Indonesian consul general Tri Tharyat (centre) casting his ballots with his wife at Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai. Indonesians in the city were given a head start to vote at three locations for the presidential and parliamentary elections. Photo: Sum Lok-kei

Indonesia says it will not extend voting period for Hong Kong-based citizens after complaints from people of being unable to vote on Sunday

  • Some voters said the long queues and poor organisation made them miss out on voting but electoral supervisor in Hong Kong maintains arrangements were fair
Topic |   Asia elections

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Indonesian consul general Tri Tharyat (centre) casting his ballots with his wife at Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai. Indonesians in the city were given a head start to vote at three locations for the presidential and parliamentary elections. Photo: Sum Lok-kei
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Raquel Carvalho

Raquel Carvalho

Raquel Carvalho is Asia Correspondent for the Post. She joined the newspaper in 2014. Most of her investigative and in-depth stories have been focused on human rights, cross-border security, illicit trade and corruption. She was previously the chief reporter at a Portuguese daily newspaper in Macau, where she moved to from Europe in 2008.