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Ampera Cabinet

The Ampera Cabinet (Indonesian: Kabinet Ampera) was the Indonesian Cabinet which served under President Sukarno and later on, Acting President Suharto from July 1966 until October 1967. The Cabinet was formed after the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly (MPRS) session of 1966 which commissioned Suharto to form a new Cabinet.[1] Although Sukarno would not be removed from the Presidency for some months, for all intents and purposes, the person who was truly in charge of the Cabinet and Indonesia by this point was Suharto.

President

Cabinet Presidium

  • Chairman/Chief Minister of Defense and Security/Commander of the Army: Lt. Gen. Suharto
  • Chief Minister of Political Affairs/Minister of Foreign Affairs: Adam Malik
  • Chief Minister of People's Welfare: Idham Chalid
  • Chief Minister of Economics and Finance: Hamengkubuwono IX
  • Chief Minister of Industry and Development: Sanusi Hardjadinata

Ministers in the Field of Defense and Security

Ministers in the Field of Political Affairs

Ministers in the Field of People's Welfare

Ministers in the Field of Economics and Finance

Ministers in the Field of Industry and Development

  • Minister of Basic Industries, Light Industries, and Energy: Maj. Gen. M Jusuf
  • Minister of Textile and Handicraft Industries: Sanusi
  • Minister of Mines: Slamet Bratanata
  • Minister of Public Works: Sutami

Changes

  • 12 March 1967: Sukarno was dismissed from the Presidency by the MPRS. He was replaced by Suharto who assumed the office of Acting President.

References

  • Simanjuntak, P. N. H. (2003). Kabinet-Kabinet Republik Indonesia: Dari Awal Kemerdekaan Sampai Reformasi (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Djambatan. pp. 297–314.  

Notes

  1. ^ Elson, Robert (2001). Suharto: A Political Biography. UK: The Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. p. 144.  

External links

  • Indonesian Cabinets Page on Indonesian Embassy in UK
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