Millions of Jakarta voters thronged to voting booths across the Indonesian capital on Wednesday to choose a new governor in a knife-edge vote seen as a proxy battle for the 2019 presidential race and a litmus test for pluralism amid rising anti-Chinese sentiment in the world’s most populous Muslim country.
Voter turnout for the two-person run-off is expected to be more than 77 per cent of the 7.2 million eligible voters.
Polling closed at 1pm Hong Kong time in the electoral battle which…
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