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Jokowi, Maruf Amin Register to KPU

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The pair of presidential and vice presidential candidate, Joko Widodo and Maruf Amin will register to the General Election Commission (KPU) today, August 10. 

The field coordinator, Nick Marahman, said Jokowi and Ma'ruf will rush to the KPU headquarters after the signing of documents required for the registration is done. “Pak Jokowi will not give a speech," he said at Gedung Joang 45, Menteng, Jakarta, Friday, August 10.

Nick said before leaving for KPU, Ma’ruf Amin would lead a prayer. 

Until 8:00 am, the Jokowi-Maruf pair, who is supported by nine political parties, had not yet seen at the location. However, the atmosphere in Gedung Joang 45 was crowded with volunteers and the road around the area was jammed.

Read: PA 212 Unmoved to Support Jokowi after Maruf Amin VP Candidacy

 

A number of national figures were seen at the Gedung Joang 45, namely Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning Sofyan Djalil, Chief of Presidential Staff Office Moeldoko, Minister of Education and Culture Muhadjir Effendy, Minister of Village, Disadvantaged Region and Transmigration Eko Putro Sandjojo, member of the Presidential Advisory Council Sidarto Danusubroto. 

AHMAD FAIZ IBNU SANI



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