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Pramono Anung

Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives

Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle

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Indonesia US Relations

www.indonesia-digest.net [cached]

In Indonesia, US senators met with Sidarto Danusubroto, who is the speaker of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR), and Pramono Anung, the deputy speaker of the House of Representatives.
"They hope that democracy in Indonesia can grow well and that [Indonesia] can become a compatible partner for them because we are the third democratic country and they are the second [in the world]," said Pramono Anung, deputy speaker of the House of Representatives for the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P). He spoke after a closed meeting with a delegation of US senators, including John McCain, a candidate in the 2008 US presidential election, at the House building on Monday. During the meeting, Pramono said that the United States opens the door for better defense cooperation between both countries. Pramono said that better relations with the US is necessary after the country slapped an embargo on Indonesia for spare parts of fighter aircraft. The senators hoped to enhance cooperation between Indonesia and the US in several sectors. "They also hoped to enhance existing cooperation in the education, trade, defense and cultural sectors with the new government," said Pramono. In the meeting with Pramono, McCain was accompanied by senators from both Republican and Democratic parties such as Jim Moran, Kay Granger, Ken Calvert, and Rodney Frelinghuysen.


english.eastday.com

Pramono Anung, a senior politician at the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle led by Megawati Soekarnoputri, was picked up as new cabinet secretary, replacing Andi Widjajanto.


www.thejakartapost.com

Pramono Anung resigned as a House member following his appointment as secretary-general of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P).
Ibas' fellow Democratic Party member Anas Urbaningrum left the House in 2010 after he was elected the party's chairman.


Indonesia & East Timor News Updates - September 26, 2011

www.asia-pacific-solidarity.net [cached]

Deputy House Speaker Pramono Anung, also of the opposition PDI-P, was also critical of the organizations, describing their preventative actions as "very weak.
During a meeting with Deputy House Speaker Pramono Anung on Monday, Gunawan, a coordinator for the Indonesian Human Rights Committee for Social Justice (IHCS), said he had filed a lawsuit in the South Jakarta District Court regarding Freeport's contract, known as Kontrak Karya.


www.asia-pacific-action.org

"Less political parties would also make the Indonesian political system more practical and less costly," said Pramono Anung, secretary-general of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P), Indonesia's second-largest party. Under the Soeharto regime, which fell in 1998, Indonesia had only three political parties.The number swelled to 48 in the 1999 elections and dropped to 24 in 2004.It is expected to increase again in the 2009 elections, as more than a dozen new parties have registered with the government. The government has increased the electoral threshold every five years in an effort to tighten requirements for parties to qualify for elections."We hope that no more than 12 political parties will contest the 2009 elections," Pramono said as quoted by Antara.


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