Jokowi, Ma'ruf Amin Give Special Powers to 33 Advocates

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  • TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The presidential and vice-presidential candidate pair Jokowi-Ma'ruf Amin has designated special powers to 33 advocates to undergo the process of claiming disputes over the results of the general election, as related parties in the Constitutional Court.

    "We have registered the names of 33 attorneys to the Constitutional Court," said the Director of Law and Advocacy for the Jokowi-Ma'ruf pair's winning team, Ade Irfan Pulungan, here on Tuesday.

    Irfan said the 33 attorneys consisted of four elements, namely the winning team, supporting political parties, Yusril Ihza Mahendra's legal institution, and professional advocates.

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    The following are the 33 names of attorneys registered with the Constitutional Court:

    Yusril Ihza Mahendra, Ade Irfan Pulungan, Teguh Samudera, Andi Syafrani, Luhut M. Pangaribuan, Christina Aryani, Hermawi Taslim, Pasamg Haro Rajagukguk, I Wayan Sudirta, Tamda Perdamaian Nasution, Muslim Jaya Butar-Butar, Taufik Basari, Dini Shanti Purwono, Destinal Armunanto, Hafzan Taher.

    Then Muhammad Nur Aris, Tangguh Setiawan Sirait, Ade Yan-yan Hasbullah, Josep Panjaitan, Christophorus Taufik, Nurmala, Yuro Kemal, Fahri Bachmid, Gugum Ridho Putra, Iqbal Sumarlan Putra, Ignatius Andi, Ikhsan Abdullah, Diarson Lubis, Sirra Prayuna, Edison Panjaitan, Yanuar P. Wasesa, Eri Hertiawan, and Muhammad Rullyandi.

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