|Name Dedi Mulyadi|
|Spouse Anne Ratna Mustika|
|Children Yudistira Manunggaling Rahmaning Hurip, Maulana Akbar Ahmad Habibie|
Parents Sahlin Ahmad Suryana, Karsiti
Similar People Ridwan Kamil, Ahmad Heryawan, Asep Sunandar Sunarya, Deddy Mizwar
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Dedi Mulyadi (born 11 April 1971) is an Indonesian politician and regent of Purwakarta, having held that position since 2008.
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- Satu Indonesia Bersama Bupati Purwakarta Dedi Mulyadi
- Political career
- FPI opposition
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Dedi Mulyadi was born in Sukasari, Subang on 11 April 1971 as the youngest of nine siblings. His father, Sahlin Ahmad Suryana, was a member of the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) and his mother, Kasiti, an Indonesian Red Cross activist.
Mulyadi is married to Anne Ratna Mustika (former Miss Purwakarta). They have 2 children: Maulana Akbar Ahmad Habibie and Yudistira Manunggaling Rahmaning Hurip.
Mulyadi finished elementary school at SD Subakti in 1984, junior high at SMP Kalijati in 1987 and senior high at SMA Negeri Purwadadi in 1990, all three located in Subang. Afterwards, he moved to Purwakarta to study law at Purnawarman law school until graduating in 1999.
In 1999, Mulyadi began his political career as member of Purwakarta's house of representatives for Golkar and the electorial district Tegalwaru. He subsequently was vice-secretary and secretary until he became leader of Golkar's local chapter in 2004. At the age of 32, Mulyadi became the youngest vice-regent, serving under Lily Hambali Hasan's regency over Purwakarta from 2003 to 2008. In turn, he was elected as the next regent of Purwakarta in 2008 and again for a second term in 2013. Mulyadi succeeded Irianto MS Syafiuddin as leader of Golkar in the Regional Representative Council of West Java in 2016.
In 2015–2016, the radical Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) launched several hate crimes, raids and attack against the Dedi Mulyadi administration in Purwakarta. FPI accused the Mulyadi of being a musyrik (polytheist) after he put up statues of Sundanese puppet characters in a number of parks throughout Purwakarta. The FPI also has accused Dedi of debasing Islamic tenets by using the Sundanese greeting sampurasun, instead of the more Islamic as-salamu alaykum. In December 2015 around a hundred FPI members inspected cars passing through the front gate of Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM) in Central Jakarta where the Indonesia Theater Federation Award was being held, trying to stop Mulyadi from attending the event.