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President Jokowi Set to Register for 2019 Election on Friday  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung announced that there is a possibility that the incumbent candidate President Joko `Jokowi` Widodo will register himself at the General Elections Commission (KPU) on the last day of registration on Friday, August 10. 

“At what time? Only the president knows,” said Pramono at the Presidential Palace Complex in Jakarta today, August 7.

Prior to registering, according to Pramono, Jokowi plans to gather party coalition chairman and secretary generals either on Wednesday or Thursday night.

Read: PPP: Jokowi to Register as Presidential Candidate on August 10 

Regarding Jokowi’s running-mate, Pramono refused to reveal the identity since it will be publically announced on Thursday. “Because Party Chairman and secretary generals of the coalition must sign who they would endorse,” he said.

Previously, president Jokowi said that he possessed the name of his future running-mate for the 2019 presidential election during his visit to the Asian Games’ water sports venue infrastructure in Ancol yesterday. The president stated his preparedness to register but kept the identity of his vice presidential candidate a secret.  


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