Masa tenang, the mandatory "quiet period" before Indonesian voters go to the polls on Wednesday, begins today.
This means no more debates, community visits and campaign rallies, and even the public bickering between rival candidates in the presidential race is a no-no.
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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 14, 2019, with the headline Calm before a storm: What's at stake in Indonesia's presidential election. Subscribe
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