Lost in "Hell" Electoral District

Reportase: Ikhsan Madjido

THE NAMES OF Prominent politicians competed in the Legislative General Elections (Pileg) 2019. A number of regions seem to be the constituency (electoral district) of hell because they bring together a number of big names to fight for seats in the Central Sulawesi Provincial Parliament.

Referred to as the 'Hell' electoral district because of the tight level of competition in the electoral district.
Just mention it in Central Sulawesi 6, some of which are Arena J Parampasi incumbents, Muh Masykur, Muharram Nurdin. There are also Rusli Dg Palabi, and Naharuddin.

Then there was the name of the former Donggala regent candidate, Abdul Rahman, former Secretary of Sigi Husen Habibu, former vice governor Rully Lamadjido, and Donggala council member Namrud Mado who tried to go up to the province.

Although the results of the legislative general election were not officially announced by the General Election Commission (KPU), but the plenary results of the Sigi and Donggala KPU showed only PDIP incumbents Muharram Nurdin who passed to the Provincial DPRD.

The rest of the sounds of the famous names cluck in the Donggala Sigi Hellenic Election. From the results of the vote plenary at the Donggala and Sigi KPU, the NasDem party received the most votes from the 6th District of Donggala Sigi.

NasDem got 39,615 votes and passed Nilam Sari Lawira. In addition to NasDem, Golkar also achieved significant votes.

The political party bearing the banyan tree won 34,560, passing Budi Luhur Larengi, who had managed to climb the class from the previous Sigi council member. Then followed, Gerindra who won 33,347 votes.

The incision made Gerindra pass candidates Abd Karim Al Jufri. PKB political party won 27,052 votes, passed legislative candidate Kaharuddin.

Meanwhile, the PDI-P party won 26,018 votes and passed candidate Muharram Nurdin.m PKS Party won 20,103 votes and passed HM Tahir Siri candidates.

A newcomer to the House of Representatives, Enos Pasaua with the votes of Perindo political parties as many as 193,416.

The eighth seat, the Democratic Party won 18,900 votes and passed the Marlelah legislative candidate. **

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