Harman Patil

Fifth Development Cabinet

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Head of state  Suharto
Status in legislature  Coalition
Fifth Development Cabinet
Date formed  23 March 1988 (1988-03-23)
Date dissolved  17 March 1993 (1993-03-17)
Member party  Golkar, Indonesian National Armed Forces, Indonesian Democratic Party and United Development Party
Predecessor  Fourth Development Cabinet

The Fifth Development Cabinet (Indonesian: Kabinet Pembangunan V) was the Indonesian Cabinet which served under President Suharto and Vice President Sudharmono from March 1988 until March 1993. It was formed after Suharto was elected to a 5th term as President by the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR).

Contents

The Five Cabinet Aims

  • Continuing, intensifying, deepening, and expanding the execution of National Development as an implementation of Pancasila with the Development Trilogy and National Resilience as its foundation.
  • Improving National Discipline with a State Apparatus as its pioneers and aiming towards a clean and legitimate Government.
  • Institutionalizing Pancasila, Pancasila Democracy, and the Guide to Learn and Apply Pancasila (P4) in daily life as a community, state, and nation.
  • Executing a free and active foreign policy for the National interest.
  • Holding a direct, universal, free, and secret Legislative Elections in 1992.
  • President and Vice President

  • President: Gen. (ret.) Suharto
  • Vice President: Lt. Gen. (ret.) Sudharmono
  • Coordinating Ministers

  • Coordinating Minister of Politics and Security: Adm. (ret.) Sudomo
  • Coordinating Minister of Economics, Finance, and Industry: Radius Prawiro
  • Coordinating Minister of People's Welfare: Gen. (ret.) Supardjo Rustam
  • Departmental Ministers

  • Minister of Home Affairs: Gen. (ret.) Rudini
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs: Ali Alatas
  • Minister of Defense and Security: Gen. (ret.) Benny Moerdani
  • Minister of Justice: Ismail Saleh
  • Minister of Information: Harmoko
  • Minister of Finance: JB Sumarlin
  • Minister of Trade: Arifin M. Siregar
  • Minister of Industry: Hartarto
  • Minister of Agriculture: Wardojo
  • Minister of Forestry: Hasjrul Harahap
  • Minister of Mines and Energy: Ginandjar Kartasasmita
  • Minister of Public Works: Radinal Mochtar
  • Minister of Transportation: Azwar Anas
  • Minister of Cooperatives: Lt. Gen. (ret.) Bustanil Arifin
  • Minister of Manpower: Cosmas Batubara
  • Minister of Transmigration: Sugiarto
  • Minister of Tourism, Post, and Telecommunication: Lt. Gen. (ret.) Susilo Sudarman
  • Minister of Education and Culture: Fuad Hassan
  • Minister of Health: Adhyatma
  • Minister of Religious Affairs: Munawir Sjadzali
  • Minister of Social Affairs: Haryati Soebadio
  • State Ministers

  • State Minister/State Secretary: Brig. Gen. Murdiono
  • State Minister of National Development Planning/Chairman of the National Development Planning Body (BAPPENAS): Saleh Afiff
  • State Minister of Research and Technology/Chairman of the Research and Implementation of Technology (BPPT): BJ Habibie
  • State Minister of Population and Environment: Emil Salim
  • State Minister of Housing: Siswono Yudohusodo
  • State Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports: Akbar Tanjung
  • State Minister of Administrative Reform: Sarwono Kusumaatmaja
  • State Minister of Female Empowerment: Sulaiskin Murpratomo
  • Junior Ministers

  • Junior Minister/Cabinet Secretary: Saadilah Mursyid
  • Junior Minister of Finance: Nasrudin Sumintapura
  • Junior Minister of Trade: Sudrajat Djiwandono
  • Junior Minister of Industry: Tungky Ariwibowo
  • Junior Minister of Agriculture: Yustika Sjarifuddin Baharsyah
  • Junior Minister of National Development Planning/Vice Chairman of BAPPENAS: BS Muljana
  • Official With Ministerial Rank

  • Commander of ABRI: Gen. Try Sutrisno
  • Attorney General: Sukarton Marmosudjono
  • Governor of the Central Bank: Adrianus Mooy
  • Changes

  • 1991: Sukarton Marmosudjono died and was replaced as Attorney General by Singgih.
  • February 1993: Try Sutrisno was replaced as ABRI Commander by General Edi Sudrajat
  • References

    Fifth Development Cabinet Wikipedia


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