Armed Forces & Defense

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November 2005

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Kompas – November 16, 2005

Jakarta – TNI (Indonesian military) chief General Endriartono Sutarto has explained that the involvement of TNI soldiers in preventing terrorism is part of the responsibility of being a citizen.

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Kompas – November 9, 2005

Kompas – The head of the army’s information office, Brigadier General Hotmangaradja Pandjaitan, has confirmed that they have already established an extra-structural organisation at every level of t

October 2005

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Kompas – October 17, 2005

Jakarta – It is hoped that moves to lift the arms embargo on Indonesia by the United States will be done gradually.

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Kompas – October 17, 2005

Jakarta – In implementing President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s verbal request to the TNI (Indonesian military) to take effective measures to prevent, combat and act against terrorism, the TNI has b

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Sinar Harapan – October 13, 2005

Emmy Kuswandari, Jakarta – The minister of defense, Juwono Sudarsono, says that the civilian authorities are not yet strong enough to ensure political stability and national security.

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Detik.com – October 12, 2005

Muhammad Nur Hayid, Jakarta – The plan to reactivate the territorial commands (Koter) down to the village level continues to spark polemic.

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Detik.com – October 11, 2005

Nala Edwin, Jakarta – The public is being encouraged to study and be on guard against the TNI’s (Indonesian military) efforts to revive the territorial commands (Koter) as a means to preserve the p

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Aceh Kita – October 11, 2005

Banda Aceh – The Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation (YLBHI) opposes the current discourse on the reactivation of the territorial commands (Koter) by the TNI (Indonesian military) as a response to Pres

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Detik.com – October 5, 2005

Ahmad Yunus, Bandung – It is indeed appropriate for Bandung to be called a sea of factory outlets.

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Detik.com – October 5, 2005

Anton Aliabbas, Jakarta – The plan to reactivate the TNI’s (Indonesian military) territorial commands has been greeted by condemnation.