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Behind the Verdict of the Constitutional Court

Monday, April 29, 2024

The Constitutional Court rejected lawsuits disputing the results of the 2024 presidential election. The option of disqualifying Gibran was discussed in a meeting of the judges.

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The verdict hearing of the 2024 presidential election dispute attended by eight judges, at the Constitutional Court building, Jakarta, April 22. TEMPO/Febri Angga Palguna . tempo : 172126722027.

THE dawn had broken on Monday, April 22, when the five justices of the Constitutional Court (MK) completed the paperwork on their ruling on the dispute over the results of the presidential election. Assisted by the court clerks, they worked on the final verdict for four days. Those five judges, namely Chief Justice Suhartoyo, Guntur Hamzah, Arsul Sani, Ridwan Mansyur, and Daniel Foekh Yusmic, had decided to reject the presidential election d


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Egi Adyatama, Imam Hamdi, Amelia Rahma, Daniel Ahmad Fajtri, and Shinta Maharani contributed to this article.

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