JAKARTADAILY.ID – The Indonesian General Election Commission or KPU RI announced that five political parties did not meet the administrative verification requirements.
This is the second time the KPU RI has verified five political parties that do not meet the verification requirements.
In the first administrative verification by the Indonesian KPU which was announced on October 14, 2022, the five political parties were declared not to have passed the factual verification stage.
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Now the KPU RI has again stated that the five political parties have not met the administrative verification requirements.
Despite winning the dispute at the Election Supervisory Body (Bawaslu), the General Elections Commission announced that five political parties still did not pass administrative verification through the Political Party Information System.
The five parties are the Adil Makmur People's Party (Prima), the Indonesian People's Swara Party (Parsindo), the Republican Party, the Indonesian Republican Party, and the Justice and Unity Party (PKP).
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The head of the KPU's Election Implementation Technical Division, Idham Holik, said there were a number of reasons why five political parties did not pass.
"Political parties must participate in verification. Our behavior in verifying political parties participating in the 2024 Election is that there is different treatment," said Idham Holik reported by pmjnews.com, Sunday, November 20, 2022.
Idham explained that for parliamentary political parties that exceeded the 4 percent mark in the previous election, they only needed administrative verification.
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As for non-parliamentary and new political parties, continued Idham, they must follow two stages, namely administrative verification and factual verification.
"If the administrative verification does not meet the requirements, then the political party will not proceed to the next stage, namely factual verification," said Idham.