President Joko Widodo did not look like a man on the cusp of victory last night as he addressed supporters, even though unofficial quick counts, by no less than five pollsters, tipped him to win re-election.
If anything, he appeared somewhat sombre as he called for patience among his supporters, while the General Elections Commission races to tally the millions of votes cast in yesterday's presidential election in Indonesia.
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