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The Eldest Son’s Betrayal

Monday, September 12, 2022

Suharso Monoarfa was suddenly removed from his position as chairman of the PPP. Those close to him maneuvered quickly when he was abroad. It is said that Suharso did not receive backing from the Palace.

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Muhammad Mardiono (left) and Suharso Monoarfa. Illustration by Tempo/Imam Yuni. tempo : 172126492898.

NEWS from Jakarta shocked Suharso Monoarfa while he was in Paris on Sunday, September 4. As he waited for his plane to take off to Indonesia, he was informed about his dismissal as chairman of the United Development Party (PPP). “I had a bad feeling,” Suharso told Tempo in the Senopati area, South Jakarta on Friday, September 9.

The news bearer, PPP Deputy Chair Amir Uskara, told him that the decision to remove Suharso was agreed upo


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