TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - IT is not a smooth sailing for Anies Baswedan to become a presidential candidate for 2024. So far, only NasDem supports him. It needs other parties to meet the requirement to put forward a presidential candidate. The Democrat Party and the Justice and Prosperity Party (PKS), which are said to be in Anies’ camp, have not declared him as their presidential candidate. The government coalition party tries to lobby the PKS to not support Anies. As support for presidential candidates is still fluid, it is possible that Anies Baswedan finally fails get a ticket to 2024.
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