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Jokowi-Ma`ruf Campaign Team to Hold Entrepreneur Gathering

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Sakti Wahyu Trenggono, the treasurer of National Campaign Team of Indonesian Working Coalition (TKN KIK), said the coalition would hold gathering with entrepreneurs to raise campaign funds for Jokowi-Ma`ruf pair in the 2019 Presidential Election.

“So in the gathering, we will sell the vision and mission as well as the work achievement of Pak Jokowi during his four-year administration,” Trenggono told Tempo in Menteng, Central Jakarta, Wednesday, September 12.

The donation from the entrepreneurs would be collected in the gathering, Sakti explained. “And for sure, we will abide the regulation on the amount of donation set by KPU (General Election Commission),” he added.

According to Sakti, the program would be quite effective. He did not worry if the entrepreneur asks for a project or others as the compensation when Jokowi-Ma’ruf win the election. “It will not be like that, because we deliver it transparently and publicly,” he said.

In the KPU regulation, the maximum of campaign funds for the presidential election from companies or non-governmental firms set at Rp25 billion, while from a personal source was limited at Rp2.5 billion at most. 


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