of Republic of Indonesia:

The General Election Commission (KPU) is an independent constitutional body which is responsible to conduct the National elections and the Local Elections in the Republic of Indonesia. The General Election Commission (KPU) consists of 7 Commissioners appointed by the President of Indonesia. The Commissioners of KPU will serve for 5 years.

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KPU – General Election Commission Duties:

  • KPU is responsible to conduct Presidential Elections in Republic of Indonesia
  • KPU is responsible to conduct Legislative Elections in Republic of Indonesia
  • KPU is responsible to conduct Provincial Elections in Republic of Indonesia
  • KPU is responsible to conduct Gubernatorial Elections in Republic of Indonesia
  • KPU is responsible to conduct Municipal Elections in Republic of Indonesia
  • KPU is responsible to declare the results of the Elections in Republic of Indonesia
  • KPU is responsible to conduct the Elections in Free and Fair manner in Indonesia
  • KPU maintains the Electoral Roll or Voters Roll (Authenticated Register of Electorate)
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BAWASLU – Election Supervisory Board of Republic of Indonesia:

The Election Supervisory Board (BAWASLU) is an independent constitutional body which is responsible to oversee the electoral complaints. The Election Supervisory Board (BAWASLU) consists of 5 Commissioners. The Commissioners of BAWASLU serves for 5 years.

DKPP – The Honorary Council of Election Management Bodies:

The Honorary Council of Election Management Bodies (DKPP) which is responsible for resolving the ethical violations. The Election Supervisory Board (BAWASLU) consists of 7Members. Out of these 7 Members One Member will be from KPU, and one Member will be from BAWASLU and other 5 Members will be Community Leaders. The Members of DKPP serves for 5 years.

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Indonesia Provinces & Territories:

The Republic of Indonesia consists of 34 Provinces. In the 34 Provinces there are 514 Municipalities or Regencies, 7,160 Districts and 83,184 Villages.

Republic of Indonesia Provinces
Aceh
Bali
Bangka Belitung Islands
Banten
Bengkulu
Central Java
Central Kalimantan
Central Sulawesi
East Java
East Kalimantan
East Nusa Tenggara
Gorontalo
Jakarta Special Capital Region
Jambi
Lampung
Maluku
North Kalimantan
North Maluku
North Sulawesi
North Sumatra
Papua
Riau
Riau Islands
Southeast Sulawesi
South Kalimantan
South Sulawesi
South Sumatra
West Java
West Kalimantan
West Nusa Tenggara
West Papua
West Sulawesi
West Sumatra
Special Region of Yogyakarta
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How to Vote in Elections 2019 Indonesia

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In the Republic of Indonesia the eligibility to vote is 17 years. The eligible Citizens of Republic of Indonesia whose age is 17 years or above they can vote in the Indonesian Elections. The Indonesian Presidential Elections and the Legislative Elections (to elect the Members of the People’s Consultative Assembly) are scheduled to be held on 17th April 2019.  Before the Elections it is better to confirm your vote in the Voters list. After checking your name in the Voters list find and locate your polling station. On the Election Day reach the polling station on time along with Indonesian Identity card (KTP) because the eligible Indonesian Citizen having KTP can vote in Indonesian Elections.

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Type of Elections Indonesia                2019 General Elections         Locate Your Polling Station

KPU General Election Commission Indonesia                                  Presidential Election Results Indonesia

How to Vote in Indonesia Elections on 17th April 2019?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Vote in Indonesia Presidential Elections 2019?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Locate your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Vote in Indonesia Legislative Elections 2019?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Find your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Vote in Indonesia People’s Consultative Assembly Elections 2019?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Find your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Vote in Indonesia Gubernatorial Elections?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Locate your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Vote in Indonesia Municipal Elections?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Locate your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Vote in Indonesia Local Elections?

  • Visit the Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Confirm your Voter Registration.
  • Check your Polling Station.
  • Locate your Polling Station.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling station along with the Indonesian Identity Document (KTP).
  • Show your Identity document at the entrance of the Polling station.
  • Now check your name in the voters list.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • After taking the ballot papers, your Identification document book will be stamped by the electoral officer.
  • Now go the polling booth and select your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote by making a hole with nail in front of the candidate or political party.
  • After the making the hole or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Locate your Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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Locate Your Polling Station Indonesia Online

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How to Locate Polling Station Online in Indonesia with KTP?

  • Visit Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Select Polling Stations option from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling station online window will be displayed.
  • Polling station can be located either by KTP (Indonesian Identity Card) or voter information or by residential address.
  • Select search by KTP button.
  • Select your Province from the Provinces List.
  • Enter your KTP.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling Station details and location.

Locate Polling Station Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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Type of Elections Indonesia                How to Vote in Elections          2019 General Elections Indonesia

KPU General Election Commission Indonesia                                  Presidential Election Results Indonesia

How to Locate Polling Place in Indonesia with Voter Information?

  • Visit Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Select Polling Stations option from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling station online window will be displayed.
  • Polling station can be located either by KTP (Indonesian Identity Card) or voter information or by residential address.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your Province from the Provinces List.
  • Enter your name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling station details and location.

Check Polling Place Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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How to Locate Polling Place in Indonesia with Residence Address?

  • Visit Indonesian National Elections Commission KPU official website.
  • Select Polling Stations option from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling station online window will be displayed.
  • Polling station can be located either by KTP (Indonesian Identity Card) or voter information or by residential address.
  • Select search by Residence Address option.
  • Select your Province from the Provinces List.
  • Enter House Number.
  • Enter your complete Address.
  • Enter your Postal code and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling station details and location.

Find Polling Place Online – https://kpu.go.id/index.php/home

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Type of Elections in Indonesia

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There are different types of elections in the Republic of Indonesia, mainly can be divided in to two types they are National Elections and Local Elections. The National Elections include the Presidential Elections and Legislative Elections (people’s Consultative Assembly). Coming to the Local Elections, Local Elections include Gubernatorial Elections, Regency Elections (Mayoral Elections), Municipality Elections, City Elections, and Village Elections.

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  • Presidential Elections
  • Legislative Elections
  • Governor Elections/ Gubernatorial Elections
  • Mayor Elections/ Regency Elections
  • Municipality Elections
  • Head of the Village Elections
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2019 Elections Indonesia                How to Vote in Elections          Locate Your Polling Station

KPU General Election Commission Indonesia                                  Presidential Election Results Indonesia

National or General Elections in Republic of Indonesia:

In the Republic of Indonesia, National/ General Elections include the Presidential Elections and the Legislative Elections.

Presidential Elections:

Presidential Elections include electing the President as well as Vice President and the Legislative Members (Members of the people’s Consultative Assembly). The eligible Citizens of Republic of Indonesia cast their vote directly to elect the President and Vice- President. The President of the Republic of Indonesia serves five years term and the Vice President too. The Presidential Elections in the Republic of Indonesia will be held once in every five years. The last Presidential Election was held on 9th July 2014therefore the next Presidential Election will be held on 17th April 2019.

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Legislative Elections:

The Republic of Indonesia has two Councils, one is called People’s Representative Council (DPR) and the second one is called Regional People’s Representative Council (DPRD).

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Local Elections:

Each Province of Republic of Indonesia will have a Governor. The Local Elections in the Republic of Indonesia represents the Gubernatorial Elections to elect the Governor of the Province. Mayoral Elections or Regency Elections to elect the Mayor, Municipality Elections to elect the Municipality Head, and the village Elections to elect the Head of the Village.

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Indonesia Election Results

Presidential Election Results, Legislative Elections Results, House of Representatives Election Results, Regional Representatives Council Election Results, Voter Turnout

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The Indonesian General Elections are scheduled to be held in the month of April 2019.  For the first time in the history of Republic of Indonesia this General Elections will be held both for President and the Legislature. Earlier these two national elections were held in different days but this time Presidential Elections, the House of Representatives Elections (DPR), and the Regional Representatives Council Elections (DPD) will be held on same day i.e. on 17th April 2019. In the last General Elections which were held on 9th of July 2014 was to elect the seventh President of Republic of Indonesia.

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Type of Elections Indonesia                How to Vote in Elections          Locate Your Polling Station

KPU General Election Commission Indonesia                                  2019 Presidential Election Indonesia

2014 Presidential Election Results Indonesia:

The 2014 Presidential Elections were held on 9th July 2014. The presidential Candidates for this election were Prabowo Subianto who was a former general and Joko Widodo who was the Governor of Jakarta.  Joko Widodo won the election and became the seventh President of Indonesia and took charge on 20th October 2014, along with the President Joko Widodo, Jusuf Kalla took sworn as a Vice-President.

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2014 Legislative Election Results Indonesia:

The 2014 Legislative Elections were held on 9th April 2014. 12 National Parties contested these elections. The following were contested in the 2014 Legislative Elections Indonesia.

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Major Political Parties in Republic of Indonesia:

National Political Parties in Indonesia
S.NO Political Party Name Party Name in Short Form Leader of the Political Party
1 National Awakening Party PKB Muhaimin Iskandar
2 Great Indonesia Movement Party Geirindra Prabowo Subianto
3 Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle PDI-P Megawati Sukarnoputri
4 Party of the Functional Groups Golkar Airlangga Hartarto
5 Nasdem Party Nasdem Surya Paloh
6 Prosperous Justice Party PKS Sohibul Iman
7 United Development Party PPP Muhammad Romahurmuziy
8 National Mandate Party PAN Zulkifli Hasan
9 People’s Conscience Party Hanura Oesman Sapta Odang
10 Democratic Party Democrat Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
11 Crescent Star Party PBB Yusril Ihza Mahendra
12 Indonesian Justice and Unity Party PKPI Diaz Hendropriyono
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Local Political Parties in Indonesia
S.NO Local Political Party Name
1 Aceh Party
2 Aceh Regional Party
3 Aceh Nanggroe Party
4 Independent Voice of the Acehnese Party
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Total Voters in Republic of Indonesia:

During the 2014 Presidential Elections the total number of registered voters in Indonesia were 193,944,150.

2014 – 193,944,150 Voters

2014 Elections Results & Highlights:

  • Total Provinces in Indonesia – 34 Provinces
  • Total Municipalities in Indonesia – 514 Municipalities
  • Total Districts in Indonesia – 7,160 Districts
  • Total Villages in Indonesia – 83,184 Villages
  • Who conducted the 2014 Elections in Indonesia – KPU – General Election Commission Indonesia
  • Total registered Voters for 2014 Elections in Indonesia – 193,944,150 Voters
  • Polling Stations available for 2019 Elections in Indonesia – 4, 79,183 Polling Stations
  • Polling Officials participate in 2019 Elections of Indonesia – 40, 00,000 Polling Officials
  • Total Ballots for 2019 Elections in Indonesia – 700 Ballots
  • Election Day – 9th July 2014
  • 2014 Presidential Election Day in Indonesia – 9th July 2014
  • Voters turn out in 2014 Indonesia Elections – 75.11%.
  • Total Political Parties Participating in 2014 Elections – 12 National Parties and 4 Local Parties.
  • 2014 Election Results declared on – 22/07/2014.
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Indonesian Presidents from 1945 to 2019:

S.NO President of Indonesia Name of the Indonesian President Party Term
1 First President Sukarno Independent 18/08/1945 to 12/03/1967
2 Second President Suharto Golkar Party 27/03/1968 to 21/05/1998
3 Third President B.J. Habibie Golkar Party 21/05/1998 to 20/10/1999
4 Fourth President Abdurraham Wahid National Awakening Party 20/10/1999 to 23/07/2001
5 Fifth President Megawati Sukarnoputri Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle 23/07/2001 to 20/10/2004
6 Sixth President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Democratic Party 20/10/2004 to 20/10/2014
7 Seventh President Joko Widodo Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle 20/10/2014 – Current President of Indonesia
8 Eight President      
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Indonesian General Elections 2019

Presidential Election Schedule, Election Day, Legislative Election Schedule, Total Registered Voters, Political Parties, Election Date.

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The Indonesian General Elections are scheduled to be held on 17th April 2019. Both Presidential and Legislative Elections will be held on the same day i.e. on 17/04/2019. The last Indonesian Presidential Elections were held on 9th of July 2014. The term of the Indonesian President is 5 years so the current President of Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo will complete this year therefore the Presidential Elections will be held on 17th of April this year. The General Election Commission of Indonesia KPU is responsible for conducting the Elections in Republic of Indonesia. The President of Republic of Indonesia is directly elected by the Indonesia electorate.

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Type of Elections Indonesia                How to Vote in Elections          Locate Your Polling Station

KPU General Election Commission Indonesia                                  Presidential Election Results Indonesia

Presidential Elections 2019:

The Indonesia Presidential Elections will be held on April 17 2019. A Candidate can contest for President Post for 2 terms therefore the current President will be participated in this election along with the opposite contestant. The Presidential Election will be direct voting system by the electorate of Indonesia and the selection process is based on the simple majority system. The Presidential Contestants will be the current President Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto. The Presidential term for this election will be in between 2019 and 2024.

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Legislative Elections 2019:

Coming to the Legislative Elections, these elections in Indonesia are held once in every five years. Legislative Elections are held for both House of Representatives (DPR) and Regional Representative Council (DPD). DPR have 560 seats from 77 Electoral Districts and DPD have 132 seats from 33 Provinces of Indonesia. The Legislative Elections in Indonesia will be held for all the 19,699 seats in National level, Provincial Level, Regency Level, Municipality Level on the Election Day i.e. on 17th April 2019. These DPR and DPD members will be elected on the Election Day with four different ballot papers.

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Major Political Parties in Republic of Indonesia:

National Political Parties in Indonesia
S.NO Political Party Name Party Name in Short Form Leader of the Political Party
1 National Awakening Party PKB Muhaimin Iskandar
2 Great Indonesia Movement Party Geirindra Prabowo Subianto
3 Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle PDI-P Megawati Sukarnoputri
4 Party of the Functional Groups Golkar Airlangga Hartarto
5 Nasdem Party Nasdem Surya Paloh
6 Indonesian Transformation Movement Party Garuda Ahmad Ridha Sabana
7 Working Party   Tommy Suharto
8 Prosperous Justice Party PKS Sohibul Iman
9 Indonesian Unity Party Perindo Hary Tanoesoedibjo
10 United Development Party PPP Muhammad Romahurmuziy
11 Indonesian Solidarity Party PSI Grace Natalie
12 National Mandate Party PAN Zulkifli Hasan
13 People’s Conscience Party Hanura Oesman Sapta Odang
14 Democratic Party Democrat Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
15 Crescent Star Party PBB Yusril Ihza Mahendra
16 Indonesian Justice and Unity Party PKPI Diaz Hendropriyono
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Local Political Parties in Indonesia
S.NO Local Political Party Name
1 Aceh Party
2 Aceh Regional Party
3 Aceh Nanggroe Party
4 Independent Voice of the Acehnese Party
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Total Voters in Republic of Indonesia:

During the 2014 Presidential Elections the total number of registered voters in Indonesia were 193,944,150. Now the total electorate in Indonesia is 196,545,636.

2014 – 193,944,150 Voters

2019 – 196,545,636 Voters

2019 Elections Schedule & Important Points:

  • Total Provinces in Indonesia – 34 Provinces
  • Total Municipalities in Indonesia – 514 Municipalities
  • Total Districts in Indonesia – 7,160 Districts
  • Total Villages in Indonesia – 83,184 Villages
  • Who conducts the 2019 Elections in Indonesia – KPU – General Election Commission Indonesia
  • Total registered Voters for 2019 Elections in Indonesia – 196,545,636 Voters
  • Polling Stations available for 2019 Elections in Indonesia – 4, 79,183 Polling Stations
  • Polling Officials participate in 2019 Elections of Indonesia – 40, 00,000 Polling Officials
  • Total Ballots for 2019 Elections in Indonesia – 700 Ballots
  • Election Day – 17th April 2019 (Third Wednesday of April 2019)
  • 2019 Presidential Election Day in Indonesia – 17th April 2019 (Third Wednesday of April 2019)
  • 2019 Legislative Election Day in Indonesia – 17th April 2019 (Third Wednesday of April 2019)
  • Voters turn out in 2014 Indonesia Elections – 75.11%.
  • Total Political Parties Participating in 2019 Elections – 16 National Parties and 4 Local Parties.
  • 2019 Indonesian Elections Result date –
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