Exit polls in Indonesia’s elections are pointing towards a significant victory for the country’s current President Joko Widodo, aka Jokowi. He’s predicted to win roughly 55 percent of the vote against rival candidate and former general Prabowo Subianto. The result could be pivotal for the country’s future — as well as its reputation as a tolerant Muslim country. The contest brought the country’s huge voting public out in force.
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