Asia Pacific Report 65
Indonesian Ministry 2004


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    Asia Pacific Report Number 65, 15th December 2004

    In This Issue:
    1. The New Indonesian Cabinet 2004-2009

    On 21st October 2004 the recently elected Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono announced his cabinet for 2004-2009. Below, we have provided a list of names, which link to background information and some comment on each minister. Source: The Jakarta Post.
    PresidentSusilo Bambang YudhoyonoSee previous report for profile
    Vice PresidentJusuf Kalla See previous report for profile
    Coordinating Ministers Political, Legal and Security Affairs Admiral (ret.) Widodo Adi Sucipto
    The Economy Aburizal Bakrie
    People's Welfare Dr Alwi Shihab
    Ministers Home Affairs Lt. Gen. (ret) M. Ma'ruf
    Foreign Affairs Hassan Wirayuda
    Defence Dr Juwono Sudarsono
    Justice and Human Rights Hamid Awaluddin
    Finance Jusuf Anwar
    Energy and Natural Resources Dr Purnomo Yusgiantoro
    Industry Dr Andung Nitimiharja
    Trade Dr Marie Elka Pangestu
    Agriculture Dr Anton Apriyanto
    Forestry Malam Sambat Ka'ban
    Transportation Hatta Rajasa
    Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Freddy Numberi
    Health Dr Fadilah Supari
    Manpower and Transmigration Fahmi Idris
    Public Works Djoko Kirmanto
    Education Dr Bambang Sudibyo
    Social Services Bachtiar Chamsyah
    Religious Affairs Muhammad Maftuh Basyuni
    State Ministers Culture and Tourism Jero Wacik
    Research and Technology Kusmayanto Kadiman
    Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises Suryadarma Ali
    The Environment Rachmat Witoelar
    Women's Empowerment Meutia Farida Hatta Swasono
    Administrative Reform Taufik Effendi
    Acceleration of Development in Backward Regions Saifullah Yusuf
    State Enterprises Soegiharto
    Information and Communication Sofyan A. Djalil
    Public Housing M. Yusuf Asy'ari
    Youth and Sports Affairs Adhyaksa Dault
    Minister/State Secretary Yusril Ihza Mahendra
    Cabinet Secretary Sudi Silalahi
    of the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) Sri Mulyani Indrawati
    Attorney General Abdul Rachman Saleh


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