"Polri and TNI as well as other related agencies have readied 27 thousand personnel to secure the State Palace, the presidential inauguration venue, the residence of Mr. Jokowi, the residence of Mr. Ma'ruf Amin, the roads they will pass (during the inauguration) and other vital objects," Chief of the Public Information Bureau of the National Police Brigadier General Dedi Prasetyo said on Monday.
Dedi said the police have found no indication of security disturbance ahead of the presidential inauguration.
After all, security personnel remain on standby to anticipate any eventuality, he said.
He further called on the public to work together with security personnel in ensuring conducive situation in the capital.
If some people wish to stage a demonstration they must abide by the existing regulation and keep public order, he said.
"If they stage a rally, it must run peacefully. The rally is vulnerable to infiltration by rioters who want to commit anarchy," he said.
President-elect Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and Vice President-elect Ma'ruf Amin will be inaugurated at the Parliament Building in Jakarta on Sunday afternoon (Oct 20).
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