Discussing the 2024 Election, Australian Government Representative Visits FISIP UB

Assistant Director of Southeast Asia Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Australian Government Zuly Chudori visited the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) to explore academics’ views on the General Election (Pemilu) which will be held on (14/2/2024).

This visit was immediately welcomed by the Dean of FISIP, Prof. Anang Sujoko S.Sos., M.Sc. D. COMM. Zuly Chudori admitted that he visited FISIP UB since he wanted to discuss directly with the Dean of FISIP, Prof. Anang Sujoko regarding election issues in Indonesia.

“Prof Anang studies Media and Communication. He has sufficient knowledge to discuss election matters,” he said to FISIP Public Relations.

Prof. Anang Sujoko S.Sos., M.Si., D.COMM admitted that in the discussion, there were several things discussed such as the potential of each presidential and vice presidential candidate pair.

“Including the role and percentage of Indonesian millennial generation who are voting for the first time in the 2024 election,” he said.

The discussion also runs enthusiastically when discussing the characteristics of East Javanese citizens in the elections. Prof. Anang Sujoko revealed the influence of organizations such as NU or Muslimat which can make citizens make their choices. (*/OKY/UB PR/ Trans. Iir)