Second inauguration of Joko Widodo
Joko Widodo taking his presidential oath
|Date||20 October 2019|
7th President of Indonesia
13th Vice President of Indonesia
— Assuming office
The second inauguration of Joko Widodo as president of Indonesia took place on Sunday, 20 October 2019 at the DPR/MPR Building, Jakarta. This ceremony marked the commencement of the second consecutive and final five-year term of Joko Widodo (universally known as Jokowi) as president and first term of Ma'ruf Amin as vice president.
Jokowi-Amin ticket won the 2019 election with 55.5% of the popular vote against their only opponent, Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno. After Prabowo's dispute was rejected by the Constitutional Court, the General Elections Commission (KPU) declared the ticket as winners.
The inauguration ceremony was started on 15:30 local time (08:30 UTC), 60 minutes later than scheduled. It was held on the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) parliamentary session and is led by its speaker Bambang Soesatyo. As the inauguration was held in a Sunday, the assembly decided to push forward the session starting time, which usually held at 10:00 local time. The reasons were to give Christians, Catholics, and Buddhists to attend their respective service. It was also intended to not interrupt the weekly car free day held near the venue at the morning to noon with road closures; the car free day event was cancelled anyway.
Unlike the previous inauguration, cultural parades would not be held. The event's security involved 31 thousand personnel from the Indonesian National Police and the Indonesian National Armed Forces.
- Iriana, First Lady of Indonesia
- Mufidah Mi'ad Saad, Second Lady of Indonesia
- Wury Estu Handayani, Second Lady-designate of Indonesia
- Megawati Sukarnoputri, 5th President of Indonesia and 8th Vice President of Indonesia
- Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, 6th President of Indonesia
- Hamzah Haz, 9th Vice President of Indonesia
- Boediono, 11th Vice President of Indonesia
- Hadi Tjahjanto, Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces
- Tito Karnavian, Chief of the Indonesian National Police
- Puan Maharani, Speaker of the DPR
- La Nyalla Mattalitti, Speaker of the DPD
- Anwar Usman, Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia
- Akbar Tanjung, 13th Speaker of the DPR
- Agung Laksono, 14th Speaker of the DPR
- Ginandjar Kartasasmita, 1st Speaker of the DPD
- Irman Gusman, 2nd Speaker of the DPD
- Oesman Sapta Odang, 4th Speaker of the DPD
- Anies Baswedan, Governor of Jakarta
- Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, former Governor of Jakarta
- Prabowo Subianto, losing presidential nominee of 2019 presidential election
- Sandiaga Uno, losing vice-presidential nominee of 2019 presidential election
- 1. Royalty leaders and the representatives
- Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei
- Mswati III, King of Eswatini
- Norihiro Nakayama, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan (as Emperor of Japan's Special Envoy)
- 2. Presidents, vice presidents, and the representatives
- Wang Qishan, Vice President of the People's Republic of China
- Henry Van Thio, Second Vice-President of Myanmar
- Noh Young-min, Chief of Staff to the President of South Korea (as President of South Korea's Special Envoy)
- Teodoro Locsin Jr., Secretary of Foreign Affairs (as President of the Philippines' Special Envoy)
- Soewarto Moestadja, Minister of Labour of Suriname (as President of Suriname's Special Envoy)
- Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Tolerance of United Arab Emirates (as President of the United Arab Emirates' Special Envoy).
- Elaine Chao, United States Secretary of Transportation (as U.S. President's Special Envoy)
- Đặng Thị Ngọc Thịnh, Vice President of Vietnam
- 3. Prime ministers and deputy prime ministers
- Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia
- Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia
- Saleumxay Kommasith, Foreign Minister of Laos
- Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister of Malaysia
- Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore
- Wissanu Krea-ngam, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand
Morrison's appearance was the fourth consecutive by an Australian prime minister in an Indonesian presidential inauguration, which dates back to 2004, the year of Indonesia's first popularly-elected presidential election.
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