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(From The Jakarta Post)
Byline: Moch. N. Kurniawan and Dadan Wijaksana, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
Six days away from the April 5 voting day, the General Elections Commission (KPU) admitted on Tuesday disruptions could occur during the nation-wide electronic ballot counting process, partly due to insufficient testing.
Although official results will not be released until all parties approve them on April 25, the KPU's Information and Technology department -- which connects 4842 districts across the archipelago -- coordinates the votes counting and is supposed to provide important preliminary election results.
On April 5, it is predicted …