Arsjad Rasjid Regarding Ganjar-Prabowo In The 2024 Presidential Election: Never There Was That
Head of the National Winning Team (TPN) Ganjar Pranowo, Arsjad Rasjid/PHOTO: Wardhany Tsa Tsia-VOI

JAKARTA - Chairman of the National Winning Team (TPN) Ganjar Pranowo, Arsjad Rasjid denied the discourse of pairing Ganjar with Gerindra Party chairman Prabowo Subianto or vice versa in the 2024 Presidential Election (Pilpres).

So far, there has been no discussion regarding the merger of presidential candidates so that only two axes occur. Arsjad said Ganjar was certain to run as a presidential candidate (candidate).

"There's never been that. So what is clear is Ganjar president. So if there was no discussion earlier, because what he wanted to discuss was because there was no discussion," said Arsjad to reporters at the High End building, Kebon Sirih, Central Jakarta, Wednesday, September 27.

Meanwhile, when asked about the vice presidential candidate who accompanied Ganjar, Arsjad said the discussion was still being held. All names that have the potential to be discussed will then be decided on the best.

"So a decision will be made later. But I don't know. Everything is there," he said.

Previously, rumors of two pairs of candidates in the 2024 presidential election were mentioned by the Deputy Chairperson of the PKB, Jazilul Fawaid. According to him, in the registration of presidential and vice presidential candidates, there is a possibility that there will be only two pairs of candidates.

One of the axes, continued Jazilul, is the pair Anies Baswedan and Muhaimin Iskandar promoted by the NasDem Party, the National Awakening Party (PKB), and the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS).

"I see it personally, there are not necessarily three axes, it could be two axes, we'll wait for it later," Jazilul said on Monday, September 18.

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