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(From The Jakarta Post)
With the general election drawing ever nearer, the ballot box controversy has worsened as one of the company's appointed to produce and distribute the boxes threatened to stop work on the project.
An executive of PT Tjakrindo Mas visited the General Elections Commission (KPU) offices on Friday, demanding full payment of Rp 79 billion (US$9,2 million) for the first stage of the contract.
"We will not resume the production of the ballot boxes until the KPU pays for the first stage," PT Tjakrindo's marketing director Tirto Soeseno told reporters.
Tirto claimed that his company had delivered over 300,000 boxes in many …