Indonesia's 2019 elections: 5 things you need to know

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Indonesia’s 193 million strong electorate head to 800,000 polling stations dotted across the archipelago state on 17 April to simultaneously elect a president, the national parliament and regional legislatures. Given this impending democratic jamboree, Wood Mackenzie has teamed up with country risk consultancy Verisk Maplecroft to identify 5 things that our clients need to know about the elections.

Table of contents

  • 1. Jokowi 2.0 is the most likely winner of the presidential race
  • 2. Don’t be surprised if the results are contested (unsuccessfully)
  • 3. Horse-trading between the executive and legislature will continue
  • 4. No signs of a reversal in current statist approach to energy sector
  • 5. Mining and metals sector will suffer from continuation of existing policies
  • When will we have a result?

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  • Indonesia Government Stability Index Projections

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