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The Fate of the Right of Inquiry

Monday, April 29, 2024

The right of inquiry into election fraud in the DPR effectively failed following announcement of the Constitutional Court’s decision. Only the PKS remains consistent.

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Demonstration calling for the right of inquiry in the DPR on alleged 2024 elections fraud in front of General Election Commission office in Menteng, Central Jakarta, March 18. TEMPO/Febri Angga Palguna . tempo : 172126537880.

THE National Awakening Party (PKB) officials discussed the possibility of the Constitutional Court’s decision regarding the presidential election dispute during a meeting at the official residence of the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives (DPR), Muhaimin Iskandar, in South Jakarta, “I said that leaks of the Constitutional Court’s decision could be used as a basis for the right of inquiry into election fraud,&rdq


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Francisca Christy Rosana and Egi Adyatama contributed to this article.


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