People point at voting information at a polling station during elections in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia April 17, 2019. Indonesians began voting in the world's biggest single-day election on Wednesday as polling stations opened across the sprawling equatorial archipelago following a six-month campaign to choose a new president and parliament. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Voters queue up to vote at a polling centre during elections in Jakarta, Indonesia April 17, 2019. The eight-hour vote across a country that stretches more than 5,000 km (3,000 miles) from its western to eastern tips is both a Herculean logistical feat and testimony to the resilience of democracy two decades after authoritarianism was defeated. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People look at voting information at a polling station during elections in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia April 17, 2019. President Joko Widodo, a furniture businessman who entered politics 14 years ago as a small-city mayor, is seeking re-election against former general Prabowo Subianto, whom he narrowly defeated in the last election, in 2014. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Voters mark their ballots at a polling centre during elections in Jakarta, Indonesia April 17, 2019. The economy dominated the hard-fought campaign, though the rise of political Islam loomed over the contest in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A girl stands next to a woman voting at a polling booth during elections in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia April 17, 2019. Most opinion polls give Widodo a double-digit lead, but the opposition says the race is much closer and Prabowo told a news conference late on Tuesday that he expected to win with 63 percent of the vote. Voting began first in the far-flung eastern province of Papua, which is two hours ahead of Jakarta, the capital. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

A voter's finger is dipped with ink after voting during elections in Jakarta, Indonesia April 17, 2019. Ballot papers were delivered with security escorts to remote regions of the country by plane, speedboat, canoe and horseback. Two speedboats have been deployed as mobile polling stations for residents on the Thousand Islands chain north of Jakarta. REUTERS/Edgar Su