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    Ridwan Kamil: Let's Respect General Election Committee Determination Results The Winner of the 2019 Presidential Election

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    BANDUNG - West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil invites all residents of West Java to respect the determination of the 2019 presidential election winner announced by the General Election Commission (KPU) at the KPU plenary meeting in the KPU building, Imam Bonjol Street, Central Jakarta, Tuesday (05/21/2019) early day.

    "Let us respect the results (vote count-Red) of presidential elections and legislative elections that have been announced by the KPU, as election organizers in accordance with legislation and mutually agreed mechanisms," he told West Java Public Relations via short message, on the last day of his visit to Japan, Tuesday (05/21/2019).

    According to Emil - his nickname - if there are parties who feel disadvantaged and things that are not pleasing, can be resolved through a legal mechanism in accordance with the legislation set by the state.

    "Let us all be mature, especially in the spirit of Ramadan, let's practice controlling ourselves and carrying out all matters and activities in accordance with the blessings of Allah SWT," he said.

    Previously KPU Commissioner Evi Novida Ginting Manik announced to the public, the stipulation of Joko Widodo (Jokowi) Pair-Ma'ruf Amin to be the winner of the 2019 Presidential Election with the number of legitimate votes of the presidential and vice presidential candidate number 01 Jokowi-Ma'ruf Amin 85,607,362 votes. The number of valid votes for the presidential and vice-presidential candidate pair number 02 Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno 68,650,239.

    The results of the presidential election were stipulated in decision number 987. The results of the national KPU recapitulation consisted of votes in 34 provinces and 130 foreign election committees (PPLN).

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