On December 20th, Indonesian Cardinal Julius Darmaatmadja turns 80 years old, which means he is no longer eligible to vote in an eventual concalve. The number of Cardinal electors now stands at 111.
He was made a Cardinal by John Paul II back in the year 1994. He voted in the conclave where Benedict XVI was elected. Because of health reasons, he did not take part in last conclave, where Pope Francis was elected.