Indonesian presidential polls too close to call

About 202 million voters in Indonesia, the third most populous electoral democracy in the world, go to the polls tomorrow.

Indonesians from Sabang in Aceh to Maurake in Papua, which spans 5,245km (imagine flying from Jakarta to Seoul), will coblos (punch the ballot paper) for a president and 575 members of the legislature (MPs).

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