Sahbirin Noor

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Sahbirin Noor
Governor of South Kalimantan
Assumed office
12 February 2016
President Joko Widodo
Deputy Rudy Resnawan
Preceded by Tarmizi Abdul Karim
Personal details
Born 12 November 1967
Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia
Citizenship Indonesian
Spouse(s) Hj. Raudatul Jannah, SKM

Sahbirin Noor is an Indonesian politician and current the governor of South Kalimantan.[1] He vice governor Rudy Resnawan rebounded after having initially looked poised to lose the gubernatorial election in 2015.[2] Noor has taken the initiative to rehabilitate about sixty-thousand hectares of degraded land in the province.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jokowi inaugurates newly elected governors. Jakarta Post, 12 February 2016. Accessed 2 March 2017.
  2. ^ Hans Nicholas Jong, Haeril Halim, and Fedina S. Sundaryani, Incumbents Entrench Rule. Jakarta Post, 10 December 2015. Accessed 2 March 2017.
  3. ^ Yose Rizal, South Kalimantan to Rehabilitate 59,000 Hectares of Degraded Land. Jakarta Globe, 8 February 2017. Accessed 2 March 2017.