Ganjar Matches This Figure in the 2024 Presidential Election, Here’s the Reason

Illustration – Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo. Photo: Ricardo/, JAKARTA – Political observer Karyono Wibowo commented on a viral video in which the Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo and Minister of Agriculture Syahrul Yasin Limpo exchanged compliments on the commemoration of World Rabies Day which was held in East Java, some time ago.

Karyono directly linked it to the upcoming 2024 Presidential Election.

He considered Ganjar and SYL to be a suitable pair, representing figures from Java and political figures from outside Java.

“So, in my opinion, (Ganjar-SYL) is one option,” Karyono said in his statement, Tuesday (12/10).

According to Karyono, Ganjar’s electability as one of the potential candidates in the 2024 presidential election has recently continued to increase.

This is a very strong capital for him, the possibility of being carried by the PDI-P in the future.

Therefore, it is not surprising that recently many figures seem to want to be closer to Ganjar.

Among others, Chairman of the Democratic Party Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono and Chairman of the DPP Golkar Party Airlangga Hartarto.

Ganjar Pranowo is considered suitable for pairing with this figure in the 2024 Presidential Election, here’s the reason.

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