Indonesia President Says Cabinet Working Normally, amid Reports of Discontent

Indonesia President Joko Widodo said on Friday his bureau was working typically, in the midst of reports of discontent among his clergymen.

“The bureau has no issue,” Jokowi, as the president is known, let correspondents know when gotten some information about anxiety in the bureau, adding that having contrasts of opinion was ordinary and vote based.

On February 14, Indonesia will hold elections for legislative and presidential office.

Nearby media has detailed some discontent in Jokowi’s bureau following public analysis evened out at the president about saw political impedance and absence of lack of bias in his implied support of driving up-and-comer, Prabowo Subianto, his guard serve.

Jokowi has said presidents are permitted to help applicants.

Prabowo is on a ticket with Jokowi’s child as his running mate.

Jokowi has made public appearances with Prabowo, despite not explicitly supporting any of the three candidates.