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Monday, 12 November 2018 | 21:32
Ternate Prepares Kora-kora Festival to Greet Year-end Holidays Ternate Culture and Tourism Agency head Samin Marsaoly said the
region planned to hold the Kora-kora Festival in the end of
December 2018.
Monday, 12 November 2018 | 21:02
Anies Baswedan Deploys Volunteers to Battle Hoaxes on Floods Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan deployed 1,400 verified
volunteers to monitor information and anticipate flooding in
the capital.
And Now, Round 2
Thursday, 16 February, 2017 | 13:48 WIB
And Now, Round 2

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - A big sigh of relief was felt around the capital when the Jakarta governor’s election ended with none of the anticipated disruption.  In fact, polling day was so pe aceful, with few irregularities reported, that even President Jokowi was hopeful after he cast his ballot yesterday morning.  "Let us not allow political divisions to destroy our unity,” said Jokowi. “All can be united again as brothers for the sake of unity after these elections." But the tight, nail-biting race is just beginning.  With Agus and his running mate Sylviana out of the picture, it’s now on to round 2 between Ahok the incumbent against Anies the challenger.  These two finalists will now go back to their respective camps to re-strategize in preparation for the April 19 second round. Stay tuned, folks, for another month of predicting, projecting and nail-biting.

Yuli Ismartono


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