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Prabowo served in the military from 1974 to 1998, before being discharged after he was accused of human rights violations in relation to coordinating riots in 1998 in which more than 1,000 people died, as well as the murders of pro-independence activists in Timor-Leste during the Indonesian occupation from 1975 until 1999. Jokowi's choice for vice president, Ma'ruf Amin, 75, is the head of Indonesia's top Muslim clerical body, the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI).
In recent years, Amin has overseen fatwa, a general decree in Islam by a religious authority, on a range of controversial topics including support for female genital mutilation and a call for those caught committing same-sex acts to be sentenced to death.
Growth remained above five percent in 20, and Jokowi's attempts to boost the economy through a series of policy packages helped reduce the poverty rate to below 10 percent of the population for the first time.
But the sharp decline in the rupiah - to its lowest level since 1998 - stirred memories of the hardship of that year's Asian financial crisis, with falling oil prices and declining exports putting pressure on the country's finances.
It seems that there is less at stake, or at least that's the perception.
In the contested region of Papua, the poorest in the archipelago, Jokowi has sought to improve infrastructure and connectivity in the hope of boosting the economic wellbeing of residents, but Amnesty International says killings by the security forces continue and have not been addressed.
Meanwhile, minorities, non-Muslims, gay and transgender people have all come under pressure during In the most well-known case, Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, an ethnic Chinese Christian who is better known as Ahok, was convicted of blasphemy in 2017 and jailed for two years.
Controversy is already swirling around the debate, which will be broadcast across local television networks at 7pm Jakarta time The candidates have been given the questions - focusing on law, human rights, terrorism and corruption - in advance amid concerns that the two men might escape having to address more controversial issues such as human rights abuses in Papua, in the far east of the Indonesian archipelago.
But while his "ordinary man" image inspired many Indonesians, some analysts say he has proved less impressive as a leader.