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Hoax spreaders have been linking the deaths of KPPS members to poisoning.
The West Java Regional Police are investigating a hoax saying that that a polling committee (KPPS) officer in Bandung had died from poisoning.
House of Representatives (DPR) speaker Bambang Soesatyo suggested the upcoming Indonesia elections adopt the e-voting method.
The number of members of polling station working committees (KPPS) who died and fell ill during and after the Indonesia election continues to increase
Per April 24, at 15:15, the official recorded as many as 144 polling station officers died allegedly due to fatigue for overworking in 2019 elections.
Presidential chief of staff Moeldoko strongly suggests that evaluation need to be done to the 2019 Indonesia election.
KPU announced that the death toll of poll station KPPS members following the simultaneous 2019 general elections increased to 119 people.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the government will hand over the compensation for families of the KPPS members who died during the 2019 election.
VP Jusuf Kalla expressed concern on Indonesia's simultaneous election that eventually saw KPPS members die due to fatigue.
KPU chairman Arief Budiman said his side would meet Finance Ministry officials for talks on the compensation.
The KPU announces there are 54 members of polling station working committees (KPPS) who died during and after the 2019 General Elections.
12 KPPS members in West Java reportedly died of extreme fatigue after being stationed at numerous polling stations in the Indonesia election.