Indonesia holds elections for following governing organs;
-President of the State
-Vice-President of the State
-Members of the People’s Representative Council
-Members of the Council of Representatives of the Regions
-Chief Executives of local public entities
-Members of local public assemblies such as the Regional People’s Representative Councils
For elections, Indonesia uses following electoral methods:
Under the Majority Vote method, people vote for a favored candidate and the candidate who obtains more than half of the valid votes shall be elected to office. If no candidates get more than half of the valid votes, a second vote shall take place only by two candidates who obtained the highest votes.
Under the Proportional Representation method, people vote for a their favored party and the seats are distributed to each party depends on their proportion of votes to total votes in each constituency.
For the election of the President and the Vice-President of the State, the Majority Vote is used as an electoral method.
For the election of the members of the People’s Representative Council that consists of 560 members, the Proportional Representation is used as an electoral method. All members are directly elected through 77 multimember constituencies.
For the election of the members of the Council of Representatives of the Regions that consists of 132 members, the Proportional Representation is used as an electoral method. All members are directly elected through 33 multimember districts that correspond with the 33 provinces of Indonesia. Each province/district is allocated 4 seats.
Link : Electoral System (OPEMAM)
Link : Electoral System: Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat (House of Representatives)
Link : Indonesia’s parliamentary and presidential elections: How does the system work? (ABC: 2014)
PDF : Some Questions about the Electoral System for the 2004 Indonesian General Election Answered (IFES: 2003)