Indonesia Highlights: Indonesia’s Ruling Party Dispels Political Dynasty Stigma | Indonesian National Police Hails Peaceful Regional Elections | Indonesia’s Bio Farma Has Not Confirmed Whether Older Adults to Receive Covid-19 Vaccine

December 10, 2020, 05.18 AM
Indonesian National Police Chief General Idham Azis at a ceremony in National Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Friday (4/12/2020) Dok. Divisi Humas PolriIndonesian National Police Chief General Idham Azis at a ceremony in National Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Friday (4/12/2020)

The Charta Politika survey agency showed that Gibran and his running mate Teguh Prakosa has won 87.23 percent of the votes in the Solo mayoral race, overwhelming their opponents Bagyo Wahyono-FX Supardjo, who has 12.77 percent of the votes.

The agency showed Bobby Nasution and his running mate Aulia Rachman take a 10 percent lead in the Medan mayoral race. The two are clearly ahead with 55.29 percent of the votes to their rivals Akhyar Nasution and Salman Alfarisi’s 44.71 percent.

Source: https://nasional.kompas.com/read/2020/12/09/23033611/gibran-dan-bobby-unggul-sementara-hasto-bukti-kedaulatan-rakyat-melihat?page=all#page2

2. Indonesian National Police Hails Peaceful Regional Elections

Indonesian National Police Chief General Idham Azis expressed his relief that the country’s regional elections proceeded peacefully and without a hitch.

“[The police] has yet to receive reports of any serious security threats, from the 270 areas throughout Indonesia where the elections are held,” he said. “I call on all parties to accept the outcome of the election so as to keep the peace.”

National Police spokesman Inspector General Argo Yuwono reiterated Idham. "I call on the winners of the election and ther supporters not to celebrate their victory on the street or any place where crowds will congregate,” he said.

“After all, the Covid-19 pandemic is still raging through Indonesia.”

Source:

https://nasional.kompas.com/read/2020/12/09/20534481/kapolri-pilkada-2020-berjalan-aman-dan-terkendali

Airport personnel unload the first shipments of the Covid-19 vaccine for Indonesia from the China-based Sinovac pharmaceutical company on Sunday (6/12/2020)ANTARA FOTO/DHEMAS REVIYANTO Airport personnel unload the first shipments of the Covid-19 vaccine for Indonesia from the China-based Sinovac pharmaceutical company on Sunday (6/12/2020)

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