Today is a historic day. The world’s third largest democracy and most populous Muslim nation has chosen its seventh president. Joko Widodo (also known in the country as Jokowi), formerly mayor of the country’s capital city and a new face in national politics, and Jusuf Kalla, who has served as vice president in 2004-2009, is declared president and vice president of Indonesia just today, through the official vote recap. With a recognition as one of the world’s best mayors, the people of Indonesia believe that Jokowi will end the long chain of corruption in the government and bring hope to the working class.
Maracana stadium with fireworks after the Final match between Germany and Argentina - world cup 2014