Indonesian president not to reshuffle cabinet: spokesperson

13:32, February 11, 2010      

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Indonesian presidential spokesperson Julian Aldrin Pasha said that President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will not reshuffle the current cabinet as implementation of 100 day-program ran well, online news reported on Thursday.

"The government's performance in our 100 day-program ran well. Of course, the president does not need to evaluate for cabinet changing. Cabinet works as usual," said Julian.

He also said that internal meeting on Wednesday evening chaired by the president did not discuss about cabinet reshuffle.

Discourse of cabinet reshuffle has been growing recently as critics have said that some ministers did not do their jobs well.

Source: Xinhua
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