New Order In Indonesia

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Indonesia has a lot of people with different in terms of race, ethnicity, culture and religion. Now, new visual and social technologies are making possible for people to make decisions and solve complex problems collectively. After the resignation of President Sukarno, he appointed General Suharto to replace his position as President of Indonesia. On March 12, 1967 officially Suharto started his era who known as New Order. Suharto government which he called the New Order into development and economic progress as its main priority. This is done by applying authoritarian style through streamlining policies of political parties and the application of a single principle. In practice, acts of intimidation, coercion and violence experienced by those…show more content…
Corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (CCN) rampant, especially in the 1990s. Do not respect human rights, and to spread racial issues, strangely he fell also due to the burning issue of race that he started. Indonesian development uneven and the emergence of the development gap between the center and the regions, partly because most of the local wealth is sucked into the center. The emergence of a sense of dissatisfaction in some areas because of the development gap, especially in Aceh and Papua. jealousy between locals and the migrants who obtain government benefits are quite large in their first years. Increasing social inequality (difference unequal income for the rich and the poor). Silenced criticism and opposition is forbidden. Freedom of the press is limited, characterized by many newspapers and magazines were banned. The use of violence to create security, among others, with the program "Mysterious Shooting"…show more content…
Usually, the big investment opportunities were given to Indonesians it were usually military officers or the small group of ethnic Chinese Indonesians who, although forming a small portion of the total population, were dominating the economy. Fed up with corruption, collusion and nepotism, thousands of people went to demonstrate in 1974 and this demonstration turned into massive violent riots which became known as the 'Malari-riots'. But the government did not stay silent. Twelve newspapers were closed and journalists detained without trial, . Any dissent expressed by the public (such as demonstrations) were now quickly stopped. The government more tight to control citizen's

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