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Anies Baswedan voted in Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta. The former education and culture minister and his family arrived at the polling station at 11:00 a.m., three hours later than scheduled. They were welcomed by dozens of volunteers and residents, who recited prayers as well as salawat (religious chants) for him. “Whatever the result is, we leave it to God. We are ready to win and to lose,” Anies said.
(The Jakarta Post / Indra Budiari)