The rapid rise of businessman Sandiaga Uno in Indonesian politics looks to have stalled for now, with the unofficial tally of votes from last week's presidential election pointing to a likely defeat for him and Mr Prabowo Subianto.
With the chances of Mr Prabowo scoring an upset win over incumbent President Joko Widodo looking increasingly slim, questions have started to swirl over the political future of the billionaire turned vice-presidential hopeful, affectionately known by his supporters as Sandi.
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