New TNI commander vows to close military businesses
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Newly-installed Indonesian Military (TNI) commander Adm. Agus Suhartono vowed Tuesday to carry on the TNI reforms, including speeding up efforts to terminate the military’s much-criticized involvement in business activities.Changing of the guard: New Indonesian Military (TNI) chief Adm. Agus Suhartono (left) is congratulated by his predecessor Gen. Djoko Santoso after being sworn in by President...
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