Politics of Republic of Indonesia
And New Government of 2014
2014.09.24
Dahae Jeong
1. Structure of Indonesian Government
2. Legislative
1) People's Consultative Assembly (MPR)
2) Composition of People’s Re...
Legislative Executive Judiciary
MPR People's Consultative Assembly
DPR People’s Representatives Council
DPD Regional Repre...
People's Consultative Assembly (MPR)
Composed of representatives
of political parties
 Chaired by Marzuki Ali
 550 memb...
Composition of People’s Representatives Council (DPR)
Parliamentary group Seats %
Red and White Coalition (Current Governi...
Gerindra Coalition (Ruling Party) Charateritics Datails
Party of the Functional Groups (Golkar) Conservative
Political ve...
PDI-P Coalition (Opposition Party) Charateristics Details
Indonesian Democratic Party-
Struggle (PDI-P)
Progressive
Found...
Supreme Court
Constitutional Court
Public Court
 Indonesia's highest court
 Led by a chairman, currently Hatta Ali.
 Ru...
President
Vice President
30 minitries
(Currently)
Province (34)
Regency (405)
City (97)
District (6543)
Village (75244)
Di...
Vice president
1st presidency (2004-2009) 2nd presidency (2009-2014)
Jusuf Kalla Boediono
Name Dr. H. Susilo Bambang Yudho...
Coordinating Ministers
1 Political, Law and Security Affairs Air Chief Marshal (Ret.) Djoko Suyanto none*
2 Economics Chai...
State Ministers
14 Public Works Djoko Kirmanto none
15 Health Nafsiah Mboi none
16 Education and Culture Muhammad Nuh none...
Officials of Ministerial Rank
Head of the Presidential Working Unit
for Development Supervision and
Control
Kuntoro Mangku...
Presidential Election 2014
According to the 2008 election law, only parties or coalitions controlling 20% of DPR seats
or...
Joko Widodo Prabowo Subianto
Running Mate Jusuf Kalla Hatta Rajasa
Career
 Governor of Jakarta
 Former Mayor of Surakart...
President-elect Joko Widodo
Hometown Surakarta
Education Bachelor of Forestry , Gadjah Mada University,
Career
2012- 15th ...
Formation of New Cabinet 2014-2019
Foreign Affairs
No deputy ministers for the other ministry
Population Ministry
Agra...
Coordinating Ministers
1 Coordinating Economic Ministry
2 Coordinating Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Ministry
3 C...
Theme of the Government
Adopt the spirit of the “Trisakti” principle
formulated by the country’s first president,
Sukarno ...
Strengthen the legal system
and law enforcement Thorough Management of Government
1 Tight budget management
Fighting with ...
Pro Cons
Jokowi’s
Coalition
Prabowo
Subianto's
Red-and-White
Coalition
287 seats 273 seats
1. Not an
overspending
2. Secur...
PAN and PPP join the Jokowi’s coalition?
-Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) party
held a national meeting which 1,500 ...
Coordinating Ministers
1
Coordinating Political, Legal, and Security Affairs
Ministry
Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno
former Navy ch...
Ministers Leading Departments
4 Law and Human Rights
Yasona H. Laoly
legislator/PDI-P politician
5 Finance
Bambang Brodjon...
Ministers Leading Departments
13 Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
Susi Pudjiastuti
owner of airline operator Susi Air
14 Man...
Ministers Leading Departments
22 Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection
Yohana Susana Yembise
Cendrawasih University lec...
5. New Government of 2014
From Political Parties
PDI-P 5
Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister,
Home, Law an...
5. New Government of 2014
President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019
 Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan 1987
 Second gen...
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Politics of Indonesia 2014

Politics of Republic of Indonesia 2014 and New Government of 2014
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  • 1. Politics of Republic of Indonesia And New Government of 2014 2014.09.24 Dahae Jeong
  • 2. 1. Structure of Indonesian Government 2. Legislative 1) People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) 2) Composition of People’s Representatives Council (DPR) 3) Charateristics of the factions 3. Judiciary 4. Executive 1) Composition of Government 2) Former Governemnt 3) Current Government of President Yudhoyono 5. New government of 2014 1) Presidential Election 2014 2) President Elect Joko Widodo 3) Formation of New Cabinet 4) Current situation 5) Outlook of the New Government of 2014 Table of Contents
  • 3. Legislative Executive Judiciary MPR People's Consultative Assembly DPR People’s Representatives Council DPD Regional Representatives Council President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Vice President Boediono Supreme Court Judicial Commisson Constitutional Court 1. Structure of Indonesian Government
  • 4. People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) Composed of representatives of political parties  Chaired by Marzuki Ali  550 members  Composed of representatives from each province in Indonesia  4 delegates that are elected by the people in the respective region  Chaired by Irman Gusman  128 members - Chairman: Taufik Kiemas *Elected for five-year terms People’s Representatives Council (DPR) Regional Representatives Council (DPD) 2. Legislative
  • 5. Composition of People’s Representatives Council (DPR) Parliamentary group Seats % Red and White Coalition (Current Governing Party) 353 63% Party of the Functional Groups (Golkar) 91 16% Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) 73 13% Democratic Party (Demokrat) 61 11% National Mandate Party (PAN) 49 9% Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) 40 7% United Development Party (PPP) 39 7% PDI-P Coalition (Current Opposition Party) 207 37% Indonesian Democratic Party-Struggle (PDI-P) 109 19% National Awakening Party (PKB) 47 8% National Democratic Party (NasDem) 35 6% People’s Conscience Party (Hanura) 16 3% Total 560 (9th April 2014 Election) As a result of the victory of Jokowi from PDI-P Coalition at 2014 presidential election, PDI-P Coalition would be a governing party which is minor in the number of seats 2. Legislative
  • 6. Gerindra Coalition (Ruling Party) Charateritics Datails Party of the Functional Groups (Golkar) Conservative Political vehicle of the late Suharto - ruling party from 1966 to 1999, under Suharto's New Order regime Led by Aburizal Bakrie- competitor of Jokowi at presidential election 2014 Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) Progressive Founded by a former special-forces commander, Prabowo Subianto who resigned from Golkar at 2008 -competitor of Jokowi at presidential election at 2014 Chaired by Suhardi until august, 2014 and Prabowo will take the chairmanship Tripled the number of seats from 26 seats in 2009 to 73 seats in 2014 Democratic Party (Demokrat) Moderate Led by current president, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono The biggest party at the last election 2009 -having won 21% of the vote Disillusion with the two-term president Yudhoyono affects the declining of the seats at 2014 election National Mandate Party (PAN) Nationalistic Founded by reformists, Amien Rais Originated from organization called the Peoples Mandate Council (MARA) during Suhato’s regime to listen and express people’s opinion Charateristics of the factions → continued on the next page 2. Legislative
  • 7. PDI-P Coalition (Opposition Party) Charateristics Details Indonesian Democratic Party- Struggle (PDI-P) Progressive Founded by Megawati-daughter of the first president Sukarno The biggest party during Suharto period at 1999 Declined to the second party during president Megawati at 2004 Regained the reputation as the biggest party under Jokowi’s victory in presidential election 2014 National Awakening Party (PKB) Islamic Led by Muhaimin Iskandar The party's base of support is strongest in the rural areas of Java National Democratic Party (NasDem) Nationalistic Founded and Funded by media mogul –Metro TV- Surya Palloh at 2011- who has been a senior member of the Golkar Party for 40 years People’s Conscience Party (Hanura) Moderate Founded and headed by former military commander Wiranto who traumatized by his defeat in 2004 presidential election Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) Islamic Led by Anis Matta Based on conservative religious teachings Associated with the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood Got public opposition to its political corruption United Development Party (PPP) Islamic Founded by the coalition of 4 Islamist parties Formed a National Coalition with Golkar, PDI-P, PBR, and PKS to back Megawati, however moved to Yudhoyono’s camp after he won the presidential eletion at 2014 2. Legislative
  • 8. Supreme Court Constitutional Court Public Court  Indonesia's highest court  Led by a chairman, currently Hatta Ali.  Rules over disputes concerning the Constitution of Indonesia as well as matters involving elections and political parties  Headed by Hamdan Zoelva Comprise the district courts at the first level and the high courts at the appellate leve after which any appeal goes to the Supreme Court. For Muslim citizens to resolve matters such as marriage, inheritance and property donated for religious purposes Ensure that people would not be treated arbitrarily by government officials or organizations 3. Judicial Religious Courts Administrative Courts
  • 9. President Vice President 30 minitries (Currently) Province (34) Regency (405) City (97) District (6543) Village (75244) District Administration Governor Regent Mayor Head of District Head of Village Name Term Political Party 1st Sukarno 18.08.1945- 12.03.1967 Non-Partisan 2nd Suharto 12.03.1967- 21.05.1998 Golkar with military support 3rd Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie 21.05.1998- 20.10.1999 Golkar 4th bdurrahman Wahid 20.10.1999- 23.07.2001 National Awakening Party 5th Megawati Sukarnoputri 23.07.2001- 20.10.2004 Indonesian Democratic Party- Struggle 6th Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono 20.10.2004- 20.10.2014 Democratic Party 7th Joko Widodo 20.10.2014- Indonesian Democratic Party- Struggle Structure of Executive List of President 4. Executive
  • 10. Vice president 1st presidency (2004-2009) 2nd presidency (2009-2014) Jusuf Kalla Boediono Name Dr. H. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Place Pacitan, Jawa Timur Date of birth 09 September 1949 Political Party Democratic Party (Demokrat) Education Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenwort, Kansas - AS Master of Art (MA) from Management Webster University, Missouri Doctorate (Dr) Institut Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia (2004) Career 2001-2004 Coordinating Minister for Political and Security Affairs, Gotong Royong Cabinet 1999-2000 Minister of Mining and Energy, Abdurrahman Wahid Cabinet 1998 Chief of the Social and Political Staff of the Indonesian Armed Forces Current President of Republic of Indonesia -Chairman of Golkar (2004-2009) -Distrusted by Yudhoyono (UKP3R - Presidential Work Unit for the Organization of Reform Program- considered as means of exclude Kalla from the government) -Re-elected as an vice president for the next 2014- 2019 period -Coordinating Minister for the Economy during Yudhoyono’s 1st presidency cabinet -Governor of the Indonesian central bank (2008) 4. Executive
  • 11. Coordinating Ministers 1 Political, Law and Security Affairs Air Chief Marshal (Ret.) Djoko Suyanto none* 2 Economics Chairul Tanjung none 3 People's Welfare Agung Laksono Golkar 4 State Secretary Lieutenant General (Ret.) Sudi Silalahi none* Ministers Leading Departments 1 Home Affairs Gamawan Fauzi None 2 Foreign Affairs Marty Natalegawa none 3 Defense Purnomo Yusgiantoro none 4 Justice and Human Rights Amir Syamsuddin Democratic Party 5 Finance Muhammad Chatib Basri none 6 Energy and Mineral Resources Jero Wacik Democratic Party 7 Industry M S Hidayat Golkar 8 Trade Gita Wirjawan none 9 Agriculture Suswono Prosperous Justice Party 10 Forestry Zulkifli Hasan National Mandate Party 11 Transportation Major General (Ret.) Evert Ernest Mangindaan Democratic Party* 12 Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Sharif Cicip Sutardjo Golkar 13 Manpower and Transmigration Muhaimin Iskandar National Awakening Party President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Cabinet United Indonesia Cabinet II | 2009-2014 4. Executive
  • 12. State Ministers 14 Public Works Djoko Kirmanto none 15 Health Nafsiah Mboi none 16 Education and Culture Muhammad Nuh none 17 Social Services Salim Segaf Al Jufri Prosperous Justice Party 18 Religious Affairs Lukman Hakim Saifuddin United Development Party 19 Tourism and Creative Economy Mari E. Pangestu none 20 Informatics and Communication Tifatul Sembiring Prosperous Justice Party 21 Research and Technology Gusti Muhammad Hatta none 22 Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises Syarief Hasan Democratic Party 23 Environment Berth Kambuaya none 24 Female Empowerment and Child Protection Linda Amalia Sari Agum Gumelar none 25 Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Azwar Abubakar National Mandate Party 26 Development of Disadvantaged Regions Ahmad Helmy Faishal Zaini National Awakening Party 27 National Development Planning and Chairperson of the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) Armida Alisjahbana none 28 State Enterprises Dahlan Iskan none 29 Youth and Sports Affairs Roy Suryo Democratic Party 30 Public Housing Djan Faridz United Development Party 4. Executive President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Cabinet United Indonesia Cabinet II | 2009-2014
  • 13. Officials of Ministerial Rank Head of the Presidential Working Unit for Development Supervision and Control Kuntoro Mangkusubroto none Head of the Investment Coordination Board Mahendra Siregar none Head of the State Intelligence Agency Lieutenant General Marciano Norman none Attorney General Basrief Arief none Indonesian National Armed Forces Chief of Staff Admirazl Agus Suhartono none* Indonesian National PoliceChief Police General Timur Pradopo none 4. Executive President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Cabinet United Indonesia Cabinet II | 2009-2014
  • 14. Presidential Election 2014 According to the 2008 election law, only parties or coalitions controlling 20% of DPR seats or winning 25% of the popular votes in the 2014 parliamentary elections are eligible to nominate a candidate  No party exceeded the threshold in the 2014 legislative elections, therefore two coalitions were formed 5. New Government of 2014 (PDI-P/Hanura/NasDem/PKB) (Gerindra/Golkar/PPP/PKS/PAN/Demokrat) PDI-P Coalition Red and White coalition Joko Widodo Prabowo Subianto
  • 15. Joko Widodo Prabowo Subianto Running Mate Jusuf Kalla Hatta Rajasa Career  Governor of Jakarta  Former Mayor of Surakarta  Former Business man – Furniture trader  Former commander of the Army  Strategic Reserve Command  2009 vice-presidential candidate Detail  Not from a miliraty or political elite – a business man from humble family  Has a unique blusukan management style, which includes making unannounced visits to the streets to find out problems on the ground.  Backed by Megawati  Former Suharto’s son in law  Removed from his army command following allegations of human rights violations in 1998.  Desire to return to its original constitution Presidential Election 2014 5. New Government of 2014 Total Turn Out : 134,953,967 (69.58%) 70,997,833 (53.15%) 62,576,444 (46.85%) Joko Widodo Prabowo Subianto Joko Widodo has been elected to the 2014-2019 Presidency
  • 16. President-elect Joko Widodo Hometown Surakarta Education Bachelor of Forestry , Gadjah Mada University, Career 2012- 15th Governor of Jakarta 2005-2012 16th Mayor of Surakarta -2005 Business man – Furniture Trader Detail  Born and raised up in poor family that affected his way of thinking and his leadership later on as a politician to carry out policies for ordinary people  Man of the People – Friendly toward people  "can-do" (punya gaye) attitude -carry forward a policy fastly ex) Public Health card program of Jakarta was done earlier than the national one which took much longer time 5. New Government of 2014
  • 17. Formation of New Cabinet 2014-2019 Foreign Affairs No deputy ministers for the other ministry Population Ministry Agrarian Ministry Creative Economy Ministry 18 Professionals 16 Professional Political Party Members Jokowi’s Gov. (15 Sep, annoncement by President-elect Jokowi) 34 Ministers 16 Professionals 17 Political Party Politicisans Current Gov. 33 Ministers 17 Deputy Ministers 1 Deputy Ministers Met with criticism, with some saying that Jokowi has failed to form the politically impartial Cabinet he had promised. The final Cabinet lineup would be announced a week after his inauguration. The transition team said the cabinet was too large and proposed to slash the number of ministries to 27, which it believed could save the state budget by around Rp 3.4 trillion per year. However, Jokowi announced that 34 ministers will be working for his government. Newly Organized Jokowi opening up the slots for politicians from parties could serve as an incentive to parties in Red-and-White Coalition, led by Prabowo to join his coalition 5. New Government of 2014
  • 18. Coordinating Ministers 1 Coordinating Economic Ministry 2 Coordinating Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Ministry 3 Coordinating People’s Welfare Ministry Ministers Leading Departments 1 Home Affairs 17 Religious Affairs 2 Foreign Affairs 18 Tourism and Creative Economy 3 Defense 19 Informatics and Communication 4 Justice and Human Rights 20 Research, Technology and Higher Education (Former, Research and Technology) 5 Finance 21 Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises 6 Energy and Mineral Resources 22 Environment 7 Industry 23 Female Empowerment and Child Protection 8 Trade 24 Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform 9 Agriculture 25 Development of Disadvantaged Regions 10 Transportation 27 State Enterprises 11 *Maritime (Former, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries) 28 Youth and Sports Affairs 12 Manpower and Transmigration 29 Public Housing 13 *Infrastructure (Former, Public Works) 30 Population Ministry 14 Health 31 Agrarian Ministry 15 Education and Culture 32 Creative Economy Ministry 16 Social Services President–elect Jokowi’s Cabinet | 2014-2019 Professional Professional Professional Professional Newly Organized Newly Organized Newly Organized 5. New Government of 2014 (expected) *Changed
  • 19. Theme of the Government Adopt the spirit of the “Trisakti” principle formulated by the country’s first president, Sukarno which is ‘political sovereignty’, ‘economic independence’ and ‘national character’ Aiming an economic growth rate of 7 % 1 Building Infrastructure 2 Reducing Subsidy “Trisakti”  Maritime Plan “Ocean Toll Road” -The planned ocean toll road is a massive, rapid sea-transportation system designed to continually transport goods from the westernmost area of the country to the less-developed eastern region -Hoever, this has raised concerns about the potential impact to the environment Outlook of the New Government of 2014 5. New Government of 2014  Would reduce the fuel subsidy by Rp 60 trillion (US$ 5.22 billion) More room to fund a policy agenda that includes widening access to health care and reducing inequality.
  • 20. Strengthen the legal system and law enforcement Thorough Management of Government 1 Tight budget management Fighting with Corruption  Jokowi had been privy to the details of the 2015 budget prepared by the outgoing administration and found out some unnecessary items such as Rp 18 trillion item for “meetings of ministries”  He would reallocate this money for higher priority to social programs  Will derive Mental Revolution of government officials  Higher power will be given to Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) 3 Strengthen the power of local government -Crackdown on illegal activities in the country’s energy, defense, agriculture and trade sectors 1 Stern Masurement against Illegal Action 1 2 Outlook of the New Government of 2014 5. New Government of 2014 -Appointment of a reformist police chief to reform one of the most corrupt public institutions in Indonesia Reforming the police force2
  • 21. Pro Cons Jokowi’s Coalition Prabowo Subianto's Red-and-White Coalition 287 seats 273 seats 1. Not an overspending 2. Secure direct democracy 1. Costly 2. Corruption  Abolishing Direct Election of Reginal Leaders? 5. New Government of 2014 - Indonesia's parliament on Friday approved legislation ending direct elections - President-elect Joko Widodo criticized this as a "big step back" for the country. Indonesia introduced direct elections for governors and mayors, in 2005, allowing for a new breed of politician to emerge that were not linked to the political elite, with Widodo being the best-known example. But direct elections in Indonesia, has been proposed to scrap in the parliament. Direct Election of Reginal Leaders has been scrapped (26th Sep 2014) Current Political Issue -President SBY has issued two government regulations in lieu of law (Perppu) aimed at defending the direct election of regional heads - For the Perppu to take effect, it must be endorsed by the House three months after its issuance. However, Yudhoyono is expected to leave office on Oct. 20. SBY has been taken an action to amend the law (30th Sep 2014)
  • 22. PAN and PPP join the Jokowi’s coalition? -Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) party held a national meeting which 1,500 PDI-P party members from all over the country are attending -National Mandate Party (PAN) and the United Development Party (PPP) are attending the Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) national meeting -The selection process for cabinet had yet to begin as the coalition was waiting for PAN and PPP to decide whether they would join the coalition ⇒ If so, PDI-P Coalition will be majority party and Jokowi’s Government would secure a base for stable management of the state administration Parliamentary group Seats % Gerindra Coalition (Current Governing Party) 265 47% Party of the Functional Groups (Golkar) 91 16% Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) 73 13% Democratic Party (Demokrat) 61 11% Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) 40 7% PDI-P Coalition (Current Opposition Party) 295 53% Indonesian Democratic Party- Struggle (PDI-P) 109 19% National Awakening Party (PKB) 47 8% National Democratic Party (NasDem) 35 6% People’s Conscience Party (Hanura) 16 3% National Mandate Party (PAN) 49 9% United Development Party (PPP) 39 7% Total 560 5. New Government of 2014 Current Political Issue
  • 23. Coordinating Ministers 1 Coordinating Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Ministry Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno former Navy chief of staff 2008-2009/NasDem Party top executive 2 Coordinating Economic Ministry Sofyan Djalil former state-owned enterprises minister 3 Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Indroyono Susilo an executive with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) 4 Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Puan Maharani legislator/PDI-P top executive/ Daughter of Megawati Ministers Leading Departments 1 Home Tjahjo Kumolo legislator/PDI-P top executive 2 Foreign Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi Indonesian ambassador to the Netherlands 3 Defense Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu former Army chief of staff 2002-2004 President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019 5. New Government of 2014
  • 24. Ministers Leading Departments 4 Law and Human Rights Yasona H. Laoly legislator/PDI-P politician 5 Finance Bambang Brodjonegoro deputy finance minister 6 Energy and Mineral Resources Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Sudirman Said PT Pindad president/former PT Pertamina executive 7 Industry Saleh Husin Hanura Party politician 8 Trade Rahmat Gobel businessman 9 Environment and Forestry Siti Nurbaya NasDem politician/former civil servant 10 Agriculture Amran Sulaiman Hasanuddin University lecturer 11 Agrarian and Spatial Planning Ferry Musyidan Baldan NasDem Party politician 12 Transportation Ignasius Jonan PT Kereta Api Indonesia president 5. New Government of 2014 President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019
  • 25. Ministers Leading Departments 13 Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti owner of airline operator Susi Air 14 Manpower and Transmigration Dhakiri PKB politician 15 Public Works and Public Housing Basuki Hadimuljono Public Works Ministry top official 16 Health Nila Moeloek Indonesian representatives for MDGs 17 Culture and Elementary and Secondary Education Anies Baswedan . Paramadina University rector 18 Social Affairs Khofifah Indra Parawansa former women’s empowerment minister 19 Religious Affairs Lukman Hakim Saifuddin current religious affairs minister 20 Communications and Information Rudiantara PT Indosat commissioner, former top executives for PT Semen Indonesia, PT PLN, PT XL Axiata 21 Research, Technology and Higher Education M. Nasir Diponegoro University rector 5. New Government of 2014 *Changed President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019
  • 26. Ministers Leading Departments 22 Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Yohana Susana Yembise Cendrawasih University lecturer 23 Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Yuddy Chrisnandi Hanura Party politician 24 Villages, Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration Marwan Jafar PKB politician 25 National Development Planning (National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) chief) Andrinof Chaniago University of Indonesia lecturer 26 State Owned Enterprises Rini Soemarno former trade minister 2001-2004/former PT Astra International president 27 Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises AAGN Puspayoga PDI-P politician 28 Tourism Arief Yahya PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia president director 29 Youth and Sports Imam Nahrawi PKB politician 30 State Secretary Pratikno Gadjah Mada University rector 5. New Government of 2014 *Changed President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019
  • 27. 5. New Government of 2014 From Political Parties PDI-P 5 Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister, Home, Law and Human Rights, Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises NasDem 3 Coordinating Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Ministry, Environment and Forestry, Agarian & Spatial Planning PKB 3 Manpower and Transmigration, Villages· Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration, Youth and Sports Hanura 2 Industry, Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform PPP 1 Religious Affairs President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019  Master at George Washington University, 1994 Anti-corruption activist who co-founded the Indonesian Transparency Society [MTI]  President director at state weapons maker PT Pindad  Top executive at publicly listed oil contractor PT Petrosea and at publicly listed energy and mining company PT Indika Energy.  Worked with Kuntoro Mangkusubroto as his deputy at the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Agency for Aceh and Nias (BRR)  Corporate secretary for state energy company PT Pertamina in 2008 as well as chief of the company's supply chain management (2008-2009) that deals with the importation of fuel and crude oil  At Pertamina, Sudirman was a confidant of then Pertamina president director Ari Soemarno Energy, mineral minister ’Sudirman Said’
  • 28. 5. New Government of 2014 President Jokowi’s Working Cabinet | 2014-2019  Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan 1987  Second generation of Gabel family, owner of Gabel Group  Former PT Panasonic Gabel  Expected to be pragmatic about freeing up trade - given that entrepreneurial background in the family, he would be very supportive of business and making it easier, lowering the barrier to do business  Close to businessman Bakrie, who is the head of Golkar -Bakrie has problems with his business empire and tax and it have been very controversial issues with him using political power in order to benefit his business empire Trade minister ’Rahmat Gobel ’  Wellesly College, Messachusetts, US, 1958 Former Trade and Industry ministrer, 2001-2004 (Megawati’s presidency)  Confident of Megawati State Owned Enterprises ‘Rini Soemarno’
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