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KIPP


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The Jakarta Post - RI democracy 'yet to take root'

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Indra J. Piliang of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and KIPP director Ray Rangkuti agreed with Arbi, saying that laws and regulations dealing with the election were full of flaws. Ray Rangkuti said that campaign fund infractions and the video compact disc (VCD) scandal in Banjarnegara, Central Java, had tarnished the election. Some presidential candidates were unable to explain the sources of their campaign funds, while a VCD recording caught police personnel in Banjarnegara promoting Megawati. He said that there must be fair settlements of election violations, otherwise whomever was elected president would face strong resistance from the people.


The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today

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KIPP executive director Ray Rangkuti said the actions of Puji Rahardjo, who has been charged with leaking the video, could have something to do with his reported intimidation by police officers.


Polls peaceful, but rife with flaws: Election monitors

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could not be held simultaneously," KIPP chairman Ray Rangkuti told a mediaRay alleged that thousands of voters were also denied from voting, due to aparty," Ray said, without naming the political organization.issue," Ray said.


The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today

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"But we cannot expect much from this "protection" as the country still lacks police numbers and we still do not have a law on witnesses protection," KIPP coordinator Ray Rangkuti said over the weekend. Indonesia is scheduled to hold legislative elections in April 2004, and two-phased direct presidential elections in July and September respectively. The National Elections Commission (KPU) complained earlier that no one came forward to report alleged document forgeries by individuals aspiring for seats in the Regional Representative Council (DPD). Ray said KIPP planned to establish crisis centers in every province to protect and conceal the identities of those who came forward to report such violations. According to him, for their own security people are not expected to disclose their identities when filing a report to KIPP at crisis centers. He said KIPP volunteers would then investigate the report.Should the case be brought to court they will also testify at the court along with Panwaslu. "It is part of our efforts to optimize our monitoring role of the elections," he said. Ray predicted that violations would be rampant during both legislative and presidential elections and during the ballot counting.


The Jakarta Post - EU and TI plan to monitor elections

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Separately, KIPP executive director Ray Rangkuti complained on Tuesday of the difficulty in gaining accreditation from KPU.Among the requirements for accreditation are experiences in monitoring elections and photographs of members. Rangkuti said the requirements had only discouraged new organizations from registering with KPU. "The number of poll watchdogs this year might not be as many as for the 1999 elections," he said. "If the number of monitors this year drops, public participation will also decrease," he said.


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