Voters who are not registered with the DPT that "only have to bring E-KTP" are ONLY whose address on the e-KTP is the same as the voting location visited.
If you already registered in the DPT but have not been able to get the C6 or it’s damaged, voters can go directly to the TPS from morning (7 AM) by using e-KTP or Suket (substitute for e-KTP) to enter TPS.
Please remember, each TPS has different DPTs, so even though your name is already on the KPU's DPT website, make sure also which TPS number you have to go. Don't be angry at the voting location when you have the wrong TPS.
The voter who already registered and have A5 form must bring their A5 to voting location.
Even though A5 holders are in DPTb, they cannot enter without the A5 form. Unlike the C6 holder who can automatically get a full ballots package (4-5 ballots, depending on the electoral area), for A5 it will be adjusted accordingly.
Please take note for the following :
Registered in the Final Voters List (DPT):
If you have C6: votes from 7 AM to 1 PM
Without C6: votes from 7 AM to 1 PM
Registered in the Additional Voters List (DPTb):
If you have A5: votes from 7 AM to 1 PM
Without A5: No Entry
Time period to enter the TPS starting from 7 AM to 1 PM. If you already waiting in TPS, but there is no empty booth, you can still vote even though it’s more than 1 PM.
Those who are categorized as Special Voters List (DPK) were not registered in the DPT or DPTb, by default the allocation of ballot papers per TPS was only 2% of the total DPT in the TPS. If there are 300 voters in the DPT there are 300 voters, then there are only 6 spare ballots. DPK voters can votes from 12 PM to 1 PM.
If the ballot papers empty, please try to vote at the nearby voting locations.
PKPU No. 3 of 2019
For DPT: Article 7, p. 12
For DPTb: Article 8, p. 2 to 16
For TPF: Article 9, p. 16