Mudarta Says Democracy Momentum in Indonesia Must Be Maintained – 1NEWS

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Beritabali/ist/Mudarta Says Momentum of Democracy in Indonesia Must Be Maintained.

1NEWS, DENPASAR.
The chairman of the Bali Democratic Party DPD, Made Mudarta said when Indonesia entered the 3rd largest democracy in the world, the momentum must be maintained so that the trend does not decline.
Of course, he continued, it is a shared task including the Democratic Party, especially in encouraging the consolidation process. In addition, it also provides political education to the public for the state so that they are really ready whether they will become members of the DPR or sit in the executive such as the President, Minister or Governor later.

“Therefore, we move faster to respond,” he said Monday (18/4) in Sanur, Denpasar

“So the Balinese democrats in particular are ready to succeed in the simultaneous elections on February 14, 2024,” he said.

While the law regarding the presidential threshold or the provision for the threshold for presidential nominations must be 20 percent, therefore, democrats must form a coalition because it is seen that Democrats currently have more than 9 percent of seats.

Writer : Great Big Great

Editors : I Komang Robby Patria

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