Arya Budi, a faculty member at the Department of Politics and Government, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, UGM, reflected on the 2024 election, deeming it as smoothly conducted and conducive despite being marred by political incidents that cast shadows on democracy. These incidents included the contentious ruling of the Constitutional Court and the breaches […].
In politics, criticism is an inherent element of the democratic fabric.
Thousands of students exercised their voting rights at nine special polling stations (TPS Loksus) of UGM situated in five student dormitories.
Professor Ova Emilia, the Rector of UGM, oversaw the voting process at several locations of the special polling stations (TPS Loksus) at UGM on Wednesday (Feb.
As Indonesia approaches the crucial phase of the 2024 election, the prevalence of money politics is rising.
Instances of vote-buying often mar the period leading up to elections and on voting day itself.
Students from Universitas Gadjah Mada have triumphed in the idea debate competition titled Idea Clash, with the theme “Enhancing the Youth Development Index (YDI) of Indonesia,” held on Feb.
UGM has affirmed its readiness to host the general elections on campus.
Special Polling Station (TPS) officials are crucial in the electoral process.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) conducted training for students who will serve as independent election supervisors for the 2024 elections at the special polling stations (TPS) within UGM on Friday (Feb.
A group of academics from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has unveiled the Bulaksumur Petition, expressing concerns about the state of national politics and the violation of democratic principles leading up to the 2024 elections. The petition was articulated by Professor Koentjoro, alongside numerous professors, scholars, alumni, and activists from the UGM Student Executive Board (BEM […].
Through its Election Corner, the UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIPOL) hosted a thought-provoking discussion titled “FISIPOL UGM’s Political Voice for Quality Democracy” on Tuesday (Jan.
The upcoming 2024 election has sparked immense anticipation among the public, unfolding as a captivating narrative since the previous year’s end.
For first-time voters, the 2024 election is a significant milestone as they step into choosing leaders for both the executive and legislative branches. Among young voters, particularly students, there’s a strong desire for the elected leaders to prioritize affordable education and create abundant job opportunities.
Since December, the ongoing series of presidential and vice-presidential debates has ignited fervent discussions across society.
The 2024 election campaign has been in full swing since late 2023.
The official inauguration of three presidential and vice-presidential candidates took place in October 2023, setting the stage for this year’s pivotal election. As Indonesia gears up to choose its next leader for the next five years, the General Election Commission (KPU) has issued a timely reminder, urging the public to verify and manage their voter […].
The pulse of democracy beats stronger as Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) opens its doors for students to register as independent election supervisors at special Polling Stations (TPS) on UGM premises. This initiative is a proactive step to fortify the integrity of the upcoming presidential election in February.
As the 2024 elections loom, political aspirations and agendas flood the public sphere, echoing the promises of presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls.
As Indonesia gears up for the 2024 elections, a seismic shift is anticipated as young voters take center stage, constituting 52 percent of the colossal 204,807,222-strong registered voter base. With millennials and Generation Z at the forefront, these young electorates bring a unique characteristic to the political landscape—a penchant for change, often colloquially described as […].
In a spirited ceremony at the Balairung UGM courtyard, Yudian Wahyudi, the Head of the Pancasila Ideology Development Board (BPIP), bid an enthusiastic farewell to 1,172 UGM students embarking on the Community Service Program (KKN-PPM) on Friday (Dec.
The inaugural debate among the presidential candidates for the 2024 election unfolded at the KPU Office in Central Jakarta on Tuesday night (Dec.
The Digital Intelligence Course (MKKD), the collaborative course between the UGM Center for Digital Society (CfDS), the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Siberkreasi, and the Ministry of Education and Culture, has concluded with success.
Leaders of eight universities in the Special Region of Yogyakarta issued a call for peaceful and dignified elections at the Universitas Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Central Building on Friday (November 24). The call aims to encourage a peaceful, dignified, and high-quality campaign as the country approaches the campaign period starting on November 28.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is preparing special polling stations for students who cannot return to their hometowns.
The intense campaign leading up to the political year has created exciting interactions between the public, presidential and vice-presidential candidates, and the media. Unlike previous elections, campaigning in the media, both digital and conventional, is the current political style trend. This time, the Center for Digital Society (CfDS) at the UGM Faculty of Social and […].
The announcement of three presidential and vice-presidential candidate pairs contesting in the 2024 election has spurred political parties to conduct extensive campaigns. Social media, as a significant platform for public discussion, has showcased high political party activities.
The 2024 elections are just months away. Something particularly interesting about the 2024 elections is that the predominantly young voters will participate for the first time.
As the deadline for the registration of presidential and vice-presidential candidates approached, the public was surprised by the controversial decision made by the Constitutional Court (MK). The case numbered 90/PUU-XXI/2023 concerning the minimum age for presidential and vice-presidential candidates in Law Number 7 of 2017 on General Elections was upheld by the court on Monday […].
On February 14, 2024, more than 200 million voters in the country and the Indonesian diaspora worldwide will participate in the five-yearly democratic celebration. As the election date approaches, the maneuvers of political elites and the underlying scenarios have become a common topic across the nation.