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Indonesian Presidential Challenger Alleges Widespread Election Cheating

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Indonesian Presidential Challenger Alleges Widespread Election Cheating

Indonesian Presidential Challenger Alleges Widespread Election Cheating

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, Indonesia&apos;s presidential challenger Prabowo Subianto said that cheating had occurred across the country in this week&apos;s election, which incumbent President Joko Widodo claims he won citing unofficial &apos;quick counts.&apos; Prabowo told reporters, &quot;We have declared (victory) because we got evidence of widespread cheating at the village, sub-district and district levels across Indonesia.

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