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December 16, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 13

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Indonesia Suffers Severely From Growing Pains CKMILEI McCANN By IJntted Prem • • • R^vbllo of Indonesia I hi salftriiiir severelr from growlnff paina. This unique nation consists of more than 3,000 islands and tountless Islets. It stretches (or ^,000 miles along the Imllan Ocean. Indonesia obtained its independence from The Netherlands on Dec. 28, 1949. From the start it has beon plagued by revolts. Rebels of variou.s sorts have long held large areas of it. The government is unable to Control i(s own' armed forces. Yet Indonesia demands insistently thfit The Netherlands surrender (lie 160,000 square miles Cf west New Guinea to it. How it could control this area if it can not control its own territory is something of a mystery. Premier Forced To Resign The army forced the resignation of Premier Ali Sastroamid- jojo last July when it refused to accept a new chief of staff he appointed. The latest development came Wednesday when the air force refused to accept a new deputy chief of air staff appointed by Premier Burnanuddin Harahap, Sastroamidjojo's successor. Air force men were drawn up at Tjilitian Air Base outside of Djakarta, the capital, for the installation of Air Commodore H. Sujono as deputy chief of staff. Premier Harahap was presiding. The troops shouted that the air force would not have him. Harahap was compelled to call off the ceremony. There is more potential trouble over the issue whether Indonesia shall remain a republic, based like the United States on the principle of separation of church and state, or shall become a strictly Moslem state. A national election was held today for a constituent assfMnhl .\i which is to draw up a permanent constitution. 90 Percent Moslem Indonesia's 81 million people are 90 percent Moslem. President Soekarno and former Premier Sastroamldjojo assert that some Moslem leaders arb working for the election of a constituent assembly which will make Indonesia a purely Moslem state. In all, it looks as if Premier Harahap is going to have his troubles if he remains in office. Harahap is .38. He is a pleas­ ant, friendly m.m Like Sas­ troamldjojo lie want.s to keep Indonesia neutral in world affairs But he does not, like Sastroar midjojo, depend on the Communists for support. He also Is more friendly to the United .Slates. The N 'ethorlMnds atid Indonesia are now coiuiiu'tin^ negotiation"! on various problems, among them the future of West New Guinea. Hut there again arises the question of what Indonesia would do witli it. It i,s the most primitive area in the world. Some of its 700,000 people still live as their ancestors did in the stone age. The Netherlands controls only 400,000 of them. And the Indonesian government can not oven control all of its own territory. 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