President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) has followed the lawsuit of the camp of Prabowo Subianto-Hatta Rajasa in the Constitutional Court (MK).
On the decision of the Constitutional Court, Thursday (21/08/2014), the President requested that the public can accept whatever decision issued by the Court.
“Hopefully, the decision of the Constitutional Court should be acceptable to all the people and keep each other in order not to happen things that are counter productive,” said Presidential Spokesman Julian Aldrin Pasha, in Jakarta, Wednesday (20/08/2014).
Julian said, the President has also instructed the police to carry out the established security procedures.
President SBY has delayed his trip to Papua to attend Raja Ampat Sail. SBY was originally scheduled to depart on Thursday morning.
“However, in view of the final decision plan of the presidential dispute by the Constitutional Court, the President’s departure to Papua, originally planned tomorrow morning of 21 August 2014, was postponed,” Julian said.
Even today, President Yudhoyono held a sudden meeting of polhukam together with a number of ministers and heads of institutions, such as Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Djoko Suyanto, Interior Minister Gamawan Fauzi, National Police Chief Sutarman and Commander General of the Moeldoko.
The meeting was conducted to find out the latest situation report before the decision of the Constitutional Court.
Based on the information he received, Sutarman said there was no mass mobilization that led to the riots.
“The masses are going down in order, peaceful. However, we are ready to secure, “said the four-star general.