Voting was completed in the presidential and legislative elections of Indonesia, with millions of people casting votes without meeting widely.
Preliminary results based on "quick counts" – it is expected that votes will be publicly alerted by polling stations
The presidential race Joko "Jokowi" devotes Widodo and his current spouse, Chairman of the Indonesian Council Ulama, Amin ruf, against general and long-stay competitors Prabowo Subianto and multi-millionaire businessman Sandiaga Uno. 19659004] People in two districts of Jayapura, the provincial capital of Papua volatile in eastern Indonesia, were unable to vote after ballots and ballot boxes were not delivered.
Yosina, a resident in the Abepura area, said: "We are very disappointed We want to vote but the ballot box was not there."
Police officers pushed her from the polling station after her uted, " This is a big question for us, do not be with us, we are not smart, do not play with us.
Theodorus Kosay, chairman of the provincial electoral commission, said the problems arose due to delays in replacing damaged ballots and lack of volunteers. The election in both areas concerned was postponed until Thursday.
Widodo and Amin are trying to promote themselves progressively but religiously, with a campaign slogan "Advancing Indonesia".
"I am a nationalist," Widodo said about his candidature in August 2018. "It's a terrible religious figure. We complement each other well."
Prabowo, who was charged with human rights abuse, went against Widodo in 2014, although Uno was a businessman who spent several months as deputy governor of Jakarta, after the huge rallies against Basuki Tjahaja Purnama ] (also known as Ahok) was charged – and later convicted – of blasphemy.
Earlier ballot papers were delivered with security escorts to remote regions of the country by airplane, speedboat, warrior and horses.
Deployment of two speed boats as mobile polling stations for residents of Thousand Island north of Jakarta.
"Although there are ome sympathetic people, I think it is important to vote for the future of Indonesia. Vote to your conscience," said Hadi Wiguna, who was queuing to vote at a polling station in the middle of Jakarta.
East Java tornado destroyed late Tuesday two village polling stations and a power cut on two others, obliging the authorities to move the vote to safer areas, Antara's domestic news agency reported.
Wayne Hay, al Jazeera, who reported from Jakarta, said that the number of people who voted in general was likely to be more than the traditional 70%.
"The vote could be more this time due to two different elections taking place as well as the segmented nature of voting and the long election campaign in which many disagreements arose on issues like the t economy and religion. "
The latest opinion polls in the run-up to the election were the pair of Widodo-Amin in charge of as much as 20 points, with a significant percentage of insecure voters.
Most political experts predicted a closer result, however. t The 2014 pre-election polls were similar, but Widodo eventually managed to achieve four points.
Wednesday elections for parliamentarians will also happen. Legislative elections are usually held months before the presidential elections but the transfer means that voters will have a strict list of options.
More than 10,000 people have elected their work in polling stations in real time.
However, the opposition has voters list irregularities that may already affect millions of allegations and has taken legal action or "power of people" if its concerns are ignored.
"We are very worried, we hope and pray that today's election will be fair and peaceful, it will be peaceful if it is fair. Hopefully, the Indonesian people will be heard today," said Prabowo after his vote.
Last week, some online videos appeared that they showed thousands of ballot papers that had been filled in bags at a nearby warehouse in Malaysia, and it seems that many of them have already been marked .
The country's election oversight recommended the revival board for the Indians in Malaysia and Australia, where hundreds of voters were still standing in the wake of the vote then on Saturday
The election commission will make a decision.
Additional reporting by Kate Walton in Jakarta