Dwikora Cabinet

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The inaugaration of the Dwikora Cabinet on 27 August 1964

The Dwikora Cabinet, (Indonesian: Kabinet Dwikora), was the 21st Indonesian cabinet. President Sukarno reshuffled the previous cabinet on 27 August 1964 to produce a cabinet better able to implement the government policy he had announced in his Independence Day speech entitled "the Year of Living Dangerously". The cabinet was appointed on 2 September and served for a year and five months before being reshuffled on 21 February 1966.

Composition[edit]

Cabinet Leadership[edit]

Presidium[edit]

State Ministers Assigned to the Presidium[edit]

  • State Minister: Oei Tjoe Tat
  • State Minister: Nyoto
  • State Minister: Arifin Harahap
  • State Minister: Chairul Saleh

Ministers with the Status of Coordinating Ministers[edit]

  • Minister of National development Planning: Suharto
  • Minister/Chairman of the Supreme Audit Agency: Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX

Foreign and Foreign Economic Relations Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Subandrio
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations: Subandrio

Justice and Home Affairs Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Wirjono Prodjodikoro
  • Minister of Home Affairs: Sumarno Sosroatmodjo
  • Minister of Justice: Achmad Astrawinata
  • Minister/Chairman of the Supreme Court: Wirjono Prodjodikoro
  • Minister/Attorney General: Brig. Gen. Sutardhio

Defense and Security Section/Chief-of-Staff of the Indonesian National Armed Forces[edit]

Finance Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Sumarno
  • Minister of Supplies, Costs and Oversight: Mohammad Hasan
  • Minister of State Budget Affairs: Surjadi
  • Minister of Central Bank Affairs: Jusuf Muda Dalam

Development Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Chairul Saleh
  • Minister of Labor: Sutomo
  • Minister of National Research: Soedjono Djuned Pusponegoro
  • Minister of Public Works and Manpower: Maj. Gen. Suprajogi
  • Minister of People's Industry: Maj. Gen. Azis Saleh
  • Minister of Veterans' Affairs and Demobilization: Maj. Gen. Sarbini
  • Minister of Basic Industries and Mining: Chairul Saleh
  • State Minister Assigned to the Development Section: Ahem Erningpradja

Agriculture and Agrarian Affairs Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Sadjarwo
  • Minister of Agriculture: Sadjarwo
  • Minister of Plantations: Frans Seda
  • Minister of Forestry: Sudiarwo
  • Minister of Fisheries: Commodore Hamzah Atmohandojo
  • Minister of Agrarian Affairs: Rudolf Hermanses
  • Minister of the Development of Villagers: Ipik Gandamana

Distribution Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Johannes Leimena
  • Minister of Trade: Adam Malik
  • Minister of Land Transportation and Post, Telecommunications and Tourism: Lt. Gen. Hidajat
  • Minister of Maritime Transportation: Brig. Gen. Ali Sadikin
  • Minister of Air Transportation: Col. R. Iskander
  • Minister of Transmigration/ Cooperatives: Acmadi

Welfare Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister: Muljadi Djojomartono
  • Minister of Religious Affairs: Sjaifuddin Zuchri
  • Minister of Social Affairs: Rusiah Sardjono
  • Minister of Health: Maj. Gen. Dr. Satrio
  • Minister of Relations with Religious Scholars: Abdul Fattah Jasin

Education/Culture Section[edit]

  • Coordinating Minister : Prijono
  • Minister of Basic Education & Culture: Artati Marzuki Sudirdjo
  • Minister of Higher Education & Science: Brig. Gen. Sjarif Thajeb
  • Minister of Sport: Maladi

Relations with the People Section[edit]

Presidential Advisory State Ministers[edit]

  • Presidential/Prime Ministerial Advisory Minister of funds and forces: Notohamiiprodjo
  • State Minister Assigned to the President: Iwa Kusumasumantri
  • Minister and Military Adviser to the Indonesian President: Lt. Gen. S. Surjadarma
  • Domestic Security Adviser to the Indonesian President: Gen. (Pol) Sukarno Djojonegoro

Officials with the Status of Coordinating Ministers[edit]

  • Chairman of the People's Representative Council: Arudji Kartawinata
  • First Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Advisory Council: Sartono
  • Deputy Chairman of the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly: Ali Sastroamidjojo
  • Deputy Chairman of the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly: Idham Chalid
  • Deputy Chairman of the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly: Dipa Nusantara Aidit
  • Deputy Chairman of the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly: Brig. Gen. Wilujo Puspojudo

Officials with the Status of Ministers[edit]

  • State Secretary: Mohammad Ichsan
  • Cabinet Presidium Secretary: Abdul Wahab Surjoadiningrat
  • Deputy Chairman of the Mutual Assistance People's Representative Council: I. G. G. Subamia
  • Deputy Chairman of the Mutual Assistance People's Representative Council: M.H.Lukman
  • Deputy Chairman of the Mutual Assistance People's Representative Council: Mursalin Daeng Mamangung
  • Deputy Chairman of the Mutual Assistance People's Representative Council: Achmad Sjaichu

References[edit]

  • Simanjuntak, P. N. H. (2003), Kabinet-Kabinet Republik Indonesia: Dari Awal Kemerdekaan Sampai Reformasi (in Indonesian), Jakarta: Djambatan, pp. 248–267, ISBN 979-428-499-8