Workshop on General Election Results Disputes for KPU Batch II Officially Closed
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Workshop on the 2024 election results disputes for KPU Batch II officially closed, Thursday (9/14/2023). Photo by MKRI/Bayu.


BOGOR (MKRI) — The workshop on the procedural law for the 2024 General Election Results Disputes (PHPU) for the General Election Commission (KPU) Batch II has entered its last session. Head of the Program and Implementation Department of the Pancasila and Constitution Education Center (Pusdik MK) Nanang Subekti officially closed the workshop on Thursday, September 14, 2023 at the Center in Cisarua, Bogor, West Java Province.

Nanang hoped the participants can share the knowledge they learned from the workshop with other KPU members in the regions, especially in relation to the filing of PHPU cases to the Constitutional Court.

“We hope that the participants who have become the Court’s partners can provide a better understanding of the constitutional rights of citizens to their communities, especially other members who did not participate in this activity,” he explained.

He also expressed his appreciation for the participants and apologized for any inconvenience during the event.

Ensure Election Justice

Previously, the Head of the Legal Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Bureau of KPU RI Andi Krisna said that the KPU RI has been given the mandate to prepare KPU regulations and ensure understanding of the things regulated in the KPU regulations, because those who will implement and convey these regulations to stakeholders are the provincial and regency/city KPU. Andi also said the knowledge gained from the workshop could enrich the participants.

Andi also urged the participants to take an active role in ensuring the implementation of justice in the 2024 Election. “Hopefully this PHPU workshop will provide great benefits so that we can play an active role for the success of general election justice in 2024,” he said.

Andi said that the measure of a democratic election is shown by the fulfillment of the principles of direct, public, free, confidential, honest, and fair (luberjurdil) election. These principles can be implemented if the process of disputing election results takes place in accordance with the applicable procedural law in the Constitutional Court and statutory provisions.

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Author       : Bayu Wicaksono
Editor        : Nur R.
Translator  : Tahlitha Laela/Yuniar Widiastuti (NL)

Disclaimer: The original version of the news is in Indonesian. In case of any differences between the English and the Indonesian versions, the Indonesian version will prevail.


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