PKS Syura Council Officially Supports Anies-Muhaimin’s Candidacy for 2024 Presidential Election #AniesMuhaimin2024

By | September 15, 2023

The PKS Consultative Assembly has officially announced its support for the Anies-Muhaimin pair in the 2024 presidential election. This decision was made by the PKS Consultative Assembly, known as the Majelis Syura.

In a surprising move, the influential Islamic political party, the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), has officially announced its support for the Anies-Muhaimin presidential ticket in the upcoming 2024 elections. The decision was made by the party’s Syura Council, which serves as its highest decision-making body.

The announcement was made public through a tweet by Ekowboy2, a prominent Twitter user known for his political commentary. The tweet included a picture of the PKS Syura Council meeting and the hashtag #AniesMuhaimin2024.

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The endorsement of Anies Baswedan, the current governor of Jakarta, and Muhaimin Iskandar, the leader of the National Awakening Party (PKB), comes as a surprise to many political observers. It is widely believed that PKS would support its own candidate or ally with other conservative Islamic parties.

Anies Baswedan has gained popularity among conservative Muslim voters for his policies promoting Islamic values in Jakarta. Meanwhile, Muhaimin Iskandar has a long history in Indonesian politics and has a strong support base among moderate Muslim voters.

The support of PKS is expected to significantly boost the Anies-Muhaimin ticket’s chances in the 2024 elections. PKS has a well-organized grassroots network and a loyal voter base, particularly among the conservative Muslim population.

The endorsement also adds another layer of complexity to the already competitive presidential race. With various political parties and potential candidates vying for support, alliances and endorsements will play a crucial role in determining the outcome of the elections..

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