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Susilo in front as Indonesian presidential poll heads for run-off

Former general Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was leading the field as votes were counted in Indonesia’s presidential election, but analysts said he was not assured victory in a likely second round run-off. The world’s fourth most populous country appears to be heading for more political uncertainty before Yudhoyono is expected to square off on September 20 against either the incumbent, Megawati Sukarnoputri, or another ex-general Wiranto. With 21 million votes tallied from Monday’s vote by the election commission, Yudhoyono had 33 percent compared to 26 percent for Megawati and 23 percent for Wiranto.Full Story

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