Mutual Assistance Cabinet


Mutual Assistance Cabinet
Members of the Mutual Assistance Cabinet in 2001

The Mutual Assistance Cabinet (Indonesian: Kabinet Gotong Royong) was the Indonesian Cabinet which served under President Megawati Sukarnoputri and Vice President Hamzah Haz from 9 August 2001 until 20 October 2004. The Cabinet was formed after Megawati and Hamzah were elected President and Vice President at the Special Session of the People's Consultative Assembly in July 2001.

Contents

Cabinet Lineup

Position Effective
August 9, 2001 Changes I -
March 11, 2004
Changes II -
April 22, 2004

Coordinating ministers

Coordinating Minister of Politics and Security Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Hari Sabarno Hari Sabarno
Coordinating Minister for the Economy Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti
Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare Jusuf Kalla Jusuf Kalla Malik Fadjar

Departmental ministers

Minister of Foreign Affairs Hassan Wirajuda Hassan Wirajuda Hassan Wirajuda
Minister of Home Affairs Hari Sabarno Hari Sabarno Hari Sabarno
Minister of Justice and Human Rights Yusril Ihza Mahendra Yusril Ihza Mahendra Yusril Ihza Mahendra
Minister of Industry and Trade Rini Soewandi Rini Soewandi Rini Soewandi
Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Purnomo Yusgiantoro Purnomo Yusgiantoro Purnomo Yusgiantoro
Minister of Finance Boediono Boediono Boediono
Minister of Forestry M Prakosa M Prakosa M Prakosa
Minister of Agriculture Bungaran Saragih Bungaran Saragih Bungaran Saragih
Minister of Health Achmad Sujudi Achmad Sujudi Achmad Sujudi
Minister of Social Affairs Bachtiar Chamsyah Bachtiar Chamsyah Bachtiar Chamsyah
Minister of Education Malik Fadjar Malik Fadjar Malik Fadjar
Minister of Religious Affairs Said Agil Al Munawwar Said Agil Al Munawwar Said Agil Al Munawwar
Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Rokhmin Dahuri Rokhmin Dahuri Rokhmin Dahuri
Minister of Transportation Agum Gumelar Agum Gumelar Agum Gumelar
Minister of Manpower and Transmigration Jacob Nuwawea Jacob Nuwawea Jacob Nuwawea
Minister of Culture and Tourism I Gede Ardika I Gede Ardika I Gede Ardika
Minister of Defense Matori Abdul Djalil Matori Abdul Djalil Matori Abdul Djalil

State ministers

State Minister of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Businesses Ali Marwan Hanan Ali Marwan Hanan Ali Marwan Hanan
State Minister of Environment Nabiel Makarim Nabiel Makarim Nabiel Makarim
State Minister of Research and Technology Hatta Rajasa Hatta Rajasa Hatta Rajasa
State Minister of Administrative Reforms Faisal Tamin Faisal Tamin Faisal Tamin
State Minister of Female Empowerment Sri Redjeki Sumarj Sri Redjeki Sumarj Sri Redjeki Sumarj
State Minister of Eastern Indonesia Regional Development Acceleration Manuel Kaisiepo Manuel Kaisiepo Manuel Kaisiepo
State Minister of State Owned Enterprises (BUMN) Laksamana Sukardi Laksamana Sukardi Laksamana Sukardi
State Minister of National Development Planning and
Chairperson of the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
Kwik Kian Gie Kwik Kian Gie Kwik Kian Gie
State Minister of Communication and Information Syamsul Muarif Syamsul Muarif Syamsul Muarif
State Minister of Settlement and Regional Infrastructure Sunarno Sunarno Sunarno

Officials With Ministerial Rank

Attorney General MA Rachman MA Rachman MA Rachman
State Secretary Bambang Kesowo Bambang Kesowo Bambang Kesowo
Chief of the National Intelligence Body (BIN) AM Hendropriyono AM Hendropriyono AM Hendropriyono

Changes

  • 11 March 2004: Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono resigned from the Cabinet. Hari Sabarno took over the Coordinating Ministry of Politics and Security whilst continuing as Minister of Home Affairs [1].
  • 22 April 2004: Jusuf Kalla resigned from the Cabinet. Malik Fadjar took over the Coordinating Ministry of People's Welfare whilst continuing as Minister of Education [2].

References

  • Simanjuntak, P. N. H. (2003) (in Indonesian), Kabinet-Kabinet Republik Indonesia: Dari Awal Kemerdekaan Sampai Reformasi, Jakarta: Djambatan, pp. 456–466, ISBN 9794284998. 

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