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THE POSTAL AND DOCUMENT HISTORY OF NKRI 1952
I.The Picture Collections
1.Jakarta, Kramat raya street in 1952
II.The Numismatic History
The 1952 banknotes issues comprises the following denomination:
- 5 rupiah,10 rupiah, 25 rupiah,50 rupiah,100 rupiah, 500 rupiah and the 1000 rupiah.
1952 Bank Indonesia Lima Rupiah Banknote. Gray-blue. Right -potrait of Kartini at left. Printer is Thomas De La Rue & Co.
1952 Bank Indonesia Sepuluh rupiah banknote. Brown color. Legend of a Goddess on the left. Printer is Pertjetakan kebajoran N.V.
1952 Bank Indonesia Lima Puluh rupiah banknote. Green color. Stylized trees w/bird at left and right . Printer is Joh. Enschede
III.The Postal History
III,The Chronologic historic collections
in February 1952, the Wilopo cabinet introduced a bill for voter registration. Discussions in the People’s Representative Council did not start until September because of various objections from the political parties. According to Feith, there were three factors. Firstly, legislators were worried about losing their seats; secondly they were worried about a possible swing to Islamic parties and thirdly an electoral system in accordance with the Provisional Constitution of 1950 would mean less representation for regions outside Java. Given the fact that cabinets had fallen after introducing controversial measures, there was reluctance to introduce an election bill and there were concerns about possible political conflicts caused by electioneering. However, many political leaders wanted elections as the existing legislature was based on a compromise with Dutch and as such had little popular authority. They also believed elections would bring about greater political stability.
The “17 October 1952 affair”, when armed soldiers in front of the palace demanded dissolution of the legislature, led to greater demands from all parties for early elections. By 25 November, an elections bill had been submitted to the People’s Representative Council. After 18 weeks of debate and 200 proposed amendments, the bill passed on 1 April 1953 and became law on 4 April. It stipulated one member of the legislature for 150,000 residents and gave the right to vote to everybody over the age of 18, or who was or had been married. Once the bill had passed the cabinet began appointing members of the Central Electoral Committee. This was to have one member from each government party and an independent chairman. However, the Indonesian National Party (PNI) protested that they had no members on the committee, and this dispute was still unresolved when the cabinet fell on 2 June
The first flight cover from bandung via KOLM to Chile with RIS overprint 30 cent building stamps and sukarno first series stamp RP.1 ,RIS eagle stamps .
By 25 November 1952 , an elections bill had been submitted to the People’s Representative Council. After 18 weeks of debate and 200 proposed amendments, the bill passed on 1 April 1953
the birth date of Malang Regency was on Jum’at Legi (sweet Friday) 28 November 760 AD. (L. Damaes: “Studed’ Epigraphy d’Indonesia IV. 1952”).
THE FIRST INDONESIAN GENERAL ELECTIONS 1955 COLLECTIONS
KOLEKSI PEMILU PERTAMA 1955
FRAME ONE :
Dr IWAN COLLECTION
1. head of bailout(bagian atas kartu suara)
2. The picture of Party emblem(Tanda gambar Partai Peserta PEMILU)
a.Hole Party(Seluruh Partai)
b.Close up some pary(tanda Gambar beberapa Partai)
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