Sukarno, also spelled Soekarno, (born June 6, 1901, Surabaja [now Surabaya], Java, Dutch East Indies—died June 21, 1970, Jakarta, Indonesia), leader of the Indonesian independence movement and Indonesia’s first president (1949–66), who suppressed the country’s original parliamentary system in favour of an authoritarian …
Who were the first two president of independent Indonesia?
|1||Sukarno||6 June 1901|
|2||Suharto||8 June 1921|
|3||B. J. Habibie||25 June 1936|
Who is the father of Indonesia?
|Árpád||Hungary||Founder of the Homeland|
|Mahatma Gandhi (de facto)||India||Father of the Nation; Leader of the Indian independence movement from British Raj|
|Sukarno||Indonesia||Father of the Nation/Great Leader of Indonesian Revolution/The Proclamator|
|Theodor Herzl||Israel||Father of the Nation|
Who proclaimed the independence of Indonesia?
This pressure reached its climax in the kidnapping of the two men, for a day, by some of Jakarta’s youth leaders. On the morning of Aug. 17, 1945, after the news of the Japanese surrender had been confirmed, Sukarno and Hatta proclaimed Indonesia an independent republic.
Who was the president of Indonesia from 1968 to 1998?
|General (Ret.) Suharto|
|In office 27 March 1968 – 21 May 1998|
|Vice President||show See list|
|Succeeded by||B. J. Habibie|
Who was the first president of Indian?
Rajendra Prasad (3 December 1884 – 28 February 1963) was an Indian independence activist, lawyer, scholar and subsequently, the first president of India, in office from 1950 to 1962. He was an Indian political leader and lawyer by training.
When was Indonesia’s independence?
Indonesia had been a Dutch colony for over 300 years when a group of revolutionaries declared independence on 17 August 1945. It took Indonesians four years of diplomacy and armed struggle before their independence was formally granted by Queen Juliana of the Netherlands.