PKI & Anti-Communism

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October 2016

CNN Indonesia – October 27, 2016

M Andika Putra, Jakarta – Some 27 victims of human rights violence from the ‘65 Forum visited the Social Affairs Ministry (Kemensos) to convey their opposition to former President Suharto being mad

News/Indonesia – October 4, 2016

Yogya – An event organised by the MAP Corner-Klub MKP in the lobby of the Public Administration Master’s Program at Gadjah Mada University (UGM) in the Central Java city of Yogyakarta proceeded in

June 2016

Liputan 6 – June 3, 2016

Muslim AR, Jakarta – Former Army Strategic Reserves Command (green berets) Chief of Staff Major General Kivlan Zen made a surprising statement during the anti-PKI symposium not long ago.

Detik News – June 1, 2016

Rina Atriana, Jakarta – Retired Major General Kivlan Zen says that the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) has already been revived and has formed an organisational party structure and has prepared as

May 2016

Tempo – May 16, 2016

Selfy Momongan (Magang), Jakarta – The recent raids against Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) related paraphernalia and books have attracted the special attention of the National Library (Perpusnas)

Rappler – May 13, 2016

Jakarta, Indonesia – The government sponsored national symposium on 1965 was held in April although reverberations over the forum, which for the first time brought together victims and perpetrators

Portal KBR – May 13, 2016

Jakarta – The owners of books related to communism have been asked to hand them over the government.

News/Indonesia – May 13, 2016

Jakarta – Retired Indonesian military (TNI) officers are planning to organise an anti-PKI (Indonesian Communist Party) symposium on July 2.

News/Indonesia – May 10, 2016

Dieqy Hasbi Widhana – Following the 1965 International People’s Tribunal (IPT65) in The Hague and the National Symposium on the 1966 Tragedy in Jakarta, there has been widespread arrests of people

News/Indonesia – May 9, 2016

Jakarta – Setara Institute for Democracy and Peace chairperson Hendardi believes that the recent spate of propaganda about the rise of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI), which is being linked to