Klinik Farma – A large billboard supporting presidential candidate Anies Baswedan, who stood next to Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono (AHY), was no longer visible at Jalan Panjang Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta, on Friday (Jan 9, 2023).
Local resident Dimas said that the billboard with the faces of Anies and AHY used to look intimate on a large billboard right on the side of the road when he left for work yesterday.
However, after he returned from work, around 12 o’clock at night, the billboard with the faces of the nation’s two children was no longer visible.
“Yesterday afternoon it was still there, but it was empty at night,” Dimas told Klinik Farma on Friday (Jan. 9, 2023).
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Dimas himself does not really know the exact reason for the disappearance of the billboard. However, after reading the news, Dimas continued, the billboard was removed after Agnès left AHY.
The removal is believed to be a result of the Democratic Party’s disappointment with Anies’ maneuver to nominate National Awakening Party (NAP) General Chairman Muhaimin Iskandar or Chuck Imin as its vice presidential candidate for the upcoming 2024 presidential election.
“AHY may be disappointed with PHP Anies,” Dimas said.
Disappointment of the Democratic Party
The DP has reacted sharply to Anies Baswedan’s decision to unilaterally select Muhaimin Iskandar or Chuck Imin as his vice-presidential candidate instead of going ahead with his announcement regarding Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono, who had already been elected.
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Democrats are currently taking a strong stand by removing the billboards they have erected in various cities and regions featuring images of Anies and AHY.
Gerzaki Democratic Party spokesman coordinator Mahendra Putra said the suspension had already begun.
“It used to start being squeezed out,” Gerzaki said on Thursday (August 31, 2023).
Government officials removed the billboards because they were disappointed with Áñez’s political moves.
“So the Coalition for Change’s commitment to cooperation is no longer there because the Coalition for Change is made up of three parties,” Gerzacki said.