In excess of 270 race specialists in Indonesia have passed on, for the most part of weakness related ailments brought about by extended periods of work tallying a huge number of poll papers by hand, an authority says.
Arief Priyo Susanto, representative of the General Elections Commission (KPU), said 1,878 other staff had become sick.
Somewhere in the range of seven million individuals were helping check and screen the 17 April vote.
Staff were required to work during that time in sweltering conditions, which took a strong physical toll on many.
The decisions were the first run through the nation of 260 million individuals joined the presidential vote with national and local parliamentary tallies, so as to set aside extra cash.
Around 80% of the 193 million qualified voters cast their votes in more than 800,000 surveying stations.
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In any case, the colossal numbers have clearly negatively affected transitory decision staff, who dissimilar to government workers, don’t experience a restorative examination before beginning work.
The KPU representative said 272 race specialists had passed on from exhaust related diseases.
Indonesia’s race bonus intends to repay enduring families 36 million rupiah (£1,930; $2,500) for each perished laborer – generally identical to one year’s compensation at the lowest pay permitted by law, as indicated by the Nikkei Asian Review.
Faultfinders state the legislature was not judicious for consolidating the decisions and making improbable desires for transitory staff.
Both President Joko Widodo and restriction presidential hopeful Prabowo Subianto have announced triumph, however fast tallies recommended Mr Widodo won the decision by around 9-10 rate focuses.
The KPU will complete vote tallying and declare victors of the presidential and parliamentary races on 22 May.