Bali broadcasters appeared to be formally encouraged to stop all broadcasts for Nyepi ( Balinese New Year 1936 ) which falls on March 31 . All radio and television transmissions is going to stop from March 31 at 6pm to April 1 at 6pm . The correspondence was from the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission ( KPID ) Bali and was sent to network tv as well as subscription and cable television . The commission said transmit will not likely be involved outside of Bali .
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The number of poor people in Bali in September 2013 increased to 4.49 percent or as many as 186 530 people.
The poverty rate was up 0.54 percent compared to the data in March 2013 that only 3.95 per cent, or just 162 510 people.
Argument continues to be voiced that classical celebrations before Nyepi just might be taken advantage of for political purposes this year.
a number of people making ogoh-ogoh (hugh papier mache effigies) in form of political figures who in corruption or sexual scandals.