More than 190 million Indonesians voted, with a record 245,000 candidates running for public office, in the world's third-biggest democracy, from the presidency and parliamentary seats to local positions.
With almost all the votes counted in Saturday's poll, a coalition of East Timor's opposition parties was underway to win an election held after months of deadlock, getting 49.59 percent of the total votes.
Thousands of East Timorese lined up to cast votes in a general election on Saturday, in a bid to end months of political deadlock in the tiny Southeast Asian nation's parliament.
The agreement signed by Australia and East Timor at the United Nations in New York establishes a maritime boundary in the Timor Sea for the first time.
Tiny East Timor has been unsettled by bouts of violence and political instability since it became independent from Indonesia in 2002. Members of the military and police mutinied in 2006.
While the president's role is largely ceremonial, it is also seen as important for promoting unity in the young nation.
"Pancasila" is a term that refers to belief in one god, justice, unity, democracy, and social justice in Indonesia. The Australian Army renamed it "Pancagila" in laminated training materials, meaning "crazy."
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