Armed Forces & Defense

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December 2004

News/Indonesia
Tempo Interactive – December 24, 2004

Jakarta – Around 80 per cent of TNI (armed forces) businesses have no definable assets, in other words they are illegal.

News/Indonesia
Tempo Interactive – December 23, 2004

Jakarta – Army chief of staff General Ryamizard Ryacudu has revealed that army businesses, particularly those which are part of foundations “only” generate 30 billion rupiah per year.

News/Indonesia
Kompas – December 22, 2004

Jakarta – The Minister of Defense, Juwono Sudarsono, estimates that the integration of the TNI (armed forces) headquarters into the department of defense – in accordance with the mandate of the Law

News/Indonesia
Tempo Interactive – December 20, 2004

Ramidi, Jakarta – Around 100 demonstrators from the People’s Democratic Party (PRD) held a demonstration in front of the State Palace on Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat on Monday December 20.

News/Indonesia
Kompas – December 3, 2004

Jakarta – The weapon systems belonging to the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) is a cause for concern.

November 2004

News/Indonesia
Detik.com – November 30, 2004

M. Rizal Maslan, Jakarta – The TNI (armed forces) says that it will give up its military business provided that its funding through the state budget is realised.

News/Aceh
Sinar Harapan – November 29, 2004

Jakarta – A conflict over palm oil business interests is suspected to have been the trigger behind the armed clash between TNI (armed forces) troops and the Mobile Brigade (Brimob) in the village o

News/Aceh
Tempo Interactive – November 27, 2004

Imran MA, Jakarta – As many as 25 TNI (armed forces) officers from the Karma Bhakti Infantry Battalion, Rifle Company B in East Aceh have been found to have violated the code of discipline.

News/Aceh
Tempo Interactive – November 27, 2004

Imran MA, Lhokseumawe – The body of a Mobile Brigade (Brimob) officer from a Brimob post in the village of Seuneubok Aceh in the Idi Rayeuk sub-district of East Aceh who was killed in an attack by

News/Indonesia
Detik.com – November 24, 2004

Suwarjono, Jakarta – TNI (armed forces) chief Endriartono Sutarto is asking that the death of human rights activist Munir not be turned into a political issue.