Unlike the gubernatorial election in most other Indonesian provinces, the race in East Nusa Tenggara stands out for two reasons: It is a four-cornered fight and all the candidates are non-Muslims.
The front runners for the governor's post are Mr Viktor Laiskodat, backed by NasDem Party, Golkar Party and Hanura Party; and Mr Benny K. Harman, supported by the Democratic Party, Prosperous Justice Party and Indonesian Justice and Unity Party.
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