Indonesian opposition leader Megawati Sukarnoputri on July 25 rejected President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's re-election win and will file the case with the constitutional court, local media reported.

This was confirmed by Gayus Lumbuun, the spokesman of Megawati’s Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle, at the official announcement of the results of presidential election at the General Elections Commission (KPU), on behalf of the failed presidential candidate.

Gayus explained that Megawati and his running mate Prabowo Subianto Prabowo refused to accept the result from the KPU because of what they claimed as rampant election violations, including the problematic voters roll, said the Jakarta Post.

He said his team of lawyers would study all the documents and would demand a revote to the Constitutional Court .

Official results announced by the commission gave incumbent president Yudhoyono 60.8 percent of the vote, far ahead of ex-president Megawati with 26.8 percent and Vice-President Jusuf Kalla with 12.4 percent.

Kalla and Wiranto, who were present during the announcement, said they also rejected the official results and would consider filing a case with the Constitutional Court./.