Soeharto


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 (so͞o-här′tō)
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In Indonesia, the former dictator Soeharto set up a specialized administrative court to curb lower-level corruption (Bourchier 1999).
The country has not built any new refineries since 1994, when former president Soeharto inaugurated a refinery in Balongan, West Java.
On the other hands, there are a lot of Muslims such as Soeharto, Try Sutrisno, and others, but they are not considered as the representatives of Muslims?
Among other known state guests who planted saplings at the garden included President of Republic of Indonesia General Soeharto, Head of State of Turkey General Kehan Evern, Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Bin Mohammad, President of Socialist Republic of Romania Nicolae Ceausescu, President of Iran Hojjatoleslam Akbar Hashmi Rafsanjani, President of UAE and ruler of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyyan, President of Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Chandrika Bandaranike Kumaratunga and President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai.
However, through a combination of several factors in the Soeharto era--centralization of government, migration, Soeharto's political programme on transmigration, competition for scarce resources, and state-monitored ceremonialism--ethnic identity intensified wherever the sense of ethnicity could not be separated from a sense of territory.
But under Soeharto, who became the president between 1965 and 1999, there was an attempt to create a unified Indonesian identity by banning Chinese language, celebrations and even Chinese names.
2002) 'The Soeharto era and after: stability, development and crisis, 1966-2000'.
In this research woody aboveground biomass measurements are done in secondary forests in East-Kalimantan, Indonesia, in three locations: Bukit Soeharto (secondary forest), KRUS (secondary forest) and PT REA (secondary forests nearby and inside an oil palm plantation).
Since the ouster of the authoritarian President Soeharto in 1998, the country has conducted two free and fair elections marked by thundering moderation, which is reassuring for those worried about the compatibility of Islam and democracy.
The democratic climate of the Indonesian industrial relations has risen since the fall of the regime Soeharto in 1998.
He has been working in Indonesia since 1997, when he was a Henry Luce Scholar in Economic Policy based in Jakarta during the last days of the Soeharto regime.