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Second Working Cabinet

Second Working Cabinet
Kabinet Kerja II

20th Cabinet of Indonesia
Indonesian Government (Executive Branch)
Date formed 18 February 1960 (1960-02-18)
Date dissolved 6 March 1962 (1962-03-06)
People and organisations
Head of state Sukarno
Previous First Working Cabinet
Successor Third Working Cabinet

The Second Working Cabinet, (Indonesian: Kabinet Kerja II), was an Indonesian cabinet that served from 18 February 1960 until 6 March 1962, when President Sukarno reshuffled it.


  • Composition 1
    • Cabinet Leadership 1.1
    • Core Cabinet Ministers 1.2
    • Non-Core Cabinet Ministers 1.3
      • First Ministerial Section 1.3.1
      • National Security Ministry Section 1.3.2
      • Production Ministry Section 1.3.3
      • Distribution Ministry Section 1.3.4
      • Development Ministry Section 1.3.5
    • Ministry Level Officials 1.4
  • Changes 2
  • References 3


Cabinet Leadership

Core Cabinet Ministers

  • Minister of National Defense: Lt. Gen. Abdul Haris Nasution
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs: Subandrio
  • Minister of Home Affairs and Autonomy: Ipik Gandamana
  • Minister of Justice: Sahardjo
  • Minister of Finance I: Djuanda
  • Minister of Finance II: Notohamiprodjo
  • Minister of Production: Col. Suprajogi
  • Minister of Distribution: Johannes Leimena
  • Minister of Development: Chairul Saleh
  • Minister of Public Prosperity: Muljadi Djojomartono
  • Minister of Health: Col. Dr. Satrio
  • Minister of Education & Culture: Prijono
  • Minister of Religious Affairs: Wahib Wahab
  • Minister/Deputy Chairman of the People's Representative Council: Roeslan Abdulgani
  • Minister/Chairman of the National Planning Agency Muhammad Yamin
  • Minister of Relations with the Legislature: W.J. Rumambi
  • Minister/Presidential Legal Adviser: Wirjono Prodjodikoro

Non-Core Cabinet Ministers

First Ministerial Section

  • Minister of Information: Maladi
  • Minister of Relations with Religious Scholars: Fattah Jasin
  • Minister of Manpower Mobilization: Sudibjo
  • Minister of Manpower Mobilization: Soedjono

National Security Ministry Section

  • Minister/Deputy Minister for National Defense: Maj. Gen. Hidajat
  • Minister/Chief-of-Staff of the Army: Gen. A.H. Nasution
  • Minister/Chief-of-Staff of the Navy: Com. R.E. Martadinata
  • Minister/Chief-of-Staff of the Air Force: Lt. Gen. S. Surjadarma
  • Minister/Chief of the National Police: Insp. Gen. Soekarno Djojonegoro
  • Junior Minister of Veteran Affairs: Col. Sambas Atmadinata
  • Minister/Attorney General: Gunawan

Production Ministry Section

  • Minister of Agriculture: Brig. Gen. Azis Saleh
  • Minister of Public Works and Manpower: Sardjono Dipokusumo
  • Minister of Labor: Ahem Erningpradja

Distribution Ministry Section

  • Minister of Land Transportation and Post, Telecommunications and Tourism: Maj. Gen. Djatikusumo
  • Junior Minister of Maritime Transportation: Abdul Mutalib Danuningrat
  • Junior Minister of Air Transportation: Col. R. Iskander
  • Junior Minister of Trade: Arifin Harahap

Development Ministry Section

  • Minister of Basic Industries and Mining: Chairul Saleh
  • Minister of People's Industry: R. Suharto
  • Minister of Agrarian Affairs: Sadjarwo
  • Minister of Transmigration, Cooperatives & Development of Village Communities: Achmadi

Ministry Level Officials


  • From 1 July 1960, Djuanda was no longer Finance Minister I.
  • On 20 December 1960, Subandrio was appointed Secondy Deputy First Minister. He retained his position as Foreign Minister.
  • On 3 March 1962, the position of Minister of Education & Culture was renamed Minister of Education, Knowledge & Culture. A new section, Education, Knowledge & Culture, was formed comprising the Department of Basic Education and Culture, led by Minister Prijono and the Department of Higher education and Knowledge, led by Minister Iwa Kusumasumantri.
  • On 19 January 1962, Minister/Air Force Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. S. Surjadarma was replaced by Maj. Gen. Omar Dani.
  • On 28 February 1962, Minister of Religious Affairs Wahib Wahab was replaced by Sjaifuddin Zuchris


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