Saturday, 10 June 2023 – 21:47 WIB
The general chairman of the Indonesian Gelora Party, Anis Matta (right), his deputy, Fahri Hamzah, participates in the Drawing and Determination of Serial Numbers for Political Parties participating in the 2024 Election at the Indonesian KPU Office, Central Jakarta, Wednesday, December 14, 2022. The Indonesian Gelora Party received serial number seven. Photo: Ricardo/JPNN.com
jpnn.com – The Indonesian People’s Wave Party (Gelora) hopes that the 2024 Legislative Election (Pileg) will continue to use an open proportional system in determining elected candidates.
However, the Gelora Party remains ready if it turns out that the Constitutional Court (MK) decides that the upcoming elections will use a closed proportional system.
According to General Chair of the Gelora Party Anis Matta, his political parties continue to support an open proportional system. However, the deputy chairman of the 2009-2014 DPR emphasized that Gelora still had to prepare another scenario.
“As a party, we prepare both, meaning that it is either open or closed proportional,” Anis Matta said in a statement to the media, Saturday (10/6).
Therefore, Anis did not pay too much attention to the statement by former Deputy Minister of Justice and Human Rights Denny Indrayana regarding the leak of information about the Constitutional Court’s intention to return elections to a closed system.
“The leak from Denny Indrayana is not a decision. We don’t know what it is because we don’t have the reach to know about the decision,” he said.
Anis further presented her analysis. If the 2024 Pileg continues to use an open proportional system, he said, the level of individual participation in the democratic party is very high.
Conversely, if the election is returned to a closed system, party sovereignty will be greater. This will have a significant impact on individual participation in pemulu.
The general chairman of the Gelora Party, Anis Matta, did not pay too much attention to Denny Indrayana’s claims about leaked information about the Constitutional Court’s intention to return elections to a closed system.
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