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Second Revised Dwikora Cabinet

President Sukarno appointing the Second Revised Dwikora Cabinet on 24 February 1966

The second revised Dwikora Cabinet (Indonesian: Kabinet Dwikora Yang Disempurnakan Lagi) was the Indonesian cabinet which served under President Sukarno from March 1966 until July 1966. The Cabinet was formed after Lieutenant General Suharto, using the powers that Sukarno gave to him in Supersemar, arrested 15 Ministers from the Revised Dwikora Cabinet suspected of being sympathizers of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI).

President

Office of the President

Ministers in the Field of Social and Political Affairs

Ministers in the Field of Economics, Finance, and Development

Ministers in the Field of Defense and Security

  • Deputy Prime Minister for Defense and Security/Commander of the Army: brig. Gen. Suharto
  • Commander of the Navy: R. Adm. Muljadi
  • Deputy Commander of the Navy: Marines Maj. Gen. Hartono
  • Commander of the Air Force: Air Cdre. Rusmin Nurjadin
  • Chief of Police: Police Gen. Sucipto Judodiharjo
  • Minister of Veterans' Affairs and Demobilization: Maj. Gen. Sarbini
  • Attorney General: Brig. Gen. Sugih Arto

Ministers in the Field of Political Institutions

Minister in the Field of Governing Bodies

References

  • Simanjuntak, P. N. H. (2003), Kabinet-Kabinet Republik Indonesia: Dari Awal Kemerdekaan Sampai Reformasi (in Indonesian), Jakarta: Djambatan, pp. 279–296,  

External links

  • Indonesian Cabinets Page on Indonesian Embassy in UK
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