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May 12, 2013

Gubernatorial Election, 15 May 2013 , public holiday

The Bali Gubernatorial Election ,Wednesday, 15 May 2013
From 7 am until  1 pm WITA

May 26, 2013 
On May 26 , 2013 Bali General elections Commission has officially  stipulated the provincial Governor's recapitulated poll  ballot outcome and thereby declared  I Made Mangku Pastika and Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta would be the Governor Elect  and Vice Governor Elect  of Bali for the 2013 - 2018 office term  

On June 20, 2013  the Indonesian Constitution Court has stipulated that the Governor candidate pair  I Made Mangku Pastika and
Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta  have won the Bali Gubernatorial election  2013 suit against the  Governor candidate pair Anak Agung Ngurah Puspayoga-Dewa Nyoman Sukrawan (PAS).  supported by political party PDI P and thereby  I Made Mangku Pastika and Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta were declared Governor Elect and Vice Governor Elect of Bali respectively for the next 5 year Office term ,  2013 - 2018

We would like to convey our heartfelt best wishes to I Made Mangku Pastika and
Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta  as the Governor Elect and Vice Governor Elect of Bali respectively for the next 5 year Office term ,  2013 - 2018 

I Made Mangku Pastika and Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta 
Bali Governor and Vice Governor Elect 
Bali Election Outcome 2013
Tight security will be in place for the Bali governor’s inauguration, with thousands of police personnel to be deployed on Aug. 29, the Bali Police chief said.

“We are ready to secure the inauguration. We will deploy the maximum forces we have to ensure that the inauguration runs smoothly,” Bali Police chief Insp. Gen. Arif Wachyunadi said at a meeting with the Bali Legislative Council in Denpasar on Tuesday.

The inauguration of the reelected governor, Made Mangku Pastika, and his running mate I Ketut Sudikerta is scheduled to take place at the Bali Legislative Council office in Renon, Denpasar, at 9 a.m. on Aug. 29. As many as 600 invitees and 100 reporters will attend the inauguration.

A rehearsal for the security forces will be conducted on Aug. 28 to ensure complete readiness. The military will back up the police security team.

“We are hoping all Bali’s residents will play an active role in securing their areas,” Wachyunadi said.

Head of the Bali Police’s operational department, Sr. Comr. I Gede Alit Widana, stressed that many training sessions and meetings to strengthen the security system designed for the inauguration had taken place. “We will implement tight security to prevent any attempt to disrupt the inauguration,” Widana said.

He said that access to the council’s office and the neighboring governor’s office would be completely restricted. “Only those invited to the inauguration and civil servants working in those offices would be allowed entry.”

Police personnel will also be deployed to secure the Renon area to anticipate any potential rallies. “We really hope that there will be no mass mobilization during the inauguration,” he stated.

Rumors have sparked that security disturbances could occur during the inauguration given the fact that emotions between Pastika’s supporters and his contender’s ran high during the campaign and post-election period in May.

The Bali General Election Commission (KPUD Bali) declared Pastika and his running mate, Sudikerta, currently Badung deputy regent, as winners of the gubernatorial election with a tiny majority of 996 votes over their opponents, Anak Agung Ngurah Puspayoga and his running mate Dewa Nyoman Sukrawan.

The PDI-P, who endorsed the opponents, filed a lawsuit against the KPUD’s decision with the Constitutional Court, accusing Pastika’s team of structural violations during the election. The lawsuit was rejected by the Constitutional Court.

Ni Made Sumiati, a PDI-P politician who is also a member of Bali Legislative Council, gave her assurances that the PDI-P would not mobilize masses during the inauguration. “We have already accepted the Constitutional Court decision. We respect the decision. So, I assure you that there will not be any protest,” she said.

The inauguration should have taken place on Aug. 28 to coincide with the tenure of the recent governor and deputy governor. However, it has been delayed until Aug. 29, to allow the home minister to preside over the event.

Therefore, the secretary of the provincial administration has been appointed as Bali’s acting governor for the intervening period of around nine hours.

The chairman of Bali Legislative Council’s Commission I, who is also a PDI-P politician, Made Arjaya, stated that the delay was not an attempt to thwart the inauguration. “The delay was forced due to a technical problem. The rumors are not true about the attempt to thwart the inauguration. The PDI-P has accepted the result,” he said.

Source Bali Daily

The recapitulated Poll Ballot Outcome was based on the Plenary meeting  of General Election Commission from  Regencies/Municipality throughout Bali, on Thursday  23/05/2013 and provincial poll ballot recapitulation on May 26th. 2013  as follows :
Pasti-Kerta has won by 996 votes
1.        Badung Regency  PAS  114,698  (   46,50%  ) Pastikerta   131,978  (53,50%).
2.       Bangli  Regency   79,815  ( 55,18%) Pastikerta  64,838 (44,82%).
3.     Buleleng  Regency  PAS 127,764  ( 36,66%  ), Pastikerta 220,702  (63,34%).
4.       Denpasar Municipality   PAS 183,700  (63,76%), Pastikerta  104,429 (36,24%).
5.       Gianyar Regency PAS   154,504  (54,86% ), Pastikerta127,140 (45,14%).
6.        Jembrana Regency  93,550 (60,21%),  Pastikerta  61,816 (39,79% ).
7.        Karangasem Regency  PAS  99,276  (38,43%), Pastikerta  159,050  (61,57%)
8.       Klungkung Regency PAS  38,985  (  35,61%), Pastikerta  70,490 (64,39%).
9.      Tabanan Regency  PAS  170,446 ( 58,03%), Pastikerta  123,291 (41,97%). [137]

 Bali General elections Commission has officially  stipulated the provincial Governor's recapitulated poll Ballot  outcome on May 26th. 2013 and thereby declared I Made Mangku Pastika and Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta would be the Governor Elect  and Vice Governor Elect  of Bali respectively for the 2013 - 2018 office term 
However , the Bali Poll outcome 2013 is still not yet  final, for it is contestable as regulated in 
Regulation no 16 year 2010 , General Elections Commission  

The commission’s final ballot recapitulation showed that the two Candidate pairs, Pasti-kerta and Puspayoga- Sukrawan  managed to gain  1,063,734 valid ballots (50.02 percent), and 1,062,738  (49.98 percent )respectively or only 996 votes more than the total ballots received by Puspayoga-Sukrawan.
KPUD Bali head Ketut Lanang Sukawati said that despite the challenge by the PDI-P, the new governor will be inaugurated in August as scheduled.
“We have made our decision in regard to the election and we will stand by that decision. We are convinced that the whole process of the election has been duly conducted in a fair, accountable and transparent manner, and, most importantly, in compliance with all the relevant laws and regulations.”
“Go ahead [and sue us], but we are not worried. We believe that we will win in the Constitution Court,” he said.
  Bali General Elections Commission has officially announced the Bali Election Outcome 2013

The Bali provincial government has declared that May 15, The Bali Gubernatorial Election day will be a public holiday. Head of the provincial public relations bureau, I Ketut Teneng said on Monday the decision was based on Ministry of Home Affairs Decree 270-2863/2013, Article 86 of the 2004 law on Regional Government and Article 70 of Government Regulation No. 6, 2005.
Teneng added that not only government offices should be closed but also the offices of companies in the private sector too, to enable everyone to vote.
Two pairs of candidates are running in the election for the posts of Governor and Vice Governor of Bali: Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Puspayoga and Dewa Nyoman Sukrawan, (PAS) and Made Mangku Pastika and Ketut Sudikerta.(Pasti-Kerta)
Source :
Republika: Gelar Pilkada, 15 Mei Bali Libur
 Let's vote for smart leaders who can get Bali prepared for AFTA 2015  
and keep Bali peaceful , safe and harmonious 
 Ngardi Bali Shanti Lan Jagadhita 
The Official Poll results are slated to be announced between May 25 and May 27 , 2013 
Regulation no 16 year 2010 , General Elections Commission

Drs. Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Puspayoga born in Denpasar, Bali, on 7 July 1965; is currently the incumbent  vice Governor of Bali for the 2008-2013 term. He pursued his undergraduate studies at Universitas Ngurah Rai, Denpasar and got his Bachelor's degree  in 1991. Prior to his current office, he used to be the Mayor of  Denpasar for the term of 2000-2005 and  his second term during 2005-2008, however he did not complete his office term because he was elected as the Vice Governor of Bali accompanying  I Made Mangku Pastika in the Bali Gubernatorial election in 2008 . In  2013, he is running for governorship for the 2013-2018 term which is supported by PDI Perjuangan Political Party along with his running mate Dewa Nyoman Sukrawan who is currently the chairman of Buleleng Legislative Council for the 2009-2014.

    I Made Mangku Pastika is an Indonesian politician and retired Police commissioner general who is the 9th and incumbent Governor of Bali for 2008 - 2013. Pastika was formerly the Chief of Bali Provincial Police and Chairman of Indonesia's National Narcotics Agency. He served as the chief investigator in the 2002 and 2005 Bali bombings.
In October 2003 he was appointed an Honorary Officer of the Order of Australia, "for service to Australia by heading the investigation into the bombings which occurred in Bali on 12 October 2002".
Made Pastika is now running for a second five-year term as Governor of Bali along with his running mate Drs. I Ketut Sudikerta., and they are supported by 8 political parties . Golkar,  Demokrat, Amanat Nasional (PAN), Hati Nurani Rakyat (Hanura), Nasional Benteng Kerakyatan, Karya Perjuangan (PKP), Karya Peduli Bangsa (PKPB), dan Partai Pakar Pangan.  in the 2013 Bali gubernatorial election, which will be held on the 15th. of  May 2013.


According to Ketut Udi Prayudi, a KPU Bali commissioner in his statement on May 6, 2013 in Renon  citing that based on the recommendation of General Elections Supervisory Committee (Panwaslu Bali ), Bali General Elections Commission has had the  Permanent Voters Register revised and updated. Therefore It is currently composed of eligible 2,925,679 voters throughout 8 regencies and one municipality,Denpasar, in Bali  following the new net increase of  6,855 new voters. However the number of polling stations remains the same, namely .6,371  The most voters are recorded  in the Buleleng Regency, namely 539,450 eligible voters, and Denpasar: 429,777 voters, Karangasem : 367,695 voters, Tabanan : 356,242 voters, Gianyar : 355,758 voters, Badung 317,286 voters, Jembrana : 221,425 voters,  Bangli 181,124 voters and Klungkung: 156,946 voters. Meanwhile , The KPU Bali is predicting a high turnout on Wednesday, at the Bali Governor's election day. Ketut Udi Prayudi ,one of the KPU commissioners said that the poll organizer was confident of vote turnout of more than 75 percent.

Gubernatorial Election day, Wednesday , 15 May 2013 to be a public holiday 

The Political observer from the Gajah Mada (UGM) University, Yogyakarta , Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Ari Dwipayana cited recently as the Bali election is taking place, it is predicted that prevalence of golput (non-voters) is lower than 30 percent, the rate of 2008 Bali Election ,  due to the higher turnouts and political awareness of Bali residents in the recent Regents' Elections in several regencies in Bali 
 The Quick Count  Result of the Gubernatorial Election 
Poll on May 15 2013
carried out by Two Independent Survey Agencies  

Deni Irvani researcher of ,Saiful Mujani Research & Consulting ( SMRC) cited the result as follows ,
Based on the accumulated number of votes : 100%  from the 400 polling stations data sampling out of .6,371 polling stations
Estimated margin deviation (margin error )  : 1 percent 
 Methodology used : Combination of proportional stratified-cluster random sampling.
Estimated prevalence of golput (non-voters) is 26.33 percent 

1. Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Puspayoga-Dewa Nyoman Sukrawan (PAS) : 50.31 percent
 2. Made Mangku Pastika - Ketut Sudikerta Pasti-Kerta) : 49.69 percent  
Note : The official result is still subject to updating and actual ballot counting and verification by Bali Provincial General elections Commission 

"PAS has got more favors and votes from five regencies, Denpasar, Bangli, Gianyar, Tabanan, and Jembrana. In the meantime Pasti-Kerta excelled in the poll results within 4 regencies, Badung, Klungkung, Karangasem, and Buleleng," the researcher of SMRC, Deni Irvani, quoted as saying as he was elaborating the Quick count result during the press conference at Hotel Inna Grand Bali Beach, Wednesday afternoon (05/15/2013). 
However, he further went on saying, the slight difference of votes achieved could not be possibly used to determine who has won the election, for the number of votes collected so far by both contestants did not vary so significantly owing to the difference in less than two percent or still within the tolerance of quick count margin error.
The official result is still subject to updating and actual ballot counting and verification by Bali Provincial General elections Commission


 Indonesia Research Center (IRC)
Based on the accumulated number of votes : 100%  from the 300 polling stations data sampling .
Estimated margin deviation (margin error)   : 1 percent

1. Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Puspayoga-Dewa Nyoman Sukrawan (PAS) :49.99 percent
 2. Made Mangku Pastika - Ketut Sudikerta Pasti-Kerta) : 50.01 percent  
 Note : The official result is still subject to updating and actual ballot counting and verification by Bali Provincial General elections Commission

 As for Puspayoga’s camp, they were apparently confident that their candidate would have  the winning  edge.
Hasto Kristianto, a deputy secretary general of PDI-P, which nominated and backed  Puspayoga, said that the party’s own quick count projected the same results as the SMRC’s polling. “We welcome this news with great delight even though the result is not yet official,” he said.
However, Pastika said that nothing should be assumed until after the Bali office of the General Elections Commission (KPU) had counted  and verified all the ballots and made an official announcement.
“We’d better wait for the official results being published by the KPU,” he said.
“What we have to do now is to monitor the ongoing process as the ballots have been taken from polling stations to village and ward offices for the manual count.”
Meanwhile Ketut Sukawati Lanang Putra Perbawa, the chairman of the Bali KPU, said that with such a close result, officials and the public would have to watch the manual counting process very carefully to prevent cheating or other problems.
He also added that a KPU meeting to tally up the ballots from each village and ward would take place sometime between May 25 and 27, when the official results will eventually be announced.
  Whoever turns out to be winning this election, the Elected Governor and Vice Governor still have got  lots of national and international issues and  events to attend to, to mention a few, more equitable distribution of developments between the North and South of Bali,  Balinese culture preservation, sustainable tourism based on culture & community and agriculture, security for tourists and residents alike, social security and  safety net for the underprivileged people,  poverty eradication, affordable education, jobs creation  and employees 'enhanced welfare
Bali Arts Festival 2013, World Hindu Summit, Miss World 2013 Competition,  APEC, BDF and WTO.

A Chronology of Bali’s Governors from 1950 to the Present

With Bali’s next governor’s race set to take place island-wide on May 15, 2013, the next man to sit as the island’s chief executive, depending on the results of that poll, will be either the 10th or 9th person to hold that office, depending on whether or not incumbent Made Mangku Pastika is re-elected.

With the  information provided by and other sources, here’s the chronology of Bali’s governors dating from the island’s official recognition as a province of Bali in 1950.

Anak Agung Bagus Sutedja
– He served as the first period as Bali governor from 1950-1958, subsequently returning for a second term 1958-1965.

  Sutedja, who was a son of the last King of Jembrana (Anak Agung Bagus Negara). was appointed governor by Indonesia’s first President Ir Sukarno. Sutedja’s term of office came to an end a few months after the failed
Gestapu Coup of September 1965.

As an interesting footnote, Sutedja disappeared mysteriously on July 29, 1966 while he was  in Jakarta, believed to have been the victim of a political kidnapping.

I Gusti Bagus Oka
– Served a short one-year interim term as Bali's second governor from 1958-1959.

I Gusti Putu Martha
– Served from 1965-1967 as Bali’s fourth governor

– Bali’s fifth governor from 1967-1978. Soekarmen was a retired Brigadier General and the first non-Balinese and non-Hindu to serve as governor, with two successive terms of office.

Prior to becoming Bali’s governor, Soekarman served as the military commander at the Denpasar Military Command.

Professor Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra
– A much loved very popular governor, Mantra labored tirelessly on behalf of the Balinese people and their culture, Mantra is credited with rules requiring Balinese architectural style in building projects and with the creation of the Bali Arts Festival.

Mantra served as Bali’s sixth governor for two terms from 1978 – 1988, and as Indonesia’s Ambassador to India before his death in 1995.

Professor Dr. Ida Bagoes Oka
– Bali’s seventh governor from 1988-1993. Oka also served as Minister of Population and Head of the National Family Planning Board during the presidency of Jusuf Habibie.

In 2001 Oka was found guilty of corruption while in office, fined Rp. 2.4 billion and sentenced to one year in prison.

Drs. Dewa Made Beratha
 – the eighth governor of Bali served two consecutive terms from 1998 - 2008.

I Made Mangku Pastika
 was Bali’s first chief executive elected by popular vote in 2008. He is currently seeking a second term in the election to be held May 15, 2013.

Pastika is retired as a Brigadier General in the Indonesian Police Force and was instrumental in capturing the Bali Bombers who killed 202 people in Bali nightspots in 2003, He was honored by
TIME Magazine (Asia) as a “Man of the Year” in 2002. Pastika speaks six languages and graduated at the top of his class at the National Police Academy in 1974.

Pastika is the ninth person to serve as Governor of Bali

Security is one of the key issues underlying Bali’s highly lucrative tourist industry, which has become the economic backbone for the great majority of Bali’s 4.2 million residents. Therefore, Bali will ensure security on the island is maintained, especially in the face of the upcoming gubernatorial election slated to take place on May 15.

The tight security arrangements required to safeguard all phases of the gubernatorial election will be funded with an allocation of Rp 12 billion (US$1.23 million) from the provincial administration’s 2013 annual budget.

“We have allocated a special budget for the security operations for the gubernatorial election. This special budget was handed over to the Bali Police to support their operations,” Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika told reporters on Wednesday, after the handover of 11 cars to Kodam IX Udayana Military Command and Wirasatya Military Command in Denpasar. The vehicles have been provided on a grant to support security operations on the island.

Pastika said Bali’s security could not be taken for granted. “Security should be built. Security should be maintained. Don’t think that once we feel secure, it happened without any effort. We need extra costs to build and maintain security,” he said.

The success and peacefulness of the gubernatorial election, he added, would determine the future of Bali as many national and international events would be held after the election, such as the APEC Summit, the ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization and the Miss World pageant. “We have to ensure that the election runs smoothly without any conflict,” he added.

Wirasatya Military Command chief Col. Anton Nugroho conveyed his gratitude to the governor for the vehicles he provided, saying that the vehicles would support their operations in this hectic year, including securing the gubernatorial election.

Anton added that his institution, in cooperation with the Bali Police, had already started security operations in anticipation of possible conflict during the election. “We really hope that everyone in Bali would maintains security during the election. Don’t even think about anarchy as it would damage our island,” he stressed.

Previously, Bali Police operational chief Sr. Comr. Alit Widana said that the Bali Police had prepared everything needed to secure the democratic event. “We will safeguard the election process, in all its phases, to ensure that things that could disturb the democratic process do not take place,” he said.

He disclosed that as many as 7,500 police personnel would be deployed across the island. “For special conditions, we could deploy 12,000 police personnel, the maximum number that the Bali Police has. If we think that we need more resources, the National Police will deploy their team. So, don’t worry,” Widana declared.

Elsewhere, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) and the Bali General Election Commission (KPUD) inaugurated 145 students as election ambassadors for Bali at Wiswa Sabha building in the governor’s office complex on Wednesday afternoon. The students, from 12 public and private universities across Bali, will be charged with supervising the election process.

“The ambassadors will supervise this democratic process and embody the fairness and integrity of the election. We have chosen students to be ambassadors because they are the younger generation that have dreams, they are agents of change and idealists,” the KPUD chairman, Ketut Sukawati Lanang Perbawa, said.
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