Ben Mang Reng Say
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Benedictus Mang Reng Say (Born Umauta, East Nusa Tenggara 15 June 1928 – died Jakarta 16 August 2003) was an Indonesian politician who was appointed Vice Chairman of the People's Representative Council of Mutual Assistance (Indonesian: ''Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Gotong Royong'', DPR-GR)1966-1971. In Indonesia's historical records Ben Mang Reng Say along with Frans Seda plays an important role in the Rome meeting〔(【引用サイトリンク】 publisher = hamline.edu )〕 under Foreign Minister Adam Malik and General Murtopo in order to discuss East Timor's peaceful integration into the unitary state of Indonesia territory.
After finishing Folk School in Bola, East Nusa Tenggara (1934–1937) His uncle Mo’an Petrus Pitang who was then serving as Kapitan sends Say into studying in Shackel School in Ndao-Ende, East Nusa Tenggara (1937–1942), after graduated from one of the most prestigious school in East Nusa Tenggara at that time he worked as a police officer in Maumere (1943–1946), Bajawa (1946–1948) and Makasar (1948–1950). Apparently this line of work was not for him, so he resign from his position as a police and continued his studies in Meer Uitgebreid Lager Onderwijs /MULO in Makasar (1949–1951). He was lucky enough to continue his studies, not like other Indonesian teenager at that time, he could continue his study to Yogyakarta at the University of Gajah Mada (UGM) Department of Law, Social and Political Department, and on 23 November 1956 he succeed to receive his (Drs) degree in Social Science Politics majoring in Government, and then work as a civil servant in The Department of Home Affairs.
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