Aburizal Bakrie & family,Sukanto Tanoto,R. Budi Hartono,Michael Hartono,Eka Tjipta Widjaja & family,Putera Sampoerna & family,Martua Sitorus,Rachman Halim & family,Peter Sondakh,Eddy William Katuari & family,Anthoni Salim & family,
Mochtar Riady & family,Murdaya Poo,Arifin Panigoro & family,Hary Tanoesoedibjo,Trihatma Haliman,Sjamsul Nursalim & family,Chairul Tanjung,Paulus Tumewu,Prajogo Pangestu,Soegiharto Sosrodjojo & family,Sutanto Djuhar & family,
Hadi Surya,Aksa Mahmud,Harjo Sutanto & family,Soegiarto Adikoesoemo & family,Husein Djojonegoro & family,
Kartini Muljadi,Edwin Soeryadjaya,Jusuf Kalla,Tan Kian,Ciputra,Bambang Trihatmodjo,George & Sjakon Tahija,Kris Wiluan,Eka Tjandranegara & family,Alim Markus & family,Husein Sutjiadi,Jakob Oetama,Boenjamin Setiawan
Indonesia’s total population of over 240 million makes it the fourth largest country in the world after China, India and the United States. The elections are set for July 8 and campaigning is set to start Tuesday.
One of Yudhoyono’s challengers will be Megawati Soekarnoputri, whom he defeated in the 2004 runoff elections. The other challenger is Jusuf Kalla.
The July 8 polling will be the second time the country’s president and vice-president will be elected by popular vote.
A spokesman for Yudhoyono’s campaign said the Democratic Party and its coalition partners will mainly highlight the president’s achievements during his first term, the Jakarta Post reported.