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Money Politics in the Legislative Election

Thursday, April 4, 2024

A number of celebrities and incumbents failed to get into parliament. Money politics is believed to be rife in many regions.

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EVERY time he was reminded of the 2024 general elections, Ario Bimo Nandito Ariotedjo just shook his head. The Minister of Youth and Sports admitted that he was initially hesitant to run as a legislator in the electoral district of Jakarta I. “It’s expensive,” said Dito Ariotedjo, 33, when speaking to Tempo at his office on Tuesday, February 26.

This Golkar Party politician, with the serial number 1 on the ballot papers, a


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Hussein Abri Dongoran, Egi Adyatama and Erwan Hermawan contributed to this report.


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