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The Military is Still Influential

Monday, November 20, 2023

Interview with Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Agus Subiyanto. Being Jokowi’s pick for the post of TNI Commander, how will he maintain military’s neutrality in the 2024 general elections?

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Army Chief of Staff Gen. Agus Subiyanto prepares to undergo a fit-and-proper test in relation with his promotion as the Indonesian Military Commander with the Commission I of the House of Representatives in Senayan, Jakarta, November 13. ANTARA/Galih Pradipta . tempo : 172186795790.

JUST six days after serving as the Army Chief of Staff, Agus Subiyanto was recently nominated by President Joko Widodo as the sole candidate for Indonesian Military (TNI) Commander. The Army general born in Cimahi, West Java, is slated to replace Admiral Yudo Margono who will be retiring on November 26. After a fit-and-proper test, the Defense Commission at the House of Representatives (DPR) approved his nomination last Monday, November


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