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General Made Mangku Pastika

Wrong General Made Mangku Pastika?

Governor

Local Address:  Bali , Indonesia
Bali
 
Background

Employment History

  • Police Chief
    Bali
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Island
  • Head
    POLDA Bali
122 Total References
Web References
The general manager of PLN ...
www.villaopbali.com, 21 Feb 2015 [cached]
The general manager of PLN Bali, Syamsul Huda, in a meeting with Bali's governor, Made Mangku Pastika, on Friday, February 20, 2015, confirmed the unwelcomed news.
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During the visit, Governor Pastika offered his ideas for the construction of a toll way between Kuta and Pekutatan.
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In the same meeting, Pastika also touched upon his desire to a railroad system to circle the shores of Bali.
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Citing ancient cultural teachings, Pastika said: "The teaching of Trisakti are clear: Sovereign in politics; independent in economic matters; and distinguished in our defense of culture."
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In closing, Pastika said: 'Every country has its own sovereignty, it's own sense of self-worth and demeanor.
Oh Lord Won't You Buy Me a Mercedes Benz
www.balicrisiscare.org, 13 July 2014 [cached]
Bali's governor Made Mangku Pastika and vice-governor A.A. Ngurah Puspayoga are steadfast in refusing offers of new official vehicles paid from the provincial budget for 2010.
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2 billion (US$222,000) each had been set aside by the island's legislature for new cars for Pastika and Puspayoga only to have the purchase of new luxury cars for their official use refused by the two men.
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Meanwhile, the presidential security team, suspicious of the older vehicle trying to approach the VIP location, refused entrance compelling Pastika to disembark and walk the final stretch.
Governor Pastika told the press that he wished the funds allocated for new vehicles be dedicated instead to programs more urgent to the needs of the general public, such as health and education. "I ask that (the new cars) be put in next year's budget," said Pastika.
Home
www.balicrisiscare.org, 13 July 2014 [cached]
Bali's governor Made Mangku Pastika and vice-governor A.A. Ngurah Puspayoga are steadfast in refusing offers of new official vehicles paid from the provincial budget for 2010.
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2 billion (US$222,000) each had been set aside by the island's legislature for new cars for Pastika and Puspayoga only to have the purchase of new luxury cars for their official use refused by the two men.
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Meanwhile, the presidential security team, suspicious of the older vehicle trying to approach the VIP location, refused entrance compelling Pastika to disembark and walk the final stretch.
Governor Pastika told the press that he wished the funds allocated for new vehicles be dedicated instead to programs more urgent to the needs of the general public, such as health and education. "I ask that (the new cars) be put in next year's budget," said Pastika.
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Said Pastika, "a number or experts from Australia will join our team to arrange various contingency plans and actions during any disaster."
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Following a recent visit by Pastika to Australia to observe crisis management procedures in place down under, Pastika said: "I observed the Australian government's crisis management and disaster handling efforts.
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Following a recent visit by Pastika to Australia to observe crisis management procedures in place down under, Pastika said: "I observed the Australian government's crisis management and disaster handling efforts.
Gen. Made Mangku Pastika, Bali’s chief hero or chief henchman?
www.balibs.org, 18 July 2007 [cached]
Made Mangku Pastika, Bali's chief hero or chief henchman?
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Made Pastika, Bali's chief of police is revered by many on the island, or so the media merchants claim, for his actions which ensured the capture of those responsible for the Bali bombings of October, 2002.
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Made Pastika is even Balinese, so he must be the claimed hero, right?
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And Made Pastika is at the top of the pile.
You also get the feeling that Made Pastika is just another corrupt senior police officer because of the lack of information about any anti-corruption policies and activities he has. Just use a major search engine and search for "Made Pastika Corruption". Although some web pages talk of General Pastika's anti-corruption mandate from before he took the top job in Bali, there seems never to be any details of what these were. And there seems to be nothing about what he is doing to fight corruption since he took the top police job in Bali. Unfortunately, there are however, many reports about Made Pastika's involvement into the investigation of two murdered US teachers in Papua in August 2002. It seems the Indonesian Special Forces are believed by many to be responsible and that Made Pastika, as an investigation officer into the murders, may well be involved in a cover up. At the very least, it shows Made Pastika is not the anti-terrorist co-operating (with western agencies) police officer many people make him out to be.
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In point of fact, the FBI still want to examine differences between their investigation and that headed by Made Pastika, hmmmm. However, the Balinese police chief does not feel there needs to be a "comparison" between his and the FBI's investigation because "(his) investigation at that time was limited to the crime scene. When you consider what that means and can mean, it is incredible. It shows that General Pastika did not or says he did not investigate anything other than the area where these two teachers were murdered. Is that the way a dedicated capable police officer works? "I can find no suspects right here at the crime scene, so I will take it no further! So he did not go away and question likely suspects, especially given the murders happened right under the noses of a nearby military base? But worse is what it probably means, a cover up by Pastika for the murders of innocent American teachers there to help Indonesia, committed by members of Indonesia's own military. Co-operating with and letting foreign law agencies help him catch militant Islamic terrorists connected with the Bali bombing is one thing. Even just co-operating with those same agencies over a possible incident of state sponsored terrorism, just a few weeks before the Bali bombing, is another matter of course. But the proximity time wise of them both does raise another question; What exactly does Made Pastika actually do?!
So, what did General Made Pastika do to get himself Australia's most prestigious metallic endorsement for his services regarding the Bali bombing? Why, it seems he did nothing more than follow orders from Jakarta to co-operate with the foreign law enforcement agencies and let them come in and do his job for him! Perhaps this is why many Australians feel their premier John Howard sold their country out when he awarded the Order of Australia to Made Pastika. Now you know the background perhaps you should ask yourself, is Made Pastika the hero or the blight of Bali?
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Bali Police Chief Made Pastika - your slip's showing!
Bali's sickest joke - law enforcement
BALI UPDATE #854 - 14 January 2013
www.balidiscoverytours.org, 14 Jan 2013 [cached]
Governor Pastika and Wife Spend the Night Sharing Low Cost Accommodation in North Bali Bali's governor, Made Mangku Pastika caused considerable comment among the public and the press when, on Saturday, January 5, 2013, did a "sleep over" at the house of a poor woman in North Bali.
Governor Bali, Made Mangku Pastika and Madame Pastika came to call on the simple home of a 75-year-old Karangasem woman and ended up staying the night.
According to Beritabali.com, the 75-year-old Balinese woman, Ni Made Wartini, of Duda Timur Village in Karangasem, had her home recently repaired under a provincial homeowner's assistance program created by Governor Pastika.
The Pastika's visit to the woman's home, according to the provincial spokesman, was to see first-hand the results of the home-repair program and gather input from villagers on the effectiveness of government programs at the grass root level.
The governor's spokesman, Ketut Teneng, denied that the unprecedented overnight stay at a local citizen's home had any connection with the race this May for Bali's governor. Teneng said that Pastika and his wife's stay was "purely to gather the public's aspirations and make sure the program of home improvement was running smoothly.
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It's Official: Made Mangku Pastika to Run for Second Term as Bali's Governor, But Not as PDIP Candidate Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika has confirmed that he will run for a second term as the Island's Chief Executive on May 15, 2013.
Beritabali.com reports that the governor's decision was announced after a meeting between Pastika and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono who also serves as the chairman of the chairman of the Democratic Party.
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In a statement to the press on Tuesday, January 8, 2013, Pastika announced his candidacy for governor under the flag of the Democratic Party, saying his name would form part of a coalition ticket with the deputy-governor's post coming from a member of the Golkar Party.
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The government shouldn't expend funds but, instead, earn revenues from such an event," said Pastika, speaking at the same seminar with Dr. Wiendu Nuryanti.
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