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This profile was last updated on 5/17/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Budiman Sujatmiko

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Member

Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairperson
    PRD
  • President
    PRD
  • Activist
    PRD
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Budiman Sudjatmiko, former ...
www.asia-pacific-action.org, 17 May 2007 [cached]
Budiman Sudjatmiko, former Chairman of PRD, is now a member of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P).
Max Lane Indonesia Southeast Asia and International Affairs
blogs.usyd.edu.au [cached]
From L to R: Max Lane, Andi Arief, Boediono from PBR, Budiman Sujatmiko, Agus Jabo, Sylvester from Pelopor
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Budiman Sujatmiko, chairperson of the PRD during the Suharto years and a former political prisoner, assessed that there was an ongoing regeneration in the business and academic world, with younger people coming to the fore, but not in the political world.In discussing the different tactics being pursued by the younger generation of political leadership, he identified three trends, each representing an attitude towards political parties.The first was a position of rejecting involvement with political parties, concentrating on community organizing or just professional career paths; the second was the approach of trying to build a new party, such as he himself had once been involved in and the third was to enter into an existing party to try to seize it away from the older generation that currently dominated it.Sujatmiko left the PRD some time ago and has become an activist in the PDIP.
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From L. to R. at table: Budiman Sujatmiko, Zely Ariane (Coordinator of SERIAL), Max Lane
The action involved 58 Indonesian and ...
www.asia-pacific-action.org, 11 Mar 2007 [cached]
The action involved 58 Indonesian and East Timorese activists including Budiman at the Russian embassy and 29 Indonesian and 27 Timorese activists at the Dutch embassy.All those in the embassies were arrested and later released.
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Budiman Sudjatmiko, president of the PRD and arrested at one of the embassies, said after his release that the PRD would not give up its campaign against the Indonesian government's occupation in East Timor.
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In October 1995, Budiman Sudjatmiko and Dita jointly put forward the same demands during the formation of the "Indonesian Opposition" coalition.
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During the extraordinary congress of the People's Democratic Union in April 1996, the People's Democratic Party was founded, Dita was nominated as a candidate for the position of chairperson along with Budiman Sudjatmiko.
Max Lane Indonesia Southeast Asia and International Affairs
blogs.usyd.edu.au [cached]
From L to R: Max Lane, Andi Arief, Boediono from PBR, Budiman Sujatmiko, Agus Jabo, Sylvester from Pelopor
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Budiman Sujatmiko, chairperson of the PRD during the Suharto years and a former political prisoner, assessed that there was an ongoing regeneration in the business and academic world, with younger people coming to the fore, but not in the political world. In discussing the different tactics being pursued by the younger generation of political leadership, he identified three trends, each representing an attitude towards political parties. The first was a position of rejecting involvement with political parties, concentrating on community organizing or just professional career paths; the second was the approach of trying to build a new party, such as he himself had once been involved in and the third was to enter into an existing party to try to seize it away from the older generation that currently dominated it. Sujatmiko left the PRD some time ago and has become an activist in the PDIP.
Budiman Sujatmiko, ...
www.asia-pacific-action.org, 23 June 2007 [cached]
Budiman Sujatmiko, chairperson of the PRD during the Soeharto years and a former political prisoner, assessed that there was an ongoing regeneration in the business and academic world, with younger people coming to the fore, but not in the political world.
In discussing the different tactics being pursued by the younger generation of political leadership, he identified three trends, each representing an attitude towards political parties.
The first was a position of rejecting involvement with political parties, concentrating on community organizing or just professional career paths.
The second was the approach of trying to build a new party, such as he himself had once been involved in and the third was to enter into an existing party to try to seize it away from the older generation that currently dominated it.Sujatmiko left the PRD some time ago and has become an activist in the PDIP.
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