21 April 2019


Seruan Terbuka Untuk Umat Muslimin Indonesia

السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته:
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم 
الحمد لله و الصلاة و السلا م على رسو ل الله محمد و اله و صحبه و سلا م، اما بعد:

MENGINGAT:  Kejadian di tahun 2014 lalu ketika perjuangan politik Umat mengalami kecurangan parah akibat "Quick Count" di media-media TV, lalu ia disebarkan seluas-luasnya, sehingga menimbulkan kekalahan karena OPINI MEDIA, bukan karena perhitungan di lapangan. 

Indonesian challenger says evidence of widespread cheating in election

KONFRONTASI-Indonesia’s presidential challenger Prabowo Subianto said on Thursday that cheating had occurred across the country during this week’s election, which unofficial results showed incumbent President Joko Widodo had won.

“We have declared (victory) because we got evidence of widespread cheating at the village, sub-district and district levels across Indonesia,” Prabowo told reporters, minutes after Widodo declared victory at a separate news conference.

Indonesia: How the polls are performing

KONFRONTASI-For months now, Indonesia’s pollsters have been in agreement: the status quo in both the executive and legislative branches will hardly change after Wednesday’s election. Since the beginning of intensive polling early this year, President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has held a large and substantial lead over Prabowo Subianto. In the legislative race, all but one of the incumbent parties appears set to return, with only moderate changes to their relative strength.

Indonesia election: 50,000 votes for Joko Widodo and ally found in diplomatic bags in Malaysia

KONFRONTASI-Discovery of marked ballots ahead of overseas voting on Sunday casts a shadow over next week’s general election

A complaint was lodged by a campaign team member of the opposition candidate Prabowo Subianto, says elections committee

The discovery in Malaysia of 40,000-50,000 ballot papers found stuffed inside 20 diplomatic bags and marked in favour of Indonesian President Joko Widodo and one of his electoral allies has cast a shadow across next week’s general election in Indonesia.

‘Don’t teach me democracy!’: an uneasy audience with Indonesia’s Prabowo

KONFRONTASI-Prabowo Subianto is not the type of man you want to inadvertently enrage – especially not while seated directly across from him in his private jet, flying thousands of feet above the Java Sea.

The special forces commander-turned-Indonesian presidential candidate is stretching out his legs, and drinking a coffee in a leather seat on his private plane after a huge rally in the city of Palembang in South Sumatra.

Indonesia to probe warehouse of ballots in Malaysia

KONFRONTASI -   Indonesia’s Election Commission said Thursday it is sending officials to investigate after videos circulated online of thousands of ballots for next week’s polls scattered throughout a warehouse in neighboring Malaysia.

One of the videos shows police at the warehouse in Malaysia’s Selangor state and people holding up voting papers and commenting they’d been marked in favor of Indonesian President Joko Widodo and legislative candidates for parties in his coalition.

Advokat Seluruh Indonesia Berkumpul Pastikan Kemenangan Prabowo-Sandi

KONFRONTASI -  Ribuan advokat dari berbagai organisasi profesi pengacara yang bernama Advokat Indonesia bersatu berkumpul di Balai Kartini, Jakarta Pusat,  Rabu, (11/4/2019) malam.

Mereka berkumpul untuk mendeklarasikan dukungan kepada pasangan capres dan cawapres  nomor urut 02 Prabowo Subianto dan Sandiaga Uno.

Inisiator Advokat Indonesia Bersatu, Otto Hasibuan menjelaskan bahwa deklarasi dukungan ini dihadiri oleh advokat dari berbagai organisasi pengacara di seluruh Indonesia.

Fenomena Kampanye Indonesia terjadi di Pilpres 2019

Oleh ; Syafril Sjofyan




Joko Widodo: how 'Indonesia's Obama' failed to live up to the hype

KONFRONTASI-Five years ago he was south-east Asia’s democratic poster boy, Indonesia’s Obama. His face plastered across Time magazine with three words: A New Hope.

When Joko Widodo, or “Jokowi”, was elected president of one of the only true remaining democracies in the region it was a moment of triumphant vindication – proof that outliers could trump an entrenched oligarchy, that an ordinary Indonesian could make it.

Joko Widodo: how 'Indonesia's Obama' failed to live up to the hype

THE GUARDIAN- As elections loom in one of south-east Asia’s only true democracies, some wonder whether the president has done enough.

Five years ago he was south-east Asia’s democratic poster boy, Indonesia’s Obama. His face plastered across Time magazine with three words: A New Hope.