Earlier, Home Affairs Minister Tito Karnavian confirmed that more acting regional heads will be installed in the coming months, and Jakarta will have its acting governor in October.
"Three political parties, namely the Reform Prosperous Peace Party, the Indonesian Student Party, and the People's Party, have not registered until the deadline is determined."
Several political parties submitted their applications on the first day.
The Chief of KPU Ilham Saputra emphasized stated that technological breakthroughs are most needed at the counting stage, not at the polling.
The adoption of digital technology in elections has the benefit of achieving effectiveness and efficiency in the legitimate political contestation process, both at the voter stage, voter identity verification, voting, vote counting to transmission.
And the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) leadership has yet to formally discuss postponing the 2024 general elections
Ilham explained that February 14, 2024, would fall on a Wednesday. Wednesday is the day the general election is held in Indonesia.