In addition to limiting campaign participants, which is a maximum of 40% of room capacity, campaigns in open spaces or campaigns in the form of cultural events are also prohibited by the KPU.
"In addition to regulating the use of masks and other personal protection for campaign participants, in general meetings and limited meetings we set 40 percent. There is a proposal of 50 percent of this input we note. Every place such as the stadium will surely inform the capacity of the room, so we recommend a maximum of 40 percent, "Arief said in a Hearing Meeting (RDP) with the House of Representatives Commission II at the Senayan Parliament Complex, Jakarta, Monday (6/22/2020).
Regarding how to control the campaign, Arief invited all parties to jointly supervise, including the participants of the election who brought their sympathizers to supervise.
"How to monitor it can be through one entrance, then how to measure capacity," he said.
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He said the indoor campaign would be more easily controlled and again, the activity only contained the delivery of vision, mission and programs.
It is different from outdoor activities and cultural activities, performing arts, stage, music concerts and other activities.
"So you want to make a music concert activity allowed, not prohibited but done through online media," Arief said.