Along with the end of the implementation of the largest party of democracy in Indonesia, namely the election that determined the President, Vice President and Members of the Legislature, Indonesia automatically became the center of attention of the world for the success of the implementation. One of the highlights of post-election Indonesia is an international online media Gzeromedia.com.
GZERO Media is a company dedicated to providing the public with intelligent and engaging coverage of global affairs. It was created in 2017 as a subsidiary of Eurasia Group, the world’s leading political risk analysis firm. From the report written by Gzeromedia, Jokowi won 71% of the vote over the fame of Russian President Vladimir Putin and President of the United States (US) Donald Trump.
“Five years as president, Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo’s acceptance rating is at 71%. This makes him one of the most popular elected leaders in the world,” the GZero Media report said on Wednesday (24/4). According to GZero Media, Jokowi’s achievements were very impressive. The reason, he was only five years in office and is now at the end of his term.
“This is how Jokowi, as he is known, faces other leaders who have been in power for several years,” they added. In second place, there is Russian President Vladimir Putin with 64%. Following behind him, there was Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with 63%. Meanwhile, fourth place was German Counselor Angela Merkel with 53%. While the most controversial world leader at the moment, Donald Trump is ranked fifth with 42%.
Sixth position was filled by Argentine President Mauricio Macri. Meanwhile, two other European leaders, namely French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May each finished seventh and eighth with the acquisition of 27% and 22%. At present, Jokowi is indeed at the end of his term. He again ran for president of the Republic of Indonesia in the April 17 elections.
Until now, Jokowi, who was paired with Ma’ruf Amin, was awaiting the results of the real count of the Indonesian General Election Commission (KPU). Jokowi hopes to be able to lead Indonesia again and complete his unfinished work. At present the votes that enter the KPU for real count vote counting reach 28.4%. From these results, Jokowi excelled with a vote of 55.6%.
While his political opponents, presidential candidate 02, Prabowo Subianto scored around 45 percent. When looking at the results of the KPU’s real count, until Wednesday (4/24/2019) at 7:00 a.m. WIB, Jokowi was also recorded as a temporary superior from Prabowo. This calculation is based on the votes just entered for the 2019 real presidential election count of 26.95288 percent. The acquisition was based on a real count of 219,257 polling stations out of a total of 813,350 polling stations.