Tifatul Sembiring

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  • Tifatul Sembiring
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    Member of People's Representative Council
    Assumed office
    1 October 2014
    Political offices
    Preceded by Minister of Communication and Information
    2009–2014
    Succeeded by
    Party political offices
    Preceded by Chairman of Prosperous Justice Party
    2004–2009
    Succeeded by