Habibie

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Ha•bi•bie

(hɑˈbi bi)
n.
Bacharuddin Jusuf, born 1936, president of Indonesia since 1998.
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Tribune News Network The Indonesian Ambassador to Qatar Air Marshal (ret) HE Muhammad Basri Sidehabi praised the efforts of the Indonesian community in Qatar for supporting the 'crowd-funding' efforts for the development of the R80 turboprop aircraft designed by the Third Indonesian President, Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie (BJ Habibie).
In his remarks, the former President of Indonesia, Dr Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, emphasised the need to focus on science & technology, and the development of human resources in order to achieve meaningful development.
Jamil Maidan Flores, who wrote speeches for Indonesian presidents Suharto, Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, Abdurrahman Wahid, Megawati Sukarnoputri, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and the incumbent, Joko Widodo, points out that the Philippines is doing much better than Indonesia in terms of economic growth.
1- Turkey's President Abdullah Gul, who is visiting Indonesia, will meet former Indonesian President Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie and attend a dinner to be hosted by Turkish Ambassador in Jakarta Murat Adali.
In October 1999, Wahid, who was also the founder of National Awakening Party, replaced Bachruddin Jusuf Habibie, who as vice president in 1998 was appointed to succeed Suharto.
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.
Intensas protestas estudiantiles lograron la dimision de Suharto en 1998 e impulsaron la apertura con la designacion de presidente a traves de la Asamblea Constitutiva Popular, que nombro a Jusuf Habibie y meses despues a Abderraman Wahid como mandatarios, obligados a dimitir por su incompetencia.
The most important was the Natuna Project Execution Team, chaired by Jusuf Habibie, then the minister of research and technology, and its advisors included the then armed forces chief Gen.
Confidence in the Indonesian economy took a further nose dive when rumours emerged that Soeharto would appoint his Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie (61), to the vice-presidency.
His deputy and despised crony Jusuf Habibie was sworn in as new leader to the fury of the students who started the "people power" revolt.
Students were divided over the appointment of Jusuf Habibie as Indonesia's new president yesterday, with most denouncing him as a member of a discredited leadership although some wanted to give him a chance.
Suharto said new president Jusuf Habibie would stay in charge until the year 2003.