Sukarno

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Indonesian statesman who obtained the independence of Indonesia from the Netherlands in 1949 and served as president until ousted by Suharto in a coup d'etat (1901-1970)

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Ahmed Soekarno had already addressed the National Assembly of Pakistan on 26 June 1963.
2) By that time Soekarno was convinced that the formation of Malaysia was a neo-colonialist plot that would allow the British imperialists to maintain economic, political and military influence and was thus a threat to Indonesia's sovereignty.
Soekarno was accorded a warm welcome by his Afghan hosts.
It was immediately followed by the visit of Soekarno to Cuba in May 1960.
Both saw a post-Soekarno nationalist military-backed Muslim conservative Indonesia as a bulwark against communism in South East Asia, and were sympathetic to the removal of leftist-leaning Soekarno from power and the destruction of the Indonesian communist party, the PKI.
The later years of his predecessor, President Soekarno, were a shambles and worse.
Notwithstanding this overwhelming richness and pluriformity of architectural expressions, during the post-colonial Old Order of Soekarno and the New Order of Soeharto a drive to promote the formation of an "Indonesian Architecture" has unmistakably taken hold.
Husni Thamrin (1894-1941), probably after Soekarno the most important interbellum Indonesian nationalist; difficult as it contains an impressive amount of facts making it somewhat tricky to distinguish essentials from secondary data.
Shahanshah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, President of Philippines Diodas Macapagal, President of Indonesia Dr Ahmed Soekarno, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Bandaranaike, President of Turkey Kenan Evren, President of Palestine Yasser Arafat, President of France, Francois Mitterrand, Speaker Majlis-i-Shura-i-Islami of Iran Hujjat Ul Islam Mehdi Karroubi, President of Iran Ali Akbar Hashmi Rafsanjani, Speaker Majlis-i-Shura-i-Islami of Iran Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Ali Akbar Nategh Nouri, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Queen Elizabeth-II, Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, Prime Minister of China Li Kegiang and President of China Xi Jingping.
The location is strategic being close to the country's largest airport of Soekarno Hatta Internationalo Airport and access is easy.
On August 17 in 1945, following the surrender by the Japanese, the then Indonesians of the first rank Ahmed Soekarno and Dr.
Firman Lubis' memoirs capture the socio-medical history of Jakarta during the first three decades of Indonesian independence between 1945 and 1979 and the political transition between the Soekarno and Soeharto eras (between 30 September 1965 and 12 March 1967).
Prime Minister Nehru, the acknowledged senior statesman, along with Prime Ministers Soekarno and Nasser, led the conference.
The foreign dignitaries who had addressed joint sitting of the Parliament so far includes Shahenshah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, President of Philippines Diodas Macapagal, President of Indonesia Dr Ahmed Soekarno, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Bandaranaike, President of Turkey Kenan Evren, President of Palestine Yasser Arafat, President of France, Francois Mitterrand, Speaker Majlis-i-Shura-i-Islami of Iran Hujjat Ul Islam Mehdi Karroubi, President of Iran Ali Akbar Hashmi Rafsanjani, Speaker Majlis-i-Shura-i-Islami of Iran Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Ali Akbar Nategh Nouri, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Queen Elizabeth-II, Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, Prime Minister of China Li Kegiang and President of China Xi Jingping.