By Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

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There are cases for the East Timor incident, the case for Aceh and other cases. This must be done fairly and according to our Constitution, laws and other conventions. ” ● Military reform “I led 38 generals to draw a blueprint and I led two years of military reforms. The ● 37 Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono essence of military reform is quite clear — they should abandon the dual role and get back to professionalism. ” In the face of defeat “I will support the elected president. ” ● 38 Vision for Change Thursday, May 27, 2004 Page 4 Bambang says he’s most suited for top job Laying out his vision, he cites his years of experience to back his claim that he is best placed to lead his country forward By DERWIN PEREIRA INDONESIA BUREAU CHIEF PRESIDENTIAL frontrunner Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono yesterday staked his claim for Indonesia’s top job as he made clear his resolve to address the country’s problems if elected to office.

I devoted the last years of my military career drawing-up a blue-print for military reforms for the TNI. For many years, I helped provide more and more training to our officers and soldiers on how to implement democracy, and how to become more professional in the field. And allow me to say this about the Indonesian military: please do not underestimate them. Like many other officers and soldiers in Indonesia and in other countries, I myself joined the military because I was motivated by the desire to make the country better.

I know I am not Superman. I don’t have magical powers to make all these things come true overnight. But I do believe in hard work and in the absolute necessity of good governance. “Change is necessary...

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