Radhiyya Indra (The Jakarta Post) PREMIUM Jakarta ● Fri, June 2 2023 Ahead of the 2024 election, a generation of Indonesians who have reached the required age will be on the front lines with their ballots, exercising their right to vote for the very first time. In fact, a Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) survey released in September last year estimated that Gen-Zers and millennials, those ranging from age 17 to 39, will make up nearly 60 percent of voters in 2024. These young voters include a sizable pool of first-time voters, who will range between age 17 and 21 in 2024. Many of them were in junior and senior high schools when the 2019 election kicked off, watching from the sidelines during the heat of that contest. And with the 2024 election nearing, are they finally ready to make their voices heard? to Read Full Story SUBSCRIBE NOW Starting from IDR 55,500/month Unlimited access to our web and app content e-Post daily digital newspaper No advertisements, no interruptions Privileged access to our events and programs Subscription to our newsletters We accept Register to read 3 premium articles for free Already subscribed? login Or let Google manage… Read full this story
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