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KPU Says 21 Political Parties Already Have Sipol Accounts

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Member of the General Elections Commission (KPU) Idham Holik said that his party had recorded that as many as 21 political parties had Political Party Information System (Sipol) accounts as of June 26, 2022.

“The number of political parties that already have a Sipol account is 21 political parties,” said Idham, Sunday, June 26, 2022.

Idham revealed that the number had increased by 5 political parties after previously, on Saturday night, June 25, the number of political parties with Sipol accounts was 16 political parties.

“So, until this afternoon, there were an additional 5 political parties that submitted applications for opening an account or accessing Sipol for the purpose of registering political parties as candidates for the 2024 General Election,” he said.

Furthermore, Idham also outlined the details of the 21 political parties that already have accounts or have access to Sipol. He said that there were 6 political parties from the 2019 Election contestants that had exceeded the parliamentary threshold (PT), 5 political parties participating in the 2019 Legislative Election that did not exceed PT, and 10 political parties that had not yet become participants in the 2019 Legislative Election.

“Thus, there are 21 political parties that have accounts or access to Sipol,” he said.

The parties that already have an account or access to Sipol are the Golkar Party, the Bhinneka Indonesia Party, the Hanura Party, the Crescent Star Party or PBB, the Indonesian People’s Swara Party, the People’s Party for Adil Makmur, and the Indonesian Unity Party.

Then the Democratic Party, the NasDem Party, the PDI-P, the Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI), the Justice and Unity Party, the Ummat Party, the Indonesian People’s Wave Party (Gelora), the Nusantara Awakening Party, and the Pandu Bangsa Party.

Furthermore, the other five parties are the United Development Party (PPP), my Republican Party, the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), the Village Awakening Movement Party, and the Indonesian Change Guard Party which is preparing to face the 2024 General Election.

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