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Ida Anak Agung Gde Agung

Ida Anak Agung Gde Agung
Ida Anak Agung Gde Agung (center) in North Sulawesi
3rd Prime Minister of the State of East Indonesia
In office
15 December 1947 – 27 December 1949
President Tjokorda Gde Raka Soekawati
Preceded by Warouw
Succeeded by J.E. Tatengkeng
Interior Minister of the United States of Indonesia
In office
20 December 1949 – 6 September 1950
President Sukarno
Preceded by R. Sunarjo
Succeeded by Roeslan Abdulgani
Foreign Minister of Indonesia
In office
12 August 1955 – 24 March 1956
President Sukarno
Preceded by Wongsonegoro
Succeeded by Susanto Tirtoprojo
6th Indonesian Ambassador to Austria
In office
Preceded by Laili Roesad
Succeeded by Abdullah Kamil
Personal details
Born (1921-07-21)21 July 1921
Gianyar, Bali, Dutch East Indies
Died 22 April 1999(1999-04-22) (aged 77)
Religion Hinduism

Ida Anak Agung Gede Agung (21 July 1921 – 22 April 1999)[1] was the Raja of Gianyar. He studied law at the Rechtshogeschool (School of Law, predecessor of the law faculty of Universitas Indonesia) in Batavia and obtained a Doctorate of History in Holland.[2] He served as the premier for Tjokorda Gde Raka Soekawati, a key figure in the East Indonesian government based in Sulawesi.[3] Following the transfer of sovereignty on December 27, 1949, Ida served as a member of the short-lived RUSI Cabinet but held no ministerial portforlio.[3] Due to his Federalist sympathies, he politically feuded with Sukarno who advocated a unitary Republic of Indonesia. Following the abolishment of the federal system in 1950, he served as the Indonesian Ambassador to Belgium.[3] He was jailed from 1962 to 1966. He died in 1999.



  • – translated from the French to English by Waverley Root as –
  • State, Society and Political Conflict in Bali, 1945-1946 - Indonesia, Vol. 45, April, 1988 (April, 1988), pp. 1–48

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