Indonesian presidential front-runner Yudhoyono during an interview with Reuters in Bogor.
Indonesian presidential front-runner Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono gestures during an interview with Reuters in the West Java city of Bogor July 24, 2004. Yudhoyono vowed on Saturday to create more jobs by wooing investment into the country, which is plagued by violence, graft and legal uncertainty. Results of the July 5 presidential elections are due on Monday and the count so far shows former chief security minister Yudhoyono set to beat his four rivals, but without the majority meeded to avoid a September 20 run-off. REUTERS/Supri SUPRI/AS