Masyumi Party

Masyumi Party (Indonesian: Partai Majelis Syuro Muslimin Indonesia) (Council of Indonesian Muslim Associations) was a major Islamic political party in Indonesia during the Liberal Democracy Era in Indonesia. It was banned in 1960 by President Sukarno for supporting the PRRI rebellion.

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... Adapted from two sources ... # Name Portrait Term of Office Political Party 1 Sutan Sjahrir 14 November 1945 – 20 June 1947 Socialist Party 2 Amir Sjarifoeddin 3 July 1947 – 29 January 1948 Socialist Party 3 Mohammad Hatta 29 January 1948–16 January 1950 (Dutch prisoner from 19 December 1948 – 13 July 1949) non-partisan 4 Abdul Halim 16 January 1950 – 5 September 1950 non-partisan 5 Muhammad Natsir 5 September 1950 – 26 April 1951 Masyumi Party 6 Soekiman Wirjosandjojo 26 April 1951 – 1 April 1952 Masyumi Party 7 Wilopo 1 April 1952 – 30 July 1953 Indonesian National Party 8 Ali Sastroamidjojo 30 July 1953 – 11 August 1955 (1st time) Indonesian National Party 9 Burhanuddin Harahap 11 August 1955 – 20 March 1956 Masyumi Party (8) Ali Sastroamidjojo 20 March 1956 – 9 April 1957 (2nd time) Indonesian National Party 10 Djuanda Kartawidjaja 9 April 1957 – 9 July 1959 non-partisan 11 Sukarno 9 July 1959 – 25 July 1966 (by declaration also as President) non-partisan ...
Masyumi Party - History
... Masyumi was the name given to an organization established by the occupying Japanese in 1943 in an attempt to control Islam in Indonesia ... on 7 November 1945 a new organization called Masyumi was formed ... In less than a year it became the largest political party in Indonesia ...

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