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Indonesia’s 3 presidential contenders vow peaceful campaigns ahead of next year election

  • Indonesia's three presidential candidates have pledged to run a peaceful campaign, avoiding ethnic, religious, and racial issues and refraining from using bribes to influence voters.
  • The upcoming election in February will determine the successor to President Joko Widodo, who is serving his final term. If no candidate receives over 50% of the votes in the first round, a runoff will be held on June 26.
  • Subianto, Pranowo, and Baswedan are the main contenders, with Subianto having ties to hard-line Islamists, Pranowo facing criticism over his comments on Israeli participation in a soccer tournament, and Baswedan known for his involvement in protests against a former governor.
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