Puan Maharani and AHY’s ‘rare’ momentum is a sign that the Democrats are ‘having an affair’ from the Coalition for Change?


BONSERNEWS.com – In the midst of the “wakuncar” process, aka the visit of a girlfriend in the 2024 presidential election, when the names of the presidential and vice presidential candidates do not appear, this could be seen as a stalemate process, even tending to stagnate.

Every presidential candidate that has been announced, both Anies Baswedan, Prabowo Subianto and Ganjar Pranowo seem to be waiting for each other and peeking at each other.

In the Coalition for Change, the Democrats are still “insisting” on putting forward the name AHY, on the other hand PKS is also “keukeuh” pushing for the name of the former governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan.

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The Democrats are like a “flying kite” considering that Nasdem always frontally rejected the name AHY because he always relied on the figure of Anies Baswedan as the candidate for the vice president.

It is said that the name of the Governor of East Java, Khofifah Indar Parawansa, is considered by Nasdem to have more prospects of winning than AHY.

Democrats as the second biggest political contributor after Nasdem in the Coalition for Change certainly deserve to be inflamed.

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The power of Democratic seats in parliament, which reached 54 seats, is far above PKS, which only holds 50 seats and is slightly different from Nasdem with 59 seats.

If the Democrats “remove” the Coalition for Change, Anies Baswedan will automatically fail to run for the 2024 presidential election because the only forces supporting Anies are Nasdem and PKS.

With a total of 109 seats for the two parties, the minimum requirement for a presidential candidate pair is in accordance with Article 222 of Law Number 7 of 2017 concerning Elections, which requires the support of 20 percent of the total seats in the DPR of 575 seats or 115 seats.

AHY certainly does not want the strategic role of the Democrats in the Change Coalition to be wasted so that he has the right to carry out political maneuvers to seek maximum political opportunities for the Democrats.

The Democrats, with this meeting between Puan Maharani and AHY, wanted to “throw” a signal to the Change Coalition about the importance of Democrats for Anies Baswedan’s candidacy.

AHY was still able to anchor his party by proposing a bargaining position to Prabowo in the Greater Indonesia Awakening Coalition, even though the “oppotunity” was relatively small considering that PKB was still “set in stone” to pair Muhaimin Iskandar as Prabowo’s “bride”.

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