Suara.com – The Archipelago Awakening Party (PKN) is currently still considering moving to support one of the presidential candidates (capres) who will run in the 2024 presidential election.
This statement was conveyed by the General Chairperson (Ketum) of the PKN DPP, Anas Urbaningrum, who until now has not been able to confirm the direction of political support.
“When asked about who we will support in the presidential election, the answer is that we are still considering it,” he said as quoted by Antara.
He revealed that as a new political party, PKN does not yet have seats in parliament and cannot provide official support for the presidential and vice presidential candidates in the 2024 presidential election.
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“We are still in the position of a supporting party. For this reason, we will pay close attention first. There is the right time to determine our direction in the future,” he said.
Anas also said that his party could not immediately take a stand, especially in a hurry.
Because according to him, care and consideration is needed before deciding to support the right figure to lead Indonesia for the next five years.
“Talking about the presidential election, talking about Indonesia in the next five years, which one is most appropriate for Indonesia,” he added.
However, he hopes that the political drama leading up to the 2024 presidential election will not be too dominant so that it can provide sufficient space for the voting public to determine quality leadership candidates.
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“So that people also have space to analyze what will be done for Indonesia in the future. It’s not just about the drama of presidential candidates or presidential candidate pairs,” said Anas.
To date, there are three presidential candidates who will compete in the 2024 presidential election. However, the General Election Commission (KPU) has not yet opened registration for participants in the 2024 presidential election. (Between)