Home Uncategorized The Chairman of the General Election Commission (KPU) Husni Kamil Manik stated that the first-ever simultaneous regional elections in the first period of 2015, which will be held on December 9, will be the most extensive regional elections ever held in Indonesia. Although the regional elections are not yet entirely synchronized, the projected number in the Potential Voter Population Data (DP4) is the largest ever in Indonesia’s regional elections. He continued, the voter count recorded currently goes beyond 50% of the voter list in the 2014 Presidential Election. The number of 269 regions holding the regional elections is more than 50% of the total 514 regions in Indonesia. “This is the most extensive regional election to date. This is a landmark, but it also poses a challenge for us,” said Husni after the handover of the DP4 at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. The first period of simultaneous regional elections will be held at the end of the year for the election of 269 regional heads and their deputies, including 9 governors and deputy governors, 224 regents and deputy regents, and 36 mayors and deputy mayors. According to Law Number 8 of 2015, simultaneous regional elections are carried out in stages: the first stage on December 9, 2015, the second stage in February 2017, the third stage in June 2018, the fourth stage in 2020, the fifth stage in 2022, and the sixth stage in 2023. “If all these stages proceed smoothly and according to plan, the nationwide simultaneous regional elections can only be held in 2027,” said Husni. >> Data Updating System Chairman of the KPU Husni Kamil Malik said that the synchronized regional elections will be held on December 9, 2015. Husni acknowledged that updating the voter data in 2015 is easier. He stated that compared to the 2014 Presidential Election, the current data updating process is more straightforward. In the previous election, data was obtained not only from the Ministry of Home Affairs but also from local governments. “For this year’s data, the source is only one. Previously, there were two sources: the KPU and local governments. The update process is more straightforward; there is no need to collect data again. Now, synchronization is unnecessary,” said Husni after the handover of the Potential Voter Population Data (DP4) at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. He explained that this way, the local KPU no longer needs to debate in the field about the voter list data they brought to be cross-checked down to the neighborhood level (RT). “Our officers only need to bring the data. This makes it easier for election organizers and guarantees better data quality,” added Husni. Meanwhile, in the handover, the KPU received a total DP4 of 102.068 million. Subsequently, the KPU will provide the data in soft copy format to the local KPU levels. The local KPU will then hand over the data to the voting committee to be verified in the field, corrected, and forwarded to each district or city. The district or city will then issue a provisional voter list to be distributed to the public for review before the final voter list is published. The Ministry of Home Affairs handed over the DP4 to the KPU on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. This data is a list of potential voters who have the right to vote in the simultaneous regional elections held at the end of 2015. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Home Affairs Yuswandi A Tumenggung stated that the DP4 data will be used by the KPU as the basis for compiling the voter list for the first period of the 2015 simultaneous regional elections. In previous regional elections, the mechanism for handing over the DP4 before the regional elections was not first handed over through the governor and/or regent/mayor but directly handed over to the KPU chairman. “Later, the KPU chairman will continue the handover of the DP4 to the provincial and district/city KPU, and it will continue to roll to the Voting Committee (PPS),” said Yuswandi when handing over the DP4 data to KPU Chairman Husni Kamil Malik at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta. The PPS, in this case, plays a role in updating the data together with the Voter Data Updating Officers (PPDP) to match the data in the field. The results of the update will be further processed from the Provisional Voter List (DPS) to the Final Voter List (DPT). Yuswandi stated that the number of potential voters registered in the DP4 reached 102.068 million people. This number is the total number of potential voters who will participate in the election of 269 regional heads/deputy regional heads this time. >> Avoid Duplicate Data

The Chairman of the General Election Commission (KPU) Husni Kamil Manik stated that the first-ever simultaneous regional elections in the first period of 2015, which will be held on December 9, will be the most extensive regional elections ever held in Indonesia. Although the regional elections are not yet entirely synchronized, the projected number in the Potential Voter Population Data (DP4) is the largest ever in Indonesia’s regional elections. He continued, the voter count recorded currently goes beyond 50% of the voter list in the 2014 Presidential Election. The number of 269 regions holding the regional elections is more than 50% of the total 514 regions in Indonesia. “This is the most extensive regional election to date. This is a landmark, but it also poses a challenge for us,” said Husni after the handover of the DP4 at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. The first period of simultaneous regional elections will be held at the end of the year for the election of 269 regional heads and their deputies, including 9 governors and deputy governors, 224 regents and deputy regents, and 36 mayors and deputy mayors. According to Law Number 8 of 2015, simultaneous regional elections are carried out in stages: the first stage on December 9, 2015, the second stage in February 2017, the third stage in June 2018, the fourth stage in 2020, the fifth stage in 2022, and the sixth stage in 2023. “If all these stages proceed smoothly and according to plan, the nationwide simultaneous regional elections can only be held in 2027,” said Husni. >> Data Updating System Chairman of the KPU Husni Kamil Malik said that the synchronized regional elections will be held on December 9, 2015. Husni acknowledged that updating the voter data in 2015 is easier. He stated that compared to the 2014 Presidential Election, the current data updating process is more straightforward. In the previous election, data was obtained not only from the Ministry of Home Affairs but also from local governments. “For this year’s data, the source is only one. Previously, there were two sources: the KPU and local governments. The update process is more straightforward; there is no need to collect data again. Now, synchronization is unnecessary,” said Husni after the handover of the Potential Voter Population Data (DP4) at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. He explained that this way, the local KPU no longer needs to debate in the field about the voter list data they brought to be cross-checked down to the neighborhood level (RT). “Our officers only need to bring the data. This makes it easier for election organizers and guarantees better data quality,” added Husni. Meanwhile, in the handover, the KPU received a total DP4 of 102.068 million. Subsequently, the KPU will provide the data in soft copy format to the local KPU levels. The local KPU will then hand over the data to the voting committee to be verified in the field, corrected, and forwarded to each district or city. The district or city will then issue a provisional voter list to be distributed to the public for review before the final voter list is published. The Ministry of Home Affairs handed over the DP4 to the KPU on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. This data is a list of potential voters who have the right to vote in the simultaneous regional elections held at the end of 2015. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Home Affairs Yuswandi A Tumenggung stated that the DP4 data will be used by the KPU as the basis for compiling the voter list for the first period of the 2015 simultaneous regional elections. In previous regional elections, the mechanism for handing over the DP4 before the regional elections was not first handed over through the governor and/or regent/mayor but directly handed over to the KPU chairman. “Later, the KPU chairman will continue the handover of the DP4 to the provincial and district/city KPU, and it will continue to roll to the Voting Committee (PPS),” said Yuswandi when handing over the DP4 data to KPU Chairman Husni Kamil Malik at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta. The PPS, in this case, plays a role in updating the data together with the Voter Data Updating Officers (PPDP) to match the data in the field. The results of the update will be further processed from the Provisional Voter List (DPS) to the Final Voter List (DPT). Yuswandi stated that the number of potential voters registered in the DP4 reached 102.068 million people. This number is the total number of potential voters who will participate in the election of 269 regional heads/deputy regional heads this time. >> Avoid Duplicate Data

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Maximum Effort When asked how optimistic he is about running in the 2024 Pilkada, Dico Ganinduto couldn’t provide a definite answer. He states he can only try his hardest and If you have any concerns pertaining to where and exactly how to make use of fungsi pantarlih pilkada 2024, you could contact us at our webpage. let Allah decide the results. “I believe, as humans, we must strive and make maximum efforts. As much as possible, try with good intentions. We leave the results to Allah,” explained Dico Ganinduto.

I Am Ready Dico Ganinduto wants to contribute positively to the country by competing in the Pilkada. He is sincere and resigned if fate leads another way. “So, whatever the result, I am ready. I am sincere, as long as I make maximum efforts. My intention is to make a positive contribution to the country,” he admitted.

Not Ready to Talk For now, Dico Ganinduto is not prepared to talk about the possibility of other candidates accompanying him in the 2024 Pilkada. “Yes, we are not ready to say anything yet,” said Dico Ganinduto.

– KPPS chairman’s honorarium: Rp 1.2 million

– KPPS member’s honorarium: Rp 1.1 million

– Community protection unit (satlinmas) honorarium: Rp 700 thousand

– Compensation for moderate injury: Rp 8.25 million per person

– Compensation for severe injury: Rp 16.5 million per person

– Compensation for permanent disability: Rp 30.8 million per person

– Compensation for death: Rp 36 million per person

– Funeral assistance: Rp 10 million per person

– Overseas KPPS chairman’s honorarium: Rp 6.5 million

– Overseas KPPS secretary’s honorarium: Rp 6 million

– Overseas satlinmas honorarium: Rp 4.5 million

Head of the Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute and also Chairman of the Semarang DPC PDI Perjuangan, Hendrar Prihadi, said that there has been no communication with his party leaders regarding the possibility of his candidacy in the 2024 Central Java Pilkada .

In preparation for the 2024 Election, the General Election Commission (KPU) estimates the need for 5,742,127 KPPS members, who will be spread across 820,161 polling stations (TPS) throughout Indonesia. Additionally, 12,765 Indonesian citizens abroad will also be recruited as KPPS members in 128 countries.

Moreover, public reaction has been quite significant in response to the speculation that Ahmad and Ganinduto will team up in the upcoming contest. As a partner, Chacha Frederica acknowledges she will always support Ganinduto’s choice to stand in the Central Java election, including her husband’s effort to invite Raffi Ahmad to enter the political contest. “As long as my husband is with Raffi, I pray for the best,” said Chacha Frederica regarding the Pilkada to the media in the Tendean area, Southern Jakarta, May 28, 2024. “During the photoshoot, Gigi was also there. So, Gigi and I as wives support our husbands as long as it is positive, good, and beneficial for many people. Yes, we stand by them,” Chacha Frederica added.

According to Irman, the DP4 data provided to the KPU is integrated with the voter identification system using fingerprints and iris scans. Thus, voter identities can be more assured, without duplicate identities. “The updated results will be further processed into the Provisional Voter List (DPS), which will eventually become the Final Voter List (DPT),” he said. He mentioned that the mechanism makes it easier if voter data is updated at any time. The DP4 data provided to the KPU is confirmed to be ready to be used as voter data for the simultaneous regional elections in December 2015. “Population data is dynamic; some pass away, some move, some retire from the military/police,” concluded Irman. (Ans)

“Whether through the civil service, retired military and police, socio-cultural groups, professional groups such as doctors, cultural figures, engineers, agricultural experts, and all other professionals can join PDIP,” said Hasto.

Political communication expert from Esa Unggul University, M. Jamiluddin Ritonga, assesses that PKS’s decision to propose its cadre in the 2024 Jakarta Pilkada is a rational move. Not only because of its status as the winner of the 2024 legislative elections in Jakarta, but also due to the party’s solid machinery. However, according to Jamil, the decision to propose Sohibul Iman as a gubernatorial candidate is another matter. The former PKS President is considered not popular among Jakarta residents. “PKS proposing Sohibul Iman seems to be aimed at increasing their bargaining position. As the winner of the 2024 legislative elections in Jakarta, PKS wants its cadre to be included in the Jakarta gubernatorial or deputy gubernatorial race. Therefore, PKS seems to have nominated Sohibul Iman early on. The goal is to ensure that PKS at least gets the deputy gubernatorial position,” said Jamil to Liputan6.com on Monday, June 24, 2024.

Within the framework of the General Election, the Polling Station Working Committee (KPPS) plays a crucial role. They are at the forefront in ensuring that the voting process runs smoothly and according to the applicable regulations.

Director General of Population and Civil Registration (Dukcapil) Irman stated that in updating voter data for the simultaneous regional elections starting at the end of 2015, a one-door system is used. This ensures that there are no duplicate voter data. “The guarantee is that we manage the population database with an online system. Therefore, duplicate data, God willing, will no longer exist,” said Irman after the handover of the Potential Voter Population Data (DP4) at the Ministry of Home Affairs building in Jakarta, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.