Indonesia’s president looks to be on course for re-election, according to unofficial results released within hours of polls closing.
Joko Widodo has a lead of more than 10% over his rival, the ex-general Prabowo Subianto, in some early results.
Official results are not expected until May, but the so-called “quick counts” – undertaken by polling companies – have proved correct in previous years.
Indonesia voted on Wednesday in one of the world’s largest one-day elections.
More than 192 million people were eligible to cast their ballot to select 20,000 local and national lawmakers, including the president.