SYDNEY TIME OUT CASE

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By : Anja Natula

STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT-Thousands voters in Sydney Australia had been stranded in front of voting locations but they did not give their votes because time out. Because of that, they will make political demand to re-vote again.

Previously, in Selangor, Malaysia had been happened when vote letters had punctured for Jokowi’s political benefit and one of Nasdem’s legislative member candidate. Lastly on social media have been spreading an information that Selangor’s perpertrator is Prabowo’s symphatizers. Both KPU and Bawaslu are not give clear information regarding their investigation on those sensitive issue.

On social media have been spreading about abroad voting process results. In Saudi Arabia, we could saw a video which had been shown about thousands of Indonesian people who lived in Saudi Arabia had been held mass show of forces to show their millitant spirit to support Prabowo as the next President. They were chanted “Unity is number first but the President is number two”.

Domestically, in Aceh and Ponorogo, East Java today, people were arrasted money politic perpetrator. And it should has anticapated because its could be happened in other provinces and regencies.

Lesson learnt from Sydney Time Out Case is the voters must go to vote location soon early as possible, because if they lazy to come to vote location, there is any possibility if does not choose chance.

Lastly, all of general election stake holders including government apparatus both civilian, police and military must neutral and profession. Similiar with this, politician, president/vice president camps and legislative candidates must be honest, wisdom and calm including they must be gentlement and does not playing cheat strategy, violence, intimidation etc to reach political benefit because its can trigger social riots indeed social riots seeds have been created through heavily polarization prior to general election.

The writer is political analyst.


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