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Medan, Indonesia - The two candidates squaring off for Indonesia's top seat will face each other for the first time in a televised debate on Thursday as campaigning gathers pace for April's election.
President Joko Widodo, better known as Jokowi, is bidding for a second term in office against Prabowo Subianto, a controversial former general with a poor human rights record, in what is almost a rematch of the 2014 campaign.
In another incident, an ethnic Chinese woman in Medan was found guilty of the same offence for complaining about the volume of speakers at her local mosque. About 85 percent of Indonesia's population is Muslim.
Jokowi's rival, 67-year-old Prabowo Subianto, trades on his strongman image and is affiliated with the Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra).
This is a country where a huge billboard in Jakarta promoting the cigarette brand LA Lights reads, in really big letters, "Don't Quit." Even worse — if it can be worse — the "Do" and the "it" are highlighted in bolded red. And 225,000 Indonesians die every year from smoking.
The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program was established in October 2002. Participants live with a host family, attend an American high school, acquire leadership skills, and engage in activities to learn about U. society and values; they also help educate Americans about their home country and culture.
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U. The program officially launched in Indonesia in 2003 in hopes to expand communication between the people of the United States and Indonesia in order to promote mutual understanding and respect.
Jokowi has yet to give a similar speech but he is expected to press home his commitment to infrastructure improvements and the eradication of poverty, developing the themes of his 2014 campaign.
"Jokowi's policies have often sided with young people and touched the grassroots level, such as the Kartu Indonesia Sehat (Healthy Indonesia Card), Kartu Indonesia Pintar (Smart Indonesia Card), Social Assurance Scheme (BPJS), and others," The 2019 election appears to have a very different feel to the polls five years ago.
"Sandiaga [Uno] actually might be able to pull something if they really stick with economic issues.