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Soegeng Sarjadi Syndicate
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LibForAll Foundation - About Us - Board of Advisors
Sukardi Rinakit received his B.A. from the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia, Jakarta; his M.A. in Southeast Asian Studies from the National University of Singapore; and his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore.
He is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Soegeng Sarjadi Syndicate (SSS), Jakarta, a non-profit organization that promotes democracy and supports the transformation of civil society.
research focuses on the areas of the military, terrorism, security policy, political culture, the process of decentralization, the relationships between religion, politics and civil society, and the protection of human rights in Indonesia.
Soegeng Sarjadi Syndicate
Dr. Sukardi Rinakit
Libforall Foundation - Promoting the Culture of Liberty and Tolerance Worldwide - Programs - Indonesian Pilot Program
LibForAll advisor Dr. Sukardi Rinakit ( left) with LibForAll CEO Holland Taylor and Dr. Komaruddin Hidayat (speaking, center), and LibForAll Director of Publications Ahmad Gaus (second from right).
Western govts urge nationals to leave Indonesia - JUNE 5, 2004
Mr Sukardi Rinakit, executive director of the Centre for Political Studies in Jakarta, said: 'The threats exist, but at this point, our view is that it won't go bad.Indonesians are tired of conflict.'
Sukardi Rinakit, executive ...
Sukardi Rinakit, executive director of Soegeng Sarjadi Syndicate, described the reshuffle as a victory for Golkar Party.
"It's political trading.Golkar also gets the post of state minister for state enterprises.That's the office where the resources to fund the 2009 elections are," he
"The President is appeasing parties to keep his
administration stable," he
said, adding that the reshuffle did not touch on core problems as no one in the economics team was replaced. Despite attracting public ire over the Lapindo mudflow case, Coordinating Minister for the People's Welfare Aburizal Bakrie's continued presence is proof that Golkar is in control, Sukardi added.
J. Kristiadi, political analyst at the Centre for Strategic International Studies
, echoed his
sentiments."There's nothing the public can expect in terms of economic improvement from it," he
said.Aburizal's stay in the cabinet, he
said, was payback for the tycoon's financial support during the 2004 presidential election.