Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Central Jakarta District Court Has No Authority to Postpone Elections
The Central Jakarta District Court has no authority to order the KPU to stop the election process or to ask the KPU to restart the 2024 election process.
Ahead of the 2024 election, the Central Jakarta District Court on Wednesday (1/3/2023) accepted a civil lawsuit from the Just and Prosperous People’s (Prima) Party.
Socialization Without Rules Prone to Conflict
Nine months before the 2024 election campaign stage, a number of political parties and potential figures for presidential candidates and prospective legislative members socialize intensively with the public.
One Year Left for General Elections
From this day, it is only one year until the holding of “five-box” general election. Political parties participating in the general election scheduled for 14 Feb. 2024 have started readying their candidates.
2024 Political Party Contestation Toughens
The KPU has named 17 national political parties and six local parties from Aceh that will be running for the 2024 elections. A number of political parties stated they would work harder due to the tight competition.
Public Opinion over 2024 Presidential Candidacy
The dynamics of national politics as we head toward the 2024 General Election is escalating along with the heightening actions and reactions among the political contestants that will step into the battlefield.
PDI-P, Gerindra and Democrats still on Top
The Kompas R&D survey shows that PDI-P, Gerindra and the Democrats are still in the top three in terms of electability. The number of respondents who have not yet made a choice are also diminishing.
The latest survey conducted by Kompas Research and Development indicated a decline in the level of satisfaction and trust of the public in the administration of President Joko Widodo and Vice President Ma'ruf Amin.
Managing the Political Tension
Political tension ahead of the 14 Feb., 2024, General Election has begun to heat up. Political parties have begun to declare presidential candidates.
Electoral Alliance for Whom?
The basic question that political parties must answered is, who are they actually forming an alliance for? To fulfill the ambitions of their general chairman and party elites, for financial backers, or for the people?