Adam Malik Batubara was an Indonesian politician and former journalist who served as its third vice president. Previously he served as the parliament speaker, foreign minister, president of the United Nations General Assembly, and a journalist.
About Adam Malik
Vice President of Indonesia from 1978 to 1983 and an early trailblazer in Indonesian journalism. He founded the Murba Party after Indonesia became independent.
He served as Chairman of the Indonesia Party in North Sumatra at the age of 17 and campaigned for Indonesia’s independence.
He served as the 26th President of the United Nations General Assembly from 1971 to 1972.
He was born to Abdul Malik Batubara and Salamah Lubis who are members of the Batubara clan, a Batak Muslim community.
He served as VP of Indonesia during the U.S. presidency of Jimmy Carter.
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- Vice Presidents of Indonesia
- Speakers of the People’s Consultative Assembly
- Permanent Representatives of Indonesia to the United Nations
- Golkar politicians
- Indonesian diplomats
- Honorary Grand Commanders of the Order of the Defender of the Realm
- Ambassadors of Indonesia to the Soviet Union
- Ambassadors of Indonesia to Poland
- Foreign ministers of Indonesia
- Presidents of the United Nations General Assembly
- Indonesian journalists
- National Heroes of Indonesia
- Indonesian Muslims
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