Hendarman Supandji

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Hendarman Supandji (born January 6, 1947) is an Indonesian lawyer and politician from Klaten, Central Java. He graduated from the Law Faculty of Diponegoro University in 1972. He is part of the United Indonesia Cabinet and served as Attorney General of Indonesia between May 7, 2007 and Sept. 23, 2010.[1] He succeeded Abdul Rahman Saleh

Hendarman's tenure as Attorney General ended on Sept. 23, 2010 after the Indonesian Supreme Court upheld a review which stated that he should have been re-inaugurated at the start of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's second term of office in 2009. [2] The position is now occupied by acting Attorney General Darmono. [3]

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