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(hɑˈbi bi)
Bacharuddin Jusuf, born 1936, president of Indonesia since 1998.
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To improve the quality of Human Resources (HR), Gorontalo Governor Rusli Habibie has cooperated with the President University of PT Jababeka Tbk.
Habibie who went on to become the third President of Indonesia after the downfall of "the father of development", President Soeharto.
When Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie launched his memoir Detik-Detik Yang Menentukan (Decisive Moments) in September 2006, a book based on his daily notes taken during his short-lived presidency, it captured huge public attention in Indonesia.
It starts by following the Australian ambassador as he goes to meet President Habibie three days before Christmas in 1998.
In 1999, popularly elected Wahid replaced Habibie and introduced democratic reforms.
It analyzes examples of borrowing from political speeches of former President Habibie and current President Abdurrahman Wahid (Gus Dur).
The reports said Bukaka had won the project because the bidding was held under the Habibie administration.
The organization, called "The Habibie Center", is to focus on developing a "tradition of democracy" in Indonesia.
As Habibie hoped, Indonesia's high-tech manufacturing sector took off like a rocket.
As a consequence, on 27 January 1999, Habibie announced that the people of East Timor would be given the chance to vote on whether they wished to remain as a part of Indonesia under what was claimed would be a wide-ranging autonomy, or to opt for independence.
President Bacharuddin Habibie is also under scrutiny for staging the East Timorese vote that rejected Indonesian rule and chose independence.
Recuerdese que Habibie y el general Wiranto (el jefe de las fuerzas armadas) fueron hombres de confianza del ex presidente y se oponian a cualquier proceso legal contra su protector.