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Guide to Race to Become Bali's Governor

Your District by District Guide to Bali's 2 Week Gubernatorial Campaign.


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(5/31/2008)

As reported on balidiscovery.com, the people of Bali will go to the polls to elect a new Governor on July 9, 2008. [See: Bali Votes for it Governor on July 9, 2008]

The three parties vying for the executive office in Bali will only be allowed to begin formal campaigning on June 22, 2008, with all campaigning coming to a complete halt on July 6th, starting a 3 day "cooling off" period prior to election day.

In order to promote public order, a strict order of campaigning is in place regulating special areas and specific campaigning days for each set of candidates.

The Campaign Schedule

June 22, 2008

• All three parties to deliver the vision and mission at Bali's Provincial House of Representatives (DPRD)

• Joint peace declaration by all parties at Bali's Provincial House of Representatives (DPRD) at 15:00 hours.

June 23, 2008

• Party #1 comprised of Winasa and Alit Putra representing a coalition of various parties to campaign in Jembrana, Tabanan and Buleleng regencies.

• Party #2 comprised of Cok Budhi Suryawan and Suweta representing the Golkar Party to campaign Denpasar city, and the regencies of Badung and Gianyar.

• Party #3 comprised of Made Mangku Pastika and Cok Puspayoga representing the People Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) to campaign in Bangli, Klungkung and Karangasem regencies.

June 24, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #1

June 25, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #2

June 26, 20008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #3

June 27, 2008

• Public debate between all 3 parties before the electronic media scheduled for 16:00 hours.

June 28, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #1

June 29, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #2

June 30, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #3

July 1, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #1

July 2, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #2

July 3, 2008

• Island-wide campaigning by Party #3

July 4, 2008

• Public debate between all parties scheduled for 16:00 hours.

July 5, 2008

• Joint prayers by all parties at Pura Jagatnatha.

• Symbolic removal of political attributes and campaign posters by all parties at Pura Jagatnatha.

• Official close of campaign period for all parties.

July 9, 2008

• Election Day in Bali

Unlike past years, the elections rules have a long list of "do's" and "don'ts" which must be observed by all political parties. Included in the list is a strict prohibition on parades and marches in support of any candidate or party.


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