List of Speakers of the People's Consultative Assembly

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Speaker of People's Consultative Assembly of Indonesia
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Coat of arms of the People's Consultative Assembly (Congress) of Indonesia
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Incumbent
Bambang Soesatyo

since 3 October 2019
Formation1960
First holderChaerul Saleh

This is a list of Speakers of the People's Consultative Assembly, the bicameral legislature of Indonesia. The list does not include chairs of the Central Indonesian National Committee. From 1960 to 1971 the assembly was named the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly.

No Photo Name
Assumed office Left office Term Party
Notes Deputies
1 ChairulSaleh.jpg Chaerul Saleh
(1916–1967)
1960
18 March 1966
1
Murba
[1]
Idham Chalid
Ali Sastroamidjojo
Wilujo Puspojudo
D.N. Aidit
Wiluyo Puspoyudo.jpg Wiluyo Puspoyudo
(1919–1968)
(acting)
18 March 1966
20 June 1966
Military
[2]
Idham Chalid
Ali Sastroamidjojo
2
Abdul Harris Nasution.jpg Abdul Haris Nasution
(1918–2000)
20 June 1966
28 October 1971
2
Military
[3]
Osa Maliki
Mashudi
Mohammad Subchan Z.E.
Melanchton Siregar
3 Idham Chalid.jpg Idham Chalid
(1921–2010)
28 October 1971
30 September 1977
3
NU
[note 1]
[4][5][6]
Sumiskum
Jailani Naro
Domo Pranoto (1971–1977)
Muhammad Sudjono (1977)
Mohammad Isnaeni
4 Adam Malik Batubara Official Portrait.jpg Adam Malik
(1917–1984)
1 October 1977
23 March 1978
4
Golkar
[7][8][9]
Mashuri Saleh
Masjkur
Kartidjo
Mohammad Isnaeni (1977–1982)
Hardjantho Soemodisastro (1982)
Achmad Lamo
5 Daryatmo.png Daryatmo
(1925–1992)
23 March 1978
30 September 1982
Golkar
[8][10][11]
6 Amirmachmud - Fourth Development Cabinet.jpg Amirmachmud
(1923–1995)
1 October 1982
30 September 1987
5
Golkar
[12]
Kharis Suhud
Amir Murtono
Hardjantho Soemodisastro
Nuddin Lubis
Soenandar Prijosoedarmo (1982–1984)
Gustaf Hendrik Mantik (1984–1987)
7 Kharis Suhud, 25 Tahun Pembangunan Pemerintah Orde Baru.jpg Kharis Suhud
(1925–2012)
1 October 1987
30 September 1992
6
Golkar
[13]
Syaiful Sulun
Raden Sukardi
Suryadi
Jailani Naro
Soeprapto
8 Wahono, Gedung MPR DPR RI - Sejarah dan Perkembangannya, pXVI.jpg Wahono
(1925–2004)
1 October 1992
30 September 1997
7
Golkar
[14][15]
Ismail Hasan Metareum
Suryadi
Soetedjo
John Ario Katili
Ahmad Amiruddin
9 Harmoko, The DPR-RI Stance on the Reform Process and the Resignation of President Soeharto, p39.jpg Harmoko
(born 1939)
1 October 1997
30 September 1999
8
Golkar
[16]
Syarwan Hamid (1997–1998)
Hari Sabarno (1998–1999)
Abdul Gafur [id]
Ismail Hasan Metareum
Fatimah Achmad
Poedjono Pranyoto
10 Amien Rais.jpg Amien Rais
(born 1944)
2 October 1999
30 September 2004
9
PAN
[note 2]
[17]
Ginandjar Kartasasmita
Kwik Kian Gie
Husnie Thamrin
Matori A. Djalil
Hari Sabarno
Oesman Sapta Odang
Jusuf Amir Feisal
Nazri Adlani
11 Hidayat Nur Wahid Official Portrait.jpg Hidayat Nur Wahid
(born 1960)
1 October 2004
30 September 2009
10
PKS
[18]
Andi Mappetahang Fatwa
Aksa Mahmud
Mooryati Soedibyo
12 M. Taufiq Kiemas Official.jpg Taufiq Kiemas
(1942–2013)
1 October 2009
8 June 2013
11
PDI-P
Hajriyanto Y. Thohari
Lukman Hakim Saifuddin (2009–2014)
Achmad Dimyati Natakusumah (2014)
Melani Leimena Suharli
Ahmad Farhan Hamid
13 Sidarto Danusubroto.jpg Sidarto Danusubroto
(born 1936)
8 July 2013
30 September 2014
14 Zulkifli Hasan Official Portrait.jpg Zulkifli Hasan
(born 1962)
8 October 2014
30 September 2019
12
PAN
Mahyudin
E.E. Mangindaan
Hidayat Nur Wahid
Oesman Sapta Odang
Since 2018:
Ahmad Basarah
Ahmad Muzani
Muhaimin Iskandar
15 Ketua DPR Bambang Soesatyo.jpg Bambang Soesatyo
(born 1962)
3 October 2019
Incumbent
13
Golkar
Ahmad Basarah
Ahmad Muzani
Lestari Moerdijat
Jazilul Fawaid
Syarief Hasan
Hidayat Nur Wahid
Zulkifli Hasan
Arsul Sani
Fadel Muhammad
  Murba
  Golkar

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Merged with the position of Speaker of the People's Representative Council.
  2. ^ Separated with the position of Speaker of the People's Representative Council.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Yahya, Lip D. (July 2006), Ajengan Cipasung, Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pasantren, LKiS, ISBN 9798452208
  • Junaedi, Didi (January 2014), Pahlawan-Pahlawan Indonesia Sepanjang Masa, Jakarta: Indonesia Tera, ISBN 9797752119
  • Suryadinata, Leo (March 1982), Trends in Indonesia II: Proceedings and Background Paper, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, ISBN 9789971690397
  • MPR/DPR RI (1997), Parlementaria: Majalah bulanan Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Republik Indonesia, Volume 29, Jakarta: Bagian Hubungan Masyarakat DPR-RI
  • Masuhara, Ayako (2015). The End of Personal Rule in Indonesia: Golkar and the Transformation of the Suharto Regime (Kyoto Area Studies on Asia). Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.
  • Djamily, Mizwar (1986). Mengenal Kabinet RI Selama 40 Tahun Indonesia Merdeka [Indonesian Cabinet for 40 Years of the Independence of Indonesia] (in Indonesia). Jakarta: PT. Kreasi Jaya Utama.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  • Gayatri, Sri Indera; Shalfiyanti; Amurwani; Dewi, Puspa; Purba, Isak (2009), Sejarah Pemikiran Indonesia III: 1967-1998, Jakarta: Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia
  • MPR/DPR RI (1998), The DPR-RI Stance on the Reform Process and the Resignation of President Soeharto, Jakarta: Secretariat General of the People's Representative Council of Indonesia
  • General Elections Commission (2013), Daftar Riwayat Hidup Bakal Calon Anggota DPR: Hidayat Nur Wahid (PDF)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Djamily 1986, pp. 126-127, 138
  2. ^ Djamily 1986, p. 173
  3. ^ Djamily 1986, p. 187
  4. ^ Yahya 2006, p. 171
  5. ^ Djamily 1986, p. 213
  6. ^ "NU calls for prayers for late Idham Chalid". NU Online. 11 July 2010. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  7. ^ Junaedi 2014, pp. 20–21, 119–120
  8. ^ a b Djamily 1986, p. 225
  9. ^ "Adam Malik: Si Kancil Pengubah Sejarah". Tokoh Indonesia. Retrieved 12 October 2015.
  10. ^ Suryadinata 1982, p. 27
  11. ^ "Ensiklopedi Tokoh Indonesia: Daryatmo". TokohIndonesia.com. Retrieved 14 October 2015.
  12. ^ Djamily 1986, p. 235
  13. ^ Gayatri et al., p. 310
  14. ^ MPR/DPR RI 1997, p. 5, 34, 46
  15. ^ Masuhara 2015, p. 120, 131–133
  16. ^ MPR/DPR RI 1998, p. 39-40
  17. ^ Gayatri et al., p. 53
  18. ^ General Elections Commission 2013, p. 2