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  • Virtual Chitchatting 3:24 PM on 2013/11/14 Permalink  

    Anas Purbaningrum dari Partai Demokrat mengikuti jejak Setya Novanto dari Golkar sebagai The Untouchables
    Jakarta, 2013-11-14 03:24 PM

    Contents
    Nazar: Uang Anas Itu Triliunan
    Nazar: Anas Belum Berani Jujur
    Nazar Kembali Sebut Nama Anggota DPR Nikmati Proyek Negara
    Nazaruddin yakin Sutan Bhatoegana terima uang Hambalang
    Nazaruddin Sebut Ada Pimpinan KPK yang Lindungi Setya Novanto


    http://id.berita.yahoo.com/nazar-uang-anas-itu-triliunan-190049517.html

    Nazar: Uang Anas Itu Triliunan
    TRIBUNnews.com – 10 jam yang lalu

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Petugas Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) menemukan uang Rp 1 miliar saat menggeledah kamar dari rumah mantan Ketua Umum Partai Demokrat, Anas Urbaningrum di Duren Sawit, Jakarta Timur, pada Selasa (12/11/2013).

    Meski rumah itu milik Anas, namun sasaran penggeledahan KPK kali ini adalah kediaman istri Anas, yakni Attiyah Laila. Penggeledahan dilakukan untuk mencari barang bukti terkait pidana yang dilakukan tersangka kasus proyek Hambalang, Mahfud Suroso.

    Namun, mantan Bendahara Umum Partai Demokrat (PD), Muhammad Nazaruddin, yang menjadi terpidana kasus suap Wisma Atlet, menilai temuan uang Rp 1 miliar dari rumah Anas terbilang sangat kecil.

    Sebab, Nazar yang merupakan mantan ‘tangan kanan’ Anas itu tahu bila Anas memiliki uang dalam bilangan triliunan rupiah. Karena itu, Nazar tidak kaget atas temuan petugas KPK tersebut.

    “Itu masih sedikit uang yang didapat. Uangnya Anas itu triliunan,” ujar Nazar di kantor KPK, Jakarta, Rabu (13/11/2013) malam.

    Saat ditanya oleh wartawan tentang lokasi Anas menyembunyikan uang triliunan rupiah tersebut, Nazar hanya menjawabnya dengan ‘menyengir’.

    Pada kedatangan ke kantor KPK pada Rabu (13/11/2013) malam, Nazar mengaku akan diperiksa penyidik sebagai saksi mengenai dugaan sejumlah korupsi yang dilakukan oleh mantan Ketua Umum PD Anas Urbaningrum dalam sejumlah proyek kementerian.

    Sebelumnya, Nazar sempat mengungkapkan ke awak media, bahwa uang hasil fee-fee berbagai proyek kementerian yang dikelola oleh perusahaan korporasi milik Anas, PT Anugerah Nusantara, selama lebih kurang empat tahun telah mencapai Rp 60 triliun. Dana itu disiapkan untuk pemenangan pencapresan Anas Urbaningrum di Pilpres 2014.

    Untuk mencapai itu, Anas harus bisa merebut kursi PD 1 atau Ketua Umum. Adapun dana yang digelontorkan Anas untuk pemenangan Ketua Umum PD di Kongres PD di Bandung pada Mei 2010 lalu hanyalah sebagian kecil dana PT Anugrah. “Uang proyeknya Rp 60 triliun,” kata Nazar saat itu.


    Komentar http://profile.yahoo.com/KX3WO4OOBXFNKHR73O5DWXQ5J4
    TERLALU BODOH kalau KAISAR CIKEAS tidak tau hal ini………..jadi apa julukan yang PAS untuk KAISAR CIKEAS ini ?….

    mala http://profile.yahoo.com/B2L3N7627QADVPRLIXWHRBEEKA
    suami isteri makan uang rakyat..siapa yg mau punya presiden seperti ini busuk…..

    Randiko http://profile.yahoo.com/Z3I5C6JMDFGYZI2ZDX6KCJ3OTI
    dari dulu sy nggak pernah pilih demokrat, apalagi sby, sekarang saya mau tanya ke pak by katakan tidak dg korupsi, betulkah itu ???? hayoo monggo


    http://id.berita.yahoo.com/nazar-anas-belum-berani-jujur-202810825.html

    Nazar: Anas Belum Berani Jujur
    TRIBUNnews.com – 8 jam yang lalu

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Terpidana korupsi proyek Wisma Atlet, Muhammad Nazaruddin, mengatakan mantan Ketua Umum Partai Demokrat (PD), Anas Urbaningrum dapat dikatakan hebat bila berani secara jujur membeberkan soal penggunaan aliran dana sejumlah proyek yang diterimanya.

    “Kalau dia mengaku, ‘Bahwa benar saya terima uang ini, saya pakai untuk jadi calon ketua umum (Partai Demokrat/red), kemudian saya kumpulin lagi proyek-proyek untuk jadi capres (calon presiden)’, itu baru kita katakan ‘Berani Jujur Hebat’. Kalau kaya gitu sih sudah biasa,” kata Nazar sembari mengacungkan jari jempol saat tiba di kantor KPK, Jakarta, Rabu (13/11/2013) malam.

    Kehadiran Nazar di kantor KPK kali ini adalah untuk diperiksa penyidik sebagai saksi kasus dugaan korupsi terkait proyek Hambalang dan beberapa proyek lainnya, dengan tersangka Anas Urbaningrum.

    Sebagaimana dikatakan Nazar sebelumnya, bahwa Anas menerima dan menggunakan uang dari fee sejumlah proyek kementerian yang dikelola oleh perusahaan korporasinya, PT Anugrah Nusantara, untuk pemenangan dirinya menjadi Ketua Umum PD dalam Kongres PD di Bandung pada 2010 silam dan pencapresan dirinya dalam Pilres 2014 mendatang.

    Dana yang terkumpul oleh korporasi perusahaan tersebut selama lebih kurang empat tahun telah mencapai Rp 60 triliun.

    Pernyataan Nazar ini disampaikan untuk menanggapi bantahan Anas sebelumnya.

    Usai sebuah diskusi bertajuk “Telaah Komunikasi Politik Anas Urbaningrum” di Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta, pada Minggu (10/11/2013), Anas menyampaikan kepada wartawan tentang bantahan tudingan telah menerima aliran dana sebesar Rp 2,21 miliar dari PT Adhi Karya terkait proyek Hambalang sebagaimana dakwaan mantan Kabiro Perencanaan Keuangan dan Rumah Tangga Kemenpora Deddy Kusdinar.

    Anas menganalogikan penerimaan uang itu dengan nangka. “Ora mangan nangkane (tidak ikut makan, red) tapi kena getahnya,” kata Anas.

    Menurut Anas, KPK harus membuktikan pihak-pihak yang sebenarnya menikmati uang fee proyek Hambalang. “Harus diteliti betul apakah ada nangkanya, jangan-jangan pohonnya belum berbuah, jangan-jangan belum ada nangkanya, jangan-jangan baru fantasinya. Kalau betul ada nangkanya, siapa yang makan dan berapa kilo,” kata dia.

    Dari kacamata mantan anggota Komisi Pemilihan Umum (KPU) itu, dalam dakwaan Deddy dinyatakan dana itu diberikan kepada orang lain dan juga atas permintaan orang lain.

    “Jadi tidak ada hubungan atau konteksnya dengan Anas. Jadi kalau anda baca rangkaian narasinya adalah tuduhan penerima dana itu diterima oleh orang lain atas permintaan orang lain bukan yang minta Anas dan yang menerima Anas. Itu menegaskan memang tidak ada aliran dana Hambalang untuk Anas,” tandasnya.

    Sementara itu, dalam dakwaan Deddy Kusdinar yang dibacakan jaksa di Pengadilan Tipikor, disebutkan Anas menerima uang Rp 2,21 miliar dari proyek Hambalang.

    Uang itu digunakan untuk akomodasi selama kongres PD di Bandung pada Mei 2010, yang mengagendakan pemilihan ketua umum tersebut. Uang itu di antaranya untuk membayar hotel, sewa mobil para pendukung Anas, membeli telepon seluler merk BlackBerry, jamuan para tamu, serta biaya entertainer.

    Disebutkan, jatah untuk Anas atas permintaan Deputi Menteri BUMN, Muchayat, diserahkan secara bertahap oleh Teuku Bagus melalui Munadi Herlambang, Direktur Operasi PT Adhi Karya, Indrajaja Manopol dan Direktur Operasi PT Pembangunan Perumahan, Ketut Darmawan.


    Anselm http://profile.yahoo.com/KW7UZHJMZKELAMGMQLVZYBSQUI
    seluruh potensi dan kepintaran Anas sekrang diarahkan untk berkelit, bersembunyi…dgn perumpamaan2….simbol2…kata2 pintar…dibalik itu semua, seperti yang dituduhkan Nazar, : ketidakjujuran….

    GRAFF http://profile.yahoo.com/MWSHUEH73B5OWHS4CNIQOYCUUY
    nanti juga berani jujur kayak nazar, kalau dia & istrinya juga sama dengan nazar merasakan di bui. ingat waktu nazar masuk istrinya belum dia sangat kuatir dengan kondisi istrinya.

    mardani dani http://profile.yahoo.com/OFNFMVJWOPWXY24QTWB65BTVDA
    gw sich setuju banget kalo koruptor dihukum mati, kalo anas terbukti (sebenarnya kpk bisa membuktikan, cuma ga berani) kabulkan permintaannya, monas siap dijadikan tiang gantungan.

    Ali http://profile.yahoo.com/JEDRQLWGMDR5SZ5JROGKCEESU4
    Andaikan sudah ditemukan “metode test kejujuran” yang dijamin 100% dapat diandalkan hasilnya meyakinkan, maka pekerjaan aparat penegak hukum di bumi pertiwi ini akan jauh lebih cepat dalam menangani suatu pelanggaran terkait tindak pidana maupun perdata. Dan oleh karena itu, maka yang terjadi kemudian adalah : suatu bukti dianggap meyakinkan dapat membuktikan, suatu bukti dianggap tidak meyakinkan dapat membuktikan, suatu perkara dianggap kekurangan bukti yang dapat diperoleh. Di situ tampak kelemahan penegakan hukum yang dibangun oleh manusia. Akibatnya terlalu rumit lagi sulit mendapatkan keadilan di dunia, kendati banyak peradilan telah didirikan.Tetapi tidak akan pernah demikian yang terjadi pada aparat penegak hukum yang dibangun oleh Tuhan.

    mardani dani http://profile.yahoo.com/OFNFMVJWOPWXY24QTWB65BTVDA
    Sesuai permohonan tersangka maka majelis hakim mengabulkan permohonan tersangka untuk di gantung di monas


    http://id.berita.yahoo.com/nazar-kembali-sebut-nama-anggota-dpr-nikmati-proyek-220754082.html

    Nazar Kembali Sebut Nama Anggota DPR Nikmati Proyek Negara
    TRIBUNnews.com – 7 jam yang lalu

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Mantan Bendahara Umum Partai Demokrat (PD), Muhammad Nazaruddin kembali bersuara lantang soal dugaan keterlibatan sejumlah anggota DPR dalam skandal proyek negara. Di antaranya seperti proyek Hambalang dan e-KTP.

    “Jadi ini saya mau diperiksa tentang uang yang dibagikan ke DPR. Ke Olly Dondokambey, Mirwan Amir, Rully Azwar,” kata Nazaruddin di kantor KPK, Jakarta, Rabu (13/11/2013) malam.

    Pada kesempatan yang sama, Nazaruddin kembali menuding Anas Urbaningrum terlibat. Menurut dia, Anas dan Setya Novanto merupakan otak skandal dua proyek itu.

    “Poyek e-KTP juga diambil Anas uangnya. Beberapa melibatkan Novanto. Cuma Novanto kan orangnya kebal hukum,” ujarnya.

    Pada kedatangan ke kantor KPK semalam, Nazar mengaku akan diperiksa penyidik sebagai saksi mengenai dugaan sejumlah korupsi yang dilakukan oleh mantan Ketua Umum PD Anas Urbaningrum dalam sejumlah proyek kementerian.

    Selain itu, ia juga mengaku akan diperiksa mengenai aliran dana yang mengalir ke sejumlah anggota DPR dan anggota Badan Anggaran DPR terkait proyek-proyek yang diduga ‘dimainkan’ oleh Anas.


    Hartono http://profile.yahoo.com/ZMWDCLH2UJJ2EGHFZCBHULZU24
    saya lebih percaya kepada Nasarudin dari pada DPR… Nasarudin harus dilindungi karena keberaniannya membuka bobroknya sistem pemerintahan yang korup.

    gemblung http://profile.yahoo.com/ZGGZKR6EHV5UJMZXJ6LT5UXXHY
    Si nazar bilang, enak aja gw sendirian di penjara orang yang menikmati duitnya kan banyak. Nah…bagi yang pernah di kasih amflop sama si nazar entah secara langsung maupun melalui orang lain, bersiap siaplah……..

    Budi http://profile.yahoo.com/43WMCY2A4VBN4F57ZGI2BEQDEM
    memang DPR tampatnya orang orang CULAS, lebih tidak terhomat daripada pengemis, besok dineraka posisinya ada di paling bawahn jadi KERAK NERAKA ,,

    dewo http://profile.yahoo.com/43CN2NQKIZ5QA6JTLSTOKVQXK4
    BUKAN CUMA SEGITU TAPI 99% ANGGOTA DPR KORUP..

    Bukil http://profile.yahoo.com/ZS6ZKDNXRFHF5WAQVQTFP6QEHY
    Bongkar aja semua nazar, memang pejabat negara dan anggota DPR hampir semuanya tikus perusak APBD dan APBN menghabiskan uang rakyat

    Syf http://profile.yahoo.com/VTRJHTTOJLJSVPHRYX3GLD6BIQ
    Semoga tofan hayian datang ketempat gerombolan pencuri itu, hancurkan… mampus lo semua.

    Andi .M http://profile.yahoo.com/XH5W7LZ2PASLP4NVOWBVXDXEXI
    jelas ,gamblang,tersangkut di semua proyek: karena pendanaan utk partai pasti besar sekali,pasti sedikit banyak nyerempet APBN dalam bentuk proyek2,yg bisa dimainkan…Mirip orba juga yg memanfaatkan kesempatnya itu utk mendapatkan jatah,izin2 dll…..Clean goverment.?

    Rico http://profile.yahoo.com/FSMEW656JSCPNPP2MKOEIEAY7I
    MARI KITA GOLPUT BIAR KOSONG GEDUNG DPR

    imut2 http://profile.yahoo.com/U3RZ73PY2R5T6F4OXYFK3VHVDE
    ZAR LU KL BACOT + BUKTINYA DONG JADI IBARAT TEBAR JALA PASTI KENA , KL CUMAN OMDO( bacot doang) tak berguna KPK gak bakal jaring, sebab tanpa alat bukti tidak bisa dijadikan pekara, jadikanlah ibadah malingmu itu berguna buat Penegak hukum (KPK) semoga TUHAN bisa kasih revisi hukuman buat LU yg udah kekenyangan maling, dan dialam sana kau cepet di landrat

    Pither Yurhans Lakapu http://profile.yahoo.com/ZRAC6UKDE7EGA6NUQSAJO4XMUE
    Wow… Novanto kebal hukum… hebattt…..!!!


    http://id.berita.yahoo.com/nazaruddin-yakin-sutan-bhatoegana-terima-uang-hambalang-174000955.html

    Nazaruddin yakin Sutan Bhatoegana terima uang Hambalang
    Merdeka.com – 11 jam yang lalu

    MERDEKA.COM. Terpidana kasus suap Wisma Atlet SEA Games, Jakabaring, Palembang, Muhammad Nazaruddin, mengatakan mantan rekannya di Partai Demokrat, Sutan Bhatoegana, menerima sejumlah uang dari kontraktor proyek P3SON Hambalang, PT Adhi Karya.

    Uang itu, kata dia, terkait pemenangan Anas Urbaningrum saat pemilihan ketua umum dalam Kongres Partai Demokrat di Bandung, Jawa Barat, pada 2010. Tapi, menurut Nazar, duit itu tidak diterima langsung oleh Sutan.

    “Yang menerima sekretaris Dewan Pimpinan Cabang-nya. Karena waktu itu Sutan menjabat sebagai Pelaksana Tugas Ketua DPC Partai Demokrat Kota Medan,” kata Nazaruddin sesaat setelah tiba di Gedung KPK, Jakarta, Rabu (13/11) malam.

    Menurut Nazar, dia sudah memberikan jatah fulus sekitar Rp 150 juta bagi setiap DPC, termasuk Sutan, yang mendukung Anas dalam pemilihan ketua umum Partai Demokrat saat itu. Dia melanjutkan, uangnya pun diserahkan secara bertahap.

    “Kan terimanya ada Rp 20 juta, USD 3000, USD 5000, USD 5000. Itu untuk satu DPC,” ujar Nazaruddin.

    Namun, pernyataan Nazaruddin berbeda dengan Sutan. Dalam pemeriksaan hari ini, Sutan mengaku tidak pernah kecipratan sepeser pun uang dari PT Adhi Karya buat pemenangan Anas. Tetapi, dia mengakui menerima pemberian telepon seluler BlackBerry buat para pendukung Anas di sela-sela kongres.
    Sumber: Merdeka.com


    http://www.tribunnews.com/nasional/2013/11/03/nazaruddin-sebut-ada-pimpinan-kpk-yang-lindungi-setya-novanto

    Ocehan Nazaruddin
    Nazaruddin Sebut Ada Pimpinan KPK yang Lindungi Setya Novanto
    Minggu, 3 November 2013 15:05 WIB

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Terpidana kasus korupsi wisma atlet Sea Games Muhammad Nazaruddin melalui pengacaranya Elza Syarif kembali membuat pernyataan mengejutkan.

    Elza menyebut ada salah satu pimpinan KPK yang enggan menetapkan Ketua Fraksi Golkar sekaligus Bendahara Setya Novanto menjadi tersangka kasus dugaan suap PON Riau.

    “Pokoknya ada salah satu komisioner KPK yang tidak mau SN sebagai tersangka, karena utang budi sebab SN yang bantu dia menjadi komisioner KPK,” ujar Elza saat berbincang dengan Tribunnews.com, Minggu (3/10/2013).

    Namun, saat ditanya siapakah Komisioner KPK yang dimaksud Nazaruddin, Elza menolak menjelaskan lebih rinci.

    Beberapa waktu lalu KPK telah memeriksa Setya Novanto dan menggeledah ruang kerjanya di DPR berkaitan dengan kasus mantan Gubernur Riau, Rusli Zainal.

    Johan Budi menyatakan penyidik KPK menduga adanya jejak-jejak tersangka dugaan suap PON Riau di ruangan tersebut. Pasca penggeledahan, penyidik menyita sejumlah barang. Tidak hanya ruangan Setya, penyidik juga mengobrak-abrik ruang kerja legislator Partai Golkar lainnya, Kahar Muzakir.

    Sampai berita ini diturunkan, Tribun masih berusaha untuk mengkonfirmasi Setya Novanto.


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 11:08 AM on 2013/11/13 Permalink  

    Aksi Tipu Muslihat Wartawan, Media Massa, Aprillio Condom, Hakim Konstitusi, dan KPK 

    Aksi Tipu Muslihat Wartawan, Media Massa, Artist Management, Hakim Konstitusi, dan KPK
    2013-11-13 11:08 AM

    Aksi tipu-tipu, oh jagonya….

    Aksi tipu-tipu, lobi dan upeti, woo jagonya
    Maling kelas teri, bandit kelas coro, itu kantong sampah
    Siapa yang mau berguru, datang padaku, sebut 3 kali namaku
    Bento bento bento.. asik..

    Namaku Bento, rumah real estate
    Mobilku banyak, harta melimpah
    Orang memanggilku, bos eksekutif
    Tokoh papan atas, atas sgalanya, asik!

    Wajahku ganteng, banyak simpanan
    Sekali lirik, oh bisa jalan
    Bisnisku menjagal, jagal apa saja
    yang penting aku senang, aku menang
    Persetan orang susah, karena aku
    Yang penting asik, sekali lagi, asik!


    http://info.filemaker.com/Bento_Statement.html

    FileMaker stopped offering Bento on September 30, 2013

    Important information for Bento customers. FileMaker no longer offers the Bento consumer products. We will provide technical support for Bento products through July 30, 2014. We thank you for your support of Bento.

    This change was part of an increased focus on the FileMaker Product Line. Thanks to the ease of creating iPad and iPhone solutions, our customers’ use of FileMaker on iOS has grown rapidly. Our increased focus will create an even better experience for these customers.

    FileMaker Pro will be appropriate for certain users of Bento for Mac. We encourage Bento for Mac customers to visit our “Is FileMaker Pro Right For You?” page to understand the differences between Bento and FileMaker Pro and to download a free trial of FileMaker Pro.

    Read the Knowledge Base answer for more information on the Bento transition.

    © 2013 FileMaker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. FileMaker is a trademark of FileMaker, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and the file folder logo is a trademark of FileMaker, Inc.


    http://www.macworld.com/article/2045602/filemaker-discontinues-bento.html

    FileMaker files Bento database app for iOS and Mac under ‘discontinued’

    FileMaker has announced that it’s discontinuing Bento, its consumer-level database for the Mac and iOS. The app will be available for purchase until September 30.

    First introduced back in 2008, Bento sought to make databases less intimidating to the average user. It automatically imported contacts and calendar events, provided iTunes-like search tools, and let users drag-and-drop items for import. The company rapidly iterated on that initial release—Bento 2 came out in late 2008, Bento 3 in 2009, and the current version, Bento 4, in 2011—adding integration with Mail and iPhoto, multi-user sharing, improved security, and more along the way.

    FileMaker says that it is discontinuing Bento in order to focus on its namesake product line. If you want a database product, the company is encouraging you to take a look at FileMaker Pro. The company does offer a migration tool that helps you move data from Bento 4 for Mac to FileMaker Pro 12. The Mac version can also export databases to Numbers, Excel, and comma- or tab-delimited formats. Those who used just the iOS versions of Bento can get a free trial version of the app for the Mac, sync their iOS data to that, then export from there to whatever new format they choose. For Bento users who choose to make the migration to the full-powered database tool, the company website recommends using FileMaker Pro’s built-in “starter” templates.

    Users who bought Bento from the Mac or iTunes app stores but then accidentally delete it will still be able to download it again from those sources. Those looking for old software updates will be able to download those from the FileMaker Product Downloads Archive until July 30, 2014 (and possibly beyond). And Bento’s support forums will also continue to be moderated until then.


    http://www.macrumors.com/2013/07/31/filemaker-discontinuing-bento-for-mac-and-ios-as-of-september-30/

    FileMaker Discontinuing Bento for Mac and iOS as of September 30
    by James Cull, Wednesday July 31, 2013 7:14 am PDT

    FileMaker Inc, a subsidiary of Apple, has announced in a statement that it will stop offering Bento, the consumer-friendly version of its popular Mac and iOS database software, in order to focus on its flagship FileMaker product line.

    FileMaker, Inc. is increasing its focus on FileMaker Product Line software. Thanks to the ease of creating iPad and iPhone solutions, our customers’ use of FileMaker on iOS is growing rapidly. Our increased focus will create an even better experience for these customers.

    As part of our sharpened focus, we will stop further development of the Bento consumer products.

    The announcement, which was spotted by The Verge, comes more than 2 years after FileMaker released Bento 4 for the Mac, with an iPad version appearing in June 2012. Since then, the product has only seen updates for minor improvements and bug fixes, with no new major features released. FileMaker will stop offering Bento in both the Mac and iPhone/iPad App Stores as of September 30 of this year and both products will continue to be supported up until the end of July 2014, according to a post on FileMaker’s technical support page.

    The decision about why FileMaker chose to concentrate on its professional line is unclear, but the company has provided instructions on how to migrate existing Bento data over to FileMaker Pro. Users of Bento are also entitled to a $120 discount when buying the full version of FileMaker Pro for a limited time only.

    Although FileMaker Pro is certainly more feature-rich than Bento, there are several features missing, such as integration with the Contacts, Calendar and iPhoto applications within OS X, as well as synchronization over Wi-Fi across different devices.


    aprilio kondom eh kingdom lg sepi job, jd bikin2 berita hoax biar heboh aja. trus si helen mendadak tenar deh. konspirasi sampah!!
    by Sempak Nyelip http://profile.yahoo.com/RNYJHZXNM6377TXYIV765FHJGY


    Prabowo: Hakim Bisa Disogok, Apalagi Wartawan
    TEMPO.CO – Jum, 25 Okt 2013

    TEMPO.CO, Garut – Kantor Cabang Partai Gerindra, Kabupaten Garut, Jawa Barat, didemo wartawan media cetak dan elektronik. Aksi itu dipicu pernyataan calon presiden dari Partai Gerindra, Prabowo Subianto, yang membuat pernyataan yang menyudutkan media massa. Dia mengatakan, jangan percaya terhadap pemberitaan di media massa. Alasannya, wartawan bisa disogok.

    Ucapan itu disampaikan Prabowo dihadapan ribuan kader Himpunan Kelompok Tani Indonesia serta pengurus Partai Gerindra di Gedung Intan Balarea, Jalan Patriot, Gaurt, Jumat, 25 Oktober 2013. “Pernyataan Prabowo itu merupakan bentuk pelecehan profesi jurnalis,” ujar Noto Prasetyo Wibowo, wartawan Radar Garut, dalam orasinya di depan kantor Gerindra.

    Sebelum melontarkan tuduhannya, Prabowo meminta kader Gerindra dan anggota HKTI menjelaskan kepada masyarakat mana pemimpin yang bersih. Saat ini, menurut Pabowo, hampir Rp 1.000 triliun uang rakyat bocor setiap tahunnya.

    “Jangan percaya apa yang disampaikan media-media. Media juga manusia-manusia. Kalau hakim agung-hakim Mahkamah Konstitusi bisa disogok, apalagi wartawan. Sama saja,” ujar Prabowo disambut tepuk tangan kader Gerindra dan HKTI.

    Menurut Noto, ucapan Prabowo itu mencap bahwa semua wartawan bisa disuap. Padahal banyak media massa yang melarang wartawannya menerima uang dan patuh pada kode etik jurnalistik. “Bila menyebutkan oknum wartawan, kami bisa mentolelirnya, tapi ini tidak,” ujar Noto.

    Para wartawan di Garut meminta Prabowo membuktikan pernyataannya dan membawa oknum wartawan yang menerima sogokan ke polisi. Mendengar desakan ini, Prabowo hanya menjawab singkat. “Itu, kan, gejala. Wartawan juga manusia, semua orang orang juga bisa (disogok),” ujar Prabowo usai acara di Gedung Intan Balarea.

    Sekretaris Cabang Partai Gerindra Kabupaten Garut, Asep Wahyu, mengaku telah menyampaikan permohonan maaf kepada jurnalis dengan mendatangi kantor Persatuan Wartawan Indonesia (PWI) Garut. Permohonan maaf rencananya juga akan disampaikan melalui media massa, baik lokal maupun nasional. “Pernyataan Pak Prabowo tidak bermaksud menyinggung rekan-rekan media, tapi kami akan menyampaikan permintaan maaf ke media,” kata Asep.

    SIGIT ZULMUNIR


    Wakil Sekjen PDIP Nilai Aneh Pernyataan Ketua MK
    TRIBUNnews.com – 22 menit yang lalu

    Tribunnews.com, Jakarta – Wakil Sekjen DPP PDI Perjuangan, Hasto Kristiyanto, menilai aneh pernyataan Ketua Mahkamah Konstitusi (MK) Hamdan Zoelva dalam sebuah media online yang menyebut bahwa sistem pemungutan suara dengan sistem perwakilan di Pilkada Bali dibenarkan.

    “Ini menunjukkan semakin jelaslah aroma persengkokolan di MK. Akil Mochtar dipastikan tidak bertindak sendiri,” kata Hasto dalam keterangannya, Rabu (13/11/2013).

    Menurut Hasto bahwa akrobat hukum yang memperbolehkan 1 orang boleh memilih lebih dari 1 kali atau diwakilkan, selama itu telah dilakukan dalam pemilu sebelumnya merupakan produk bersama.

    “Hamdan juga menyatakan bahwa kalau di Jakarta noken tidak boleh, tetapi di Bali boleh. Lalu apa yg membedakan jakarta dan Bali?” tanya Hasto.

    Atas dasar hal tersebut Hasto menyatakan ada kemungkinan besar Hamdan juga terlibat di dalam penyusunan dalil hukum yang bertentangan dengan prinsip “one person, one vote, and one value” tersebut.

    “Demokrasi Indonesia terancam. Jika Bali boleh menerapkan sistem Noken, berarti hampir seluruh daerah di Indonesia kecuali Jawa, boleh menerapkan sistem   tersebut. Menurut pertimbangan Hakim Mahkamah Konstitusi, mana daerah yg boleh menerapkaan sistem noken dan mana yang tidak?” kata dia.

    Hasto menanyakan bagaimana Hamdan memberikan penjelasan terhadap  ketentuan Undang-undang dimana pemilih memilih lebih dari 1 kali atau diwakilkan dan jika itu terbukti, maka harus dilakukan pungutan suara ulang?

    “Kalau MK justru membuat produk hukum tersendiri yang bertentangan dengan undang-undang yang materi muatannya sudah sangat jelas mengatur larangan pemilih yang mencoblos lebih dari 1 kali atau diwakilkan, maka logikanya Panel Hakim MK yang membuat produk hukum itu telah disuap, mungkin bisa suap politik, berupa dijanjikan untuk posisi tertentu, atau keuntungan politik tertentu, bisa juga suap dalam pengertian materi,” katanya.

    Berkaitan dengan itu, Hasto mengajak  Hamdan Zoelva untuk mengadakan debat publik dengan disaksikan oleh para ahli hukum tata negara, terkait dengan sistem noken tersebut.
    (Aco)


    Surat Pegawai KPK Sebut SBY Terima Aliran Dana Pilpres
    TRIBUNnews.com – 9 jam yang lalu

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) menyita sebuah surat yang menyebutkan Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) menerima aliran dana Pemilihan Presiden 2009. Namun tidak disebutkan aliran dana tersebut berasal darimana.

    Ma’mun Murod, Juru Bicara Perhimpunan Pergerakan Indonesia (PPI), mengatakan surat tersebut berasal dari seorang pegawai KPK kepada Anas Urbaningrum yang isinya menyebutkan, bahwa dalam BAP Nazaruddin tersebut nama Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

    “Pada mulanya surat ini tidak akan pernah disampaikan oleh Mas Anas, karena surat ini rahasia tapi tenyata kemudian digeledah ditemukan KPK dan kemudian surat ini dibawa KPK, maka kami merasa penting surat ini harus dibacakan secara utuh,” ujar juru bicara PPI, Ma’mun Murod.

    Berikut isi surat yang disita KPK berdasarkan yang dibacakan Ma’mun Murod di kediaman Anas, Selasa (12/11/2013) malam.

    “Kepada yth bapak Anas urbaningrum di tempat, sebelumnya saya mohon maaf dengan surat ini dan untuk kebaikan saya dan menjaga kerahasiaan ini maaf saya tidak menyebut ID saya yang sebenarnya. Saya adalah pegawai biasa di KPK.

    Pak anas yang lugu dan polos, politik itu memang benar sadis dan tidak ada hati nurani. Teman, kerabat, tidak heran kalau itu musuh dan lawan politik. Termasuk Pak Anas adalah korban politik dari petinggi-petinggi di internal sendiri (tentu dimaksud adalah petinggi demokrat, ‘kutipan Ma’mun’) dan dibalik ini semua adalah Pak SBY dengan kroni-kroninya.

    Masalah bocor sprindik saya tersenyum tapi hati saya terluka. Pak Anas, saya adalah pengagum Pak Anas,  dan dibelakang Pak Anas banyak yang support, dan kita siap mendukung perlawanan politik ini. Termasuk mahasiswa, kita sudah mulai gagas agar kebenaran itu siap kita dukung.

    Pak Anas, ada hal yang penting saya informasikan. Di KPK itu ada surat pemeriksaan bendahara demokrat Nazarudin. Dalam BAP tersebut, Nazarudin melaporkan, di mana Pak SBY menerima dana untuk kampanye Pilpres 2009.

    BAP tersebut sudah ditandatangani Nazarudin. Tapi, sampai sekarang ini, tidak pernah diangkat KPK. Dan tidak langsung diteruskan, sampai sekarang. Mungkin nanti bisa saya kasih soft copynya, ke Pak Anas.

    Mungkin ini bisa sebagai amunisi perlawanan politik buat Bapak. Demikian surat ini saya buat sebagai bentuk pendukung dan pengagum Pak Anas. Akhir kata saya ucapkan maju terus, kebenaran pasti terungkap.”

    Di bawah pernyataan tersebut ada nomor handphone di pengirim surat, namun untuk tujuan kerahasiaan tidak disebutkan oleh Ma’mun. Menurut Ma’mun isi surat tersebut membuktikan bagaimana KPK telah bertindak tebang pilih dan tidak proporsional dalam melakukan pemberantasan korupsi.


    Diduga Menipu, Kevin Aprillio Dipolisikan Artisnya
    dadaneka@cekricek.co.id (Dadan Eka) |
    CekRicek – 16 jam yang lalu

    Jakarta, C&R Digital – Putra Adie MS dan Memes, Kevin Aprillio tengah bermasalah dengan hukum. Pekan lalu, ia dilaporkan seorang bernama Helen Yosita Gunawan, artis yang diorbitkan Kevin pada pertengahan tahun ini atas dugaan penipuan seperti tertera dalam pasal 378 KUHP.

    “Ada seseorang yang melaporkan Kevin, terkait kontrak rekamanan senilai hampir Rp 2 miliar lebih. Rekaman sudah dijalankan beberapa sesi, tapi ditengah jalan dibatalkan kontraknya karena ada ketidakcocokan,” kata Kabid Humas Polda Metro Jaya, Kombes Pol. Rikwanto saat ditemui di kantornya, Selasa (12/11).

    Ketika ada pembatalan kontrak, Kevin harus mengembalikan sebagian dana yang telah Helen setor. Namun, ada kejanggalan yang dialami Helen.

    “Pihak pelapor menghitung hitung Kevin harus mengembalikan 1,3 miliar, tapi ternyata perhitungan Kevin berbeda dengan pelapor. Hal ini yang membuat penyanyi itu melaporkan Kevin,” papar Rikwanto.

    Saat ini, polisi masih mengusut kasus tersebut dengan mengumpulkan bukti-bukti dan saksi. “Kevin pasti akan kami panggil. Tapi sebelumnya kami panggil pelapor terlebih dahulu,” kata Rikwanto.

    Helen masuk Aprillio Kingdom, label milik Kevin pada pertengahan tahun ini. Perempuan kelahiran Sragen, 17 Juli 1992 itu diberikan Kevin sebuah single berjudul Kamu dan Aku.


    Ini Penjelasan Polisi Tentang Kasus Penipuan Kevin Aprilio
    Bintang Online – 16 jam yang lalu

    KEVIN Aprilio dilaporkan ke polisi oleh penyanyi pendatang baru bernama Helen Yosita Gunawan, dengan tuduhan penipuan.

    Menurut Kabid Humas Polda Metro Jaya, Kombes Pol Rikwanto, tudingan tersebut muncul setelah terjadi kerjasama antara Kevin dan pelapor.

    “Awalnya proses rekaman sudah dijalankan beberapa sesi, tapi di tengah jalan dibatalkan kontraknya,” Rikwanto membuka cerita, saat ditemui di kantornya, Selasa (12/11).

    Pemutusan kontrak tersebut, lanjut Rikwanto, terjadi karena kedua belah pihak tidak merasa cocok. Namun kemudian terjadi perbedaan dalam perhitungan nilai kontrak.

    “Pihak pelapor menghitung, Kevin harus mengembalikan 1,3 miliar (rupiah), tapi ternyata perhitungan Kevin berbeda. Hal ini yang membuat penyanyi itu melaporkan Kevin,” urai Rikwanto.

    Dalam bekas laporan yang masuk pada pekan lalu, Kevin dilaporkan dengan pasal 378, yakni tentang penipuan. (ari/ade)


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 1:25 PM on 2013/11/12 Permalink  

    daftar nama BAKAL CALON PENGHUNI HOTEL PRODEO dari jajaran pemerintahan daerah

    Jakarta, 12 November 2013 13.25
    oleh Sando Sasako
    Economics and Business Intelligent Advisor
    Advanced Advocacy Plus

    Katanya, pemilu dan pilkadal merupakan pesta demokrasi rakyat.
    Dikatakan berpesta karena, setiap balon dan calon harus mengeluarkan uang dalam jumlah yang cukup signifikan.
    Ratusan juta rupiah dianggap tidak bakalan cukup untuk bisa memenangkan pilkadal tingkat paling rendah, yakni anggota DPRD.
    Puluhan milyar rupiah harus tersedia untuk bisa membiayai kampanye politik secara gerilya maupun terbuka.

    Emang kebanyakan orang Indonesia punya uang puluhan milyar rupiah untuk bisa menjadi caleg, calon anggota legislatif di tingkat daerah? Yang ada dan sudah sangat menjamur adalah caleg yang lain, CALO LEGislatif, alias sistem ijon yang ditawarkan partai politik. Makelar-makelar politik sudah lama bergerilya mencari orang dan calon yang layak untuk diijonkan.

    Di tingkat rakyat kecil dan masyarakat bawah, mereka sangat rajin menggalang massa. Para calo politik tidak segan-segan untuk mengeluarkan dana segar. Kebanyakan mereka doyan dan gencar memberikan iming-iming yang tidak sekedar uang. Ujung-ujungnya, mereka bertransformasi menjadi PHP, Pemberi Harapan Palsu.

    So, segala sesuatu yang dimulai dengan tidak baik, akan dan pasti berakhir dengan tidak baik.
    Berapa banyak kepala daerah yang tersangkut kasus korupsi berjamaah?
    Berapa banyak anggota legislatif di daerah (anggota DPRD) dan di pusat (anggota DPR) yang tersangkut kasus korupsi berjamaah?

    Per 9 Oktober 2013, pemerintahan di Indonesia dibawahi oleh 545 kepala daerah, terdiri dari 34 provinsi, 511 Daerah Tingkat II, 413 kabupaten, dan 98 kota.

    Pasca pemilu 2009, anggota MPR berjumlah 692 orang, terdiri dari 560 anggota DPR, dan 132 anggota DPD. Sementara itu, anggota DPRD di seluruh Indonesia berjumlah 2.134. Secara total, anggota legislatif di pusat dan di daerah seluruhnya berjumlah 2.826.

    Per April 2013, Komisi Pemilihan Umum telah menerima berkas 6.576 bakal calon anggota Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat yang disetor 12 partai peserta Pemilu 2014.

    Per April 2012, sejak dihelat pemilukada pada 2004, hampir 3.000 anggota DPRD provinsi serta kota/kabupaten di seluruh Indonesia terjerat hukum. Tindak pidana korupsi mendominasi kasus hukum yang menjerat anggota DPRD.

    Terlampir daftar nama kepala daerah, anggota DPD, pimpinan DPR Provinsi di Indonesia saat ini.
    Dengan kata lain, terlampir daftar nama BAKAL PENGHUNI HOTEL PRODEO dari jajaran pemerintahan daerah.

    Daftar anggota DPR, anggota DPRD Kabupaten, dan anggota DPRD Kota tidak bisa dilampirkan karena rentan dengan PAW. Biasalah, kalau ada anggota partai politik yang nyeleneh dan tidak mau menurut dan patuh terhadap kehendak partai politik, khususnya petinggi partai politik, baik di tingkat Dapil, DPW, DPP, atau bahkan di tingkat fraksi, mereka harus DIGUSUR. That’s final.


    Berikut daftar nama dan biodata seluruh kepala daerah di Indonesia:

    DAFTAR NAMA DAN BIODATA SELURUH KEPALA DAERAH DI INDONESIA

    GUBERNUR DAN WAKIL GUBERNUR,
    BUPATI DAN WAKIL BUPATI,
    WALIKOTA DAN WAKIL WALIKOTA

    per- 9 Oktober 23

    NO
    PROVINSI
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPPRES
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    N.A.D
    dr. H. ZAINI ABDULLAH
    MUZAKIR MANAF
    58/P TAHUN 2012
    08-06-2012
    25-06-2012
    25-06-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    2.

    SUMUT
    H. GATOT PUJO NUGROHO, ST, M.Si
    Ir. H. TENGKU ERRY NURADI, M.Si
    62/P TAHUN 2013
    21-05-2013
    17-06-2013
    17-06-2018
    PKS, P. Hanura, P. Patriot, PBR, PKNU
    v

    3.

    SUMATERA BARAT
    Prof. Dr. H. IRWAN PRAYITNO, Psi, M.Sc. Dt.Rajo
    Drs. H. MUSLIM KASIM, AK, MM. DATO SINARO BASA
    89/P TAHUN 2010
    12-08-2010
    15-08-2010
    15-08-2015
    PKS, P.Hanura, PBR
    v

    4.

    R I A U
    H. M. RUSLI ZAINAL, S.E., M.P
    Drs. H.R. MAMBANG MIT
    110/P TAHUN 2008
    13-11-2008
    21-11-2008
    21-11-2013
    P. Golkar, PKB, PBR, PPP
    v

    5.

    JAMBI
    H. HASAN BASRI AGUS
    H. FACHRORI UMAR
    80/P TAHUN 2010
    30-07-2010
    03-08-2010
    03-08-2015
    PD, P.Golkar, PKS, PBR, PPD, Patriot
    v

    6.

    SUMSEL
    H. ALEX NOERDIN
    H. EDDY YUSUF
    100/P TAHUN 2008
    29-10-2008
    07-11-2008
    07-11-2013
    P.GOLKAR, PBB, PNBK, PAN, PD, PBR
    v

    7.

    BENGKULU
    H. JUNIADI HAMSYAH, S.Ag
    SULTAN BACHTIAR NAJAMUDIN
    48/P TAHUN 2012
    77/P TAHUN 2013
    02-05-2012
    24-06-2013
    17-12-2012
    04-07-2013
    29-11-2015
    PD, PAN
    v

    8.

    LAMPUNG
    Drs. Hi. SJACHROEDIN ZP, SH
    Ir. Hi. MS JOKO UMAR SAID, MM
    42/P TAHUN 2009
    29-05-2009
    02-06-2009
    02-06-2014
    PDI-P
    v

    9.

    KEP. BABEL
    H. RUSTAM EFFENDI, B.Sc
    112/P TAHUN 2013
    22-09-2013
    23-09-2013
    07-05-2017
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PKS, PKB, P. Nasdem
    v

    10.

    KEPULAUAN RIAU
    Drs. H. MUHAMMAD SANI
    Dr. H. M. SOERYA RESPATIONO, SH, MH
    83/P TAHUN 2010
    30-07-2010
    19-08-2010
    19-08-2015
    PDI-P, P.Hanura, PIB, PKNU
    v

    11.

    DKI JAKARTA
    Ir. H. JOKO WIDODO
    Ir. BASUKI TJAHAJA PURNAMA, MM
    88/P TAHUN 2012
    08-10-2012
    15-10-2012
    15-10-2017
    PDI-P, P. GERINDRA
    v

    12.

    JAWA BARAT
    H. AHMAD HERYAWAN
    DEDDY MIZWAR
    61/P TAHUN 2013
    21-05-2013
    13-06-2013
    13-06-2018
    PKS, PPP, PBB, P.Hanura
    v

    13.

    JATENG
    H. GANJAR PRANOWO, SH
    Drs. H. HERU SUDJATMOKO, M.Si
    94/P TAHUN 2013
    14-08-2013
    23-08-2013
    23-08-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    14.

    D.I.Y
    SRI SULTAN HAMENGKUBUWONO X
    KGPAA PAKU ALAM IX
    87/P TAHUN 2012
    03-10-2012
    10-10-2012
    10-10-2017

    • v

    15.

    JAWA TIMUR
    Dr. H. SOEKARWO, SH, M.Hum
    Drs. H. SYAIFULLAH YUSUF
    7/P TAHUN 2009
    09-02-2009
    12-02-2009
    12-02-2014
    PD, PAN, PKS
    v

    NO
    PROVINSI
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPPRES
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    NO
    PROVINSI
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPPRES
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    16.

    BANTEN
    Hj. ATUT CHOSIYAH
    H. RANO KARNO
    73/P Tahun 2011
    15-12-2011
    11-01-2012
    11-01-2017
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, P.Hanura, P.Gerindra, PKB, PBB, PKPB, PAN, PPD, PPNUI, PDS
    v

    17.

    B A L I
    Drs. MADE MANGKU PASTIKA, MM
    Drs. I. KETUT SUDIKERTA
    95/P TAHUN 2013
    14-08-2013
    29-08-2013
    29-08-2018
    P.Golkar, PD, P.Hanura, PKP, PAN, PKPI, PNBK, PKPB, P.Gerindra
    v

    18.

    N.T.B
    Dr. TGH. M. ZAINUL MAJDI, MA
    H. MUH. AMIN, SH, M.Si
    107/P TAHUN 2013
    11-09-2013
    17-09-2013
    17-09-2018
    PD, P.Golkar, PDI-P, PPP, PAN, PKB, P.Gerindra
    v

    19.

    N.T.T
    Drs. FRANS LEBU RAYA
    Drs. BENNY ALEXANDER LITELNONI, SH, M.Si
    83/P TAHUN 2013
    11-07-2013
    16-07-2013
    16-07-2018
    PDI-P, PKB, PPP, P.Hanura, PKS
    v

    20.

    KALBAR
    Drs. CORNELIS, MH
    Drs. CHRISTIANDY SANJAYA, SE,MM
    1/P TAHUN 2013
    02-01-2013
    14-01-2013
    14-01-2018
    PD, PDI-P, PPIB, PDS, PKB, PBN
    v

    21.

    KALTENG
    AGUSTIN TERAS NARANG
    Ir. H. ACHMAD DIRAN
    81/P TAHUN 2010
    30-07-2010
    04-08-2010
    04-08-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    22.

    KALSEL
    Drs. H. RUDY ARIFIN, MM
    Drs. H. RUDY RESNAWAN
    79/P TAHUN 2010
    20-07-2010
    08-08-2010
    08-08-2015
    PPP, P.Golkar, P.Gerindra
    v

    23.

    KALTIM
    Drs. H. AWANG FAROEK ISHAK, MM, M.Si.
    Drs. H. FARID WADJDY, MP.d.
    117/P TAHUN 2008
    12-12-2008
    17-12-2008
    17-12-2013
    PAN, PPP
    v

    24.

    KALUT
    Dr. Ir. H. IRIANTO LAMBRIE, MM (PJ)
    48/P TAHUN 2013
    20-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    25.

    SULUT
    Drs. SINYO HARRY SARUNDAJANG
    Drs. DJOUHARI KANSIL, M.Pd
    103/P TAHUN 2010
    15-09-2010
    20-09-2010
    20-09-2015
    PD, PAN, PPP, P.Gerindra
    v

    26.

    SULTENG
    Drs. H. LONGKI DJANGGOLA, M.Si
    H. SUDARTO, SH, M.Hum
    27/P Tahun 2011
    06-06-2011
    17-06-2011
    17-06-2016
    P.Hanura, PPP, P.Gerindra, PKPB, P.Patriot, PDP
    v

    27.

    SULSEL
    H. SYAHRUL YASIN LIMPO, SH, M.Si
    Ir. H. AGUS ARIFIN NU’MAN, M.S
    22/P TAHUN 2013
    21-03-2013
    08-04-2013
    08-04-2018
    P. Golkar, PDK, PKPI, PDS, PAN, PPP, PM
    v

    28.

    SULTRA
    H. NUR ALAM, SE
    H. M. SALEH LASATA
    9/P TAHUN 2013
    23-01-2013
    18-02-2013
    18-02-2018
    PKS, PD, PAN
    v

    29.

    GORONTALO
    Drs. H. RUSLI HABIBIE, M.AP
    Dr. Drs. H. IDRIS RAHIM, MM
    1/P TAHUN 2012
    10-01-2012
    16-01-2012
    16-01-2017
    P. Golkar, PPP
    v

    30.

    SULBAR
    Drs. ANWAR ADNAN SALEH
    Ir. ALADIN S. MENGGA
    70/P TAHUN 2011
    12-12-2011
    14-12-2011
    14-12-2016
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PKS, PD, PPP, P.Hanura, PKPB, PDS, Pelopor, PPDI, PPI, PPPI, PBB, PNBK, PKDI, PK, PR, PBM, PIB, PIS, PP, PSI, PKNU, PPNUI, PKPI, PPRN, P.Patriot
    v

    31.

    MALUKU
    SEKDA (PLH)

    PNS

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    32.

    MALUKU UTARA
    SEKDA (PLH)

    PNS

    33.

    PAPUA
    LUKAS ENEMBE, S.IP, MH
    KLEMEN TINAL, SE, MM
    25/P TAHUN 2013
    30-03-2013
    09-04-2013
    09-04-2018
    PD,PKS, PKPB, PNIM, PNBKI, P. Patriot, PKPI
    v

    34.

    PAPUA BARAT
    ABRAHAM OCTAVIANUS ATURURI
    Drs. RAHIMIN KATJONG, M.Ed
    2/P TAHUN 2012
    10-01-2012
    17-01-2012
    17-01-2017
    P. Golkar, PD, PDS, PKS, P.Hanura, P. Gerindra, PPI, PPRN, PKPB Patriot
    v

    CATATAN :

    1. H. Syamsul Arifin, SE Gubernur Sumatera Utara diberhentikan dgn Keppres No. 95/P Tahun 2012 tanggal 12 Oktober 2012
    2. Ir. H. EKO MAULANA ALI Gubernur Kep. Bangka Belitung meninggal dunia, Wakil Gubernur menggantikan Gubernur

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI NANGGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. ACEH SELATAN
    H.T. SAMA INDRA, SH
    KAMARSYAH, S.Sos, MM
    131.11 – 2726 TAHUN 2013
    132.11 – 2727 TAHUN 2013
    04-04-2013
    15-04-2013
    15-04-2018
    PD, PKPB, PAN
    v

    2.

    KOTA BANDA ACEH
    Ir. H. MAWARDY NURDIN, M.Eng.Sc
    ELLIZA SA’ADUDDIN DJAMAL, SE
    131.11 – 370 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 371 TAHUN 2012
    06-06-2012
    04-07-2012
    04-07-2017
    PD, PAN, PPP, P.SIRA
    v

    3.

    KAB. ACEH TENGAH
    Ir. H. NASARUDDIN, MM
    Drs. H. KHAIRUL ASMARA
    131.11 – 512 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 513 TAHUN 2012
    03-08-2012
    27-12-2012
    27-12-2017
    PD, Patriot, PKPB, PKPI, PKNU
    v

    4.

    KAB. ACEH UTARA
    H. MUHAMMAD THAIB
    Drs. MUHAMMAD JAMIL, M.Kes
    131.11 – 355 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 356 TAHUN 2012
    30-05-2012
    05-07-2012
    05-07-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    5.

    KAB. ACEH BESAR
    MUKHLIS BASYAH
    Drs. SYAMSULRIZAL, M.Kes
    131.11 – 304 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 305 TAHUN 2012
    08-05-2012
    03-07-2012
    03-07-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    6.

    KAB. ACEH BARAT
    H. T. ALAIDIN SYAH
    Drs. H. RACHMAT FITRI HD
    131.11 – 609 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 610 TAHUN 2012
    05-09-2012
    08-10-2012
    08-10-2017
    PD, P.Golkar, PAN, PDI-P, PPP, PKPI, PKB
    v

    7.

    KAB. ACEH TIMUR
    HASBALLAH Bin M. THAIB
    SYAHRUL Bin SYAMA’UN
    131.11 – 361 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 362 TAHUN 2012
    31-05-2012
    06-07-2012
    06-07-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    8.

    KAB. PIDIE
    SARJANI ABDULLAH
    M. IRIAWAN, SE
    131.11 – 374 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 375 TAHUN 2012
    06-06-2012
    12-07-2012
    12-07-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    9.

    KOTA SABANG
    ZULKIFLI H. ADAM
    NAZARUDDIN
    131.11 – 565 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 566 TAHUN 2012
    14-08-2012
    17-09-2012
    17-09-2017
    P. Aceh, PKS
    v

    10.

    KAB. ACEH TENGGARA
    Ir. H. HASANUDDIN B, MM
    H. ALI BASRAH, S.Pd, MM
    131.11 – 659 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 660 TAHUN 2012
    18-09-2012
    24-09-2012
    24-09-2017
    P. Golkar, PKS, PDP, PKPI, PPPI, P.Hanura, PSI, P.Patriot, P. Aceh
    v

    11.

    KAB. SIMEULUE
    Drs. H. RISWAN. NS
    HASRUL EDYAR, S.Sos, M.Ap
    131.11 – 357 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 358 TAHUN 2012
    30-05-2012
    16-07-2012
    16-07-2017
    PD, PPP, PPRN
    v

    12.

    KAB. ACEH SINGKIL
    H. SFRIADI, SH
    DULMUSRID
    131.11 – 372 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 373 TAHUN 2012
    06-06-2012
    17-07-2012
    17-07-2017
    P.Golkar, PBR, PPRN, PPD
    v

    13.

    KAB. BIREUEN
    H. RUSLAN M. DAUD
    Ir. MUKHTAR, M.Si
    131.11 – 505 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 506 TAHUN 2012
    31-07-2012
    06-08-2012
    06-08-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    14.

    KOTA LHOKSEUMAWE
    SUAIDI YAHYA
    NAZARUDDIN
    131.11 – 306 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 307 TAHUN 2012
    08-05-2012
    05-07-2012
    05-07-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    15.

    KOTA LANGSA
    TGK. USMAN ABDULLAH, SE
    Drs. MARZUKI HAMID, MM
    131.11 – 527 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 528 TAHUN 2012
    07-08-2012
    27-08-2012
    27-08-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    16.

    KAB. ACEH JAYA
    Ir. AZHAR ABDURRAHMAN
    Tgk. MAULIDI
    131.11 – 308 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 309 TAHUN 2012
    08-05-2012
    09-07-2012
    09-07-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    17.

    KAB. NAGAN RAYA
    Drs. H. T. ZULKARNAINI
    H. M. JAMIN IDHAM, SE
    131.11 – 624 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 625 TAHUN 2012
    13-09-2012
    08-10-2012
    08-10-2017
    P. Golkar, PBB, PBR, Patriot, PKS, PKPB
    v

    18.

    KAB. GAYO LUES
    H. IBNU HASIM, S.Sos, MM
    ADAM, SE, MAP
    131.11 – 444 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 445 TAHUN 2012
    09-07-2012
    25-09-2012
    25-09-2017
    P.Hanura, PPRN, PKP, PK, PPD, PDK, P.Golkar, PPP, PNBK, PD, PIS
    v

    19.

    KAB. ACEH BRT DAYA
    Ir. JUFRI HASANUDDIN, MM
    YUSRIZAL RAZALI
    131.11 – 525 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 526 TAHUN 2012
    07-08-2012
    13-08-2012
    13-08-2017
    P. Aceh
    v

    20.

    KAB. ACEH TAMIANG
    H. HAMDAN SATI, ST
    Drs. ISKANDAR ZULKARNAIN, MAP
    131.11 – 892 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 893 TAHUN 2012
    18-12-2012
    28-12-2012
    28-12-2017
    PAN, PBR, PBA
    v

    21.

    KAB. BENER MERIAH
    Ir. RUSLAN ABDUL GANI, Dipl.,SE
    Drs. RUSLI M. SALEH
    131.11 – 376 TAHUN 2012
    132.11 – 377 TAHUN 2012
    06-06-2012
    11-07-2012
    11-07-2017
    PD, PAN, PDA, PKPB
    v

    22.

    KAB. PIDIE JAYA
    Drs. H. M. GADE SALAM
    M. YUSUF IBRAHIM
    131.11 – 74 TAHUN 2009
    132.11 – 75 TAHUN 2009
    21-01-2009
    02-02-2009
    02-02-2014
    PERSEORANGAN
    v

    23.

    KOTA SUBULUSSALAM
    MERAH SAKTI, SH
    H. AFFAN ALFIAN, SE
    131.11 – 135 TAHUN 2009
    132.11 – 136 TAHUN 2009
    16-02-2009
    05-03-2009
    05-05-2014
    PKB
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SUMATERA UTARA
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA MEDAN
    Drs. H. RAHUDMAN HARAHAP, MM
    Drs. H. DZULMI ELDIN, M.Si
    131.12 – 370 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 371 TAHUN 2010
    22-07-2010
    26-07-2010
    26-07-2015
    PD, P. Golkar
    v

    2.

    KAB. TAPANULI SELATAN
    H. SYAHRUL M. PASARIBU
    Ir. H. ALDINZ RAPOLO SIREGAR
    131.12 – 268 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 269 TAHUN 2010
    14-06-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    P. Golkar, PPP, PAN, PNIM, PPPI
    v

    3.

    KOTA BINJAI
    H. MUHAMMAD IDAHAM, SH, M.Si
    TIMBAS TARIGAN, A.Md
    131.12 – 502 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 503 TAHUN 2010
    11-08-2010
    13-08-2010
    13-08-2015
    PKS, PBB, PPP
    v

    4.

    KAB. SERDANG BEDAGAI
    Ir. H. SOEKIRMAN
    131.12 -4562 TAHUN 2013
    14-06-2013
    05-08-2010
    05-08-2015
    P.Hanura, PPPI, PPRN, P.Gerindra, PKPI, PKS, PAN, PPIB, PPI, PKP, PMB, PDK, PRN, P.Golkar, PPP, PDS, PNBKI, PDI-P, PBR, PD, PIS, PM
    v

    5.

    KAB. TOBA SAMOSIR
    PANDAPOTAN KASMIN SIMAN-JUNTAK
    LIBERTY PASARIBU, SH., M.Si
    131.12 – 278 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 279 TAHUN 2010
    22-06-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    PDI-P, PKB, PDP, PNIM, PDK, PKP, PMB, Barnas
    v

    6.

    KOTA SIBOLGA
    Drs. H. M. SYARFI HUTAURUK
    MARUDUT SITUMORANG, AP., MSP
    131.12 – 333 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 334 TAHUN 2010
    01-07-2010
    26-08-2010
    26-08-2015
    PAN, PKPB, PDI-P, PKS, PBB, PPRN,
    v

    7.

    KAB. LABUHAN BATU
    Dr. H. TIGOR PANUSUNAN SIREGAR, Sp.PD
    SUHARI, S.IP
    131.12 – 525 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 526 TAHUN 2010
    16-08-2010
    19-08-2010
    19-08-2015
    PPP, PPRN, PKB, PB, PDS
    v

    8.

    KAB. PAKPAK BHARAT
    REMIGO YOLANDO BERUTU, MBA
    Ir. H. MAJU ILYAS PADANG
    131.12 – 519 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 520 TAHUN 2010
    13-08-2010
    25-08-2010
    25-08-2015
    PD, P.Golkar, PDI-P, PAN, PKB, PDK, PPD, PKPB, PPI, PKDI, PB, PPPI, PIS, PKNU, PDP, P.Republikan, P.Pelopor,
    v

    9.

    KAB. HUMBANG HASUNDTN
    Drs. MADDIN SIHOMBING, M.Si
    Drs. MARGANTI MANULLANG
    131.12 – 517 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 518 TAHUN 2010
    13-08-2010
    26-08-2010
    26-08-2015
    PD, PDI-P, P.Hanura PPPI, PK, P.Gerindra, PDK, Pelopor, Patriot, PBR, PKS, PKDI, PPI, PM, PKP, PR, PPIB, PNIM
    v

    10.

    KAB. ASAHAN
    Drs. H. TAUFAN GAMA SIMATUPANG, M.AP
    H. SURYA, B.Sc
    131.12 – 330 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 331 TAHUN 2010
    29-06-2010
    19-08-2010
    19-08-2015
    PD,P.Golkar, PKS, PPP, PBB, PDS
    v

    11.

    KAB. MANDAILING NATAL
    H. M. HIDAYAT BATUBARA, SE
    Drs. H. DAHLAN HASAN NASUTION
    131.12 – 468 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 469 TAHUN 2011
    14-06-2011
    28-06-2011
    28-06-2016
    PKB, PKS, PPP
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    12.

    KAB. SAMOSIR
    Ir. MANGINDAR SIMBOLO
    131.12 – 680 TAHUN 2010
    08-09-2010
    15-09-2010
    15-09-2015
    P. Hanura, PDI-P, PKPI
    v

    13.

    KOTA PEMATANGSIANTAR
    HULMAN SITORUS, SE
    Drs. KONI ISMAIL SIREGAR
    131.12 – 577 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 578 TAHUN 2010
    24-08-2010
    22-09-2010
    22-09-2015
    P. Hanura, PB, PPIB, Patriot, PPNBKI, PPRN
    v

    14.

    KOTA TEBINGTINGGI
    Ir. H. UMAR ZUNAIDI HASIBUAN , MM
    H. IRHAM TAUFIK, SH, MAP
    131.12 – 557 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 558 TAHUN 2011
    22-07-2011
    05-08-2011
    05-08-2016
    PD, P.Gerindra, PPRN, PPI, PPDI, PDK, PDS, PNBKI, PBB, PI, PSI, PB, PKNU, PPP, Barnas, PDP, PAN, PKS, PKPB
    v

    15.

    KAB. TAPANULI UTARA
    TORANG LUMBANTOBING
    BANGKIT PARULIAN SILABAN, SE
    131.12 – 189 TAHUN 2009
    132.12 – 190 TAHUN 2009
    05-03-2009
    08-04-2009
    08-04-2014
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PBSD, PKB, PKPB
    v

    16.

    KAB. DELI SERDANG
    Drs. H. AMRI TAMBUNAN
    ZAINUDDIN MARS
    131.12 – 316 TAHUN 2009
    132.12 – 317 TAHUN 2009
    25-03-2009
    07-04-2009
    07-04-2014
    PD, PKB, PBR, PKPI, PPDI, PBB, PM, PPNUI, Pelopor, P. Pancasila
    v

    17.

    KAB. DAIRI
    KRA. JOHNNY SITOHANG ADINEGORO
    IRWANSYAH PASI, SH
    131.12 – 84 TAHUN 2009
    132.12 – 85 TAHUN 2009
    23-01-2009
    20-04-2009
    20-04-2014
    P. Golkar
    v

    18.

    KAB. LANGKAT
    NGOGESA SITEPU
    BUDIONO, SE
    131.12 – 103 TAHUN 2009
    132.12 – 104 TAHUN 2009
    31-01-2009
    20-02-2009
    20-02-2014
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PKPB
    v

    19.

    KAB. KARO
    DR. (HC) KENA UKUR KARO JAMBI SURBAKTI
    TERKELIN BRAHMANA, SH
    131.12 – 136 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 137 TAHUN 2011
    24-02-2011
    25-03-2011
    25-03-2016
    PKPB, P.Gerindra, PKPI, PIB, PBB, PNBK, PM, PPI, PB, PKB
    v

    20.

    KAB. TPNULI TENGAH
    RAJA BONARAN SITUMEANG, SH, M.Hum
    H. SUKRAN JAMILAN TANJUNG, SE
    131.12 – 566 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 567 TAHUN 2011
    27-07-2011
    09-08-2011
    09-08-2016
    P. Golkar, PAN, PDI-P, P.Gerindra
    v

    21.

    KOTA TANJUNG BALAI
    Drs. H. THAMRIN MUNTHE, M.Hum
    ROLEL HARAHAP
    131.12 – 58 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 59 TAHUN 2011
    24-01-2011
    07-02-2011
    07-02-2016
    P. Golkar, PPP
    v

    22.

    KAB. NIAS
    Drs. SOKHIATULO LAOLI, MM
    AROSOKHI WARUWU, SH, MH
    131.12 – 400 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 401 TAHUN 2011
    30-05-2011
    09-06-2010
    09-06-2016
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, KPB, PKDI, PDP, PPPI, P.Gerindra, PPRN, P. Hanura, Pakar Pangan
    v

    23.

    KOTA PD. SIDEMPUAN
    ANDAR AMIN HARAHAP, S.STP, M.Si
    MUHAMMAD ISNANDAR NASUTION, S.Sos
    131.12 – 914 TAHUN 2012
    132.12 – 915 TAHUN 2012
    26-12-2012
    04-01-2013
    04-01-2018
    PKB, PPP, PDP, PKNU, PB, PKPB, Patriot
    v

    24.

    KAB. NIAS SELATAN
    IDEALISMAN DAKHI
    HUKUASA NDRURU
    131.12 – 204 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 205 TAHUN 2011
    30-03-2011
    12-04-2011
    12-04-2016
    PPIB, PDP, PKP, PNIM, P.Patriot, PIS, P. Golkar
    v

    25.

    KAB. SIMALUNGUN
    DR. J.R SARAGIH, SH, MM
    Hj. NURIATY DAMANIK, SH
    131.12 – 764 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 765 TAHUN 2010
    05-10-2010
    25-10-2010
    25-10-2015
    PDP, P.Republikan, P.Pelopor, PKB, PNIM, PPPI, PKP, P.Barnas
    v

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    26.

    KAB. BATU BARA
    OK. ARYA ZULKARNAIN, SH, MM
    Drs. H. GONGMATUA
    131.12 – 885 TAHUN 2008
    132.12 – 886 TAHUN 2008
    19-11-2008
    23-12-2008
    23-12-2013
    PERSEORANGAN
    v

    27.

    KAB. PADANG LAWAS
    H. ALI SUTAN HARAHAP (TSO)
    131.12 – 757 TAHUN 2012
    29-10-2012
    23-11-2012
    10-02-2014
    P. Golkar, PKS
    v

    28.

    KAB. PADANG LAWAS UTARA
    Drs. BACHRUM HARAHAP
    H. RISKON HASIBUAN
    131.12 – 892 TAHUN 2008
    132.12 – 893 TAHUN 2008
    20-11-2008
    23-11-2008
    23-11-2013
    PDI-P, PAN
    v

    29.

    KAB. LABUHANBATU SELATAN
    H. WILDAN ASWAN TANJUNG, SH
    Drs. H. MASLIN PULUNGAN
    131.12 – 60 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 61 TAHUN 2011
    24-01-2011
    11-02-2011
    11-02-2016
    PBB, PMB, PKDI, PKNU, PPNUI
    v

    30.

    KAB. LABUHANBATU UTARA
    H. KHARUDDIN SYAH, SE alias H. BUYUNG
    H. MINAN PASARIBU, SH, MM
    131.12 – 897 TAHUN 2010
    132.12 – 898 TAHUN 2010
    04-11-2010
    15-11-2010
    15-11-2015
    PBR, P.Hanura, PAN, PKB, PKS, PPDI, PPRN, P.Pelopor,
    v

    31.

    KAB. NIAS UTARA
    EDWARD ZEGA, B.Sc
    FANGATO LASE, SH
    131.12 – 236 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 237 TAHUN 2011
    06-04-2011
    12-04-2011
    12-04-2016
    PDI-P, PPD, PKPI, PDS
    v

    32.

    KAB. NIAS BARAT
    ADRIANUS AROZIDUHU GULO, SH, MH
    HERMIT HIA, S.IP
    131.12 – 238 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 239 TAHUN 2011
    06-04-2011
    13-04-2011
    13-04-2016
    PD, PPRN, P.Golkar, Pelopor
    v

    33.

    KOTA GUNUNG SITOLI
    Drs. MARTINUS LASE, M.SP
    Drs. ARONI ZENDRATO
    131.12 – 240 TAHUN 2011
    132.12 – 241 TAHUN 2011
    06-04-2011
    13-04-2011
    13-04-2016
    PDI-P, PDS, PKP, PPIB, PNIM, PRN, PM
    v

    Catatan :

    1. BASYRAH LUBIS, SH Bupati Padang Lawas diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.12 – 243 Tahun 2012, tgl. 5 April 2012
    2. Ir. MANGADAP SINAGA Wakil Bupati Samosir meninggal dunia pada tanggal 26 Juli 2012 dan diberhentikan dengan Kepmendagri Nomor 132.12-788 Tahun 2012.
    3. Drs. H. RAHUDMAN HARAHAP, MM Walikota Medan diberhentikan sementara dgn Kepmendagri Nomor 131.12 – 2916 Tahun 2013 tgl. 10 Mei 2013.
    4. Ir. H. T. ERRY NURADI, M.Si dilantik menjadi Wakil Gubernur Sumatera Utara

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SUMATERA BARAT
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. SOLOK
    Drs. H. SYAMSU RAHIM
    Drs. DESRA EDIWAN ANAN TANUR, MM
    131.13 – 352 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 353 TAHUN 2010
    21-07-2010
    02-08-2010
    02-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PD, PDI-P, PBB, PPRN, PDK, PR
    v

    2.

    KAB. AGAM
    Ir. H. INDRA CATRI, MSP. Dt. MALAKO NAN PUTIAH
    IRWAN FIKRI, SH
    131.13 – 809 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 911 TAHUN 2012
    18-10-2010
    26-12-2012
    26-10-2010
    08-02-2013
    26-10-2015
    P.Golkar, PPRN, P.Hanura, PPP
    v

    3.

    KAB. PASAMAN
    H. BENNY UTAMA, SH, MM
    DANIEL
    131.13 – 573 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 574 TAHUN 2010
    24-08-2010
    29-08-2010
    29-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PAN, PKB, P.Hanura, PR, PDI-P, PPRN, PPI, PB
    v

    4.

    KAB. LIMA PULUH KOTA
    dr. ALIS MARAJO
    Drs. ASYIRWAN YUNUS
    131.13 – 912 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 913 TAHUN 2010
    09-11-2010
    11-11-2010
    11-11-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    5.

    KOTA SOLOK
    H. IRZAL ILYAS DT. LAWIK BASA, MM
    H. ZUL ELFIAN, SH, M.Si
    131.13 – 575 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 576 TAHUN 2010
    24-08-2010
    31-08-2010
    31-08-2015
    PD
    v

    6.

    KAB. DHARMASRAYA
    Ir. H. ADI GUNAWAN, MM
    Drs. H. SYAFRUDDIN R
    131.13 – 500 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 501 TAHUN 2010
    11-08-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PBR, P.Hanura
    v

    7.

    KOTA BUKITTINGGI
    H. ISMET AMZIS, SH
    dr. H. HARMA ZALDI, Sp.B
    131.13 – 413 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 414 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    13-08-2010
    13-08-2015
    PD
    v

    8.

    KAB. SOLOK SELATAN
    H. MUZNI ZAKARIA, M.Eng
    Drs. ABDUL RAHMAN, SH
    131.13 – 541 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 542 TAHUN 2010
    17-08-2010
    20-08-2010
    20-08-2015
    PAN, PDI-P, PBB, P.Hanura
    v

    9.

    KAB. PASAMAN BARAT
    Drs. H. BAHARUDDIN R, MM
    H. SYAHRUL DT. MARAJO, S.Pd
    131.13 – 579 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 580 TAHUN 2010
    24-08-2010
    27-08-2010
    27-08-2015
    PD, PPP, PBR, PMB, P.Pelopor, PK, PDP, PPPI, PKPB, PB, PDK, PKPI, P.Barnas, PPI, P.Gerindra
    v

    10.

    KAB. PADANG PARIAMAN
    Drs. H. ALI MUKHNI
    Drs. H. DAMSUAR, MM Dt. BANDARO PUTIAH
    131.13 – 811 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 812 TAHUN 2010
    18-10-2010
    25-10-2010
    25-10-2015
    P.Golkar, P.Hanura, PDI-P
    v

    11.

    KOTA PADANG
    Drs. H. FAUZI BAHAR, M.Si.
    H. MAHYELDI, SP
    131.13 – 989 TAHUN 2008
    132.13 – 990 TAHUN 2008
    23-12-2008
    18-02-2009
    18-02-2014
    PAN, PKS
    v

    12.

    KOTA SAWAHLUNTO
    ALI YUSUF, S.Pt
    ISMED, SH
    131.13 – 4591 TAHUN 2013
    132.13 -4592 TAHUN 2013
    20-06-2013
    25-06-2013
    25-06-2018
    PD, PKPI, PKS
    v

    13.

    KOTA PAYAKUMBUH
    RIZA FALEPI, ST, MT
    Drs. SUWANDEL MUCHTAR, MM
    131.13 – 630 TAHUN 2012
    132.13 – 631 TAHUN 2012
    13-09-2012
    23-09-2012
    23-09-2017
    PKS, PDI-P
    v

    14.

    KAB. SIJUNJUNG
    Drs. YUSWIR ARIFIN Dt. INDO MAROJO
    MUCHLIS ANWAR, MSM
    131.13 – 467 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 468 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    22-09-2010
    22-09-2015
    P. Golkar, PKS, PD
    v

    15.

    KOTA PDG PANJANG
    Ir. H. EDWIN, Sp.
    132.13- 616 TAHUN 2008
    15-08-2008
    11-09-2008
    11-09-2013
    PAN, PKPB, PBB
    v

    16.

    KAB. TANAH DATAR
    Ir. M. SHADIQ PASADIGOEL, SH
    H. HENDRI ARNIS, B.S., BA
    131.13 – 535 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 536 TAHUN 2010
    17-08-2010
    26-09-2010
    26-09-2015
    P.Golkar
    v

    17.

    KAB.PESISIR SELATAN
    Drs. H. NASRUL ABIT
    Drs. EDITIAWARMAN, M.Si
    131.13 – 566 TAHUN 2010
    132.13 – 567 TAHUN 2010
    23-08-2010
    17-09-2010
    17-09-2015
    PD, PKS, P.Gerindra, PAN
    v

    18.

    KAB. KEP. MENTAWAI
    YUDAS SABAGGALET, SE, MM
    RIJEL SAMALOISA
    131.13 – 838 TAHUN 2011
    132.13 – 839 TAHUN 2011
    01-12-2011
    05-12-2011
    05-12-2016
    PDI-P
    v

    19.

    KOTA PARIAMAN
    Drs. H. MUKHLIS, R, MM
    HELMI DARLIS, SH, SpN
    131.13 – 747 TAHUN 2008
    132.13 – 748 TAHUN 2008
    22-09-2008
    11-10-2008
    11-10-2013
    PKS
    v

    Catatan :

    1. dr. H. SUIR SYAM, M.Kes, MMR Walikota Padang Padang diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.13 – 4667 Tahun 2013, tgl. 9 Juli 2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI RIAU

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. INDRAGIRI HULU
    YOPI ARIANTO, SE
    H. HARMAN HARMAINI, SH, MM
    131.14 – 403 TAHUN 2010
    132.14 – 404 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    03-08-2010
    03-08-2015
    PPP, P.Hanura, PKB, PKPI
    v

    2.

    KOTA DUMAI
    H. KHAIRUL ANWAR, SH
    dr. H. AGUS WIDAYAT, MM
    131.14 – 398 TAHUN 2010
    132.14 – 399 TAHUN 2010
    30-07-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    PDI-P, PNBKI, P.Barnas
    v

    3.

    KAB. BENGKALIS
    Ir. H. HERLIYAN SALEH, M.Sc
    Drs. SUAYATNO
    131.14 – 405 TAHUN 2010
    132.14 – 406 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    05-08-2010
    05-08-2015
    PKS, PBR, PDP
    v

    4.

    KAB. INDRAGIRI HILIR
    H. INDRA MUCHLIS ADNAN, SH, MH, MM
    H. ROSMAN MALOMO, B.Sc.
    131.14 – 870 TAHUN 2008
    132.14 – 871 TAHUN 2008
    12-11-2008
    22-11-2008
    22-11-2013
    P. GOLKAR, PPP, PKB, PSI, PKPB, PDK, PELOPOR
    v

    5.

    KOTA PEKANBARU
    H. FIRDAUS, ST, MT
    AYAT CAHYADI, S.Si
    131.14 – 34 TAHUN 2012
    132.14 – 35 TAHUN 2012
    25-01-2012
    26-01-2012
    26-01-2017
    PD,PKS, P.Hanura, PDI-P, PBB, PDK
    v

    6.

    KAB. KAMPAR
    H. JEPRY NOER
    H. IBRAHIM, SH
    131.14 – 852 TAHUN 2011
    132.14 – 853 TAHUN 2011
    08-12-2011
    11-12-2011
    11-12-2016
    PD, PAN, PKS
    v

    7.

    KAB. KUATN SINGINGI
    H. SUKARMIS
    Drs. H. ZULKIFLI, M.Si
    131.14 – 405 TAHUN 2011
    132.14 – 406 TAHUN 2011
    31-05-2011
    01-06-2011
    01-06-2016
    P. Golkar, PBB, PD, PAN, PDI-P, PBR, P.Hanura, PKB. Patriot, PKPI, PPIB, PKS, PNBK, Pelopor, PPDK
    v

    8.

    KAB. SIAK
    Drs. H. SYAMSUAR, M.Si
    Drs. H. ALFEDRI, M.Si
    131.14 – 396 TAHUN 2011
    132.14 – 397 TAHUN 2011
    30-05-2011
    19-06-2011
    19-06-2016
    P.Golkar, PAN, PKS, PKB, PPP, PDS, PBB
    v

    9.

    KAB. ROKAN HILIR
    H. ANNAS
    H. SUYATNO, AMP
    131.14 – 385 TAHUN 2011
    132.14 – 386 TAHUN 2011
    23-05-2011
    07-06-2011
    07-06-2016
    Golkar, PDI-P, PPP, PAN, PBR, PKB, PKS, PDS, Patriot, PBB, PPIB, PSI, PRN, P. Pelopor
    v

    10.

    KAB. ROKAN HULU
    Drs. H. ACHMAD, M.Si
    Ir. H. HAFITH SYUKRI, MM
    131.14 – 268 TAHUN 2011
    132.14 – 269 TAHUN 2011
    13-04-2011
    19-04-2011
    19-04-2016
    PKS, PKNU, PPP
    v

    11.

    KAB. PELALAWAN
    H. M. HARRIS
    Drs. H. MARWAN IBRAHIM
    131.14 – 228 TAHUN 2011
    132.14 – 229 TAHUN 2011
    06-04-2011
    07-04-2011
    07-04-2016
    P.Golkar, PAN, PDI-P, P.Hanura, PKB, PDS, PPNUI, PKNU, P.Patriot
    v

    12.

    KAB. KEP. MERANTI
    Drs. IRWAN, M.Si
    Drs. MASRUL KASMY, M.Si
    131.14 – 392 TAHUN 2010
    132.14 – 393 TAHUN 2010
    28-07-2010
    30-07-2010
    30-07-2015
    PPP, PKS, PBB, PPIB
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI JAMBI
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA JAMBI
    dr. H. Rd. BAMBANG PRIYANTO
    M. SUM INDRA, SE, MMSI
    131.15 – 791 TAHUN 2008
    132.15 – 792 TAHUN 2008
    10-10-2008
    04-11-.2008
    04-11-2013
    PAN, PBB, PKB, PKPB, PPP
    v

    2.

    KAB. KERINCI
    H. MURASMAN, S.Pd, MM
    Drs. H. MOHD RAHMAN, MM
    131.15 – 108 TAHUN 2009
    132.15 – 109 TAHUN 2009
    02-02-2009
    04-03-2009
    04-03-2014
    PPP, PBB
    v

    3.

    KAB. MERANGIN
    AL HARIS, S.Sos, M.H
    Drs. H. ABDUL KHAFIDAH, MM
    131.15 – 4494 TAHUN 2013
    132.15 – 4495 TAHUN 2013
    03-06-2013
    06-08-2013
    06-08-2018
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PKS, P.Gerindra, PPN, PSI, PNIM, PPDI, PPI, PKNU, PPNUI, PDK, PIS, PM, P.Pelopor, PKP
    v

    4.

    KAB. TANJUNG JBNG BARAT
    Drs. H. USMAN ERMULAN, MM
    KATAMSO SA., SE, ME
    131.15- 1101 TAHUN 2010
    132.15- 1102 TAHUN 2010
    29-12-2010
    27-01-2011
    27-01-2016
    P.Gerindra, PKPB, PAN, PBB, PDK
    v

    5.

    KAB. BATANGHARI
    H. A. FATTAH, SH
    SINWAN, SH
    131.15 -1199 TAHUN 2010
    132.15 -1200 TAHUN 2010
    29-12-2010
    30-01-2011
    30-01-2016
    PD
    v

    6.

    KAB. BUNGO
    H. SUDIRMAN ZAINI, SH, MH
    H. MASHURI, SP, ME
    131.15 – 417 TAHUN 2011
    132.15 – 418 TAHUN 2011
    08-06-2011
    14-06-2011
    14-06-2016
    PD, PKS, PBB, PIS
    v

    7.

    KAB. SAROLANGUN
    Drs. H. CEK ENDRA
    Drs. PAHRUL ROZI, M.Si
    131.15 – 539 TAHUN 2011
    132.15 – 540 TAHUN 2011
    13-07-2011
    31-07-2011
    31-07-2016
    PAN,PDI-P, PPRN, PNIM, PPD, PR, PBB, PDK, PMB, PK, PKPI, PPPI, PNBK, PDP, PKP, PKPB, PPP, PIS, PKS,PPI, P.Pelopor, P.Hanura, PIB, PSI, PD, P.Golkar, PKB
    v

    8.

    KAB. MUARO JAMBI
    H. BURHANUDDIN MAHIR, SH
    Drs. KMS. MUHAMMAD FUAD, M.Si
    131.15 – 493 TAHUN 2011
    132.15 – 494 TAHUN 2011
    30-06-2011
    19-07-2011
    19-07-2016
    PD, PKB, PKPB, P.Gerindra
    v

    9.

    KAB. TANJUNG JBNG TIMUR
    ZUMI ZOLA ZULKIFLI, SSTP, MA
    AMBO TANG, Amd
    131.15 – 225 TAHUN 2011
    132.15 – 226 TAHUN 2011
    05-04-2011
    12-04-2011
    12-04-2016
    PAN, PDI-P, PDK, PBB, PBB
    v

    10.

    KAB. TEBO
    H. SUKANDAR, S.Kom, M.Si
    HAMDI, S.Sos, MM
    131.15 – 611 TAHUN 2011
    132.15 – 612 TAHUN 2011
    15-08-2011
    08-09-2011
    08-09-2016
    P.Golkar, PKS, PBR, PNBK, PPNU
    v

    11.

    KOTA SUNGAI PENUH
    Prof. DR. H. ASAFRI JAYA BAKRI, MA
    ARDINAL SALIM
    131.15 – 419 TAHUN 2011
    132.15 – 420 TAHUN 2011
    08-06-2011
    25-06-2011
    25-06-2016
    PD, PKS, PBB P. Golkar.
    v

    Catatan :

    1. H. A. FATTAH, SH diberhentikan sementara dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.15 – 6631 Tahun 2013, tgl. 12 September 2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SUMATERA SELATAN

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. OGAN KOMERING HULU
    Drs. H. YULIUS NAWAWI
    Drs. H. KURYANA AZIS
    131.16 – 477 TAHUN 2010
    132.16 – 478 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    22-08-2010
    22-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PPP, PKS, PKB
    v

    2.

    KAB. OKU SELATAN
    H. MUHTADIN SERA’I
    Dr. Hj. HERAWATI ABDULLAH, Sp.M
    131.16 – 356 TAHUN 2010
    132.16 – 357 TAHUN 2010
    21-07-2010
    23-08-2010
    23-08-2015
    PDI-P, P.Golkar, PD, PPP, P.Hanura, PPRN, PDK
    v

    3.

    KAB. OGAN ILIR
    H. MAWARDI YAHYA
    H. M. DAUD HASYIM
    131.16 – 479 TAHUN 2010
    132.16 – 480 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    22-08-2010
    22-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PPP, PKS, PD, Pelopor, P.Gerindra
    v

    4.

    KAB. OKU TIMUR
    H. HERMAN DERU, SH, MM
    H. M. KHOLID MD, S.Sos
    131.16 – 354 TAHUN 2010
    132.16 – 355 TAHUN 2010
    21-07-2010
    23-08-2010
    23-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PD, PAN, PPP, PKB, PKS, P.Hanura
    v

    5.

    KAB. MUSI RAWAS
    H. RIDWAN MUKTI
    H. HENDRA GUNAWAN
    131.16 – 489 TAHUN 2010
    132.16 – 490 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    05-09-2010
    05-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PKS
    v

    6.

    KOTA PALEMBANG
    H. ROMI HERTON, SH, MH
    H. HARNOJOYO, S.Sos
    131.16 -4574 TAHUN 2013
    132.16 -4575 TAHUN 2013
    17-06-2013
    21-07-2013
    21-07-2018
    PDIP, PD, PPP, PAN, PKS, PKPI, PDK,PKP, P.Patriot, PR, PPDI, Barnas, PB
    v

    7.

    KAB. LAHAT
    H. SAIFUDIN ASWARI, SE
    Drs. H. SUKARDI DUADJI, MM
    131.16 – 909 TAHUN 2008
    132.16 – 910 TAHUN 2008
    26-11-2008
    09-12-2008
    09-12-2013
    P. GOLKAR, PBR
    v

    8.

    KAB. OGAN KOMERING ILIR
    Ir. H. ISHAK MEKKI, MM
    H. ENGGA DEWATA ZAINAL, S.Sos.
    131.16 – 994 TAHUN 2008
    132.16 – 995 TAHUN 2008
    23-12-2008
    15-01-2009
    15-01-2014
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PPP, PKS, PBR, PD, PKPI
    v

    9.

    KAB. MUARA ENIM
    Ir. H. MUZAKIR SAI SOHAR
    H. NURUL AMAN, SH
    131.16 -2968 TAHUN 2013
    132.16 -2969 TAHUN 2013
    30-05-2013
    20-06-2013
    20-06-2018
    PPP, PAN, PD, P.Golkar
    v

    10.

    KAB. MUSI BANYUASIN
    H. PAHRI AZHARI, ST
    BENI HERNEDI, A.Md
    131.15 – 14 TAHUN 2012
    132.15 – 15 TAHUN 2012
    11-01-2011
    16-01-2012
    16-01-2017
    PAN, PDI-P, PD, PKS, PKB, PBR, PNBKI, PIS, PPDI, PPIB, PKP, PDK, PKNU, PKDI, PRN
    v

    11.

    KOTA PRABUMULIH
    Ir. RIDHO YAHYA, MM
    ANDRIANSYAH FIKRI, SH
    131.16 -2868 TAHUN 2012
    132.16 -2869 TAHUN 2013
    29-04-2013
    13-05-2013
    13-05-2018
    PD, PKS, PKB
    v

    12.

    KOTA PAGAR ALAM
    dr. Hj. IDA FITRIATI, M.Kes
    NOVIRZAH, SE
    131.16 -2785 TAHUN 2013
    132.16 -2786 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    23-04-2013
    23-04-2018
    P. Golkar, P.Barnas
    v

    13.

    KOTA LUBUKLINGGAU
    Drs. H. SN. PRANA PUTRA SOHE, MM
    H. SULAIMAN KOHAR, SH, MH
    131.16 – 51 TAHUN 2013
    132.16 – 52 TAHUN 2013
    23-01-2013
    24-02-2013
    24-02-2018
    P.Golkar, PD, PDS, PBB, P.Gerindra
    v

    14.

    KAB. BANYUASIN
    YAN ANTON FERDIAN, SH
    Ir. SA SUPRIONO
    131.16 -4840 TAHUN 2013
    132.16 -4841 TAHUN 2013
    02-08-2013
    09.-09-2013
    09.-09-2018
    P.Golkar, PD, PKS, PPI, PBR, PKB, PKPB
    v

    15.

    KAB. EMPAT LAWANG
    H. BUDI ANTONI AL JUFRI, SE, MM
    H. SYAHRIL HANAFIAH, S.IP, MM
    131.16 -6377 TAHUN 2013
    132.16 -6378 TAHUN 2013
    21-08-2013
    26-08-2013
    26-08-2018
    PDI-P, P.Gerindra, PKNU, PK, P.Patriot, PPRN, PPPI, PPD, PDK, PD, P.Golkar, PKPB, PKS, PM, PPDI, PPP, P.Hanura, P.Pelopor, PPI, PNBK
    v

    16.

    KAB. PENUNGKAL ABAB LEMATANG ILIR
    Ir. H. HERI AMALINDO, MM (PJ)
    131.16-2774 TAHUN 2013
    16-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    PNS

    v

    17.

    KAB. MUSIRAWAS UTARA

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI BENGKULU

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTI-KAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. SELUMA
    BUNDRA JAYA, SH
    MUFRAN IMRON, SE
    131.17 – 86 TAHUN 2013
    132.17- 2946 TAHUN 2013
    31-01-2013
    23-05-2013
    …-02-2013
    16-08-2015
    PKPI, PKS
    v

    2.

    KAB. KAUR
    DR. Ir. H. HERMEN MALIK, M.Sc
    Hj. YULIS SUTI SUTRI
    131.17 – 356 TAHUN 2011
    132.17 – 357 TAHUN 2011
    10-05-2011
    21-05-2011
    21-05-2016
    PAN, PMB, PKS
    v

    3.

    KAB. REJANG LEBONG
    H. SUHERMAN, SE, MM
    131.17 – 659 TAHUN 2010
    03-09-2010
    17-09-2010
    17-09-2015
    Perseorangan
    v

    4.

    KAB. KEPAHIANG
    Drs. BANDO AMIN C. KADER, MM
    B. SUGIANTO, SH, MH
    131.17 – 614 TAHUN 2010
    132.17 – 615 TAHUN 2010
    26-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PBB, PKPI, P.Gerindra, Barnas, Pelopor
    v

    5.

    KAB. LEBONG
    ROSJONSYAH
    PANCA WIJAYA
    131.17 – 610 TAHUN 2010
    132.17 – 611 TAHUN 2010
    26-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    P.Hanura, PDI-P, PM
    v

    6.

    KAB. MUKOMUKO
    Drs. H. ICHWAN YUNUS, CPA, MM
    CHOIRUL HUDA, SH
    131.17 – 521 TAHUN 2010
    132.17 – 522 TAHUN 2010
    13-08-2010
    15-08-2010
    15-08-2015
    PD, P.Golkar, PKB, PKPB, PDI-P, PBB, Patriot, P.Hanura,
    v

    7.

    KOTA BENGKULU
    H. HELMI HASAN, SE
    Ir. PATRIANA SOSIALINDA
    131.17 – 30 TAHUN 2013
    132.17 – 31 TAHUN 2013
    10-01-2013
    21-01-2013
    21-01-2018
    PAN, PD, P. Golkar, P.Gerindra, PNBKI
    v

    8.

    KAB. BENGKULU SLTN
    H. RESKAN EFFENDI, SE
    DR. Drh. ROHIDIN MERSYAH, M. MA
    131.17 – 586 TAHUN 2010
    132.17 – 587 TAHUN 2010
    25-08-2010
    16-09-2010
    16-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PKS, PBB, PNIM
    v

    9.

    KAB. BENGKULU UTARA
    Dr. Ir. H. M. IMRON ROSYADI, MM, M.Si
    Ir. MIAN
    131.17 – 78 TAHUN 2011
    132.17 – 79 TAHUN 2011
    31-01-2011
    04-02-2011
    04-02-2016
    P.GOLKAR & PKS
    v

    10.

    KAB. BENGKULU TENGAH
    FERRY RAMLI, SH
    M. SABRI, S.Sos
    131.17 – 219 TAHUN 2012
    132.17 – 220 TAHUN 2012
    30-03-2012
    17-04-2012
    17-04-2017
    P. Golkar, PDK, P.Patriot
    v

    Catatan :

    1. Bupati Seluma an. H. Murman Effendi, SH, MH diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.17 – 882 Tahun 2012, tgl. 13 Desember 2012
    2. Drs. SLAMET DIYONO Wakil Bupati Rejang Lebong meninggal dunia pada tanggal 9 Oktober 2012

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI LAMPUNG
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTI-KAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. LAMPUNG SELATAN
    H. RYCKO MENOZA, SZP, SE, SH, MBA
    H. EKI SETYANTO, SE
    131.18 – 441 TAHUN 2010
    132.18 – 442 TAHUN 2010
    05-08-2010
    06-08-2010
    06-08-2015
    PDI-P, PD, PKNU, P. Gerindra
    v

    2.

    KOTA METRO
    Hi. LUKMAN HAKIM, SH, MM
    H. Drs. Hi. R. SALEH CHANDRA PAHLAWAN, MM
    131.18 – 528 TAHUN 2010
    132.18 – 529 TAHUN 2010
    16-08-2010
    20-08-2010
    20-08-2015
    PD, PKS, P.Gerindra, PKPI
    v

    3.

    KAB. WAY KANAN
    Hi. BUSTAMI ZAINUDIN, S.Pd
    H. RADEN NASUTION, SE, MM
    131.18 – 498 TAHUN 2010
    132.18 – 499 TAHUN 2010
    10-08-2010
    23-08-2010
    23-08-2015
    PKS, PKB, PKPI
    v

    4.

    KAB. LAMPUNG TIMUR
    ERWIN ARIFIN, SH, MH
    131.18 – 320 TAHUN 2012
    11-05-2012
    02-09-2010
    02-09-2015
    Perseorangan
    v

    5.

    KOTA BANDAR LAMPUNG
    Drs. Hi. HERMAN HN, MM
    Hi. TOBRONI HARUN, ST, MM
    131.18 – 616 TAHUN 2010
    132.18 – 617 TAHUN 2010
    26-08-2010
    15-09-2010
    15-09-2015
    PDI-P, PNBK, PBR, PKNU, PK, PBB, PNIM, PIS, PPIB, PR, P.Barnas, PDP, PP, PKPI, PPNUI, PSI, Pelopor, PB
    v

    6.

    KAB. LAMPUNG BARAT
    Drs. H. MUKHLIS BASRI
    Drs. H. MAKMUR AZHARI
    131.18 – 825 TAHUN 2012
    132.18 – 826 TAHUN 2012
    23-11-2012
    10-12-2012
    10-12-2017
    PDI-P, PD, PAN, PPP, P.Golkar, PKPI, PKS, PKB, Gerindra, PM
    v

    7.

    KAB. TULANG BAWANG
    Ir. HANAN A. ROZAK, M.Si
    HERY WARDOYO, SH
    131.18 – 857 TAHUN 2012
    132.18 – 858 TAHUN 2012
    03-12-2012
    17-12-2012
    17-12-2017
    PD, PPP, PBR
    v

    8.

    KAB. TANGGAMUS
    H. BAMBANG KURNIAWAN, ST
    H. SAMSUL HADI, S.Pd.I
    131.18 – 37 TAHUN 2013
    132.18 – 38 TAHUN 2013
    11-01-2013
    15-02-2013
    15-02-2018
    PDI-P, PKS, PBR, P.Hanura, PKPB
    v

    9.

    KAB. LAMPUNG UTARA
    Drs. Hi. ZAINAL ABIDIN, MM
    Drs. Hi. ROHIMAT ASLAN
    131.18 – 250 TAHUN 2009
    132.18 – 251 TAHUN 2009
    16-03-2009
    25-03-2009
    25-03-2014
    PDI-P, PAN, PDS, PNBK, P.Pancasila
    v

    10.

    KAB. LAMPUNG TNGH
    Hi. A. PAIRIN, S.Sos
    Ir. Hi. MUSTAFA, MH
    131.18 – 903 TAHUN 2010
    132.18 – 904 TAHUN 2010
    10-11-2010
    12-11-2010
    12-11-2015
    P.Golkar
    v

    11.

    KAB. PESAWARAN
    ARIES SANDI DARMA PUTRA, SH, MH
    Drs. Hi. MUSIRAN
    131.18 – 618 TAHUN 2010
    132.18 – 619 TAHUN 2010
    26-08-2010
    20-09-2010
    20-09-2015
    PD, PKB, PKPB, PBR, PPP
    v

    12.

    KAB. PRINGSEWU
    Hi. SUJADI
    Hi. HANDITYA NARAPATI, SH
    131.18 – 822 TAHUN 2011
    132.18 – 823 TAHUN 2011
    22-11-2011
    23-11-2011
    23-11-2016
    PDI-P, PD, PKS, PKNU, PKPI
    v

    13.

    KAB. TULANG BAWANG BARAT
    H. BAKHTIAR, SH, MM
    UMAR AHMAD, SP
    131.18 – 790 TAHUN 2011
    132.18 – 791 TAHUN 2011
    10-11-2011
    14-11-2011
    14-11-2016
    P.Golkar, PD, PKS, PKPI, PPIB, PPI, PKB, PK
    v

    14.

    KAB. MESUJI
    H. KHAMAMI, SH
    131.18 – 875 TAHUN 2011
    20-12-2011
    13-04-2012
    13-04-2017
    PDI-P, PDK
    v

    15.

    KAB. PESISIR BARAT
    KHERIANI, SE, MM (PJ)
    131.18-2790 Tahun 2013
    19-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    Catatan :

    1. Bupati Lampung Timur an. Hi. Satono, SH, SP diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.18 – 242 Tahun 2012, tgl. 5 April 2012
    2. Wakil Bupati Mesuji an. H. Ismail Ishak diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 132.18 – 284 Tahun 2012, tgl. 24 April 2012

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KEPULAUAN BANGKA BELITUNG

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTI-KAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. BANGKA TENGAH
    H. ERZALDI ROSMAN DJOHAN, SE, MM
    Ir. H. PATRIANUSA SJAHRUN
    131.19 – 686 TAHUN 2010
    132.19 – 687 TAHUN 2010
    15-09-2010
    24-09-2010
    24-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PAN, PPIB, PKPI, PPD
    v

    2.

    KAB. BELITUNG TIMUR
    dr. BASURI TJAHAJA PURNAMA, M.GIZI, Sp.GK
    ZARKANI
    131.19 – 588 TAHUN 2010
    132.19 – 589 TAHUN 2010
    25-08-2010
    06-09-2010
    06-09-2015
    P.Golkar
    v

    3.

    KAB. BANGKA BARAT
    Ust. H. ZUHRI M. SYAZALI, Lc, MA
    H. SUKIRMAN
    131.19 – 956 TAHUN 2010
    132.19 – 957 TAHUN 2010
    24-11-2010
    06-12-2010
    06-12-2015
    PKS, P.Hanura
    v

    4.

    KAB. BANGKA SELATAN
    H. JAMRO H. JALIL
    NURSAMSU H. ALIAS
    131.19 – 590 TAHUN 2010
    132.19 – 591 TAHUN 2010
    25-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    PKS, PDI-P
    v

    5.

    KOTA PANGKAL PINANG
    Drs. H. ZULKARNAIN KARIM, MM
    Drs. H. MALIKUL AMJAD
    131.19 – 572 TAHUN 2008
    132.19- 573 TAHUN 2008
    05-08-2008
    26-08-2008
    26-08-2013
    PD, PNBK, PP
    v

    6.

    KAB. BANGKA
    Ir. H. TARMIZI H. SAAT, MM
    Drs. RUSTAMSYAH
    131.19 – 6393 TAHUN 2013
    132.19 – 6394 TAHUN 2013
    23-08-2013
    25-09-2013
    25-09-2018
    PDI-P, PKS
    v

    7.

    KAB. BELITUNG
    SAHANI SALEH, BA
    132.19 – 923 TAHUN 2008
    03-12-2008
    30-12-2008
    30-12-2013
    PBB
    v

    Catatan :

    1. Ir. H. DARMANSYAH HUSEIN Bupati Belitung mengundurkan diri untuk dicalonkan sebagai Anggota DPR-RI dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.19-6357 Tahun 2013 tgl. 20-8-2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KEPULAUAN RIAU

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. LINGGA
    Drs. H. DARIA
    Drs. ABU HASIM, MM
    131.21 – 411 TAHUN 2010
    132.21 – 412 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    11-08-2010
    11-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PPP
    v

    2.

    KAB. BINTAN
    ANSAR AHMAD, SE, MM
    Drs. KHAZALIK
    131.21 – 338 TAHUN 2010
    132.21 – 339 TAHUN 2010
    06-07-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PDK, PB, PDI-P, PD, PAN
    v

    3.

    KAB. KARIMUN
    H. NURDIN BASIRUN, S.Sos
    H. AUNUR RAFIQ, S.Sos, M.Si.
    131.21 – 142 TAHUN 2011
    132.21 – 143 TAHUN 2011
    28-02-2011
    23-03-2011
    23-03-2016
    P.Hanura, PKS, PAN, PPIB, P.Golkar, PPP, PDIP, PBR, PD, PR
    v

    4.

    KAB. NATUNA
    Drs. H. ILYAS SABLI, M.Si
    IMALKO, S.Sos
    131.21 – 288 TAHUN 2011
    132.21 – 289 TAHUN 2011
    26-04-2011
    04-05-2011
    04-05-2016
    PD, P.Hanura, PDK
    v

    5.

    KOTA TNJ. PINANG
    H. LIS DARMANSYAH, SH
    H. SYAHRUL, S.Pd
    131.21 – 21 TAHUN 2013
    132.21 – 22 TAHUN 2013
    07-01-2013
    16-01-2013
    16-01-2018
    PDI-P, PAN, PPI, PMB, P. Gerindra
    v

    6.

    KOTA BATAM
    Drs. H. AHMAD DAHLAN
    H. RUDI, SE, MM
    131.21 – 131 TAHUN 2011
    132.21 – 132 TAHUN 2011
    23-02-2011
    01-03-2011
    01-03-2016
    PD, PKB, PKPI, PAN, Pelopor, PKDI, Patriot, PPDK, PM
    v

    7.

    KAB. KEP. ANAMBAS
    Drs. T. MUKHTARUDDIN
    ABDUL HARIS, SH
    131.21 – 396 TAHUN 2010
    132.21 – 397 TAHUN 2010
    28-07-2010
    09-08-2010
    09-08-2015
    PPP, PAN, PKP
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI DAERAH KHUSUS IBOKOTA JAKARTA

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPGUB
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    KETERANGAN

    1.

    KOTA JAKARTA PUSAT
    Drs. H. SAEFULLAH, M.Pd
    H. FATAHILLAH, SH, MH, MM
    2354/2010
    02-11-2010
    04-11-2010
    04-11-2015
    Non Parpol
    Di angkat oleh Gubernur

    2.

    KOTA JAKARTA UTARA
    H. BAMBANG SUGIONO
    ATMA SANJAYA
    1479/2008
    20-05-2008
    22-05-2008
    22-05-2013
    Non Parpol
    Di angkat oleh Gubernur

    3.

    KOTA JAKARTA TIMUR
    Drs. H. MURDHANI, MH
    NUGRAHA K. YASIN
    647/2010
    09-11-2010
    09-11-2010
    09-11-2015
    Non Parpol
    Di angkat oleh Gubernur

    4.

    KOTA JAKARTA BARAT
    Drs. H. BURHANUDDIN, MM
    H. SUKARNO
    2356/2010
    05-08-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    Non Parpol
    Di angkat oleh Gubernur

    5.

    KOTA JAKARTA SLTAN
    H. M. ANAS EFENDI, SH, MM
    Drs. H. SYAMSUDIN NOOR, M.Si
    2073/2011
    02-11-2011
    25-11-2011
    25-11-2016
    Non Parpol
    Di angkat oleh Gubernur

    6.

    KAB. KEP. SERIBU
    ACHMAD LUTFI
    NATSIR SABARA
    2357/2011
    20-10-2011
    26-10-2011
    26-10-2016
    Non Parpol
    Di angkat oleh Gubernur

    CATATAN :

    Walikota dan Bupati di Provinsi DKI Jakarta bukan Kepala Daerah Otonom

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI JAWA BARAT
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. SUKABUMI
    Drs. H. SUKMAWIJAYA, MM
    AKHMAD JAJULI, M.Pd
    131.32 – 345 TAHUN 2010
    132.32 – 346 TAHUN 2010
    13-07-2010
    29-08-2010
    29-08-2015
    PKS, P.HANURA
    v

    2.

    KOTA SUKABUMI
    H. MOHAMAD MURAD, SH, MM
    H. ACHMAD FAHMI, S.Ag, MM,Pd
    131.32 – 2856 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 2857 TAHUN 2013
    25-04-2013
    13-05-2013
    13-05-2018
    PD, PKS, PKB
    v

    3.

    KOTA CIREBON
    Drs. H. ANO SUTRISNO, MM
    Drs. NASRUDIN AZIS, SH
    131.32 – 2753 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 2754 TAHUN 2013
    09-04-2013
    16-04-2013
    16-04-2018
    P.Golkar, PD, PPP
    v

    4.

    KAB. CIREBON
    Drs. H. DEDI SUPARDI, MM
    H. ASON SUKASA, Sm.Hk.
    131.32 – 888 TAHUN 2008
    132.32 – 889 TAHUN 2008
    20-11-2008
    10-12-2008
    10-12-2013
    PDI-P, P. Golkar, PD, PAN
    v

    5.

    KAB. PURWAKARTA
    H. DEDI MULYADI, SH
    Drs. DADAN KOSWARA
    131.32 – 705 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 706 TAHUN 2013
    08-03-2013
    13-03-2013
    13-03-2018
    P.Golkar, PDIP, PKB, Hanura, Gerindra, PDP
    v

    6.

    KOTA BEKASI
    Dr. H. RAHMAT EFFENDI, S.Sos, M.Si
    H. AKHMAD SYAIKHU
    131.32 – 376 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 377 TAHUN 2013
    25-02-2013
    10-03-2013
    10-03-2018
    P.Golkar, PKS, P.Hanura, PKB
    v

    7.

    KAB. BEKASI
    dr. NENENG HASANAH YASIN
    H. ROHIM MINTAREJA, S.Sos
    131.32 – 299 TAHUN 2012
    132.32 – 300 TAHUN 2012
    01-05-2012
    14-05-2012
    14-05-2017
    P. Golkar, PD, PAN
    v

    8.

    KAB. SUMEDANG
    H. ENDANG SUKANDAR
    H. ADE IRAWAN
    131.32 – 2961 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 2962 TAHUN 2013
    28-05-2013
    05-07-2013
    05-07-2018
    PPP, PD
    v

    9.

    KOTA BANDUNG
    MOCHAMAD RIDWAN KAMIL
    ODED MUHAMAD DANIAL
    131.32 – 6529 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 6530 TAHUN 2013
    05-09-2013
    16-09-2013
    16-09-2018
    PKS, P. Gerindra
    v

    10.

    KAB. BANDUNG
    H. DADANG M. NASER, SH, S.IP
    DEDEN R. RUMAJI, S.Sos
    131.32 – 1022 TAHUN 2010
    132.32 – 1023TAHUN 2010
    13-12-2010
    15-12-2010
    15-12-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    11.

    KOTA BOGOR
    Drs. H. DIANI BUDIARTO, M.Si.
    drh. ACHMAD RU’YAT, M.Si
    131.32 – 12 TAHUN 2009
    132.32 – 756 TAHUN 2012
    07-01-2009
    29-10-2012
    07-04-2009
    07-04-2014
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PKS
    v

    12.

    KAB. BOGOR
    Drs. H. RACHMAT YASIN, MM
    H. KARYAWAN FATHURACHMAN, SH, MH
    131.32 – 991 TAHUN 2008
    132.32 – 992 TAHUN 2008
    23-12-2008
    30-12-2008
    30-12-2013
    PPP, PDI-P
    v

    13.

    KAB. SUBANG
    H. OJANG SOHANDI, S.STP, M.Si.
    131.32 – 475 TAHUN 2012
    24-07-2012
    19-12-2008
    09-08-2012
    19-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    14.

    KAB. CIAMIS
    H. ENGKON KOMARA
    Drs. H. IING SYAM ARIFIN
    131.32 – 29 TAHUN 2009
    132.32 – 30 TAHUN 2009
    12-01-2009
    07-04-2009
    07-04-2014
    P. Golkar, PAN
    v

    15.

    KOTA CIMAHI
    Hj. ATTY SUHARTI, SE
    Drs. H. SUDIARTO, SE, Ak
    131.32 – 745 TAHUN 2012
    132.32 – 746 TAHUN 2012
    19-10-2012
    19-10-2012
    19-10-2017
    P.Golkar, PPP, PBB, PKB
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    16.

    KAB. MAJALENGKA
    H. SUTRISNO, SE, M.Si
    Drs. H. KARNA SOBAHI, MM.Pd.
    131.32 – 878 TAHUN 2008
    132.32 – 879 TAHUN 2008
    17-11-2008
    12-12-2008
    12-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    17.

    KAB. KUNINGAN
    H. AANG HAMID SUGANDA, S.Sos
    Drs. H. MOMON ROCHMANA, MM
    131.32 – 870 TAHUN 2008
    132.32 – 871 TAHUN 2008
    14-11-2008
    04-12-2008
    04-12-2013
    PDI-P, P. Golkar
    v

    18.

    KAB. GARUT
    H. AGUS HAMDANI GS, S.Pd.I
    131.32 – 969 TAHUN 2013
    19-03-2013
    04-04-2013
    23-01-2014
    Perseorangan
    v

    19.

    KAB. INDRAMAYU
    Hj. ANNA SOPHANAH
    Drs. H. SUPENDI, M.Si
    131.32 – 855 TAHUN 2010
    132.32 – 856 TAHUN 2010
    01-11-2010
    12-12-2010
    12-12-2015
    P.Golkar, PKB
    v

    20.

    KAB. CIANJUR
    Drs. H. TJETJEP MUCHTAR SOLEH, MM
    dr. H. SURANTO, MM
    131.32 – 376 TAHUN 2011
    132.32 – 377 TAHUN 2011
    13-05-2011
    18-05-2011
    18-05-2016
    PD, PBB, PAN, PPRN
    v

    21.

    KAB. TASIKMALAYA
    H. UU RUZHANUL ULUM, SE
    ADE SUGIANTO, S.IP
    131.32 – 158 TAHUN 2011
    132.32 – 159 TAHUN 2011
    07-03-2011
    08-03-2011
    08-03-2016
    PPP, PDI-P, PAN
    v

    22.

    KOTA TASIKMALAYA
    Drs. H. BUDI BUDIMAN
    Ir. H. DEDE SUDRAJAT, MP
    131.32 – 667 TAHUN 2012
    132.32 – 668 TAHUN 2012
    19-09-2012
    14-11-2012
    14-11-2017
    PPP, PBR, PBB, PKB, PD, PKS
    v

    23.

    KAB. KARAWANG
    Drs. H. ADE SWARA, MH
    dr. CELLICA NURRACHADIANA
    131.32 – 1067 TAHUN 2010
    132.32 – 1068TAHUN 2010
    22-12-2010
    27-12-2010
    27-12-2015
    PD, P.Gerindra, PBB, PKS
    v

    24.

    KOTA DEPOK
    Dr. Ir. H. NUR MAHMUDI ISMA’IL, M.Sc
    Dr. KH. M. IDRIS ABDUL SHOMAD, MA
    131.32 – 63 TAHUN 2011
    132.32 – 64 TAHUN 2011
    24-01-2011
    26-01-2011
    26-01-2016
    PKS, PAN
    v

    25.

    KOTA BANJAR
    Dr. H. HERMAN SUTRISNO, MM
    H. AKHMAD DIMYATI, S.Ip.
    131.32 – 894 TAHUN 2008
    132.32 – 895 TAHUN 2008
    20-11-2008
    04-12-2008
    04-12-2013
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PPP, PBR, Pancasila, PD, PKPB
    v

    26.

    KAB. BANDUNG BARAT
    Drs. H. ABUBAKAR, M.Si
    Drs. YAYAT T. SOEMITRA
    131.32 – 4670 TAHUN 2013
    132.32 – 4671 TAHUN 2013
    09-07-2013
    17-07-2013
    17-07-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    27.

    KAB. PANGANDARAN
    DR. Drs.H. ENDJANG NAFFANDY, M.Si (PJ)
    131.32-2781 TAHUN 2013
    16-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    Catatan :

    1. Bupati Subang Drs. EEP HIDAYAT, diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.32 – 240 Tahun 2012, tgl. 5 April 2012
    2. Wakil Walikota Cirebon H. Sunaryo HW, SIP, MM diberhentikan sementara dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.32 – 68 Tahun 2012 tgl. 16 Februari 2012
    3. Bupati Garut ACENG H.M. FIKRI, S.Ag diberhentikan dengan Keppres RI

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI JAWA TENGAH
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA PEKALONGAN
    dr. MUHAMAD BASYIR AHMAD
    ACHMAD ALF ARSLAN DJUNAID, SE
    131.33 – 436 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 437 TAHUN 2010
    05-08-2010
    09-08-2010
    09-08-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    2.

    KAB. PEKALONGAN
    Drs. H.AMAT ANTONO, M.Si
    FADIA ARAFIQ
    131.33 – 414 TAHUN 2011
    132.33 – 415 TAHUN 2011
    08-06-2011
    27-06-2011
    27-06-2016
    PD, PKNU, PPP, P.Gerindra
    v

    3.

    KOTA SEMARANG
    HENDRAR PRIHADI, SE, MM
    131.33 – 4666 TAHUN 2013
    09-07-2013
    19-07-2010
    19-07-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    4.

    KAB. SEMARANG
    dr. H. MUNDJIRIN ES, Sp.OG
    Ir. H. WARNADI, MM
    131.33 – 713 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 714 TAHUN 2010
    20-09-2010
    28-09-2010
    28-09-2015
    PD, PAN, P.Hanura, PDI-P
    v

    5.

    KAB. TEGAL
    Ir. SATRIYO HIDAYAT (PJ)
    131.33 – 890 TAHUN 2012
    29-07-2013
    …-08-2013
    08-01-2014
    PDI-P

    v

    6.

    KOTA TEGAL
    H. IKMAL JAYA, SE, Ak.
    H. HABIB ALI ZAENAL ABIDIN, SE
    131.33 -971 TAHUN 2008
    132.33 – 972 TAHUN 2008
    19-12-2008
    23-03-2009
    23-03-2014
    PDI-P, PPP, PKS
    v

    7.

    KOTA MAGELANG
    Ir. H. SIGIT WIDYONINDITO, MT
    JOKO PRASETYO
    131.33 – 481 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 482 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    29-08-2010
    29-08-2015
    PDI-P, PAN, PKS
    v

    8.

    KAB. MAGELANG
    Ir. H. SINGGIH SANYOTO
    H. M. ZAENAL ARIFIN, SH
    131.33 – 959 TAHUN 2008
    132.33 – 960 TAHUN 2008
    16-12-2008
    12-01-2009
    12-01-2014
    PKB, PDI-P, PAN, PD
    v

    9.

    KAB. KEBUMEN
    H. BUYAR WINARSO, SE
    DJUWARNI, Amd.Pd
    131.33 – 374 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 375 TAHUN 2010
    23-07-2010
    26-07-2010
    26-07-2015
    PPP, PAN, PKNU, P. GERINDRA
    v

    10.

    KAB. REMBANG
    H. MOCH. SALIM
    H. ABDUL HAFIDZ
    131.33 – 288 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 289 TAHUN 2010
    23-06-2010
    20-07-2010
    20-07-2015
    PD
    v

    11.

    KOTA SURAKARTA
    FX. HADI RUDYATMO
    DR. ACHMAD PURNOMO
    131.33 – 699 TAHUN 2012
    131.33 – 1001 TAHUN 2013
    04-10-2012
    21-03-2013
    19-10-2012
    28-07-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KAB. PURBALINGGA
    Drs. H. SUKENTO RIDO MARHAENDRIANTO, MM
    131.33 – 317 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 318 TAHUN 2010
    29-06-2010
    27-07-2010
    27-07-2015
    PDI-P, PAN, PKS, PKB
    v

    13.

    KAB. BOYOLALI
    Drs. SENO SAMODRO
    AGUS PURMANTO, SH., M.Si
    131.33 – 290 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 291 TAHUN 2010
    23-06-2010
    03-08-2010
    03-08-2015
    PDI-P, PKB
    v

    14.

    KAB. BLORA
    DJOKO NUGROHO
    H. ABU NAFI, SH
    131.33 – 384 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 385 TAHUN 2010
    23-07-2010
    11-08-2010
    11-08-2015
    PD, PKB, PPP, PPIB, P.Hanura, PDK
    v

    15.

    KAB. KENDAL
    dr. Hj. WIDYA KANDI SUSANTI, MM
    H. MUKH. MUSTAMSIKIN, S.Ag, M.Si
    131.33 – 380 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 381 TAHUN 2010
    23-07-2010
    23-08-2010
    23-08-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    16.

    KAB. SUKOHARJO
    H. WARDOYO WIJAYA, SH, MH
    Drs. H. HARYANTO, MM
    131.33 – 487 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 488 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    01-09-2010
    01-09-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    17.

    KAB. KARANGANYAR
    Hj. RINA IRIANI SRI RATNANINGSIH, S.Pd, M.Hum
    PARYONO, SH, MH
    131.33 – 953 TAHUN 2008
    132.33 – 954 TAHUN 2008
    12-12-2008
    15-12-2008
    15-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    18.

    KAB. CILACAP
    H. TATTO SUWARTO PAMUJI
    H. AKHMAD EDI SUSANTO, S.T
    131.33 – 782 TAHUN 2012
    132.33 – 783 TAHUN 2012
    12-11-2012
    19-11-2012
    19-11-2017
    P. Golkar, PAN, P.Hanura, PKPB
    v

    19.

    KAB. KUDUS
    MUSTHOFA
    ABDUL HAMID
    131.33 – 4777 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 – 4778 TAHUN 2013
    24-07-2013
    13-08-2013
    13-08-2018
    PDI-P, PAN, PPP, P.Gerindra, PPPI, PKS, Pelopor
    v

    20.

    KAB. TEMANGGUNG
    Drs. H. M. BAMBANG SUKARNO
    IRAWAN PRASETYADI, S.Si
    131.33 – 4691 TAHUN 2013
    132.33 – 4692 TAHUN 2013
    12-07-2013
    29-07-2013
    29-07-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    21.

    KAB. BATANG
    YOYOK RIYO SUDIBYO
    H. SOETADI, SH, MM
    131.33 – 60 TAHUN 2012
    132.33 – 61 TAHUN 2012
    08-02-2012
    13-02-2012
    13-02-2017
    P.Golkar, PPP, PAN, PDP, PPRN, PKNU, Pelopor, Barnas, PD, PBR, PNIM, PR
    v

    22.

    KAB. BANYUMAS
    Ir. H. ACHMAD HUSEIN
    dr. BUDHI SETIAWAN
    131.33 – 2743 TAHUN 2013
    132.33 – 2744 TAHUN 2013
    05-04-2013
    11-04-2013
    11-04-2018
    PDI-P, PPP
    v

    23.

    KAB. BREBES
    Hj. IDZA PRIYANTI, A.Md
    NARJO
    131.33 – 845 TAHUN 2012
    132.33 – 846 TAHUN 2012
    30-11-2012
    04-12-2012
    04-12-2017
    PDI-P, P.Gerindra, PKS
    v

    24.

    KAB. WONOSOBO
    Drs. H. ABDUL KHOLIQ ARIF, M.Si
    Dra. Hj. MAYA ROSIDA, MM
    131.33 – 762 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 763 TAHUN 2010
    04-10-2010
    30-10-2010
    30-10-2015
    PKB, P.Golkar, PPP
    v

    25.

    KAB. WONOGIRI
    H. DANAR RAHMANTO
    YULI HANDOKO, SE
    131.33 – 825 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 826 TAHUN 2010
    21-10-2010
    01-11-2010
    01-11-2015
    PAN, PPP, P.Gerindra
    v

    26.

    KAB. PURWOREJO
    Drs. H. MAHSUN ZAIN, M.Ag
    SUHAR
    131.33 – 846 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 847 TAHUN 2010
    28-10-2010
    30-10-2010
    30-10-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    27.

    KAB. SRAGEN
    AGUS FATCHUR RAHMAN, SH, MH
    H. DARYANTO, SH
    131.33 – 290 TAHUN 2011
    132.33 – 291 TAHUN 2011
    26-04-2011
    04-05-2011
    04-05-2016
    P. Golkar, PAN, PPP
    v

    28.

    KAB. KLATEN
    H. SUNARNA, SE, M.Hum
    Hj. SRI HARTINI
    131.33 – 870 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 871 TAHUN 2010
    01-11-2010
    02-12-2010
    02-12-2015
    PDI-P, PKS, PD
    v

    29.

    KAB. PEMALANG
    H. JUNAIDI, SH, MM
    MUKTI AGUNG WIBOWO, ST
    131.33 – 1065 TAHUN 2010
    132.33 – 1066TAHUN 2010
    22-12-2010
    24-01-2011
    24-01-2016
    P. Golkar
    v

    30.

    KAB. GROBOGAN
    H. BAMBANG PUDJIONO, SH
    H. ICEK BASKORO, SH
    131.33 – 163 TAHUN 2011
    132.33 – 164 TAHUN 2011
    10-03-2011
    14-03-2011
    14-03-2016
    P. Golkar
    v

    31.

    KAB. DEMAK
    Drs. H. MOH. DACHIRIN SAID, SH, M.Si
    131.33 – 563 TAHUN 2012
    14-10-2012
    10-10-2012
    03-05-2016
    P. Golkar, PKS, PPP, PKB
    v

    32.

    KOTA SALATIGA
    YULIYANTO, SE, MM
    H. MUH. HARIS, SS, M.Si
    131.33 – 503 TAHUN 2011
    132.33 – 504 TAHUN 2011
    06-07-2011
    11-07-2011
    11-07-2016
    PKS, PIS, PPP, PD
    v

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    33.

    KAB. BANJARNEGARA
    H. SUTEDJO SLAMET UTOMO, SH, M.Hum
    Drs. H. HADI SUPENO, M.Si
    131.33 – 693 TAHUN 2011
    132.33 – 694 TAHUN 2011
    28-09-2011
    18-10-2011
    18-10-2016
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PPP, PKS, P.Gerindra, PKNU, PBR, P. Hanura, PPRN, Barnas
    v

    34.

    KAB. PATI
    H. HARYANTO, SH, MM
    HM. BUDIYONO
    131.33 – 514 TAHUN 2012
    132.33 – 515 TAHUN 2012
    03-08-2012
    07-08-2012
    07-08-2017
    PKS, PKB, P. Gerindra, PPI, PPP, P. Hanura, PKPB
    v

    35.

    KAB. JEPARA
    H. AHMAD MARZUQI, SE
    Dr. H. SUBROTO, SE, MM
    131.33 – 182 TAHUN 2012
    132.33 – 183 TAHUN 2012
    21-03-2012
    10-04-2012
    10-04-2017
    PPP, PAN, PKP
    v

    Catatan :

    1. Bupati Tegal H. Agus Riyanto, S.Sos, MM diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.33-529 Tahun 2012 tgl. 7 Agustus 2011.
    2. Bupati Demak Drs. H. TAFTA ZANI, MM meninggal dunia pada tanggal 17 Maret 2012.
    3. Walikota Semarang Drs. H. Soemarmo HS, M.Si diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.33-2903 Tahun 2013 tgl. 7 Mei 2013.
    4. Ir. H. JOKO WIDODO Walikota Surakarta terpilih menjadi Gubernur DKI Jakarta
    5. H. MOCH. HERY SOELISTIAWAN, SH, M.Hum Wakil Bupati diisahkan menjadi Bupati Tegal dan meninggal dunia pada tgl. 18 Mei 2013
    6. Drs. H. HERU SUDJATMOKO, M.Si Bupati Purbalingga disahkan pemberhentiannya sesuai Kepmendagri No. 131.33-6519 Tahun 2013 tgl. 5 September 2013 (sebagai Wagub Jateng)

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA YOGYAKARTA
    Drs. H. HARYADI SUYUTI
    IMAM PRIYONO D. PUTRANTO, SE, M.Si
    131.34 – 810 TAHUN 2011
    132.34 – 811 TAHUN 2011
    16-11-2011
    20-12-2011
    20-12-2016
    PDI-P, P. Golkar
    v

    2.

    KAB. SLEMAN
    Drs. H. SRI PURNOMO, M.Si
    Hj. YUNI SATIA RAHAYU, SS, M.Hum
    131.34 – 328 TAHUN 2010
    132.34 – 329 TAHUN 2010
    29-06-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    PDI-P, PAN, P. Gerindra
    v

    3.

    KAB. KULON PROGO
    dr. H. HASTO WARDOYO, Sp.OG (K)
    Drs. H. SUTEDJO
    131.34 – 604 TAHUN 2011
    132.34 – 605 TAHUN 2011
    12-08-2011
    24-08-2011
    24-08-2016
    PDI-P, PAN, PPP
    v

    4.

    KAB. GUNUNG KIDUL
    Hj. BADINGAH, S.Sos
    Drs. IMMAWAN WAHYUDI, MH
    131.34 – 94 TAHUN 2011
    132.34 – 536 TAHUN 2011
    07-02-2011
    12-07-2011
    ..-02-2011
    28-07-2015
    PAN
    v

    5.

    KAB. BANTUL
    Hj. SRI SURYA WIDATI
    Drs. H. SUMARNO, PRS
    131.34 – 326 TAHUN 2010
    132.34 – 327 TAHUN 2010
    29-06-2010
    27-07-2010
    27-07-2015
    PAN, P. Golkar, PKPB
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI JAWA TIMUR
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. NGAWI
    Ir. H. BUDI SULISTYONO
    ONY ANWAR, ST
    131.35 – 299 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 300 TAHUN 2010
    24-06-2010
    27-07-2010
    27-07-2015
    PDI-P, P.Golkar, PAN, PKS
    v

    2.

    KAB. JEMBER
    Ir. MZA DJALAL, M.Si
    KUSEN ANDALAS, S.IP
    131.35 – 787 TAHUN 2011
    132.35 – 601 TAHUN 2012
    08-11-2011
    03-09-2012
    08-11-2011
    11-08-2015
    PDI-P, PKNU, PPP, PAN, P.Golkar, P.Hanura
    v

    3.

    KAB. LAMONGAN
    H. FADELI, SH, MM
    Drs. AMAR SAIFUDIN, MM
    131.35 – 423 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 424 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    09-08-2010
    09-08-2015
    PKB, PAN, P.Golkar, PD
    v

    4.

    KAB. PONOROGO
    H. AMIN, SH
    YUNI WIDYANINGSIH, SH
    131.35 – 458 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 459 TAHUN 2010
    06-08-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    5.

    KOTA BLITAR
    MUH. SAMANHUDI ANWAR, SH
    H. PURNAWAN BUCHORI
    131.35 – 394 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 395 TAHUN 2010
    28-07-2010
    03-08-2010
    03-08-2015
    PDI-P, PKB, dan (10 Parpol Non Parlemen)
    v

    6.

    KAB. BLITAR
    H. HERRY NOEGROHO, SE, MH
    Drs. H. RIJANTO, MM
    131.35 – 1 TAHUN 2011
    132.35 – 2 TAHUN 2011
    03-01-2011
    31-01-2011
    31-01-2016
    PDI-P, PD, PKS, PPP, P. Golkar, P.Gerindra
    v

    7.

    KAB. SITUBONDO
    H. DADANG WIGIARTO, SH
    RACHMAD, SH, M.Hum
    131.35 – 657 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 658 TAHUN 2010
    03-09-2010
    06-09-2010
    06-09-2015
    PKNU, P.Golkar
    v

    8.

    KOTA KEDIRI
    DRS. H. A. MASCHUT
    H. BAMBANG EDIANTO, SH, MM
    131.35 – 308 TAHUN 2009
    132.35 – 309 TAHUN 2009
    24-03-2009
    02-04-2009
    02-04-2014
    PAN, PPP, PDS
    v

    9.

    KAB. KEDIRI
    dr. Hj. HARYANTI SUTRISNO
    Drs. H. MASKURI, MM
    131.35 – 421 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 422 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    19-08-2010
    19-08-2015
    PDI-P, P.Golkar, P.Hanura, PPP, PKNU
    v

    10.

    KAB. SUMENEP
    KH. ABUYA BUSYRO KARIM, M.Si
    Ir. H. SOENGKONO SIDIK, S.Sos, M.Si
    131.35 – 779 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 780 TAHUN 2010
    07-10-2010
    19-10-2010
    19-10-2015
    PKB, PDI-P
    v

    11.

    KOTA SURABAYA
    Ir. TRI RISMAHARINI, MT
    131.35 – 719 TAHUN 2010
    21-09-2010
    28-09-2010
    28-09-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KAB. MADIUN
    H. MUHTAROM, S.Sos
    Drs. H. ISWANTO, M.Si
    131.35 – 4813 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -4814 TAHUN 2013
    30-07-2013
    03-08-2013
    03-08-2018
    PKB, PD
    v

    13.

    KOTA MADIUN
    H. BAMBANG IRIANTO, SH, MM
    H. SUGENG RISMIYANTO, SH, M.Hum
    131.35 – 401 TAHUN 2009
    132.35 – 402 TAHUN 2009
    20-04-2009
    29-04-2009
    29-04-2014
    P. Golkar, PD, PBR, PKP, PKPB
    v

    14.

    KOTA PROBOLINGGO
    H. M. BUCHORI, SH, M.Si.
    Drs. H. BANDY K SOETRISNO, M.Si.
    131.35 – 49 TAHUN 2009
    132.35 – 50 TAHUN 2009
    16-01-2009
    28-01-2009
    28-01-2014
    PDI-P, P. Golkar, PPP, PD, PKS, Pelopor, PNIM, PBR, PDS, PDK, PNBK, Pancasila
    v

    15.

    KAB. PROBOLINGGO
    Hj. PUPUT TANTRIANA SARI, SE
    Drs. H. AHMAD TIMBUL PRIHANJOKO
    131.35 – 120 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 – 121 TAHUN 2013
    06-02-2013
    20-2-2013
    20-2-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    16.

    KOTA PASURUAN
    H. HASANI
    Drs. H. SETIYONO, M.Si
    131.35 – 784 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 785 TAHUN 2010
    07-10-2010
    18-10-2010
    18-10-2015
    PKB, PPP, PAN, P.Golkar
    v

    17.

    KAB. PASURUAN
    H. M. IRSYAD YUSUF, SE
    RIANG KULUP PRAYUDA
    131.35 – 2982 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -2983 TAHUN 2013
    31-05-2013
    09-07-2013
    09-07-2018
    PKB, PD
    v

    18.

    KAB. GRESIK
    Dr. H. SAMBARI HALIM RADIANTO, Ir, ST, M.Si
    Drs. H. MOH. QOSIM, M.Si
    131.35 – 721 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 722 TAHUN 2010
    21-09-2010
    27-09-2010
    27-09-2015
    Perseorangan
    v

    19.

    KAB. BANGKALAN
    MUHAMMAD MAKMUN IBNU FUAD
    Ir. H. MONDIR A. ROFI’I
    131.35 – 210 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 – 211 TAHUN 2013
    19-02-2013
    04-03-2013
    04-03-2018
    PKB, PAN, PD, PDI-P, P. Hanura, PPP, P. Gerindra, PDP, P.Golkar, PKS
    v

    20.

    KAB. NGANJUK
    Drs. H. TAUFIQURRAHMAN
    Drs. KH. ABDUL WACHID BADRUS, M.PDi
    131.35 – 2762 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -2763 TAHUN 2013
    12-04-2013
    16-04-2013
    16-04-2018
    PDI-P, PKB
    v

    21.

    KAB. TULUNGAGUNG
    SYAHRI MULYO, SE
    Drs. H. MARYOTO BIROWO, MM
    131.35 – 2821 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -2822 TAHUN 2013
    24-04-2013
    30-04-2013
    30-04-2018
    PKNU, P.Patriot, PDP
    v

    22.

    KAB. MAGETAN
    Drs. H. SUMANTRI, MM
    SAMSI
    131.35 – 4587 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -4588 TAHUN 2013
    20-06-2013
    23-07-2013
    23-07-2018
    PDI-P, P.Golkar, PKB, PKS, PPP
    v

    23.

    KOTA MALANG
    H. MOCH. ANTON
    SUTIAJI
    131.35 – 6478 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -6479 TAHUN 2013
    02-09-2013
    13-09-2013
    13-09-2018
    PKB, P. Gerindra
    v

    24.

    KAB. MALANG
    Drs. H. RENDRA KRESNA, SH, MM
    H. SUBHAN, S.Md
    131.35 – 803 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 804 TAHUN 2010
    18-10-2010
    26-10-2010
    26-10-2015
    P.Golkar, PD
    v

    25.

    KAB. BONDOWOSO
    Drs. H. AMIN SAID HUSNI
    Drs. KH. SALWA ARIFIN
    131.35 – 4714 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -4715 TAHUN 2013
    17-07-2013
    16-09-2013
    16-09-2018
    PPP, PKB,PD, P.Golkar, PKS, PAN, PBN, PKPB, PPRN, P.Patriot, PBB, P.Gerindra, PM, PK, PPD, PKPI, PPNUI, PNBKI, PRN, PDP
    v

    26.

    KAB. LUMAJANG
    DR. H. SJAHRAZAD MASDAR, MA
    Drs. H. AS’AT, M.Ag
    131.35 – 6370 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -6371 TAHUN 2013
    20-08-2013
    26-08-2013
    26-08-2018
    PD, P.Golkar, PAN
    v

    27.

    KAB. JOMBANG
    Drs. Ec. H. NYONO SUHARLI WIHANDOKO
    Hj. MUNDJIDAH WAHAB
    131.35 – 4825 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -4826 TAHUN 2013
    31-07-2013
    24-09-2013
    24-09-2018
    P.Golkar, PPP, PKS, P.Gerindra
    v

    28.

    KAB. BOJONEGORO
    Drs. H. SUYOTO, M.Si
    Drs. H. SETYO HARTONO, MM
    131.35 – 188 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 – 189 TAHUN 2013
    15-02-2013
    13-03-2013
    13-03-2018
    PAN, P. Gerindra, PD
    v

    29.

    KAB. PAMEKASAN
    Drs. H. ACHMAD SYAFII
    HALIL
    131.35 -2713 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 -2714 TAHUN 2013
    03-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2018
    PD, PPP, PAN, PKS, P.Hanura
    v

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    30.

    KOTA MOJOKERTO
    Ir. H. ABDUL GANI SOEHARTONO, MM
    Drs. H. MAS’UD YUNUS
    131.35 – 904 TAHUN 2008
    132.35 – 905 TAHUN 2008
    21-11-2008
    05-12-2008
    05-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    31.

    KAB. MOJOKERTO
    H. MUSTOFA KAMAL PASA, SE
    Dra. Hj. CHOIRUN NISA, M.Pd
    131.35 – 620 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 621 TAHUN 2010
    27-08-2010
    18-10-2010
    18-10-2015
    PKB, PKS, PPP, PBB, PAN, PKPB, P.Patriot
    v

    32.

    KAB. SAMPANG
    Drs. A. FANNAN HASIB
    H. FADHILAH BUDIONO
    131.35 – 192 TAHUN 2013
    132.35 – 193 TAHUN 2013
    18-02-2013
    26-02-2013
    26-02-2018
    PBR, PKS, PPNUI
    v

    33.

    KAB. PACITAN
    Drs. INDARTATO, MM
    Drs. PRAYITNO, M.Pd
    131.35 – 92 TAHUN 2011
    132.35 – 93 TAHUN 2011
    07-02-2011
    21-02-2011
    21-02-2016
    PD, PPP, PKS, PAN, P.Hanura
    v

    34.

    KAB. TRENGGALEK
    dr. Ir. H. MULYADI WR, MMT
    KHOLIQ, SH, M.Si
    131.35 – 717 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 718 TAHUN 2010
    21-09-2010
    04-10-2010
    04-10-2015
    PDI-P, PKB
    v

    35.

    KAB. SIDOARJO
    H. SAIFUL ILAH, SH, M.Hum
    H. M. G. HADI SUTJIPTO, SH, MM
    131.35 – 715 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 716 TAHUN 2010
    20-09-2010
    01-11-2010
    01-11-2015
    PKB
    v

    36.

    KAB. TUBAN
    H. FATHUL HUDA
    Ir. H. NOOR NAHAR HUSSEIN, M.Si
    131.35 – 358 TAHUN 2011
    132.35 – 359 TAHUN 2011
    11-05-2011
    20-06-2011
    20-06-2016
    PKB, P.Gerindra, PPP, PBB
    v

    37.

    KAB. BANYUWANGI
    H. ABDULLAH AZWAR ANAS, M.Si
    YUSUF WIDYATMOKO, S.Sos
    131.35 – 801 TAHUN 2010
    132.35 – 802 TAHUN 2010
    18-10-2010
    21-10-2010
    21-10-2015
    PDI-P, PKB, PKS
    v

    38.

    KOTA BATU
    EDDY RUMPOKO
    H. PUNJUL SANTOSO, MM
    131.35 – 852 TAHUN 2012
    132.35 – 853 TAHUN 2012
    03-12-2012
    26-12-2012
    26-12-2017
    PDI-P, PAN, PD, PKS, P.Gerindra
    v

    Catatan :

    Drs. BAMBANG DWI HARTONO, M.Pd Wakil Walikota Surabaya mengundurkan diri dgn Kepmendagri No. 132.35 – 4490 Tahun 2013 tgl. 3 Juni 2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI BANTEN

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA CILEGON
    H.Tb.IMAN ARIYADI,S.Ag, MM, M.Si
    Drs. H. EDI ARIADI, M.Si
    131.36 – 305 TAHUN 2010
    132.36 – 306 TAHUN 2010
    24-06-2010
    20-07-2010
    20-07-2015
    P.Golkar, PKS, PAN, PBB, PDI-P, PKNU, P.Hanura, PKDI, PK, PPRN, PKPI, PDP, P.Pelopor, PIS, PDS, PNBKI, PBR, PB, PPNU, PKPB, PPPI, P.Republikan
    v

    2.

    KAB. SERANG
    Drs. H. A. TAUFIK NURIMAN, MM, MBA
    Hj. RATU TATU CHASANAH, SE
    131.36 – 303 TAHUN 2010
    132.36 – 304 TAHUN 2010
    24-06-2010
    28-07-2010
    28-07-2015
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PKS, PPP, PKPI, PD, P.Hanura
    v

    3.

    KAB. PANDEGLANG
    Drs. H. ERWAN KURTUBI, MM
    Hj. HERYANI
    131.36 – 136 TAHUN 2011
    132.36 – 137 TAHUN 2011
    24-02-2011
    10-03-2011
    10-03-2016
    PD, P.Golkar, PKS, PKB, PPRN, PKPB, PMB, P.Hanura, PPI
    v

    4.

    KAB. LEBAK
    H. MULYADI JAYABAYA
    Ir. H. AMIR HAMZAH, M.Si.
    131.36 – 855 TAHUN 2008
    132.36 – 856 TAHUN 2008
    10-11-2008
    17-11-2008
    17-11-2013
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PKB, PKS, PBR, PPD, PD
    v

    5.

    KOTA TANGERANG
    H. ARIEF RACHADIONO WISMANSYAH, BSc., M.Kes.
    132.36 – 856 TAHUN 2008
    10-11-2008
    16-11-2008
    16-11-2013
    Koalisi Bersama
    v

    6.

    KAB. TANGERANG
    AHMED ZAKI ISKANDAR Z
    Drs. H. HERMANSYAH, MM
    131.36 – 218 TAHUN 2013
    132.36 – 219 TAHUN 2013
    20-02-2013
    22-03-2013
    22-03-2018
    P.Golkar, P.Hanura, Gerindra, PKS, PKB, PBR,PBB
    v

    7.

    KOTA SERANG
    H. TB. HAERUL JAMAN, B.Sc.
    H. NANA SURYANA, M.Si
    131.36 – 189 TAHUN 2011
    132.36 – 621 TAHUN 2011
    21-03-2011
    16-08-2011
    25-03-2011
    04-12-2013
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    8.

    KOTA TANGERANG SELATAN
    Hj. AIRIN RACHMI DIANY, SH, MH
    Drs. H. BENYAMIN DAVNIE
    131.36 – 260 TAHUN 2011
    132.36 – 261 TAHUN 2011
    08-04-2011
    20-04-2011
    20-04-2016
    PD, PKS, P.Golkar, PDI-P, PAN, PKB, PDS, PPDI, PKPI
    v

    Catatan :

    Drs. H. WAHIDIN HALIM Walikota Tangerang mengundurkan diri dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.36 – 6630 Tahun 2013 tgl. 12 September 2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI BALI

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. KARANG ASEM
    I WAYAN GEREDEG, SH
    I MADE SUKERANA, SH
    131.51 – 311 TAHUN 2010
    132.51 – 312 TAHUN 2010
    24-06-2010
    21-07-2010
    21-07-2015
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    2.

    KAB. BADUNG
    ANAK AGUNG GDE AGUNG, SH.
    Drs. I KETUT SUDIKERTA
    131.51 – 307 TAHUN 2010
    132.51 – 308 TAHUN 2010
    24-06-2010
    05-08-2010
    05-08-2015
    P. Golkar, PD, PKPB, PNIM, Pelopor, PDS, PNBK,P.Patriot, PKPI, PKB, PDP, PPIB, PKS, P.Hanura, P.Kedaulatan
    v

    3.

    KAB. TABANAN
    NI PUTU EKA WIRYASTUTI
    I KOMANG GEDE SANJAYA, SE, MM
    131.51 – 319 TAHUN 2010
    132.51 – 320 TAHUN 2010
    29-06-2010
    09-08-2010
    09-08-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    4.

    KOTA DENPASAR
    IDA BAGUS RAI DHARMAWIJAYA MANTRA, SE, M.Si.
    I GUSTI NGURAH JAYA NEGARA, SE
    131.51 – 282 TAHUN 2010
    132.51 – 283 TAHUN 2010
    23-06-2010
    11-08-2010
    11-08-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    5.

    KAB. BANGLI
    I MADE GIANYAR, SH, M.Hum
    SANG NYOMAN SEDANA ARTA
    131.51 – 407 TAHUN 2010
    132.51 – 408 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    05-08-2010
    05-08-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    6.

    KAB. GIANYAR
    A.A GDE AGUNG BHARATA, SH
    I MADE MAHAYASTRA, SST.Par. MAP
    131.51 – 25 TAHUN 2013
    132.51 – 26 TAHUN 2013
    07-01-2013
    21-02-2013
    21-02-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    7.

    KAB. BULELENG
    PUTU AGUS SURADNYANA, ST
    Dr. I NYOMAN SUTJIDRA, Sp.OG
    131.51 – 419 TAHUN 2012
    132.51 – 420 TAHUN 2012
    28-06-2012
    24-07-2012
    24-07-2017
    PDI-P
    v

    8.

    KAB. KLUNGKUNG
    TJOKORDA GEDE AGUNG
    131.51 – 951 TAHUN 2008
    132.51 – 952 TAHUN 2008
    12-12-2008
    15-12-2008
    15-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    9.

    KAB. JEMBRANA
    I PUTU ARTHA, SE, MM
    I MADE KEMBANG HARTAWAN, SE, MM
    131.51 – 114 TAHUN 2011
    132.51 – 115 TAHUN 2011
    14-02-2011
    16-02-2011
    16-02-2016
    PDI-P
    v

    Catatan :

    I WAYAN CANDRA, SH, MH, MBA, MBL mengundurkan diri dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.51 – 4735 Tahun 2013 tgl. 19 Juli 2013 (mencalonkan diri sebagai Anggota DPR-RI
    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI NUSA TENGGARA BARAT

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. BIMA
    H. FERRY ZULKARNAEN, ST
    Drs. H. SYAFRUDIN M. NUR
    131.52 – 417 TAHUN 2010
    132.52 – 418 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    09-08-2010
    09-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PKS, PPP, PBB, PDI-P
    v

    2.

    KAB. LOMBOK TENGAH
    H. MOH. SUHAILI FT, SH
    Drs. H. LALU NORMAL SUZANA
    131.52 – 931 TAHUN 2010
    132.52 – 932 TAHUN 2010
    12-11-2010
    27-11-2010
    27-11-2015
    PDI-P, PBB, PKS
    v

    3.

    KAB. DOMPU
    Drs. H. BAMBANG M. YASIN
    Ir. H. SYAMSUDDIN, MM
    131.52 – 770 TAHUN 2010
    132.52 – 771 TAHUN 2010
    06-10-2010
    18-10-2010
    18-10-2015
    PNIM, PDI-P, PD, PK, PPI, PIS, Patriot, PR, PKPI, PDP, PNBKI, PPPI, Barnas, PP, PKDI, P.Gerindra,
    v

    4.

    KOTA MATARAM
    H. AHYAR ABDUH
    H. MOHAN ROLISKANA, S.Sos, MH
    131.52 – 415 TAHUN 2010
    132.52 – 416 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PKPB, PPI, PKS
    v

    5.

    KAB. SUMBAWA
    BARAT
    Dr. KH. ZULKIFLI MUHADLI, SH., MM
    Drs. H. MALA RAHMAN
    131.52 – 280 TAHUN 2010
    132.52- 281 TAHUN 2010
    23-06-2010
    13-08-2010
    13-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PD
    v

    6.

    KAB. SUMBAWA
    Drs. H. JAMALUDDIN MALIK
    Drs. H. ARASY MUHKAN
    131.52-1076 TAHUN 2010
    132.52-1077 TAHUN 2010
    23-12-2010
    17-01-2011
    17-01-2016
    PBR, PKP, PDK, PKPB, PBB
    v

    7.

    KAB. LOMBOK TIMUR
    H. MOCH. ALI BIN DACHLAN, SH
    Drs. H. HAERUL WARISIN, M.Si
    131.52 – 6355 TAHUN 2013
    132.52 -6356 TAHUN 2013
    20-08-2013
    30-08-2013
    30-08-2018
    Perseorangan
    v

    8.

    KAB. LOMBOK BARAT
    Dr. H. ZAINI ARONY, M.Pd.
    H. MAHRIP, SE, MM
    131.52 – 113 TAHUN 2009
    132.52 – 114 TAHUN 2009
    02-02-2009
    23-04-2009
    23-04-2014
    PBB
    v

    9.

    KOTA BIMA
    H. M. QURAIS H. ABIDIN
    H. A. RAHMAN H. ABIDIN, SE
    131.52 – 4726 TAHUN 2013
    132.52 -4727 TAHUN 2013
    18-07-2013
    24-07-2013
    24-07-2018
    PD, PDK, PPPI, PDI-P
    v

    10.

    KAB. LOMBOK UTARA
    H. DJOHAN SJAMSU, SH
    H. NAJMUL AKHYAR, SH, MH
    131.52 – 358 TAHUN 2010
    132.52 – 359 TAHUN 2010
    21-07-2010
    02-08-2010
    02-08-2015
    PD, P.Hanura, PKS, PKB, PPPI, PK
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA KUPANG
    JONAS SALEAN, SH, M.Si
    dr. HERMANUS MAN
    131.53 – 487 TAHUN 2012
    132.53 – 488 TAHUN 2012
    26-07-2012
    01-08-2012
    01-08-2017
    Perseorangan
    v

    2.

    KAB. FLORES TIMUR
    YOSEPH LAGADONI HERIN, S.Sos
    VALENTINUS TUKAN, S.AP
    131.53 – 555 TAHUN 2011
    132.53 – 556 TAHUN 2011
    22-07-2011
    26-07-2011
    26-07-2016
    PDI-P, PAN, PPRN, P.Barnas, PKPI, PKNU
    v

    3.

    KAB. SUMBA BARAT
    JUBILATE PIETER PANDANGO, S.Pd, M.Si
    REKO DETA, S.Ipem
    131.53 – 668 TAHUN 2010
    132.53 – 669 TAHUN 2010
    03-09-2010
    21-09-2010
    21-09-2015
    PKB, P.Pelopor, PDS, P.Hanura, PIS, PPI, P.Barnas, PNBKI, PDP
    v

    4.

    KAB. MANGGARAI BARAT
    Drs. AGUSTINUS Ch. DULA
    Drs. GASA MAXIMUS, M.Si
    131.53 – 461 TAHUN 2010
    132.53 – 462 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    PAN, PPDI, PD, P.Pelopor
    v

    5.

    KAB. SUMBA TIMUR
    Drs. GIDION MBILIJORA, M.Si
    Dr. MATIUS KITU, Sp.B
    131.53 – 368 TAHUN 2010
    132.53 – 369 TAHUN 2010
    22-07-2010
    31-08-2010
    31-08-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    6.

    KAB. MANGGARAI
    Drs. CHRISTIAN ROTOK
    Dr. DENO KAMELUS, SH, MH
    131.53 – 491 TAHUN 2010
    132.53 – 492 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    14-09-2010
    14-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PAN, PPP, P.Pelopor, PKPI
    v

    7.

    KAB. NGADA
    MARIANUS SAE
    Drs. PAULUS SOLIWOA
    131.53 – 537 TAHUN 2010
    132.53 – 538 TAHUN 2010
    17-08-2010
    14-09-2010
    14-09-2015
    PAN, PDK, PKPB, PKB, PKS
    v

    8.

    KAB. SIKKA
    Drs. YOSEPH ANSAR RERA
    Drs. PAOLUS NONG SUSAR
    131.53 – 4595 TAHUN 2013
    132.53 – 4596 TAHUN 2013
    20-06-2013
    06-07-2013
    06-07-2018
    P.Gerindra, PDP
    v

    9.

    KAB. TIMOR TENGAH SELATAN
    Ir. PAULUS VICTOR ROLAND MELLA, M.Si.
    Drs. BENNY ALEXANDER LITELNONI, SH.
    131.53 – 149 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 150 TAHUN 2009
    23-02-2009
    06-03-2009
    06-03-2014
    PD, PKPI, PKB, PPP, PKPB, PPD, PAN, PM, PPIB, PNBK, PDK, PBSD, PNIM, PSI, PPDI, P Pancasila
    v

    10.

    KAB. BELU
    Drs. JOACHIM LOPEZ
    TAOLIN LUDOVIKUS, BA
    131.53 – 106 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 107 TAHUN 2009
    02-02-2009
    17-02-2009
    17-02-2014
    P. Golkar
    v

    11.

    KAB. KUPANG
    Drs. AYUB TITU EKI, MS, Ph.D
    VIKTOR YERMIAS TIRAN, S.Sos, M.Si.
    131.53 – 161 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 162 TAHUN 2009
    02-03-2009
    25-03-2009
    25-03-2014
    PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KAB. ENDE
    Drs. DON BOSCO M. WANGGE, M.Si.
    Drs. ACHMAD MOCHDAR
    131.53 – 92 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 93 TAHUN 2009
    28-01-2009
    07-04-2009
    07-04-2014
    PDI-P,PNBK, PBSD, PKS, PPDK, PPP, PBR,Pelopor, PPNU, Patriot
    v

    13.

    KAB. ALOR
    Drs. SIMEON THOBIAS PALLY
    Drs. H. JUSRAN MUHAMAD TAHIR
    131.53 – 71 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 72 TAHUN 2009
    20-01-2009
    15-03-2009
    15-03-2014
    PBB, PM, PKB, PKPB, PBR, Patriot Pancasila, PAN, PD
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    14.

    KAB. TIMOR TENGAH UTARA
    RAYMUNDUS SAU FERNANDES, S.Pt
    ALOYSIUS KOBES, S.Sos
    131.53 – 1018 TAHUN 2010
    132.53 – 1019TAHUN 2010
    10-12-2010
    21-12-2010
    21-12-2015
    PDI-P, PIS, PDS, PKPB, PKDI, PPD
    v

    15.

    KAB. LEMBATA
    ELIASER YENTJI SUNUR, ST
    VIKTOR MADO WUTUN, SH
    131.53 – 608 TAHUN 2011
    132.53 – 609 TAHUN 2011
    12-08-2011
    25-08-2011
    25-08-2016
    PDI-P
    v

    16.

    KAB ROTE NDAO
    Drs. LEONARD HANING, MM
    Drs. MARTHEN LUTHER SAEK
    131.53 – 57 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 58 TAHUN 2009
    19-01-2009
    09.-02-2009
    09-02-2014
    INDEPENDEN
    v

    17.

    KAB. NAGEKEO
    Drs. JOHANES SAMPING AOH
    Drs. PAULUS KADJU
    131.53 – 722 TAHUN 2008
    132.53- 723 TAHUN 2008
    15-09-2008
    20-10-2008
    20-10-2013
    PD, PAN, PNIM, PBB, PKB
    v

    18.

    KAB. SUMBA BARAT DAYA
    dr. KORNELIUS KODI METE
    JACOB MALO BULU, B.Sc.
    131.53 – 939 TAHUN 2008
    132.53 – 940 TAHUN 2008
    09-12-2008
    27-12-2008
    27-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    19.

    KAB. SUMBA TENGAH
    Drs. UMBU SAPPI PATEDUK
    UMBU DONDU, BBA
    131.53 – 799 TAHUN 2008
    132.53 – 800 TAHUN 2008
    17-10-2008
    03-11-2008
    03-11-2013
    PDK, P.PELOPOR PBB, PKB, PKPI, PD, PKPB
    v

    20.

    KAB. MANGGARAI TIMUR
    Drs. YOSEPH TOTE, M.Si.
    AGAS ANDREAS, SH, M.Hum
    131.53 – 80 TAHUN 2009
    132.53 – 81 TAHUN 2009
    21-01-2009
    14-02-2009
    14-02-2014
    P. Golkar
    v

    21.

    KAB. SABU RAIJUA
    Ir. MARTHEN LUTHER DIRA TOME
    Drs. NIKODEMUS N. RIHI HEKE, M.Si
    131.53 – 7 TAHUN 2011
    132.53 – 8 TAHUN 2011
    04-01-2011
    24-01-2011
    24-01-2016
    P. Golkar
    v

    22.

    KAB. MALAKA
    HERMAN NAI ULU, SH, M.Hum (PJ)
    131.53-2791 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    1. Wakil Bupati Nagekeo an. Drs. Paulus Kadju meninggal dunia pada tanggal 11 Desember 2012.

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KALIMANTAN BARAT

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. KAPUAS HULU
    A. M. NASIR, SH
    AGUS MULYANA, SH
    131.61 – 361 TAHUN 2010
    132.61 – 362 TAHUN 2010
    22-07-2010
    04-08-2010
    04-08-2015
    P. Golkar, PPP, P.Patriot
    v

    2.

    KAB. KETAPANG
    Drs. HENRIKUS, M.Si
    BOYMAN HARUN, SH
    131.61 – 604 TAHUN 2010
    132.61 – 605 TAHUN 2010
    26-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    PDIP, PAN, PD
    v

    3.

    KAB. SEKADAU
    SIMON PETRUS, S.Sos., M.Si
    RUPINUS, SH., M.Si
    131.61 – 292 TAHUN 2010
    132.61 – 293 TAHUN 2010
    23-06-2010
    16-08-2010
    16-08-2015
    PDI-P, PD, PPD, PNBKI, PDS
    v

    4.

    KAB. BENGKAYANG
    SURYADMAN GIDOT, S.Pd
    AGUSTINUS NAON, S.Sos
    131.61 – 400 TAHUN 2010
    132.61 – 401 TAHUN 2010
    30-07-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    PD, P. Hanura
    v

    5.

    KAB. MELAWI
    H. FIRMAN MUNTACO, SH, MH
    PANJI, S.Sos
    131.61 – 382 TAHUN 2010
    132.61 – 383 TAHUN 2010
    23-07-2010
    19-08-2010
    19-08-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    6.

    KAB. SINTANG
    Drs. MILTON CROSBY, M.Si
    Drs. IGNATIUS JUAN, MM
    131.61 – 568 TAHUN 2010
    132.61 – 569 TAHUN 2010
    23-08-2010
    26-08-2010
    26-08-2015
    PKPI, PD, PDI-P, PKB, PKPB
    v

    7.

    KAB. SANGGAU
    Ir. H. SETIMAN H. SUDIN
    PAOLUS HADI, S.IP`
    131.61 – 111 TAHUN 2009
    132.61 – 112 TAHUN 2009
    02-02-2009
    05-02-2009
    05-02-2014
    PNBK, PSI, PPP, PKS, PBB, PBR, Pancasila, PPNUI
    v

    8.

    KAB. PONTIANAK
    Drs. H. RIA NORSAN, MM, MH
    Drs. H. RUBIJANTO
    131.61 – 61 TAHUN 2009
    132.61- 62 TAHUN 2009
    19-01-2009
    13-04-2009
    13-04-2014
    P. Golkar, PAN, PDK, PD
    v

    9.

    KOTA PONTIANAK
    H. SUTARMIDJI, SH, M.Hum
    PARYADI, S.Hut
    131.61 – 942 TAHUN 2008
    132.61 – 943 TAHUN 2008
    09-12-2008
    22-12-2008
    22-12-2013
    PPP
    v

    10.

    KAB. SAMBAS
    dr. Hj. JULIARTI DJUHARDI ALWI, M.PH
    DR. PABALI MUSA, M.Ag
    131.61 – 463 TAHUN 2011
    132.61 – 464 TAHUN 2011
    10-06-2011
    12-06-2011
    12-06-2016
    PD, PPP, PNBKI PAN
    v

    11.

    KAB. LANDAK
    DR. Drs. ADRIANUS ASIA SIDOT, M.Si
    HERCULANUS HERIADI, SE
    131.61 – 613 TAHUN 2011
    132.61 – 614 TAHUN 2011
    15-08-2011
    06-09-2011
    06-09-2016
    PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KOTA SINGKAWANG
    Drs. H. AWANG ISHAK, M.Si
    H. ABDUL MUTALIB, SE, ME
    131.33 – 841 TAHUN 2012
    132.33 – 842 TAHUN 2012
    30-11-2012
    17-12-2012
    17-12-2017
    P.Golkar, PPP, PAN, PKB, PKS
    v

    13.

    KAB. KAYONG UTARA
    H. HILDI HAMID
    IDRUS
    131.61 -4599 TAHUN 2013
    132.61 -4600 TAHUN 2013
    20-06-2013
    25-06-2013
    25-06-2018
    PPN, PDI-P, PD, PAN, PBR, P.Gerindra
    v

    14.

    KAB. KUBU RAYA
    MUDA MAHENDRAWAN, SH
    Drs. ANDREAS MUHROTIEN, M.Si
    131.61 – 119 TAHUN 2009
    132.61- 120 TAHUN 2009
    05-02-2009
    17-02-2009
    17-02-2014
    Perseorangan
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TENGAH
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. KOTAWARINGIN BARAT
    Dr. H. UJANG ISKANDAR, ST, M.Si
    BAMBANG PURWANTO, S.ST
    131.62 – 584 TAHUN 2011
    132.62 – 585 TAHUN 2011
    08-08-2011
    30-12-2011
    30-12-2016
    PD, P.Golkar, PKS, PPP, P.Hanura
    v

    2.

    KAB. KAPUAS
    Ir. BEN BRAHIM S. BAHAT, MMT, M.T
    Ir. H. MUHAJIRIN, M.P
    131.62 – 2801 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -2802 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    25-04-2013
    25-04-2018
    P.Golkar, P.Pelopor, PPN
    v

    3.

    KOTA PALANGKARAYA
    H.M. RIBAN SATIA, S.Sos
    Dr. MOFIT SAPTONO SUBAGIO, M.P
    131.62 – 6571 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 – 6572 TAHUN 2013
    11-09-2013
    23-09-2013
    23-09-2018
    P.Golkar, PD, PKB, PB, PPP, PAN
    v

    4.

    KAB. BARITO UTARA
    H. NADALSYAH
    Drs. OMPIE HERBY
    131.62 – 6525 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -6526 TAHUN 2013
    05-09-2013
    23-09-2013
    23-09-2018
    PAN, PD, PBR, P.Patriot
    v

    5.

    KAB. KOTAWARINGIN TIMUR
    H. SUPIAN HADI, S.Ikom
    Drs. H. M. TAUFIQ MUKRI, SH, MM
    131.62 – 670 TAHUN 2010
    132.62 – 671 TAHUN 2010
    03-09-2010
    25-10-2010
    25-10-2015
    PDI-P, PAN, PPP, PKS, PBB, PMB, PNBK, PKP, PDP, P.Republikan
    v

    6.

    KAB. BARITO SELATAN
    Ir. H. M. FARID YUSRAN, MM
    SATYA TITIEK ATYANI DJODIR
    131.62 – 650 TAHUN 2011
    132.62 – 651 TAHUN 2011
    13-09-2011
    19-09-2011
    19-09-2016
    PDI-P, PBB, PPP, PIS
    v

    7.

    KAB. KATINGAN
    AHMAD YANTENGLIE, SE
    SAKARIYAS, SE
    131.62 – 4743 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4744 TAHUN 2013
    22-07-2013
    24-07-2013
    24-07-2018
    P.Gerindra, PDP, PBB
    v

    8.

    KAB. SERUYAN
    SUDARSONO, SH
    YULHAIDIR
    131.62 – 4662 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4663 TAHUN 2013
    09-07-2013
    23-07-2013
    23-07-2018
    PERSEORANGAN
    v

    9.

    KAB. SUKAMARA
    H. AHMAD DIRMAN
    H. WINDU SUBAGIO
    131.62 – 4632 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4633 TAHUN 2013
    28-06-2013
    22-07-2013
    22-07-2018
    P.Golkar, PKPB, P.Hanura, P.Gerindra
    v

    10.

    KAB. LAMANDAU
    Ir. MARUKAN
    Drs. H. SUGIYARTO
    131.62 – 4652 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4653 TAHUN 2013
    04-07-2013
    22-07-2013
    22-07-2018
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PD, PPP, P.Gerindra, PKPI, PAN
    v

    11.

    KAB. GUNUNG MAS
    Drs. HAMBIT BINTIH, MM
    Drs. ARTON S. DOHONG
    131.62- 1003 TAHUN 2008
    132.62- 1004 TAHUN 2008
    24-12-2008
    31-12-2008
    31-12-2013
    PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KAB. PULANG PISAU
    H. EDY PRATOWO, S.Sos, MM
    PUDJI RUSTATY NARANG
    131.62 – 4551 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4552 TAHUN 2013
    12-06-2013
    24-07-2013
    24-07-2018
    P.Golkar, PDI-P
    v

    13.

    KAB. MURUNG RAYA
    Drs. PERDIE, MA
    DARMAJI, SE
    131.62 – 4788 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4789 TAHUN 2013
    25-07-2013
    26-07-2013
    26-07-2018
    PAN, PKB, PDS, PMB, PBB, PKPP, P.Hanura, P.Gerindra
    v

    14.

    KAB. BARITO TIMUR
    AMPERA A.Y. MEBAS, SE
    H. SURIANSYAH, SKM
    131.62 – 4792 TAHUN 2013
    132.62 -4793 TAHUN 2013
    25-07-2013
    26-07-2013
    26-07-2018
    PP, PKPB
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KALIMANTAN SELATAN
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. BANJAR
    Ir. H. GUSTI KHAIRUL SALEH, MM
    Drs. H. A. FAUZAN SALEH, M.Ag
    131.63 – 315 TAHUN 2010
    132.63 – 316 TAHUN 2010
    29-06-2010
    06-08-2010
    06-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PPP
    v

    2.

    KOTA BANJARBARU
    Drs. H. M. RUZAIDIN NOOR, M.AP
    Drs. H. OGI FAJAR NUZULI, M.Pd, M.AP
    131.63 – 456 TAHUN 2010
    132.63 – 457 TAHUN 2010
    06-08-2010
    11-08-2010
    11-08-2015
    PDI-P, PAN, PBR
    v

    3.

    KOTA BANJARMASIN
    H. MUHIDIN
    H.M. IRWAN ANSHARI, SE, MM
    131.63 – 445 TAHUN 2010
    132.63 – 446 TAHUN 2010
    06-08-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    PBR, P.Gerindra, PKPB
    v

    4.

    KAB. TANAH BUMBU
    MARDANI H. MAMING, SH
    Drs. H. DIFRIADI
    131.63 – 688 TAHUN 2010
    132.63 – 689 TAHUN 2010
    15-09-2010
    20-09-2010
    20-09-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    5.

    KAB. KOTABARU
    H. IRHAMI RIDJANI, S.Sos, M.Si
    RUDY SURYANA, S.Sos, MM.Pd
    131.63 – 376 TAHUN 2010
    132.63 – 377 TAHUN 2010
    23-07-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    PPIB, PKPI, PKB, PKNU
    v

    6.

    KAB. BALANGAN
    Ir. H. SEFEK EFFENDIE, ME.
    Drs. H. ANSHARRUDDIN, M.Si.
    131.63 – 301 TAHUN 2010
    132.63 – 302 TAHUN 2010
    24-06-2010
    13-08-2010
    13-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PPP, PKS, PAN,PBR,PD, PDI-P
    v

    7.

    KAB. HULU SUNGAI TENGAH
    Ir. H. HARUN NURASID, MM, MT
    131.63 – 348 TAHUN 2010
    15-07-2010
    31-08-2010
    31-08-2015
    PKS, P.Golkar, PDIP, PPP, PD, PKPB, PKNU
    v

    8.

    KAB. HULU SUNGAI UTARA
    Drs. H. ABDUL WAHID, HK, MM, M.Si
    H. HUSAIRI ABDI, LC
    131.63 – 689 TAHUN 2012
    132.64 – 690 TAHUN 2012
    26-09-2012
    09-10-2012
    09-10-2017
    P. Golkar, PPP
    v

    9.

    KAB. BARITO KUALA
    H. HASANUDDIN MURAD, SH
    H. MA’MUN KADERI, SE
    131.63 – 752 TAHUN 2012
    132.63 – 753 TAHUN 2012
    24-10-2012
    04-11-2012
    04-11-2017
    P. Golkar, PD, PDI-P, PPP, PKB, PKS, P.Gerindra, PBR, PKB, PBB, PAN
    v

    10.

    KAB. TAPIN
    Drs. H. M. ARIFIN ARPAN, MM
    Ir. H. SUFIAN NOOR
    131.63 – 94 TAHUN 2013
    132.63 – 95 TAHUN 2013
    31-01-2013
    19-02-2013
    19-02-2018
    P. Golkar, PKB, PDI-P, PD,PPP, PKS
    v

    11.

    KAB. TANAH LAUT
    H. BAMBANG ALAMSYAH, ST
    Drs. H. SUKAMTA
    131.63 – 4719 TAHUN 2013
    132.63 – 4720 TAHUN 2013
    17-07-2013
    24-07-2013
    24-07-2018
    PDI-P,P.Golkar, P.Hanura
    v

    12.

    KAB. HULU SUNGAI SELATAN
    Drs. H. ACHMAD FIKRY, M.AP
    H. ARDIANSYAH, S.Hut
    131.63 – 4511 TAHUN 2013
    132.63 – 4512 TAHUN 2013
    05-06-2013
    17-06-2013
    17-06-2018
    P. Golkar, PKB, PDI-P, PKS
    v

    13.

    KAB. TABALONG
    Drs. H. RACHMAN RAMSYI, M.Si.
    H. MUCHLIS, SH
    131.63 – 59 TAHUN 2009
    132.63 – 60 TAHUN 2009
    19-01-2009
    17-03-2009
    17-03-2014
    P. Golkar, PPP, PBB
    v

    Catatan :

    1. Wakil Bupati Hulu Sungai Tengah diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 132.63 – 269 Tahun 2012 tgl. 17-04-2012.

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TIMUR
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. KUTAI KARTANEGARA
    RITA WIDYASARI, S.Sos, MM
    H.M. GHUFRON YUSUF, SH, MM
    131.64 – 275 TAHUN 2010
    132.64 – 276 TAHUN 2010
    22-06-2010
    30-06-2010
    30-06-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    2.

    KAB. PASER
    H. M. RIDWAN SUWIDI
    H. M. MARDIKANSYAH, SH, M.Ap
    131.64 – 471 TAHUN 2010
    132.64 – 472 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    31-08-2010
    31-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PD, PAN, Patriot, PB, PKS, PDI-P
    v

    3.

    KAB. BERAU
    Drs. H. MAKMUR HAPK, MM
    Ir. H. AHMAD RIFAI, MM
    131.64 – 631 TAHUN 2010
    132.64 – 632 TAHUN 2010
    31-08-2010
    15-09-2010
    15-09-2015
    P. Golkar, PPP, PKS, PDI-P, PD, PK, PKB, P.Gerindra, PAN, Patriot, PDK
    v

    4.

    KOTA SAMARINDA
    H. SYAHARIE JA’ANG, SH, M.Si
    Ir. H. NUSYIRWAN ISMAIL, M.Si
    131.64 – 903 TAHUN 2010
    132.64 – 904 TAHUN 2010
    05-11-2010
    23-11-2010
    23-11-2015
    PD, PKS, PPP, PBR, P.Pelopor
    v

    5.

    KOTA BALIKPAPAN
    H. M. RIZAL EFFENDI, SE
    H. HERU BAMBANG, SE
    131.64 – 234 TAHUN 2011
    132.64 – 235 TAHUN 2011
    06-04-2011
    30-05-2011
    30-05-2016
    P.Golkar, PD, PDI-P, P.Gerindra, PBB, PAN, PKB

    v

    6.

    KOTA BONTANG
    Ir. H. ADI DARMA, M.Si
    H. ISRO UMARGHANI
    131.64 – 82 TAHUN 2011
    132.64 – 83 TAHUN 2011
    01-02-2011
    23-03-2011
    23-03-2016
    PKS, P.Hanura, PD, PDK, P.Patriot, PPP

    v

    7.

    KAB. KUTAI TIMUR
    Ir. H. ISRAN NOOR, M.Si.
    Drs. H. ARDIANSYAH SULAIMAN, M.Si
    131.64 – 53 TAHUN 2011
    132.64 – 54 TAHUN 2011
    20-01-2011
    13-02-2011
    13-02-2016
    PD, PKPI, P.Golkar, PPD, PKB, PKS, PDI-P, Patriot, PAN, PK, PNBKI, PPPI, PPD, PPRN, PPI, PPPI, PPNUI, PIS, P.Barnas, PM, PDP

    v

    8.

    KAB. KUTAI BARAT
    ISMAIL THOMAS, SH, M.Si
    H. DIDIK EFFENDI, S.Sos, M.Si
    131.64 – 202 TAHUN 2011
    132.64 – 203 TAHUN 2011
    30-03-2011
    19-04-2011
    19-04-2016
    PDI-P, PAN, PD, P.Gerindra
    v

    9.

    KAB. PANAJAM PASUT
    Drs. H. YUSRAN ASPAR, M.Si
    Drs. H. MUSTAQIM MZ, MM
    131.64 – 4710 TAHUN 2013
    132.64 – 4711 TAHUN 2013
    17-07-2013
    31-07-2013
    31-07-2018
    PDI-P, PDK, PAN, P.Hanura
    v

    10.

    KAB. MAHAKAM ULU
    M.S. RUSLAN, SH, MH (PJ)
    131.64-2788 TAHUN 2013
    16-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI KALIMANTAN UTARA

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. BULUNGAN
    Drs. H. BUDIMAN ARIFIN, M.Si
    Drs. LIET INGAI, M.Si
    131.64 – 473 TAHUN 2010
    132.64 – 474 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    01-09-2010
    01-09-2015
    PD, PDI-P, PKDI, PDP, PDS, PKPI, PDK

    v

    2.

    KOTA TARAKAN
    H. UDIN HIANGGIO
    SUHARDJO
    131.64 – 996 TAHUN 2008
    132.64 – 997 TAHUN 2008
    23-12-2008
    02-03-2009
    02-03-2014
    P. Golkar, PDI-P
    v

    3.

    KAB. NUNUKAN
    Drs. BASSRI
    Hj. ASMAH GANI
    131.64 – 295 TAHUN 2011
    132.64 – 296 TAHUN 2011
    29-04-2011
    31-05-2011
    31-05-2016
    P.Golkar, PKS, P.Gerindra, P.Patriot
    v

    4.

    KAB. MALINAU
    Drs. YANSEN TP, M.Si
    TOPAN AMRULLAH, S.Pd
    131.64 – 182 TAHUN 2011
    132.64 – 183 TAHUN 2011
    18-03-2011
    03-04-2011
    03-04-2016
    PD, P.Gerindra, P.Barnas, PKS, P.Hanura, Pelopor, PKD, PKPB, PRN, PIS
    v

    5.

    KAB. TANA TIDUNG
    Drs. UNDUNSYAH, M.Si
    MARKUS
    131.64 -12 TAHUN 2010
    132.64 – 13 TAHUN 2010
    08-01-2010
    18-01-2010
    18-01-2015
    PBR, PPRN, PMB, PNIM, PK, PKNU, PM, PKS, PDK, PPI, GERINDRA, PDP, PBI
    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SULAWESI UTARA

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA TOMOHON
    JIMMY F. EMAN, SE, AK
    131.71 – 176 TAHUN 2012
    19-03-2012
    07-01-2011
    07-01-2016
    P.Gerindra, P.Hanura
    v

    2.

    KAB. MINAHASA UTARA
    Drs. SOMPIE S.F. SINGAL, MBA
    YULISA BARAMULI, SH
    131.71 – 981 TAHUN 2010
    132.71 – 982 TAHUN 2010
    01-12-2010
    10-12-2010
    10-12-2015
    PD, PPIB, P.Hanura, PAN
    v

    3.

    KAB. MINAHASA SELATAN
    CHRISTIANY EUGENIA PARUNTU
    Drs. SONNY F. TANDAYU
    131.71 – 993 TAHUN 2010
    132.71 – 994 TAHUN 2010
    06-12-2010
    14-12-2010
    14-12-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    4.

    KOTA MANADO
    Ir. GODBLESS SOFCAR VICKY LUMENTUT, M.Si, MM
    HARLEY ALFREDO BENFICA MANGINDAAN, SE, M.SM
    131.71 – 974 TAHUN 2010
    132.71 – 975 TAHUN 2010
    26-11-2010
    10-12-2010
    10-12-2015
    PD
    v

    5.

    KAB. MINAHASA
    Drs. JANTJE WOWILING SAJOW, M.Si
    IVAN S.J. SARUNDAJANG
    131.71 – 406 TAHUN 2013
    132.71 – 407 TAHUN 2013
    28-02-2013
    17-03-2013
    17-03-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    6.

    KAB. BOLAANG MONGONDOW
    Hi. SALIHI MOKODONGAN
    YANNY RONNY TUUK
    131.71 – 461 TAHUN 2011
    132.71 – 462 TAHUN 2011
    10-06-2011
    16-07-2011
    16-07-2016
    PAN, PKS, PDIP, PDS
    v

    7.

    KAB. KEP. SANGIHE
    Drs. HIRONIMUS ROMPAS MAKAGANSA, M.Si
    JABES EZAR GAGHANA, SE, ME
    131.71 – 755 TAHUN 2011
    132.71 – 756 TAHUN 2011
    26-10-2011
    01-11-2011
    01-11-2016
    PDI-P, PAN
    v

    8.

    KOTA BITUNG
    HANNY SONDAKH
    MAXIMILIAAN JONAS LOMBAN, SE, M.Si
    131.71 – 108 TAHUN 2011
    132.71 – 109 TAHUN 2011
    10-02-2011
    21-02-2011
    21-02-2016
    PD, PKPI
    v

    9.

    KAB. KEP. TALAUD
    Dr. ELLY ENGELBERT LASUT
    Drs. CONSTANTINE GANGALI, ME
    131.71 – 516 TAHUN 2009
    132.71 – 517 TAHUN 2009
    16-07-2009
    21-07-2009
    21-07-2014
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    10.

    KAB. BOLMONG UTARA
    Drs. Hi. DEPRI PONTOH
    SURIANSYAH KOROMPOT, SH
    131.71 – 4817 TAHUN 2013
    132.71 – 4818 TAHUN 2013
    30-07-2013
    05-09-2013
    05-09-2018
    PPP
    v

    11.

    KAB. SITARO
    TONI SUPIT
    SISKA SALINDEHO
    131.71 – 6461 TAHUN 2013
    132.71 – 6462 TAHUN 2013
    29-08-2013
    08-09-2013
    08-09-2018
    PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KAB. MINAHASA TENGGARA
    JAMES SUMENDAP, SH
    RONALD KANDOLI
    131.71 – 6662 TAHUN 2013
    132.71 – 6663 TAHUN 2013
    16-09-2013
    24-09-2013
    24-09-2018
    PAN, PDI-P
    v

    13.

    KOTA KOTAMOBAGU
    Ir. Hj. TATONG BARA
    Drs. Hi. JAINUDDIN DAMOPOLII
    131.71 – 6636 TAHUN 2013
    132.71 – 6637 TAHUN 2013
    12-09-2013
    22-09-2013
    22-09-2018
    PAN
    v

    14.

    KAB. BOLMONG TIMUR
    SEHAN SALIM LANDJAR
    MEDY LENSUN
    131.71 – 748 TAHUN 2010
    132.71 – 749 TAHUN 2010
    30-09-2010
    04-10-2010
    04-10-2015
    PBR, PDS, PKB, PR, P. Pelopor
    v

    15.

    KAB. BOLMONG SELATAN
    Hi. HERSON MAYULU, S.IP
    Drs. SYAMSUL BAHRI BADU
    131.71 – 991 TAHUN 2010
    132.71 – 4519 TAHUN 2013
    06-12-2010
    05-06-2013
    16-12-2010
    16-12-2015
    PDI-P, PB, PAN
    v

    Catatan :

    1. Dr. ELLY ENGELBERT LASUT Bupati Kep. Talaud diberhentikan sementara dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.71-626 Tahun 2010 tgl. 27 Agustus 2010

    2. JEFFERSON S.M. RUMAJAR, SE Walikota Tomohon diberhentikan (mengundurkan diri) dengan Kepmendagri No. 131.71- 176 Tahun 2012 tanggal 19 Maret 2012

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. POSO
    Drs. PIET INKIRIWANG, MM
    Ir. SAMSURI, M.Si
    131.72 – 366 TAHUN 2010
    132.72 – 367 TAHUN 2010
    22-07-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    PD
    v

    2.

    KAB. TOLI-TOLI
    H. MOH. SALEH BANTILAN, SH, MM
    AMRAN Hi. YAHYA
    131.72 – 675 TAHUN 2010
    132.72 – 676 TAHUN 2010
    08-09-2010
    14-09-2010
    14-09-2015
    P.Patriot, PPI, PKDI, PBB, PKPI, PAN, PNBKI, PK, P.Gerindra, P.Barnas,
    v

    3.

    KAB. TOJO UNA-UNA
    Drs. DAMSIL LADJALANI
    JAMAL JURAEJO, S.Sos, M.Si
    131.72 – 441 TAHUN 2010
    132.72 – 442 TAHUN 2010
    05-08-2010
    29-08-2010
    29-08-2015
    P. Golkar, PPP, PIS, PR
    v

    4.

    KAB. DONGGALA
    Drs. H. HABIR PONULELE, MM
    ALY LASAMAULU, SE, M.Si.
    131.72 – 924 TAHUN 2008
    132.72 – 925 TAHUN 2008
    03-12-2008
    24-12-2008
    24-12-2013
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    5.

    KAB. BUOL
    dr. AMIRUDIN RAUF, Sp.OG, M.Si
    DR. Ir. SYAMSUDIN KOLOI, MS
    131.72 – 645 TAHUN 2012
    132.72 – 646 TAHUN 2012
    17-09-2012
    10-10-2012
    10-10-2017
    PPP, PKB, PD, P.Gerindra, P. Hanura, PDIP, PKS.
    v

    6.

    KOTA PALU
    H. RUSDY MASTURA
    H. ANDI MULHANAN TOMBO-LOTUTU, SH
    131.72 – 744 TAHUN 2010
    132.72 – 745 TAHUN 2010
    29-09-2010
    11-10-2010
    11-10-2015
    P. Golkar, PAN
    v

    7.

    KAB. BANGGAI
    H. M. SOFHIAN MILE, SH
    Ir. H. HERWIN YATIM, MM
    131.72 – 398 TAHUN 2011
    132.72 – 399 TAHUN 2011
    30-05-2011
    08-06-2011
    08-06-2016
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PDS, P.Gerindra
    v

    8.

    KAB. MOROWALI
    Drs. H. ANWAR HAFID, M.Si
    Drs. S.U. MARUNDUH, M.Hum
    131.72 -2944 TAHUN 2013
    132.72 -2945 TAHUN 2013
    23-05-2013
    25-05-2013
    25-05-2018
    PD, PKB, PDS
    v

    9.

    KAB. BANGGAI KEP.
    Drs. LANIA LAOSA
    Drs. H. ZAKARIA KAMINDANF
    131.72 – 658 TAHUN 2011
    132.72 – 659 TAHUN 2011
    15-09-2011
    29-09-2011
    29-09-2016
    PPRN, PDS, P.Hanura, P.Patriot, PKS, PMB PPI, PKPI, PBB, PKPB. PPDI, PDP
    v

    10.

    KAB. PARIGI MOUTONG
    SAMSURIZAL TOMBOLOTUTU
    Drs. KEMAL NATSIR TOANA
    131.72 – 495 TAHUN 2011
    132.72 – 111 TAHUN 2012
    30-06-2011
    01-03-2012
    14-07-2011
    04-03-2012
    09-10-2013
    PPP, PD, PKB, PDI-P, PBB
    v

    11.

    KAB. SIGI
    Ir. H. ASWADIN RANDALEMBAH
    Drs. LIVINGSTONE SANGO
    131.72 – 943 TAHUN 2010
    132.72 – 944 TAHUN 2010
    18-11-2010
    22-11-2010
    22-11-2015
    PDI-P, PDS, PBR, PR
    v

    12.

    KAB. BANGGAI LAUT
    Drs. MOHAMAD HIDAYAT, M.Si (PJ)
    131.72-2789 TAHUN 2013
    16-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    13.

    MOROWALI UTARA

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SULAWESI SELATAN
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. PANGKAJENE KEP.
    H. SYAMSUDDIN A. HAMID, SE
    Drs. ABD. RAHMAN ASSAGAF
    131.73 – 434 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 435 TAHUN 2010
    04-08-2010
    08-08-2010
    08-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PKB, PK, PBB, PSI, PDS, PPDI, PR
    v

    2.

    KAB. BARRU
    Ir. H. ANDI IDRIS SYUKUR, MS
    Drs. H. ANDI ANWAR AKSA
    131.73 – 450 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 451 TAHUN 2010
    06-08-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PKPI, PAN, PBB
    v

    3.

    KAB. GOWA
    H. ICHSAN YASIN LIMPO, SH, MH
    Drs.H. ABBAS ALAUDDIN, SH, MM
    131.73 – 438 TAHUN 2010
    132.73-2880 TAHUN 2013
    05-08-2010
    02-05-2013
    13-08-2010
    17-05-2013
    13-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PDK, PD, PAN, PPP, PBR, P.Hanura, Patriot, PK, PDI-P, PPD
    v

    4.

    KAB. MAROS
    Ir. H. MUH. HATTA RAHMAN, MM
    Drs. H.A. HARMIL MATTOTORANG, MM
    131.73 – 443 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 444 TAHUN 2010
    06-08-2010
    11-08-2010
    11-08-2015
    PAN, PBB
    v

    5.

    KAB. SOPPENG
    Drs. H. A. SOETOMO, M.Si
    H. ARIS MUHAMMADIA
    131.73 – 790 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 791 TAHUN 2010
    08-10-2010
    16-10-2010
    16-10-2015
    PAN, PPRN, PDP, PKPI, PKNU
    v

    6.

    KAB. LUWU TIMUR
    Drs. H. ANDI HATTA MARAKARMA, MP
    Ir. H. MUH. THORIQ HUSLER
    131.73 – 539 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 540 TAHUN 2010
    17-08-2010
    27-08-2010
    27-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PDK, PKS, PPP, PDI-P, PPD
    v

    7.

    KAB. LUWU UTARA
    Drs. H. ARIFIN JUNAIDI
    Hj. INDAH PUTRI INDRIANY, S.IP, M.Si
    131.73 – 807 TAHUN 2010
    132.73- 808 TAHUN 2010
    18-10-2010
    03-11-2010
    03-11-2015
    PPPI, PPRN, PKPI, PPI, PMB, PNBKI, PBB,PM, PDI-P, PIS, PPIB
    v

    8.

    KAB. BULUKUMBA
    H. ZAINUDDIN HASAN
    H. SYAMSUDDIN, SH, MH
    131.73 – 796 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 797 TAHUN 2010
    11-10-2010
    09-11-2010
    09-11-2015
    PKB, PKNU, PMB, PM, PKS, PKP, P.Gerindra
    v

    9.

    KOTA MAKASSAR
    Ir. H. ILHAM ARIEF SIRAJUDDIN, MM
    Drs. H. SUPOMO GUNTUR, MM
    131.73 – 90 TAHUN 2009
    132.73 – 91 TAHUN 2009
    28-01-2009
    08-05-2009
    08-05-2014
    P. Golkar, PDI-P, PDS, PBR, PBB, PPD
    v

    10.

    KAB. TANA TORAJA
    THEOFILUS ALLORERUNG, SE
    ADELHEID SOSANG, SP, MH
    131.73 – 694 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 695 TAHUN 2010
    15-09-2010
    27-09-2010
    27-09-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    11.

    KAB. TAKALAR
    DR. H. BURHANUDDIN BAHARUDDIN, SE, M.Si
    H. M. NATSIR IBRAHIM, SE
    131.73 – 879 TAHUN 2012
    132.73 – 880 TAHUN 2012
    13-12-2012
    21-12-2012
    21-12-2017
    P. Golkar
    v

    12.

    KAB. BONE
    Drs. H. ANDI FAHSARMAHDIN PADJALANGI, M.Si
    Drs. H. AMBO DALLE, MM
    131.73 -2706 TAHUN 2013
    132.73 -2707 TAHUN 2013
    03-04-2013
    18-04-2013
    18-04-2018
    P. Golkar, PKS, PPP, PKB
    v

    13.

    KAB. BANTAENG
    DR. Ir. H. M. NURDIN ABDULLAH, M.Agr
    131.73 -4762 TAHUN 2013
    132.73 -4763 TAHUN 2013
    23-07-2013
    15-08-2013
    15-08-2018
    PAN, P.Hanura, PDK, PKNU, P.Golkar, PD, PKS
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    Drs. H. MUHAMMAD YASIN, M.T

    14.

    KAB. SINJAI
    H. SABIRIN YAHYA, S.Sos
    H.A. FAJAR YANWAR, SE
    131.73 -4758 TAHUN 2013
    132.73 -4759 TAHUN 2013
    23-07-2013
    12-08-2013
    28-07-2018
    PD, PBR, PKPB, PBN, PPN
    v

    15.

    KAB. JENEPONTO
    Drs. H. RADJAMILO, MP
    Drs. H. BURHANUDDIN, MM
    131.73 – 999 TAHUN 2008
    132.73 – 1000 TAHUN 2008
    24-12-2008
    30-12-2008
    30-12-2013
    P. Golkar, PKB
    v

    16.

    KAB. WAJO
    Drs. H. ANDI BURHANUDDIN UNRU, MM
    AMRAN MAHMUD, S.Sos, M.Si.
    131.73 – 984 TAHUN 2008
    132.73 – 985 TAHUN 2008
    22-12-2008
    09-02-2008
    09-02-2014
    PSI, PKPI, PM
    v

    17.

    KAB. SIDERENG RAPPANG
    H. RUSDI MASSE
    Ir. H. DOLLAH MANDO
    131.73 – 890 TAHUN 2008
    132.73 – 891 TAHUN 2008
    20-11-2008
    15-12-2008
    15-12-2013
    PPP
    v

    18.

    KAB. ENREKANG
    Ir. HAJI LA TINRO LA TUNRUNG
    Drs. NURHASAN
    131.73 – 731 TAHUN 2008
    132.73- 732 TAHUN 2008
    16-09-2008
    09-10-2008
    09-10-2013
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    19.

    KOTA PAREPARE
    H. SJAMSU ALAM
    131.73 – 83 TAHUN 2013
    30-01-2013
    …-02-2013
    28-10-2013
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    20.

    KAB. LUWU
    Ir. H. ANDI MUZAKKAR
    SYUKUR BIJAK
    131.73 – 76 TAHUN 2009
    132.73 – 77 TAHUN 2009
    21-01-2009
    13-02-2009
    23-02-2014
    PBB, PBR
    v

    21.

    KAB. KEP. SELAYAR
    Drs. H. SYAHRIR WAHAB, MM
    H. SAIFUL ARIF, SH
    131.73 – 696 TAHUN 2010
    132.73 – 697 TAHUN 2010
    15-09-2010
    30-09-2010
    30-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PAN, PKS, Barnas, PPP, PKB, P.Gerindra
    v

    22.

    KAB. PINRANG
    ASLAM PATONANGI
    KAHARUDDIN
    131.73 – 256 TAHUN 2009
    132.73 – 257 TAHUN 2009
    17-03-2009
    24-04-2009
    24-04-2014
    PAN, PPP, PKPI, PBB, PDS, Pancasila, PPIB, PNUI, PNI, PNBK
    v

    23.

    KOTA PALOPO
    Drs. H. M. JUDAS AMIR, MH
    AKHMAD SYARIFUDDIN, SE, M.Si
    131.73 -4524 TAHUN 2013
    132.73 -4525 TAHUN 2013
    05-06-2013
    06-07-2013
    06-07-2018
    PNBK, PDP, PK, PPDI, P.Gerindra
    v

    24.

    KAB. TORAJA UTARA
    Drs. FREDERIK BATTI SORRING, S.Sos,MM
    FREDERIK BUNTANG ROMBELAYUK, S.Pd
    131.73 – 165 TAHUN 2011
    132.73 – 166 TAHUN 2011

    10-03-2011
    31-03-2011
    31-03-2016
    P. Hanura, P.Patriot, PDP, PNIM, PKPI, P.Kedaulatan
    v

    Catatan :

    1. H. MOHAMMAD ZAIN KATOE Walikota Parepare diberhentikan dengan Kepmendagri No. 131.73-682 Tahun 2012 tanggal 25 September 2012.
    2. H. ABD. Razak Badjidu , S.Sos, MH Wakil Bupati Gowa Meninggal Dunia pada tanggal 1 Juli 2012 dan diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 132.73-910 Tahun 2012 tgl. 26 Desember 2012

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGGARA
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. KONAWE SELATAN
    Drs. H. IMRAN, M.Si
    Drs. H. SUTOARDJO PONDIU, M.Si
    131.74 – 419 TAHUN 2010
    132.74 – 420 TAHUN 2010
    02-08-2010
    12-08-2010
    12-08-2015
    PD, PAN
    v

    2.

    KAB. MUNA
    dr. H. L. M. BAHARUDDIN, M.Kes
    Ir. H. ABDUL MALIK DITU, M.Si
    131.74 – 581 TAHUN 2010
    132.74 – 582 TAHUN 2010
    24-08-2010
    16-09-2010
    16-09-2015
    PAN, PDI-P, PD
    v

    3.

    KOTA KENDARI
    Ir. H. ASRUN, M.Eng, Sc.
    H. MUSADAR MAPPASOMBA, SP.MP
    131.74 – 653 TAHUN 2012
    132.74 – 654 TAHUN 2012
    18-09-2012
    08-10-2012
    08-10-2017
    PKS, P. Golkar, PAN, PPP, PD
    v

    4.

    KAB. KOLAKA
    Drs. H. BUHARI MATTA, M.Si.
    H. AMIR SAHAKA, S.Pd, MS
    131.74 – 969 TAHUN 2008
    132.74 – 970 TAHUN 2008
    19-12-2008
    14-01-2008
    14-01-2014
    PPP, PAN, PKPI, PBR, PDI-P, PKS
    v

    5.

    KAB. KONAWE
    KERY SAIFUL KONGGOASA
    PARINRINGI, SE, M.Si
    131.74 -4503 TAHUN 2013
    132.74 -4504 TAHUN 2013
    04-06-2013
    17-06-2013
    17-06-2018
    PAN
    v

    6.

    KAB. BUTON
    SAMSU UMAR ABDUL SAMIUN, SH
    Drs. LA BAKRY, M.Si
    131.74 – 532 TAHUN 2012
    132.74 – 533 TAHUN 2012
    07-08-2012
    18-08-2012
    18-08-2017
    PAN, PDP, PBR, PPRN
    v

    7.

    KOTA BAU-BAU
    Drs. A.S. TAMRIN, MH
    WA ODE MAASRA MANARFA, S.Sos, M.Si
    131.74 – 13 TAHUN 2013
    132.74 – 14 TAHUN 2013
    03-01-2013
    30-01-2013
    30-01-2018
    PAN, PBB, PPN
    v

    8.

    KAB. BOMBANA
    H. TAFDIL, SE, MM
    Ir. Hj. MASYHURA
    131.74 – 544 TAHUN 2011
    132.74 – 545 TAHUN 2011
    13-07-2011
    02-08-2011
    02-08-2016
    PKNU, PSI, PKB, PKPB, PR, PAN
    v

    9.

    KAB. WAKATOBI
    Ir. HUGUA
    H. ARHAWI, SE
    131.74 – 402 TAHUN 2011
    132.74 – 403 TAHUN 2011
    30-05-2011
    28-06-2011
    28-06-2016
    P.Golkar, PKB, PAN, PDI-P, P.Barnas
    v

    10.

    KAB. KOLAKA UTARA
    RUSDA MAHMUD
    BOBY ALIMUDDIN, SE
    131.74 – 339 TAHUN 2012
    132.74 – 340 TAHUN 2012
    16-05-2012
    18-06-2012
    18-06-2017
    PD, P. Golkar, PPP, PKS
    v

    11.

    KAB. BUTON UTARA
    Drs.H. MUH. RIDWAN ZAKARIA, M.Si
    HARMIN HARI, SP, M.Si
    131.74 – 253 TAHUN 2010
    132.74 – 254 TAHUN 2010
    07-06-2010
    10-06-2010
    10-06-2015
    PAN, P.PATRIOT, PPP, PKPI
    v

    12.

    KAB. KONAWE UTARA
    Drs. H. ASWAD SULAEMAN P, M.Si
    Ir. RUKSAMIN, M.Si
    131.74 – 266 TAHUN 2011
    132.74 – 267 TAHUN 2011
    12-04-2011
    21-04-2011
    21-04-2016
    PD, PBB, PPDI
    v

    13.

    KAB. KOLAKA TIMUR
    Drs. H. TONY HERBIANSYAH, M.Si (PJ)
    131.74-2773 TAHUN 2013
    16-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    14.

    KONAWE KEPULAUAN

    Catatan :

    1. Drs. H. BUHARI MATTA, M.Si Bupati Kolaka diberhentikan sementara dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.74 – 2740 Tahun 2013 tanggal 5 April 2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI GORONTALO

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. BONE BOLANGO
    H. HAMIM POU
    131.75 – 2898 TAHUN 2013
    06-05-2010
    27-05-2013
    18-09-2015
    Perseorangan
    v

    2.

    KAB. GORONTALO
    DAVID BOBIHOE AKIB
    TONNY S. JUNUS
    131.75 – 483 TAHUN 2010
    132.75 – 484 TAHUN 2010
    09-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PAN, PKS, PD, P.Hanura, PBB
    v

    3.

    KAB. POHUWATO
    Hi. SYARIF MBUINGA, S.PdI
    AMIN HARAS
    131.75 – 633 TAHUN 2010
    132.75 – 634 TAHUN 2010
    31-08-2010
    22-09-2010
    22-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PKB, PD, PAN, PKPB
    v

    4.

    KOTA GORONTALO
    Dr. H. WENI LIPUTO, MM (PJ)
    131.75 – 4542 TAHUN 2013
    10-06-2013
    12-06-2013
    12-06-2014
    PNS

    v

    5.

    KAB. BOALEMO
    Drs. RUM PAGAU
    LAHMUDIN HAMBALI, S.Sos
    131.75 – 28 TAHUN 2011
    132.75 – 29 TAHUN 2011
    16-01-2011
    01-02-2012
    01-02-2017
    P. Golear
    v

    6.

    KAB. GORONTALO UTARA
    Hi. INDRA YASIN, SH, MH
    IDRUS M.T. MOPILI, SE, MM
    131.75 – 44 TAHUN 2012
    132.75 – 290 TAHUN 2012
    01-02-2012
    26-04-2012
    14-02-2012
    28-05-2012
    06-12-2013
    P. GOLKAR
    v

    Catatan :

    1. H. Abdul Haris Nadjamuddin Bupati Bone Bolango meninggal dunia pada tanggal 23 Desember 2012.

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI SULAWESI BARAT

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. MAMUJU
    Drs. H. SUHARDI DUKA, MM
    Ir. BUSTAMIN BAUSAT
    131.76 – 711 TAHUN 2010
    132.76 – 712 TAHUN 2010
    20-09-2010
    08-10-2010
    08-10-2015
    P.Golkar, PD, PAN
    v

    2.

    KAB. POLEWALI MANDAR
    Drs. H. ALI BAAL, M.Si.
    H. NADJAMUDDIN IBRAHIM, S.
    131.76 – 987 TAHUN 2008
    132.76 – 988 TAHUN 2008
    23-12-2008
    07-01-2009
    07-01-2014
    PM, Pelopor, PBB, PBR, PAN, PNIM, PKPB, PDS, PSI, P.Pancasila, PPD, PKPI
    v

    3.

    KAB. MAJENE
    H. KALMA KATTA, S.Sos, MM
    Drs. H. FAHMI MASSIARA, M.H
    131.76 – 482 TAHUN 2011
    132.76 – 483 TAHUN 2011
    23-06-2011
    25-06-2011
    25-06-2016
    P.Golkar, PBR, P.Hanura, PPP, PNIM, PPIB, PMB, PRN
    v

    4.

    KAB. MAMASA
    Drs. H. RAMLAN BADAWI, MH
    VICTOR PAOTONAN, S.Sos
    131.76 -6546 TAHUN 2013
    132.76 -6547 TAHUN 2013
    11-09-2013
    20-09-2013
    20-09-2018
    P.Golkar, PKB, PDI-P
    v

    5.

    KAB. MAMUJU UTARA
    Ir. H. AGUS AMBO DJIWA, MP
    Drs. H. MUHAMMAD SAAL
    131.76 – 726 TAHUN 2010
    132.76 – 727 TAHUN 2010
    22-09-2010
    05-10-2010
    05-10-2015
    P.Golkar, PDI-P, PD, PAN, PKS, PKPB, P.Hanura
    v

    6.

    KAB. MAMUJU TENGAH
    DR. JUANDA MAULANA, M.Si (PJ)
    131.76-4654 TAHUN 2013
    05-07-2013
    08-07-2013
    08-07-2014
    PNS

    v

    Catatan :

    1. Drs. Obed Nego Depparinding Bupati Mamasa diberhentikan dengan Kepmendagri No. 131.76-486 Tahun 2011 tanggal 24 Juni 2011.

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI MALUKU

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. SERAM BAGIAN TIMUR
    ABDULLAH VANATH
    Dra. SITTI UMURIA SURUWAKY
    131.81 – 643 TAHUN 2010
    132.81 – 644 TAHUN 2010
    01-09-2010
    13-09-2010
    13-09-2015
    P.Hanura, PD, PIS, PKB, P.Golkar, PKS, PAN, PPIB, PPPI, PMB, PPRN, PBN, PSI, PKDI, PPDI, PPI, PDP, PNBKI, PKDI, PNIM, PKPI, Patriot, PPD, PDK, P.Gerindra
    v

    2.

    KAB. MALUKU TENGGARA BARAT
    Drs. BITZAEL SALFESTER TEMMAR
    PETRUS P. WEREMBINAN TABORAT, SH
    131.81 – 244 TAHUN 2012
    132.81 – 245 TAHUN 2012
    05-04-2012
    16-04-2012
    16-04-2017
    PDI-P, P.GERINDRA
    v

    3.

    KAB. MALUKU TENGGARA
    SEKDA (PLH)

    PNS

    4.

    KOTA AMBON
    RICHARD LOUHENAPESSY, SH
    M.A.S LATUCONSINA, ST, MT
    131.81 – 552 TAHUN 2011
    132.81 – 553 TAHUN 2011
    20-07-2011
    04-08-2011
    04-08-2016
    P.Golkar, PBR, PPP, P.Gerindra, PDS
    v

    5.

    KAB. MALUKU TENGAH
    TUASIKAL ABUA, SH
    MARLATU L. LELEURY, SE
    131.81 – 593 TAHUN 2012
    132.81 – 594 TAHUN 2012
    31-08-2012
    08-09-2012
    08-09-2017
    PKS, PKB, PM, P. Gerindra
    v

    6.

    KAB. BURU
    RAMLY UMASUGI, S..Pi, MM
    Ir. JUHANA SOEDRADJAT
    131.81 – 897 TAHUN 2011
    132.81 – 898 TAHUN 2011
    29-12-2011
    02-02-2012
    02-02-2017
    P. Golkar, PKB, PBR, PK, PPRN, PKS
    v

    7.

    KAB. KEP. ARU
    SEKDA (PLH)

    26-10-2010
    26-10-2015
    PNS
    v

    8.

    KAB. SERAM BAGIAN BARAT
    JACOBUS F. PUTTILEIHALAT, S.Sos
    M. HUSNI, SP, M.Si
    131.81 – 534 TAHUN 2011
    132.81 – 535 TAHUN 2011
    12-07-2011
    13-09-2011
    13-09-2016
    PD, PPP, PAN, PKP, PKPI, PNIM, PKB, P. Golkar
    v

    9.

    KOTA TUAL
    SEKDA (PLH)

    PNS

    10.

    KAB. MALUKU BARAT DAYA
    Drs. BARNABAS ORNO
    Ir. JOHANIS LETELAY, M.Si
    131.81 – 263 TAHUN 2011
    132.81 – 265 TAHUN 2011
    12-04-2011
    26-04-2011
    26-04-2016
    PNIM, PKPI
    v

    11.

    KAB. BURU SELATAN
    TAGOP SUDARSONO SOULISA, SH, MT
    AYUB SELEKY, SH
    131.81 – 465 TAHUN 2011
    132.81 – 466 TAHUN 2011
    13-06-2011
    22-06-2011
    22-06-2016
    PDI-P, PAN, PPP, P.Gerindra, PDS, PPRN, PKPI, PR
    v

    Catatan :
    1. THEDDY TENGKO, SH, M.Hum Bupati Kep. Aru diberhentikan dgn Kepmendagri No. 131.81-4543 Tahun 2013 tgl 10 Juni 2013

    2. UMAR DJABUMONA, S.Sos Wabup Kep. Aru diberhentikan sementara dgn Kepmendagri No. 132.81-4842 Tahun 2013 tgl. 2 Agustus 2013

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI MALUKU UTARA

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA TERNATE
    Drs. H. BURHAN ABDURRAHMAN, SH, MM
    Ir. ARIFIN DJAFAR
    131.82 – 239 TAHUN 2010
    132.82 – 240 TAHUN 2010
    02-06-2010
    10-08-2010
    10-08-2015
    P.Golkar, PDI-P,PPP
    v

    2.

    KAB. HALMAHERA UTARA
    Ir. HEIN NAMOTEMO, MSP
    DR. RUSMAN SOLEMAN, SE, M.Si, Ak
    131.82 – 732 TAHUN 2010
    132.82 – 733 TAHUN 2010
    23-09-2010
    11-10-2010
    11-10-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    3.

    KAB. HALMAHERA SELATAN
    DR. H. MUHAMMAD KASUBA, MA
    Drs. RUSDAN T. HARUNA, M.Si
    131.82 – 13 TAHUN 2011
    132.82 – 14 TAHUN 2011
    04-01-2011
    17-01-2011
    17-01-2016
    PKS, PKB, PD
    v

    4.

    KAB. HALMAHERA TIMUR
    H. RUDY ERAWAN, SE, M.Si
    Ir. MUH. DIN
    131.82 – 607 TAHUN 2010
    132.82 – 608 TAHUN 2010
    26-08-2010
    30-08-2010
    30-08-2015
    PDI-P, PPP
    v

    5.

    KAB. HALMAHERA TENGAH
    Ir. H. M. AL YASIN ALI, M.MT
    SOKSI Hi. AHMAD, SH
    131.82 – 775 TAHUN 2012
    132.82 – 776 TAHUN 2012
    06-11-2012
    23-12-2012
    23-12-2017
    PDIP, PD, PKS, PBR, PAN, PPP, PPDI, PKDI, PPD, PK, P.Hanura
    v

    6.

    KAB. HALMAHERA BARAT
    Ir. NAMTO HUI ROBA
    H. HUSEN ABD. FATAH, S.IP
    131.82 – 75 TAHUN 2011
    132.82 – 76 TAHUN 2011
    26-01-2011
    04-02-2011
    04-02-2016
    PDI-P, P. Golkar
    v

    7.

    KAB. KEPULAUAN SULA
    H. AHMAD HIDAYAT MUS, SE
    H. SAFI PAUWAH, SH
    131.82 – 624 TAHUN 2010
    132.82 – 625 TAHUN 2010
    27-08-2010
    15-09-2010
    15-09-2015
    P.Golkar, PD, PKPB, P.Hanura, P.Gerindra, PBB, PAN, PPI, PDP, PKP, PBR, Patriot
    v

    8.

    KOTA TIDORE KEPULAUAN
    Drs. H. ACHMAD MAHIFA
    Drs. HAMID MUHAMMAD
    131.82 – 730 TAHUN 2010
    132.82 – 731 TAHUN 2010
    23-09-2010
    08-11-2010
    08-11-2015
    P.Golkar, PPP, PKS, PKPB, PBR, PK, PDP, PDK
    v

    9.

    KAB. PULAU MOROTAI
    Drs. RUSLI SIBUA, M.Si
    WENI R. PARAISU, S.Ag
    131.82 – 602 TAHUN 2011
    132.82 – 603 TAHUN 2011
    12-08-2011
    08-09-2011
    08-09-2016
    P.Golkar, PD, PAN, PKS, PKB
    v

    10.

    KAB. PULAU TALIABU
    Ir. H. ARMAN SANGADJI (PJ)
    131.82-2782 TAHUN 2013
    16-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI PAPUA

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KOTA JAYAPURA
    Drs. BENHUR TOMMY MANO, MM
    Dr. H. NURALAM, SE, M.Si
    131.91 – 547 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 548 TAHUN 2011
    15-07-2011
    21-07-2011
    21-07-2016
    PDI-P, PKS, PKPI, P. Hanura
    v

    2.

    KAB. JAYAPURA
    MATHIUS AWOITAUW, SE, M.Si
    ROBERTH DJOENSO DAREAN, SH
    131.91 – 626 TAHUN 2012
    132.91 – 627 TAHUN 2012
    13-09-2012
    06-10-2012
    06-10-2017
    P. Patriot, PK, PB, PNIM, PNBKI, PDS
    v

    3.

    KAB. BOVEN DIGOEL
    YESAYA MERASI
    132.91 – 793 TAHUN 2010
    08-10-2010
    07-03-2011
    07-03-2016
    PD, PKPB, PNBKI, PKS, PDK, PDI-P, PPRN, PK, PAN, PPI, PM, P.Patriot, PMB, PPPI, PPDI, PR, PBB, PPIB
    v

    4.

    KAB. MERAUKE
    Drs. ROMANUS MBARAKA, MT
    SUNARJO, S.Sos
    131.91 – 1069 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 1070 TAHUN 2010
    22-12-2010
    08-01-2011
    08-01-2016
    PD, PDI-P, PKS, PNBKI, PR, PPP
    v

    5.

    KAB. PEGUNUNGAN BINTANG
    Drs. WELLINGTON LOD WENDA, M.Si
    YACOBUS WAYAM, S.IP
    131.91 – 1078 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 1079 TAHUN 2010
    23-12-2010
    17-01-2011
    17-01-2016
    P.Hanura, PBR, PD, PDS, PPD, PKDI, PPPI, PAN, PKB, Patriot, PPP, P.Gerindra
    v

    6.

    KAB. TOLIKARA
    USMAN G. WANIMBO, SE, M.Si
    AMOS YIKWA, SP, M.Si
    131.91 – 431 TAHUN 2012
    132.91 – 432 TAHUN 2012
    29-06-2012
    10-07-2012
    10-07-2017
    P. Golkar,
    P. Hanura
    v

    7.

    KAB. ASMAT
    YUVENSIUS ALFONSIUS BIAKAI, BA, SH
    Dr. YULIUS PATANDIANAN, SpB
    131.91 – 766 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 114 TAHUN 2012
    05-10-2010
    07-03-2012
    09-11-2010
    09-11-2015
    P. Golkar, PKDI, PKPB, PKS, PDK, P.Gerindra
    v

    8.

    KAB. SARMI
    Drs. MESAK MANIBOR, M.MT
    Ir. ALBERTUS SURIPNO
    131.91 – 854 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 855 TAHUN 2011
    08-12-2011
    28-12-2011
    28-12-2016
    P. Hanura, PKPI, PPRN
    v

    9.

    KAB. BIAK NUMFOR
    YUSUF MELIANUS MARYEN, S.Sos, MM
    Drs. ALIMUDDIN SABE
    131.91 – 963 TAHUN 2008
    132.91 – 964 TAHUN 2008
    16-12-2008
    07-01-2009
    07-01-2014
    P. Golkar, PKPI
    v

    10.

    KAB. NABIRE
    ISAIAS DOUW, S.Sos
    MESAK MAGAI, S.Sos
    131.91 – 102 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 103 TAHUN 2010
    01-04-2010
    04-05-2010
    04-05-2015
    P. PATRIOT
    v

    11.

    KAB. JAYAWIJAYA
    WEMPI WETIPO, S.Sos, M.Par
    JHON RICHARD BANUA
    131.91 – 948 TAHUN 2008
    132.91 – 949 TAHUN 2008
    12-12-2008
    22-12-2008
    22-12-2013
    Patriot P, PM, PPDI, PAN, PKPI, PDI-P
    v

    12.

    KAB. KEP. YAPEN
    TONNY TESAR, S.Sos
    FRANS SANADI, B.Sc, S.Sos, MBA
    131.91 – 586 TAHUN 2012
    132.91 – 587 TAHUN 2012
    30-08-2012
    07-09-2012
    07-09-2017
    P.Patriot, Pelopor, PKS, PPD, PPIB, PKPI, PD
    v

    13.

    KAB. PANIAI
    HENGKI KAYAME, SH, MH
    YOHANES YOU, S.Ag, M.Hum
    131.91 – 2696 TAHUN 2013
    132.91 – 2697 TAHUN 2013
    03-04-2013
    16-04-2013
    16-04-2018
    PB, Barnas, PPI, PPD, PNIM
    v

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    14.

    KAB. MIMIKA
    H. ABD. MUIS, ST, MM
    131.91 – 2794 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    16-05-2008
    04-12-2013
    P.GOLKAR, PAN, PDK, PPP, PBB, PBR, P.PELOPOR
    v

    15.

    KAB. PUNCAK JAYA
    Drs. HENOK IBO
    YUSTUS WONDA, S.Sos, M.Si
    131.91 – 786 TAHUN 2012
    132.91 – 787 TAHUN 2012
    12-11-2012
    0812-2012
    08-12-2017
    PD, PDI-P, PBR, PPI
    v

    16.

    KAB. WAROFEN
    Drs. YESAYA BUINEI, MM
    YERMIAS BISAI, SH
    131.91 – 832 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 833 TAHUN 2010
    25-10-2010
    15-11-2010
    15-11-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    17.

    KAB. YAHUKIMO
    ONES PAHABOL, SE, MM
    Drs. ROBBY LONGKUTOY, MM
    131.91 – 190 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 191 TAHUN 2011
    21-03-2011
    05-04-2011
    05-04-2016
    P.Golkar, PD, PKS, PDIB, P.Hanura, PKPI, PDP, PDK, PDK, PPRN, PDS, PNIM, PPDI, PKPB, PSI
    v

    18.

    KAB. MAPPI
    STEFANUS KAISMA, S.Sos
    Ir. BENJAMIN NGALI
    131.91 – 24 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 25 TAHUN 2011
    13-01-2011
    09-02-2012
    09-02-2017
    PD, PDI-P, PAN
    v

    19.

    KAB. KEEROM
    YUSUF WALLY, SE, MM
    MUHAMMAD MARKUM, SH
    131.91 – 834 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 835 TAHUN 2010
    25-10-2010
    13-11-2010
    13-11-2015
    PD, PKS, PBB, PAN
    v

    20.

    KAB. SUPIORI
    FREDRIK MENUFANDU
    Drs. YAN IMBAB, SH, MH, MM
    131.91 – 298 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 299 TAHUN 2011
    29-04-2011
    21-05-2011
    21-05-2016
    PPRN,PDP,PPDI
    v

    21.

    KAB. MEMBRAMO RAYA
    DEMIANUS KYEUW-KYEUW, SH
    ROBBY WILSON RUMANSARA, SP
    131.91 – 1063 TAHUN 2010
    132.91 – 1064 TAHUN 2010
    22-12-2010
    15-01-2011
    15-01-2016
    P.Golkar, Patriot, PDIP, PR, P.Hanura, PAN, PKS, PNBKI, PD, Gerindra, PPP, PKPI, PPD, PPPI
    v

    22.

    KAB. MEMBRAMO TENGAH
    R. HAM PAGAWAK, SH, M.Si
    YONAS KENELAK, S.Sos
    131.91 – 717 TAHUN 2013
    132.91 – 718 TAHUN 2013
    08-03-2013
    25-03-2013
    15-03-2018
    PD, P.Barnas, PB, P.Hanura, Pelopor, PPIB, PPDI, PK, PKDI, PDP, PBB, PKS
    v

    23.

    KAB. YALIMO
    ER DABI, S.Sos
    ARKELAS ASSO, S.Sos
    131.91 – 361 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 362 TAHUN 2011
    11-05-2011
    11-06-2011
    11-06-2016
    PD, PKB, PDS, PNBK, PMB, PDI-P, PK, PKP, Barnas, PAN, PDK, PBR, PDP
    v

    24.

    KAB. LANNY JAYA
    BEFA YIGIBALOM, SE, M.Si
    BERTHUS KOGOYA, SH
    131.91 – 695 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 696 TAHUN 2011
    28-09-2011
    25-10-2011
    25-10-2016
    PKPB, PKS, PNIM, PM, PD, PBR, PPP, PDK, P.Hanura, PPD, PDI-P, PIB, Pelopor, P.Barnas, PSI, PPPI, P.Patriot
    v

    25.

    KAB. NDUGA
    YAIRUS GWIJANGGE, S.Sos
    Drs. FRANS ROBERTH KRISTANTUS, MM
    131.91 – 590 TAHUN 2011
    132.91 – 591 TAHUN 2011
    10-08-2011
    30-09-2011
    30-09-2016
    P. Golkar, PKS, PKDI, PDK, PPRN, P.Barnas, PBR, PPIB
    v

    26.

    KAB. PUNCAK
    WILLEM WANDIK, SE, M.Si
    REPINUS TELENGGEN, S.Pd
    131.91 – 2797 TAHUN 2013
    132.91 – 2798 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    25-04-2013
    25-04-2018
    PDI-P, PD, PKB, P.Pelopor, PPD, P.Barnas, PPDI, PKS, PKDI, PDS, P.Hanura
    v

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    27.

    KAB. DOGIYAI
    Drs. THOMAS TIGI
    HERMAN AUWE, S.Sos
    131.32 – 667 TAHUN 2012
    132.32 – 668 TAHUN 2012
    26-09-2012
    18-12-2012
    18-12-2017
    PD, PMB, PKB, PR, PKP
    v

    28.

    KAB. DEIYAI
    DANCE TAKIMAI, A.Ks
    AGUSTINUS PIGOME, A.Mdp
    131.91 – 4722 TAHUN 2013
    132.91 – 4723 TAHUN 2013
    09-07-2013
    20-08-2013
    20-08-2018
    PDI-P, PIS, PKS, Hanura, PKPB, PKPI, PAN, PPPI, PBB
    v

    29.

    KAB. INTAN JAYA
    NATALIS TABUNI, S.S, M.Si
    YANN KOBOGOYAUW, S.Th, M.Div
    131.91 – 728 TAHUN 2012
    132.91 – 729 TAHUN 2012
    15-10-2012
    22-11-2012
    22-11-2017
    PAN, PPD, Barnas, PKDI
    v

    Catatan :

    1. YUSAK YALUWO, SH, M.Si Bupati Boven Digoel diberhentikan dengan Kepmendagri No. 131.91-4539 Tahun 2013 tanggal 10 Juni 2013.
    2. Ir. MOTONG SARIDJAN, Wakil Bupati Asmat diberhentikan karena alasan sakit dengan Kepmendagri No. 132.91 – 835 Tahun 2011, tgl. 29 November 2011
    3. Klemen Tinal, SE, MM Bupati Mimika dilantik menjadi Wakil Gubernur Papua dan Wakil Bupati Mimika menjadi Bupati Mimika

    DAFTAR NAMA BUPATI/WAKIL BUPATI DAN WALIKOTA/WAKIL WALIKOTA
    PROVINSI PAPUA BARAT
    NO
    PROV/KAB/KOTA
    NAMA KDH/WKDH
    KEPMENDAGRI
    TANGGAL
    PELANTIKAN
    BERAKHIR MASJAB
    PARTAI PENDUKUNG
    PEMILIHAN/PENUNJUKAN

    PILSUNG
    PJ

    1.

    KAB. MANOKWARI
    BASTIAN SALABAI, S.Th, MA, M.Th
    ROBERTH K.R HAMMAR, SH, MH
    131.92 – 56 TAHUN 2011
    132.92 – 57 TAHUN 2011
    21-01-2011
    07-02-2011
    07-02-2016
    P.Barnas, P.Pelopor
    v

    2.

    KAB. SORONG
    Dr. STEPANUS MALAK, Drs, M.Si

    SUKA HARJONO, S.Sos, M.Si
    131.92 – 318 TAHUN 2012
    132.92 – 319 TAHUN 2012
    11-05-2012
    12-06-2012
    12-06-2017
    P.Golkar, PD, PDIP, PKB, PDS
    v

    3.

    KAB. FAKFAK
    Drs. MOHAMMAD USWANAS, M.Si
    Drs. DONATUS NIMBITKENDIK, M.TP
    131.92 – 983 TAHUN 2010
    132.92 – 984 TAHUN 2010
    01-12-2010
    06-12-2010
    06-12-2015
    PD, P.Golkar, PB, PKPI, P.Hanura,
    v

    4.

    KOTA SORONG
    Drs. Ec. LAMBERTHUS JITMAU
    dr. Hj. PAHIMAH ISKANDAR
    131.92 – 336 TAHUN 2012
    132.92 – 337 TAHUN 2012
    14-05-2012
    11-06-2012
    11-06-2017
    P. Golkar
    v

    5.

    KAB. SORONG SELATAN
    Drs. OTTO IHALAUW
    SAMSUDIN ANGGILULI, SE
    131.92 – 891 TAHUN 2010
    132.92 – 892 TAHUN 2010
    04-11-2010
    15-11-2010
    15-11-2015
    P. Golkar, P.Hanura, PKS
    v

    6.

    KAB. RAJA AMPAT
    Drs. MARCUS WANMA, M.Si
    Drs. INDA ARFAN
    131.92 – 895 TAHUN 2010
    132.92 – 896 TAHUN 2010
    04-11-2010
    16-11-2010
    16-11-2015
    P. Golkar
    v

    7.

    KAB. KAIMANA
    Drs. MATIAS MAIRUMA
    BURHANUDIN OMBAER, S.Sos
    131.92 – 893 TAHUN 2010
    132.92 – 894 TAHUN 2010
    04-11-2010
    23-11-2010
    23-11-2015
    PDI-P
    v

    8.

    KAB. TELUK BINTUNI
    drg. ALFONS MANIBUI, DESS
    Drs. H. AKUBA KAITAM
    131.92 – 848 TAHUN 2010
    132.92 – 849 TAHUN 2010
    28-10-2010
    25-11-2010
    25-11-2015
    P. Golkar, PPP, P.Hanura, P.Patriot
    v

    9.

    KAB.TELUK WONDAMA
    Drs. ALBERTH H. TOREY, MM
    ZETH BARNABAS MARANI, SH
    131.92 – 857 TAHUN 2011
    132.92 – 828 TAHUN 2010
    16-12-2011
    21-10-2010
    13-01-2011
    13-01-2016
    P. Golkar
    v

    10.

    KAB. TAMBRAUW
    GABRIEL ASSEM, SE, M.Si
    YOHANIS YEMBRA, S.Sos
    131.92 – 725 TAHUN 2011
    132.92 – 726 TAHUN 2011
    13-10-2011
    29-10-2011
    29-10-2016
    P. Golkar, PB, PPI, PK, PKDI, PDP
    v

    11.

    KAB. MAYBRAT
    Drs. BERNARD SAGRIM, MM
    KAREL MURAFER, SH
    131.92 – 778 TAHUN 2011
    132.92 – 779 TAHUN 2011
    04-11-2011
    21-11-2011
    21-11-2016
    P. Golkar, PDS, PSI, PDP
    v

    12.

    KAB. PEGUNUNGAN ARFAK
    Drs. DOMINGGUS MANDACAN (PJ)
    131.92-2803 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    13.

    KAB. MANOKWARI SELATAN
    Drs. EDY BUDOYO (PJ)
    131.92-2804 TAHUN 2013
    19-04-2013
    22-04-2013
    22-04-2014
    PNS

    v

    PROVINSI
    KAB
    KOTA

    JUMLAH PROVINSI, KABUPATEN DAN KOTA SELURUH INDONESIA PER JANUARI 2011
    34
    413
    98

    JUMLAH KESELURUHAN PROVINSI KABUPATEN/KOTA
    34 PROVINSI
    511 KAB/KOTA


    DAFTAR NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD PROVINSI SELURUH INDONESIA
    MASA JABATAN 2009 – 2014

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    1.

    N.A.D
    Ketua DPRD
    Drs. H. HASBI ABDULLAH
    69 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    AMIR HELMI, SH

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. SULAIMAN ABDA

    2.

    SUMATERA UTARA
    Ketua DPRD
    H. SALEH BANGUN
    100 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. CHAIDIR RITONGA, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    H. MUHAMMAD AFAN, S.S

    Wakil Ketua
    SIGIT PRAMONO ASRI, SE

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. KAMALUDDIN HARAHAP, M.Si

    3.

    SUMATERA BARAT
    Ketua DPRD
    Ir. YULTEKHNIL, MM
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    H. LEONARDY HARMAINY, S.IP, DT. BANDARO BASA

    Wakil Ketua
    H. M. ASLI CHAIDIR

    Wakil Ketua
    TRINDA FARHAN SATRIA, ST, MT

    4.

    RIAU
    Ketua DPRD
    Drs. H. M. JOHAR FIRDAUS, M.Si
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. RAJA THAMSIR RACHMAN, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    ALMAINIS, S.Pd

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    Wakil Ketua
    H. TAUFAN ANDOSO YAKIN, SE, MM

    5.

    JAMBI
    Ketua DPRD
    EFFENDI HATTA
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Hj. DILLAH HIKMAH SARI, ST

    Wakil Ketua
    H. ZOERMAN MANAP

    Wakil Ketua
    H. ABDUL HALIM, SE

    6.

    SUMATERA SELATAN
    Ketua DPRD
    Ir. WASISTA BAMBANG UTOYO
    75 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. A. DJAUHARI, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    M. ALIANDRA PATI GANTADA, SH, M.Hum.

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. MOHD. IQBAL ROMZI

    7.

    BENGKULU
    Ketua DPRD
    KURNIA UTAMA, S.Sos, M.SI
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    ELMI SUPIATI, S.SOS

    Wakil Ketua
    H. AHMAD ZARKASIH, SP

    Wakil Ketua
    HELMI HASAN, SE

    8.

    LAMPUNG
    Ketua DPRD
    Ir. MARWAN CIK ASAN, MM
    75 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Hj. NURHASANAH, SH, MH

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. Hi. INDRA S. ISMAIL, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. HANTONI HASAN, M.Si

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    9.

    KEP. BANGKA BELITUNG
    Ketua DPRD
    H. ISMIRYADI
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. ERNAWAN REBUIN

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. K. JUNAIDI

    Wakil Ketua
    HAMZA SUHAIMI

    10.

    KEPULAUAN RIAU
    Ketua DPRD
    Ir. H. M. NUR SYAFRIADI, M.Si
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    EDI SISWOYO, SE

    Wakil Ketua
    H. LIS DARMANSYAH, SH

    Wakil Ketua
    ISKANDARSYAH

    11.

    DKI JAKARTA
    Ketua DPRD
    H. FERRIAL SOFYAN
    94 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. TRIWISAKSANA

    Wakil Ketua
    H. SAYOGO HENDROSUBROTO, S.IP

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. INGGARD JOSHUA

    Wakil Ketua
    H. LULUNG AL, SH

    12.

    JAWA BARAT
    Ketua DPRD
    Ir. IRFAN SURYANAGARA
    100 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    H. RUDI HARSATANAYA

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. UU RUKMANA, M.Si

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. NUR SUPRIYANTO, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    H. KOMARUDDIN THAHER, S.Ag

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    13.

    JAWA TENGAH
    Ketua DPRD
    H. MURDOKO, SH
    100 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    H. BAMBANG PRIYOKO, S.IP

    Wakil Ketua
    H. BAMBANG SADONO, SH, MH

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. ABDUL FIKRI, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    M. RIZA KURNIAWAN

    14.

    D.I. YOGYAKARTA
    Ketua DPRD
    H.YOEKE INDRA AGUNG LAKSANA, SE
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Kol. (Purn) H. SUKEDI

    Wakil Ketua
    Hj. TUTIEK M. WIDYO, SE

    Wakil Ketua
    JANU ISMADI, SE

    15.

    JAWA TIMUR
    Ketua DPRD
    H. IMAM SUNARDHI
    100 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. SIRMADJI TJ., M.Pd

    Wakil Ketua
    H. ABDUL HALIM ISKANDAR, M.Pd

    Wakil Ketua
    Dr. HM. SOENARJO, M.Si

    Wakil Ketua
    H. FAF ADISISWO

    16.

    BANTEN
    Ketua DPRD
    H. A’ENG HAERUDIN
    75 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    H. SUPARMAN, SH, M.Si

    Wakil Ketua
    IRFAN MAULIDI,

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    A.Md, A.K

    Wakil Ketua
    JAYENG RANA

    Wakil Ketua
    ELI MULYADI, SE

    17.

    KALIMANTAN BARAT
    Ketua DPRD
    MINSEN, SH
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. PRABASA ANANTATUR, MH

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. NICODEMUS R. TOUN, MM

    Wakil Ketua
    H. AHMADI USMAN, S.Ag

    18.

    KALIMANTAN TENGAH
    Ketua DPRD
    REINHARD ATU NARANG, SE
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. ABDUL RAZAK

    Wakil Ketua
    HENDRY S. DALIM, SH, MH

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. ARIEF BUDIATMO

    19.

    KALIMANTAN TIMUR
    Ketua DPRD
    H. M. MUKMIN FAISYAL HP, SH, MH
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    YAHYA ANJA, S.Th

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. MARTEN APUY, M.Si

    Wakil Ketua
    H. HADI MULYADI, S.Si, M.Si

    20.

    KALIMANTAN SELATAN
    Ketua DPRD
    Kol. TNI. (Purn) NASIB ALAMSYAH
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    H. MUHAMMAD IQBAL YUDIANNOOR

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    Wakil Ketua
    RISWANDI, S.IP

    Wakil Ketua
    FATHURRAHMAN, S.Pd.I

    21.

    SULAWESI UTARA
    Ketua DPRD
    Pdt. MEIVA SALINDEHO-LINTANG, STh
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    SUS M. SUALANG-PENGEMANAN, S.Pd

    Wakil Ketua
    JOUDIE A. WATUNG, SH

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. ARTHUR KOTAMBUNAN, BSc

    22.

    SULAWESI TENGAH
    Ketua DPRD
    Prof. (Em) Drs. H. AMINUDDIN PONULELE, MS
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    HENRY KAWULUR

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. SYAFRUN ABDULLAH, BRE

    Wakil Ketua
    M. LUTFI LEMBAH

    23.

    SULAWESI SELATAN
    Ketua DPRD
    H. MOH. ROEM, SH, M.Si
    75 0RANG

    Wakil Ketua
    H. ANDRY SURYANA ARIEF BULU

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. H. ASHABUL KAHFI, M.Ag

    Wakil Ketua
    H. ANDI AKMAL PASLUDDIN, SP

    24.

    SULAWESI TENGAGARA
    Ketua DPRD
    L.M. RUSMAN EMBA, ST
    45 0RANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Muh. ENDANG SA,

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    S.Sos

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. SABARUDDIN LABAMBA, M.Si

    Wakil Ketua
    LA PILI, S.Pd

    25.

    GORONTALO
    Ketua DPRD
    H. MARTHEN A. TAHA, SE, M.Ec. Dev
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    Hj. LOLA MAYULU JUNUS

    Wakil Ketua
    ABD. DJABBAR M. BAHUA

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. H. HAMID KUNA

    26.

    SULAWESI BARAT
    Ketua DPRD
    Drs. H. HAMZAH HAPATI HASAN
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    MUHAMMAD JAYADI, S.Ag, SH

    Wakil Ketua
    H. ARIFIN NURDIN, SE, Ms, AK

    Wakil Ketua
    Ir. A. M. NATSIR NAWAWI

    27.

    BALI
    Ketua DPRD
    A.A NGURAH OKA RATMADI, SH
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    I KETUT SUWANDHI, S.Sos

    Wakil Ketua
    I. Gst. BAGUS ALIT PUTRA, SH, S.Sos, M.Si

    Wakil Ketua
    IDA BAGUS PUTU SUKARTA, SE

    28.

    NUSA TENGGARA BARAT
    Ketua DPRD
    Drs. H. LALU SUJIRMAN
    55 ORANG

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    Wakil Ketua
    LALU ABDUL HALIK ISKANDAR, S.Sos

    Wakil Ketua
    SURYADI JAYA PURNAMA, ST

    Wakil Ketua
    H. LALU MOH. SYAMSIR, SH

    29.

    NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR
    Ketua DPRD
    Drs. IBRAHIM AGUSTINUS MEDAH
    55 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    NELSON OBED MATARA, S.IP

    Wakil Ketua
    ANSELMUS TALLO, SE

    Wakil Ketua
    Drs. LIBRET SEMUEL FOENAY, MS

    30.

    MALUKU
    Ketua DPRD
    M. FATANI SOHILAUW, S.Pi, M.Si
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    MERCY CH. BARENDS, ST

    Wakil Ketua
    Dr. ELVIANA M. E. PATTIASINA, M.Kes

    Wakil Ketua
    SYAID MUDZAKIR S. ASSAGAF, Lc

    31.

    MALUKU UTARA
    Ketua DPRD
    H. SYAIFUL BAHRI RURAY,SH,M.Si
    45 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    DJASMAN ABUBAKAR, S.Ag

    Wakil Ketua
    FAHRI K. SANGADJI, S.Sos

    Wakil Ketua
    ALIMIN MUHAMMAD, S.Pd

    NO
    PROVINSI
    JABATAN
    NAMA PIMPINAN DPRD
    JUMLAH ANGGOTA

    32.

    PAPUA
    Ketua DPRD
    Drs. JOHN IBO, MM
    56 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    YUNUS WONDA

    Wakil Ketua
    KAMARUDIN WATUBUN, SH, MH

    Wakil Ketua
    EV. YOP KOGOYA, Dip. Th, SE, M.Si

    33.

    PAPUA BARAT
    Ketua DPRD
    YOSEF JOHAN AURI
    44 ORANG

    Wakil Ketua
    ROBERTH MELIANUS NAUW

    Wakil Ketua
    JIMMY DEMIANUS IJIE

    KETERANGAN , Jumlah Asal Ketua DPRD :

    P. GOLKAR : 18 daerah
    PARTAI DEMOKRAT : 8 daerah
    PDI-P : 6 daerah
    P. ACEH : 1 daerah


    Daftar Anggota DPD Periode 2009-2014

    Provinsi Bali

    • I KADEK ARIMBAWA

    Jumlah Suara : 125,980
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Bali

    • I WAYAN SUDIRTA, SH

    Jumlah : 129,740
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Bali

    • I NENGAH WIRATHA, SE

    Jumlah Suara : 132,320
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Bali

    • I GN KESUMA KELAKAN, ST, M.Si

    Jumlah Suara : 218,100
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Bali

    Provinsi Bangka Belitung

    • TELLIE GOZELIE, SE

    Jumlah Suara : 81,613
    Pria Asal Tanjung Pandan ini adalah Waka Bidang Luar Negeri [...]

    • Hj. NOORHARI ASTUTI

    Jumlah Suara : 65,952
    Ibu dari 5 orang anak ini begitu peka terhadap rakyat, [...]

    • H. ROSMAN DJOHAN

    Jumlah Suara : 23,175
    H. Rosman Djohan mewakili Provinsi Bangka Belitung untuk kedua kalinya [...]

    • BAHAR BUASAN, ST (BONG TJHAI BUN)

    Jumlah Suara : 21,700
    Presiden Direktur PT Harlie Travelindo adalah wakil dari daerah Bangka [...]

    Provinsi Banten

    • ANDIKA HAZRUMY

    Jumlah Suara : 760,654
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Banten

    • Drs. H. ABDURACHMAN, M.Ap.

    Jumlah Suara : 146,114
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Banten

    • ABDI SUMAITHI

    Jumlah Suara : 133,923
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Banten

    • H. AHMAD SUBADRI

    Jumlah Suara : 129,609
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Banten

    Provinsi Bengkulu

    • SULTAN BAKHTIAR NAJAMUDIN

    Jumlah Suara : 121,979
    Sebagai penggerak kaum muda, Bung Sultan yakin bahwa pemuda adalah [...]

    • Dra. ENI KHAIRANI, M.Si

    Jumlah Suara : 79,408
    Incumbent yang akrab disapa Eni, yang dilahirkan di Bengkulu 28 [...]

    • Dipl. Ing. H. BAMBANG SOEROSO

    Jumlah Suara : 72,296
    Pria yang akrab dipanggil Bambang ini lahir dikota Gudeg, Yogyakarta [...]

    • H. MAHYUDIN SHOBRI, SE.

    Jumlah Suara : 66,196
    Pria kelahiran bengkulu, 21 Mei 1963 yang akrab disapa Mahyudin [...]

    Provinsi DKI Jakarta

    • VIVI EFFENDY

    Vivi Effendy secara resmi telah mengucapkan sumpah jabatan sebagai anggota Dewan Perwakilan Daerah melalui mekanisme pengganti antarwaktu (PAW) daerah pemilihan [...]

    • H. DANI ANWAR

    Jumlah Suara : 451,804
    H. Dani Anwar lahir di Jakarta, 22 Februari 1968 adalah [...]

    • Drs. H. A.M. FATWA

    Jumlah Suara : 368,759
    Wakil Ketua MPR periode 2004-2009 yang bernama lengkap Andi [...]

    • PARDI

    Jumlah Suara : 253,668
    Pria sederhana yang lahir di Jakarta, 15 September 1969 ini [...]

    Provinsi Gorontalo

    • HANA HASANAH FADEL MUHAMMAD

    Jumlah Suara : 158,904
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Gorontalo yang juga merupakan isteri Menteri Kelautan [...]

    • RAHMIYATI JAHJA

    Jumlah Suara : 140,179
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Gorontalo

    • ELNINO M. HUSEIN MOHI, S.T, M.Si

    Jumlah Suara : 46,464
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Gorontalo

    • Dr. BUDI DOKU

    Jumlah Suara : 36,991
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Gorontalo

    Provinsi Papua

    • Ferdinanda Ibo Yatipay

    Jumlah Suara : 211,510
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua
    Adalah anggota DPD Provinsi Papua pada periode 2004-2009. Ferdinanda [...]

    • HELINA MURIB

    Jumlah Suara : 291,609
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua

    • Drs. PAULUS YOHANES SUMINO, MM

    Jumlah Suara : 256,027
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua

    • Pdt. ELION NUMBERI, STh

    Jumlah Suara : 195,778
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua

    Provinsi Jambi

    • Dra. Hj. ELVIANA, M.Si.

    Jumlah Suara : 126,736
    Perempuan asal Sawahlunto ini mempunyai kiprah di politik dan pernah [...]

    • M. SYUKUR, S.H.

    Jumlah Suara : 90,762
    Pria asal Sungai Manau ini berhasil menjadi Anggota DPD RI [...]

    • Dra. Hj. JUNIWATI T. MASJCHUN SOFWAN

    Jumlah Suara : 74,427
    Mantan Anggota MPR RI dan juga ibu dari 3 orang [...]

    • HASBI ANSHORY, S.E., M.M.

    Jumlah Suara : 58,497
    Dosen tidak tetap Universitas Batanghari Jambi ini menjadi Anggota DPD [...]

    Provinsi Jawa Barat

    • Prof. Dr. H. Mohamad Surya

    Jumlah Suara : 1,551,876
    Surya, begitulah panggilan akrab anggota DPD dari Propinsi Jawa Barat peringkat [...]

    • Dra. Hj. R. ELLA M. GIRI KOMALA

    Jumlah Suara : 2,105,929
    Ibu dengan 4 orang anak asal Bandung ini menjadi Anggota [...]

    • K.H. SOFYAN YAHYA, M.A

    Jumlah Suara : 1,631,729
    Pria kelahiran Bandung, 27 Juli 1955 ini berasal dari Provinsi [...]

    • AMANG SYAFRUDIN

    Jumlah Suara : 1,133,499
    Amang Syafrudin, Lahir di Sukabumi, 4 Juni [...]

    Provinsi Jawa Tengah

    • Drs. SULISTIYO, M.Pd.

    Jumlah Suara : 1,174,554
    Staf Redaksi Majalah Ilmiah Kopertis Wilayah VI Jawa tengah dan [...]

    • GKR. AYU KOES INDRIYAH

    Jumlah Suara : 1,021,530
    Sebagai salah satu puteri (alm) Paku Buwono XII yang merupakan sosok pengemban budaya [...]

    • DENTY EKA WIDI PRATIWI, SE.

    Jumlah Suara : 1,013,676
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Jawa Tengah

    • POPPY SUSANTI DHARSONO

    Jumlah Suara : 892,490
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Jawa Tengah
    Poppy Dharsono lebih dikenal publik sebagai [...]

    Provinsi Jawa Timur

    • Hj. Prof. Dr. Dra. ISTIBSJAROH, SH., MA

    Jumlah Suara : 1,963,719
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Jawa Timur

    • WASIS SISWOYO, SH

    Jumlah Suara : 830,195
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Jawa Timur

    • Drs. H. ABD. SUDARSONO

    Jumlah Suara : 740,798
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Jawa Timur

    • Ir. SUPARTONO

    Jumlah Suara : 734,217
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Jawa Timur

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    • MARIA GORETI, S.Sos, M.Si

    Jumlah Suara : 157,915
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Barat

    • Hj. HAIRIAH, SH, MH

    Jumlah Suara : 124,854
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Barat

    • ERMA SURYANI RANIK, SH

    Jumlah Suara : 118,340
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan [...]

    • H. ISHAQ SALEH

    Jumlah Suara : 110,634
    Ishaq Saleh dilantik pada pergantian antar waktu (PAW) yang menggantikan Hj Sri Kadarwati Aswin yang meninggal [...]

    Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan

    • H. GUSTI FARID HASAN AMAN, SE, Akt, MBA

    Jumlah Suara : 143,765
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan

    • Ir. ADHARIANI, SH., MH

    Jumlah Suara : 125,160
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan

    • H. HABIB HAMID ABDULLAH, SH, MH

    Jumlah Suara : 99,146
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan

    • Drs. H. MOHAMMAD SOFWAT HADI, SH

    Jumlah Suara : 80,127
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan

    Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah

    • Hj. PERMANA SARI, S.Si, MM, MBA

    Jumlah Suara : 90,149
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah

    • H. HAMDHANI, S.IP

    Jumlah Suara : 88,258
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah

    • H. SAID AKHMAD FAWZY ZAIN BAHSIN, S.H.I

    Jumlah Suara : 76,511
    Kalimantan Tengah

    • Pdt. DR. RUGAS BINTI, BD., M.Div, D.Min

    Jumlah Suara : 65,201
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah

    Provinsi Kalimantan Timur

    • AWANG FERDIAN HIDAYAT

    Jumlah Suara : 216,176
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Timur

    • LUTHER KOMBONG

    Jumlah Suara : 148,277
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Timur

    • MUSLIHUDDIN ABDURRASYID, KH. Lc.M.Pdi

    Jumlah Suara : 87,558
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Timur

    • Ir. H. BAMBANG SUSILO, MM

    Jumlah Suara : 82,729
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Kalimantan Timur

    Provinsi Kepulauan Riau

    • AIDA NASUTION ISMETH, SE., MM

    Jumlah Suara : 129,291
    Aida Ismeth, panggilan akrabnya. Perempuan kelahiran Kota Raja, 10 April [...]

    • Drs. H. ZULBAHRI M., M.Pd

    Jumlah Suara : 45,326
    Drs. H. Zulbahri M. M.Pd lahir di Bukittinggi 26 Agustus [...]

    • DJASARMEN PURBA

    Jumlah Suara : 40,903
    Djasarmen, berikut panggilan akrabnya adalah salah satu pejuang yang memperjuangkan [...]

    • Drs. HARDI SELAMAT HOOD

    Jumlah Suara : 36,636
    Komisaris PT. Batam Indah Global Suara ini menjadi Anggota DPD [...]

    Provinsi Lampung

    • Ir. ANANG PRIHANTORO

    Jumlah Suara : 200,502
    Kesederhanaan adalah motonya, Ketua Umum serikat Tani Indonesia ini terpilih [...]

    • AHMAD JAJULI, HI. , S.IP.

    Jumlah Suara : 194,689
    Pria Kelahiran Serang, 11 Mei 1968 menjadi Anggota DPD RI [...]

    • ARYODHIA FEBRIANSYA

    Jumlah Suara : 185,440
    Mantan Anggota PDI Perjuangan Provinsi Lampung ini berhasil menduduki posisi [...]

    • ISWANDI, A.Md.

    Jumlah Suara : 160,449
    DPD RI merupakan jembatan koordinasi antara daerah dan pemerintah pusat. [...]

    Provinsi Maluku

    • ANNA LATUCONSINA

    Jumlah Suara : 97,221
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku

    • Prof. Dr. JHON PIERIS, SH., MS

    Jumlah Suara : 72,098
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku

    • JACOB JACK OSPARA, S.Th., M.Th

    Jumlah Suara : 66,193
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku

    • ETHA AISYAH HENTIHU

    Jumlah Suara : 54,516
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku

    Provinsi Maluku Utara

    • MATHEUS STEFI PASIMANJEKU, SH

    Jumlah Suara : 69,158
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku Utara

    • Hj. Prof. DR. KEMALA MOTIK GAFUR

    Jumlah Suara : 62,865
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku Utara

    • Drs. H. MUDAFFAR SJAH, Bc. HK.

    Jumlah Suara : 57,167
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku Utara

    • Drs. H. ABDURACHMAN LAHABATO

    Jumlah Suara : 54,065
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Maluku Utara

    Provinsi Nangro Aceh Darussalam

    • TGK. ABDURRAHMAN BTM.

    Jumlah Suara : 234,118
    Mantan Anggota BNN ini menjadi Anggota DPD RI Perwakilan Provinsi [...]

    • H.T. BACHRUM MANYAK

    Jumlah Suara : 172,417
    Anggota DPRA Prov Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam ini menjadi Anggota DPD [...]

    • Dr. AHMAD FARHAN HAMID, M.S.

    Jumlah Suara : 121,747
    Ahmad Farhan Hamid menjadi Anggota DPD RI Perwakilan Provinsi Nanggroe [...]

    • MURSYID

    Jumlah Suara : 88,013

    Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat

    • Prof. DR. FAROUK MUHAMMAD

    Jumlah Suara : 190,343
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat

    • H. LL. ABDUL MUHYI ABIDIN, MA.

    Jumlah Suara : 113,324
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat

    • BAIQ DIYAH RATU GANEFI, SH.

    Jumlah Suara : 93,332
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat

    • H. LALU SUPARDAN, S.Ag.

    Jumlah Suara : 84,895
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat

    Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur

    • Ir. ABRAHAM LIYANTO

    Jumlah Suara : 172,272
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur

    • Ir. EMANUEL BABU EHA

    Jumlah Suara : 126,432
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur

    • CAROLINA NUBATONIS – KONDO, Ny.

    Jumlah Suara : 115,971
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur

    • Ir. SARAH LERY MBOEIK

    Jumlah Suara : 111,967
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur

    Provinsi Papua Barat

    • ISHAK MANDACAN, SH

    Jumlah Suara : 53,316
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua Barat

    • SOFIA MAIPAUW, SH

    Jumlah Suara : 48,931
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua Barat

    • MERVIN SADIPUN KOMBER

    Jumlah Suara : 41,869
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua Barat

    • Drs. H. WAHIDIN ISMAIL

    Jumlah Suara : 39,013
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Papua Barat

    Provinsi Riau

    • H. ABDUL GAFAR USMAN, M.M.

    Jumlah Suara : 172,961
    H. Abdul Gafar Usman, MM pada pemilu legislatif 2009 lalu [...]

    • INTSIAWATI AYUS, S.H., M.H.

    Jumlah Suara : 144,559
    Berangkat dari praktisi hukum, Intsiawati Ayus terpilih kembali menjadi anggota [...]

    • Dra. Hj. MAIMANAH UMAR, M.A.

    Jumlah Suara : 121,832
    Perempuan ini adalah anggota DPD Propinsi Riau yang terpilih kembali [...]

    • MUHAMMAD GAZALI, Lc.

    Jumlah Suara : 101,959
    Pria asal Pekanbaru ini menjadi Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Riau [...]

    Provinsi Sulawesi Selatan

    • H, Ir., ABD. AZIS QAHAR MUDZAKKAR, M.Si.

    Jumlah Suara : 948,151
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Selatan

    • H. MUH AKSA MAHMUD

    Jumlah Suara : 507,411
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Selatan

    • Drs. H. BAHAR NGITUNG

    Jumlah Suara : 161,687
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Selatan

    • LITHA BRENT, SE.

    Jumlah Suara : 140,007
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Selatan

    Provinsi Sulawesi Tengah

    • Pdt. DR. Silviana Hendriete Pandegirot MTh

    Pdt. DR. Silviana Hendriete Pandegirot MTh dilantik sebagai anggota Dewan Perwakilan Daerah (DPD) DPD asal Sulawesi Tengah menggantikan Drs [...]

    • Hj. NURMAWATI DEWI BANTILAN, SE

    Jumlah Suara : 104,022
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi TengahLAHIR di Yogyakarta, Nurma-wati Dewi Bantilan [...]

    • AHMAD SYAIFULLAH MALONDA, SP

    Jumlah Suara : 80,616
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Tengah

    • SHALEH MUHAMAD ALDJUFRI, Lc., MA

    Jumlah Suara : 78,303
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Tengah

    Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara

    • Brigjend. Pol. (Purn). Drs. H. Hoesein Effendy, S.H

    Brigjend. Pol. (Purn). Drs. H. Hoesein Effendy, S.H merupakan anggota DPD yang kedua pengganti antar-waktu setelah Mohamad Surya yang [...]

    • Dr. LA ODE IDA

    Jumlah Suara : 156,177
    Ida, begitu panggilan karib pria ini, adalah anggota DPD yang [...]

    • H. Ir. ABD. JABBAR TOBA

    Jumlah Suara : 37,990
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara

    • Drs. H. KAMARUDDIN

    Jumlah Suara : 28,985
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara

    Provinsi Sulawesi Utara

    • ARYANTHI BARAMULI PUTRI, SH, MH

    Jumlah Suara : 223,476
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Utara

    • Ir. MARHANY VICTOR POLY PUA

    Jumlah Suara : 141,132
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Utara

    • FERRY F.X. TINGGOGOY

    Jumlah Suara : 124,323
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Utara

    • Drs. ALVIUS LOMBAN, M.Si

    Jumlah Suara : 100,887
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawei Utara

    Provinsi Sulawesi Barat

    • MUH. ASRI ANAS

    Jumlah Suara : 43,750
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Barat

    • K.H. MUHAMMAD SYIBLI SAHABUDDIN, S.Ag, M.Ag

    Jumlah Suara : 41,866
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Barat

    • H. Ir. ISKANDAR MUDA BAHARUDDIN LOPA

    Jumlah Suara : 33,606
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Barat

    • Hj. MULYANA ISHAM, SH, MM

    Jumlah Suara : 33,156
    Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sulawesi Barat

    Provinsi Sumatera Selatan

    • Hj. ASMAWATI, S.E., M.M.

    Jumlah Suara : 238,799
    Asma, begitu panggilan karib perempuan ini, adalah anggota DPD Propinsi Sumatera Selatan [...]

    • Hj. PERCHA LEANPURI

    Jumlah Suara : 918,612
    Anggota termuda asal Provinsi Sumatera Selatan ini berhasil menduduki posisi [...]

    • Drs. AIDIL FITRISYAH, MM

    Jumlah Suara : 248,029
    Drs. Aidil Fitrisyah, MM merupakan tokoh yang aktif dalam bidang [...]

    • ABDUL AZIZ

    Jumlah Suara : 152,840
    Pria kelahiran Lahat, 12 Oktober 1972 ini berhasil menjadi Anggota [...]

    Provinsi Sumatera Barat

    • H. Irman Gusman S.E., MBA.

    Jumlah Suara : 293,070
    H. Irman Gusman, S.E., MBA dikenal sebagai salah satu tokoh [...]

    • Hj. EMMA YOHANNA

    Jumlah Suara : 203,587
    Senator dari ranah Minangkabau ini dikenal sangat aktif berorganisasi diantaranya [...]

    • ALIRMAN SORI, SH., M.Hum., MM.

    Jumlah Suara : 95,113
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    Jumlah Suara : 90,507
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    • Drs. RUDOLF M. PARDEDE

    Jumlah Suara : 620,118
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    Jumlah Suara : 395,085
    Pria kelahiran Medan ini berhasil terpilih kembali menjadi Anggota DPD [...]

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    Jumlah Suara : 394,100
    Berhasil lolos ke Senayan sebagai Anggota DPD RI Provinsi Sumatera [...]

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    Jumlah Suara : 313,871
    Wanita kelahiran Binjai dan mantan dosen Universitas Sumatera Utara ini [...]

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    • GUSTI KANJENG RATU HEMAS

    Jumlah Suara : 941,153
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    Jumlah Suara : 181,415
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    Jumlah Suara : 171,108
    Pria kelahiran Jepara, 23 November 1957 ini kembali mewakili Provinsi [...]

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    Jumlah Suara : 106,117
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  • Virtual Chitchatting 6:54 PM on 2013/11/09 Permalink  

    here is my wrath and these are my curses 

    20131109 1854
    this is my wrath. these are my curses.

    you’ll be sorry for being born, alive, and even on dying and dead.
    you’ll live and die miserably. that’s a promise.
    when you’re dying, you don’t and can’t have a chance to kiss your sorry ass goodbye.
    when you’re dead, I’l be the first one to know, any how.
    as you’re dead and buried, if there is any part of your body left identified, I’ll spit, leak, and dance on your dead body and on your grave.
    even on dead, you’ll scratch and crawl as the living dead.
    as alive, from now on, you don’t have a face to meet anyone, your kid, your spouse, your parents, your neighbours, your colleagues.
    as you have no face value, even a penny.
    19.11

     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 12:31 AM on 2013/11/09 Permalink  

    payback is a bitch! 

    wait for your karma 2 kəm @ your face & ye’ll lick it 2 dry


    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/come?ref=dictionary&word=cum#

    cum conjunction \ˈku̇m, ˈkəm\

    —used in hyphenated phrases to link nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

    Full Definition of CUM
    : along with being : and —used to form usually hyphenated phrases

    Origin of CUM
    Latin, with; akin to Latin com- — more at co-
    First Known Use: circa 1869

    cum abbreviation
    Definition of CUM
    cumulative

    Mary Lee Morgan · September 3, 2012 at 3:48pm
    My Indian friends keep using it in places where US English writers would not.


    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum


    1. n. Semen
    2. v. To orgasm
    Usage Note: the word is spelled with a ‘u’ to differentiate it from ‘come,’ which has a… cleaner definition.
    I just got some spam inviting me to “cum here.” Is there a double meaning here???
    by The Grammar Nazi November 19, 2001


    1. To orgasm.
    2. Whitish fluid from aforemention orgasm.
    3. How internet sluts say “come”.
    1. “I think I’m gonna cum!”
    2. “She’s got cum all over her face!”
    3. “CUM 2 MY WEBSITE!”
    by Sarahsuke June 08, 2003


    A male or female orgasm resulting in sometimes unexpected amounts of love juice spurting veciferously
    Uh-huh, Im gonna cum baby, ooh-wee… look at that, oh you cant, its in your eye!!
    by PetePole February 27, 2003


    Cum has a few definitions… it can be a man’s semen, a female’s vaginal liquids, or, the act of orgasming. Cum is a warm, thick, whitish substance that tastes different depending on what you eat. For example, if a guy ate pineapple before a blowjob, it would taste very sweet, but if he ate something like Chinese food, look out.
    1) Oh… I’m cumming…
    2) He then squirted his warm load of cum right down my throat.
    by Meghan January 01, 2005


    A male or female orgasm resulting in sometimes unexpected amounts of love juice spurting veciferously
    Uh-huh, Im gonna cum baby, ooh-wee… look at that, oh you cant, its in your eye!!
    by PetePole February 27, 2003


    Cum has a few definitions… it can be a man’s semen, a female’s vaginal liquids, or, the act of orgasming. Cum is a warm, thick, whitish substance that tastes different depending on what you eat. For example, if a guy ate pineapple before a blowjob, it would taste very sweet, but if he ate something like Chinese food, look out.
    1) Oh… I’m cumming…
    2) He then squirted his warm load of cum right down my throat.
    by Meghan January 01, 2005


    white stuff that explodes out of a guys rod after a good tug.
    i just dumped a load of cum over the kitchen bench.
    my cum tastes like pineapple juice??
    by returnfrom86 August 01, 2005


    Latin word for with, is an ablative preposition
    ambulo cum agricolis (I walk with the farmers)
    by LatinoMan February 27, 2003


    1.semen
    2.the act of ejaculating
    Before she realized that Joe was going to (1.)cum, Jane got a mouthful of (2.)cum and nearly choked.
    by Fatass February 25, 2003


    More to cum:

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20dumpster

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cumming

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20shot

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20rag

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20dragon

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20guzzler

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20gutters

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20face

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20catcher

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20bucket

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20fart

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20swap

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20slut


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 12:30 AM on 2013/11/09 Permalink  

    wait for your karma 2 kəm @ your face & ye’ll lick it 2 dry 

    payback is a bitch!


    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/come?ref=dictionary&word=cum#

    cum conjunction \ˈku̇m, ˈkəm\

    —used in hyphenated phrases to link nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

    Full Definition of CUM
    : along with being : and —used to form usually hyphenated phrases

    Origin of CUM
    Latin, with; akin to Latin com- — more at co-
    First Known Use: circa 1869

    cum abbreviation
    Definition of CUM
    cumulative

    Mary Lee Morgan · September 3, 2012 at 3:48pm
    My Indian friends keep using it in places where US English writers would not.


    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum


    1. n. Semen
    2. v. To orgasm
    Usage Note: the word is spelled with a ‘u’ to differentiate it from ‘come,’ which has a… cleaner definition.
    I just got some spam inviting me to “cum here.” Is there a double meaning here???
    by The Grammar Nazi November 19, 2001


    1. To orgasm.
    2. Whitish fluid from aforemention orgasm.
    3. How internet sluts say “come”.
    1. “I think I’m gonna cum!”
    2. “She’s got cum all over her face!”
    3. “CUM 2 MY WEBSITE!”
    by Sarahsuke June 08, 2003


    A male or female orgasm resulting in sometimes unexpected amounts of love juice spurting veciferously
    Uh-huh, Im gonna cum baby, ooh-wee… look at that, oh you cant, its in your eye!!
    by PetePole February 27, 2003


    Cum has a few definitions… it can be a man’s semen, a female’s vaginal liquids, or, the act of orgasming. Cum is a warm, thick, whitish substance that tastes different depending on what you eat. For example, if a guy ate pineapple before a blowjob, it would taste very sweet, but if he ate something like Chinese food, look out.
    1) Oh… I’m cumming…
    2) He then squirted his warm load of cum right down my throat.
    by Meghan January 01, 2005


    A male or female orgasm resulting in sometimes unexpected amounts of love juice spurting veciferously
    Uh-huh, Im gonna cum baby, ooh-wee… look at that, oh you cant, its in your eye!!
    by PetePole February 27, 2003


    Cum has a few definitions… it can be a man’s semen, a female’s vaginal liquids, or, the act of orgasming. Cum is a warm, thick, whitish substance that tastes different depending on what you eat. For example, if a guy ate pineapple before a blowjob, it would taste very sweet, but if he ate something like Chinese food, look out.
    1) Oh… I’m cumming…
    2) He then squirted his warm load of cum right down my throat.
    by Meghan January 01, 2005


    white stuff that explodes out of a guys rod after a good tug.
    i just dumped a load of cum over the kitchen bench.
    my cum tastes like pineapple juice??
    by returnfrom86 August 01, 2005


    Latin word for with, is an ablative preposition
    ambulo cum agricolis (I walk with the farmers)
    by LatinoMan February 27, 2003


    1.semen
    2.the act of ejaculating
    Before she realized that Joe was going to (1.)cum, Jane got a mouthful of (2.)cum and nearly choked.
    by Fatass February 25, 2003


    More to cum:

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20dumpster

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cumming

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20shot

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20rag

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20dragon

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20guzzler

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20gutters

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20face

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20catcher

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cum%20bucket

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    Indonesia’s way to stride passing out the economic recession: revive the economics of war

    by Sando Sasako
    Jakarta, 8 November 2013 18.00

    Battered by the price hike of oil, Indonesian business societies are now facing demand of a significant price hike in wages, nationwide. That’s not all, the battered Indonesian rupiah to the US dollar has made significant increase in the price of imported products, in terms of rupiah.

    In terms of economic crisis, what did Hitler do in the aftermath of World War I and pre-World War II?

    Increase the military spending and revive the economics of war.
    That is what Indonesia doing right now, following the recent game-changer of Indonesian military top personnel.
    PT (Persero) PAL has committed to build the Indonesian naval war machines.

    To make it happen, the Indonesian government has made hostile takeover to PT Inalum.

    What would aluminum do? Explosives!


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    Billionaire Tells Americans to Prepare For ‘Financial Ruin’
    Thursday, 07 Nov 2013 06:04 AM
    By Newsmax Wires

    The United States could soon become a large-scale Spain or Greece, teetering on the edge of financial ruin.

    That’s according to Donald Trump, who painted a very ugly picture of where this country is headed. Trump made the comments during a recent appearance on Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”

    According to Trump, the United States is no longer a rich country. “When you’re not rich, you have to go out and borrow money. We’re borrowing from the Chinese and others. We’re up to $16 trillion in debt.”

    He goes on to point out that the downgrade of U.S. debt is inevitable.

    “We are going up to $16 trillion [in debt] very soon, and it’s going to be a lot higher than that before he gets finished. When you have [debt] in the $21-$22 trillion, you are talking about a downgrade no matter how you cut it.”

    Ballooning debt and a credit downgrade aren’t Trump’s only worries for this country. He says that the official unemployment rate of 8.2 percent “isn’t a real number” and that the real figure is closer to 15 percent to 16 percent. He even mentioned that some believe the unemployment rate to be as high as 21 percent.

    “Right now, frankly, the country isn’t doing well,” Trump added, “Recession may be a nice word.”

    While 15 percent to 16 percent unemployment, a looming credit downgrade, and ballooning debt are a bleak outlook for the United States, they are hardly as alarming as the scenario laid out by another economist.

    Without earning celebrity status or having his own television show, Robert Wiedemer did something else that grabbed headlines across the country: He accurately predicted the economic collapse that almost sank the United States.

    In 2006, Wiedemer and a team of economists foresaw the coming collapse of the U.S. housing market, equity markets, private debt, and consumer spending, and published their findings in the book America’s Bubble Economy.

    Editor’s Note: See the disturbing interview with Wiedemer.

    But Wiedemer’s outlook for the U.S. economy today makes Trump’s observations seem almost optimistic.

    Where Trump sees ballooning debt and a credit downgrade, Wiedemer sees much more widespread economic destruction.

    In a recent interview for his newest book Aftershock, Wiedemer says, “The data is clear, 50% unemployment, a 90% stock market drop, and 100% annual inflation . . . starting in 2012.”

    When the host questioned such wild claims, Wiedemer unapologetically displayed shocking charts backing up his allegations, and then ended his argument with, “You see, the medicine will become the poison.”

    The interview has become a wake-up call for those unprepared (or unwilling) to acknowledge an ugly truth: The country’s financial “rescue” devised in Washington has failed miserably.

    Shocking Footage: See the eerie chart that exposes the ‘unthinkable.’

    The blame lies squarely on those whose job it was to avoid the exact situation we find ourselves in, including current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and former Chairman Alan Greenspan, tasked with preventing financial meltdowns and keeping the nation’s economy strong through monetary and credit policies.

    At one point, Wiedemer even calls out Bernanke, saying that his “money from heaven will be the path to hell.”

    But it’s not just the grim predictions that are causing the sensation; rather, it’s the comprehensive blueprint for economic survival that’s really commanding global attention.

    The interview offers realistic, step-by-step solutions that the average hard-working American can easily follow.

    The overwhelming amount of feedback to publicize the interview, initially screened for a private audience, came with consequences as various online networks repeatedly shut it down and affiliates refused to house the content.

    Bernanke and Greenspan were not about to support Wiedemer publicly, nor were the mainstream media.

    “People were sitting up and taking notice, and they begged us to make the interview public so they could easily share it,” said Newsmax Financial Publisher Aaron DeHoog, “but unfortunately, it kept getting pulled.”

    “Our real concern,” DeHoog added, “is what if only half of Wiedemer’s predictions come true?

    “That’s a scary thought for sure. But we want the average American to be prepared, and that is why we will continue to push this video to as many outlets as we can. We want the word to spread.”

    Editor’s Note: For a limited time, Newsmax is showing the Wiedemer interview and supplying viewers with copies of the new, updated Aftershock book including the final, unpublished chapter. Go here to view it now.

    © 2013 Moneynews. All rights reserved.


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    David Levy: US Vulnerable to Global Recession
    Tuesday, 05 Nov 2013 07:37 AM
    By Michael Kling

    The U.S. economy is vulnerable to turbulence from abroad that can drag it into a global recession, says economist David Levy of the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center.

    If policymakers in Europe and emerging markets fail to support their economies, they could spark a global recession that knocks out the U.S. economic recovery, Levy warned, according to the International Business Times.

    “While U.S. private financial vulnerability has been reduced somewhat since 2007, global financial vulnerability has increased,” Levy wrote in a note from the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center, the Times reports.

    Editor’s Note: Opinion: Retirees to Be Hit With Social Security Cuts

    Europe must “avoid the pitfalls of overcapacity, a crippled banking system, huge sovereign debt problems and constraints,” he said, adding that long-term value investors should be cautious about investing in Europe.

    Emerging markets need stable exports and calm financial markets in order to avoid recessions.

    China may not reach a growth rate of 7 percent next year, Levy noted.

    The Chinese government “remains caught between the need to provide fiscal and monetary support of the expansion and the desire to limit already severe financial imbalances,” he wrote, according to the Times.

    Although many economists have expressed concern about China’s slowing growth rate, the country’s non-manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) increased from 55.4 in September to 56.3 in October, indicating its economy is recovering, the BBC reports.

    A PMI reading over 50 means the economy is expanding.

    In addition, China’s manufacturing PMI reached an 18-month high in October.

    “The non-manufacturing sector should continue to develop at a stable rate over the next few months, though there still needs to be more market training and promotion to further release the service sector’s potential,” said Cai Jin, vice-president of the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing, according to the BBC.

    The Chinese economy grew 7.8 percent in the third quarter from the previous, accelerating its expansion from a 7.5 percent in the second quarter, the BBC reports.

    “There are sufficient factors supporting China’s economic development,” China’s President Xi Jinping told the state-owned Xinhua news agency, the BBC reports. “We are confident that the Chinese economy will keep growing in a sustained and healthy way.”

    The country will continue to implement reforms for sustainable growth, he said. “The more China is developed, the more the country will open up.”

    Editor’s Note: Opinion: Retirees to Be Hit With Social Security Cuts


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    Recession 2013: The Signs Don’t Look Good

    1. By Greg Madison, Contributing Writer, Money Morning
    2. September 20, 2013

    Alarm bells should be ringing at these signs, which all point to trouble.

    You won’t hear any talk about a Recession 2013 from the president, or from whoever happens to be the next Fed Head, or from anyone of either party in Congress. You won’t hear about it on the news, either.

    Listen to them and you’ll hear that the economy’s turning a corner. “Growth has returned… unemployment is falling… the markets are at all-time highs… things are looking up all over.”

    What a relief, right?

    It might be… if any of it was actually true.

    Our economy expanded by just 2.5% last quarter, and that’s taking into account the “adjustments” that the Bureau of Economic Analysis performed in July – adjustments that just so happen to make the gross domestic product (GDP) look bigger than it really is, all the way back to 1929.

    The official unemployment rate was 7.3% last month. That doesn’t count people who have given up looking for work, or the millions who desire full-time work but can only get part-time work. And it doesn’t account for the computer errors in two states that drove the official numbers down. The actual number of Americans who are unemployed or underemployed is 14%.

    All these indicators point to a Recession 2013.

    And it’s about to get even worse.
    Recession 2013 Is Nearly Here

    You see, there’s an obscure macroeconomic rule of thumb that goes something like this:

    When the annual growth rate of certain key indicators falls below 2%, a recession follows within 12 months.

    And as it stands now, alarm bells should be ringing, red lights should be flashing, and little hairs should be standing up on the back of the nation’s collective neck.

    There are some signs that we’re already in a recession – a “stealth” recession in which we don’t necessarily see what is usually the most visible facet, which is unemployment. But unemployment is already so bad that we may have stopped paying attention.
    The Real (Raw) Deal

    Real disposable incomes stand at 0.8%, and real consumer spending has fallen to 1.7%. Again, obviously, that’s less than 2%. That has a cascade effect right on down through the rest of the economy, because in the United States, consumer spending accounts for an incredible 70% of the $15.6 trillion GDP.

    Granted, a great deal of thatconsumer spending includes necessities like healthcare – consumers spend about $1.5 trillion altogether on food, clothes, and housing, but with median incomes flat this year, there’s less and less for those consumers to spend.

    Our society, and our economy, has arrived at the point where it needs to spend money right and left to keep economic growth up and to avoid a Recession 2013. If we’re not spending, the economy can’t grow.

    And it isn’t growing much at all. It’s shrinking, or… receding, if you will.

    The real GDP has actually been falling for the last three quarters, from 3.15% in Q3 2012, to 2% in Q4 2012, all the way down to 1.6% in Q2 2013. That’s not healthy growth by any stretch of the imagination. Obviously, it represents a contraction of growth – the textbook definition of recession.

    And yes, it gets worse.

    Nearly every meaningful indicator pertaining to consumer spending is slowing, dropping beneath that 2% threshold that signals a recession.

    The real final sales of domestic product is a great indication of the amount of demand out there in the United States. It’s a snapshot of the amount of stuffproduced by the economy that is actually sold, as opposed to shelved. It’s on track to keep a 12-month pace of 1.6%.

    One of the few indicators actually advancing – and this is not necessarily a good thing – is the total amount of consumer credit.

    That segment grew by 4.4%, annualized, in July. Car loans, some of them actually subprime auto loans, and student loans drove this growth. At the same time, individual revolving credit, like credit cards, for instance, shrank by an annualized 2.6% in July, behind a 5.2% decline in June. Year on year, revolving credit is flat. It’s grown by just 0.8%, exactly as it has since 2012.

    And yes, it gets worse.

    Retail sales across many different measures are moving at a veritable crawl. Adjusted for inflation, the real rate of retail sales is 2.3%, all amidst wide discounting and promotions.

    Retail sales not including vehicles and their parts fell 0.3% from August 2012.

    With wages and incomes flat, Recession 2013 is beginning to look more and more inevitable. Unless Americans start earning again, and right soon, periods of anemic economic growth followed by recessions that knock off the survivors will be the “new normal.”

    That light at the end of the tunnel? It’s the 10:15 out of Washington, D.C., headed straight for us.

    What do you think of #Recession2013? Are we already there, or are these predictions and indicators way off base? Don’t pull any punches. Let us know what you think on Twitter or on Facebook anytime.

    Note: A Recession 2013 would be awful, but there’s no good reason why it should ravage your portfolio. Check out these simple steps to building a “fortress portfolio” that can withstand the toughest financial blows.


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    Fate of emerging economies’ currency markets tied to US porn film industry recovery?
    Posted on 9 September 2013 – 05:40am
    by Pong Teng Siew

    YES, the above is a tongue-in-cheek headline. That this statement is not to be casually dismissed illustrates the curious twists encountered in policy-making. Last weekend’s widely anticipated August non-farm payrolls report bears out my contention that notwithstanding the theme of the gathering pace of a US recovery that is all the rage currently, the US economy is not at all on a healthy footing.

    Because the US Federal Reserve (Fed) chairman Ben S. Bernanke appears to imply that this key decision that may eventually alter the course of the US economy will hinge on the unemployment rate easing back to an acceptable level, a spectacular jobs decline in any one industry may indeed scuttle any plan to scale back its US$85 billion per month bond purchase programme.

    It appears the August jobs data was a disappointing 169,000 net adds, short of the 180,000 jobs that was the consensus of economists surveyed though only a tad below the mean since job adds turned positive in 2010.

    To provide some clarity, of the 169,000 jobs created, as much as 144,000 were jobs in the lowest paying categories like retail, education and health, leisure and hospitality, and temp and government jobs. A big 22,000 loss in employment came from the sound and motion picture industry. The Washington Post reported that the US porn film industry ground to a halt for a week late in August when an actress reportedly became infected with HIV. It seems that work has since resumed.

    So, it may now boil down to whether or not the US porn film industry fully recovers for the Fed to make that fateful decision. And on this decision also hinges the fate of currency markets in emerging economies. The disorderly retreat in exchange value of some emerging market currencies in recent months appear to have been in part precipitated by the rise in US Treasury bond yields triggered by expectations of a tapering of the Fed’s bond purchase programme dubbed ‘quantitative easing’.

    There are reasons to believe that the rise in US treasury yields in May 2013 was one factor that triggered a concurrent rise in bond yields across many emerging economies. As an indication of this, the bond yields of South Korean sovereign issues also rose along with the yields of Southeast Asian sovereign issues.

    Lest it is mistakenly thought that the flight of money out of South Korean sovereign issues would put the won in the league of emerging market currencies at risk of suffering various degrees of depreciation such as the rupee, lira, rand, rupiah and baht, note that the won is at this juncture even stronger than its level a year ago despite the suggestion from rising South Korean bond yields that foreign holders are deserting its bonds.

    The plain fact is that currency traders and speculators will not systematically target any currency unless they see reasons to do so. South Korea’s trade surplus is on an uptrend, so they avoid pressuring the won.

    In the case of the rupee, India’s battle with inflation in recent years compelled it to raise interest rates, weakening growth in its economy. Adding fuel to fire, its current account in the balance of payments clocked in at a deficit of US$32 billion in the December 2012 quarter, inadvertently gaining it the dubious fame of having run the second biggest current account deficit of any nation after the US. A narrowing of the deficit to US$18.2 billion in the March 2013 quarter still ranked as the third biggest deficit worldwide after South Africa, whose rand promptly sank versus the US dollar.

    The conclusion is not necessarily that an emerging economy is unbalanced merely because it runs a current account deficit. This may happen while it runs goods trade surpluses but these may be small and unable to offset temporary deficits in the income and transfer accounts of the current account resulting from the periodic withdrawal of funds by foreign investors.

    However, persistent current account deficits do point to an unbalanced economy. By the time investors take losses in a country like India, the cockroach theory will have asserted itself. As in the case of cockroaches, if investors see one economy at risk of collapse, they conclude there must be more than one around. Therein lies the danger of a regional contagion.

    Investors generally smell trouble not just among countries already running current account deficits, but they bail out of countries even with just a potential for trouble, for example, countries that are running surpluses, but these surpluses trending rapidly lower. Because currency crises are commonly associated with sovereign debt defaults, this may bring into sharp focus issues about the magnitude of public sector fiscal deficits, in what currency they are financed, and fiscal debt ceilings, if any.

    Once a currency attack is on, it’s a case of damned if you do, damned if you don’t. If the central bank of a country chooses to defend its currency, usually with no lasting effects, it will bleed its foreign exchange reserves and domestic money market interest rates will climb. For any credit-dependent economy, rising rates will weaken the economy, and loss of reserves that can be used to pay for imports even if exports collapsed undermines confidence, leading to further depreciation.

    If a central bank tries to make it expensive to speculators to take short positions in a currency and force them to retreat, it can raise interest rates, but this merely weakens the economy, again ultimately undermining confidence in the currency. If a central bank chooses to do nothing, it is an open invitation to relentless press on with the attack, ultimately destabilising the economy anyhow.

    If the ostensible reason for of the attack was an unsustainable public sector debts trajectory, then any response measure involving austerity, being procyclical in nature, or the raising of fresh revenues via taxes, will both slow growth, and again lead to a claimed loss of confidence in the currency.

    Really, any response to a speculative attack can only be reasonably expected to bear fruits only if undertaken before an attack begins, not after. It is also not reasonable to assume that all domestic funds will stay loyal to their country of origin. Capital is mobile, even if domestic, so it is unreasonable to heap all blame on a foreign conspiracy.

    Pong Teng Siew is head of Inter-Pacific Research Sdn Bhd


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    Indonesia’s record trade deficit casts more clouds on economy
    Posted on 2 September 2013 – 03:23pm

    JAKARTA (Sept 2, 2013): Indonesia’s trade deficit widened to a record in July, showing the difficult road policymakers face in shrinking a big current account gap, which has battered the currency and confidence in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

    Also on Monday, Indonesia reported that annual inflation in August was the highest since January 2009, at 8.79%, and a survey showed that manufacturing activity contracted sharply last month.

    Indonesia has been one of the worst hit in the recent sell-off in emerging markets due to its rising current account deficit, which was a near-record US$9.8 billion in the second quarter. The current account is the sum of a country’s trade balance and investment income.

    In July, the trade deficit widened a larger-than-expected US$2.31 billion from a revised US$880 million the previous month due to a rise in oil imports, the statistics bureau said on Monday. A Reuters poll had projected July’s trade deficit at US$400 million.

    Exports fell a worse-than-expected 6.1% from a year earlier while imports topped expectations by rising 6.5%.

    “Just as it looked as though Indonesia’s trade deficit may finally be stabilising, today’s data provided a nasty and badly timed surprise,” said Robert Prior-Wandesforde, economist at Credit Suisse in Singapore.

    “The combination of slowing real income growth, the lagged effects of the monetary tightening and knock-on effects from the sharp downturn in investment spending bodes badly for consumer spending, which we expect to be the next shoe to drop in the country’s rapidly faltering growth story,” he added.

    Markets sold off on Monday’s data. The benchmark share index was down more than 3% at one point, and was off 2.9% at 0700 GMT.

    In the spot currency market, the rupiah was down 0.2% at 10,930 per US dollar, but dealers said some trades were made at weaker levels.

    Traders said the central bank was continuing to defend the psychological 11,000 mark by supplying dollar liquidity. Bank Indonesia often discourages dealers from posting weak price levels during times of high market volatility.

    “The data will surely weaken the rupiah as investors will speculate that imports will be hard to tame,” said Jemmy Paul, fund manager at Sucorinvest Asset Management in Jakarta.

    The rupiah has tumbled nearly 12% this year as worries about Indonesia’s fiscal health, especially its trade and current account deficits, prompt foreign investors to sell Indonesian bonds, stocks and other assets. The rupiah is the second worst-performing Asian currency in 2013, after the rupee.

    Emerging markets in general have been mauled for months on fears that the US central bank will soon begin tapering its massive stimulus programme, which sent a flood of money into markets in Asia and elsewhere.

    The central bank last week said it expected the current account deficit to narrow to 3.4% of gross domestic product from 4.4% in the second quarter.

    The statistics bureau also reported annual inflation at 8.79% in August, up from 8.61% in July. A Reuters poll had projected 8.95% for August.

    Core inflation, which excludes volatile food prices and administered prices, climbed to 4.48% in August from 4.44% in July.

    Bank Indonesia has estimated that at year-end, inflation will be 9%-9.8%.

    Manufacturing activity contracted sharply in Indonesia in August and the workforce declined, according to HSBC Markit purchasing managers’ index (PMI), which fell to a 15-month low.

    “Government and central bank efforts to moderate domestic demand and correct external imbalances are starting to work, but policy measures are likely to be paused for now so as to avoid an overly sharp slowdown,” said HSBC analysts in a research note.

    Contraction in output, new orders and export orders pulled down the index for Southeast Asia’s biggest economy to 48.5 from 50.7 in July. A survey reading above 50.0 signals expansion and a reading below that means contraction in manufacturing activity.

    Indonesian policymakers have taken emergency measures over the last few weeks to revive investor confidence.

    Last Thursday, the central bank raised its benchmark reference rate 50 basis points to 7% in a bid to tame inflation and boost the ailing rupiah.

    The interest rate hike came less than a week after Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono unveiled a package of fiscal measures to bolster investment and ease import growth. – Reuters


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    UPDATE 2-Indonesia’s record trade deficit casts more clouds on economy
    By: Nilufar Rizki and Rieka Rahadiana
    Published: Monday, 2 Sep 2013 | 3:17 AM ET

    • Trade deficit spikes to $2.31 billion in July
    • Annual inflation at 8.79 pct y/y in August
    • Stocks fall, rupiah weakens against dollar

    (Adds analysts’ comments, PMI, details)

    JAKARTA, Sept 2 (Reuters) – Indonesia’s trade deficit widened to a record in July, showing the difficult road policymakers face in shrinking a big current account gap, which has battered the currency and confidence in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

    Also on Monday, Indonesia reported that annual inflation in August was the highest since January 2009, at 8.79 percent, and a survey showed that manufacturing activity contracted sharply last month.

    Indonesia has been one of the worst hit in the recent sell-off in emerging markets due to its rising current account deficit, which was a near-record $9.8 billion in the second quarter. The current account is the sum of a country’s trade balance and investment income.

    In July, the trade deficit widened a larger-than-expected $2.31 billion from a revised $880 million the previous month due to a rise in oil imports, the statistics bureau said on Monday. A Reuters poll had projected July’s trade deficit at $400 million.

    Exports fell a worse-than-expected 6.1 percent from a year earlier while imports topped expectations by rising 6.5 percent.

    “Just as it looked as though Indonesia’s trade deficit may finally be stabilising, today’s data provided a nasty and badly timed surprise,” said Robert Prior-Wandesforde, economist at Credit Suisse in Singapore.

    “The combination of slowing real income growth, the lagged effects of the monetary tightening and knock-on effects from the sharp downturn in investment spending bodes badly for consumer spending, which we expect to be the next shoe to drop in the country’s rapidly faltering growth story,” he added.

    MORE SELLING

    Markets sold off on Monday’s data. The benchmark share index was down more than 3 percent at one point, and was off 2.9 percent at 0700 GMT.

    In the spot currency market, the rupiah was down 0.2 percent at 10,930 per dollar, but dealers said some trades were made at weaker levels.

    Traders said the central bank was continuing to defend the psychological 11,000 mark by supplying dollar liquidity. Bank Indonesia often discourages dealers from posting weak price levels during times of high market volatility.

    “The data will surely weaken the rupiah as investors will speculate that imports will be hard to tame,” said Jemmy Paul, fund manager at Sucorinvest Asset Management in Jakarta.

    The rupiah has tumbled nearly 12 percent this year as worries about Indonesia’s fiscal health, especially its trade and current account deficits, prompt foreign investors to sell Indonesian bonds, stocks and other assets. The rupiah is the second worst-performing Asian currency in 2013, after the rupee .

    Emerging markets in general have been mauled for months on fears that the U.S. central bank will soon begin tapering its massive stimulus programme, which sent a flood of money into markets in Asia and elsewhere.

    The central bank last week said it expected the current account deficit to narrow to 3.4 percent of gross domestic product from 4.4 percent in the second quarter.

    INFLATION AT 4-YR HIGH

    The statistics bureau also reported annual inflation at 8.79 percent in August, up from 8.61 percent in July. A Reuters poll had projected 8.95 percent for August.

    Core inflation, which excludes volatile food prices and administered prices, climbed to 4.48 percent in August from 4.44 percent in July.

    Bank Indonesia has estimated that at year-end, inflation will be 9.0-9.8 percent.

    Manufacturing activity contracted sharply in Indonesia in August and the workforce declined, according to HSBC Markit purchasing managers’ index (PMI), which fell to a 15-month low.

    “Government and central bank efforts to moderate domestic demand and correct external imbalances are starting to work, but policy measures are likely to be paused for now so as to avoid an overly sharp slowdown,” said HSBC analysts in a research note.

    Contraction in output, new orders and export orders pulled down the index for Southeast Asia’s biggest economy to 48.5 from 50.7 in July. A survey reading above 50.0 signals expansion and a reading below that means contraction in manufacturing activity.

    Indonesian policymakers have taken emergency measures over the last few weeks to revive investor confidence.

    Last Thursday, the central bank raised its benchmark reference rate 50 basis points to 7 percent in a bid to tame inflation and boost the ailing rupiah.

    The interest rate hike came less than a week after President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono unveiled a package of fiscal measures to bolster investment and ease import growth.

    (Additional reporting by Andjarsari Paramaditha and Adriana Nina Kusuma in Jakarta and Jongwoo Cheon in Singapore; Writing by Randy Fabi; Editing by Richard Borsuk)


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    Recession in China, Indonesia & India
    Monday, September 2, 2013

    Is Asia heading into the recession soon? We begin to see the sign of the downvalue of Indian Rupee while Thailand is trying to prevent the country from slipping into recession. Indonesia is one of the fastest growing countries in Asia, running out of the local financial funds thus, the country increases the petrol (fuel) prices in order to reduce the government subsidy besides, borrowing money to finance growth. Malaysia follows Indonesia’s steps by raising the fuel prices recently in order to reduce the government’s subsidy. It is also believed that the Fitch Ratings downgraded Malaysia from stable to negative due to overspending in the recent election, has affected the value of Malaysian RM currency. China, on the other hand, faces the economic slowdown of trading and industrial businesses which is not only affecting their local economy but also on the world’s market.


    Is the emerging market growth story over?
    29 August 2013 Last updated at 07:09 GMT by Linda Yueh Chief Business Correspondent
    Source: BBC News Business

    India’s economy is now growing at its slowest pace in a decade

    With growth slowing dramatically across emerging economies, is it a sign of things to come?

    Thailand has fallen back into recession, Mexico’s economy is shrinking again, Russia is growing at just 1.2% – the pace of the slowly recovering West. Brazil’s growth was less than 1% last year, while the country that many have their eyes on is India, which is struggling with a pace of growth that is more reminiscent of the pre-1980s era than the rapid expansion of the past decade.

    Of course not all emerging economies are in the same boat. For instance, the Philippines has grown faster than expected in the second quarter, by 7.5% from a year earlier. But, there are a number, especially the large emerging economies, which are slowing. And that raises the question as to whether the emerging market growth story is over, with investors pulling at least some of their money out from these countries.

    Economic growth in the past decade was supported by a commodity boom and a lot of US consumption that turned out to be based on cheap but ultimately unsustainable debt. As the so-called commodity super-cycle moderates and the US consumer buys at a more moderate level, growth will slow around the world.

    It’s not necessarily the end of the emerging market growth story though. Countries across Asia now have their own middle class consumers after a period of rapid growth in incomes.

    And, put into perspective, emerging economies are still forecast to grow by 5% or more by the International Monetary Fund in the next couple of years, barring a crisis. Growth may have slowed from the heady days of 7%-plus growth, which was more than double America’s in the late 1990s and 2000s, but it’s still a decent clip.

    One of the reasons for the slowdown is that developing countries now have less room to “catch up” than before. For the first time ever, emerging economies now account for more than half of the world’s GDP, according to the IMF. So, countries like China, India, Russia and others produce more of the world’s output than rich countries like the US, UK, Germany. It implies that these developing nations have caught up to some extent and growth will slow unless they innovate like the richer countries.

    After all, it has been two decades since the early 1990s when China, India and the former Soviet Union opened up and integrated with the world economy. This propelled the world into a phase of greater globalisation where terms like offshoring came into vogue and trade surged – exports of goods almost doubled from 16% of world GDP to nearly 30% by the late 2000s. Foreign investment and money also poured into cheaper and fast-growing emerging economies as they opened up.

    Developing countries could have done a lot more to strengthen their economies during the good times. But, it’s often during the bad times that there is an impetus for reform, including supporting industrialisation and the middle classes. The protests across the world from Brazil to the Middle East have some of their roots in what hadn’t been done by their governments during the boom times.

    Take India – a country very much in the spotlight as its currency has fallen at the fastest pace since the 1991 balance of payments crisis.

    Two key indicators as to whether India has improved the foundations for its economy are how much it produces and sells overseas. Industry makes up only about a quarter of GDP and hasn’t increased since the 1990s. India has also barely increased its exports, accounting for just over 1% of global markets. When compared to China, which accounts for 11% of global exports, or Indonesia where industry accounts for nearly half of GDP, India has lagged in its industrialisation and penetration of global markets.

    During the good times, India’s long-standing impediments to growth – a low average level of educational attainment and poor infrastructure that impede manufacturing – weren’t addressed. Growth is now at its slowest pace in a decade at about 5%, and that isn’t enough to significantly lift average annual incomes of only $1,500, which is a fraction of the average $10,000 for emerging economies.

    More worryingly, according to Morgan Stanley, Indian companies have borrowed too much. They estimate that one in four companies can’t cover its interest payments. This is all adding to the worries over the large current account deficit and draining confidence from its currency as investors fret about the ability of the Indian government to manage when the era of cheap money ends. I wrote about this when the rupee began its plunge a few weeks ago.

    This year could see the world economy expanding at the slowest pace since the 2008 crisis. There’s no financial crisis this time, but for countries like India, there could be one brewing if the economy continues on its downward trajectory.

    As Warren Buffett remarked about the vulnerable banks during the 2008 financial crisis: “After all, you only find out who is swimming naked when the tide goes out.”

    India will hope that it’s not one of them.

    (Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23876631)


    Capital Flows Back to US as Markets Slump Across Asia
    Tuesday, 20 Aug 2013 06:43 AM
    Source: CNBC

    Asia’s role as the world’s growth engine is waning as economies across the region weaken and investors pull out billions of dollars.

    The Indian rupee fell to a record low, Thailand is in recession and Indonesia’s widest current-account deficit pushed the rupiah to the lowest level since 2009. Chinese banks’ bad loans are rising and economists forecast Malaysia will post its second straight quarter of sub-5 percent growth this week.

    The clouds forming in Asia as liquidity tightens and China’s slowdown curbs demand for commodities and goods are fueling a selloff of emerging-market stocks, reversing a flow of money into the region in favor of nascent recoveries in the U.S. and Europe. Emerging markets from Brazil to Indonesia have raised borrowing costs in 2013 to try to aid their currencies as the prospect of reduced U.S. monetary stimulus curbs demand for assets in developing nations.

    “The eye of the storm is directly above emerging markets now, two years after it hovered over Europe and four years after it hit the U.S.,” said Stephen Jen, co-founder of hedge fund SLJ Macro Partners LLP in London and former head of foreign- exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley. “This could be serious for Asia.”

    Almost $95 billion was poured into exchange-traded funds of American shares this year, while developing-nation ETFs saw withdrawals of $8.4 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Signs of a stronger U.S. economy may prompt the Federal Reserve to begin paring its $85 billion in monthly bond purchases as soon as next month.

    Swinging Back

    “The pendulum is swinging back in favor of the advanced countries,” said Shane Oliver, Sydney-based head of investment strategy at AMP Capital Investors Ltd., which oversees about $130 billion. “It’s one of these things that happens once a decade or so when you see a turn in relative performance. We’ve entered a tougher, more difficult period” for Asia.

    In the past three months the MSCI Asia Pacific Index has fallen 7.7 percent, compared with a 1.2 percent decline in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and a 1.6 percent drop in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index. Developing Asia will grow 6.9 percent in 2013, the IMF said in July, cutting its forecast by 0.3 percentage point.

    Monday, India’s benchmark index dropped 1.6 percent, Indonesia’s lost 5.6 percent while Thailand’s fell 3.3 percent.

    Indian policy makers led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh are battling to stem the rupee’s plunge, attract capital flows to bridge a record current account deficit and revive growth. The currency has weakened about 28 percent versus the dollar in the past two years, reviving memories of the early 1990s crisis, when the government received an International Monetary Fund loan as foreign reserves waned.

    Indian Problems

    “It seems now the pain is going to be in the emerging markets,” said Nitin Mathur, an analyst in Mumbai at Espirito Santo Investment Bank who expects sectors with higher valuations such as consumer goods to suffer the biggest declines. “The problems in India are not temporary blips. The problems are much more serious which will take a lot of effort to get resolved.”

    In Thailand, the economy entered recession last quarter for the first time since the global financial crisis. Toyota Motor Corp. said last month industrywide car sales in Thailand will fall 9.5 percent this year. The government cut its 2013 growth forecast as exports cooled and local demand weakened, with higher household debt restricting scope for monetary easing.

    Thai Credit

    Thailand’s private-sector credit as a share of gross domestic product has “increased significantly” in recent years raising concern about financial stability, Krystal Tan, an economist at Capital Economics Ltd. in Singapore, said in a Bloomberg Brief commentary.

    Taiwan last week cut its 2013 growth and exports forecasts and said the global outlook for the second half is worse than in May. The island’s export orders probably fell for a sixth month in July, a Bloomberg survey showed before data due Tuesday.

    “We are seeing a turning point,” said Freya Beamish, Hong Kong-based economist with Lombard Street Research, who says China’s competitiveness has been hurt by labor costs that are 30 percent too high. “China’s seeing flat to falling growth on our estimates so the region’s clouds are already here.”

    Sentiment is also being subdued by the prospect of a decline in U.S. stimulus, money that often finds its way to export-based countries in payment for goods.
    Investors will be looking for clues on how quickly the U.S. Federal Reserve will trim its $85 billion in monthly asset purchases when the Federal Open Market Committee’s July meeting minutes are released on Aug. 21.

    Flow Reversing

    The $3.9 trillion of cash that flowed into emerging markets over the past four years has started to reverse since Chairman Ben S. Bernanke talked about a tapering in quantitative easing this year. The slowdown in Fed bond buying will probably begin next month, according to 65 percent of economists surveyed by Bloomberg from Aug. 9-13.

    The JPMorgan Emerging Markets Currency Index has declined 2.4 percent since Bernanke’s June 19 tapering comment. The Bloomberg Dollar Index, which monitors the greenback against 10 major currencies, is almost unchanged over the same period.

    “The emerging Asia story is crumbling and dollar is once again the king,” said Indranil Pan, chief economist at Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. in Mumbai.

    India’s moves to tighten cash supply, restrict currency derivatives and curb gold imports since July failed to arrest the rupee’s slump to a record low of 63.23 per dollar. UBS AG says a drop in the currency to 70 is possible.

    The deficit widened to an unprecedented 4.8 percent of GDP in the year ended March 31. The government plans to narrow the gap to 3.7 percent, or $70 billion, this year, Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram said Aug. 12.

    Policy Gap

    India’s slump is worse than elsewhere in Asia because the country has failed to carry out long-overdue structural changes to the economy, said Pan at Kotak Mahindra Bank.

    “In India, we have great policies on paper but the gap between the what’s on paper and the implementation is unduly large,” R.C. Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., the nation’s biggest carmaker by volume, said in an interview. “If we just implement what’s already there, we can get back on track in the next two to three years.”

    Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore Ltd., says the market declines reflect overly ambitious expectations rather than fundamental weakness in the economies.

    “There’s a good structural story based on the underlying domestic demand,” said Jerram, who has analyzed Asian economies for two decades. “What you see at the moment is reaction from expectations being unrealistically positive maybe 12 months ago, to now becoming more realistic.”

    Japan Rising

    One bright spot is Japan, which has seen its economy bounce back on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s fiscal and monetary stimulus. The Topix stocks index has risen 34 percent this year.

    Abe has yet to show that he can sustain the recovery by restructuring company and labor laws and taming the nation’s debt, which topped 1 quadrillion yen ($10 trillion) in June.

    “Asia still has potential in the next three years or more, but in the shorter term, momentum for business is slowing down,” said Shuichi Hirukawa, senior fund manager at Mizuho Asset Management Co. in Tokyo. “Investors may become more cautious.”

    China’s economy last quarter extended the longest streak of expansion below 8 percent in at least two decades, curbing earnings at companies such as Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. Still, there are signs of improvement. Industrial output rose more than economists estimated in July, after larger-than-forecast rebounds in exports and imports and improvement in gauges of manufacturing and service industries.

    China Change

    China is making efforts to bolster confidence. Overall liquidity in China is ample as banks channel more funds to agriculture and small businesses in the world’s second-largest economy, People’s Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan said on state broadcaster China Central Television.

    “Some Asian countries, especially India, have their own significant domestic challenges,” said Jim O’Neill, the former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist who coined the term BRIC in 2001 to describe Brazil, Russia, India and China. “But China is slowing primarily to improve its growth model and at 7-7.5 percent annual growth is still delivering $1 trillion nominal GDP. And Japan, still Asia’s No. 2 economy, is looking better than it has done for a very long time.”

    The slowdown in economies such as Indonesia and Thailand is part of a “very, very global” weakness, World Bank Chief Economist Kaushik Basu told reporters in New Delhi.

    ‘So Slow’

    The U.S. recovery “was so slow that even the slightest pick up is looking like a pick up,” Basu said. “I don’t think the Asian situation is any worse. In fact, if anything, Asia is probably better off than the rest of the world.”

    That may not help markets in Asia as money continues to flow back to Europe and the U.S., said Oliver at AMP Capital. Norway may say its economy expanded in the second quarter after a contraction in the previous three months, a survey showed. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will release a report on U.S. economic activity for July.

    “Asia will still be a stronger part of the world than the U.S. or Europe but compared to people’s expectations Asia is likely to come in a little bit lower than expected,” he said.

    The IMF in July forecast global growth of 3.1 percent and projected advanced economies would expand 1.2 percent this year.

    Stocks Opportunity

    “We see this drop as an opportunity to buy selectively those stocks that have been overpriced” such as banks and consumer shares, Kiekie Boenawan, Jakarta-based head of investment at PT Schroder Investment Management Indonesia, wrote in an e-mail.

    Investors will be scanning data from Chinese factories to Malaysian growth this week for further signs of weakness.

    An Aug. 22 flash reading for China on a manufacturing purchasing managers’ index by HSBC Holdings Plc and Markit Economics is expected to come in at 48.1 for August, from 47.7 in July, according to the median economist estimate compiled by Bloomberg. A reading below 50 indicates contraction.

    Malaysia’s central bank on Aug. 21 may post data showing 4.7 percent economic growth in the second quarter from a year earlier, after rising 4.1 percent in the January-March period, its slowest rate since September 2009, according to the median estimate of economists in a Bloomberg survey.

    Brazil’s Real

    Slumping currencies and inflation risks in emerging markets are adding to pressure on central banks to raise interest rates. Brazil increased its benchmark rate this year more than any major economy to prevent higher prices from slowing consumption and investments. The real weakened beyond 2.4 per dollar for the first time in four years.

    Higher rates in turn would hit consumers in countries where cheap mortgages and easy credit have fueled housing booms.

    “Southeast Asian consumers have taken on much higher debt in the last few years,” Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc analyst Sanjay Mathur wrote in a July 18 report. He said the largest increase was in Malaysia, where household debt increased by 20 percent of GDP between 2008 and 2012.

    There’s a feeling that “the rest of the world’s getting a bit better and Asean’s had its sort of burst of credit-enhanced growth,” said Edward Teather, an economist at UBS AG who covers Southeast Asian markets from Singapore. “It’s raining already.”

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    (Source: http://www.moneynews.com/InvestingAnalysis/Capital-Markets-Asia-Economy/2013/08/20/id/521258#ixzz2dLx91k8w )


    Why China’s Economy May Be Heading for a Crash
    Published: Saturday, 29 Jun 2013 | 9:00 AM ET
    By: Justin Menza Source: CNBC

    Mark Ralston | AFP | Getty Images

    Empty apartment developments stand in the city of Ordos, Inner Mongolia.

    China’s central bank sent global markets reeling when it attempted tighten credit and rein in the country’s shadow banking system. But the consequences of China’s credit binge may just be getting started, and experts say there could be more pain to come for the world’s second-largest economy.

    “We’ve been seeing tightening since the end of last year,” said Leland Miller, China Beige Book International president. “This is not a spur of the moment decision by the central bank.”

    Leland said the higher interbank lending rates are an indicator of a tension in the system. “The credit transition mechanism is broken and until that’s fixed, there will be no happy endings in China,” he said.

    The People’s Bank of China in a statement said the performance of the economy and financial system “are sound” and that there was no shortage of liquidity in the market.

    But the economy must still come to grips with the credit binge and the over-investment undertaken in an attempt to avert an economic slowdown at the outset of the global financial crisis.

    “They launched $2.5 trillion worth of stimulus in 2008-11,” explained Bill Smead, CEO and CIO of Smead Capital Management and a long-term China bear. “Most of that went to special purpose vehicles to build rail, bridges, airports, condo buildings, you name it.”

    Many of those projects were built with the sole purpose of showing strong economic growth and not to generate economic rent, Smead said.

    Gordon Chang, author of “The Coming Collapse of China,” said China may only be growing 2 or 3 percent and if you strip out all the construction going into ghost cities and “high-speed rail lines to nowhere,” the economy may not be growing at all.

    He looks at electricity usage as a better indicator of growth than the official Chinese statistics.

    “China claimed 7.7 percent growth for the first quarter,” he told CNBC this month. “But when you look at electricity, by far the most reliable economic indicator of Chinese economic activity, that grew 2.9 percent in Q1. When you consider that the growth of GDP is historically 85 percent of the growth of electricity, you’re talking 2.5 percent (growth).”

    And many of those loans used to finance the construction of those ghost cities and idle train lines may never get repaid. Instead, banks continue to roll over these loans-many made to state-owned companies.

    If the banks were to stop rolling over those bad debts, it could create a capital hole in the banking system and force the government into a costly recapitalization of the banks.

    Two things could mitigate the damage, say investing pros-high reserve ratio requirements and China’s massive foreign exchange reserves.

    David Riedel of Riedel Research Group, told CNBC that while investors need to “worry about the health of the banking sector,” the Chinese government’s 20 percent reserve requirement for the banks and $3 trillion of foreign exchange reserves are “two strong pillars of support.”

    But using the foreign exchange reserves to recapitalize the banks could have nasty unintended consequences. Smead said they’d have to convert their U.S. Treasury holdings to yuan and “explosively increase the money supply.”

    That could torpedo the currency and stoke inflation, Smead said, creating a major crisis.

    China Bears

    For some international investors, China uncertainty has been reason to avoid the country’s equities altogether. Rajiv Jain, manager of the Virtus Foreign Opportunities Fund, told attendees at the Morningstar investment conference earlier in the month that he was “very concerned about the risk coming from China’s shadow banking system.”

    In his first-quarter investment commentary, Jain wrote, “In our view this level of (China) credit growth is unsustainable. There is bound to be a significant contraction in credit and, with it, GDP.” He added that the risks are systemic.

    That has him thinking defensively about China and investing in companies that do most of their business domestically, Indian banks for instance, and downplaying commodities-related companies that rely on demand from China.

    “If a debt-induced economic downturn takes hold in China, it inevitably will have a negative effect on commodity prices as marginal demand slackens or even falls,” Jain wrote. “Lower commodity prices would lead to lower income and reduced investment in exporting countries.”

    Those countries include Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil, Canada and Australia.

    China Opportunities?

    Not everyone shares this pessimism. “We’re still of the view that China muddles through,” said Todd Henry, emerging markets equity portfolio specialist at T.Rowe Price. “They’ll post decent growth, but the trajectory of growth will be lower” as credit growth slows.

    That’s not a ringing endorsement. Henry acknowledged the misallocation of capital and potential problems lurking in the financial system. But he doesn’t see systemic risk.

    Richard Gao, a portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, wrote in a note, “We believe that a widespread banking crisis seems unlikely for China, but we have nonetheless taken a cautious approach and typically are underweight in Chinese financials, especially banks, in our portfolios.”

    Michael Kurtz, global head of equity strategy at Nomura, also told CNBC attempts to rein in credit are “very useful in terms of getting the Chinese economy back on a more sustainable footing as we look out over the medium to long term.”

    It may even be positive for the country’s financial institutions down the line.

    “We do think that medium to long term as China begins to actually crack down on the abuses of easy money and begins to apply harder budget constraints at the margin, it could underpin a longer-term re-rating of the sector,” Kurtz said. “We’re finally starting to see the banks acknowledge the true status of the underlying balance sheets.”

    T. Rowe is underweight China financials. The stocks are not yet cheap enough to make them comfortable with the risks that may be lurking on their balance sheets, Henry said. T. Rowe prefers the consumer, Internet and environmental themes in China.

    BIll Stone of PNC Asset Management also told CNBC that things didn’t seem to be falling apart in China and that the recent volatility may be creating future opportunities. “There will be an opportunity in mobile,” he said, “Mobile e-commerce in China will certainly be worth watching here going forward.”

    Is It 2007 or 1979 in China?

    Garry Evans, global Head of equity strategy at HSBC, draws the comparison between China in 2013 and the U.S. in 1979 when Fed Chairman Paul Volcker became Fed chairman and took to breaking inflation.

    The Chinese government is focused on reform, Evans said. “Markets will want to wait and see whether these reforms happen in China.”

    T. Rowe’s Henry said that Chinese officials’ attempts to shift the economy from one driven by government investment to domestic consumption will be a “delicate balance.”

    “The risk is they don’t get this right and it becomes mismanaged,” Henry said. “Our view, they’ve done a good job in terms of managing the economy.

    Smead takes a dimmer view, saying China in 2013 is more like the U.S. in 2007-08 when the global financial crisis hit. While he runs a long-only U.S. fund, China is his chief worry and that has him avoiding U.S. energy, resource and industrial companies that depend on China growth.

    “It’s probably late 2007-08 in China,” Smead said. “It’s a physical impossibility for economy to be growing as it is” unless credit continues to expand sharply.

    He predicts a deep recession or depression that could last four years as it deals with the fallout from the credit binge.

    Either way, HSBC’s Evans said, “You have to expect Chinese equities to be quite volatile and quite weak.”

    -By CNBC’s Justin Menza. Follow him on Twitter @JustinMenza.

    (Source: http://www.cnbc.com/id/100849458)


    Thailand’s hopes to escape recession dimmed by output fall
    ReutersReuters – Wed, Aug 28, 2013 1:27 AM EDT
    By Orathai Sriring

    BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s economy may not easily pull out of recession, data on factory output suggests, even as a retreat by foreign investors puts further pressure on its financial markets.

    The fourth straight month of contraction in manufacturing output has raised fresh concerns that a slew of economic data this week will show more economic slippage, including a widening current account deficit as exports and foreign investments slow.

    The central bank’s data for July on Friday is expected to show consumption and investment remain subdued and the current account is in deficit again after a $3.8 billion gap in January-June.

    Thailand’s economy slipped into a mild recession in the second quarter and is grappling with faltering exports as investors position for the U.S. Federal Reserve to taper monetary stimulus, which has hit emerging Asia hard.

    Pimonwan Mahujchariyawong, an economist at Kasikorn Research Center, said a weak baht should help boost exports and that the current account deficit should be around $3 billion this year.

    The baht was slightly weaker at 32.25 per dollar, taking its losses so far this year to 5 percent. Thai stocks have slipped into bear market territory, falling 2.6 percent on Wednesday and tumbling over 20 percent from their May highs.

    ING forecast in a report a current account deficit of $5 billion in 2013, which would be the highest since 2005, and “the widening current account deficit makes Thai financial assets vulnerable to taper talk-driven turbulence.”

    FACTORY OUTPUT

    Industrial output in July dropped 4.54 percent from a year earlier, hit by weak electronics and autos. It was worse than the median forecast of a 2.3 percent fall in a Reuters poll, and against a 3.54 percent decline in June.

    On a monthly basis, unadjusted output fell 3.32 percent in July after a 0.89 percent rise in June.

    “Output data has tracked weak export numbers lower. With no immediate signs of rebound on the external front, net exports are likely to drag on growth for 3Q,” said Eugene Leow, an economist with DBS Bank in Singapore.

    “Momentum in the domestic economy has waned and elevated household debt could drag on consumption. Sequential GDP growth in 3Q is likely to be anaemic,” he added.

    Thailand is a regional hub and export base for top global car makers and is the world’s number two producer of computer hard disk drives.

    However, Sarun Sunansathaporn, an economist at Tisco Securities, said: “We think output data may not tell the whole story as the service sector is still good.

    Exports in Q3 are likely to be better, so we expect Q3 GDP growth of 3.9 percent on the quarter and 4.6 percent on the year.”

    Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy shrank on a quarterly basis in each of the first two quarters on weakening domestic demand and sluggish exports.

    The weak economic outlook may mean the central bank will keep interest rates low and take supportive policy steps, economists said.

    However, Thailand’s central bank said on Wednesday it was not worried about capital outflows because of the country’s high foreign reserves and that the baht was still moving in line with the currencies of trade partners. It reiterated it would act if the currency moved too fast.

    (Additional reporting by Boontiwa Wichakul and Satawasin Staporncharnchai; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)

    (Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/thailands-hopes-escape-recession-dimmed-052733012.html)


    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-19/clouds-gather-over-asian-economies-as-capital-flows-back-to-u-s-.html

    Capital Flows Back to U.S. as Markets Slump Across Asia
    By Shamim Adam & Kevin Hamlin – Aug 20, 2013 5:18 PM GMT+0700

    Opportunity Seen in Emerging Markets

    The slowdown in economies such as Indonesia and Thailand is part of a “very, very global” weakness, World Bank Chief Economist Kaushik Basu told reporters in New Delhi yesterday. Photographer: Sanjit Das/Bloomberg

    Aug. 20 (Bloomberg) — Richard Yetsenga, head of global markets research at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., talks about Indonesia’s rupiah and India’s rupee. The rupiah fell to 10,500 per dollar yesterday for the first time since 2009, stocks dropped by the most in 22 months and government bonds plunged. The rupee plunged yesterday to a record low. Yetsenga also discusses Federal Reserve monetary policy. He speaks from Sydney with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)

    Aug. 19 (Bloomberg) — James White, senior investment analyst at First State Investments, talks about China’s economy and stock market. White also discusses the planned trial of Bo Xilai, the former Politburo member charged with bribery and abuse of power. He speaks with Susan Li and John Dawson on Bloomberg Television’s “Asia Edge.” (Source: Bloomberg)

    Aug. 20 (Bloomberg) — Abdul Wahid Omar, a Malaysian minister in the Prime Minister’s Department overseeing the country’s Economic Planning Unit, and a former chief executive officer of Malayan Banking Bhd., talks about the nation’s economy. He speaks from Kuala Lumpur with John Dawson on Bloomberg Television’s “On the Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)

    An employee looks at a computer monitor at a brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, on Aug. 19, 2013. Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg

    A man looks up at an electronic screen displaying stock figures at the the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai on Aug. 19, 2013. Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg

    A man looks up at an electronic screen displaying stock figures at the the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai on Aug. 19, 2013. Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg


    Asia’s role as the world’s growth engine is waning as economies across the region weaken and investors pull out billions of dollars.

    The Indian rupee fell to a record low today, Thailand is in recession and Indonesian stocks have slumped about 20 percent since their peak. Chinese banks’ bad loans are rising and economists forecast Malaysia will post its second straight quarter of sub-5 percent growth this week.

    The clouds forming in Asia as liquidity tightens and China’s slowdown curbs demand for commodities and goods are fueling a selloff of emerging-market stocks, reversing a flow of money into the region in favor of nascent recoveries in the U.S. and Europe. Emerging markets from Brazil to Indonesia have raised borrowing costs in 2013 to try to aid their currencies as the prospect of reduced U.S. monetary stimulus curbs demand for assets in developing nations.

    “The eye of the storm is directly above emerging markets now, two years after it hovered over Europe and four years after it hit the U.S.,” said Stephen Jen, co-founder of hedge fund SLJ Macro Partners LLP in London and former head of foreign-exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley. “This could be serious for Asia.”

    Of the $155.6 billion investors poured into developed-market equity exchange-traded products in the first seven months this year, North American funds received $102.4 billion or 65.8 percent, according to BlackRock Investment Institute. Japan attracted a record $28 billion, while Europe-focused funds got $4.3 billion. In contrast, $7.6 billion flowed out of emerging-market funds.
    Swinging Back

    “The pendulum is swinging back in favor of the advanced countries,” said Shane Oliver, Sydney-based head of investment strategy at AMP Capital Investors Ltd., which oversees about $130 billion. “It’s one of these things that happens once a decade or so when you see a turn in relative performance. We’ve entered a tougher, more difficult period” for Asia.

    The IMF in July cut its forecast for growth this year in developing Asia by 0.3 percentage point to 6.9 percent.

    In the past three months the MSCI Asia Pacific Index has fallen 9 percent, compared with a 1.2 percent decline in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and a 2.4 percent drop in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index. Signs of a stronger U.S. economy may prompt the Federal Reserve to begin paring its $85 billion in monthly bond purchases as soon as next month.

    India’s benchmark stock index is down more than 5 percent in the past week and Thailand has fallen more than 6 percent. Indonesia’s Jakarta Composite Index lost 10 percent in that period and is down about 20 percent since its close on May 20.
    Rupee Plunge

    Indian policy makers led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh are battling to stem the rupee’s plunge, attract capital flows to bridge a record current account deficit and revive growth. The currency has weakened about 28 percent versus the dollar in the past two years, reviving memories of the early 1990s crisis, when the government received an International Monetary Fund loan as foreign reserves waned.

    “It seems now the pain is going to be in the emerging markets,” said Nitin Mathur, an analyst in Mumbai at Espirito Santo Investment Bank who expects sectors with higher valuations such as consumer goods to suffer the biggest declines. “The problems in India are not temporary blips. The problems are much more serious which will take a lot of effort to get resolved.”

    In Thailand, the economy entered recession last quarter for the first time since the global financial crisis. Toyota Motor Corp. said last month industrywide car sales in Thailand will fall 9.5 percent this year. The government cut its 2013 growth forecast yesterday as exports cooled and local demand weakened, with higher household debt restricting scope for monetary easing.
    Thai Credit

    Thailand’s private-sector credit as a share of gross domestic product has “increased significantly” in recent years raising concern about financial stability, Krystal Tan, an economist at Capital Economics Ltd. in Singapore, said in a Bloomberg Brief commentary.

    Taiwan last week cut its 2013 growth and exports forecasts and said the global outlook for the second half is worse than in May. The island’s export orders unexpectedly rose for the first time in six months in July, the government said today.

    “We are seeing a turning point,” said Freya Beamish, Hong Kong-based economist with Lombard Street Research, who says China’s competitiveness has been hurt by labor costs that are 30 percent too high. “China’s seeing flat to falling growth on our estimates so the region’s clouds are already here.”

    Sentiment is also being subdued by the prospect of a decline in U.S. stimulus, money that often finds its way to export-based countries in payment for goods.
    Seeking Clues

    Investors will be looking for clues on how quickly the U.S. Federal Reserve will trim its $85 billion in monthly asset purchases when the Federal Open Market Committee’s July meeting minutes are released on Aug. 21.

    The $3.9 trillion of cash that flowed into emerging markets over the past four years has started to reverse since Chairman Ben S. Bernanke talked about a tapering in quantitative easing this year. The slowdown in Fed bond buying will probably begin next month, according to 65 percent of economists surveyed by Bloomberg from Aug. 9-13.

    The JPMorgan Emerging Markets Currency Index has declined 3.2 percent since Bernanke’s June 19 tapering comment. The Bloomberg Dollar Index, which monitors the greenback against 10 major currencies, is up about 1 percent over the same period.

    “The emerging Asia story is crumbling and dollar is once again the king,” said Indranil Pan, chief economist at Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. in Mumbai.
    Gold Imports

    India’s moves to tighten cash supply, restrict currency derivatives and curb gold imports since July failed to arrest the rupee’s slump to a record low of 64.12 per dollar during trading today. UBS AG says a drop to 70 is possible.

    The deficit widened to an unprecedented 4.8 percent of GDP in the year ended March 31. The government plans to narrow the gap to 3.7 percent, or $70 billion, this year, Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram said Aug. 12.

    India’s slump is worse than elsewhere in Asia because the country has failed to carry out long-overdue structural changes to the economy, said Pan at Kotak Mahindra Bank.

    “In India, we have great policies on paper but the gap between the what’s on paper and the implementation is unduly large,” R.C. Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., the nation’s biggest carmaker by volume, said in an interview. “If we just implement what’s already there, we can get back on track in the next two to three years.”
    Too Optimistic

    Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore Ltd., says the market declines reflect overly ambitious expectations rather than fundamental weakness in the economies.

    “There’s a good structural story based on the underlying domestic demand,” said Jerram, who has analyzed Asian economies for two decades. “What you see at the moment is reaction from expectations being unrealistically positive maybe 12 months ago, to now becoming more realistic.”

    One bright spot is Japan, which has seen its economy bounce back on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s fiscal and monetary stimulus. The Topix stocks index has risen 31 percent this year.

    Abe has yet to show that he can sustain the recovery by restructuring company and labor laws and taming the nation’s debt, which topped 1 quadrillion yen ($10 trillion) in June.

    “Asia still has potential in the next three years or more, but in the shorter term, momentum for business is slowing down,” said Shuichi Hirukawa, senior fund manager at Mizuho Asset Management Co. in Tokyo. “Investors may become more cautious.”
    China Signs

    China’s economy last quarter extended the longest streak of expansion below 8 percent in at least two decades, curbing earnings at companies such as Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. Still, there are signs of improvement. Industrial output rose more than economists estimated in July, after larger-than-forecast rebounds in exports and imports and improvement in gauges of manufacturing and service industries.

    China is making efforts to bolster confidence. Overall liquidity in China is ample as banks channel more funds to agriculture and small businesses in the world’s second-largest economy, People’s Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan said on state broadcaster China Central Television yesterday.

    “Some Asian countries, especially India, have their own significant domestic challenges,” said Jim O’Neill, the former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist who coined the term BRIC in 2001 to describe Brazil, Russia, India and China. “But China is slowing primarily to improve its growth model and at 7-7.5 percent annual growth is still delivering $1 trillion nominal GDP. And Japan, still Asia’s No. 2 economy, is looking better than it has done for a very long time.”
    ‘Very Global’

    The slowdown in economies such as Indonesia and Thailand is part of a “very, very global” weakness, World Bank Chief Economist Kaushik Basu told reporters in New Delhi yesterday.

    The U.S. recovery “was so slow that even the slightest pick up is looking like a pick up,” Basu said. “I don’t think the Asian situation is any worse. In fact, if anything, Asia is probably better off than the rest of the world.”

    That may not help markets in Asia as money continues to flow back to Europe and the U.S., said Oliver at AMP Capital. Norway said today its economy expanded in the second quarter after a contraction in the previous three months. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will release a report on U.S. economic activity for July.

    “Asia will still be a stronger part of the world than the U.S. or Europe but compared to people’s expectations Asia is likely to come in a little bit lower than expected,” he said.

    The IMF in July forecast global growth of 3.1 percent and projected advanced economies would expand 1.2 percent this year.
    Stocks Opportunity

    “We see this drop as an opportunity to buy selectively those stocks that have been overpriced” such as banks and consumer shares, Kiekie Boenawan, Jakarta-based head of investment at PT Schroder Investment Management Indonesia, wrote in an e-mail yesterday.

    Investors will be scanning data from Chinese factories to Malaysian growth this week for further signs of weakness.

    An Aug. 22 flash reading for China on a manufacturing purchasing managers’ index by HSBC Holdings Plc and Markit Economics is expected to come in at 48.2 for August, from 47.7 in July, according to the median economist estimate compiled by Bloomberg. A reading below 50 indicates contraction.

    Malaysia’s central bank on Aug. 21 may post data showing 4.7 percent economic growth in the second quarter from a year earlier, after rising 4.1 percent in the January-March period, its slowest rate since September 2009, according to the median estimate of economists in a Bloomberg survey.
    Brazil’s Real

    Slumping currencies and inflation risks in emerging markets are adding to pressure on central banks to raise interest rates. Brazil increased its benchmark rate this year more than any major economy to prevent higher prices from slowing consumption and investments. The real weakened beyond 2.4 per dollar for the first time in four years yesterday. Indonesia’s rupiah touched 10,728 today, its weakest level since April 2009.

    Higher rates in turn would hit consumers in countries where cheap mortgages and easy credit have fueled housing booms.

    “Southeast Asian consumers have taken on much higher debt in the last few years,” Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc analyst Sanjay Mathur wrote in a July 18 report. He said the largest increase was in Malaysia, where household debt increased by 20 percent of GDP between 2008 and 2012.

    There’s a feeling that “the rest of the world’s getting a bit better and Asean’s had its sort of burst of credit-enhanced growth,” said Edward Teather, an economist at UBS AG who covers Southeast Asian markets from Singapore. “It’s raining already.”

    To contact the reporter on this story: Shamim Adam in Singapore at sadam2@bloomberg.net

    To contact the editor responsible for this story: Stephanie Phang at sphang@bloomberg.net


    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887324108204579021930648403244

    Earnings
    Thai GDP Contracts; Government Cuts 2013 Forecast
    By Nopparat Chaichalearmmongkol and
    Updated Aug. 19, 2013 5:21 a.m. ET

    Economy Sputtered for Second Consecutive Quarter as Consumption and Exports Weakened.

    BANGKOK-Thailand’s economy entered a technical recession in the three months through June as China’s slowing growth and weak demand in the U.S. continued to weigh on exports, adding to signs of woes across Asia.

    Thai gross domestic product, the broadest measure of economic activity, contracted 0.3% on a seasonally adjusted basis from the first quarter. GDP was 1.7% lower in the first three months of 2013 compared with the previous period. A common definition of a recession is two or more consecutive quarters of GDP contraction. The economy grew 2.8% on year, below economists’ expectations of over 3%.

    The planning agency downgraded its full-year growth forecast to between 3.8% and 4.3% from a previous range of 4.2% t0 5.2%. Thailand’s benchmark stock index fell 2% on the data.

    Countries across Asia have been hit by falling exports, dragging on growth and pushing current account balances into the red. At the same time, capital has flowed out of the region amid rising U.S. interest rates as investors anticipate an end to the U.S. Federal Reserve’s massive bond-buying program. That has compound pressures on Asian currencies, making it harder for the region’s central banks to loosen monetary policy to support growth.

    Thai exports fell 1.4% on quarter, driven lower by weak overseas sales to China, Thailand’s largest market, as well as the U.S. and Europe. Private consumption was 1.9% lower on quarter as the government phased out a tax-rebate program. The nation’s current account swung from a $1.3 billion surplus in the first quarter to a $5.1 billion deficit in the second quarter as exports slumped.

    Still, few observers expect the Bank of Thailand, which meets Wednesday, to cut its key rate from 2.5% because of concerns about high household debt and the need to fund a widening current-account deficit.

    Robust private credit growth of over 12% on-year in recent months and high household debt are adding to reasons not to cut rates. Thai household debt now accounts for 80% of GDP, up from 55% at the start of 2009.

    “Maintaining financial stability has become more important, due to increasing household debts and loans,” said Usara Wilaipich, a senior economist at Standard Chartered Bank. “We think the interest rate in the second half of the year will not be lowered.”

    Nations from India to Indonesia are caught in a similar bind. In India, where the economy is slowing to multiyear lows, the central bank recently effectively tightened monetary policy through measures which make it harder for banks to get hold of liquidity.

    India is running a massive current-account deficit because of dropping export growth and a high fuel import bill. Meanwhile, investors have been dumping Indian stocks and bonds, pushing the rupee currency to a record low Monday.

    Malaysia’s economy also appears to be heading toward its first current-account deficit since the late 1990s and investors are concerned about the government’s large stock of public debt.

    Indonesia’s central bank, meanwhile, has come under pressure to raise rates to bring inflation under control, even as growth has slowed to its slowest pace in almost three years.

    Few analysts expect the current clouds over the region to presage a full-blown crisis, like the one that slammed the region in 1997-98. That’s because governments and companies in the region have much lower external debt burdens back then and nations have ample stocks of foreign reserves.

    In Thailand, some analysts highlight low unemployment and firm wage growth as pointing toward a possible pickup in consumption later this year. Others said the government will have to use fiscal spending to help the economy tick over until exports and demand recover, given the monetary policy constraints.

    “There is an urgent need for the government to come up with alternative measures that will sustain economic growth over the longer term,” HSBC said in a research note.

    The government has submitted a bill to Parliament that would authorize the finance ministry to borrow 2 trillion baht over seven years outside of the formal budget to fund infrastructure spending.

    “From now on, economic growth has to be driven by fiscal policy,” Ms. Usara said.

    But the bill looks like getting caught up in political wrangling in the legislature in the short term, clouding the outlook for the economy.

    The possibility the government could later this year cut back the maximum price it pays farmers for rice-a costly subsidy program-is expected to further hurt consumption.

    Write to Nopparat Chaichalearmmongkol at nopparat.chaichalearmmongkol@dowjones.com


    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/19/us-thailand-economy-gdp-idUSBRE97I01R20130819

    Thailand unexpectedly slips into recession in second quarter, central bank still seen on hold
    By Orathai Sriring and Kitiphong Thaichareon
    BANGKOK Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:11am EDT

    A view from a tall building shows traffic moving on highways in Bangkok March 6, 2013.
    Credit: Reuters/Chaiwat Subprasom

    (Reuters) – Thailand’s economy shrank unexpectedly in the second quarter, slipping into a mild recession on weak exports and domestic demand, but worries over high household debt are likely to keep the central bank from cutting interest rates further.

    The 0.3 percent contraction in Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy adds to a series of disappointing data casting a shadow over one of the world’s fastest-growing regions.

    Still, economists said they expect the economy to regain momentum in the second half, reducing pressure on the Bank of Thailand (BOT) to reduce rates. Most expect the benchmark policy rate to remain unchanged for the rest of the year.

    The April-June contraction compares with a revised 1.7 percent decline in economic output in January-March, the data showed on Monday. Most economists surveyed by Reuters had expected growth of 0.2 percent in the latest quarter.

    A recession is typically defined as two consecutive quarters of contraction in gross domestic product (GDP).

    On an annual basis, economic growth in April-June slowed to 2.8 percent, versus 3.3 percent in the poll, and compared with a revised 5.4 percent in January-March.

    “The weaker-than-expected Q2 GDP growth further pressures the Bank of Thailand to cut its policy rate. However, high credit growth and rising household debt narrow the prospect for a lowering of interest rates,” said Bernard Aw with Forecast Pte in Singapore.

    “The status quo on policy is the best way forward, particularly when the central bank sees a pick-up in economic momentum in the second half.”

    After an interest rate cut in May, the Bank of Thailand’s monetary policy committee left the benchmark rate unchanged at 2.50 percent at its July meeting, citing high household debt as a concern.

    The central bank has said current monetary settings are still appropriate for growth. It next meets on August 21.

    Thailand, like other Asian exporters, has been hurt by prolonged weakness in global demand that is weighing on industrial production.

    Domestic consumption – which makes up about half of the economy – also has declined due to the fading impact of government stimulus measures and recovery work after severe flooding in late 2011. Delays in public infrastructure plans have also dragged on investment.

    Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, has also started showing signs of succumbing to the global downturn, growing at its slowest rate for almost three years in the second quarter.

    SOME IMPROVEMENT SEEN

    Other risks in Thailand include a resumption of capital outflows from emerging markets when the U.S. Federal Reserve begins to taper its massive stimulus program, possibly as early as next month, and political tension at home over an amnesty bill for political offences, economists said.

    Also on Monday, the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) cut its forecast for full-year economic expansion to 3.8-4.3 percent from 4.2-5.2 percent seen in May. A Reuters poll projected 4.0 percent growth.

    That’s because of slowing exports, a high base effect, the diminishing impulse from economic stimulus measures and the possibility of a delay in the implementation of public investment plans and the slow recovery of household income, the agency said in a statement.

    It cut its export growth forecast to 5.0 percent from 7.6 percent, reflecting weakness abroad.

    The baht was little changed at 31.30 per dollar after the data, while the stock market .SETI fell 1.8 percent.

    However, the NESDB and private economists expected some improvement in coming months. The economy expanded 4.1 percent in the first half from a year before.

    “The Thai economy in the second half of the year is likely to improve from the first half,” citing the acceleration of the global economic recovery. It added growth of 4.3 percent for 2013 was possible if budget disbursements could be accelerated and exports rebounded.

    Usara Wilaipich, a senior economist at Standard Chartered bank, said: “Looking forward, moderate growth is likely to extend into the second half of 2013,”

    “Despite lower downside risks in the U.S., slowing demand from China and Asian economies will continue to drag on Thailand’s exports. Meanwhile, domestic demand is expected to grow moderately, given higher household debt and rekindled political risk. We maintain our long-held GDP forecast for 2013 at 4.0 percent.”

    In the second quarter, export value totaled $55.6 billion, a 1.9 percent contraction from a year earlier, compared with 4.5 percent growth in the first quarter. That was due to weakness globally and the appreciation of the baht.

    Private consumption grew 2.4 percent from a year before, against 4.4 percent growth in January-March. Private investment rose 1.9 percent on the year, compared with 2.9 percent on the quarter.

    (Editing by Kim Coghill)


    http://www.forbes.com/sites/merrillmatthews/2013/04/17/seven-reasons-the-economy-could-be-headed-into-recession/

    Seven Reasons The Economy Could Be Headed Into Recession
    Merrill Matthews, Contributor
    4/17/2013 @ 12:51PM

    The U.S. economy-President Obama’s economy-is sending decidedly mixed signals. While some economic indicators are picking up, many others are headed south-which means there’s a good chance the economy could slip into recession again soon. Just consider some of the negative warning signs:

    1. Stunted Economic Growth: The best antidote against a recession is robust economic growth. And despite the fact that the public was assured that every stimulus and spending bill pushed by the White House would jumpstart economic growth, it hasn’t happened. Since the end of the recession in June 2009: the economy grew 2.4 percent in 2010, 1.8 percent in 2011, and 2.2 percent in 2012, with the fourth quarter sinking to a mere 0.4 percent.

    Not only is the economy underperforming the 3.4 percent average annual post-war growth rate, it is substantially underperforming the 5 to 6 percent growth rate we usually see after a recession.

    2. Vanishing Jobs: The 88,000 new jobs created in March was very anemic-though follow-up estimates could raise or lower that number.

    Some people were encouraged that the unemployment rate fell from 7.7 percent to 7.6 percent. But that number is deceptive, both because it too is preliminary and because to be defined as unemployed, someone has to be actively looking for work-and millions of Americans have given up the search.

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the labor force declined by 496,000 in March. That’s half a million people who just quit looking for a job in one month, and the large majority were minorities-148,000 leaving the workforce in March were black and 282,000 were Hispanic. That worker exodus has left us with one of the lowest worker participation rates in decades-a troubling fact since workers stimulate economic growth.

    3. Home Foreclosures Are Back: While there has been a lot of upbeat talk about the growing number of housing starts, there has been less discussion about a rise in Federal Housing Authority (FHA) foreclosures.

    As Wharton School Professor Joseph Gyourko points out in a new paper from the American Enterprise Institute, “In contrast to housing market trends as a whole, FHA’s share of loans in serious delinquency has risen by 6 percent since 2011.” Gyourko’s key point is that unemployment (see No. 2 above) is a major determiner of home foreclosures, which are on the rise.

    4. Consumer Non-Confidence: Consumer confidence took a sharp drop in April to a nine-month low, according to the Thompson Reuters/University of Michigan preliminary index. It’s an important indicator because when consumers lose confidence in the economy, they are less likely to spend and invest-or look for a job (see No. 2 again).

    5. China’s Sinking: But at least China’s strong economy might bail us out, right? No, China’s economy is slowing, from 7.9 percent in Q4 of 2012 to 7.7 percent in Q1 of 2013-still a good number, to be sure, but much lower than its average 10 percent growth over the last three decades.

    6. Europe’s Sunk: And don’t expect any lift from the European Union. As ABC News pointed out in February, the EU’s GDP shrank 0.6 percent last year, and the EU has suggested it will shrink by 0.3 percent this year. But that’s only if France can contain its downturn since socialist President François Holland took control. And, of course, there’s still the financial challenges stemming from Greece, Cyprus, Spain and Portugal, to name a few. A weak EU economy means a weaker U.S. economy.

    7. Obama’s Big Tax-and-Spend Assault: And one of the strongest reasons to think the U.S could be entering a recession is Obama’s continued economic assault on the economy, as revealed in his most recent budget.

    The president has pushed through a flood of new taxes, mandated spending and regulations on businesses and individuals-just as Franklin D. Roosevelt did. In his first term Roosevelt passed a new entitlement, Social Security; Obama has his ObamaCare. Roosevelt created the welfare state, which has grown dramatically under Obama. Roosevelt raised taxes and made a “wealth tax” a key plank in his 1936 campaign, which he succeeded in getting passed; ditto Obama. And both of them managed to impose a wide range of new taxes and regulations across the economy.

    The result is that FDR got what’s called the “Roosevelt recession” in 1937; and we may see the Obama recession in 2013.

    But as I mentioned, the signals are decidedly mixed, and there’s reason to be optimistic. Housing starts and the stock market are up, though that may be a result of the Federal Reserve Bank’s easy-money policy.

    Importantly, the energy boom that is taking place in a number of states-a boom that Obama keeps trying to take credit for even though his administration has done so much to stifle it-could keep the economy afloat. It’s providing cheap energy to help manufacturers keep prices down, and it’s reducing our need for imported energy.

    Whether the good signs will outweigh the bad is impossible to tell. And a lot depends on whether Republicans can stop the even bigger tax-and-spend proposals in the Obama budget proposal. But recessions don’t just happen; they are the result of bad economic policies-and Washington has made plenty of them.

    Merrill Matthews is a resident scholar at the Institute for Policy Innovation in Dallas, Texas. Follow at http://twitter.com/MerrillMatthews


    http://www.workers.org/articles/2013/09/19/economic-contraction-military-expansion/

    Economic contraction and military expansion
    By Sam Marcy on September 19, 2013

    This essay is reprinted from the pamphlet “Reindustrialization: The Menace Behind the Promise,” written by Workers World Party founder Sam Marcy in 1980. Although written more than three ­decades ago, it describes the economic processes and contradictions behind the decline of U.S. imperialism’s world position, which is even more evident today. In the intervening years, Wall Street enjoyed a temporary boost because of the collapse of the socialist bloc headed by the USSR, which opened up vast new markets to the firms on Wall Street. Today, however, the drive toward war in order to stave off a recurrence of the 2008 crash is more dangerous than ever.

    At a time of deepening economic crisis, many of the bourgeois ideologists and particularly their economists have increasingly turned their research to analyzing the nature and profound implications of the great economic crisis that began with the stock market crisis of 1929.

    A recurring thought which continues to haunt many in the ruling class is the possibility that, notwithstanding current predictions, there may yet occur an economic catastrophe of the dimensions of the 1929 debacle.

    One of those professors who concerns himself with the 1929 economic crisis is Charles P. Kindleberger. In his book, “The World in Depression, 1929-1939,” he presents the thesis that “The world depression of 1929 was so widespread, so deep, and so prolonged, not because of the deep disturbances to the monetary system but because the monetary system itself was basically unstable” and therefore broke down.

    According to Kindleberger, when the economic leadership of Britain eroded after World War I and the U.S. failed to take it over, the monetary system collapsed of its own weight.

    Monetary instability not cause of collapse

    Kindleberger’s thesis is not a new approach. Many bourgeois economists have dealt extensively with the monetary crisis of the early 1930s and in one way or another they attribute the crisis either to mismanagement or accidental factors.

    It was not, of course, the instability or imperfections of the capitalist monetary system that were the cause of the great economic collapse. The cause of the crisis, as has been the case ever since the first worldwide capitalist crisis of 1825, was capitalist overproduction. The recurring monetary crises, which have become so pervasive in the imperialist epoch, are the effects of capitalist overproduction, not the cause.

    Nevertheless, Kindleberger does point up a very important aspect of the world capitalist economy during that entire period which has relevance today, particularly as it affects the U.S. It is clear from his book, although he does not precisely say so, that it was not just the economic leadership of Britain that had become eroded. The significant fact that emerges from the entire era of the 1930s was that Britain, notwithstanding its victorious position after World War I, had lost considerable ground in the economic basis for its military, diplomatic and political leadership on a world scale.

    Economic base eroded

    The British Empire, as it stood during the economic crisis – militarily, diplomatically and politically – no longer had the formidable economic base to sustain its world imperialist leadership. The financial and economic cost of maintaining such leadership was far out of proportion with the returns required for a thriving imperialist exploiter.

    Already, in the 1920s, the British financial and industrial aristocracy was faced with the looming prospect of the loss of “our India,” as the U.S. was later forced to face the prospect of losing “our China.” The financial and economic responsibilities that British imperialism had toward the battered capitalist states of Europe, as well as its far-flung empire, put increasing strains on its obsolescent coal and metal industries, as well as its transport industry, including even the shipping industry.

    Britain did not “surrender” its economic leadership to the U.S., as Kindleberger maintains. The U.S. conquered British markets by economic warfare, particularly in Latin America and parts of Asia. All of this was told at the time in an illuminating book with the expressive title “America Conquers Britain” by Ludwell Denny.

    Britain lost its world leadership because it could not economically compete with the U.S., notwithstanding that its navy was second to none and that its worldwide empire was still juridically and militarily under its control.

    The worldwide revolutionary upsurge of the national liberation struggles, already fully in view in China, India and Indonesia, made it clear that military expansion by the British imperialists while their economic base was narrowing, both at home and abroad, created an impossible situation for Britain. An explosion, a collapse, was inevitable.

    Fallback position for British capital

    There was, however, a silver lining in this darker picture for British finance capital and for the imperialists as a whole. There was a fallback position for Britain that prevented the kind of explosion that could have ended only in a revolutionary conflagration and turned Britain into a genuine socialist republic.

    While American finance capital took over many of the markets of Britain and generally strengthened its position in relation to all of Western Europe and Japan, at the same time it secured the continued existence of Britain as a formidable imperialist power. In addition, it became the guarantor of the vital interests of Britain – as against other imperialist rivals such as Germany, as well as Japan – and a general bulwark of world political reaction.

    Thus the acute contradiction arising from the profound divergence between Britain’s shrinking economic base and its ever-growing financial, diplomatic and military commitments found a fallback position in the none-too-gentle embrace of U.S. finance capital, with its great military potential.

    But how is it with the U.S. today?

    There are some striking similarities between the British position of the 1930s and the U.S. position today. Like Britain, only more, the U.S. is in the grip of a profound geopolitical contradiction, one that becomes clearer with each passing day.

    Basic contradiction

    On the one hand, the U.S. is in the midst of a steadily expanding military buildup of unprecedented and virtually unimaginable proportions. On the other hand, the economic basis for sustaining such an unbridled military posture has been slowly but surely eroding.

    The current economic crisis will surely accelerate and continue the erosion. The malady, however, goes much deeper than the current crisis, nor did it spring into existence with the pronouncement of the Carter Doctrine.

    Unlike Britain in the 1930s, the U.S. has no fallback position, a fact which both the political and economic planners at the summits of the capitalist establishment cannot but be deeply aware.

    A few years after World War II, the U.S. was the economic and military leader of world imperialism. It was the unquestioned dominant power in world affairs and had attained virtually supreme political and military hegemony over the bourgeois world and over the dependent, underdeveloped countries and oppressed peoples in the orbit of the world imperialist system.

    At that time, in the early 1950s, the U.S. was responsible for more than 50 percent of the world’s gross production. At the beginning of the 1960s, the U.S. share of the world’s gross production had diminished to somewhere in the neighborhood of 35 percent. Today, according to the best estimates, it is between 25 and 27 percent. [As of 2013, it has declined to about 22 percent.]

    Weakened geopolitical position

    Were the gross national product of the U.S. produced for human use and not for profit, it would be more than sufficient to satisfy the great needs of the population of the U.S. and then some.

    But production for purposes of capitalist profit, which entails competition for capitalist markets and sources of raw materials, poses an entirely different set of circumstances and inevitably brings into play the geopolitical position of the U.S. From that point of view the relative position of the U.S. as a world power becomes tremendously weakened.

    It means, for instance, that in the event of any serious military struggle, the adversary, whether it be the imperialist rivals or the socialist countries, may have access to a portion of three-quarters of the world’s total production.

    Just as significantly, the U.S.’s relative share of the world’s gross product will continue to decline as the productive forces in the rest of the world must inevitably continue to expand relative to the U.S. position. In a world socialist cooperative commonwealth, on the other hand, the share of U.S. production, even though on a relatively diminishing scale, would be of tremendous importance because of the U.S.’s highly sophisticated technology and its capacity for mass production.

    Beginning of general decline

    World War II enabled the U.S. to exercise its economic, political and military hegemony over the bourgeois world. From the end of the war until the final defeat of the U.S. during the Vietnam War, the U.S. capitalist economy experienced a general economic upsurge, notwithstanding several capitalist recessions which were of generally short duration.

    A significant aspect of the economic cycles was that each peak of the economic cycle was lower than the preceding ones – a symptom of the beginning of general decline and erosion of the U.S. economic base.

    The U.S. military buildup began around 1946, when the military-industrial complex was fully validated by government decree in the form of a memorandum from Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower in April 1946 when he was Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army. [See “Generals Over the White House” by Sam Marcy, available at workers.org.]

    The military buildup that was in full swing in the 1950s and continued without any pause in tempo until the end of the Vietnam War occurred therefore during a period of general economic upsurge, notwithstanding several significant recessions. The buildup also occurred while U.S. imperialism retained most of its markets under its military umbrella.

    How markedly different is the situation today!

    The military buildup continues after the U.S. has lost its dominant position in Asia and has been severely restricted and is under heavy pressure in all of Latin America. Its position in Europe has become politically and economically weakened. In the Middle East it is most vulnerable to revolutionary attack from the oppressed people. Thus, while military expansion continues, the U.S. economic base continues to deteriorate and contract.

    The sources for the extraction of surplus value on a world scale have been narrowed and encumbered by revolutionary pressure of a most intense character from the oppressed peoples and underdeveloped countries.

    Finally, like Britain, the basic industries of the U.S. are in decline, in a state of decadence, and under fierce competitive attack by the very allies which the U.S. government did so much to cultivate and resuscitate following World War II.

    Even the most superficial observers of the state of the U.S. world position cannot but be struck by the increasing divergence between two organic tendencies which are a product of monopoly capitalism.

    On the one hand, there is the evident economic contraction of both the domestic and world economic base of U.S. imperialism. On the other hand, there is the continuing and relentless drive for military expansion. Both of these tendencies grow organically from the body politic of the capitalist class structure of exploitation and oppression.

    The continued existence, side by side, of these two tendencies as though they were independent of each other is absolutely incompatible and of necessity leads to a catastrophe. There is no imperialist fallback position for U.S. capitalism.

    There is, however, a socialist solution to the catastrophic sharpening of this acute imperialist contradiction.

    • June 17, 1980

    http://www.workers.org/articles/2012/08/18/no-light-at-end-of-economic-tunnel/

    No light at end of economic tunnel
    By Gene Clancy on August 18, 2012

    Numerous politicians and economists, from all across the political spectrum, have decried the “slow rate of recovery” of the U.S. economy since the financial meltdown and great recession of 2007-08. The usual story, most often coming from the Democratic Party, is that while the “recovery” is too slow, there, nevertheless, is “light at the end of the tunnel.”

    The Republican position is about the same, except that they assert that there can be no “light at the end of the tunnel” unless President Barack Obama is defeated.

    None of the mainstream candidates question whether the capitalist economy is, in fact, undergoing a recovery at all. And none dare even whisper that government policies, as proposed by either the liberals or conservatives, have no chance of changing the direction that the economy will take.

    One of the most recent commentators to join the fray is Catherine Rampell, an economics reporter for the New York Times, who writes that the current recovery, while very slow, is not the worst. Looking back at past periods of expansion following several post World War II recessions, she claims that “on almost every measure I looked at, there was at least one (completed) recovery that performed worse.” (New York Times, Aug. 10)

    Rampell’s analysis is accompanied by a colorful chart that compares the present with past post-recession periods on the basis of a number of economic indicators.

    Although her evidence actually undermines her thesis, Rampell assumes that there is some kind of recovery going on presently.

    She states, for example: “Usually, payrolls grow 15 percent from trough to peak over the course of a business cycle. So far in this recovery, they have grown only 2 percent.” Or, “The only major metric I looked at wherein today’s recovery outperformed the average expansion of the previous 60 years was corporate profits.”

    Given that corporate profits rose by 45 percent compared to a 2 percent rise in payrolls (Rampell’s figures), it is difficult to see how there is any sort of “light at the end of the tunnel” unless it be the light of an approaching train!

    Like most mainstream pundits, reporter Rampell, while mentioning the Great Depression, does not include it in her analysis. But she should! The fact is that conditions today are different than those in the recent past.

    Marxist economics writer, Fred Goldstein, has written that far from being in a recovery, we actually “are at the early stages in the development of the present crisis.” (Introduction to “Capitalism at a Dead End,” 2012, which can be read at workers.org)

    Comparing the current crisis, not to the post WWII recessions, but to the deeper and more significant Long Depression of 1873, and the Great Depression of the 1930’s, he concludes that “the capitalist system, as in those two previous great crises, cannot restart itself despite all the efforts of central banks and capitalist governments.”


    http://www.workers.org/articles/2012/08/10/three-crises-of-the-capitalist-system-1873-1929-and-2007/

    Three crises of the capitalist system: 1873, 1929 and 2007
    By Fred Goldstein on August 10, 2012

    New introduction to ‘Capitalism at a Dead End’

    Capitalism, the system of production for profit, has reached a dead end. The plague of mass unemployment, underemployment, low wages, destruction of benefits, social service cutbacks, and mounting poverty is overcoming the system and bringing unrelieved disaster to the multinational working class and the oppressed peoples of the world. In addition to the threat to the working class, the life-sustaining character of the environment of the planet is in dire danger.

    An entire generation of workers is facing a dismal future. For a growing majority, capitalism has in store only unemployment, marginal work and unskilled, low-paid jobs as the system incorporates more and more skills into software and machinery. Technology and the world-wide wage competition orchestrated by the employers continue to drive wages down.

    Among the most poisonous political and social consequences of the crisis are the intensification of racism, the growth of the prison-industrial complex, the rise in the persecution of immigrants and undocumented workers, and the war on women and lesbian, gay, bi and trans people. The ruling class seeks all means to sow division among the masses in order to divert attention from the failure of the economic system and the growth of obscene inequality.

    These are the ultimate and inevitable consequences of the laws of capitalist development, which are what drive the evolution of the profit system. Capitalism has now entered a new stage in which low growth, stagnation and acute crises are the “new normal.” The historic cycle of boom and bust – when the economy, after crashing periodically, rose again and reached new heights – is over.

    Capitalism has generated dozens of periodic cyclical crises since at least 1825, when the first real international crisis of overproduction swept the globe. But the present crisis goes far beyond the normal cyclical crises.

    Whatever the ups and downs, nothing can lift the system out of this long-term dead end – not trillions of dollars in bank and corporate bailouts, not trillions in military spending for limited wars and interventions, not any band-aid “stimulus” packages.

    This book deals exclusively with the present crisis in the U.S., but this is not the first time that capitalism has reached such an impasse. At least twice before it reached a similar dead end, where it could no longer grow; it could only drag society backward toward an abyss.

    In fact, the economic crisis that began with the collapse of the housing market in December 2007 resembles the two previous great crises: the crisis of 1873-1896, sometimes called the Long Depression, and the crisis of 1929-1939, or the Great Depression.

    The Long Depression was global and in the U.S. was actually a series of severe downturns. The initial downturn began with the economic collapse of a gigantic railroad bubble and lasted from 1873 to 1877. It led to the longest economic contraction in U.S. history, either before or since, lasting 65 consecutive months. A brief recovery was followed by another collapse in the 1880s. The final and most drastic downturn of the period began with the collapse of a second widespread railroad and land speculation bubble.

    This crisis lasted nearly until the turn of the century. There was double-digit unemployment and furious class struggle throughout the period – from the railroad strike of 1877 to miners’ strikes in the Pennsylvania coal fields, the Haymarket struggle in 1886 for the eight-hour day, the Homestead steel strike of 1892 and the Pullman railroad strike of 1894. In many of these class battles, workers used armed self-defense against the scab armies of the bosses.

    The Great Depression is said to have begun in 1929 with the collapse of a gigantic stock market bubble. However, it was preceded by the collapse of a wild land speculation bubble, which fueled the stock market collapse. That in turn led to massive banking failures and finally a full-scale economic collapse. By 1931 there was 25 percent unemployment in the U.S. A brief economic upturn from 1934 to 1937 was followed by another collapse, which lasted until 1939.

    Unemployment was 17 percent at the end of this period and never went below double digits, even during the brief upturn. There were unemployment and hunger marches and municipal general strikes in San Francisco, Toledo and Minneapolis in 1934. From 1935 on there were hundreds of plant occupations across the country, including the legendary, victorious Flint sit-down strike which brought unionization to General Motors. This was a developing pre-revolutionary period.

    There are many differences between the crisis toward the end of the 19th century and the one of the 1930s. But there are several important and fundamental similarities, which have great bearing on understanding the current crisis.

    In both crises, the automatic functioning of the capitalist market, the normal boom and bust cycle of capitalist development, ran out of steam. Capitalism reached a point where nothing of an economic nature could by itself get the system moving forward and upward any longer. Capitalism was mired in economic paralysis; mass unemployment was overwhelming the system.

    Both crises were preceded by long periods of enormous growth of the productive forces, great strides in technology, and major increases in the productivity of labor.

    From the middle to the end of the 19th century, the application of science to industrial processes and communications resulted in what is often referred to as the second industrial revolution. There were major improvements in steel production and chemical processes, the widespread use of the internal combustion engine, the development of petroleum drilling, the telegraph and many other advances. These technological developments brought about great leaps in the growth of the productive forces – including the massive development of the railroads.

    These leaps forward in science and industry were accompanied by decimation of the Native people and the seizure of their lands, forcing captured African people into chattel slavery that took on a modified form called share-cropping after the Civil War, the annexation of one-half of Mexico and the importation of Chinese labor. All this laid the basis for land grabbing and made possible the building of a transcontinental railroad system, mining and timber empires, and the meteoric growth of U.S. capitalism in the post-Civil War period.

    Similarly, in the period from the turn of the 20th century up until the 1929 crash, capitalism took another technological leap forward into the era of mass production. It was the period known for the rise of “Fordism,” i.e., the assembly line, plus so-called “scientific” time-study management – actually, scientific speedup. Economic growth was fed by the mass production of automobiles, new road-building technology, the electrification of manufacturing, the spread of electricity to households, the telephone, the mass production of radios and household appliances, among other things.

    Once again, as in the 19th century, the productivity of labor increased exponentially. And once again, consumption could not keep pace with production. Shortly before the economic collapse, production began to decline and profits shrank. The Depression followed.

    How did these depressions end?

    The Long Depression that had begun in 1873 ended only with the plunge of the U.S. capitalist class into imperialism. The productive forces and the profit system had outgrown the narrow framework of the capitalist nation state. Unemployment in the U.S. declined only with the so-called Spanish-American War of 1898, which brought the U.S. conquest of the Philippines, Cuba and Puerto Rico and the push into Asia and Latin America. This same bloody process was what drove the European capitalists’ “scramble for Africa” in the 1880s.

    Likewise, the Great Depression ended only with the build-up for World War II and the war itself, when industry was converted to war production. In the post-war period, the massive means of production, infrastructure and housing destroyed during the war had to be rebuilt.

    The present crisis, which began in December 2007, grew out of the same conditions that preceded the two previous crises: phenomenal growth of the productive forces and an enormous increase in the productivity of labor, this time seen most sharply in the rise of the scientific-technological revolution and the digital age.

    As in the previous crises, the system has been overcome by capitalist overproduction. Auto, housing, steel and other industries central to capitalism and to employment are shrinking. Industry is contracting because the markets cannot absorb the enormous output. Wages are falling everywhere. Inequality is at unspeakable levels.

    While we are at the early stages in the development of the present crisis, the capitalist system, as in the two previous great crises, cannot restart itself despite all the efforts of central banks and capitalist governments.

    Even when there is a slight economic upturn, mass unemployment does not recede and in most cases continues to grow. The rise of the “jobless recovery” is a characteristic of the present crisis of capitalism at a dead end.

    Because of the extraordinary development of the globalization of production, commerce and banking and finance, the present crisis is being played out on a far wider stage than the previous crises.

    The Long Depression and the Great Depression signified that capitalism had outgrown the nation state. They led to the age of imperialism, inter-imperialist rivalry and war. Indeed, the rise of imperialism signified that capitalism had entered into a phase of general crisis, a crisis from which it has never really emerged. The present crisis indicates that capitalism has outgrown the planet itself. Furthermore, it is a threat to sustaining human life on the planet.

    As this crisis deepens and becomes more prolonged, just as in the previous crises, the ruling class is escalating its military intervention and aggravating global military tensions. It is expanding its arsenal of destruction. As of the end of July 2012, Washington and NATO are trying to topple the government of Syria, having destroyed the government of Libya. The threat of war against Iran rises steadily over time. The military “rebalancing” in the Pacific and closer military coordination with the Japanese imperialists is a menace to China. And military tensions with Russia have been deliberately stoked with the construction of missile defense systems.

    But the options for capitalism that were used to revive the system in previous crises have narrowed. Imperialist expansion once brought a softening of the class struggle at home as the bosses used some of the super-profits to make concessions to an upper layer of the workers in order to keep class peace. Now, in the age of globalized production, global wage competition means spreading low-wage jobs around the world. This has been enabled by the scientific-technological revolution. Class tensions are increasing in the U.S., Europe and Japan. The era of concessions has been replaced by the era of givebacks.[1]

    The military machine is already vastly developed and is high-tech. As such, the option of military mobilization as an economic stimulus to pump up the economy has greatly diminished. In addition, the trillions of dollars in capitalist state intervention have failed to revive the system.

    As the ruling class runs out of options and moves in the direction of military adventure and political reaction, its traditional measures of recovery can no longer reverse the crisis. Thus the situation is historically favorable to the intervention of the working class and the oppressed to resolve the crisis on a revolutionary basis.

    The profit system is entering a stage at which it can only drag humanity backward. The masses of people will come to a point where they cannot go on in the old way because capitalism is blocking all roads to survival. This is the point at which humanity can only move forward by clearing the road to survival, which means nothing less than the destruction of capitalism itself.

    [1] This thesis was fully developed by this author in “Low-Wage Capitalism,” World View Forum, New York, 2008, available from Amazon.com and
    barnesandnoble.com.


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 12:34 PM on 2013/11/08 Permalink  

    The wrongdoings of installers of Intuit QuickBooks

    by S3ra Sutan Rajo Ali
    Jakarta, 12:34 PM 2013-11-08

    The culprit starts with “msxml.msi”, or identified as “32 MSXML4sp2parser.msi” aka “MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK”.

    The file is an installation database signed by Microsoft on Wednesday, 23 April 2003 23:42:20 PM.

    MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK
    “MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK.jpg”

    If you have already installed the file previously, the updated or the older one, you MUST remove it at once. Otherwise, your installation shall fail just like the screen captured picture below.

    msi err1603
    “msi err1603.jpg”

    The installer will shout:
    1. “ERROR Installing”
    2. MSI returned 1603: Fatal error during installation, which makes:
    3. The “cancellation” operation completed successfully.

    WTF.

    Solution:
    1. Remove the already installed “MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK”.
    2. Reinstall “MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK” with the one supplied with the installers package.


    Checking on “support.quickbooks.intuit.com”, they say:
    1. System requirements for QuickBooks 2013 and Enterprise Solutions 13.0.
    2. System requirements for QuickBooks 2012 and Enterprise Solutions 12.0
    3. System requirements for QuickBooks 2010 and Enterprise Solutions 10


    System requirements for QuickBooks 2010 include the following:
    * Operating systems supported
    * Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP: QuickBooks Simple Start / Pro / Premier minimum requirements
    * Windows XP: QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions minimum requirements
    * Windows 7 and Windows Vista: QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions minimum requirements
    * RAM requirements for Microsoft Terminal Services
    * Software compatibility
    * Firewall and antivirus software compatibility

    Operating systems supported
    To run QuickBooks 2010 or QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 10:
    * Windows 7, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    * Windows Vista, all editions including 64-bit if SP2 or later installed, or Windows Vista with UAC, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    * Windows XP (SP2 or later strongly recommended), all editions including 64-bit if SP2 or later installed, natively installed
    * Windows Server 2003 or 2008 Standard, Small Business and Enterprise editions including 64-bit, natively installed

    For database servers:
    * Windows: Natively installed Windows 7, Vista, XP Professional; Windows Server 2003 or 2008.
    Note: Windows Home Server Edition is not supported.
    * Linux: The following natively installed versions are supported when using an Enterprise Solutions database server only installation.
    o Red Hat Fedora Core 11.0
    o OpenSUSE 11.0
    o Fedora 6, 7, 8, 10.1
    o CentOS 5
    o Debian (Lenny)
    o Mandriva
    o Ubuntu 6.06, 7.04, 7.10, 8.04
    For file servers:
    Novell Netware server or Linux / Samba file servers can be used with advanced configuration. Performance will be impacted on networks running less than 100 Mbps.
    Windows 7, Vista, or XP: QuickBooks Simple Start, Pro, Premier minimum requirements (client and server)
    * At least 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 processor; 2.4 GHz recommended.
    * At least 512 MB RAM for a single user; 1 GB recommended.
    * At least 1 GB of RAM for multiple, concurrent users.
    * 1.5 GB of disk space (additional space required for data files).
    * 4x CD-ROM drive required for CD installs.
    * Display optimized for 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher. 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher is required.
    * U.S. version of Windows only.
    * Regional Settings are supported when set to English (United States) with keyboard setting to US only.
    * Natively installed
    * Disk space requirements for additional software:
    o 232 MB for Microsoft .NET 3.5 Runtime, provided on the QuickBooks CD.
    o Google Desktop Search (in-product search) space requirements are determined by the size of the company file and the nature of use. It is not unusual for indices to be as large as 1 GB.

    Windows XP: QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions minimum requirements (client and server)
    * At least 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 processor.
    * At least 512 MB RAM for a client.
    * 1 GB RAM or more strongly recommended for a server.
    * 1.5 GB of disk space (additional space required for data files).
    * 4x CD-ROM drive required for CD installs.
    * Display optimized for 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher. 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher.
    * U.S. version of Windows only.
    * Regional Settings are supported when set to English (United States) with keyboard setting to US only.
    * Natively installed
    * Disk space requirements for additional software:
    o 232 MB for Microsoft .NET 3.5 Runtime, provided on the QuickBooks CD.
    o Google Desktop Search (in-product search) space requirements are determined by the size of the company file and the nature of usage. It is not unusual for indices to be as large as 1 GB.
    * Minimum network requirements:
    o 100 Mbps network card.
    o 100 Mbps switch or router.
    o 40 Mbps network bandwidth.

    Windows 7 or Vista: QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions minimum requirements (client and server)
    * At least 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 processor
    * At least 1 GB RAM for a client
    * 1 GB RAM or more strongly recommended for a server
    * 1.5 GB of disk space (additional space required for data files)
    * 4x CD-ROM drive required for CD installs
    * Display optimized for 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher. 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher required
    * US version of Windows only.
    * Regional Settings are supported when set to English (United States) with keyboard setting to US only.
    * Natively installed
    * Disk space requirements for additional software:
    o 232 MB for Microsoft .NET 3.5 Runtime, provided on the QuickBooks CD.
    o Google Desktop Search (in-product search) space requirements are determined by the size of the company file and the nature of usage. It is not unusual for indices to be as large as 1 GB.
    * Minimum network requirements:
    o 100 Mbps network card
    o 100 Mbps switch or router
    o 40 Mbps network bandwidth

    RAM requirements for Microsoft Terminal Services

    Important: Terminal services is only supported with QuickBooks Enterprise.
    * 5 users: 2-3 GB
    * 10 users: 3-4 GB
    * 15 users: 4-6 GB
    * 20 users: 6-8 GB
    Note: Depending on things such as your computer and network setup, QuickBooks data file size, network speed, and other variables, you may require more than the minimum stated in this article in order for QuickBooks to run smoothly. If you encounter problems, particularly slowness, when using QuickBooks, please speak with an IT professional to see if there is anything else that can be done with your computer environment to improve performance.

    Software compatibility
    QuickBooks is capable of integrating with hundreds of third-party applications. In addition to the following standard integrations provided with QuickBooks (additional RAM will enhance the use of these features), see QuickBooks Solutions Marketplace for the most up-to-date list:
    QuickBooks 2010 and QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 10 are compatible with:
    * Microsoft Office
    o Preparing letters requires Microsoft Word 2002, 2003 or 2007.
    o Exporting reports requires Microsoft Excel 2002, 2003 or 2007.
    o Contact Synchronization with Microsoft Outlook requires Outlook 2002, 2003, or 2007.
    o Synchronization with Outlook requires QuickBooks Contact Sync for Outlook (the download is available at no charge).
    Note: Contact Sync does not work with the Microsoft Business Contact Manager Outlook plug-in. If a sync is performed, duplicate records could result.
    * QuickBooks Customer Manager v2.0 and later.
    * QuickBooks Client Manager v2.0 and later.
    * QuickBooks Point of Sale v4.0 and later.
    * Adobe Acrobat Reader: Business Planner functionality, viewing forms, and emailing forms requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later.
    * Payroll and other online features and services: Requires Internet access with at least a 56 Kbps connection speed (DSL or cable modem recommended).

    Firewall and antivirus software compatibility
    QuickBooks 2010 has been tested with the following firewall and antivirus products. In some cases, it may be necessary to adjust settings in these products to ensure the best possible performance with QuickBooks.
    * Windows 7 Firewall (all editions)
    * Windows Vista Firewall (all editions)
    * Windows XP Firewall (all editions)
    * Symantec Norton AntiVirus, Internet Security, Norton 360
    * McAfee VirusScan Plus, Internet Security, Total Protection
    * Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security
    * ZoneAlarm

    Note: QuickBooks will work with systems running RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) but it is not recommended due to performance issues resulting in QuickBooks operating slowly.


    System requirements for QuickBooks 2012 and Enterprise Solutions 12.0

    Operating systems supported
    * Windows 7, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    * Windows Vista (SP2 or later), all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    * Windows XP (SP3 or later), all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    * Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Small Business Server 2008, Small Business Server 2011, and Windows Server 2003, including 64-bit, natively installed

    Database Servers:
    * Windows: natively installed Windows 7 or Vista with UAC on, XP (SP2 or later), Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 – Terminal Server Config., Small Business Server 2008, Small Business Server 2011
    Note: Windows Home Server Edition is not supported.

    Hardware and operating system requirements (client and server)
    * Client:
    o 2.0 GHz processor, 2.4 GHz recommended
    o 1 GB RAM for single user, 2 GB RAM recommended for multiple users
    * Server:
    o 2.0 GHz processor (1.2 GHz for Linux), 2.4 GHz recommended (2.0 GHz for Linux)
    o 1 GB RAM, 2 GB RAM recommended – Server
    * 4x CD-ROM drive required for CD installations
    * All online services and subscription based features (such as Advanced Inventory) require Internet access
    * Minimum 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher; 16-bit color or higher
    * Windows:
    o U.S. version of Windows only.
    o Regional Settings are supported when set to English (United States) with keyboard setting to U.S. only
    o natively installed
    * Minimum network requirements:
    o 100 Mbps network card
    o 100 Mbps switch or router
    o 40 Mbps network bandwidth
    * Disk space (client and server):
    o 2.5 GB of disk space (additional space required for data files)
    o Additional software: 250 MB for Microsoft .NET 4 Runtime, provided on the QuickBooks CD
    o Additional requirements for Intuit Data Protect in QuickBooks Connected Services offerings
    + Require minimum 2.0 GB Ram
    + Twice the size of the largest File set to back up + 100MB or twice the size to restore. The space is only required from the work folder LocalApplicationData+”Intuit\Intuit Data Protect”

    RAM requirements for Microsoft Terminal Services

    Important: Terminal services is only supported with QuickBooks Enterprise.
    o 5 users: 2-3 GB
    o 10 users: 3-4 GB
    o 15 users: 4-6 GB
    o 20 users: 6-8 GB

    Software compatibility
    QuickBooks is capable of integrating with hundreds of third-party applications. The following integrations are provided with QuickBooks; additional RAM will enhance the use of these features. See Intuit Marketplace for the most up-to-date list.
    o Microsoft Office:
    + Office 2010 (including Outlook 2010) both on 32 and 64 bit.
    + Preparing letters requires Microsoft Word 2010, 2007, or 2003.
    + Exporting reports requires Microsoft Excel 2010, 2007, or 2003.
    + Contact Synchronization with Microsoft Outlook requires Outlook 2007, 2003, or 2002.
    + Synchronization with Outlook requires QuickBooks Contact Sync for Outlook (the download is available at no charge).
    Contact Sync does not work with the Microsoft Business Contact Manager Outlook plug-in. If a sync is performed, duplicate records could result
    o QuickBooks Point of Sale v7.0 and later.
    o Adobe Acrobat Reader: Business Planner functionality and viewing forms requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later.
    o Payroll and other online features and services requires Internet access with at least a 56 Kbps connection speed (DSL or cable modem recommended).

    Firewall and antivirus software compatibility
    QuickBooks 2012 has been tested with the following firewall and antivirus products.
    Note: In some cases, it may be necessary to adjust settings in these products to ensure the best possible performance with QuickBooks.
    * Windows 7 Firewall (all editions)
    * Windows Vista Firewall (all editions)
    * Windows XP Firewall (all editions)
    * Symantec Norton AntiVirus, Internet Security, Norton 360
    * McAfee VirusScan Plus, Internet Security, Total Protection
    * Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security
    * ZoneAlarm

    Note: QuickBooks will work with systems running RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) but this is not recommended because performance issues may cause QuickBooks to operate slowly.


    System requirements for QuickBooks 2013 and Enterprise Solutions 13.0

    Operating systems supported
    Windows 8, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed (QuickBooks R4 and later required)
    Windows 7, all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    Windows Vista (SP2 or later), all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    Windows XP (SP3 or later), all editions including 64-bit, natively installed
    Windows Server 2012 (Small Business Server/Essentials), Windows Small Business Server 2011, Small Business Server 2008
    Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2003, including 64-bit, natively installed

    Database Servers:
    Windows: natively installed & Windows 8, Windows 7 (SP1)or Vista with UAC on, XP (SP2 or later), Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 – Terminal Server Config., Windows Server 2003, Windows Small Business Server 2012, Windows Small Business Server 2011, and Windows Small Business Server 2008
    Note: Windows Home Server Edition is not supported.

    Hardware and operating system requirements (client and server)
    2.0 GHz processor; 2.4 GHz recommended
    1 GB RAM for single user, 2 GB RAM recommended for multiple users
    4x CD-ROM drive required for CD installations
    Display optimized for 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher with up to 1 Extended monitor
    All online services and subscription based features (such as Advanced Inventory) require Internet access.
    Windows:
    U.S. version of only
    Regional Settings are supported when set to English (United States) with keyboard setting to U.S. only
    Administrator Rights required for the server computer when hosting Multi User Access
    Natively installed
    Disk space requirements:
    2.5 GB of disk space (additional space required for data files)
    Additional software: 250 MB for Microsoft .NET 4.0 Runtime, provided on the QuickBooks CD
    Additional requirements for Intuit Data Protect in QuickBooks Connected Services offerings
    Require minimum 2.0 GB Ram
    Twice the size of the largest File set to back up + 100MB or twice the size to restore. The space is only required from the work folder LocalApplicationData+”Intuit\Intuit Data Protect”

    Software compatibility
    QuickBooks is capable of integrating with hundreds of third-party applications. The following integrations are provided with QuickBooks; additional RAM will enhance the use of these features. See Intuit Marketplace for the most up-to-date list.
    Microsoft Office:
    Office 2013 with R9 or later both on 32 and 64 bit (QSW is not supported on 64bit Office).
    Office 2010 (including Outlook 2010) both on 32 and 64 bit (QSW is not supported on 64bit Office).
    Preparing letters requires Microsoft Word 2010, 2007, or 2003.
    Exporting reports requires Microsoft Excel 2010, 2007, or 2003.
    Contact Synchronization with Microsoft Outlook requires Outlook 2010, 2007, or 2003.
    Synchronization with Outlook requires QuickBooks Contact Sync for Outlook (the download is available at no charge).
    Contact Sync does not work with the Microsoft Business Contact Manager Outlook plug-in. If a sync is performed, duplicate records could result
    QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013 (V11.0), V10.0, V9.0, and V8.0.
    Adobe Acrobat Reader: Business Planner functionality and viewing forms requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later.
    Payroll and other online features and services requires Internet access with at least a 56 Kbps connection speed (DSL or cable modem recommended).
    TurboTax 2012 (Personal and Business).
    Lacerte 2012 and 2011.
    Pro-Series tax years 2012 and 2011.
    QuickBooks for Mac 2013.
    Gmail, Yahoo Email, Outlook Express/Windows Mail, and Thunderbird.
    Internet Explorer 10 (R3 and later), 9, 8, and 7.
    Note: Firefox and Chrome are currently not supported.

    Firewall and antivirus software compatibility
    QuickBooks Pro 2013 has been tested with the following firewall and antivirus products.
    Note: In some cases, it may be necessary to adjust settings in these products to ensure the best possible performance with QuickBooks.
    Windows 7 Firewall (all editions)
    Windows Vista Firewall (all editions)
    Windows XP Firewall (all editions)
    Symantec Norton AntiVirus, Internet Security, Norton 360
    McAfee VirusScan Plus, Internet Security, Total Protection
    Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security
    ZoneAlarm

    Note: QuickBooks will work with systems running RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) but this is not recommended because performance issues may cause QuickBooks to operate slowly.


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 8:40 AM on 2013/11/01 Permalink  

    Gebrakan Pertama Kapolir Suparman: Perkaya institusi Polir melalui damai di tempat atas pelanggaran penerobosan jalur busway


    http://metro.news.viva.co.id/news/read/455426-denda-rp1-juta-bagi-penerobos-busway-berlaku-mulai-hari-ini

    Denda Rp1 Juta Bagi Penerobos Busway Berlaku Mulai Hari Ini
    Pikir ulang jika mau ambil jalur busway. Pilih telat atau duit lenyap?
    Jum’at, 1 November 2013, 08:38 Anggi Kusumadewi, Stella Maris

    VIVAnews – Peraturan denda maksimal sebesar Rp1 juta bagi pengendara yang menerobos jalur busway berlaku mulai hari ini, Jumat 1 November 2013. Agar kebijakan denda Rp1 juta ini dapat berjalan lancar, Polda Metro Jaya telah melakukan sterilisasi jalur bus TransJakarta sejak kemarin.

    Polda juga akan melakukan evaluasi setiap minggunya atas kebijakan ini. Denda maksimal Rp1 juta itu diberlakukan bagi kendaraan beroda empat seperti mobil, sedangkan bagi kendaraan roda dua atau motor dikenakan denda Rp500 ribu.

    Namun Komisi Kepolisian Nasional (Kompolnas) meminta Polda Metro Jaya untuk mempertimbangkan denda tersebut. “Kami menilai penerapannya belum tepat, melihat situasi jalan di ibu kota yang belum sepenuhnya memadai saat ini,” ujar Komisioner Kompolnas Edi Saputra Hasibuan di Jakarta.

    Situasi jalan di Jakarta yang macet setiap hari sudah cukup membuat masyarakat resah, apalagi setelah denda itu diterapkan. Kompolnas pun khawatir kebijakan denda maksimal tak hanya membuat takut pengendara melintasi jalur TransJakarta, tapi juga menjadi “lahan proyek” bagi aparat tak bertanggung jawab yang hendak menebalkan kocek sendiri.

    Aparat yang bertugas di lapangan dikhawatirkan menaikkan uang damai bagi para pelanggar lalu lintas. “Yang paling baik, denda maksimal baru diterapkan apabila situasi jalan di Jakarta sudah memadai dan lalu-lintas sudah tertib,” kata dia.

    Kompolnas juga meminta Polda Metro meningkatkan penertiban di jalan raya, serta memberikan penyuluhan pada masyarakat atau pengguna jalan agar tak melintasi jalur busway.

    Kompolnas juga meminta Polda Metro Jaya mengatur soal pengecualian atau penerapan kewenangan diskresi bagi petugas lapangan, dengan memberikan izin melintas di jalur busway apabila jalan di sekitarnya macet total.

    Menanggapi hal itu, Kabid Humas Polda Metro Jaya Kombes Pol Rikwanto mengatakan kewenangan diskresi boleh diambil demi kepentingan umum, oleh siapapun petugas yang bertugas di lapangan. “Karena petugas lapangan yang mengetahui kondisi lalu-lintas, kapan boleh masuk jalur busway dan kapan tidak, terutama saat macet,” kata Rikwanto kepada VIVAnews.


    http://metro.news.viva.co.id/news/read/456972-didenda-rp1juta–jumlah-penerobos-jalur-busway-berkurang

    Didenda Rp1Juta, Jumlah Penerobos Jalur Busway Berkurang
    Meski belum maksimal, tapi presentase pelanggaran berkurang
    Jum’at, 8 November 2013, 07:53 Dedy Priatmojo, Stella Maris

    VIVAnews – Dinas Perhubungan DKI Jakarta, Polda Metro Jaya dan Kejaksaan Tinggi DKI Jakarta, masih menggodok kebijakan soal denda maksimal bagi para pelanggar jalur TransJakarta. Sebagai langkah awal, sterilisasi pun telah dilakukan.

    Wakil Direktur Lalulintas Polda Metro Jaya, Ajun Komisaris Besar Sambodo Purnomo mengatakan, sterilisasi jalur TransJakarta sudah dilakukan sejak tanggal 30 Oktober 2013. Hingga hari ini, jumlah pelanggaran mencapai 3272.

    Hal senada juga disampaikan oleh Kabid Humas Polda Metro Jaya Komisaris Besar Rikwanto yang menyebutkan bahwa sejak sterilisasi mulai diberlakukan, jumlah pelanggar menurun.

    “Meski denda maksimal belum diterapkan, kalau di presentasekan jumlah pelanggar berkurang hingga 74,4 persen,” kata Rikwanto, Jakarta, Jumat 8 November 2013.

    Berdasarkan data Direktorat Lalu Lintas Polda Metro Jaya, koridor IX, Pinang Ranti-Pluit merupakan koridor yang banyak terjadi pelanggaran, sekitar 13.054. Jumlah yang lebih besar dibandingkan koridor rawan pelanggaran lainnya (I, III, V, dan VI).

    “Kalau ditotal jumlah pengendara yang terobos jalur TransJakarta di tahun 2013 sampai dengan bulan November berjumlah 56ribu,” kata Sambodo dalam pesan singkatnya.

    Separator Hilang

    Di beberapa wilayah, salah satunya Pondok Indah, jalur TransJakarta tidak memiliki pembatas jalan atau separator. Dengan kata lain, jalan TransJakarta rawan dilintasi oleh para pengguna jalan lain.

    Kendati demikian, Rikwanto mengatakan, idealnya jalur TransJakarta tidak harus ada separator. Melainkan harus ada tanda misalnya tanda dengan cat warna merah di perlintasan.

    “Kedepannya mungkin separator akan hilang, asal masyarakat tahu bahwa jalur itu memang tak boleh dilintasi oleh pengendara mobil atau motor,” ujar Rikwanto.


    http://id.berita.yahoo.com/tujuh-pesan-kapolri-saat-ulang-tahun-brimob-045031841.html

    Tujuh Pesan Kapolri Saat Ulang Tahun Brimob
    TRIBUNnews.com – 17 menit yang lalu

    Laporan wartawan tribunnews.com : Adi Suhendi

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA– Kepala Kepolisian Negara Republik Indonesia (Kapolri) Jenderal Polisi Sutarman berpesan tujuh hal saat menjadi inspektur Upacara dalam peringatan Hari Ulang Tahun (HUT) ke 68 Korps Brimob Polri.

    “Pada kesempatan yang berharga ini, ada beberapa hal yang saya tekankan pada Korps Nrimob Polri agar dipedomani dan dilaksanakan dalam melaksanakan tugas-tugas mendatang,” kata Sutarman saat menjadi inspektur upacara di Lapangan Korps Brimob Polri, Kelapa Dua, Depok, Jawa Barat, Kamis (14/11/2013).

    Berikut tujuh pesan Sutarman kepada jajaran Brimob;

    Pertama, tingkatkan iman dan taqwa kepada tuhan yang maha esa sebagai landasan moral agar senantiasa mendapatkan limpahan rahmat dan karunia serta hidayahnya dari Allah SWT, Tuhan Yang Maha Kuasa.

    Kedua, tingkatkan terus profesionalisme melalui pelatihan yang intensif dengan tetap berpedoman pada semboyan ‘lebih baik mandi keringat dalam latihan dari pada mandi darah di medan pertempuran’.

    Ketiga, kepada para unsur pimpinan tingkatkan terus fungsi pengawasan dan pengendalian guna meminimalisir penyimpangan dan pelanggaran sekecil apapun yang dapat menimbulkan kebencian masyarakat terhadap Polri.

    “Perlu dicamkan bahwa perbuatan tercela yang dilakukan satu orang akan berdampak sangat luas terhadap institusi Polri yang kita cintai,” kata Sutarman.

    Keempat, jalin koordinasi dan komunikasi yang baik dengan seluruh stakeholder agar tercipta hubungan yang harmonis yang pada akhirnya akan menumbuhkan partisipasi dan dukungan dari berbagai pihak sehingga keberhasilan dalam pelaksanaan tugas dapat diraih.

    Kelima, dengan moto ‘Pengabdian Jiwa Ragaku Untuk Kemanusiaan’, lakukan yang terbaik dan ikhlas dalam melaksanakan tugas agar korps brimob polri menjadi satuan terbaik dalam melindungi dan mengayomi masyarakat.

    Keenam, wujudkan jati diri Polri sebagai sosok penolong, pelayan, dan sahabat masyarakat serta dapat menjadi teladan masyarakat sehingga kehadiran polri di tengah masyarakat sangat didambakan dan diharapkan masyarakat.

    Ketujuh, jaga netralitas pada Pemilu 2014 dengan menunjukan sikap yang tidak berpihak kepada partai polisitik apapun serta tidak melakukan kegiatan politik praktis dan kita siap untuk mengamankan pemilu 2014.

    “Pada kesempatan ini saya mengajak kepada seluruh keluarga besar Korps Brimob Polri untuk tetap terus meningkatkan integritas dan membangun soliditas internal sebagai landasan yang kokoh bagi terwujudnya masa depan Polri yang lebih baik,” ungkapnya.


    CucuMuso http://profile.yahoo.com/FCAIF4ISUBWZ3AAD3P74TWSQZE
    ahh… teori. cuma pemanis mulut saja.
    kmrin anak petinggi polri yg nabrak 11 anak di sidoarjo blum jadi tersangka, padahal udah banyak bukti dan saksi mata. bahkan dia malah balik lapor dengan kasus penganiayaan.
    di tempat lain ada 5 polisi yang menggilir ABG, bahkan ada juga kapolsek yang ketahuan berhubungan intim dengan istri terdakwa.


    http://www.tribunnews.com/metropolitan/2012/11/13/brimob-akan-pecahkan-rekor-terjun-payung-kerjasama

    HUT Brimob
    Brimob akan Pecahkan Rekor Terjun Payung Kerjasama
    Selasa, 13 November 2012 10:17 WIB

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Dalam rangka HUT Korps Brimob Polri yang ke 67, di Lapangan Udara Pondok Cabe, Tangerang Selatan Korps Brimob menggelar agenda pemecahan rekor nasional Kerja Sama di Udara terjun payung yang dilakukan oleh penerjun-penerjun pilihan di Indonesia.

    Aksi ini dibuat untuk memecahkan rekor nasional museum rekor Indonesia (MURI) untuk kerjasama di udara sebagai kado istimewa bagi korps Brimob Polri dari penerjun Polri, TNI, dan FASI.

    Para penerjun akan terjun dari ketinggian 13.000 kaki dan kemudian bekerja sama membentuk formasi delapan arah mata angin yang merupakan lambang dari Korps Brimob.

    Menurut Asisten Operasi Korps Brimob Polri, Kombes Hasanuddin, hari ini Korps Brimob berupaya untuk memecahkan rekor nasional, upaya ini dilakukan oleh 35 penerjun terlatih yang didalamnya tergabung POLRI, TNI dan FASI.

    “Kami turunkan 35 penerjun terlatih untuk memecahkan rekor nasional ini,” ujar Hasanuddin di Lanud Pondok Cabe, Tangsel, Selasa (13/11/2012)

    Ia melanjutkan, awalnya pihaknya merencanakan untuk menurunkan 50 penerjun, namun karena banyak anggota Korps yang sedang Dinas di luar kota, maka rencana ini batal dilaksanakan.

    “Banyak anggota Korps yang dinas di Poso, Lampung dan daerah-daerah lain,” imbuhhnya.

    Sebelumnya, rekor nasional penerjun adalah kerjasama di udara oleh 24 penerjun. Aksi saat itu dalam rangka persiapan PON pada tahun 2003 di Landasan Udara Halim Perdana Kusuma, Jakarta Timur.

    Penulis: Bahri Kurniawan
    Editor: Gusti Sawabi


    http://m.news.viva.co.id/news/read/447429-komjen-pol-sutarman–dari-ajudan-gus-dur-ke-kursi-kapolri

    Nasional
    Kabareskrim Mabes Polri Komjen Pol Sutarman dipilih Presiden jadi Kapolri.
    Anggi Kusumadewi | Jum’at, 27 September 2013, 15:41 WIB

    Komjen Pol Sutarman, dari Ajudan Gus Dur ke Kursi Kapolri
    “Saya pengagum Gus Gus. Daya ingat dan visi beliau kuat. Dia hebat.”

    VIVAnews – Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono telah menetapkan pilihannya. Ia menunjuk Komisaris Jenderal Polisi Sutarman sebagai Kepala Kepolisian RI baru menggantikan Jenderal Polisi Timur Pradopo yang memasuki masa pensiun. Sutarman saat ini menjabat Kepala Badan Reserse Kriminal Mabes Polri.

    Sutarman yang kini berusia 56 tahun menjabat Kabareskrim Mabes Polri sejak 6 Juli 2011. Ketika itu ia ditunjuk menjadi Kabareskrim menggantikan Komjen Pol Ito Sumardi Ds yang pensiun. Sutarman yang kelahiran Sukoharjo, Jawa Tengah, 5 Oktober 1957 itu pernah menduduki berbagai posisi penting.

    Pada 2000, ia merupakan ajudan Presiden Abdurrahman Wahid atau Gus Dur. Tak heran, Sutarman mengetahui pribadi Gus Dur yang sebenarnya. “Daya ingat beliau kuat, visinya juga kuat. Dia hebat. Saya termasuk pengagum beliau,” kata Sutarman pada suatu kesempatan.

    Berkaca dari Gus Dur, Sutarman pun punya tips untuk mereka yang hendak menjadi Presiden. “Kalau mau jadi Presiden, kuasai Jawa Barat, Jawa Tengah, dan Jawa Timur. Itu kuncinya,” kata dia.

    Alasannya, ujar Sutarman, pemilih di ketiga provinsi itu amat banyak, karena merupakan daerah padat penduduk. Maka, menguasai ketiga wilayah itu merupakan mutlak bagi mereka yang ingin menang Pilpres.

    Selepas menjadi ajudan Gus Dur, pada 2004, Sutarman menjabat sebagai Kepala Kepolisian Wilayah Kota Besar Surabaya. Selanjutnya, pada 2005, ia menjabat Kepala Kepolisian Daerah Kepulauan Riau, dan 2008 menjabat Kaselapa Lemdiklat Polri.

    Sama seperti Jenderal Timur Pradopo, Sutarman juga pernah menjabat Kapolda Jawa Barat dan Kapolda Metro Jaya pada 2010. Karier Sutarman di Polri dimulai sejak 1982 sebagai Kepala Staf Lalu Lintas Polres Bandung, lalu naik menjadi Kapolsek Dayeuh Polres Bandung, dan seterusnya.

    Reformasi birokrasi
    Belum lama ini, Sutarman menekankan pentingnya reformasi birokrasi di tubuh Polri. Meskipun proses itu saat ini sudah berjalan, tapi jauh dari selesai, karena menyangkut lebih dari 400 ribu personel Polri yang ada di seluruh Indonesia.

    “Butuh waktu panjang untuk reformasi birokrasi ini. Ketika dalam perjalanan reformasi ini ada anggota Polri yang terjerat kasus, maka itu merupakan bagian dari penegakan reformasi birokrasi di tubuh Polri,” kata Sutarman.

    Ia menyatakan, reformasi birokrasi itu harus dimulai dari petinggi Polri, karena petinggi wajib memberikan contoh kepada anggotanya. “Ketika saya bisa mengubah diri sendiri, saya juga akan bisa mengubah unit saya, dan selanjutnya meluas ke kesatuan,” ujar Sutarman.

    Sutarman meyakinkan, komitmen Polri dalam melakukan reformasi birokrasi ditunjukkan dengan adanya beberapa perwira mereka yang diproses oleh Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi.

    “Tak hanya KPK yang menyelidiki perwira tinggi Polri. Polri sendiri akan memproses anggotanya jika ada indikasi pelanggaran oleh mereka,” kata dia. (art)

    © VIVA.co.id


    http://www.tribunnews.com/nasional/2013/09/27/profil-komjen-sutarman-sudah-dua-kali-menggantikan-jenderal-timur-pradopo

    Calon Kapolri
    Profil Komjen Sutarman: Sudah Dua Kali Menggantikan Jenderal Timur Pradopo
    Jumat, 27 September 2013 17:15 WIB

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM/DANY PERMANA
    Komjem Pol Timur Pradopa (kiri) dan Irjen Pol Sutarman.

    Laporan Wartawan Tribunnews.com, Adi Suhendi

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA- Sempat meredup dari bursa calon Kapolri, nama Komjen Pol Sutarman muncul sebagai pilihan Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhono (SBY) sebagai Kapolri untuk menggantikan Jenderal Polisi Timur Pradopo. Pria kelahiran Sukoharjo, Jawa Tengah 5 Oktober 1957, hanya tinggal selangkah lagi menduduki kursi orang nomor satu di kepolisian setelah menjalani fit and propertest di Komisi III DPR RI.

    Sepanjang karirnya di kepolisian, ia merupakan perwira polisi yang paling moncer di angkatannya. Jebolan Akademi Kepolisian 1981 ini karirnya melegit setelah menjadi ajudan presiden Abdurahman Wahid pada tahun 2000. Memikul pangkat perwira menengah dipundaknnya, pada 2004 akhir Sutarman dipercaya menjadi Kapolwiltabes Surabaya. Kemudian berturut-turut menjadi Kapolda Kepulauan Riau, Kepala Sekolah Calon Perwira, Kapolda Jawa Barat, Kapolda Metro Jaya, sampai akhirnya menjadi Kabareskrim Polri sejak 6 Juli 2011 menggantikan Komjen Pol Ito Sumardi.

    Dua kali Sutarman menggantikan Timur Pradopo, Timur digantikan Sutarman saat menjabat Kapolda Jawa Barat. Saat itu, Timur dimutasi menjadi Kapolda Metro Jaya. Kemudian saat Timur diangkat menjadi Kepala Badan Pemeliharaan Keamanan pada 2010 silam, Sutarman pun menggantikan posisi Timur sebagai Kapolda Metro Jaya.

    Dalam beberapa kesempatan Sutarman selalu mengatakan kepada wartawan dirinya tidak takut pada siapapun termasuk penguasa. Ia selalu bilang urat takutnya sudah putus saat ditanya beberapa kasus yang bersentuhan dengan orang-orang partai penguasa seperti surat Palsu MK.

    “Urat takutnya sudah putus. Kalau dia tersangka, bukti pemulaan cukup, kenapa takut. Enggak ada yang harus ditakutkan,” kata Sutarman pada suatu waktu ketika berbincang dengan wartawan menyikapi kasus surat palsu MK.

    Komisi Kepolisian Nasional menilai penujukan Sutarman menjadi calon Kapolri yang dilakukan SBY sangat tepat.

    “Sutarman dalam catatan kompolnas memiliki integritas yang bagus, tegas, sederhana, polisi reserse yang berprestasi, dan cukup mumpuni dalam tugasnya karena sudah tiga kali jadi Kepolda yakni Kapolda Kepri, Jawa Barat dan Metro Jaya,” ungkap Komisioner Kompolnas Edi Saputra Hasibuan kepada Tribunnews.com, Jumat (27/9/2013).

    Dikatakannya, pengalaman tiga kali menjadi Kapolda merupakan modal bagi Sutarman untuk memimpin Polri ke depan.

    “Sutarman adalah Akpol 81 sama angkatannya dengan Panglima TNI (Jendral TNI Moeldoko) yang juga Akmil 81. Jadi kami memperkirakan koordinasi dan sinerginya sangat bagus karena sudah saling mengenal,” katanya.

    Tantangan Sutarman kalau disetujui DPR RI, dikatakan Edi diharapkan Sutarman bisa menyelesaiak berbagai pekerjaan rumah di kepolisian mulai dari penanganan kasus dan perbaikan di tubuh kepolisian.

    “Diharapkan Sutarman mampu mengungkap kasus teror penembakan terhadap anggota polisi, meningkatkan penanganan kasus korupsi baik yang ada dalam masyarakat maupun yang ada di tubuh Polri, bisa melakukan reformasi besar-besaran terhadap Polri agar kinerja Polri lebih baik pada masa mendatang,” ungkapnya.

    Penulis: Adi Suhendi
    Editor: Hasiolan Eko P Gultom


    http://profil.merdeka.com/indonesia/s/sutarman/

    Sutarman
    Riset dan analisa oleh Pilar Asa Susila
    Last update 8:50 25/10/2103

    Nama Lengkap : Sutarman
    Alias : No Alias
    Profesi : -
    Agama : Islam
    Tempat Lahir : Sukoharjo, Jawa Tengah
    Tanggal Lahir : Sabtu, 5 Oktober 1957
    Zodiac : Balance
    Warga Negara : Indonesia
    Istri : Elly Sutarman

    BIOGRAFI

    Komjen Pol Drs. Sutarman merupakan Kabareskrim Mabes Polri yang aktif sejak 6 Juli 2011. Dia diangkat sebagai orang nomor satu di Bareskrim untuk menggantikan Ito Sumardi Ds yang telah memasuki masa pensiun.

    Sutarman tercatat pernah menduduki sejumlah jabatan penting di sepanjang karirnya. Pada tahun 2000, dia adalah Ajudan Presiden RI pada masa pemerintahan Abdurrahman Wahid. Kemudian pada akhir 2004, dia pernah menjabat sebagai Kapolwiltabes Surabaya, dan kemudian berturut-turut menjabat sebagai Kapolda Kepri, Kaselapa Lemdiklat Polri. Setelah menjabat sebagai Kaselapa Lemdiklat Polri, Sutarman lalu menjabat sebagai Kapolda Jawa Barat pada masa jabatan 23 Juni 2010 hingga 4 Oktober 2010. Ia menggantikan Irjen Pol Timur Pradopo.

    Setelah lepas jabatan sebagai Kapolda Jawa Barat dan digantikan oleh Irjen Pol H. Suparni Parto, Sutarman kemudian menjabat sebagai Kapolda Metro Jaya untuk menggantikan Komjen Pol Ito Sumardi Ds.

    Pada 2011, setelah melalui proses penyaringan, jabatan Kabareskrim Mabes Polri ditentukan dan posisi penting itu akhirnya diduduki oleh Kapolda Metro Jaya Inspektur Jenderal Sutarman.

    Keputusan pengangkatan Sutarman itu tertuang dalam Surat Telegram Rahasia (STR) No: STR 1334/VI/2011, tanggal 30 Juni 2011. Bersama Sutarman, ada 11 jenderal lainnya yang dimutasi.

    Dalam telegram tersebut, Sutarman menggantikan posisi Komisaris Jenderal Ito Sumardi yang memasuki masa pensiun. Sementara jabatan Sutarman sebagai orang nomor satu di Polda Metro Jaya digantikan oleh Irjen Untung Suharsono Radjab. Untung sebelumnya menjabat sebagai Kapolda Jawa Timur.

    Ada keunikan dalam sejarah karir Jenderal bintang tiga ini. Sutarman pernah menggantikan Timur Pradopo (yang kini adalah Kapolri) di dua tempat yang berbeda, yakni Polda Jabar dan Polda Metro Jaya.

    Komisaris Jenderal Pol Sutarman resmi menjabat sebagai Kepala Kepolisian Republik Indonesia (Kapolri) menggantikan Jenderal Pol Timur Pradopo. Jabatan nomor satu di Korps Bhayangkara ini diembannya usai menjalani pelantikan yang dipimpin langsung Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) di Istana Negara, Jumat 25 Oktober 2013.

    PENDIDIKAN
    * Akademi kepolisian 1981

    KARIR
    * Kabareskrim Mabes Polri
    * Kapolwiltabes Surabaya
    * Kapolda Kepri
    * Kaselapa Lemdiklat Polri
    * Kapolda Jabar
    * Kapolda Metro Jaya
    * Ajudan Presiden RI pemerintahan Abdurrahman Wahid
    * 1981, Staf Lalu Lintas di Polres Bandung,
    * 1982, Kepala Polsek Dayeuhkolot, Resor Bandung
    * 1983, Kepala Satuan Lalu Lintas Polres Sumedang, Jawa Barat


    http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sutarman

    Sutarman
    12.22, 30 Oktober 2013.

    Jenderal Polisi Drs. Sutarman (lahir di Weru, Sukoharjo, Jawa Tengah, 5 Oktober 1957; umur 56 tahun) adalah Kepala Kepolisian Republik Indonesia (Kapolri) yang menjabat sejak 25 Oktober 2013 menggantikan Jenderal Timur Pradopo. Sutarman dilantik Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono di Istana Negara, Jakarta pada 25 Oktober 2013.

    Sebelumnya ia merupakan Kabareskrim Mabes Polri yang menjabat sejak 6 Juli 2011 hingga 24 Oktober 2013. Dia didapuk sebagai orang nomor satu di Bareskrim menggantikan Ito Sumardi Ds yang pensiun.

    Jenderal Sutarman tercatat pernah menduduki sejumlah jabatan penting. Pada tahun 2000, dia adalah Ajudan Presiden RI pemerintahan Abdurrahman Wahid. Kemudian akhir 2004, dia menjabat Kapolwiltabes Surabaya, lantas berturut-turut sebagai Kapolda Kepri, Kaselapa Lemdiklat Polri, lalu Kapolda Jabar dan Kapolda Metro Jaya.

    Putra pasangan Paidi Pawiro Mihardjo dan Samiyem ini uniknya pernah menggantikan Timur Pradopo (mantan Kapolri) di dua tempat, yakni Polda Jabar dan Polda Metro Jaya, dan akan menggantikan Timur Pradopo untuk yang ketiga kalinya dalam jabatan Kapolri.

    Ia menjadi calon tunggal Kapolri setelah diajukan oleh Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono kepada DPR-RI pada hari Jumat, tanggal 27 September 2013. Surat yang berisi pengusulan alumnus Akpol 1981 itu diterima langsung oleh Wakil Ketua DPR, Priyo Budi Santoso.

    Riwayat Jabatan
    * Pa Staf Lantas Polres Bandung Polda Jabar (1982)
    * Kapolsek Dayeuh Polres Bandung Polda Jabar (1982)
    * Kasat Lantas Polres Sumedang Polda Jabar (1983)
    * Danki Tar Akpol (1986)
    * Kasubbag Renset Dit Pers Polda Metro Jaya (1988)
    * Kapolsek Metro Kebon Jeruk Restro Jakbar (1989)
    * Kapolsek Metro Penjaringan Restro Jakut (1991)
    * Paban Muda III / Binkar Spers ABRI (1993)
    * Kabag Bintibmas Dit Binmas Polda Metro Jaya (1995)
    * Kapusdalaops Polwil Timor Timur Polda Nusra (1996)
    * Kapolres Lombok Timur Polda NTB (1996)
    * Kabag Top / DSP Subdit Diaga Dit Minpers POLRI (1997)
    * Kabag Diawan / Gassus Subdit Dalkar Minpers POLRI (1997)
    * Kabag Dalkar Dit Pers Polda Metro Jaya (1997)
    * Kapolres Bekasi Polda Metro Jaya (1999)
    * Ajudan Presiden RI (2000-2001)
    * Kapoltabes Palembang Polda Sumsel (2001-2003)
    * Dirreskrim Polda Jatim (2003-2004)
    * Kapolwiltabes Surabaya Polda Jatim (2004-2005)
    * Kapolda Kepri (2005-2008)
    * Kaselapa Lemdiklat Polri (2008-2010)
    * Kapolda Jabar (2010-2011)
    * Kapolda Metro Jaya (2010)
    * Kabareskrim Polri (2011-2013)
    * Kapolri (2013-sekarang)


     
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    NDP40-KB2600211-x86-x64.exe, 67.1MB, http://207.46.19.190/downloads/info.aspx?na=46&SrcFamilyId=0663F616-C55C-4E19-A2E6-2AF6107D5689&SrcDisplayLang=en&u=http%3a%2f%2fdownload.microsoft.com%2fdownload%2f3%2f3%2f9%2f3396A3CA-BFE8-4C9B-83D3-CADAE72C17BE%2fNDP40-KB2600211-x86-x64.exe

    Version: 4.0
    Date Published: 3/4/2012

    Knowledge Base (KB) Articles: KB2600211 http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=2600211

    1. This update contains all the runtime changes from the following updates:
    • 2544514

    (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2544514/ )
    Update 4.0.2 for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 – Runtime Update

    • 2478063

    (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2478063/ )
    Update 4.0.1 for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 – Runtime Update

    Therefore, this update is a cumulative update. Any application built for the .NET Framework 4.0.1 or the .NET Framework 4.0.2 can run on a computer that has the .NET Framework 4 and the .NET Framework 4.0.3 runtime installed.

    1. We do not support any application that this update was used to build on any prerelease version of the .NET Framework 4, such as a Beta. Additionally, we recommend that any such application be upgraded to at least the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 RTM.

    Prerequisites

    To install this update, you must have the following software installed:

    • Windows Installer 3.1 or a later version of Windows Installer

    To obtain the latest version of Windows Installer, visit the following Microsoft website:
    Download Windows Installer 4.5 Redistributable
    (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=132022)

    • The Microsoft .NET Framework 4 or the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile

    Note The .NET 4.0.3 – Runtime Update is a targetable framework and is built for the .NET Framework 4. This update is not a fully cumulative framework version.


    Features that are introduced by this update

    Feature 1: SustainedLowLatency added to GCLatencyMode

    Some applications perform time-sensitive operations throughout the day, during which interruptions from long full blocking garbage collection could be disruptive. For example, applications that need quick response times because of financial market data changes during trading hours. If an application has a large managed heap in this environment, it could become unresponsive for long periods of time if full blocking garbage collection occurs.

    To resolve this issue, a new setting called SustainedLowLatency is added to GCLatencyMode. This new setting minimizes the situations in which a full blocking garbage collection can occur. However, full blocking garbage collection may still occur in other situations, such as low memory or if garbage collection is deliberately induced.

    Note The SustainedLowLatency setting is applicable only when concurrent garbage collection is enabled. If concurrent garbage collection is not enabled, SustainedLowLatency does not affect garbage collection behavior.

    For more information about Latency Modes, visit the following Microsoft website:

    General information about Latency Modes
    (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb384202.aspx)

    Feature 2: Support running Workflows in partial trust

    Workflows that use Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF4) can run only in fully trusted application domains. This update enables WF to run in partially trusted environments. The scope of the change is enabling the core workflow runtime (execution model, activity and data model, tracking, and serialization) to run in partial trust. To enable this change, some WF assemblies are made conditional AllowPartiallyTrustedCallersAttribute (APTCA).

    Note SqlWorkflowInstanceStore and Visual Basic expression are not supported by this change. Therefore, they are not available in partial trust.

    Feature 3: Enable WF messaging activities across multiple hosts

    WF4 messaging activities (Send, Receive, ReceiveReply, SendReply, and so on) use WCF to send and receive messages. This update introduces a new WF extension that is used by these activities to send or receive messages (or both). The extension has to be provided by the host. If the extension is not present, the WF4 behavior and execution is preserved (no changes to current code path). If the extension is present, the activities call the methods in the extension.

    The new extension has methods for each of the steps that are involved in different messaging patterns. The host authors can implement those methods to implement the messaging semantics that they want to use with the existing WF4 programing model.

    Feature 4: XLinq and DataAnnotations added to .NET Framework 4 Portable Class Libraries

    Support for System.Xml.Linq.dll and System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations.dll has been added to the Portable Class Library project when targeting .NET Framework 4.0.3. For more information about how to install Portable Class Library support, visit the Portable Class Library article
    (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg597391.aspx)
    on MSDN.

    Feature 5: Support for Correlated Connection ID in SqlClient

    In Microsoft SQL Server 2012, capability to correlate a connection ID between the client and the server is added. With this update SqlClient will send the connection ID information so that it can be logged on the server side. Additionally, the following capabilities are added to SqlClient to provide ways to retrieve the connection ID on the client side if it is available:

    • ConnectionId property on SqlConnection
    • ConnectionId property on SqlException
    • SqlException.ToString will include the connection ID

    General information about SQL Server Extended Events
    (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb630282(SQL.110).aspx)
    and Accessing ClientConnectionID through SqlClient for .NET Framework
    (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms172144(VS.110).aspx)
    .
    Issues that this update resolves
    Click here to view or hide detailed information

    Issue 1: Cannot set the WWW-Authenticate HTTP Response header in self-hosted WCF service scenarios

    If you have a self-hosted WCF service, you could not send a www-Authenticate HTTP header in the response message. This is required for many custom authentication scenarios, such as enabling OAuth. This limitation was removed.

    Issue 2: Self-hosted BasicHttp service that uses https enabled fails in partial trust

    If you have a self-hosted WCF service that uses BasicHttpBinding with security mode Transport and ClientCredentialType=None or Certificate, you could not run it in partial trust. The client request fails, and you receive the following exception:

    System.Security.SecurityException: Request failed.
    at System.Security.CodeAccessSecurityEngine.ThrowSecurityException(RuntimeAssembly asm, PermissionSet granted, PermissionSet refused, RuntimeMethodHandleInternal rmh, SecurityAction action, Object demand, IPermission permThatFailed)
    This issue is resolved.

    Issue 3: WCF: Identical binding extension elements in machine.config and app.config throws an exception

    If identical (names and types) extension elements exist in machine.config and app.config, a ConfigurationErrorsException exception is thrown, and you receive the following error message:
    System.Configuration.ConfigurationErrorsException was unhandled
    Message=An extension of name ‘xyz’ already appears in extension collection. Extension names must be unique.
    This limitation was removed.

    Issue 4

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You run a client application to access a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) duplex service that uses the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.
    • The application calls the OnClose event of a channel on the WCF service.
    • This channel is then ended in another event thread.

    In this scenario, the application crashes and you receive one of the following exception messages:
    Exception 1
    Exception: System.Runtime.CallbackException.

    Message: A user callback threw an exception.
    Exception 2
    Inner exception: System.ObjectDisposedException.

    Message: Cannot access a disposed object.

    Issue 5

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You have some nonstandard bindings that are defined for the following services:

    • You install a .NET Framework 4.0 Extended Profile update

    In this scenario, the Internet Information Services (IIS) configuration is changed to the default value of port 808 instead of your custom port.

    Issue 6

    When you try to access a hosted webpage created for .NET 4.0.1 or .NET 4.0.2 (that is, the targetFramework property is set to one of these targets), you receive an error message that resembles the following:
    Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.

    Parser Error Message: The ‘targetFramework’ attribute in the element of the Web.config file is used only to target version 4.0 and later of the .NET Framework (for example, ”). The ‘targetFramework’ attribute currently references a version that is later than the installed version of the .NET Framework. Specify a valid target version of the .NET Framework, or install the required version of the .NET Framework.

    Source Error:
    Line 2:
    Line 3:
    Line 4:
    Line 5: Line 6:
    This issue is now resolved.

    Issue 7

    Consider the following scenario:

    • A process is running managed code against the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 common language runtime (CLR).
    • At the same time, an update is installed that services Microsoft .NET Framework 4 assemblies.

    In this scenario, the process that is running managed code against the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 CLR may end unexpectedly. This issue occurs because of a condition in which servicing of Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 assemblies could lead to loaded modules, in a process that is running managed code against the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 CLR, to enter an inconsistent state. The process ends unexpectedly.

    Issue 8

    AlwaysOn is the new high-availability solution that is part of SQL Server Code Named “Denali.” It enables failure recovery scenarios between multiple sites without specialized hardware. We have introduced a fix that improves the failover reconnection performance in multi-site clusters that are not using a stretch VLAN.

    Issue 9

    Failover reconnect performance against a SQL Server Denali AlwaysOn Availability Group is not in parity with failover reconnect performance to a SQL Server 2008 R2 database by using DB Mirroring. This issue is resolved, improving the SQL Server Code Named “Denali” AlwaysOn failover reconnection performance, bringing it in parity with traditional Database Mirroring failover.

    Issue 10

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You host a Microsoft .NET Framework 4-based Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service. The WCF service uses the TCP protocol.
    • Many client web applications use the WCF service.
    • The service tries to clean up some connections.

    In this scenario, the WCF service may encounter the following exceptions and then crash:

    • System.Net.InternalException – An error occurred within Windows Communication Foundation. Applications should not attempt to handle.
    • System.NullReferenceExcption- Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

    Issue 11:

    Consider the following scenario:

    • A client application opens and closes TCP connections to a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service quickly.
    • The way objects are allocated to the Large Object Heap (LOH) for WCF services this may result in memory fragmentation in the generation 0 heap. This can adversely affect the performance of the WCF service.

    In this scenario, the performance of the WCF service degrades.

    Issue 12:

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You use the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server (SqlClient) to connect to an instance of Microsoft SQL Server.
    • Database mirroring is turned on.
    • The primary server is available (it has not failed over to the failover partner), but it is under load and does not respond quickly.
    • You open a new connection to the server.

    In this scenario, the connection requests may time out prematurely and a SqlException exception is thrown.

    Issue 13:

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You use the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server (SqlClient) to connect to an instance of Microsoft SQL Azure or of Microsoft SQL Server.
    • The Encryption option is turned on.
    • Connection request fails during prelogin.

    In this scenario, memory leak occurs. Additionally, the GCHandle object is leaked.

    Issue 14:

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You use the .NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server (SqlClient) to connect to an instance of Microsoft SQL Azure or of Microsoft SQL Server.
    • Data is retrieved by using the SqlDataReader.
    • You receive an ENV_CHANGE token from the server when the data is retrieved.

    In this scenario, no result set or only a partial result set is retrieved even though there is more data available.

    Issue 15:

    Consider the following scenario:

    • You have a Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2-based computer that is connected to a touch screen.
    • You run a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application in full-screen mode.
    • You run another application in full-screen mode. This application runs at a lower screen resolution than the WPF application.
    • You exit the application, and you switch back to the running WPF application.

    In this scenario, touch input is mapped incorrectly on the WPF application.

    Issue 16:

    With this update, we have made the System.Deployment platform check more flexible for ClickOnce applications.
    For guidance about how to set the runtime version in the ClickOnce manifest, visit the following MSDN website:

    Guidance on setting the runtime version in the ClickOnce manifest
    (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee517334.aspx)

    Visual Studio 2010 support

    To use any new feature installed by this update, install the following update, and then develop applications in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1):
    2600214
    (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2600214/ )
    Visual Studio 2010 SP1 – Design-time Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0.3

    File information

    The global version of this update uses a Microsoft Windows Installer package to install the update. The dates and the times for these files are listed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) in the following table. When you view the file information, the date is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone tab in the Date and Time item in Control Panel.

    For all supported x86-based versions of Windows for GDR service branch
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    File name File version File size Date Time
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.276 2,262,784 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,727,424 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,143,568 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.276 957,200 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,201,168 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.276 57,616 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,790,112 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    PresentationFramework.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,429,992 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.276 192,792 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.276 518,400 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 21-Jan-2012 17:27
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 21-Jan-2012 17:27
    System.Activities.Core.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.276 619,328 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,269,536 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.276 126,272 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,559,864 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.IdentityModel.dll 4.0.30319.276 398,120 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Net.dll 4.0.30319.276 237,840 22-Jan-2012 01:36
    System.Runtime.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.276 357,696 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Runtime.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,039,160 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.276 537,912 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.ServiceModel.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,102,816 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,027,216 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.Deployment.dll 4.0.30319.276 840,992 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,512,072 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.XML.dll 4.0.30319.276 2,208,528 22-Jan-2012 01:36
    WindowsBase.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,369,872 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    System.Xml.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.276 12,080 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.276 33,552 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    Microsoft.Build.Tasks.v4.0.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,070,896 22-Jan-2012 00:11
    Microsoft.CSharp.targets 13,031 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    Microsoft.VisualBasic.targets 13,630 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    PerfCounters.ini 154,222 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    System.Web.Extensions.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,863,464 22-Jan-2012 00:11
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,230,864 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.276 15,120 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.276 496,400 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    XamlBuildTask.dll 4.0.30319.276 109,336 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 360,736 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 372,008 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 257,312 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 366,368 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 375,080 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 263,456 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 288,544 21-Jan-2012 23:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 326,952 21-Jan-2012 23:17
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 199,968 21-Jan-2012 23:17
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 289,056 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,512 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 202,528 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 225,056 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 309,024 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 344,872 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 323,872 21-Jan-2012 22:07
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,112 21-Jan-2012 22:08
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 231,200 21-Jan-2012 22:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 438,560 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 424,232 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 320,800 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 317,216 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 228,640 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 311,072 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,336 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 354,088 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 233,760 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,328 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 367,400 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 244,000 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 327,968 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 359,208 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 236,832 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 315,680 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 226,080 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,504 21-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 356,648 21-Jan-2012 19:47
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 236,320 21-Jan-2012 19:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 313,120 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 352,040 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 226,592 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 301,344 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 339,240 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 213,792 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,848 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,624 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 228,640 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 345,896 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 227,104 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 316,704 21-Jan-2012 18:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 349,480 21-Jan-2012 18:27
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 227,616 21-Jan-2012 18:27
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,864 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,872 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 292,128 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 310,048 21-Jan-2012 17:53
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 21-Jan-2012 17:54
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 218,400 21-Jan-2012 17:54
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 307,488 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,848 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    For all supported x64-based versions of Windows for GDR service branch
    Collapse this tableExpand this table
    File name File version File size Date Time
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.276 3,236,608 22-Jan-2012 09:32
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.276 2,262,784 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.276 9,793,280 22-Jan-2012 09:31
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,727,424 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,515,792 22-Jan-2012 09:32
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,143,568 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,455,376 22-Jan-2012 09:32
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.276 957,200 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.276 4,970,768 22-Jan-2012 09:32
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,201,168 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.276 68,880 22-Jan-2012 09:32
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.276 57,616 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,825,952 22-Jan-2012 09:33
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,790,112 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    PresentationFramework.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,429,992 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.276 261,912 22-Jan-2012 09:33
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.276 192,792 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.276 598,784 22-Jan-2012 09:32
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.276 518,400 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 22-Jan-2012 02:37
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 21-Jan-2012 17:27
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 22-Jan-2012 02:37
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 21-Jan-2012 17:27
    System.Activities.Core.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.276 619,328 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,269,536 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.276 126,272 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,559,864 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.IdentityModel.dll 4.0.30319.276 398,120 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Net.dll 4.0.30319.276 237,840 22-Jan-2012 01:36
    System.Runtime.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.276 357,696 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Runtime.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,039,160 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.276 537,912 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.ServiceModel.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,102,816 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,174,160 22-Jan-2012 09:33
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,027,216 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.Deployment.dll 4.0.30319.276 840,992 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,512,072 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.XML.dll 4.0.30319.276 2,208,528 22-Jan-2012 01:36
    WindowsBase.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,369,872 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    System.Xml.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.276 12,080 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.276 41,744 22-Jan-2012 09:12
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.276 33,552 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    Microsoft.Build.Tasks.v4.0.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,070,896 22-Jan-2012 00:11
    Microsoft.CSharp.targets 13,031 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    Microsoft.VisualBasic.targets 13,630 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 22-Jan-2012 09:08
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    PerfCounters.ini 154,222 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    System.Web.Extensions.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,863,464 22-Jan-2012 00:11
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,200,656 22-Jan-2012 09:12
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,230,864 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.276 16,656 22-Jan-2012 09:12
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.276 15,120 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.276 721,680 22-Jan-2012 09:12
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.276 496,400 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    XamlBuildTask.dll 4.0.30319.276 109,336 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 360,736 22-Jan-2012 08:54
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 360,736 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 372,008 22-Jan-2012 08:55
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 372,008 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 257,312 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 366,368 22-Jan-2012 08:37
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 366,368 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 375,080 22-Jan-2012 08:38
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 375,080 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 263,456 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 288,544 22-Jan-2012 08:18
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 288,544 21-Jan-2012 23:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 326,952 22-Jan-2012 08:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 326,952 21-Jan-2012 23:17
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 199,968 21-Jan-2012 23:17
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 289,056 22-Jan-2012 08:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 289,056 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,512 22-Jan-2012 08:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,512 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 202,528 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 22-Jan-2012 07:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 22-Jan-2012 07:47
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 225,056 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 309,024 22-Jan-2012 07:30
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 309,024 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 344,872 22-Jan-2012 07:30
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 344,872 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 323,872 22-Jan-2012 07:14
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 323,872 21-Jan-2012 22:07
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,112 22-Jan-2012 07:14
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,112 21-Jan-2012 22:08
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 231,200 21-Jan-2012 22:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 438,560 22-Jan-2012 06:56
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 438,560 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 424,232 22-Jan-2012 06:56
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 424,232 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 320,800 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 317,216 22-Jan-2012 06:39
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 317,216 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 22-Jan-2012 06:40
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 228,640 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 311,072 22-Jan-2012 06:24
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 311,072 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 22-Jan-2012 06:24
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,336 22-Jan-2012 06:06
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,336 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 354,088 22-Jan-2012 06:06
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 354,088 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 233,760 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,328 22-Jan-2012 05:51
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,328 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 367,400 22-Jan-2012 05:51
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 367,400 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 244,000 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 327,968 22-Jan-2012 05:34
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 327,968 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 359,208 22-Jan-2012 05:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 359,208 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 236,832 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 315,680 22-Jan-2012 05:19
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 315,680 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 22-Jan-2012 05:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 226,080 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,504 22-Jan-2012 05:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,504 21-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 356,648 22-Jan-2012 05:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 356,648 21-Jan-2012 19:47
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 236,320 21-Jan-2012 19:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 313,120 22-Jan-2012 04:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 313,120 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 352,040 22-Jan-2012 04:47
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 352,040 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 226,592 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 301,344 22-Jan-2012 04:32
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 301,344 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 339,240 22-Jan-2012 04:32
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 339,240 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 213,792 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,848 22-Jan-2012 04:15
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,848 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,624 22-Jan-2012 04:15
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,624 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 228,640 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 22-Jan-2012 04:00
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 345,896 22-Jan-2012 04:00
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 345,896 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 227,104 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 316,704 22-Jan-2012 03:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 316,704 21-Jan-2012 18:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 349,480 22-Jan-2012 03:43
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 349,480 21-Jan-2012 18:27
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 227,616 21-Jan-2012 18:27
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,864 22-Jan-2012 03:27
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,864 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,872 22-Jan-2012 03:27
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,872 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 292,128 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 310,048 22-Jan-2012 03:06
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 310,048 21-Jan-2012 17:53
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 22-Jan-2012 03:06
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 21-Jan-2012 17:54
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 218,400 21-Jan-2012 17:54
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 307,488 22-Jan-2012 02:43
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 307,488 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,848 22-Jan-2012 02:43
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,848 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    For all supported IA-64based versions of Windows for GDR service branch
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    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.276 6,429,440 22-Jan-2012 16:55
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.276 2,262,784 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.276 19,368,704 22-Jan-2012 16:54
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,727,424 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,759,888 22-Jan-2012 16:54
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,143,568 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,296,528 22-Jan-2012 16:54
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.276 957,200 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.276 4,469,008 22-Jan-2012 16:54
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,201,168 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.276 145,168 22-Jan-2012 16:55
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.276 57,616 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,790,112 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    PresentationFramework.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,429,992 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.276 545,560 22-Jan-2012 16:56
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.276 192,792 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,204,480 22-Jan-2012 16:55
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.276 518,400 22-Jan-2012 01:34
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 22-Jan-2012 10:34
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 21-Jan-2012 17:27
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 22-Jan-2012 10:34
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 21-Jan-2012 17:27
    System.Activities.Core.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.276 619,328 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,269,536 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.276 126,272 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Activities.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,559,864 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.IdentityModel.dll 4.0.30319.276 398,120 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Net.dll 4.0.30319.276 237,840 22-Jan-2012 01:36
    System.Runtime.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.276 357,696 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Runtime.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,039,160 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.276 537,912 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.ServiceModel.dll 4.0.30319.276 6,102,816 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,365,648 22-Jan-2012 16:55
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,027,216 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.Deployment.dll 4.0.30319.276 840,992 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.dll 4.0.30319.276 3,512,072 22-Jan-2012 01:35
    System.XML.dll 4.0.30319.276 2,208,528 22-Jan-2012 01:36
    WindowsBase.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,369,872 22-Jan-2012 01:38
    System.Xml.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.276 12,080 22-Jan-2012 01:37
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.276 81,168 22-Jan-2012 16:37
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.276 33,552 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    Microsoft.Build.Tasks.v4.0.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,070,896 22-Jan-2012 00:11
    Microsoft.CSharp.targets 13,031 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    Microsoft.VisualBasic.targets 13,630 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 22-Jan-2012 16:33
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    PerfCounters.ini 154,222 22-Jan-2012 00:04
    System.Web.Extensions.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,863,464 22-Jan-2012 00:11
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.276 4,819,728 22-Jan-2012 16:37
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.276 5,230,864 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.276 26,384 22-Jan-2012 16:37
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.276 15,120 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.276 1,341,712 22-Jan-2012 16:37
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.276 496,400 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    XamlBuildTask.dll 4.0.30319.276 109,336 22-Jan-2012 00:12
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 360,736 22-Jan-2012 16:24
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 360,736 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 372,008 22-Jan-2012 16:24
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 372,008 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 257,312 21-Jan-2012 23:52
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 366,368 22-Jan-2012 16:10
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 366,368 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 375,080 22-Jan-2012 16:10
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 375,080 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 263,456 21-Jan-2012 23:34
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 288,544 22-Jan-2012 15:51
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 288,544 21-Jan-2012 23:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 326,952 22-Jan-2012 15:51
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 326,952 21-Jan-2012 23:17
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 199,968 21-Jan-2012 23:17
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 289,056 22-Jan-2012 15:35
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 289,056 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,512 22-Jan-2012 15:35
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,512 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 202,528 21-Jan-2012 22:59
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 22-Jan-2012 15:21
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 22-Jan-2012 15:21
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 225,056 21-Jan-2012 22:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 309,024 22-Jan-2012 15:04
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 309,024 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 344,872 22-Jan-2012 15:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 344,872 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 22:26
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 323,872 22-Jan-2012 14:49
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 323,872 21-Jan-2012 22:07
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,112 22-Jan-2012 14:49
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,112 21-Jan-2012 22:08
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 231,200 21-Jan-2012 22:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 438,560 22-Jan-2012 14:35
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 438,560 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 424,232 22-Jan-2012 14:35
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 424,232 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 320,800 21-Jan-2012 21:50
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 317,216 22-Jan-2012 14:18
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 317,216 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 22-Jan-2012 14:18
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 228,640 21-Jan-2012 21:31
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 311,072 22-Jan-2012 14:04
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 311,072 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 22-Jan-2012 14:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 21:16
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,336 22-Jan-2012 13:50
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,336 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 354,088 22-Jan-2012 13:50
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 354,088 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 233,760 21-Jan-2012 20:58
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,328 22-Jan-2012 13:36
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,328 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 367,400 22-Jan-2012 13:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 367,400 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 244,000 21-Jan-2012 20:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 327,968 22-Jan-2012 13:19
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 327,968 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 359,208 22-Jan-2012 13:20
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 359,208 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 236,832 21-Jan-2012 20:21
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 315,680 22-Jan-2012 13:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 315,680 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 22-Jan-2012 13:05
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 348,456 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 226,080 21-Jan-2012 20:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,504 22-Jan-2012 12:49
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 329,504 21-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 356,648 22-Jan-2012 12:49
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 356,648 21-Jan-2012 19:47
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 236,320 21-Jan-2012 19:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 313,120 22-Jan-2012 12:35
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 313,120 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 352,040 22-Jan-2012 12:35
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 352,040 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 226,592 21-Jan-2012 19:29
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 301,344 22-Jan-2012 12:19
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 301,344 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 339,240 22-Jan-2012 12:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 339,240 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 213,792 21-Jan-2012 19:12
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,848 22-Jan-2012 12:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 322,848 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,624 22-Jan-2012 12:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 355,624 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 228,640 21-Jan-2012 18:57
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 22-Jan-2012 11:46
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 314,144 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 345,896 22-Jan-2012 11:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 345,896 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 227,104 21-Jan-2012 18:42
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 316,704 22-Jan-2012 11:30
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 316,704 21-Jan-2012 18:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 349,480 22-Jan-2012 11:30
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 349,480 21-Jan-2012 18:27
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 227,616 21-Jan-2012 18:27
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,864 22-Jan-2012 11:16
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,864 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,872 22-Jan-2012 11:16
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 408,872 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 292,128 21-Jan-2012 18:09
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 310,048 22-Jan-2012 10:57
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 310,048 21-Jan-2012 17:53
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 22-Jan-2012 10:58
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 342,312 21-Jan-2012 17:54
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 218,400 21-Jan-2012 17:54
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 307,488 22-Jan-2012 10:39
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 307,488 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,848 22-Jan-2012 10:39
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 343,848 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.276 219,936 21-Jan-2012 17:34
    For all supported x86-based versions of Windows for LDR service branch
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    File name File version File size Date Time
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.551 2,262,272 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,727,424 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,143,568 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.551 956,688 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,202,192 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.551 57,104 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,792,160 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    PresentationFramework.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,432,552 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.551 192,792 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    Setup.exe 10.0.30319.551 79,112 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SetupEngine.dll 10.0.30319.551 810,768 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SetupUi.dll 10.0.30319.551 296,712 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.551 517,888 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 20-Jan-2012 15:02
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 20-Jan-2012 15:02
    System.Activities.Core.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.551 619,328 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,272,608 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.551 126,272 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,559,864 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.IdentityModel.dll 4.0.30319.551 398,632 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Net.dll 4.0.30319.551 237,840 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    System.Runtime.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.551 357,696 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Runtime.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,039,160 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.551 537,912 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.ServiceModel.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,115,616 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,027,728 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.Data.SqlXml.dll 4.0.30319.551 752,928 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.Deployment.dll 4.0.30319.551 840,992 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,512,584 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.XML.dll 4.0.30319.551 2,208,528 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    WindowsBase.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,372,432 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    System.Xml.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.551 12,080 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.551 33,552 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    Microsoft.Build.Tasks.v4.0.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,070,896 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    Microsoft.CSharp.targets 13,031 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    Microsoft.VisualBasic.targets 13,630 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    PerfCounters.ini 154,222 20-Jan-2012 22:03
    System.Web.Extensions.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,863,976 20-Jan-2012 22:07
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,231,888 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.551 15,120 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.551 496,400 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    XamlBuildTask.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,336 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 360,736 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 372,008 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 40,248 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 257,312 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 119,624 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 180,520 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 366,368 20-Jan-2012 21:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 375,080 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 39,736 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 263,456 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 120,136 20-Jan-2012 21:36
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 182,056 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 288,544 20-Jan-2012 21:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 326,952 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 33,080 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 199,968 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 94,536 20-Jan-2012 21:19
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 142,120 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 289,056 20-Jan-2012 21:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,512 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 32,568 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 202,528 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 93,512 20-Jan-2012 21:04
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 142,632 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 225,056 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 100,168 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 155,432 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 309,024 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 344,872 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,128 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 101,192 20-Jan-2012 20:24
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 153,896 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 323,872 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 355,112 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 36,664 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 231,200 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 108,360 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 162,600 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 438,560 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 424,232 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 47,416 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 320,800 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 150,344 20-Jan-2012 19:45
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 227,624 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 317,216 20-Jan-2012 19:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 228,640 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 105,288 20-Jan-2012 19:26
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 159,016 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 311,072 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 342,312 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 100,168 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 152,360 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 322,336 20-Jan-2012 18:47
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 354,088 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 36,152 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 233,760 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 108,360 20-Jan-2012 18:47
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 163,624 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 343,328 20-Jan-2012 18:28
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 367,400 20-Jan-2012 18:29
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 39,224 20-Jan-2012 18:29
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 244,000 20-Jan-2012 18:28
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 119,112 20-Jan-2012 18:28
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 174,888 20-Jan-2012 18:29
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 327,968 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 359,208 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 37,176 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 236,832 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,384 20-Jan-2012 18:13
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 167,720 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 315,680 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 226,080 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 103,752 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 159,016 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,504 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 356,648 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 37,176 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 236,320 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,896 20-Jan-2012 17:35
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 167,720 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 313,120 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 352,040 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,128 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 226,592 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 102,728 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 158,504 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 301,344 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 339,240 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 213,792 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 97,608 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 150,312 20-Jan-2012 17:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 322,848 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 355,624 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 36,152 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 228,640 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,384 20-Jan-2012 16:46
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 166,184 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 345,896 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 16:28
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 227,104 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 101,704 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 156,456 20-Jan-2012 16:28
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 316,704 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 349,480 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 227,616 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 104,776 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 160,040 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 408,864 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 408,872 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 43,832 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 292,128 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 139,592 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 212,776 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 310,048 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 342,312 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,616 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 218,400 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 98,120 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 153,384 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 307,488 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 343,848 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,616 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 101,704 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 153,384 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    For all supported x64-based versions of Windows for LDR service branch
    Collapse this tableExpand this table
    File name File version File size Date Time
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.551 3,237,120 21-Jan-2012 06:30
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.551 2,262,272 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.551 9,792,768 21-Jan-2012 06:29
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,727,424 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,515,792 21-Jan-2012 06:29
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,143,568 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,455,376 21-Jan-2012 06:29
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.551 956,688 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.551 4,971,792 21-Jan-2012 06:29
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,202,192 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.551 68,368 21-Jan-2012 06:29
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.551 57,104 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,827,488 21-Jan-2012 06:30
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,792,160 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    PresentationFramework.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,432,552 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.551 261,912 21-Jan-2012 06:30
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.551 192,792 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    Setup.exe 10.0.30319.551 79,112 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SetupEngine.dll 10.0.30319.551 810,768 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SetupUi.dll 10.0.30319.551 296,712 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.551 598,784 21-Jan-2012 06:29
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.551 517,888 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 21-Jan-2012 00:04
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 20-Jan-2012 15:02
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 21-Jan-2012 00:04
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 20-Jan-2012 15:02
    System.Activities.Core.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.551 619,328 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,272,608 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.551 126,272 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,559,864 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.IdentityModel.dll 4.0.30319.551 398,632 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Net.dll 4.0.30319.551 237,840 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    System.Runtime.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.551 357,696 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Runtime.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,039,160 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.551 537,912 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.ServiceModel.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,115,616 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,174,160 21-Jan-2012 06:30
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,027,728 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.Data.SqlXml.dll 4.0.30319.551 752,928 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.Deployment.dll 4.0.30319.551 840,992 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,512,584 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.XML.dll 4.0.30319.551 2,208,528 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    WindowsBase.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,372,432 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    System.Xml.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.551 12,080 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.551 41,744 21-Jan-2012 06:12
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.551 33,552 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    Microsoft.Build.Tasks.v4.0.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,070,896 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    Microsoft.CSharp.targets 13,031 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    Microsoft.VisualBasic.targets 13,630 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 21-Jan-2012 06:09
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    PerfCounters.ini 154,222 20-Jan-2012 22:03
    System.Web.Extensions.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,863,976 20-Jan-2012 22:07
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,201,168 21-Jan-2012 06:12
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,231,888 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.551 16,656 21-Jan-2012 06:13
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.551 15,120 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.551 721,680 21-Jan-2012 06:13
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.551 496,400 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    XamlBuildTask.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,336 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 360,736 21-Jan-2012 05:59
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 360,736 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 372,008 21-Jan-2012 05:59
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 372,008 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 40,248 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 257,312 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 119,624 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 180,520 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 366,368 21-Jan-2012 05:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 366,368 20-Jan-2012 21:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 375,080 21-Jan-2012 05:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 375,080 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 39,736 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 263,456 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 120,136 20-Jan-2012 21:36
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 182,056 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 288,544 21-Jan-2012 05:30
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 288,544 20-Jan-2012 21:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 326,952 21-Jan-2012 05:30
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 326,952 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 33,080 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 199,968 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 94,536 20-Jan-2012 21:19
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 142,120 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 289,056 21-Jan-2012 05:13
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 289,056 20-Jan-2012 21:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,512 21-Jan-2012 05:14
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,512 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 32,568 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 202,528 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 93,512 20-Jan-2012 21:04
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 142,632 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 21-Jan-2012 04:59
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 21-Jan-2012 04:59
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 225,056 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 100,168 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 155,432 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 309,024 21-Jan-2012 04:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 309,024 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 344,872 21-Jan-2012 04:45
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 344,872 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,128 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 101,192 20-Jan-2012 20:24
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 153,896 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 323,872 21-Jan-2012 04:25
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 323,872 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 355,112 21-Jan-2012 04:25
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 355,112 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 36,664 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 231,200 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 108,360 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 162,600 20-Jan-2012 20:07
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 438,560 21-Jan-2012 04:10
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 438,560 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 424,232 21-Jan-2012 04:10
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 424,232 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 47,416 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 320,800 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 150,344 20-Jan-2012 19:45
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 227,624 20-Jan-2012 19:46
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 317,216 21-Jan-2012 03:53
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 317,216 20-Jan-2012 19:26
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 21-Jan-2012 03:53
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 228,640 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 105,288 20-Jan-2012 19:26
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 159,016 20-Jan-2012 19:27
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 311,072 21-Jan-2012 03:36
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 311,072 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 342,312 21-Jan-2012 03:37
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 342,312 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 100,168 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 152,360 20-Jan-2012 19:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 322,336 21-Jan-2012 03:21
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 322,336 20-Jan-2012 18:47
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 354,088 21-Jan-2012 03:21
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 354,088 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 36,152 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 233,760 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 108,360 20-Jan-2012 18:47
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 163,624 20-Jan-2012 18:48
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 343,328 21-Jan-2012 03:07
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 343,328 20-Jan-2012 18:28
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 367,400 21-Jan-2012 03:07
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 367,400 20-Jan-2012 18:29
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 39,224 20-Jan-2012 18:29
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 244,000 20-Jan-2012 18:28
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 119,112 20-Jan-2012 18:28
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 174,888 20-Jan-2012 18:29
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 327,968 21-Jan-2012 02:50
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 327,968 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 359,208 21-Jan-2012 02:50
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 359,208 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 37,176 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 236,832 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,384 20-Jan-2012 18:13
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 167,720 20-Jan-2012 18:14
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 315,680 21-Jan-2012 02:35
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 315,680 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 21-Jan-2012 02:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 226,080 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 103,752 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 159,016 20-Jan-2012 17:55
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,504 21-Jan-2012 02:17
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,504 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 356,648 21-Jan-2012 02:17
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 356,648 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 37,176 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 236,320 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,896 20-Jan-2012 17:35
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 167,720 20-Jan-2012 17:36
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 313,120 21-Jan-2012 02:02
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 313,120 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 352,040 21-Jan-2012 02:02
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 352,040 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,128 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 226,592 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 102,728 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 158,504 20-Jan-2012 17:19
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 301,344 21-Jan-2012 01:46
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 301,344 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 339,240 21-Jan-2012 01:46
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 339,240 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 213,792 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 97,608 20-Jan-2012 17:04
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 150,312 20-Jan-2012 17:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 322,848 21-Jan-2012 01:31
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 322,848 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 355,624 21-Jan-2012 01:31
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 355,624 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 36,152 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 228,640 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,384 20-Jan-2012 16:46
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 166,184 20-Jan-2012 16:47
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 21-Jan-2012 01:17
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 345,896 21-Jan-2012 01:17
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 345,896 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 16:28
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 227,104 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 101,704 20-Jan-2012 16:27
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 156,456 20-Jan-2012 16:28
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 316,704 21-Jan-2012 01:00
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 316,704 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 349,480 21-Jan-2012 01:00
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 349,480 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,640 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 227,616 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 104,776 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 160,040 20-Jan-2012 16:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 408,864 21-Jan-2012 00:45
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 408,864 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 408,872 21-Jan-2012 00:45
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 408,872 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 43,832 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 292,128 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 139,592 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 212,776 20-Jan-2012 15:49
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 310,048 21-Jan-2012 00:28
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 310,048 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 342,312 21-Jan-2012 00:28
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 342,312 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,616 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 218,400 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 98,120 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 153,384 20-Jan-2012 15:32
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 307,488 21-Jan-2012 00:09
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 307,488 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 343,848 21-Jan-2012 00:09
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 343,848 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,616 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 101,704 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 153,384 20-Jan-2012 15:11
    Forall supported IA-64based versions of Windows for LDR service branch
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    File name File version File size Date Time
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.551 6,429,952 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    vbc.exe 10.0.30319.551 2,262,272 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.551 19,368,704 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    clr.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,727,424 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,759,376 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    mscordacwks.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,143,568 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,296,528 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    mscordbi.dll 4.0.30319.551 956,688 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.551 4,470,032 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    mscorlib.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,202,192 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.551 144,144 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    nlssorting.dll 4.0.30319.551 57,104 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    PresentationCore.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,792,160 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    PresentationFramework.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,432,552 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.551 545,560 21-Jan-2012 13:13
    ServiceModelReg.exe 4.0.30319.551 192,792 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    Setup.exe 10.0.30319.551 79,112 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SetupEngine.dll 10.0.30319.551 810,768 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SetupUi.dll 10.0.30319.551 296,712 20-Jan-2012 15:10
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,203,968 21-Jan-2012 13:12
    SOS.dll 4.0.30319.551 517,888 20-Jan-2012 22:37
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 21-Jan-2012 07:02
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreLogic.sql 51,063 20-Jan-2012 15:02
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 21-Jan-2012 07:02
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreSchema.sql 23,739 20-Jan-2012 15:02
    System.Activities.Core.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.551 619,328 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,272,608 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.551 126,272 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Activities.Presentation.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,559,864 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.IdentityModel.dll 4.0.30319.551 398,632 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Net.dll 4.0.30319.551 237,840 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    System.Runtime.DurableInstancing.dll 4.0.30319.551 357,696 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Runtime.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,039,160 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll 4.0.30319.551 537,912 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.ServiceModel.dll 4.0.30319.551 6,115,616 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,366,160 21-Jan-2012 13:13
    System.Data.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,027,728 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.Data.SqlXml.dll 4.0.30319.551 752,928 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.Deployment.dll 4.0.30319.551 840,992 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.dll 4.0.30319.551 3,512,584 20-Jan-2012 22:38
    System.XML.dll 4.0.30319.551 2,208,528 20-Jan-2012 22:39
    WindowsBase.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,372,432 20-Jan-2012 22:41
    System.Xml.Serialization.dll 4.0.30319.551 12,080 20-Jan-2012 22:40
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.551 81,168 21-Jan-2012 12:54
    aspnet_wp.exe 4.0.30319.551 33,552 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    Microsoft.Build.Tasks.v4.0.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,070,896 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    Microsoft.CSharp.targets 13,031 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    Microsoft.VisualBasic.targets 13,630 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 21-Jan-2012 12:50
    microsoft.build.commontypes.xsd 195,804 20-Jan-2012 22:02
    PerfCounters.ini 154,222 20-Jan-2012 22:03
    System.Web.Extensions.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,863,976 20-Jan-2012 22:07
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.551 4,820,752 21-Jan-2012 12:54
    System.Web.dll 4.0.30319.551 5,231,888 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.551 26,384 21-Jan-2012 12:54
    webengine.dll 4.0.30319.551 15,120 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.551 1,341,712 21-Jan-2012 12:54
    webengine4.dll 4.0.30319.551 496,400 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    XamlBuildTask.dll 4.0.30319.551 109,336 20-Jan-2012 22:08
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 360,736 21-Jan-2012 12:38
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 360,736 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 372,008 21-Jan-2012 12:38
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 372,008 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 40,248 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 257,312 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 119,624 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 180,520 20-Jan-2012 21:51
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 366,368 21-Jan-2012 12:22
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 366,368 20-Jan-2012 21:36
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 375,080 21-Jan-2012 12:22
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 375,080 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 39,736 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 263,456 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 120,136 20-Jan-2012 21:36
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 182,056 20-Jan-2012 21:37
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 288,544 21-Jan-2012 12:06
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 288,544 20-Jan-2012 21:19
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 326,952 21-Jan-2012 12:06
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 326,952 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 33,080 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 199,968 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 94,536 20-Jan-2012 21:19
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 142,120 20-Jan-2012 21:20
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 289,056 21-Jan-2012 11:50
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 289,056 20-Jan-2012 21:04
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,512 21-Jan-2012 11:51
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 329,512 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 32,568 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 202,528 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 93,512 20-Jan-2012 21:04
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 142,632 20-Jan-2012 21:05
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 21-Jan-2012 11:37
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 314,144 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 21-Jan-2012 11:37
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 348,456 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 34,104 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 225,056 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.RunTime.Serialization.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 100,168 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    System.xml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 155,432 20-Jan-2012 20:44
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 309,024 21-Jan-2012 11:21
    mscorlib.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 309,024 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 344,872 21-Jan-2012 11:21
    System.Data.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 344,872 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    system.data.sqlxml.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 35,128 20-Jan-2012 20:25
    System.resources.dll 4.0.30319.551 219,936 20-Jan-2012 20:25
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  • Virtual Chitchatting 2:24 AM on 2013/10/26 Permalink  

    when happiness is a matter of choice, criminal minds, season 9, episode 5 

    Jakarta, 2:23 AM 2013-10-26

    Some dialogues in:
    ♪ Criminal Minds 9×05 ♪
    Route 66
    Original Air Date on October 23, 2013


    you can’t always have your way, you know.
    Sometimes you just have to roll with it.
    Happiness is a choice.
    So choose.

    Get out of your head.
    The heart is the one that knows,
    so follow it.

    “kindred heart”


    “Life is a dream. Realize it.”
    Mother Teresa.


    ♪ Criminal Minds 9×05 ♪
    Route 66
    Original Air Date on October 23, 2013

    == sync, corrected by elderman ==
    @elder_man

    violent and ex-con

    The AMBER Alert is expanding?
    Oh, and check ViCAP for any recent armed robberies

    AMBER is officially a backronym for America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response, but was named for Amber Hagerman, a 9-year-old abducted and murdered in Arlington, Texas, in 1996.

    An AMBER Alert or a Child Abduction Emergency (SAME code: CAE) is a child abduction alert system. Originating in the United States in 1996, there are now similar systems in a number of other countries.

    The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) is a unit of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation responsible for the analysis of serial violent and sexual crimes, organizationally situated within the Critical Incident Response Group’s (CIRG) National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC).

    a forensic countermeasure
    His desperation’s making him irrational.
    He’s gonna get dangerous if he gets cornered.

    ======

    Starting lactated ringers, wide open.
    Systolic’s dropping.
    BP’s 90 over 60.
    What’s the prognosis?

    Torn adhesions from the stab wounds.
    He’ll need an exploratory laparotomy.
    Ah, he’s in V-fib.

    ============


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  • Virtual Chitchatting 5:17 PM on 2013/10/21 Permalink  

    FYP 2010DN 

    http://www.newark.com/jsp/search/productdetail.jsp?sku=50H4394

    Newark Part Number: 50H4394
    Price: $0.844/piece

    Manufacturer Name & Part Number: FAIRCHILD SEMICONDUCTOR FYPF2010DNTU

    Product Description:
    DIODE, RECTIFIER, 100V, 20A, TO220F-3; Diode Type:Standard Recovery; Diode Configuration:Common Cathode; Repetitive Reverse Voltage Vrrm Max:100V; Forward Current If(AV):20A; Forward Voltage VF Max:770mV; Diode Case Style:TO-220F ;RoHS Compliant: Yes


    http://www.datasheetarchive.com/*2010dn-datasheet.html

    Abstract:

    Introduction Fairchild offers a wide range of digital display solutions that increase power efficiency and decrease standby power- helping to meet the ever-increasing worldwide demand for energy conservation. Our products can help you meet the most stringent energy regulations including EnergyStar, 80 Plus and other standards specified by organizations such as the California Energy Commission (CEC), EU Code of Conduct, and Group for Energy Efficient Appliances (GEEA). As a long-time, lead …


    http://www.datasheet4u.com/datasheet/2/0/1/2010DN_FairchildSemiconductor.pdf.html

    FYP2010DN

    Features
    • Low forward voltage drop • High frequency properties and switching speed • Guard ring for over-voltage protection

    Applications
    • Switched mode power supply • Freewheeling diodes
    1 2 3

    TO-220

    1. Anode 2.Cathode 3. Anode

    SCHOTTKY BARRIER RECTIFIER
    Absolute Maximum Ratings TC=25°C unless otherwise noted °
    Symbol VRRM VR IF(AV) IFSM TJ, TSTG Parameter Maximum Repetitive Reverse Voltage Maximum DC Reverse Voltage Average Rectified Forward Current @ TC = 120°C Non-repetitive Peak Surge Current (per diode) 60Hz Single Half-Sine Wave Operating Junction and Storage Temperature Value 100 100 20 150 -65 to +150 Units V V A A °C

    Thermal Characteristics
    Symbol RθJC Parameter Maximum Thermal Resistance, Junction to Case (per diode) Value 1.7 Units °C/W

    Electrical Characteristics (per diode)
    Symbol VFM * Parameter Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage IF = 10A IF = 10A IF = 20A IF = 20A Maximum Instantaneous Reverse Current @ rated VR Value TC = 25 °C TC = 125 °C TC = 25 °C TC = 125 °C TC = 25 °C TC = 125 °C 0.77 0.65 0.75 mA 0.1 20 Units V

    IRM *

    • Pulse Test: Pulse Width=300µs, Duty Cycle=2%

    ©2002 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation

    Rev. A, September 2002

    FYP2010DN

    Typical Characteristics

    100

    10

    Forward Current, I F[A]

    10

    Reverse Current, IR[mA]

    1

    T J=125 C

    0.1

    TJ=75 C

    0.1

    0.01

    T J=25 C

    1E-3

    0.5

    1.0

    1.5

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    Forward Voltage Drop, VF[V]

    Reverse Voltage, VR[V]

    Figure 1. Typical Forward Voltage Characteristics (per diode)

    Figure 2. Typical Reverse Current vs. Reverse Voltage (per diode)

    10
    1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200

    TJ=25 C

    Juntion Capacitance, C J[pF]

    100 90 80 0 20 40 60 80 100

    100µ

    1m

    10m

    100m

    1

    10

    Reverse Voltage, VR[V]

    Pulse Duration [s]

    Figure 3. Typical Junction Capacitance (per diode)

    Figure 4. Thermal Impedance Characteristics (per diode)

    25

    250

    Average Forward Current, IF(AV)[A]

    DC
    20

    Max. Forward Surge Current, I FSM[A]
    80 100

    15

    150

    10

    100

    5

    50

    0 0 20 40 60 120 140 160

    0 1 10 100

    Case Temperature, T C [ C]

    Number of Cycles @ 60Hz

    Figure 5. Forward Current Derating Curve

    Figure 6. Non-Repetive Surge Current (per diode)

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    Rev. A, September 2002

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    Package Dimensions

    TO-220
    9.90 ±0.20
    1.30 ±0.10 2.80 ±0.10

    4.50 ±0.20

    (8.70) ø3.60 ±0.10

    (1.70)

    1.30 -0.05

    +0.10

    9.20 ±0.20

    (1.46)

    13.08 ±0.20

    (1.00)

    (3.00)

    15.90 ±0.20

    1.27 ±0.10

    1.52 ±0.10

    0.80 ±0.10 2.54TYP [2.54 ±0.20] 2.54TYP [2.54 ±0.20]

    10.08 ±0.30

    18.95MAX.

    (3.70)

    (45° )

    0.50 -0.05

    +0.10

    2.40 ±0.20

    10.00 ±0.20

    Dimensions in Millimeters
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    … JC Electrical Characteristics Symbol V Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage * FM I Maximum Instantaneous Reverse Current * RM * Pulse Test: Pulse Width=300 s, Duty Cycle 2% ©2002 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation FYP2010DN TO-220 =25 C unless otherwise noted C Parameter @ T = 120 C C 60Hz Single Half-Sine Wave Parameter (per diode) Parameter …

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    … Reverse Voltage, V Figure 3. Typical Junction Capacitance (per diode Case Temperature, T Figure 5. Forward Current Derating Curve ©2002 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation o =125 = = 1.0 1 …

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    Reformasi 1998 berhasil menciptakan raja-raja kecil di daerah atas nama desentralisasi, otonomi daerah, crony capitalisms

    by S3ra Sutan Rajo Ali
    Jakarta, 18:25 PM 2013-10-18

    http://mayachitchatting.wordpress.com/2013/07/20/buah-pemerintahan-demokrasi-dan-liberalisme/


    Gurita Politik Kekerabatan
    Koran Sindo, 18 Oktober 2013, hal.6-7

    Dinasti politik bukan cuma dibangun keluarga besar Gubernur Banten Ratu Atut Chosiyah. Fakta menunjukkan tabiat memupuk, melanggengkan, dan mewariskan kekuasaan itu terjadi di banyak daerah, mulai Lampung hingga Maluku.

    Amat wajar bila Menteri Dalam Negeri Gamawan Fauzi mewacanakan untuk membatasi keluarga dari pejabat incumbent dalam mencalonkan diri di pemilihan kepala daerah.

    Tidak dimungkiri, politik kekerabatan sering dicap sebagai cermin keserakahan atas kekuasaan.

    Hubungan kekerabatan dalam jabatan kepala daerah / wakil kepala daerah

    Sumut:

    1. Bachrum Harahap
      1. Bupati Padang Lawas Utara
      2. Ayah kandung dari Walikota Padang Sidempuan
    2. Andar Amin Harahap
      1. Walikota Padang Sidempuan
      2. Anak Bupati Padang Lawas Utara

    Jambi:

    1. Zumi Zola Zulkifli
      1. Bupati Tanjung Jabung Timur
      2. Anak Mantan Gubernur Jambi
    2. Kemas Muhammad
      1. Wakil Bupati Muaro Jambi
      2. Menantu Gubernur Jambi

    Lampung:

    1. Sjachroedin
      1. Gubernur Lampung
      2. Ayah dari Bupati Lampung Selatan
    2. Rycko Menoza
      1. Bupati Lampung Selatan
      2. Anak dari Gubernur Lampung
    3. Handitya Narapati
      1. Wakil Bupati Pringsewu
      2. Anak Mantan Bupati Pringsewu

    Banten:

    1. Ratu Atut Chosiyah
      1. Gubernur Banten
    2. Hikmat Tomet
      1. Suami Gubernur Banten
      2. Anggota DPR, Komisi V
      3. Ketua DPD I, Partai Golkar Banten
      4. Caleg DPR 2014 dari Dapil Pandeglang-Lebak
    3. Andika Hazrumy
      1. Anak Pertama Ratu Atut
      2. Anggota DPR
      3. Caleg DPR 2014 dari Dapil Pandeglang-Lebak
    4. Ade Rosi Khairunnisa
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      2. Istri Andika Hazrumy
      3. Wakil Ketua DPRD Serang
      4. Caleg DPRD Banten
    5. Andiara Aprilia Hikmat
      1. Anak Ratu Atut
      2. Anggota DPD Banten
    6. Ratu Tatu Chasanah
      1. Adik Kandung Ratu Atut
      2. Wakil Bupati Serang
    7. Aden Abdul Cholik
      1. Adik Ipar Ratu Atut
      2. Anggota DPRD Banten
    8. Tubagus Haerul Jaman
      1. Adik Tiri Ratu Atut
      2. Walikota Serang
    9. Heryani
      1. Ibu Tiri Ratu Atut
      2. Wakil Bupati Pandeglang

    Jabar:

    1. Neneng Hasanah Yasin
      1. Bupati Bekasi
      2. Mantu Mantan Bupati Bekasi
    2. Anna Sophanah
      1. Bupati Indramayu
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Indramayu
    3. Ati Suharti
      1. Walikota Cimahi
      2. Istri Mantan Walikota Cimahi

    Jateng:

    1. Widya Kandi Susanti
      1. Bupati Kendal
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Kendal
    2. Sri Hartini
      1. Wakil Bupati Klaten
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Klaten
      3. Ibu dari anggota DPRD Klaten
    3. Ikmal Jaya
      1. Walikota Tegal
      2. Adik dari Bupati Brebes
      3. Kakak Wakil Bupati Pemalang

    DIY:

    1. Sri Suryawidati
      1. Bupati Bantul
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Bantul

    Jatim:

    1. Puput Tantriana Sari Aminuddin
      1. Bupati Probolinggo
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Probolinggo
    2. Haryati Sutrisno
      1. Bupati Kediri
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Kediri
    3. Mohammad Makmun Ibnu Fuad
      1. Bupati Bangkalan
      2. Anak Mantan Bupati Bangkalan

    NTB:

    1. Ferry Zulkarnain
      1. Bupati Bima
    2. Syafrudin M Nur
      1. Wakil Bupati Bima
      2. Bupati dan Wakil Bupati merupakan kakak-adik

    Kalteng:

    1. Supian Hadi
      1. Bupati Kota Waringin Timur
      2. Menantu Bupati Seruyan

    Kaltim:

    1. Rita Widyasari
      1. Bupati Kutai Kertanegara
      2. Anak Mantan Bupati Kutai Kertanegara

    Sulut:

    1. Sinyo Harry Sarundajang
      1. Gubernur Sulut
      2. Ayah dari Wakil Bupati Minahasa
    2. Ivan SJ Sarundajang
      1. Wakil Bupati Minahasa
      2. Anak Gubernur Sulut
    3. Harley Alfredo Benfica Mangindaan
      1. Wakil Walikota Manado
      2. Anak Mantan Gubernur Sulut

    Sulsel:

    1. Syahrul Yasin Limpo
      1. Gubernur Sulsel
      2. Kakak Kandung Bupati Gowa
    2. Ichsan Yasin Limpo
      1. Bupati Gowa
      2. Adik Gubernur Sulsel
    3. Andi Idris Syukur
      1. Bupati Barru
      2. Anak Mantan Bupati Barru
    4. Adelheid Sosang
      1. Wakil Bupati Tana Toraja
      2. Istri Mantan Bupati Tana Toraja
    5. Natsir Ibrahim
      1. Wakil Bupati Takalar
      2. Anak Mantan Bupati Takalar

    Maluku:

    1. Tuasikal Abua
      1. Bupati Maluku Tengah
      2. Kakak Mantan Bupati Maluku Tengah Abdullah Tuasika

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  • Virtual Chitchatting 11:12 AM on 2013/10/11 Permalink  

    Strategi menghancurkan SBY, sang durno yang masih menjalankan psy-ops dalam mengubur hidup-hidup musuh-musuh politiknya 

    Strategi menghancurkan SBY, sang durno yang masih menjalankan psy-ops (operasi intelijen psikologis) dalam rangka mengubur hidup-hidup musuh-musuh politiknya

    by S3ra Sutan Rajo Ali
    Jakarta, 10 Oktober 2013


    http://istilahkata.com/durno.html

    durno

    Definisi durno, Pengertian durno atau arti dari durno serta istilah durno atau Sinonim dari kata durno adalah:

    dur·no n (dikatakan tt) orang yg suka menghasut, memfitnah, berbuat licik, mengadu domba, dsb (berbuat spt Durno dl cerita wayang)

    Rekomendasi
    dorna – dor·na n orang yg suka menghasut atau membangkit perselisihan, mengadudombakan dsb (bertabiat spt…
    dalang – da·lang n 1 orang yg memainkan wayang: – wayang kulit; – wayang golek;…
    jahat – ja·hat a sangat jelek, buruk; sangat tidak baik (tt kelakuan, tabiat, perbuatan): orang…
    wayang – wa·yang n 1 boneka tiruan orang yg terbuat dr pahatan kulit atau kayu…
    setan – se·tan /sétan/ n 1 roh jahat (yg selalu menggoda manusia supaya berlaku jahat);…
    kerucil – ke·ru·cil n wayang yg dibuat dr kayu pipih, biasanya untuk melakonkan cerita Panji,…
    risau (1) – 1ri·sau a buruk kelakuan (suka berbuat jahat); me·ri·sau v hidup dng tidak beraturan;…
    petilan – pe·til·an Jw n sebagian dr cerita lakon (pertunjukan wayang orang dsb)…
    durnois – dur·no·is 1 a bersikap (bersifat) spt durno; 2 n orang yg melakukan persekongkolan…
    gatal – ga·tal a 1 berasa sangat geli yg merangsang pd kulit tubuh (krn kutu…


    Dorna dalam Mahabharata

    Dalam wiracarita Mahabharata, Drona (Sanskerta: द्रोण, Droṇa) atau Dronacharya (Sanskerta: द्रोणाचार्य, Droṇāchārya) merupakan anak yang dibesarkan dari sperma bapaknya, Bharadwaja, yang keluar dan ditampung di dalam guci setelah melihat bidadari mandi (Joko Tarub?).

    Bharatayuddha merupakan puncak perselisihan antara para Pandawa dan Korawa dilatarbelakangi oleh ketidakpuasan para Pandawa atas sikap para Korawa yang menghalalkan segala cara agar tahta kerajaan Kuru tidak jatuh ke tangan Yudistira, sebagai putra mahkota tertua. Kresna bertindak sebagai juru damai, namun upaya perundingan gagal karena para Korawa-yang dipimpin Duryodana-tidak mau mengalah. Di samping itu, Duryodana senantiasa dihasut oleh pamannya, Sangkuni.

    Sewaktu muda, Durna bernama Kumbayana yang sangat sakti. Walau demikian, kesaktiannya berada jauh di bawah Gandamana (guru dari Raden Bratasena) yang memiliki kekuatan setara dengan seribu gajah. Kumbayana menjadi bulan-bulanan sehingga wajahnya rusak. Kumbayana ditolong oleh Sangkuni yang bernasib sama.

    Dalam Bharatayuddha, Drona berhasil dibunuh oleh Drestadyumna, anak Drupada.
    Drupada bersumpah untuk mendapatkan 2 anak:
    1. Drestadyumna, anak Durpada yang bisa membunuh Drona yang licik.
    2. Dropadi, anak yang menikahi Arjuna dan para Pandawa.

    Prinsip Drupada: “Persahabatan, adalah mungkin jika hanya terjadi antara dua orang dengan taraf hidup yang sama”.

    Kekuatan Dorna bertumpu pada Arjuna yang berstatus murid kesayangan.
    Kelemahan Dorna terletak pada kasih sayangnya yang berlebih terhadap Aswatama, anaknya.

    Prinsip Dorna, Sang Brahmana dan Begawan: “Hal yang membuatku lemas dan tidak mau mengangkat senjata adalah apabila mendengar suatu kabar bencana dari mulut seseorang yang kuakui kejujurannya”.

    Kelemahan dan prinsip Dorna dimanfaatkan Sri Kresna dengan menghembuskan isu kematian anak Dorna, Aswatama. Dalam kenyataannya, Aswatama yang mati adalah nama gajah yang dibunuh Bhima. Sementara Yudistira yang ‘jujur’ membenarkan bahwa Aswatama telah mati, tanpa mengklarifikasi yang mati itu anaknya Dorna atau gajah (“naro va, kunjaro va” – “entah gajah atau manusia”).

    Dalam Bharatayuddha, Dorna memimpin pasukan Korawa, menggantikan Bisma (kakek Pandawa-Kurawa) yang tewas pada hari kesepuluh oleh duet Srikandi dan Arjuna yang berpihak pada Pandawa. Bisma merasa bahwa Srikandi, anak Drupada, telah dilahirkan untuk membunuhnya.

    Drona mendapat amanat dari Duryodana untuk menangkap Yudistira hidup-hidup. Yudistira membenarkan Aswatama telah mati. Jawaban Yudistira itu membuat Drona jatuh lemas dan kehilangan semangat hidup. Ia membuang semua senjatanya dan duduk bermeditasi. Tiba-tiba saja Drestadyumna putera Drupada mendatanginya dan kemudian memenggal kepalanya dari belakang. Drona pun tewas seketika.

    Konon kematian Resi Drona akibat dendam Prabu Ekalaya, raja negara Parangggelung yang arwahnya menyatu dalam tubuh Drestadyumena.


    Yudistira (Sanskerta: युधिष्ठिर; Yudhiṣṭhira) merupakan sulung dari lima Pandawa. Sifat-sifat Yudistira tercermin dalam nama-nama julukannya, sebagaimana telah disebutkan di atas. Sifatnya yang paling menonjol adalah adil, sabar, jujur, taat terhadap ajaran agama, penuh percaya diri, dan berani berspekulasi.

    Beberapa julukan Yudistira:
    Ajataśatru, “yang tidak memiliki musuh”.
    Bhārata, “keturunan Maharaja Bharata”.
    Dharmawangsa atau Dharmaputra, “keturunan Dewa Dharma”.
    Kurumukhya, “pemuka bangsa Kuru”.
    Kurunandana, “kesayangan Dinasti Kuru”.
    Kurupati, “raja Dinasti Kuru”.
    Pandawa, “putera Pandu”.
    Partha, “putera Prita atau Kunti”.

    Dalam pewayangan Jawa, beberapa julukan untuk Yudistira:
    Puntadewa, “derajat keluhurannya setara para dewa”.
    Yudistira, “pandai memerangi nafsu pribadi”.
    Gunatalikrama, “pandai bertutur bahasa”.
    Samiaji, “menghormati orang lain bagai diri sendiri”.
    Darmakusuma


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    The GodFather: Membungkam Lawan dgn isu Korupsi & Terorisme
    Kamis, 10 Oct 2013

    JAKARTA (voa-islam) Satu persatu semua musuh politik Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono dan Partai Demokrat terseret kasus korupsi. Bukan suatu kebetulan apabila lawan politik habis diberangus KPK.

    SBY cukup pandai memainkan silent operation dalam memberangus dengan menggunakan isu korupsi dan terorisme yang telah menjadi momok menakutkan di Indonesia. Memang seorang presiden secara UU tidak bisa mencampuri yudikatif, akan tetapi ia pandai mengunakan perannya, presiden kita ini, dia mencampuri urusan yudikatif dengan “meminjam tangan2 orang yg berwenang” untuk menghajar lembaga yudikatif, eksekutif maupun legislatif.

    Johan Budi, juru bicara KPK menyatakan “Saya menyimpulkan, korupsi tidak berjalan sendirian, ada kerjasama antara Lembaga YUDIKATIF, LEGISLATIF, EKSEKUTIF dan PENGUSAHA.”

    Misalnya saja pusaran korupsi Partai Golkar ini, sedikit demi sedikit mulai menyeret dinasti Banten Chasan Sochib dan Ratu Atut. Dengan tertangkapnya Ketua MK Akil Mochtar yang berasal dari Partai Golkar, bersama kroni Golkar lainnya Chairunisa yang menjabat Bendahara MUI, Tubagus Chair Wardana alias Wawan Sochib yang merupakan adik kandung Gubernur Banten Ratu Atut, dan Bupati Gunung Mas, Kalimantan Tengah Gambit Bintih.

    Lalu pusaran kasus PDI-P mulai diangkat Ahok Center dan Kroni Jokowi yang disinyalir bagian dari pengusaha hitam pengemplang dana BLBI ratusan triliun, disebutlah Edward Suryajaya, lalu kroni lain James Riady yang di duga bagian dari intelejen Cina, lalu ada Djan Faridz dan tentunya keluarga Prabowo Subianto dan Hashim Djoyohadikusumo.

    Kongkalikong Bunda Putri dan Luthi Hasan Ishaq

    Berikutnya, dinasti PKS nampaknya menjelang ajal dan sulit meningkatkan elektabilitas dalam waktu cepat. Rusaknya reputasi dihantam dengan isu yang di benci Ibu-ibu di Indonesia, dibumbui perselingkuhan di luar nikah Fathanah dengan skandal seks artis porno majalah Popular Vitalia Sesha! Kasus korupsi PKS ini di setting dengan menyeret Luthi Hasan Ishaq dan Fathanah dengan isu memalukan yang lebih parah dari korupsi, yaitu poligami dibawah umur Darin Mumtazah maupun sepak terjang Don Juan Fathanah. Benar atau tidaknya kasus suap sapi import ini sudah bukan tujuan utama pelaku Spin doctor (agen pembuat & pengalihan isu), esensi yang terpenting berangus dan kendalikan persepsi publik atas pembunuhan karakter petinggi PKS menggunakan tangan perantara seperti Bunda Putri, dan misi berhasil, mission accomplished!

    Bunda Putri memiliki nama lengkap Non Saputri. Pengaruh Bunda Putri untuk membantu memuluskan proyek di berbagai Kementerian, tampaknya bukan isapan jempol semata. Menurut Luthfi, Bunda Putri memiliki informasi yang valid terkait kebijakan reshuffle karena dekat dengan SBY. Fathanah didakwa bersama-sama Luthfi menerima uang Rp 1,3 miliar dari PT Indoguna Utama terkait kepengurusan kuota impor daging sapi. Keduanya juga didakwa melakukan tindak pidana pencucian uang dengan menempatkan, mentransfer, mengalihkan, membayarkan, dan membelanjakan harta kekayaan.

    Luthfi mengungkapkan bahwa Bunda Putri adalah orang yang sangat dekat dengan Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY). Luthfi pernah mendatangi rumah Bunda Putri di Pondok Indah, Jakarta Selatan.

    Inilah smooth criminal ala SBY atas belitan skandal korupsi Demokrat, ia bereaksi dengan mengatakan partai lain lebih korup dari Demokrat dan dia akan membuktikan hal tersebut, dan bagaimana hari ini seluruh petinggi partai politik yang menyerang Demokrat mungkin hanya Hanura yang masih selamat, sebab yang lain mulai petinggi dari PKS, PPP, Golkar, PDI-P sudah terbongkar kasus korupsinya, bahkan termasuk skandal seks maupun narkoba mereka. Terakhir telah terjadi pengejaran dari sisi hukum terhadap Dinasti Banten yang merupakan pendukung Golkar dan PDI-P.

    Kasusnya jebakan batman sepertinya sama dengan kasus Antasari Azhar, hanya beda cara penjebakannya dan diprediksi kasus ini akan bertahan hingga pilpres. Presiden dan Abraham samad pun senang. Presiden selamat dari kasus century dan hambalang sedangkan Abraham Samad selamat dari janjinya yang akan mundur jika 1 tahun kerjanya di KPK tidak bisa membongkar century maka dia akan mundur

    SBY, dengan hanya bergerak di belakang layar saja mampu mendorong jalannya reformasi

    Dari sisi apapun jelas operasi senyap kubu SBY yang dilakukan intelejen lebih efektif dan efisien daripada operasi terbuka. Terbukti mayoritas lawan politik SBY hari ini mulai dibungkam melalui serangkaian operasi intelejen senyap yang mana tanpa mereka duga tiba-tiba mereka ditangkap oleh KPK atau aparat lain.

    Kisruh MK hari ini membuktikan pameo bahasa Inggris yang mengatakan “don’t judge book by it cover” dan bisa dibilang sejauh ini SBY adalah satu-satunya pewaris dinasti intelejen militer Indonesia yang pernah terkenal dan menjadi momok bagi sebagian rakyat Indonesia mulai dari Zulfikli Lubis, Ali Moertopo, sampai Benny Moerdani.

    Tinggal “Bobok Celengan” demikian istilah aparat dalam membongkar dan melemahkan jaringan koruptor. Tinggal menunggu waktu saja. Dalam setahun ini akan ada Conflict, Crisis, dan yang terakhir adalah Chaos! Nah, kalo sudah terjadi Chaos, tidak ada lagi hukum yang mampu mengendalikan negara dalam kondisi chaos, kecuali MILITER!

    Operasi Tangkap Ternyata Pengalihan Isu demi Godfather

    Lalu bagaimana dengan aktivis Islam? Saudara muslim yang aktif di dunia pergerakan dan dakwah terus menerus dimandulkan dengan isu deradikaliasi terorisme yang terus dihembuskan BNPT dan Densus 88.

    Bahkan BNPT akui penggerebekan teroris untuk pengalihan isu dan ternyata hal itu bukan omong kosong. Kepala Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Terorisme (BNPT) Ansyaad Mbai mengakui hal tersebut.

    “Perbandingan 80 persen dan 20 persen. 20 Persennya yang pengalihan isu, tetapi kalau di era Soeharto dulu persentasenya sangat tinggi,” ujar Ansyaad saat ditemui di ruangannya, Jumat (10/5) malam.

    Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Terorisme (BNPT) mengakui bahwa penggerebekan aktivis islam yang di tuduh teroris adalah pengalihan isu. Para teroris itu sebenarnya sudah dipantau cukup lama, namun kapan dilakukan penggerebekan menunggu saat yang tepat sehingga bisa memecah isu yang sedang berkembang di masyarakat.

    Abu Roban misalnya, Kepala Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Terorisme (BNPT) Ansyaad Mbai menyebut bahwa jihadis yang di fitnah sebagai teroris ditembak mati di Batang itu telah diendus sejak tahun 2012. Namun Densus 88 baru melakukan penggerebekan untuk menunggu waktu atau moment yang tepat. Penggrebekan terduga teroris sudah di setup sejak lama (baca: dijebak, didanai, disulut semangatnya, dan diprovokasi untuk membuat makar dan akhirnya lalu ditangkap), lanjut Mbai, juga menunggu moment yang tepat. Menurut Mbai, penggrebekan teroris adalah berita seksi yang bisa digunakan untuk mengalihkan isu.

    “Memang iya benar Abu Roban 2012 sudah kita cari dan dipantau sejak ramai kasus perampokan di Sumatera,” ujar Ansyaad di kantornya, Jumat (10/5) malam.

    Menurut Ansyaad, Menko Polhukam Djoko Suyanto sudah memerintahkan agar teroris secepatnya ditangkap. Meski demikian aparat baru bergerak bila kelompok teroris itu dianggap cukup bukti akan melakukan aksi.

    Tak hanya itu, isu penembakan polisi sebenernya adalah isu “jeruk makan jeruk” demi menjaga sentimen kebencian kepada umat Islam terus meningkat hingga Pemilu 2014 nanti, kita bisa cata setiap bulan akan ada isu baru yang terus menyerang lawan politik dan umat islam dengan isu-isu yang dikembangkan oleh agen spin doctor.

    Jurnalis senior Hanibal mengkonfirmasi isu tersebut “Ada kejanggalan kasus pada penembakan polisi ini, dikerjai sesama aparat dalam bisnis pengawalan. Kejanggalan bisa dibandingkan penanganan yg di kuningan sama di Ciputat dan Tangsel… juga yang di Depok, mengapa lama sekali? Namun, apabila di konfirmasi kepada petinggi TNI dan POLRI memang mengarah kepada aparat yang bermain, hanya saja mereka bungkam karena tidak menguntungkan mereka…”

    Penggerebekan menunggu mereka merencanakan, lalu ada senjata, ada bom dulu lah. Tidak langsung digerebek, Kepentingan itu ada (pengalihan isu), Ini supaya di media massa yang diangkat ya itu (penggrebekan teroris)” terangnya.

    Korupsi Rombongan Partai adalah musuh sesungguhnya

    Fakta infografik di atas cukup banyak berbicara, ini lebih dari sekedar fenomena gunung es, partai terkorup adalah GOLKAR, lalu PDI-P dan berikutnya partai anak kemarin sore, Partai Demokrat. Dalam 10 tahun terakhir, si anak kemarin sore nampaknya sudah berani mendekati partai generasi Orde Baru ini.

    Dengan fenomena demikian, masihkah anda percaya pada sistem demokrasi yang begitu sesat dan menyesatkan banyak pihak. Indonesia sudah lebih dari 60 tahun merdeka dan menyandarkan kekuasaan pada sistem demokrasi ini, namun hasilnya tak lebih hanya melahirkan raja-raja baru bak fir’aun moderen yang arogan.

    Kini saatnya hati nurani akan bicara mengungkap kebenaran sejati.

    Demokrasi adalah Thaghut

    Thoghut atau Thaghut adalah istilah dalam agama Islam yang merujuk kepada setiap yang disembah selain Allah yang rela dengan peribadatan yang dilakukan oleh penyembah atau pengikutnya, atau rela dengan ketaatan orang yang menaatinya dalam melawan perintah Allah SWT.

    Bentuk-bentuk thoghut antara lain :

    1. Setan

    Thoghut ini selalu menyeru beribadah kepada selain Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. Dalil-nya adalah firman Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala, yang artinya: “Bukankah Aku telah memerintahkan kepadamu hai Bani Adam supaya kamu tidak menyembah setan? Sesungguhnya setan itu adalah musuh yang nyata bagi kamu.” (QS: Yaasiin: 60)

    2. Penguasa zhalim

    Penguasa zhalim yang mengubah hukum-hukum Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. Seperti peletak undang-undang yang tidak sejalan dengan Islam. Dalilnya adalah firman Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala yang mengingkari orang-orang musyrik. Mereka membuat peraturan dan undang-undang yang tidak diridhai oleh Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala berfirman, yang artinya: “Apakah mereka mempunyai sembahan-sembahan selain Allah yang mensyari’atkan untuk mereka agama yang tidak diizinkan Allah?” (QS: Asy-Syuuraa: 21)

    3. Hakim Zhalim

    Hakim yang tidak memutuskan menurut apa yang diturunkan Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. Jika ia mempercayai bahwa hukum-hukum yang diturunkan Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala tidak sesuai lagi, atau dia membolehkan diberlakukannya hukum yang lain. Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala berfirman, yang artinya: “Dan barangsiapa yang tidak memutuskan menurut apa yang diturunkan Allah, maka mereka itu adalah orang-orang yang kafir”. (QS: Al-Maa’idah: 44)

    4. Mengaku Tahu Ilmu Ghaib

    Orang yang mengaku mengetahui ilmu ghaib selain Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. Dalam hal ini Allah Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala berfirman, yang artinya: “Katakanlah, ‘Tidak ada seorang pun di langit dan di bumi yang mengetahui perkara yang ghaib, kecuali Allah’.” (Qs: An-Naml: 65)[2]

    5. Penyembah Atau Yang Disembah

    Seseorang atau sesuatu yang disembah dan diminta pertolongan oleh manusia selain Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala, sedang ia rela dengan yang demikian. Dalilnya adalah firman Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala, yang artinya: “Dan barangsiapa di antara mereka mengatakan, ‘Sesungguhnya aku adalah Tuhan selain Allah’. Maka orang itu Kami beri balasan dengan Jahannam, demikian Kami memberikan pembalasan kepada orang-orang zhalim.” (QS: Al-Anbiyaa': 29) (ikhlas/voa-islam)





    Bunda Putri






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    Membongkar 10 Strategi ‘Sihir Muslihat’ ala Jokowi http://www.voa-islam.com/counter/intelligent/2013/10/04/27062/membongkar-10-strategi-sihir-muslihat-ala-jokowi/


    http://www.voa-islam.com/counter/liberalism/2013/10/09/27125/sandiwara-pilpres2014-sibak-topeng-sby-sang-jenderal-prihatin/

    Sandiwara Pilpres2014: Sibak Topeng SBY ‘Sang Jenderal Prihatin’
    Rabu, 09 Oct 2013

    “I Love United States with all its faults and consider it as second country”..

    Sebuah ungkapan mendasar tanpa makna, namun anda akan bergeming apabila ternyata itu ucapan fenomenal Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, ia mengungkapkan betapa dalam cintanya pada Amerika Serikat!

    Taukah Anda Sisi Menakutkan Dari Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
    Mungkin Anda adalah salah satu dari sekian banyak rakyat Indonesia yang meremehkan SBY dengan segala stigma yang dilekatkan kepadanya di media-media nasional yang terkait dengan karakter dan kinerjanya selama menjadi presiden, misalnya “Jenderal kok peragu”, atau “Jenderal belakang meja”, atau “SBY lamban seperti kerbau” atau “Jenderal yang hobi curhat”, dan lain sebagainya.

    Akan tetapi kisruh Partai Demokrat yang beberapa bulan lalu diserang kanan-kiri oleh lawan politiknya dengan tuduhan partai paling korup telah membuka mata kita semua bahwa SBY tidak selemah penampilannya, apalagi melihat bagaimana SBY bereaksi dengan mengatakan partai lain lebih korup dari Demokrat dan dia akan membuktikan hal tersebut, dan bagaimana hari ini seluruh petinggi partai politik yang menyerang Demokrat mungkin hanya Hanura yang masih selamat, sebab yang lain mulai petinggi dari PKS, PPP, Golkar, PDI-P sudah terbongkar kasus korupsinya, bahkan termasuk skandal seks maupun narkoba mereka. Terakhir telah terjadi pengejaran dari sisi hukum terhadap Dinasti Banten yang merupakan pendukung Golkar dan PDI-P.

    Dari sisi karakter atau sifat, tampaknya SBY termasuk dalam orang-orang yang bersifat plegmatif yang dari luar selalu terkesan peragu, pendiam, lamban dan perlu didorong. Akan tetapi karakter plegmatif yang terlalu sering ditekan dapat membalas dengan lebih keras sekali dia membulatkan tekad bahwa dia telah cukup bersabar dengan para penganggu. Jadi secara teoritis orang plegmatis hanya tampak lemah di luar tetapi sebenarnya mereka berkarakter kuat.

    Selain itu, kita juga melupakan bahwa SBY memang bukan jenderal yang ahli pertempuran lapangan sehingga tidak heran secara wibawa dia kalah dan tampak tidak setegas dari purnawirawan jenderal lain, katakanlah Prabowo, namun demikian jenjang karir SBY sebagai intelejen ABRI (sekarang TNI) justru dapat membuatnya jauh lebih menyeramkan daripada purnawirawan jenderal lain.

    Bangsa kita memang pelupa sehingga melupakan bahwa SBY adalah lokomotif utama reformasi. Berkat operasi intelejen yang dilakukannya-lah maka “para pseudo reformis” dapat menjatuhkan Pak Harto yang saat itu dikawal dua jenderal paling kuat, Wiranto sebagai mantan ajudan dan Prabowo yang masih menantunya, termasuk dengan penyebaran press release tanpa izin Wiranto bahwa ABRI sudah tidak mendukung Soeharto. Jadi “Bapak Reformasi” yang sebenarnya adalah SBY dan bukan Amien Rais atau yang lain.

    Penyebaran press release tanpa izin Wiranto bahwa ABRI sudah tidak mendukung Soeharto. Jadi “Bapak Reformasi” yang sebenarnya adalah SBY dan bukan Amien Rais atau yang lain.

    Saat itu dengan hanya bergerak di belakang layar, SBY bukan saja mampu mendorong jalannya reformasi, akan tetapi juga mengambil kesempatan dari rivalitas antara Wiranto dan Prabowo untuk kemudian memetik hasilnya sehingga sanggup menjadi presiden Indonesia sebanyak dua periode dan membangun Dinasti Cikeas.

    Dari sisi apapun jelas operasi senyap yang dilakukan intelejen lebih efektif dan efisien daripada operasi terbuka. Terbukti mayoritas lawan politik SBY hari ini mulai dibungkam melalui serangkaian operasi intelejen senyap yang mana tanpa mereka duga tiba-tiba mereka ditangkap oleh KPK atau aparat lain.

    Kisruh MK hari ini membuktikan pameo bahasa Inggris yang mengatakan “don’t judge book by it cover” dan bisa dibilang sejauh ini SBY adalah satu-satunya pewaris dinasti intelejen militer Indonesia yang pernah terkenal dan menjadi momok bagi sebagian rakyat Indonesia mulai dari Zulfikli Lubis, Ali Moertopo, sampai Benny Moerdani. –

    Demi mengejar kekuasaan pribadi dengan menggadaikan SDA negara untuk kekuasaan dan menikam 3 Presiden sebelumnya, yakni Suharto, Gus Dur dan Megawati.

    “Salam sandiwara bangsa” [Ahmad/Ridwan S/voa-islam.com]

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    Here are the checklists for your buying and usage preferences in printing at home or at the office

    by S3ra Sutan Rajo Ali
    Jakarta, 10 October 2013

    Printer, model, type

    Printer, Price

    MTBF (lifetime)

    Durability

    Warm-up time

    Connectivity (ease of use)

    Parallel port

    LAN

    USB

    wifi

    card reader

    infra-red

    LCD viewer (control panel)

    internet apps

    Power consumption

    start-up

    stand-by

    operational

    printing capabilities

    Print quality:

    Better photographic images

    PhotoVoltaic production

    Higher resolution

    Water-resistance (dye-sublimation)

    fade-resistance

    long-term durability

    ultraviolet resistance

    Print speed ppm

    Features (duplex)

    Printhead

    operating before requiring service
    or repair

    repairable or disposable consumable

    last before replaced

    Cartridge type

    Cartridge price

    Cartridge printing pages

    Cartridge cost per page

    single–ink cartridges

    multi-ink cartridges

    cost per 100 ml refill tube

    silver ink, can be produced with

    at
    one-fifth the cost

    silver paste

    a squeegee

    screen printing

    Expiration:

    Dried up (due to lack of use)

    Wasted after cleaning process

    non-contact printing feature:

    thin, sensitive substrates

    breakage eliminated

    resulting scrap eliminated

    poisoning power

    dust (toner)

    liquid (ink)

    potential hazards

    eyes

    skin

    inhalation

    ingestion

    waste management

    toner cartridge

    ink cartridge


    http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/printers/buying-guide.htm

    Printer buying guide
    Last updated: April 2013

    Getting started

    Inkjet printers have become the standard for home-computer use. They can turn out color photos nearly indistinguishable from lab-processed photos, along with stickers, transparencies, T-shirt transfers, and greeting cards. Many produce excellent black-and-white text. With some very good models selling for less than $200, it’s no surprise that inkjets account for the vast majority of printers sold for home use.

    Laser printers still have their place in home offices. If you print reams of black-and-white text documents, you probably need the quality, speed, and low per-copy cost of a laser printer. Printers use a computer’s microprocessor and memory to process data. The latest inkjets and lasers are so fast partly because computers have become more powerful and contain much more memory than before.

    Before you start shopping, decide whether to get an inkjet or a laser model, and a plain printer or an all-in-one. You can base your decision on what you’ll be printing. This printer guide will help.

    Inkjet vs. laser

    Text only. If you’ll print only text, a laser printer is your best choice for fast, low-cost, top-quality black-and-white text. The best inkjet can match lasers’ excellent text quality, but not their speed or cost.

    Color text and graphics. For printing graphics or text in black and color, go with an inkjet. Though you can find them for less than $250, color laser printers are still more expensive than their monochrome counterparts. And unlike black-and-white laser printers, they use four toner cartridges that can result in costs higher than that of an inkjet, even considering the greater capacity of a laser’s toner cartridge.

    Text, graphics, and photos. While tops for text, lasers aren’t well-suited for printing photos. Even models that can print in color aren’t intended for use with glossy photo stock or other specialty papers, and photo quality is poor. Inkjets offer excellent print quality for photos and text, and accept a variety of paper types and sizes. Most can print photos directly from a digital camera. But keep in mind that ink cartridges don’t last long, so supply costs can be high. Inkjets also print slower than lasers do.

    Plain or all-in-one?

    Inkjet and laser printers are available either as plain printers or as all-in-one (multifunction) models. Besides printing, all-in-ones copy, scan, and sometimes fax. A space-saving all-in-one can be less expensive than buying several separate devices.

    Printing only

    For the money, plain inkjets are the best choice for printing text and color photos. Most can print almost anything, including photos up to 8×10 inches or larger, text, and graphical items such as greeting cards. You can also use various types and sizes of paper.

    Printing, copying, scanning, and faxing black text

    If you don’t need to print or scan color photos, an all-in-one laser provides superior quality, faster print speed, and a lower cost per page. Most have a feeder for multipage copying. The downside of any multifunction device, whether inkjet or laser, is that if one function breaks, you have to repair or replace the whole unit.

    Printing, copying, and scanning text, graphics, and photos

    Inkjets excel at printing photos, so if you need them, go with an all-in-one inkjet. The best can produce excellent color photos and text, and most will print photos without a computer. A few can fax as well as copy and scan. They may have fewer features than stand-alone scanners, though.

    Printing photos only

    Snapshot printers are convenient, small, and fast, with speeds as quick as a minute per 4×6 photo. Some have handles and run on batteries, handy for use on the road. All can print photos from a digital camera without requiring a computer. Many models use dye-sublimation technology to make prints that are more water-resistant than those from inkjets. The drawback is that snapshot printers can print only small photos; they’re not intended for text or graphics. In our tests, most didn’t provide the photo quality of the best plain inkjets, and at $100 to $200, they cost about the same as a full-sized printer.

    How to choose

    Consider supply costs as well as price. High ink- or toner-cartridge costs can make a bargain-priced printer a bad deal in the long run. Shop around for the best cartridge prices, but be wary of off-brands. We have found that brand-name ink cartridges have better print quality and fade-resistance, and per-page costs are often comparable.

    Also consider whether an inkjet has a single or separate color cartridges. Those with a single color cartridge usually have a separate black cartridge for text. But some have individual color cartridges. Depending on your photos, separate color cartridges may be more economical.

    Another way to save money is by using plain paper for works in progress and saving the good stuff for the final results. Glossy photo paper costs about 25 cents to $1 a sheet. We got the best results using the recommended brand of paper. You might be tempted to buy a cheaper brand, but lower-grade paper can reduce photo quality.

    Do you want to print photos without a computer?

    This saves you an extra step and a little time. Features such as a memory-card reader, PictBridge support (a standard that allows a compatible camera to be connected directly to the printer), or a wireless interface are convenient. Without the computer, though, you lose the ability to tweak image characteristics such as size, color, and brightness. You can do some editing on a printer that has an LCD screen, but your options will be very limited.

    Weigh convenience features

    Inkjets can make borderless prints like those from a photo finisher. That matters most if you’re printing to the full size of the paper, as you might with 4×6-inch sheets. If you plan to use 4×6-inch paper regularly, look for a printer with a 4×6-inch tray or a second paper tray, which makes it easier to feed paper this size. With those small sheets, though, the cost per photo might be higher than combining a few images on 8½x11-inch paper.

    Consider connections

    All printers have a USB port for connecting to a computer. Many also offer wired or wireless networking, which lets you print from any computer on your network. You can share a printer that lacks this feature, but the computer it’s connected to must be turned on in order to print from a different computer.

    Memory requirements

    While inkjet printers use a computer’s memory to process the print job, laser printers have their own onboard memory, which must be large enough to hold full pages of the most complex graphics you need to print. If you print large files with a lot of graphics or have multiple users on your network, look for a laser with at least hundreds of MB of onboard memory, or the ability to add more.

    Be skeptical of vendor specs

    When shopping for a printer, you’ll notice a number of specs, such as print speed and resolution. Those numbers are not all that useful, even for comparison purposes, because each company performs its tests in a different manner.

    Your speed may vary

    Print speed varies depending on what you’re printing and at what quality, but the speeds you see in ads are generally higher than you’re likely to get in normal use. You can’t reliably compare speeds for different brands because each company uses its own methods to measure speed. We run identical tests on all models, printing text pages and photos that are similar to what you might print. Thus the print times in our Ratings are realistic and can be compared across brands.

    Don’t get hung up on resolution

    A printer’s resolution, expressed in dots per inch, is another potential source of confusion. All things being equal, the more dots a printer puts on the paper, the more detailed the image. But dot size, shape, and placement also affect quality, so don’t base your choice solely on resolution.

    Types

    Inexpensive inkjets print color superbly, and they do it faster than ever. Laser printers excel at printing black-and-white text. Economical all-in-one models can scan, copy, and sometimes fax. Here’s how to find the type of printer that best suits you needs.

    Inkjet printers

    Inkjets use droplets of ink to form letters, graphics, and photos. Some have one cartridge that holds the cyan (greenish-blue), magenta, and yellow inks, plus a second one for black. Others have a separate cartridge for each color. For photos, many inkjets have additional cartridges that contain lighter cyan and magenta inks, or gray ink, which can give a smoother look in light areas of a photo.

    Most inkjet printers output black-and-white text at 3 to 13 pages per minute but are much slower for color photos. Various models we tested took from 1.5 to 10 minutes or more to print a single high-quality 8×10.

    Printing a 4×6 snapshot can take as little as 1 minute, and cost as little as 25 cents. The cost of printing a color 8×10 photo can range from $1 to $2 or more, including ink and paper. The cost of printing a black-text page with an inkjet varies considerably from model to model, typically between 2 and 10 cents. Printer prices range from $30 to $400.

    Laser printers

    These work much like plain-paper copiers, forming images by transferring toner (powdered ink) to paper passing over an electrically charged drum. The process yields sharp black-and-white text. Laser printers usually outrun inkjets, cranking out black-and-white text at a rate of 12 to 20 ppm. Black-and-white lasers generally cost about as much as midpriced inkjets, but they’re less expensive to operate. Laser cartridges, about $50 to $100, can print thousands of black-and-white pages for a cost of 2 to 5 cents per page.

    Lasers that can be networked–shared by all the computers on a home network–start at $130.

    All-in-one laser printers add scanning, copying, and sometimes fax capability.

    Color lasers are slower than black-and-white models. They cost as much to use as the better inkjet models, and they’re not a good choice for printing photos. They’re also very bulky. They cost $250 and up.

    All-in-one printers

    You can also get printers with scanning, copying, and sometimes fax capability. Many all-in-ones cost no more and take up little more space than a plain printer. What’s more, all-in-ones are actually getting less expensive and more versatile. They cost $60 and up.

    In our tests, inkjet all-in-ones and plain inkjets performed similarly, cost about the same to use, and printed at similar speeds. A few inkjet all-in-ones and plain inkjets printed a color 4×6 in one minute, and a few relatively frugal ones printed one for as little as 25 cents.

    Whether you choose an inkjet or a laser all-in-one, look for one with a flatbed design, so you can copy books, photos, and other items you can’t, or don’t want to, put through the slot on a sheet-fed model.

    Specialty snapshot printers

    For printing photos at home, a speedy snapshot printer can be more convenient than a full-sized model. Most are limited to 4×6-inch snapshots, but a few models can also print on 5×7 paper. Snapshot printers use either inkjet or dye-sublimation technology, in which a waxy ink is fused to paper from a roll of plastic film.

    Like most full-sized inkjet printers, these models typically hook up directly by cable to a digital camera through a PictBridge connection, or print directly from your camera’s memory card so you can print without using a computer. They cost $100 to $200.

    Some snapshot printers have handles and can run on batteries, handy for use on the road. The drawback of snapshot printers is they can print only small photos; they aren’t intended for text or graphics. In our tests, most didn’t provide the photo quality of the best full-sized inkjets, and at $100 to $200, they cost about the same.

    Mobile or personal printers

    These smaller versions of inkjet printers are good for executives–or others–on the go. Most have a built-in battery in addition to an external power cord. And they come equipped with memory card readers so you can print photos without a computer. What they lack in speed, they make up in portability. They’re lightweight and can fit into a briefcase or backpack.

    Features

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    To determine which printer features you’ll need, consider how you’ll be using your printer and what you need to print. If you’re printing photos, you’ll need a memory card reader, PictBridge compatibility, or some other form of connectivity. And if you’re planning to network your printer to a number of computers, look for that capability too.

    USB port

    The way a printer connects to a computer depends on what kind of connectivity it has. All printers have a USB port that lets them connect to Windows or Mac computers.

    Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or infrared wireless

    Many printers have optional Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or infrared wireless connectivity. A printer with PictBridge can connect directly to a camera, and some models can print and download photos right from your camera’s memory card.

    Memory-card reader

    This feature lets you print image files from a digital camera’s memory card without using a computer. You can also transfer the files to a computer.

    LCD viewer

    Many printers incorporate a built-in LCD screen for viewing and editing images from a memory card. A few printers have screens that are 4 inches or more in width, but most are smaller.

    Ink monitor

    Most inkjet printers have an ink monitor to warn when you’re running low, but accuracy varies.

    Networking

    Networking lets you print from any computer in either a wired or wireless home network.

    Internet Connectivity.

    Some all-in-one printers can communicate directly with the Internet, running “apps” that enable you to print online content directly, or even send printing to your home from a remote computer.

    Double-sided printing

    For double-sided printing, you can print the odd-numbered pages of a document first, and then flip those pages over to print the even-numbered pages on a second pass. A few printers make this process easier by incorporating built-in duplexers for automatically printing on both sides.

    Printing on CD/DVD.

    Some models will let you print your own labels directly on special CDs and DVDs with blank white backs.

    Recycled parts

    Companies are finding new uses for recycled plastics. HP, for example, has designed the print head on one of its photo printers using 55 percent recycled polyethylene terephthalate (RPET) plastic derived from ink cartridges collected through its HP Planet Partners recycling program. You can also buy printer cartridges that have been recycled, refilled, or rebuilt. For more information, read our glossary of printer terms.

    Brands

    Brother arrow | Canon arrow | Dell arrow | Epson arrow | HP arrow | Kodak arrow | Lexmark arrow | OKI arrow | Panasonic arrow | Samsung arrow

    The printer market is dominated by a handful of well-established brands. Hewlett-Packard is the market leader. Other major brands include Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, and Lexmark. Printers designed for printing 4×6-inch snapshots are also sold by Canon and Epson. These profiles will help you compare printers by brand.

    Brother

    Brother, best known for black & white and color laser printers, also offers multifunction inkjet printers.

    Canon

    As it does with digital cameras, Canon reliably offers every type of printer for every genre at all price points.

    Dell

    Dell, well-recognized in the computer segment, offers black & white and color lasers, and multifunction printers, from low to high price ranges.

    Epson

    Epson has many lines (including Workforce, Artisan, and the newly introduced Expression Home and Expression Premium). Available at all price ranges, its printers accommodate all types of consumer needs.

    HP

    HP continues to have the largest market share in this category. With a plethora of products announced throughout the year, its offerings satisfy all types of consumers, especially due to their constant new enhancements and technologies.

    Kodak

    Kodak entered the catagory in 2007. Although it made a splash with its “costaffordable ink strategy,” the company suffered financial woes in 2010. But new printers are scheduled to be introduced later this year.

    Lexmark

    Lexmark offers a variety of printers for all consumers. It recently introduced its OfficeEdge series.

    OKI

    OKI specializes in mostly commercial printers. But the company does offer some printers with LED technology for small workgroups.

    Panasonic

    Panasonic, a well-respected consumer electronics brand, only offers laser printers for the small business/home office market.

    Samsung

    Samsung, similar to Panasonic, also offers laser printers for office environments, only with more selection and at higher prices.

    Shopping tips

    Consider supply costs. High ink- or toner-cartridge costs can make a bargain-priced printer a bad deal in the long run. Shop around for the best cartridge prices, but be wary of off-brands. We have found that brand-name ink cartridges have better print quality and fade-resistance, and that per-page costs are often comparable.

    Also consider whether an inkjet has a separate cartridge for each ink color. Some have only one cartridge for all colors and a separate black cartridge for text. Depending on your photos, separate color cartridges might be more economical.

    Another way to save money is by using plain paper for works in progress and saving the good stuff for final results. Glossy photo paper costs about 25 cents to $1 a sheet. We got the best results using the recommended brand of paper. You may be tempted to buy a cheaper brand, but lower-grade or incompatible paper can reduce photo quality.

    Do you want to print photos without a computer? Printing images directly from your printer saves you an extra step and a little time. Features such as a memory-card reader, PictBridge support, or a wireless interface are convenient. Without the computer, though, you lose the ability to tweak image characteristics such as size, color, and brightness. Your editing options are very limited from a printer’s LCD screen.

    Before you buy, consider these additional tips to help you save money over the life of the printer.

    Avoid blank pages

    Before printing Web pages, preview them to avoid generating lots of blank pages. Some printer manufacturers, such as HP, offer software that helps you cut paper use. A free program called GreenPrint (www.printgreener.com) analyzes pages you want to print and skips those with little or no content.

    Print fewer pages

    You can use more of a page by decreasing a document’s margins, using a smaller font size, or avoiding double line spacing. Also, some printers, including the Canon Pixma MP610 inkjet all-in-one that we recommend, have a built-in duplexer to print on both sides of the page.

    Conserve ink or toner

    Many printers have more than one quality setting. Figure out which is best for you. If you’re not printing photos, which should be printed at the best quality setting, consider using a lower, or “draft,” mode, which should use less ink. Note that we don’t recommend cheap off-brand inks for performance reasons.

    Power it down

    Many of today’s printers conserve power, especially during periods of inactivity. The power scores in the Ratings indicate which models do so most effectively.

    Seek efficiency

    When choosing a printer we haven’t rated, look for an Energy Star label. The Environmental Protection Agency recently toughened qualifications for the label. To be awarded one, a printer must consume very little power when not printing. For details, go to http://www.energystar.gov.

    Recycle cartridges

    Programs to recycle used ink and toner cartridges reduce waste and can save money. Some are easy to take advantage of. At Brother’s website, for example, you can print a prepaid shipping label to send your used cartridge back to the company. HP also offers free cartridge recycling. Office Depot, OfficeMax, and Staples let you drop off used cartridges at local stores and offer a $3 credit for Dell, HP, and Lexmark cartridges.


     
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    The reasons of why you should not use printing machines 

    The reasons of why should not use printing machines


    http://www.techsling.com/2013/09/leveraging-quality-and-savings-on-printing-inks/

    Leveraging Quality and Savings on Printing Inks
    by Nitin Vaghela on September 7, 2013

    When you think of printers you instantly think of the costly prices of printer ink. However, in recent years the amount of ink available in cartridges have been reduced because printer manufacturers are now making printers which are printing much more efficiently with the use of less ink.

    What Makes A Printer Tick

    A printer is not a very simple device and neither is the inkjet cartridge which is used in it. When an image or text is to be printed a series of electronic instructions are sent to the tiny ink nozzles of the printer which are about a third of the thickness of a human hair. When a printer nozzle gets the instruction it creates a vapor bubble that forces ink droplets to come out of the nozzle and onto a page at about 30 mph. This happens about 36,000 times before you get your finished print. Now imagine trying to drop a coin from 30 feet high at precisely the same spot as many times. You can imagine the intricacy of such a system.

    Quantity vs Efficiency

    While many people complain that the amount of inks you get in a cartridge has gone down, manufactured have pioneered ways that printers consume lesser ink while printing and limit the wastage of ink and paper.

    You may find the OEM inks costly; they are aimed at keeping your printing systems running properly. A recent study of systems using Brother Ink was tested with both OEM cartridges and refilled cartridges. The result seen is that the refilled cartridges failed 72% of the time either during testing or right out of the box.

    When you buy your inks you consider quality, reliability and value. But at the same time you need to place importance on efficiency. All these factors are considered to constitute the total cost of ownership of any given system. Be it a system using Brother Ink, Lexmark Ink or HP Ink. You need to buy the systems that provide the most overall value.

    This cost varies according to what system is printing. Is it just text? Or are you adding graphics? Or maybe you are printing photos and Webpages. So ultimately you are deciding the cost of ownership based on your preferences.

    Conserve While Printing

    You can save money and get quality prints at the same time. Here are a few tips on how to do so:

    Use high-yield cartridges which can offer up to 3 times more printing on your regular systems.
    You can save more money by buying ink in bulk in multi-packs.
    If your printer has a draft mode then print using that setting because it is set to print using less ink and is configured to print faster.
    You can save money on photo printing by buying your photo paper and inks together in value packs.
    Widen your margins and print on double sides.

    By doing this you can save some money on your printing supplies. While inks can cost more, you get the guarantee that the systems will be efficient and the prints will be of great quality.


    http://www.howtogeek.com/57971/how-to-save-cash-ink-and-paper-by-printing-more-efficiently/

    How to Save Cash, Ink, and Paper by Printing More Efficiently

    If you’re shocked by the costs your printer incurs-and who isn’t?-then this guide is for you. Learn how to slash printing costs by making some simple and free tweaks to your printing routine and print settings.

    Printing costs, especially if you have an inkjet printer, are astronomical. Today we’re taking a look at techniques you can use to minimize your printing costs. The majority of the techniques don’t cost you a dime and those that do will save you piles of cash in the long run.

    Rethink the Whole Idea of Printing

    The first thing you can do to save huge chunks of money in the printing department is to rethink your relationship with printing. It’s the 21st century. We don’t need a hard copy of everything. There are dozens of ways that information can be transferred and manipulated that doesn’t involve a printer. You might already be pretty conservative with your printing practices but consider just a few of the ways you can cut back:

    Email documents to the recipient instead of printing them. This seems painfully elementary but quite a few people, especially in corporate environments, have simply got in the habit of firing up the printer left and right when it would be cheaper, more efficient, and environmentally friendly to email the document.

    Use your smartphone for directions instead of printing a map-an added bonus here is that you can get new directions automatically if you screw things up. Even if you don’t have a GPS enabled phone just cutting and pasting the directions for use on your phone helps.

    Transfer articles to your tablet or smart phone for comfortable away-from-computer reading. Tools like Send to Kindle for Google Chrome and Read It Later’s support for sending articles to your ereader make it easy to shuttle what you want to read to your portable device. With a little digging you can find all manner of tools for your specific device or reading needs.

    These are but a few examples of how you can keep things digital and cut down on your printing costs in the process.

    Outsource Big Printing Jobs

    Home printing and the accompanying printers have never been intended to take over the role of your local copy shop or photo lab. Sure it’s convenient to have a home printer to print whenever you want but you’re paying a premium for that convenience. When you factor in the cost of the printer, the cost of the ink/toner, the cost of the electricity, the wear and tear, and the paper cost you’re either paying more than you would at a copy shop or breaking about even. Sometimes breaking even isn’t really breaking even either, especially when it comes to color and photo printing where home machines generally give lackluster results.

    Speaking of color photos, don’t print them at home. The amount of money you’ll spend chasing lab-quality prints is high and the chance you’ll end up with the same quality that the ten cent 4x6s from your local Walgreen’s photo kiosk have is low. At any reasonable consumer price point you’re just not going to get the kind of quality that will ensure your photos still look good a few years down the road. For small volume printing those photo kiosks are actually a great deal compared to trying to print photos at home. Doing a lot of photo printing? You should use a price comparison service like this one to find the best value for your needs. If you’re willing to wait a week or two to get the prints in the mail you can save a mint.

    For the most part the same thing applies to color documents. The crappiest color copier at your local copy shop is still ten times better than that inkjet you got free with your computer-and way cheaper for you to use for your intermittent color printing needs.

    Think in terms of cost and wasted material. If you print color pages a few times a year then it’s a complete money sink for you to have an inkjet printer. Spend $5 on a flash drive and use that to cart files back and forth to the copy shop when you need a presentation printed.

    Adjust Your Printer’s Output

    That’s all well and good, you say, but what about saving money with the printer sitting on my desk right now? Fair enough! As much money as you can save by reducing your printing needs and outsourcing the large and/or costly jobs, you can save even more by making small changes.

    First, get in the habit of looking at print jobs with the lens of “What can I do to reduce the size of this job?” at all times. Some things are simple to do like using the print preview button to make sure you’re not printing blank pages at the end of the web site you’re about to print off. If you’re not using the print preview you’re just asking to end up with all sorts of crap out of the printer. When you preview you can see if the document will look the way you want on the page and you can also see if the last page will, for example, be nothing but the web site footer and a big ad for Car Fax.

    Second, start shrinking your print size. Can you shrink to fit the page and still read it? Can you double your printing mileage by 2-upping or even 4-upping your document? As long as you have your reading glasses handy 2-up for regular documents and 4-up for presentations like PowerPoint slides are completely legible. Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, and most major document reading and editing applications support shrink to fit and n-up page printing.

    Switch to draft mode as the default setting. Depending on your printer the actual title will vary. Some companies call it “draft mode” others call it “toner saver”, “print saver”, “economy” and so on. Regardless of the name it’s a setting or series of settings that allow you to dial back how much ink and toner your using. For simple things like articles and basic documents you’ll likely not even notice the difference. If you do notice it won’t likely decrease your ease of reading. What it will do is radically cut down on how much ink and toner you’ll laying down on the paper.

    Start Selectively Printing

    Earlier we suggested using the print preview in order to see what your printer was cranking out before it wasted the ink. Selective printing is an even more aggressive approach where you hack out or otherwise edit prints before they spool up, saving yourself a bundle in the process. A variety of solutions exist to help people conserve ink and toner by selectively printing.

    When printing from the web, PrintWhatYouLike.com is a great resource for on-the-fly web site editing. By either plugging in the URL to their web site or launching the bookmarklet-seen in the screenshot above-you can quickly and easily edit a site and pull out the content you don’t want. Want the article, a few of the how-to photos you might need to reference, and that’s it? Go ahead and click on (and delete or resize) all the elements you don’t need. You can adjust the font size, selectively edit, and otherwise reduce the footprint of the document.

    Other web and bookmarklet-based solutions you may want to look at include The Printliminator, MyPage, and Print Friendly.

    If you want that functionality built in to your browser instead of using a third-party site or bookmark you should check out Printee for Internet Explorer and for Google Chrome, Print Edit for Firefox, and Nuke Everything Enhanced for Firefox.

    There’s no need to waste your paper and ink printing the ads, sidebars that can’t be clicked in hard copy, and other web-only elements.

    DIY Savings: Refilling Your Ink and Toner

    One final way you can save big is by manually refilling your toner and ink cartridges. Be forewarned, however, that this is one of those areas that either goes swimmingly well and you exclaim how you can’t believe you haven’t been doing it for years or it goes terribly wrong and you end up either wasting money or outright buying a new printer.

    This method is tricky not because it’s insanely difficult to pop a little cap off a toner drum and dump toner in but because print companies use all manner of cartridges and accompanying electronic mechanisms that make things difficult. Some Epson cartridges, for example, have a microchip on board that keeps track of prints and ink; you can’t just inject more ink into the cartridge and expect it to keep on trucking. Other cartridges are much easier to work with-one How-To Geek reader even showed us how he prolongs the life of his cartridges by simply injecting water into them.

    Fortunately there are plenty of resources online to help you. The best thing you can do is to search Google for the specific company and printer model you’re dealing with and do your research. Replacement ink and toner is available at a fraction of the price of retail ink. Find yourself a dependable printer that takes well to refills and a quality source for refill supplies and you’ll have a long and happy relationship.


    http://electroiq.com/blog/2009/10/improving-pv-production/

    Improving PV production efficiency through inkjet printing
    by Steve Liker, business manager, Trident Solar

    In the battle for the business of price-sensitive consumers, highly efficient photovoltaic production at reduced processing costs is key to survival. One approach that can generate significant cost savings and greater production efficiencies is use of digital inkjet printing.

    Inkjet printing of contacts and bus bars has several key benefits over alternative technologies. The ability to print narrow features with small drop volume and high resolution makes it possible to minimize shadowing on the active layer. Inkjet printing can be used to dispense etchants to controllably produce undercuts or features in PV layers. This high-resolution, direct-write printing method also saves in process steps, speeds set-up time, eliminates waste, reduces cost through automation, and enables non-contact printing for thin, sensitive substrates.

    Inkjet printing brings several key advantages to photovoltaic production processes. Lines or holes (50μm × 5-10μm) can be produced without the damage and defects associated with lasers. Digital printing is non-contact so breakage and resulting scrap are eliminated. In addition, inkjet can be used to jet conductive metal inks (such as silver ink) to digitally produce contact lines with thickness down to 50μm, 2×-3× finer than can be produced with silver paste, a squeegee, and screen printing – and at one-fifth the cost. This allows manufacturers to print exactly the amount of material they need exactly where they need it, saving significant time, expense, and waste. It also enhances efficiency, as contact widths can be minimized to ensure that valuable sunlight is not blocked.

    Choosing the right inkjet printing system can give companies an important edge in a competitive marketplace. Not all printing systems are created equally. In order to evaluate the quality of an inkjet printing system, take a look under the hood, at the printhead. The printhead is the heart of most inkjet printing systems and its characteristics often determine the cost effectiveness and quality of the inkjet printer. Durability, print quality, and cost-effectiveness are three key elements to look for in an inkjet printhead.

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    Figure 1. The printhead is the heart of most inkjet printing systems and its characteristics often determine the cost effectiveness and quality of the inkjet printer. For inkjet printing of etchants for photovoltaic cell production, an inkjet printhead with stainless steel construction can last up to eight times longer than a similar printhead of less inert material construction.

    Durability

    Inkjet printing systems must be ruggedly designed to work alongside the hustle and bustle of employee and machine activity in a production environment. When producing photovoltaic contacts, very aggressive and potentially damaging materials such as acids, alkaline etchants, and conductive materials are jetted from the inkjet printhead. It is essential that an inkjet printing system be highly inert and robustly designed to provide consistent quality performance even when routinely exposed to extremely challenging materials.

    Printheads typically feature orifice plates made of either metallic substances like stainless steel, or polyimide plastic films; each material provides different benefits to end-users. Plastic orifice plates are typically less expensive to produce, while stainless steel orifice plates offer greater scratch resistance, greater inertness, and increased durability.

    There are other important questions to be asked about durability before purchasing an inkjet printing system:

    • On average how long does the printing system run without requiring service or repair?
    • Can the inkjet printhead be repaired or is it a disposable consumable?
    • How many years will the printhead last before it needs to be replaced?

    Carefully selecting a durable printing system for the most difficult industrial environments and the most aggressive materials can prevent costly production delays and save money on inkjet printhead components. For inkjet printing of etchants for photovoltaic cell production, an inkjet printhead with stainless steel construction can last up to eight times longer than a similar printhead of less inert material construction.

    Print quality/resolution

    Another key factor to consider when selecting an inkjet printing system is print resolution – typically determined by the minimum drop volume capability. Precision printing of materials is important to produce the typical high tolerance features. When printing solar cell contacts it is necessary to minimize contact widths so that light is not blocked. High-resolution inkjet printing produces the narrowest possible contacts.

    Cost

    A third important element to study when selecting an inkjet printing system is cost. Three factors are particularly important in cost-effective printing systems: cost-per-system, jettable material cost, and printhead life/repairability.

    Depending on the printable area and number of fluids dispensed, a number of inkjet printheads may be required in the manufacturing process. Fluid controls, printhead drivers and other printer system components contribute to the overall capital cost of the system.

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    Figure 2. Trident’s new 256Jet-S inkjet printhead featuring a rugged, serviceable design is inert to corrosive etchant materials, offers an industry-leading lifespan and can print conductive metal contacts up to 3× higher resolution than possible with screen printing.

    In addition to being very aggressive, the jettable materials used in inkjet printing photovoltaic contacts are often expensive. Inkjet printing is an additive process, so it allows manufacturers to print exactly the amount of material they need exactly where they need it, saving significant time and expense vs. subtractive printing methods that waste valuable printing materials.

    Another important factor to look for when searching for a cost-effective inkjet printing system is printhead life/reparability. When the orifice plate becomes clogged with debris, does the entire printhead need to be replaced or can it simply be repaired? A printhead with a repairable design that allows the front chamber and orifice plate to be removed, cleaned, and reassembled can save money on costly product replacements.

    Conclusion

    Finding the right inkjet printing system is key to enhancing PV production efficiency and identifying cost-saving opportunities. Taking the time to understand the technology within printing systems – especially durability, print-quality, and flexibility – is time well-invested to find the printer that is right for a particular operation.

    Steve Liker is business manager at Trident Industrial Inkjet, Brookfield, CT USA; e-mail sliker@trident-itw.com.


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 2:23 PM on 2013/10/10 Permalink  

    Speed and the quantity of printed sheets are the notorious reasons why laser-jet printers chosen
    but the price of its refilled toner and cartridges?


    http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001400.htm

    Inkjet vs. Laser printer

    Question

    Inkjet vs. Laser printer.

    Answer

    For the general consumer, when buying a printer, the basic choice is whether to get an Inkjet printer or a laser printer. Both printers have their pros and cons, which need to be weighed based on the features and functionality needed by the consumer.

    Inkjet printer

    There are several types of Inkjet printers available:
    Basic document printer
    Photo printer
    Copier/Scanner/Printer (All-in-One)

    If you need a printer to just print basic documents, with or without color, like a Word document, Excel spreadsheet, Web page or an E-mail message, a basic document printer is adequate for the job. This type of printer is the least expensive of the 3 types, typically priced under $100.

    If you’re interested in printing photos up to 8 x 10 in size and needs the photos to be high quality, the Photo printer is the best choice. Most photo printers can print relatively high resolution photos and can many times look just as good as a photo developed and printed by a professional photo printing business.

    If you need the ability to make copies of documents and scan documents or photos into a computer, as well as print documents, the All-in-One printer is the best choice. Some All-in-One printers may also even have Fax capabilities and document feeders built in as well, allowing the user to copy a multi-page document, just like a large copy machine.

    Inkjet Pros & Cons

    With Inkjet printers, there are pros & cons to owning and using one.

    The Pros include:

    Smaller Size – most Inkjet printers are relatively small and can fit in tight spaces. All-in-One Inkjet printers are a bit larger but are still typically smaller than a laser printer and much smaller than a normal office copy machine.
    Low Cost – Inkjet printers, overall, have lower sticker prices than laser printers. When the time comes, they are also cheaper to replace since it’s often easier and cheaper to just buy a new printer if it breaks down.
    Cheaper Ink cartridges – ink cartridges for Inkjet printers have become cheaper in price in the last few years. Often ink is half the price of a laser toner cartridge.
    Easier to replace cartridges – replacing ink cartridges in an Inkjet printer is quick and easy to do.
    Great photo quality – Inkjet printers geared towards photo printing can produce amazing results, printing pictures with vivid colors, great contrasts, and virtually no pixelation. There is almost no need to go to a professional photo printer to have your photos printed.

    The Cons include:

    Less efficient ink use – Inkjet printers have a higher cost per page when it comes to printing, due to their rather inefficient usage of ink. When compared to Inkjet printers laser printers are much more efficient with their toner.
    Slower printing of large documents – printing a document with multiple pages will take a bit longer on an Inkjet printer than a laser printer.
    Messy to clean – cleaning an Inkjet printer is no easy task, nor is it a clean one. Inkjet cartridges can sometimes leak, and the ink can stain almost anything it comes in contact with, including clothes and hands.

    Overall, the Inkjet printer is the most common choice for consumers. When visiting an electronics store, it is common to see a larger selection of Inkjet printers than laser printers. Nowadays, consumers look for good quality printing at the lowest initial cost and Inkjet printers fit that criteria well. There are a large number of different models from a good number of different brands. Hewlett Packard, Canon, and Epson have proven to be solid brands to go with, each with models that fit the needs of most consumers.

    Laser printer

    There are two types of laser printers available:

    Basic document printer
    Copier/Scanner/Printer (All-in-One)

    If you only need to print documents, like a Word document, Excel spreadsheet, or a web page, the basic laser printer is a good choice. Laser printers at the lower end of the price scale are just black & white. There are color laser printers as well, but they will command a higher price.

    If you’re looking to be able to make copies of documents, scan a document to a computer, and print documents, the All-in-one laser printer is a good choice. As with the basic laser printer, the majority of All-in-One versions are black & white. Laser color printers are available but are higher priced.

    Laser printer Pros & Cons

    With laser printers, there are pros & cons to owning and using one.

    The pros include:

    More efficient toner use – laser printers are efficient on toner use, compared to Inkjet printer usage of ink. The cost per page for laser printers can be considerably less, which means a total lower cost of ownership over the life of the printer.
    Faster print speeds – laser printers can print documents quite fast, especially larger documents, when compared to an Inkjet printer.
    Less mess to clean up – toner doesn’t stain like ink does and cleaning a laser printer is not the messy task that an Inkjet printer can be.

    The cons include:

    Higher toner cartridge cost – toner cartridges do cost more than Inkjet cartridges, sometimes twice as much. However, they will last much longer than Inkjet cartridges.
    Larger physical size – while laser printers have gotten smaller in size over the years, they are still typically a bit bulkier than an Inkjet printer and don’t fit into the tight spaces as easily, if at all
    Can be noisy – laser printers are not known for their quiet operation. They are known to be louder when in use and can sometimes be a disruption or annoyance when trying to talk to someone in person or on the phone.
    High cost for color – laser printers are not common choices for consumers who want to print photos or even color in general. They are much pricier and while they can print good quality color, most consumers will opt for an Inkjet printer due to the lower price.

    Overall, laser printers are excellent for document printing, as well as copying and scanning. When it comes to long-term cost of ownership, they have the Inkjet printers beat. For basic home use, they may not be the printer of choice, but for the home office setting or even business setting, they can be a great choice and are often the choice made.

    Conclusion

    When making the choice between an Inkjet printer and a laser printer, the consumer needs to weight the pros and cons for both printer types. Ultimately, it may come down to initial up front cost and the Inkjet printer often wins that battle, but if the long-term cost of ownership is important, the laser printer should be a consideration.

    If photo printing is a high priority, the Inkjet printer is a logical choice. While ink usage is not as efficient as a laser, the Inkjet printer cost can be considerably less than its laser counterpart, which is usually enough of a reason to make the choice of buying an Inkjet photo printer.

    In terms of the ability to copy and scan, it can be a toss up in this category. If the printing & copying is just black and white, it may be worthwhile to go with a laser All-in-One printer. If color is important, the Inkjet All-in-One printer may be the better option.


    http://www.theguardian.com/money/2013/mar/30/inkjet-or-laser-printing-cost-effective

    Inkjet or laser printing: which is more cost-effective?
    David Robinson, The Guardian, Saturday 30 March 2013

    With the standard inkjet cartridge now producing a measly 200 pages, we look at whether laser printers represent a cost-effective alternative for the home consumer

    Xerox set the scene in the 1960s with its trailblazing printer and photocopier. Photograph: Xerox Historical Archives

    Back in 1969, a graduate named Gary Starkweather, working in the copier department at Xerox in the US, had a visionary idea. He wanted to utilise new laser technology to create a radically different type of printer. It would scan an image, transfer it electrostatically, and then use heat to fuse tiny specs of toner dust on to a piece of paper.

    The top brass at Xerox thought his idea was wildly unrealistic. But Starkweather persisted and a decade later the first commercial laser printers went on sale. The only drawback was that they were the size of a small car – and equally expensive.

    As home printing took off three decades ago, it was cheap inkjet models – which simply hammered tiny dots of ink on to paper – that would end up in most people’s homes. The bulky laser version was a business-only product.

    However, the last few years have seen the size and price of laser printers drop dramatically. Some models can now comfortably fit on a desktop.

    Basic monochrome models can be bought for less than £100, although more sophisticated colour versions – with features such as Wi-Fi and duplex printing – can sell for three times that, and more. This compares with the £50 and less that inkjet printers sell for. So a laser will only make sense if the savings on ink outweigh the extra cost of the machine.

    Standard laser cartridges – coloured toner (dry ink), typically cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK) – contain a lot of intricate components, print anything from 1,500-3,500 pages but can set you back a hefty £60-£120 each. Still, that compares well with the measly 200 pages you are likely to get from the standard inkjet cartridge costing around £15.

    So do laser printers now represent a cost-effective alternative for the home consumer?

    “It depends on how many pages you print,” says Patrick Stead, head of cartridge recycler Environmental Business Products. “Laser can be better value over the longer term, but the initial outlay can be a lot more.”

    Hewlett Packard manufactures more than half of the printers sold in the UK. Its bestselling HP Deskjet 3050A inkjet retails for about £90. The cartridges sell for £10-£15 and have a standard page yield of 190 (black) and 165 (colour).

    The company’s top-selling HP CP2025 colour LaserJet sells for about £300. Cartridges retail for about £110 and have a page yield of 2,800 (colour) and 3,500 (black).

    Cursory number-crunching indicates that if you print only, say, 1,000 pages a year – based on ISO standard 5% paper coverage – then the inkjet, at about 5p per page, is better value

    But for anyone who prints more than 2,000 pages a year, a laser printer, at about 3p per page, is cheaper. The savings increase the more you print. A screenwriter, for instance, who prints 10,000 pages, stands to save hundreds of pounds by switching.

    “If you print a lot of black and white documents then a laser can save you a lot of money,” says Laura Heywood, managing director, at laser cartridge remanufacturer Kleen Strike.

    But inkjet does have its advantages. At the domestic end of the market the print quality is higher and the colour definition better. “If you print mostly photos then you probably want to stick with an inkjet printer,” Heywood adds.

    David Connett, editor of industry magazine The Recycler, says: “If you’re buying a laser printer, it’s important to work out what you’re going to use it for before deciding on a model. As a rule of thumb, the cheaper the printer, the smaller the cartridge, and the lower the page yield.”

    Samsung’s ML2160 monochrome laser printer, for example, costs about £50. But the cartridges also cost £50 – and print a comparatively modest 1,500 pages.

    “Do not buy a laser printer on price alone,” says Heywood. “Always look at the cost of the replacement cartridges and their print yield.”

    One way to save money on these is to buy refilled cartridges, which can be 30-50% cheaper than the original price, according to the European Toner & Inkjet Remanufacturers Association.

    Peter Thompson, director at laser cartridge recycler PBT International, says: “Properly remanufactured laser cartridges are excellent value. But some producers find ways to cut corners, which can result in leakage and sometimes uneven printing. Try to buy from a reputable seller.”

    Experts say it’s always worth investing in a laser that supports duplex printing – printing on both sides of the paper – which cuts down on energy and paper consumption.

    “Some laser printers automatically print on both sides,” says Connett. “Other models allow you to reinsert pages manually to print the second side. And some do not support duplex printing at all.”

    It may also be worth buying a printer that is Wi-Fi compatible so that one click of a button will allow you to print, whether from laptop or smartphone.

    Thomson concludes: “If you think how little ink is in the average inkjet cartridge compared to the average laser cartridge the economics are in favour of laser. Sometimes the cartridge prices aren’t that different. But those for the laser can last an awful lot longer.”
    What you pay – and what you get

    HP CP2025N A4 colour laser printer Cost: Around £350

    Speed: Up to 20 pages per minute

    Features: Auto Duplex (automatically prints on both sides of a page)

    Cartridge cost: Original HP: Colour £110 (2,800 pages at 3.9p per page). Black £120 (3,500 pages at 3.4p per page).

    Warranty: One-year limited

    Brother HL-4140CN A4 colour laser printer

    Cost: Around £200

    Speed: Up to 22 pages per minute

    Cartridge cost: Standard Brother*: Colour £66 (1,500 pages at 4.4p per page); Black £46 (about 2,500 pages at 1.8p per page)

    Warranty: One-year onsite (upon registration)

    Oki C301dn A4 colour LED printer

    Cost: Around £100

    Speed: Up to 20 pages per minute

    Features: Auto Duplex (automatically prints on both sides of a page)

    Cartridge cost: Original Oki: Colour £64 (1,500 pages at 4.3p per page); Black: £60 (2,200 pages at 2.7p per page)

    Warranty: Three-year return to base

    (*All page yields based on ISO standard 5% paper coverage.)


    BettyWindsor, 30 March 2013 8:22am
    Two things are missing from this article

    1. Laser toner cartridges are usually refillable. Several companies sell bottles of toner that match specific manufacturers cartridges – usually comes with instructions as to how to refill the cartridge, reset the page counter, and empty the waste toner container. Toner cost me about £10 a bottle whereas a new original manufacturers cartridge was about £70. After about fifteen refills the drum gave out – not a problem as a generic replacement was about £20 and easily fitted

    2. Colour inkjets. Before you buy, check that the printer has four colour cartridges (cyan, magenta, yellow & black) and that generic cartridges are available. Buy generic cartridges on ebay – for my Epson printer generics cost about £1 and manufacturers about £10. You may also run into the page count limiter problem – basically stops the printer working when you’ve reached 150,000 pages – go to Google and you’ll usually find a software fix for this. You might run into the “waste ink collector full up” problem. Replacing this collector is a non-starter financially – my solution was several pieces of kitchen roll applied to the collector strip and soaked up the waste ink

    conejo, 30 March 2013 9:50am
    Some models can now comfortably fit on a desktop. At the risk of being accused of nitpicking, this is inaccurate. I bought an HP Laserjet 5L in 1997 which has been sitting very comfortably on my desktop ever since. Still going strong, as well, although I now keep an ancient laptop going as a print server because it’s the only machine in the house that still has a parallel printer port. :-(

    But on a wider note, my default printer is now the Bullzip PDF creator and I discover that neither of my sons owns a printer any more. On the very rare occasions when they need to commit something on to sheets of dead trees, they pop down to the local library or cybershop. There are fewer and fewer reasons for actually printing stuff these days and this will surely change the rationale for choosing printers and the market.

    pol098, 30 March 2013 3:03pm
    If I didn’t already have one, I’d get a second-hand B&W HP Laserjet 4L, a budget printer from the days when HP were streets ahead of anything else. Original HP cartridges have been cheap on eBay whenever I’ve needed one (about £15 for 2000 claimed pages). Don’t buy if you need speed, though, or if you print a lot. I’ve thrown away a number of (colour) inkjets in the time I’ve had it, mostly dried up from disuse. BTW, inkjets used infrequently are especially expensive, as they use a lot of ink in the initial cleaning cycle when switched on.

    bedrock2 pol098, 30 March 2013 5:24pm
    @pol098 – I have one of those. Must have owned it for donkey’s years and it is still only on its second toner cartridge, ever! The only drawback this printer has is the parallel interface. There is no support for USB or Ethernet, but I have mine plugged into an HP JetDirect card which connects to a wifi router, giving me wireless printing from Windows 7 and Linux machines. At my current rate of printing, I think this cartridge should last me another 10 years and unlike ink will never dry out.

    pol098 bedrock2, 30 March 2013 6:50pm
    @bedrock2 – Re HP LJ4L. Good point I’d forgotten; most computers these days don’t have parallel ports. Most parallel printers, including in particular the LJ4L and LJ4P, work fine with an easily-available USB-to-parallel adaptor, but I too use a print server box with a parallel port, which supports WiFi. On reflection I wouldn’t recommend buying an old printer with only a parallel port these days, cheap though it is, works fine but adds complexity. As recommended in a later post an old business-quality printer may be a good idea, but they’re pretty big for home use (the 4L is small). Old HPs are good. A Kyocera in good condition may be a good buy; they were amongst the cheapest to run as the drum itself didn’t need changing when the toner ran out.

    Rider000 bedrock2, 31 March 2013 3:53pm
    @bedrock2 – You can buy USB to parallel cables cheaply. Loads on EBay and here is one for £2.50 incl p&p.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2M-USB-to-Parallel-36Pin-Centronics-Printer-Cable-Lead-FREE-POSTAGE-IN-UK-/270976005232?pt=UK_Computing_USB_Cables&hash=item3f176db470

    I have an old HP 6P running on Windows 7 via a USB cable. Been waiting for the cartridge to fail for years. Its a much better solution for home users as a common problem is ink clogging in low usage machines often rquiring the printer is ditched. For high volume office internal prints I default an inkjet as Epson compatible cartridges can be had for a little over a £1 which makes the paper by far the largest cost item.

    bedrock2, 30 March 2013 5:16pm
    Most cost effective of all is to buy a second-hand business laser printer (HP LaserJet 4 or 5) fitted with an HP JetDirect ethernet card. This can be plugged in to your wifi router, effectively giving you wifi printing. I bought one of these from ebay for less than 2 pounds (I was lucky!) but they are not difficult to find for 30 – 40 pounds. Remanufactured toner cartridges are available for about 20 pounds and yield about 3000 – 5000 pages. This set up gives you cheap, fast, mono printing.
    On the downside, some older printers may need a service kit to replace pickup rollers, etc. But these are cheap and easy to replace. Fuser units and control boards can fail and are more expensive.

    bateleur pol098, 31 March 2013 5:25pm
    @pol098 – I have an ancient (by computer standards) HP Laserjet 4P. Bloody good printer. Never had any problems with it and cartriges go on forever. When I got a new computer running Windows 7 I simply had a parallel port installed. I’ve also bought an HP Officejet Pro 8600 for colour printing, scanning, etc. I must say, in my so far limited experience, the cartriges in that go on for quite a while too. I’ve had it about 6 months and the set up black cartrige has only just run out. Impressed so far.

    dourscot, 30 March 2013 10:33am
    Nah, lasers win hands down. As long as you buy the right model (not HP or Samsung) they are cheaper per page for any black and white printing over the life of the cartridge every time. They are also quicker and – pay attention – *far* more reliable. If you doubt that last point take a trip to your local recycling centre and check out the heap of broken inkjets.

    eddimerckxx, 30 March 2013 5:50pm
    After using an inkjet for a few years, PC World made me an offer I couldn’t refuse, and I bought, on price alone, an HP Colour Laserjet 1600 for one hundred pounds. I’ve been using it for over four years, and the black cartridge has been running out for about twelve months or more. I couldn’t go back to inkjets, they’re too slow, and laserjet quality is far superior.

    BazzaDP, 30 March 2013 9:59am
    “Do not buy a laser printer on price alone,” says Heywood. “Always look at the cost of the replacement cartridges and their print yield.” The exact same advice applies to Ink Jet. A little extra initial outlay can be paid off many times over in ink costs – even if you are print infrequently.

    Skydata BazzaDP, 30 March 2013 3:17pm
    @BazzaDP -
    And check the power consumption too. InkJet printers use minimal electricity, but laser printers use far, far more, even on standby because of the way they work. A hot roller is used to fix the toner onto the paper. As usual, an article that has ignored other factors in the total cost of ownership, which includes manufacturing and disposal costs.

    optimist99 Danden, 30 March 2013 2:23pm
    @Danden 30 March 2013 10:53am. Try “Vuescan” as alternative source of drivers. Works fine with my old HP printer and Windows 7 64 bit.

    pol098 Danden, 30 March 2013 2:50pm
    @Danden – Re Konica Minolta printer with no Win7 drivers: it’s very often possible to get printers working in this sort of case. (I’m using a 19-year-old laser printer which has run under many Microsoft and Linux operating systems). Do a Google search, with your model number, for terms like “Konica Minolta” 1350W “Windows 7″ (you’ll have to distinguish between 32- and 64-bit drivers). Also look for forums and ask for advice. A page with useful ideas is

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/konica-minolta-pagepro-1350w-compatibilty-with/744e5249-fbf2-45ec-948e-a8d062c61342

    though different models will have different requirements.
    HTH

    Skydata pol098, 30 March 2013 3:28pm
    @pol098 -
    I hope your school did not install 64 bit Win 7 (unless it is the Pro version). The non-pro 64 bit Win7 is going to sniff at a lot of old software, but the pro 64 bit allows you to run 32 bit Win XP as a protected image. This might allow you to run older drivers and software.
    Remember that as long as you can install older software, using right-click on its desktop icon allows you to set the compatibility flags. I am using MicrografX Picture Publisher V8 circa 1998 on 32 bit Win 7 and it works just fine.

    pol098 qvideh, 30 March 2013 2:54pm
    @qvideh – “I print very little ad the inkjet cartridges dry out. Would a laser printer be better from this point of view?”
    Yes, without question. In my experience laser cartridges last until empty, regardless of use.

    Skydata spatstl000, 30 March 2013 3:39pm
    @spatstl000 – The cartridges supplied with new printers are deliberately designed to run out quickly. You are effectively forced to buy a set of cartridges as well when you buy the printer. And to make more money not only do they have less ink, the more-recent printer software tends to be more clever at rejecting 3rd party cartridges.
    And QE has increased their price in parallel with the drop in the pounds value.

    ofghent, 31 March 2013 9:08am
    The other option which hasn’t been considered here is converting your inkjet to continuous feed – by paying for generic ink by the litre instead of branded cartridges by the millilitre, you can cut your per page cost to barely more than the paper. Generally, always buy a machine designed for the load you intend to use it for. If you’re doing high volume, long runs of relatively simple prints (primarily text) also worth considering is a Riso or other digital duplicator. They have a very high outlay, but they’re vastly cheaper per copy once you’ve got one.

    Tiberman, 31 March 2013 2:11pm
    I’m secretary of two community groups and for me the answer is to have both. I have an inexpensive (£50) Samsung monochrome laser printer to produce minutes, agendas and volume stuff in black in white. This is set as my default. I have a colour printer (again a pretty basic Epson SX 4 series) for when it’s needed to produce maps or coloured documents and photos. Usually this is kept switched off until needed rather than having it on standby, which I believes keeps the wastage of ink to a minimum. Even on a budget laser printer the speed of printing and the time it saves me makes recommend it to others.

    TrinityX, 01 April 2013 10:57am
    At work, we were always advised that toner can cause pregnant women to miscarry. I can’t find any references to back this up (and obviously we were going to try it out!) but this is a point that might be worth considering. Toner is known to be poisonous and has been alleged to have carcinogenic qualities. It’s easy to control exposure to it in an office environment, but how easy is it at home? I’m toying with the idea of a laserjet, to replace my broken inkjet… but this is an important nagging question to which I just can’t find an answer.

    generalschnitzel, 01 April 2013 11:47pm
    Can I just say… that it would be cheaper having a drug habit, than running a so-called modern printer!
    Used to have an Epsom inkjet (6 colours) which delivered extraordinary results, but replacement cartridges were horrendously expensive. When the printer is switched on it delivers ink to the print head to deliver optimum results, and to stop the head drying out. However this waste ink, apart from being expensive also saturates the waste pads, and needs to be serviced, including replacing pads and resetting printer CPU. Needless to say I skipped that one.
    Replaced it for a Kodak. Yes, ink is cheaper, but quality isn’t as good. If you can afford it – then laser is the way to go, especially if you have kid’s homework to print, etc.


    http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/354659/laser_vs_inkjet_printers_which_better_/

    Laser vs. inkjet printers: which is better?
    Campbell Simpson (PC World Australia (online)), – 28 July, 2010 14:20

    We look at the pros and cons of laser and inkjet printers

    If you’re buying a printer, either for work or for home, one of the choices you’re likely to be faced is whether to get an inkjet printer or a laser printer. Inkjet printers use liquid ink sprayed through microscopic nozzles onto the paper, and laser printers use a toner cartridge (filled with fine powder) and a heated fuser.

    Each technology has its own strengths and weaknesses. The two types use different approaches and each is appropriate for meeting different printing needs.

    Initial costs

    Surprisingly enough, you can purchase a basic laser or inkjet printer for almost the same price. If you’re looking for a budget multifunction printer — which will include the ability to photocopy and scan images as well as print — there’s not much difference in price between inkjets like the Canon PIXMA MX350 and lasers like the Dell 1133. One distinct difference between these two models, however, is that only the inkjet model can print colour pages – budget laser printers are only capable of producing black-and-white documents.

    The cheapest laser printers will generally cost around $130; you can pick up inkjet printers for as little as $60-$70. However, these budget inkjet printers generally come with ‘starter’ cartridges, which don’t have a full ink tank. This means you’ll need to refill them after fewer prints.

    Ongoing costs

    As you continue to use your new printer over a period of time, you’ll need to keep it supplied with appropriate consumables like paper and ink or toner. The ongoing running costs of printers are generally quoted in cents per A4 page. You can calculate this by dividing the number of pages an ink or toner cartridge can produce (this figure is provided by the manufacturer) by the price of the cartridge. This doesn’t include the cost of paper though (but this won’t change depending on the type of printers).

    Generally inkjet printers have a price per page of around 20 cents, although this includes both black and colour cartridges – if you intend to print only black, ongoing print costs are generally 7-8 cents per page. Cheap black-and-white laser printers have a price of around 6c per page on average. If you spend more on a laser printer, the cost per page generally drops quickly.

    Larger laser printers have additional ongoing costs when compared to inkjets: they often require an additional fuser cartridge or the replacement of parts with a maintenance kit.

    Print speed and text print quality

    When it comes to printing black and white text pages, laser printing is unbeatable. Even in low-end cheaper monochrome laser models you can expect print speeds of up to 20 pages per minute. Inkjets are significantly slower, with budget printers rarely printing more than 6 pages per minute of black text.

    For normal print sizes (of around 12pt and larger) text printing quality is similar between both laser and inkjet printing platforms. However, if your printing needs include printing small fonts then lasers are normally superior to inkjets, as the fusing technology better lends itself to the minute curves and dots of small text.

    http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/354659/laser_vs_inkjet_printers_which_better_/?pp=2

    Colour printing and colour print quality

    If you want to print colour – whether it’s a full-page colour photograph or simply a pie chart – you’ll almost certainly be better off with an inkjet printer. Colour laser printers are often bulky and quite expensive and generally aren’t suited to home or small office use.

    Even when comparing a colour laser printer to a colour inkjet, the inkjet is likely produce better colour images. Inkjet printers are able to reproduce subtle colour gradation in images where laser printers will display banding (distinct changes in colour saturation).

    Size

    Size is an important consideration for some users. If you’re looking for something to fit into a small space on or underneath your desk, it’s hard to go past an inkjet printer. However, if you don’t need scanning or copying a single-function laser printer may be small enough to suit your needs.

    Conclusion

    If you’re buying based on price – and most consumers are – the choice between a laser printer and an inkjet is simple. If you can afford to pay a little more upfront and if you’ll only be printing black text documents, a laser printer is a convenient solution. Inkjet printers are far more versatile, which is important for home use, but you’ll pay more in ongoing running costs and will have slower print times. Choose carefully!

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  • Virtual Chitchatting 2:22 PM on 2013/10/10 Permalink  

    The reasons of why ink-based printers are expensive and troublesome for common users’ experiences

    To inexperienced ink-based printer users, beware of the slicky things in the printing ink business. Ye shall pay more but getting a lot less.


    http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9225452/Printer_ink_Tired_of_feeding_the_cash_cow_?pageNumber=1

    Printer ink: Tired of feeding the cash cow?
    Inkjet refills typically cost significantly more than the printer itself.
    By Lamont Wood
    March 28, 2012 06:00 AM ET

    Computerworld – Human blood costs about $17.27 an ounce, silver about $34 an ounce. But both are bargains compared to the ink sold to the owners of inkjet printers, which can exceed $80 an ounce. Meanwhile, the ink used to print newspapers costs about 16 cents an ounce.

    Today, color inkjet technology offers essentially photo-realistic output from consumer or home-office printers that cost less than $100. But even those who print out as few as 20 pages a week will probably have to buy several ink refills a year, at minimum, costing way more than the original price of the printer. Those who understand the issues can avoid the worst shocks. (See “Shopping advice,” below.)

    “Everyone complains about the price of ink, but consumers do not do a net-present-value analysis when shopping — we only do it with higher-ticket items,” explains Federico De Silva, an analyst at Gartner, a market research firm. “They are going for a $49 printer, but when they have to refill it they realize they are spending $50 to $60 just on ink.”

    Computerworld – Human blood costs about $17.27 an ounce, silver about $34 an ounce. But both are bargains compared to the ink sold to the owners of inkjet printers, which can exceed $80 an ounce. Meanwhile, the ink used to print newspapers costs about 16 cents an ounce.

    Today, color inkjet technology offers essentially photo-realistic output from consumer or home-office printers that cost less than $100. But even those who print out as few as 20 pages a week will probably have to buy several ink refills a year, at minimum, costing way more than the original price of the printer. Those who understand the issues can avoid the worst shocks. (See “Shopping advice,” below.)

    “Everyone complains about the price of ink, but consumers do not do a net-present-value analysis when shopping — we only do it with higher-ticket items,” explains Federico De Silva, an analyst at Gartner, a market research firm. “They are going for a $49 printer, but when they have to refill it they realize they are spending $50 to $60 just on ink.”

    Shopping advice

    The rule of thumb is that, generally, the more expensive the printer the less expensive the refill ink, sources agree. But there is no cross-over point, or a printer price at which you can expect minimal ink prices, because multiple factors, such as print speed, can affect the machine’s price.

    For the best deal, know your needs when printer shopping, and establish the cartridge yields of the units you are considering. So for instance, if you print 100 pages a week, that’s more than 5,000 a year; with a low-end machine with 400-page yields you may have to refill monthly. Picking the right machine can save you hundreds of dollars over its life. If you print two pages per week, ink is a non-issue.

    Be careful about using higher print resolutions, as doing so drives up ink consumption exponentially, but the difference in quality may not be visible to the unaided eye, says Andy Slawetsky, head of Industry Analysts, a research firm in the print industry. For instance, Kodak’s inkjets have a default setting of 600 by 1200 dots per inch and can optionally be set as high as 9600 dots per inch, but the difference is often indistinguishable, says Rod Eslinger, comparative advertising manager at Kodak.

    Thom Brown, a supplies technology specialist at HP, suggests that inkjet owners leave their machines on. The printers will go into sleep mode and do print head cleaning in the background as required, he notes. But if they are turned off between use they may launch a major priming and cleaning cycle when turned back on, wasting ink each time.

    Some OEM cartridges have expiration dates built into their chips, and cannot be installed after that date, warns Slawetsky. Buying cartridges in bulk at a discount may be self-defeating for such machines, he warns, as a cartridge may expire before it is needed.

    An often overlooked issue is durability, or how long it takes the ink to fade. For example, Wilhelm Imaging Research in Grinnell, Iowa, rates the ink from most OEMs as likely to outlive the owner by decades when used to print photos that will be displayed under glass. But all third-party refill ink for HP cartridges that it has tested fade noticeably within a year. As for unlit archival storage, Brown at HP said the issue is really the choice of paper, since yellowing is a bigger problem than fading.

    http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9225452/Printer_ink_Tired_of_feeding_the_cash_cow_?taxonomyId=12&pageNumber=2

    “The model works,” Eason says, and Kodak has seen its inkjet revenue grow 39% year over year, according to its latest quarterly figures. (That said, keep in mind that Kodak has filed for bankruptcy protection.)

    Your mileage may vary

    Brown at HP also makes the point that buyers should not pay attention to the ink’s cost per ounce — not just because it’s unnerving, but because the total cost per page is a more useful metric. Anyway, of the major manufacturers, only HP and Canon list the weight of their cartridge contents. In contrast, all the manufacturers publish the expected page yield of their cartridges, online if not on the box. Even then, the buyers must calculate the cost per page themselves and then decide how relevant the page-yield data is.

    All the major printer makers use the ISO 24711 standard to establish page yields. The procedure is to install new, full cartridges and start printing out a suite of five documents until there is noticeable fading, or the machine announces that it is out of ink.

    The ISO suite consists of a business letter; a newsletter page with some text blocks with background color and a color photo that’s less than 2 x 2 inches; two pages of large color charts and graphs, and a color registration page. According to Lexmark product literature, the ISO documents are designed to give each color 5% coverage, averaged across all five pages. If you are printing family photos, coverage may far exceed 5% per color. If you are printing e-mails, coverage may be lower and will mostly involve black ink.

    Also, most people don’t do all their printing in one session, and their machines stand idle for long periods. During those periods an inkjet will occasionally come to life and perform print head cleaning, consuming additional ink. Sources agree that there is no rule of thumb about how much ink is lost this way, but the ISO test does not take it into account.

    In other words, as they say in the car ads, your mileage may vary.

    But accepting the standard as a basis for comparison, a random sampling of 33 black ink cartridges have published yields ranging from 175 to 2,400 pages, with the average being 661. Nine have page counts in the 400s. The cost per page (dividing the retail price by the yield) ranges from 1.6 cents to 15.4 cents, with the average being 5.9 cents. The average retail price of the black cartridges is $25.26.

    Keep in mind that a full refill will require at least one and perhaps three more cartridges for color (non-black colors are sometimes combined in a cartridge) and the price of each may be comparable to that of the black cartridge. Some printers shut down completely even if only one color runs out, or, if you’re able to press on, you risk ruining the print head fed by the ink cartridge that has gone dry.

    Third-party ink

    Meanwhile, in response to the high costs, a third-party cartridge industry has arisen based mostly on refilling recycled cartridges made by the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and collected through various channels. Lyra’s Lecompte estimates that a third of cartridges selling at retail are refilled, often selling for half the original price.

    But reservations about refilling are widespread, and include leaking, streaking, print head failures and unmatched colors. “I usually don’t get good results out of refilled cartridges,” says Andy Slawetsky, head of Industry Analysts, a research firm in the print industry, located in Rochester, NY. “I don’t recommend it with color, since it is tough to get good calibration.”

    “The quality is not quite as good since it is used equipment,” says Lecompte.

    Indeed, Micro Solutions Enterprises (MSE), a refilled toner cartridge supplier in Van Nuys, Calif., got out of the refill ink business two years ago because quality was hard to maintain, says Luke Goldberg, MSE vice president. MSE promotes the reputation of its refurbished laser toner cartridges, but maintaining the same quality with ink cartridges proved too difficult — there were too many leaking cartridges, too many that left streaks on the page, and other failures, Goldberg says.

    A note concerning prices

    The $17.27 per ounce cost of blood is based on figures for 2008 (the latest available) by the American Association of Blood Banks, for a one-pint (16-ounce) unit of blood, adding a 5.5% yearly cost increase since 2008. Note that this is a cost, not a price; human blood is not sold on the open market, but there are processing costs.
    The price of ink per ounce was determined using the listed retail price of the cartridge divided by the stated weight of the contents, when given, assuming that the specific gravity of ink approximates water so that a milliliter equals 0.0338 ounces. A random sample of 33 averaged $45.40 for ounce, ranging from $17.90 to $80.63.
    The cost of newspaper ink (about $2.50 per pound for black) was supplied by the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers.
    The price of silver was established in early March at http://silverprice.org.

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    Ironically, by getting out of the business MSE was also reacting to a trend toward lower cartridge prices, as more machines have the print head built into the body rather than in the cartridge, Goldberg added. (A Hewlett-Packard spokesman said that its cheapest cartridge with an integrated print head retails for about $15, while those without print heads start at about $10 and are usually found in more expensive printers.)

    On the other hand, online third-party refill ink vendor Castle Ink of Greenlawn, NY, is still in the business. Spokesman Bill Elward acknowledges that quality is a challenge, and that there are refillers who skate over the issue, giving the others a bad name. His firm has gone through four suppliers since 2005 looking for low defect rates, he says.

    “The average cartridge can be refilled at most six times, but for quality control the best practice is to not refill more than three times,” Elward notes. “But there are refillers who push it to the limit.”

    There are also third-party vendors that make their own copycat cartridges, risking patent infringement lawsuits. Goldberg explains that sticking to empty OEM cartridges is legally safe due to the principal of patent exhaustion, which says that after the OEM has sold its patented product the subsequent owners can do whatever they please with it. Elward notes that his firm sticks to OEM cartridges, but, since the supply depends on empties getting collected, various print-cartridge models often go in and out of stock.
    Printer refills

    Meanwhile, Goldberg also notes that some manufacturers put chips on some of their cartridges to identify them to the printer — and to prevent the machine from using third-party cartridges that lack the chip. Refillers often find workarounds, but the process may take two years, he says. By that time, a printer manufacturer may have upgraded its models and the cartridges needed for it.

    Phoenix Ink of Sarasota, Fla., represents a different approach: It supplies stores with ink-refill kiosks. Customers bring in their own empty cartridges for refilling, generally spending half what they would spend for a new cartridge, says the firm’s president, David Scanlan.

    “Used cartridges are a commodity and everyone is after them, so the prices fluctuate dramatically,” he notes. Phoenix Ink gets its ink from Kodak, and is able to service about 200 different cartridge models with nine different inks, he adds.

    As for color matching, most “people don’t care about that, and anyway if I put our samples in front of you alongside the OEM samples, I would be surprised if you could say which was which,” says Scanlan.

    Clouded future

    But as it turns out, defending ink prices is not the biggest problem facing the OEMs — it’s that the market for inexpensive inkjet printers isn’t growing, apparently because those who buy them have less and less use for them.

    “Photo printing in the home was a fad, and now they go to Wal-Mart for prints, or just upload their vacation photos to social media,” notes Gartner’s De Silva. “Then there were recipes from the Internet, and maps, but those moved over to smartphones and tablets. More and more material is being produced specifically for the Internet and is not suitable for printing. The inkjet market is still large, but is not growing,” he adds.

    In response, the major vendors are mostly moving to more sophisticated machines that would appeal to businesses, offering Internet-connected units that can print images sent to them from mobile devices, De Silva says. They also have processors that run apps that connect to cloud services, and run various kinds of document-related software — and have ink tanks instead of cartridges, he adds.

    And while laser printers typically cost more — although prices continue falling — lasers offer something that inkjets can’t compete with: printouts with a crisp sheen, thanks to the heated roller used in the laser process.

    “There is the perception that if I am printing a business proposal I want it to shine,” says Industry Analysts’ Slawetsky. “They feel that a laser is a more business-class machine, and having laser output shows that I am with a real company with a real printer. But photos come off better from an inkjet, and today’s office inkjets give better results than the photo inkjets of just a few years ago. There’s room for both.” (Sources also agree that the best per-page cost can usually be had with a small, low-end monochrome laser printer.)

    But don’t expect the manufacturers to shore up their market by cutting ink prices. “That boat left the dock many years ago,” De Silva says.

    Lamont Wood is a freelance writer in San Antonio.

    Read more about Hardware in Computerworld’s Hardware Topic Center. http://www.computerworld.com/s/topic/12/Hardware
    But all third-party refill ink for HP cartridges that it has tested fade noticeably within a year. http://wilhelm-research.com/hp/NonGenuine-3rdPartyInkRefills.html
    Kodak decided to offer printers http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9025966/Ink_wars_Kodak_vs._HP_in_the_ink_jet_consumables_battle
    Kodak has filed for bankruptcy protection http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9223543/Eastman_Kodak_files_for_Chapter_11_of_U.S._bankruptcy_code


    http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2013/08/the-high-cost-of-wasted-printer-ink/index.htm

    The high cost of wasted printer ink
    It’s pricey, yet tests show much of it may never hit the page
    Published: June 2013

    It’s enough that printer ink might be the most expensive liquid you buy. Even the cheapest ink, at about $13 an ounce, costs more than, say, fine Champagne, while the priciest, at about $75 an ounce, is more costly than, say, Chanel No. 5 perfume. Check our graphic, “The Case of the Disappearing Ink,” to see just how expensive printer ink can be.

    But exclusive new tests in our labs show that some, even a lot, of that precious ink probably never even makes it onto printed pages. Instead, it’s used to clean print heads and for other maintenance chores, typically when the printer is preparing to print after sitting idle for some time.

    Tests in Consumer Reports’ lab, done in cooperation with International Consumer Research and Testing, an independent consumer testing and research organization, confirm that some printers use much more ink than others in those rituals-and the extra cost of using those models can add up to $100 or more a year.

    Here’s more about our tests and what you can do, and what we think printer manufacturers should be doing, to keep ink consumption (and ink bills) to a minimum.

    The inky truth

    For some time, we’ve been hearing from readers that they were getting a lot less mileage out of their printers’ inkjet cartridges than they expected-less than even our rigorous printer tests showed they should get. The ink usage tests we have conducted in recent years, which are similar to the standard industry tests that printer manufacturers rely on to measure ink usage, consist of printing pages continuously in big batches.

    The fact that our readers were able to print far fewer pages than we did in our tests suggested that, for some consumers, those tests were not appropriate. One reason for this shortfall, our engineers believed, was that those readers were printing intermittently, perhaps a handful of pages a few times per week, rather than continuously.

    To determine whether intermittent use would cause such a shortfall, we devised a new test, in which we printed 30 pages, in batches of two or three pages, once or twice every day or two (skipping weekends) for three weeks. And we shut off the printer between sessions, as we believe many consumers do.

    The results, based on tests of dozens of current all-in-one inkjets representing the leading brands, confirmed our suspicions: In intermittent use, plenty of models delivered half or less of their ink to the page, and a few managed no more than 20 to 30 percent.

    True, most models wound up using the majority of their ink to actually print, though only a few came within striking distance of using it all. (Our intermittent tests included text and graphics, but not photos because we’ve found that most people print those relatively infrequently).

    ‘Diapers’ and ‘spittoons': Where the ink goes

    Manufacturers say it’s par for printers to consume ink in ways that don’t wind up on the page. For example, HP referred us to its website, which said, “Some ink . . . must be used to maintain the health of the print head; some ink is residual; and some ink evaporates.” [edited 7/2/2013]

    But when we contacted them, manufacturers were mum on just how much ink consumers should expect to be consumed in such ways, though they did volunteer that the ink spent in cleaning may actually end up in a reservoir inside the printer that one manufacturer calls a “diaper” and other manufacturers call a “spittoon.”

    In our tests so far, only Brother printers were consistently frugal with ink when used intermittently. Other brands varied widely depending on the brand line. For example, with HP, the Envy series of printers used relatively little ink for maintenance, while the Photosmart series used a lot more.

    We also found that you don’t need to sacrifice performance in order to save on ink. Several models that were fine performers were also among the stingiest with ink used for maintenance.

    Join our printer-ink discussion on Twitter! Hashtag: #DontDrinkMyInk
    Also watch our Vine video at the bottom of this page.

    What consumers should do

    Weigh performance

    If you’re shopping for a new printer, ink cost is just one of many factors to consider when making your choice. In fact, we don’t factor such costs into the overall score in our printer Ratings, which we use to rank models, because printer usage varies widely. Instead, we rank models on such key factors as print quality, speed, and convenience.

    As you may see from the Ratings, we’ve found little correlation between ink costs and quality, nor between quality and the amount of ink used for maintenance.

    Consider ink costs

    If you don’t print a lot of pages, focus on the top performers and consider ink cost only as a tie-breaker among closely ranked models. If you print a lot, check the Ratings to estimate your monthly ink cost.

    That figure will depend not only on the ink the printer uses for maintenance but what it actually puts on the page-and, of course, what the manufacturer charges for ink in the first place. Ink costs per ounce vary dramatically: from the $75-per-ounce figure down to about $13 per ounce.

    And as with ink usage for maintenance, there’s as much variation within brand, according to the cartridge used, as from one manufacturer to another. (For example, HP’s 60XL cartridge, used in such models as the Envy 120, contains ½ ounce of black ink and costs $32, which works out to $64 per ounce. But its 950XL cartridge, used in such models as the Officejet Pro 251dw, contains 2.5 ounces and costs $37, which works out to less than half as much per ounce.)

    The Ratings show how much it would cost in ink to continuously print a 40-page mix of black text, color graphics, and photos, a typical monthly usage. (We present that figure because we have it for all printers, new and old, while we have the intermittent-printing costs only for newer models.)

    If you know you print more or less than that amount, adjust the calculations accordingly. And the more intermittently you print-with pages printed here and there through the month-the more you’ll want to choose a newer model that has undergone our ink-maintenance tests. Note the scores for that attribute on newer models. We’ll include that score for other new inkjet models as we test them.

    You’ll save by choosing a model that’s relatively frugal in the ink costs shown for continuous use and in how much ink it spends on maintenance. Fortunately, some models fill that bill and perform at least decently, including the Brother DCP-J140W, $80, along with two Epsons: the XP-800, $180, and XP-600, $100.

    Adjust your habits to conserve ink

    No matter which printer you own or buy, you can’t directly control how often a printer maintenance cycle occurs. We’ve found that such cycles occur automatically based on a frequency the printer manufacturer sets. But you can reduce the number of such cycles, and ink consumption, in several ways.

    First, you can leave the power on. Leaving the printer on all the time avoids triggering a maintenance cycle each time you use the printer. When we did that with some of the most ink-hogging models, it did noticeably reduce ink consumption. Canon told us that “if the printer is switched off then it may do a longer clean.”

    Worried about the cost and environmental impact of the extra energy consumed? Inkjets left on consume very little power when not in use, so your ink savings should considerably outweigh the energy cost.

    For less-critical work, print in Draft mode, which will reduce the amount of ink used in printing (though not the ink used in maintenance). And don’t print lots of large photographs, especially in high-quality mode, since they use the most ink.

    Also, don’t change cartridges unless you must. Whenever you exchange an ink cartridge that still has plenty of ink left for, say, a less-costly off-brand one for less critical work, you trigger an ink-consuming initialization cycle.

    Consider buying a laser printer as a second printer for black-and-white, since laser printers don’t use maintenance ink, and they print excellent text.

    How high are your printer-ink costs? Join the discussion in our forums.

    What manufacturers should do

    We accept that maintaining optimal printer performance may require that ink be consumed, and that not all printers can be as miserly as the most frugal we found in our tests. But we also believe that if manufacturers can make some printers that are frugal, they can better apply the design lessons from those models to make more, if not all, of their models use ink efficiently, no matter how often they’re used.

    Based on our tests, in which maintenance cycles were initiated in some printers by simply turning the printer off and then on again, one way to minimize ink used in such printers could be to have them keep track of time even when shut off, and initiate such cycles according to need rather than each time they are powered on.

    Until manufacturers take such steps, we think it’s fair to consider at least some of the ink manufacturers charge so much for to be wasted. That’s because some of their models use so much of it in maintenance-and other models that each manufacturer makes clearly demonstrate that such usage needn’t be so excessive.

    A tale of two printers: Ink miser vs. ink guzzler

    Here’s how dramatically the differing cost of ink for cleaning and maintenance can affect printing costs. These two printers have about the same price and high level of performance, yet one is frugal in ink used for cleaning and maintenance, and the other is profligate. The table shows the annual ink costs for each to print 380 pages of text and color graphics and 65 photos, intermittently-the way many people print. The figures show how ink used for maintenance accounts for all of the $120 gap in annual ink costs between the two.

    Printer Price Annual ink cost
    Approximate total (cost of ink used for maintenance)
    Epson Expression Premium XP-800 $180 $110 ($21)
    Canon Pixma MX922 $160 $230 ($150)

    The case of the disappearing ink

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    Editor’s Note: This article appeared in the August 2013 issue of Consumer Reports magazine.


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    Consumer Reports: Save On Printer Ink
    June 26, 2013 5:45 PM

    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – When it’s time to buy new ink cartridges for your printer, the cost can be a real shock.

    Did you know your printer is gobbling up ink that never lands on a page? Well, Consumer Reports’ recently tested nearly 30 big-name printers and found exactly that.

    Keeping a printer full of ink is one of life’s really annoying expenses.

    You may not realize it, but printer ink is one of the most expensive liquids you can buy. In fact, ounce for ounce, it can cost more than fine champagne.

    So, when Consumer Reports’ readers complained their printer ink seemed to be disappearing, testers got on the case.

    “Ink is used as the printer prepares to print after not being used for a while. So if you print infrequently, that could mean more ink used for maintenance chores like cleaning the print heads,” Paul Reynolds with Consumer Reports.

    Consumer Reports designed a special test to see how much ink was actually making it onto paper. Testers printed 30 pages of text or color graphics intermittently over a three-week period.

    Some printers were much less efficient with ink. The worst offenders used as much as $120 a year in ink that never gets used to print anything. They were the HP Officejet Pro 8600 and the Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro 4000.

    Test data also showed most brands had printers that used a lot of ink for maintenance, as well as ones that were easy on ink.

    “If they can keep ink usage down for some, they should be able to keep it down for all their printers,” Reynolds said.

    But one brand stood out – Brother.

    All three of the Brother printers tested were frugal with ink at start-up and a Consumer Reports Best Buy the Brother DCP-J140W at $80.

    You can save on ink no matter which printer you own by following this advice from Consumer Reports. First, try to print all at once rather than every few days. Also, leave your printer on between jobs. The tiny amount of standby power used will cost much less than the ink used up when the printer turns on.


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    7 On Your Side
    Printer ink efficiency tested by Consumer Reports
    Michael Finney, Wednesday, July 10, 2013

    If you’ve ever had to buy ink for your printer, you know the frustration of expensive cartridges. So how much ink is your printer really using? Consumer Reports has partnered exclusively with 7 On Your Side to find out.

    When it’s time to buy new ink cartridges for your printer, the cost can be a real shock. And what if your printer is gobbling up ink that never lands on a page? Consumer Reports’ tests of nearly 30 big-name printers found exactly that.

    Keeping a printer in ink is one of life’s really annoying expenses.

    Many don’t realize it, but printer ink is one of the most expensive liquids you can buy. Ounce for ounce, it can cost more than fine champagne. So when Consumer Reports’ readers complained their printer ink seemed to be disappearing, testers got on the case.

    “Ink is used as the printer prepares to print after not being used for a while. So if you print infrequently, that could mean more ink used for maintenance chores like cleaning the print heads,” said Paul Reynolds of Consumer Reports

    Consumer Reports designed a special test to see how much ink was actually making it onto paper. Testers printed 30 pages of text or color graphics intermittently over a three-week period.

    Some printers were much less efficient with ink. The worst offenders used as much as $120 a year in ink that never gets used to print anything. They’re the HP Officejet Pro 8600 and the Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro4000.

    Test data also showed most brands had printers that used a lot of ink for maintenance as well as ones that were easy on ink.

    “If they can keep ink usage down for some, they should be able to keep it down for all their printers,” said Reynolds.

    But one brand stood out – brother. All three of the brother printers tested were frugal with ink at start-up; a Consumer Reports best buy is the Brother DCP-J140w at $80.

    You can save on ink no matter which printer you own by following this advice from Consumer Reports. First, try to print all at once rather than every few days. Also, leave your printer on between jobs. The tiny amount of standby power used will cost much less than the ink used up when the printer turns on.

    Consumer Reports is published by Consumers Union. Both Consumer Reports and Consumers Union are not-for-profit organizations that accept no advertising. Neither has any commercial relationship with any advertiser or sponsor on this site.

    (All Consumer Reports Material Copyright 2011. Consumers Union of U.S. Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.)

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    http://www.cnbc.com/id/100857718

    Guzzling Printers Can Waste $100 of Ink a Year, Report Finds
    By: Herb Weisbaum, Tuesday, 2 Jul 2013 | 7:33 AM ET

    You already know printer ink is expensive. Actually, it’s one of the priciest liquids you buy. Ounce-per-ounce, even the cheapest ink (about $13 an ounce) costs more than fine champagne.

    But here’s the real shocker: A lot of that precious material doesn’t get onto the paper but ends up wasted.

    Consumer Reports found that some printers gobble up a significant amount of ink-50 percent or more-for nonprinting functions such as cleaning print heads.

    The extra cost of using a model that soaks up ink for routine maintenance could be as much as $120 a year, the editors estimated.

    “We were surprised by the amount of ink some printers used,” said Electronics Editor Paul Reynolds.

    (Read More: 3-D Printing: This Generation’s ‘Moon Shot’ Moment, http://www.cnbc.com/id/100796266)

    Consumer Reports investigated the problem of disappearing ink after readers complained that they weren’t getting their money’s worth-fewer copies than the magazine projected based on its rigorous tests.

    Its engineers suspected the problem was caused by intermittent printing. So, they designed a new test to simulate real-world conditions: print a few pages now and then, and keep the machine off in the meantime.

    The revised test protocol was to print 30 pages of text or color graphics intermittently over a three-week period.

    In the lab, Consumer Reports put several dozen big-name all-in-one inkjet printers through their paces. While most of the models used most of their ink to print, only a few came within striking distance of using all of it.

    Based on this new testing, the researchers verified the cause, documented the difference between models and figured out how to get more pages per cartridge.

    “Our tests confirm that it’s worth paying attention to how much ink is used for cleaning and maintenance, and to make that part of your buying consideration,” Reynolds said.

    The worst offenders for wasted ink were the HP Officejet Pro 8600 and the Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro 4000.

    (Read More: Amazon Rolls Out 3-D Printer Shopping Section, http://www.cnbc.com/id/100809948)

    Brother stood out from the pack. All three of its printers tested were consistently frugal with ink when used intermittently. Consumer Reports named the Brother DCP-J140W at $80 a CR Best Buy.

    With other manufacturers, the amount of maintenance ink used varied widely, even within brands. For example, the HP Envy series of printers used relatively little ink for maintenance, while HP’s Photosmart series used a lot more.

    Good news: You don’t need to sacrifice performance to save on ink. Several models that were fine performers were also some of the stingiest with maintenance ink.

    (Read: “The High Cost of Printer Ink” from the August issue of Consumer Reports, http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2013/08/the-high-cost-of-wasted-printer-ink/index.htm)

    How Do 3-D Printers Actually Work?
    Sylvain Preumont, founder and director of iMAKR, the world’s largest 3-D printing store, tells CNBC how the printers work.

    Why Is So Much Ink Wasted?

    Whenever you power up your printer, it goes through a maintenance cycle that uses ink. That’s what’s happening when the printer head moves back and forth after your turn it on.

    This intermittent use can burn through more than half the ink in the cartridge. A few of the models Consumer Reports tested were so wasteful that only 20 percent to 30 percent of the ink in the cartridge ended up on the paper.

    Manufacturers are aware of these results. They told the magazine it’s necessary to use this ink to preserve quality.

    Reynolds said he understands this and realizes that every printer cannot be as miserly as the best ones tested. But people should be able to turn their printer on and off without triggering more cleaning and maintenance than is needed, he added.

    “If manufacturers can make some printers that are frugal, why can’t they better apply those design lessons to make more models use ink efficiently?” he asked. “We encourage manufacturers to learn from the best models they have and apply that to some of the worst.”

    How to Squeeze More Ink Out of Those Expensive Cartridges

    There’s no way to directly control the frequency of your printer’s maintenance cycle. That’s determined by each manufacturer. But based on Consumer Reports testing, we know that turning the printer on triggers a maintenance cycle. Obviously, the fewer cycles the better.

    That’s why the magazine now suggests leaving the printer on. It did that with some of the most ink-hogging models and got noticeably reduced consumption.

    Yes, that will use more electricity, but Reynolds said inkjets go into a sleep mode and use very little power when they’re not in use.

    (Read More: Law Student Gets Around Gun Control With 3-D Printing, http://www.cnbc.com/id/100661606)

    “Your ink savings should considerably outweigh the energy cost,” Reynolds assured me.

    Other money-saving suggestions from Consumer Reports:
    Don’t change cartridges unless you must. Whenever you exchange an ink cartridge that still has plenty of ink left for, say, a less-costly off-brand one for less-critical work, you trigger an ink-consuming initialization cycle.
    Print in draft mode for less critical work. This will reduce the amount of ink used in printing (though not the ink used in maintenance). And, don’t print lots of large photographs, especially in high-quality mode, as they use the most ink.
    Consider buying a laser printer as a second printer for black-and-white, as they don’t use maintenance ink and they do an excellent job with text.

    -By Herb Weisbaum, CNBC. Follow him on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Consumerman and Twitter https://twitter.com/TheConsumerman or visit The ConsumerMan http://www.consumerman.com/ website.


    http://www.hp.com/pageyield/articles/us/en/EfficiencyArticle.html

    HP Printing Efficiency: Helping Customers Save Ink and Money

    When making purchase decisions about printers and inkjet print cartridges, customers typically are most concerned with printing capabilities, print quality, speed, product features and ease of use-but cost comparisons are also an important consideration. In comparing costs, customers may look at cartridge price, measurements of page yield and related estimates of cost per page. But cartridge price and cost per page are only part of the economic picture.

    Some customers also compare cartridge ink volumes in milliliters, but this comparison is not a reliable indication of the relative number of pages that can be printed. HP recommends that customers consider page yield when comparing printers and cartridges, because printers from different manufacturers vary in how they use ink.

    A range of other factors-including price, quality, reliability, customer usage and the way printers use ink-impacts printing costs. When comparing costs, customers also need to consider these factors. HP wants customers to have meaningful information on all the factors involved to help them make the best choices for their needs. This article explores how differences in the way printers use ink-known as printing efficiency-impact page yields and printing costs.

    The impact of efficiency on printing costs

    The page yield that customers derive from their printing systems depends on several factors, including their printing habits and how their printing system uses ink both to print pages and to maintain reliable performance.

    To keep the ink flowing smoothly and the nozzles clear, all inkjet printers use some of their ink before printing when a new cartridge is installed as well as for system maintenance when the printer has not been used for a while. This ink usage is critical for optimizing printing performance and reliability. Some printers use a lot of ink during this process, while others are engineered to use very little.

    Printing efficiency is reflected in the amount of ink available to print pages after accounting for the ink the printer uses in everyday, start-and-stop printing for system maintenance between print jobs. Inkjet printing systems are not equally efficient in their use of ink for system maintenance. Therefore, in comparing printers from different manufacturers, it is important to understand the impact that printing efficiency has on page yields during typical customer usage.

    The new ISO standard measures printer yield by printing continuously until the cartridge is empty. Since there is no break in printing, this approach does not account for the ink used for system maintenance during everyday operation. Therefore, testing based on continuous printing does not capture the efficiency differences of different printing systems and may not represent the page yields a customer will actually experience. Much as city and highway driving results in different fuel consumption and fuel economy, continuous printing delivers different results than normal start-and-stop customer usage, and customers will experience different page yields based on their actual usage and the efficiency of their printer.

    Independent testing assesses the impact of efficiency

    To demonstrate the impact of printing efficiency on page yields, HP commissioned an independent study by SpencerLab Digital Color Laboratory.1 Conducted from April through June 2006, the study tested several manufacturers’ popular printer models used by home customers.2

    The purpose of the study was to:
    1. Compare the efficiency of different inkjet printing systems-that is, how much ink they use for maintenance and how much ink is available to them for printing pages, and
    2. Gain insight into the page yield of inkjet cartridges during typical, start-and-stop customer usage.

    The research revealed that:

    The Epson printers tested used over twice as much ink and the Canon printers almost twice as much ink as the comparable HP printers tested to print the same number of pages.1

    1. Page yields derived from typical start-and-stop printing are different from those measured when printing continuously. The graphs below show that the relative yield rankings of the printers tested change in start-and-stop vs. continuous printing.
    The HP printers tested demonstrated the smallest percentage change between continuous printing and start-and-stop, or intermittent, printing.

    2. There are significant differences in printing efficiency among the printers tested.
    The HP printers had the highest average printing efficiency among all the printers tested.

    3. More efficient design and performance preserve a greater percentage of ink for printing pages.
    The Epson individual ink cartridge printers tested used over twice as much ink and the Canon printers tested used almost twice as much ink as the comparable HP printers tested to print the same number of pages. This is because the Canon and Epson printers consumed about 50 percent of the supplied ink-significantly more ink than consumed by the HP printers- during system maintenance and cartridge changes

    4. Printers with individual ink cartridges for each color are not inherently more efficient than printers with tri-color cartridges. The design and performance of the printing system itself-not the type of cartridge the system uses-determine efficiency.

    Intermittent vs. Continuous Yield Change


    Page yields derived from typical start-and-stop printing are different from those measured when printing continuously. As shown in the charts above, the relative yield rankings of the printers tested change between start-and-stop printing and continuous printing. The HP printers tested demonstrated the smallest percentage change between continuous printing and start-and-stop printing.

    How HP delivers efficiency

    “Printing efficiency significantly impacts the normal user’s page yields and actual printing costs. Our testing revealed striking differences in how efficiently different inkjet printers performed and the effect this had on yields during typical usage.”
    -David R. Spencer, President
    SpencerLab Digital Color

    It is important to look beyond the claims to consider what factors contribute to printing efficiency and costs. For example, a small amount of ink may remain in a depleted tri-color cartridge depending on color use during printing. However, some HP competitors expend significant amounts of ink for system maintenance.1 This can be considerably more than the ink left behind in tri-color cartridges during normal use. And HP printers are engineered to use very little ink for system maintenance.

    HP printers with tri-color cartridges and with individual ink cartridges deliver exceptional printing efficiency. This results from three design features that closely interact and for which HP has demonstrated technology strengths:

    Ink design. HP’s patented inks are highly pure and uniquely formulated to keep nozzles clear without frequent cleaning cycles. This increases reliability and reduces the need to use ink for maintenance-saving the ink for printing pages.

    System maintenance design. HP’s patented wiper-blade technology keeps print-head nozzles clean and reliable, and our leak-resistant capping system helps prevent nozzles from clogging during non-use. Both technologies reduce the need to draw ink from the print cartridge to maintain print-head reliability.

    Air management. Air, which naturally builds up in inkjet ink, can create bubbles and affect print quality. Advanced HP cartridge technology solves this issue by automatically removing air from the system, without wasting ink.

    HP printing efficiency limits ink consumed for system maintenance and results in higher page yields in typical start-and-stop printing mode when compared to competitors’ products under similar conditions.

    The design and performance of the printing system itself-not the type of cartridge the system uses-determine efficiency. For more details on how ink is used in inkjet printers, see the companion article “Ink Usage in Inkjet Printers” at http://www.hp.com/go/inkusage.

    Toward a more complete picture of costs

    Many factors impact printing costs, so customers should look carefully at the information they use to compare costs. For example, how, what, and how often customers print can impact a printer’s use of ink, and therefore the number of pages printed per cartridge. Printing efficiency significantly impacts page yields, and therefore costs.

    HP has designed its inkjet printers and cartridges, including both individual ink and tri-color cartridges, for efficient ink usage so customers can save ink and money. When customers compare the costs of different printing systems, HP encourages them to consider not only price and page yield, but also reliability, quality and efficiency.

    The independent test results presented here show that HP inkjet printing products demonstrate excellent yield performance-in the lab and in real life-during the start-and-stop printing typical of actual customer usage. Customers can look to HP products to deliver printing efficiency, along with reliable performance and excellent print quality.

    1 Inkjet Printing Efficiency: Yield and the Customer Experience, SpencerLab Digital Color Laboratory, August 2006.
    2 All-in-one printers tested: HP Photosmart C3180, HP Photosmart C4180, Epson Stylus CX4800, Epson Stylus DX3850, Epson Stylus DX4850 and Canon PIXMA MP170.


    http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2007/06/study-inkjet-printers-are-filthy-lying-thieves/

    Study: Inkjet printers are filthy, lying thieves
    According to a recent study, inkjet printers are woefully wrong when they …
    by Ken Fisher – June 19 2007, 11:34am SEAST

    A new study says that on average, more than half of the ink from inkjet cartridges is wasted when users toss them in the garbage. Why is that interesting? According to the study, users are tossing the cartridges when their printers are telling them they’re out of ink, not when they necessarily are out of ink.

    The study by TÜV Rheinland looked at inkjet efficiency across multiple brands, including Epson (who commissioned the study), Lexmark, Canon, HP, Kodak, and Brother. They studied the efficiency of both single and multi-ink cartridges. Espon’s printers were among the highest rated, at more than 80 percent efficiency using single-ink cartridges. Kodak’s EasyShare 5300 was panned as the worst printer tested, wasting 64 percent of its ink in tests. TÜV Rheinland measured cartridge weights before and after use, stopping use when printers reported that they were out of ink.

    That’s the first problem. Printers routinely report that they are low on ink even when they aren’t, and in some cases there are still hundreds of pages worth of ink left.

    The second issue is a familiar one: multi-ink cartridges can be rendered “empty” when only one color runs low. Multi-ink cartridges store three to five colors in a single cartridge. Printing too many photos from the air show will kill your cartridge faster than you can say “blue skies,” as dominant colors (say, “blue”) are used faster than the others. Therein lies the reason Epson backed the study: the company is singing the praises of its single-ink cartridge approach, an approach which is necessarily more efficient in terms of wasted ink because there’s only one color per cartridge, and thus only one cartridge to replace when that color runs out.

    Single ink cartridges aren’t exactly perfect, however. Such cartridges still were reported as empty with an average of 20 percent of their ink left, which means that an entire cartridge worth of ink is wasted for every five which are used. Given the sky-high prices of ink, this is an alarming find. Epson’s own R360 posted the best numbers, with only 9 percent wasted. Yet again, Epson commissioned the tests, so we must ask what’s missing.

    The study did not measure how much ink is lost due to lack of use, or through cleaning processes. Inkjet cartridges are known to suffer from quality problems if they are not used for long periods of time, sometimes “drying up.” This problem has been addressed in recent years, but it has not been eliminated.

    The study also did not calculate the total cost per page, which arguably is more important than efficiency. If Epson’s multicartridge approach is more efficient, it could nonetheless still be more expensive per page than multi-ink cartridge systems. In its defense, Epson and TÜV Rheinland said that their study focused on the ecological impact of inkjet printing. This is a familiar argument: hybrid cars have also been criticized for their supposed efficiency, with debates raging as to whether or not your average driver will ever see cost savings from better miles-per-gallon given the relative expensive of hybrid engines.

    As such, anyone in the market for an inkjet printer still needs to compare specific models to one another to get a feel for efficiency, and Epson’s efficiency claims needs to be weighed next to the comparative cost of competing inkjet solutions.

    Still, the unintended result of this study is that regardless of the battle between single- and multi-ink cartridges, inkjet printers themselves are significantly off the mark when it comes to reporting the fullness of their cartridges. As the Eagles would say, you’re best off when you “take it, to the limit.” (Or with a laser printer, one can always do the toner cartridge cha-cha.)


    http://www.techsling.com/2012/11/the-secret-of-ink-cartridges-revealed/

    The Secret Of Ink Cartridges Revealed
    by Erika Celario on November 30, 2012

    “Low on ink,” every printer users hate that notification popping out their screens especially when their printing a very important material at the moment. Unfortunately, this frequently happens on inkjet printers which are commonly used at home and micro-offices.

    Inkjet printers are more popular in small working environments since it cost lower than laser printers or multifunction printers. Their printer consumable, inkjet cartridges, also has a low price compare to toner cartridges that the laser printers used. However, in regards to this, inkjet cartridges has a lower page yield or printing page capacity which means it is totally predictable to say that the ink on your inkjet printer are likely to be empty at a shorter span than laser toner cartridges.

    Unbeknownst to many though, inkjet cartridges hold a secret that manufacturers wouldn’t want to share to the printer users. So what is that? Well, have you ever ask how your printer is able to read the amount of ink within its cartridge? It’s because inkjet cartridges have a small circuit board that contains memory and a command that checks the level of ink within your cartridge every now and then to notify the user if ever the ink is near to becoming empty. On the other hand, these circuit boards don’t always give an accurate reading which might lead the printer users actually thinking that their ink cartridge is already empty when actually it’s not. So before you dump that ink cartridge to the nearest trash can, you might want to check if it’s really empty or not, by following this steps.

    First, you should find the tiny circuit board in the inkjet cartridge. Once you found it, you will notice a small hole usually on top of it. There is a button inside it; this is the reset button for the circuit board. You can press it using the end of a paper clip. This will initialize the circuit board in re-reading the level of ink more accurately this time since it had been reset. After you have done this, place back the ink cartridge on your inkjet printer, refresh your computer and then check out if the level of ink within your cartridge have changed on the printer setting window.

    This procedure will help you to get the best out of your inkjet cartridges and get what you really pay for. This will also avoid you from wasting your ink cartridges when it is not actually empty in the first place.

    To make sure, in the first place, you should purchase your inkjet cartridges at reliable printer supplies retailer which offers warranty for their printer cartridges. You shouldn’t be worry if you’re buying replacement compatible inkjet cartridges too as long as you check that their page yield and performance are comparable to OEM-branded cartridges and they went under strict quality-tests to pass the standards of the printing industry in terms with printer consumables.


    http://www.theguardian.com/money/2013/feb/23/printer-ink-cartridges-paying-more-getting-less

    Printer ink cartridges: why you’re paying more but getting a lot less
    David Robinson, The Guardian, Saturday 23 February 2013

    Big printer companies are accused of ‘squeezing ever-increasing amounts of cash out of the poor consumer’

    It’s a busy morning at Cartridge World in Aylesbury, part of a chain of almost 200 outlets across the UK that sell branded and refilled printer cartridges. It’s a thriving business. The shop has seen turnover double in the past five years.

    But store owner Martin Dyckhoff says customers come to him time and again with the same complaint: the branded inkjet cartridges they have bought run out of ink too quickly.

    The sky-high price of printer ink – measure for measure more expensive than vintage champagne – has been well documented. Less well-known is the fact that the amount of ink in the average cartridge has shrunk dramatically. “Newer cartridges contain a fraction of the ink a similar product contained a decade ago,” Dyckhoff says. “The amount can be minuscule.”

    For example, the Epson T032 colour cartridge (released in 2002) is the same size as the Epson colour T089 (released in 2008). But the T032 contains 16ml of ink and the T089 contains just 3.5ml of ink. It’s a similar story with Hewlett Packard (HP) cartridges. A decade ago, the best-selling HP cartridge had 42ml of ink and sold for about £20. Today, the standard printer cartridges made by HP may contain as little as 5ml of ink but sell for about £13.

    Cut open a HP inkjet cartridge and you’ll find what is going on. The size of the sponges inside, which hold the ink, have progressively reduced over the years. The rest of the cartridge is now simply empty space. In Epson cartridges, meanwhile, the ink tank has been systematically reduced in size.

    “The strategy has been to nudge the consumer towards a high frequency of purchases,” says David Connett, editor of The Recycler, a trade magazine covering the remanufacturing industry. “The big printer manufacturers have reduced the amount of ink in a cartridge, encrypted the chip technology, and used aggressive marketing tactics to discourage refills.”

    Chris Brooks, technical director of industry group the UK Cartridge Remanufacturers Association, is more forthright: “The big printer companies do all they can to squeeze ever-increasing amounts of cash out of the poor consumer in exchange for less ink.”

    Worst value, say the experts, are the colour cartridges. All three leading players, including Canon, sell single tri-colour cartridges – cyan, magenta and yellow – often with less than 2ml of ink per colour. “They’re very bad value because when one of the three colours runs out the entire cartridge stops working,” Dyckhoff says. “We always recommend people buy a printer with a separate cartridge for each colour.”

    The shrinking amount of ink in cartridges has enabled manufacturers to offer a remarkable new product – called “XL” (extra large) but almost exactly the same size as the standard cartridge. For example, HP makes the HP300, which contains 5ml of black ink and sells for about £13. It also makes the HP300XL, which has more ink – about 16ml – and sells for around £20-£25. But both are nearly identical in size. Indeed, some makers’ “XL” cartridges may contain less ink than standard cartridges issued a few years ago.

    XL cartridges are an “insult” to the consumer, says Patrick Stead of cartridge recycler Environmental Business Products: “HP sells half-full cartridges, then sticks an ‘XL’ on, fills them up, and sells them for even more money. The difference in manufacturing costs is pennies. It’s a shocking rip-off.”

    The printer companies dispute that they are squeezing consumers to ramp up profits. “Focusing on any single factor such as the point of purchase, the up-front cost of the cartridge or printer, the cost per page, or the millilitres of ink in a given cartridge is not an accurate way to measure the cost of printing,” HP said in a statement. It says consumers should focus on the cost per page of printing. It claims that on its Officejet Pro models, ink costs on a per-page basis have been maintained at the same levels since 2009.

    Epson, meanwhile, argues that print heads are more efficient compared with 10 years ago because of advances in technology. “They are able to produce a greater number of pages with an equivalent amount of ink,” the company said in a statement.

    Of the leading manufacturers, Canon has been the least aggressive in its ink reduction, but volumes have still shrunk. Its recent PGI-525BK inkjet cartridge, for example, contains 19ml of ink compared with its 26ml BCI-3BK issued in 2005. The company has also introduced standard and XL cartridges.

    Critics accept there have been improvements in technology and modern print heads are more efficient. “But these improvements cannot justify a five-fold decrease in the amount of ink in a cartridge,” Brooks says. “The cost of printer ink is the lowest it’s ever been, a few euros for a litre. Many cartridges cost less than 50p to make. The mark-up is enormous. The consumer is paying far more pro-rata today than a decade ago for cartridges containing very little ink.”

    There is an intense battle between manufacturers (HP, Epson and Canon) and “remanufacturers”, represented by Brooks, who refill cartridges to sell at a discount. Remanufacturers have grabbed a third of UK sales, at the same time as counterfeit cartridges from China are flooding into the country.

    In addition, aggressive competition from new entrants such as Kodak, which threw itself into the market in the mid-2000s offering cheap plastic printers and even cheaper cartridges, has eaten into their bottom line. (Kodak said last year that it was pulling out of the inkjet market.)

    “The big three have seen a year-on-year erosion of their market share,” Brooks says. “They had to do something drastic.”

    The response has been to sell cheaper printers and recoup the money on low-ink cartridges, which consumers have to replace more often. A decade ago, the average household printer cost upwards of £150, but today they retail for as little as £30.

    Many new printers come with “start-up” cartridges that contain tiny amounts of ink so the owner has to buy new cartridges almost immediately. Others have embedded technology to block cheap refills. “The logic is simple,” Stead says. “Once a consumer buys a HP printer they have to buy HP cartridges, no matter what they cost.”

    Save while you print

    • Beware really cheap cartridges, which run out in no time. XL cartridges cost more but do provide better value in the long run.

    • Don’t buy printers with single tri-colour cartridges. When one colour runs out the entire cartridge stops working even if there is plenty of ink left in the other two chambers. Buy a printer with a separate cartridge for each colour.

    • A DIY kit – £5.47 at Asda, £8 at Tesco – provides enough ink to refill a cartridge up to six times. Jettec and JR have kits with 90ml of black ink, enough to fill some cartridges 45 times, for £8-£10. But DIY refilling can be an incredibly messy business.

    • Buy refilled cartridges, saving 20%-70% on branded originals. Try cartridgeworld.co.uk and viking-direct.co.uk.

    • If you print mostly black-and-white documents, a laser printer uses toner, which lasts longer than ink. Page yield is in thousands rather than hundreds.


    1 http://discussion.theguardian.com/discussion/p/3ev85?orderby=oldest&commentpage=1&per_page=50
    Printer ink cartridges: why you’re paying more but getting a lot less
    David Robinson, The Guardian, Saturday 23 February 2013

    BettyWindsor, 23 February 2013 8:22am
    The solution is to buy generic inkjet cartridges on eBay
    for my printer (Epson) manufacturer’s cartridges cost about £10 whilst generics cost less than £1

    SpursSupporter BettyWindsor, 24 February 2013 9:39am
    @BettyWindsor – I agree. The only thing I’d say is don’t buy a lot at one time since they can seem to clog up if stored for a long time.
    Also, print in ‘draft’ quality if you can, it’s quite readable for pages of A4 text and uses less ink. And, print ‘greyscale’ only if you can to avoid odd bits of colour printing in documents if you don’t need the colour as black cartridges are often cheaper than colour, especially tricolours.

    leadballoon BettyWindsor, 25 February 2013 9:44am
    @BettyWindsor – The problem is the ‘chip’ arms race. The printer in the shops today have chips the generic or compatible manufacturers don’t make yet. They need some time to crack the chip and the volume sales to make it worthwhile. For the first year or more you’re stuck with the ‘genuine’ cartridges or refills. Once reliable generics are around, they’re cheaper and more convenient than refilling. Fine for maps, letters, notice boards, timetables and all the day to day stuff. Don’t leave them for months without use and expect them to work first time; they do clog more than ‘genuine’. There are some brands in the market with a reasonable reputation, some of the Amazon sellers tend to be reliable suppliers of the same brand over time.

    If you plan to move to generics, always avoid HP. They build part of the print head into the cartridge so even the ‘re-manufactured’ cartridges are expensive. The largest manufacturers have the best availability of generics so Canon and Epson were always the brands of choice. The reduced volume of the latest Epsons appears to leave the field open for Canon.

    Smollett BettyWindsor, 25 February 2013 10:21am
    @BettyWindsor – Agree. I pay £5 or less on eBay for a set of five compatible cartridges for my Canon ip4500.

    Somua35 BettyWindsor, 25 February 2013 5:12pm
    @BettyWindsor – The Free Market works.

    epinoa BettyWindsor, 25 February 2013 10:21pm
    @BettyWindsor – As you know printer ink is just carbon. The big name brands are obviously using ground diamonds rather than soot.

    FrankLittle Somua35, 25 February 2013 11:31pm
    @Somua35 – The Free Market works. It works fine for a while, then quickly runs out and people are left looking around for economy measures.

    mabrow, 23 February 2013 8:40am
    The shocking thing I have found is that it is almost cheaper to buy another colour laser printer than to replace the toners. What a waste, more landfill.
    Agree about the black and white printing though, you can’t beat a laser. They for on forever.

    hamishsdad mabrow, 23 February 2013 1:38pm
    @mabrow – too right, last year my relatively new samsung laser printer failed just after I had bought 2 sets new cartridges. I found the price for a new printer (including a set of cartridges) was only a bout 10% more than the set of cartridges I had just bought. Meaning that if it cost more than £ 10 to get a repair man out I was out of pocket.
    I had up to that time only ever bought the proper branded cartridges, but as the printer only lasted me about 15 months I fail to see any benefit in spending twice as much on the branded product. may as well buy a new printer and one set of non branded cartridges and then throw the printer out!
    What does it mean for the environment when a printer becomes a throw away commodity because of the pricing of the cartridges?

    AlanAudio mabrow, 25 February 2013 10:02am
    @mabrow – It’s not that simple. Printers these days usually come with what they call ‘starter’ cartridges. They’re just like ordinary cartridges but they’re nearly empty, so although a new printer with cartridges may appear to be similar in price to just buying new cartridges, the included cartridges won’t last long.
    I’ve also discovered that on my HP inkjet printer, the longer lasting ‘XL’ cartridges now contain substantially less ink than the previous set of ‘XL’ cartridges that I bought for that printer, but the price has increased.

    MyCatPi mabrow, 25 February 2013 11:20am
    @mabrow – Absolutely. I bought an HP laser in 2007. It has had 2 new blacks and 1 each of the three colours. Ok they are 60 quid each but they don’t dry up. Also when you upgrade windows they use generic HP drivers so you don’t generally have driver issues.

    xiyangyang mabrow, 25 February 2013 6:22pm
    It is amazing that so many people are still being fooled by the crappy printers these companies aim at consumers.
    If you need to do any real volume of printing at all, buy the cheapest office laser you can find that offers the features you need- for me ‘need’ meant full duplex and network connection, no need for junk like cheap scanner/fax built in. Just forget about inkjets altogether, and for colour photos go to a print shop where you will get vastly better quality for the price of colour ink.
    If you get something nice and boring and generic like the HP P1012 series, you will get a cheap, reliable, high quality, fast laser printer with cheap cartridges that print thousands of sheets each. Fake Chinese cartridges are even cheaper.

    Don McNaughton, 23 February 2013 9:37am
    Here’s a concept that acknowledges the fact that plastic cartridges don’t color documents! Refill only the ink!!!! WOW imagine that! In Canada we have a company called printwell that does this and it costs less than one third of the cost of a new cartridge and sends less dirty fossil fuel/carbon based plastics to the landfill and into our air while saving cash and giving less to the rich who really don’t need it anyhow. So maybe you can ask for a place that refills your existing cartridge too! Yay!

    fensaddlerinoz Don McNaughton, 25 February 2013 2:47am
    @Don McNaughton – It helps if you read the article. Surprisingly enough the UK has a chain of retailers which do offer refilling of cartridges. They are called Cartridge World, and are mentioned in the first sentence of the article. Surprisingly people outside Canada do get the idea of recycling and resource conservation.

    TurangaLeela Don McNaughton, 25 February 2013 4:06pm
    @Don McNaughton – not very green of you to waste all that expensive ink with those unnecessary exclamation marks.

    bartelbe fensaddlerinoz, 25 February 2013 9:05pm
    @fensaddlerinoz – The problem is the printer companies are making it increasingly impossible to refill cartridges. Which benefits nobody, but the printer companies.

    fflump, 23 February 2013 9:40am
    Surely in an era of tablets, smartphones, kindles, pdfs people are printing less and less? I’d be interested to learn exactly what people print out these days. Photos I guess but the quality is poor compared to paying 5p per print to outsource it. If you work from home I guess a printer is needed but in that case go for a b/w laser printer the toner lasts for eons.

    oommph fflump, 23 February 2013 10:15am
    @fflump – Well, more and more of us work at home for a start. I find I’ve gone back to printing a lot more recently. The increasing use of electronic devices means I find I have so much on screen that it’s quite hard to keep track of it. Reading things on screen (notably small ones) can also difficult to do accurately and you can’t “mark up” relevant bits so easily, and you get into “now which email said this and from who and where exactly did I file it” and all the rest.
    There’s also endless new printing ops – all those useful maps and directions from googlemaps, travel tips etc to have to hand etc. I minimise it using some tips from a past column here – print “draft” version and only back where possible, print “two sides per page” if possible, only relevant pages and so on.

    Halo572 oommph, 23 February 2013 10:39am
    @oommph – I have printed 8 pages so far this year related to work and that was to go through onsite with a client with a pen to make notes. Everything else is electronic and can be read onscreen or on a tablet. Where there may be printing I forward it on electronically to the recipient and they can print it if they choose. If it doesn’t exist I take photo of it or scan it and then it does. And when I do print and it requires no presentation I use a stock of blank backed junk letter paper that provides me an FOC solution. Anything off the Internet can be saved electronically, be it a PDF, webpage or cut and paste into a word document. No hardship to carry my compact laptop to refer to in combination with a Tom Tom.
    And why print mysupermarket list every week when I can write it on the back of a used envelope. Printing is a defunct habit, there is a way around it in most non-essential instances and people choose to print as they don’t know how not to or think about how they can avoid it. That obviously doesn’t apply to self printing photos.

    fflump oommph, 23 February 2013 10:51am
    @oommph – I don’t accept that marking up documents is harder to do electronically-incredibly easy to add comments, edits, annotation of pfds on Acrobat Pro, track changes on Word etc. You argument of how to search for emails seems bizarre-“where exactlt did I file it”? Lol that applies surely to printed out emails not electronic ones which are 3 seconds away via any simple search. As for having travel tips “to hand”-come on! Save them, bookmark them-there’s no need to print them out and stuff them into a large lever arch folder marked “hand travel tips”!

    OverThereByTheDoor fflump, 24 February 2013 10:21am
    @fflump – Almost the only things I print out these days seem to be forms that I receive electronically, send back electronically, but in between have to print out, sign and scan back in. Which is clearly complete madness. I’ve got a new Epson and haven’t had to replace the cartridges yet, but I’m assuming I can get them refilled from the shop on the high street like I did with my old Canon – is that not the case?

    SoundWay OverThereByTheDoor, 24 February 2013 12:46pm
    @OverThereByTheDoor – get a digital signature, you can do it free online, save it, and bung it onto any document.

    samwilsonau fflump, 25 February 2013 4:19am
    Another reason to print (actually, the only reason, really; but there’s those stupid-but-valid reasons that others have mentioned on this page) is when one wants to produce archival-quality paper documents for long-term storage. Then, the best bet is pigment ink in an inkjet printer, using archival paper. Never print, unless planning on keeping the printed page for at least a hundred years (well, maybe fifty).

    laguerre SoundWay, 25 February 2013 7:45am
    @SoundWay – get a digital signature, you can do it free online, save it, and bung it onto any document
    No you don’t. Lots of organisations don’t accept digital signatures.

    LePendu OverThereByTheDoor, 25 February 2013 10:49am
    @OverThereByTheDoor – Almost the only things I print out these days seem to be forms that I receive electronically, send back electronically, but in between have to print out, sign and scan back in. Which is clearly complete madness. Many years ago I scanned my signature and saved it as a Jpeg image – easy to insert into documents without the need to print them.

    MarkWE LePendu, 25 February 2013 12:56pm
    @LePendu – The big problem I have with this concept is that YOU can do this, but so can anybody who has a copy of your signature.

    afinch fflump, 25 February 2013 3:24pm
    @fflump 23 February 2013 10:51am. Backlink by cifFix. I don’t accept that marking up documents is harder to do electronically. I find it varies. Paper is far easier to read than any screen, especially for things like legal contracts where you need to move back and forth very quickly. I find it much easier to read and mark up contracts on paper. Sometimes I then re-type my comments into an electronic version of the contract.
    Small screen devices (including small laptops) are a bit worthless for anything with complex diagrams in, so I still print those out to look at. Also, marking up diagrams is generally much easier in print.

    FatAl123 fflump, 25 February 2013 9:04pm
    @fflump – i print out crap for the kids. which is why my magenta cartridge always goes first :)

    dourscot, 23 February 2013 10:29am
    The real answer is simply to dump inkjets once and for all and buy a laser printer. Avoid brands like HP and Samsung, both infamous for their poor value for money consumables. Brother and Kodak are the best, Canon somewhere between the two extremes. And never buy the cheapest models of any printer – they are the ones built on a model of sky-high consumable prices.

    mabrow dourscot, 23 February 2013 10:40am
    @dourscot – I almost agree re the brands. I’ve had great service from an old HP though. Lexmark! Spawn of the devil!!

    AttendantLord dourscot, 23 February 2013 7:12pm
    @dourscot – Agree about using a laser, but would add my vote (from experience with two cheap colour lasers) that a decent black and white laser is much better in both quality of print and value. Visit a decent specialist printer supplier (online or for real) for bargains such as older models discounted. Ours is on the network (so anyone in the house can use it) and duplex (prints both sides) – very useful paper saver, especially if like me you have tried to do this manually and get it all wrong…. It’s even possible to refill laser toner cartridges yourself (I used U Refill toner in Birmingham), which worked on my old Xerox, though it is a bit fiddly and I was glad to be able to do it in the garage!

    dourscot mabrow, 24 February 2013 11:59am
    @mabrow – Check re Lexmark. Terrible reputation that lot, which is probably why they slowly went bust.

    AndreNZ, 23 February 2013 10:38am
    The “lovely” people at Epsom update their software regularly so that newer generics are rejected, their printers also stop working without a full set of cartridges e.g. you cannot print in black if one of the colour cartridges is empty and they also identify cartridges as empty when there is clearly ink present – viva la capitalism – no wonder the right wingers don’t want the “red tape”of consumer protection – how would they make super profits otherwise. I have heard that the red ink is actually horse blood!

    LadyMuick AndreNZ, 23 February 2013 11:09am
    @AndreNZ – my HP printer is exactly like that too, in terms of rejecting cartridges without a chip identifying them as genuine HP; refusing to print without the full complement of cartridges; and claiming they are empty when they clearly are not. ‘Viva la capitalism’, as you say.

    FelineOne AndreNZ, 23 February 2013 8:46pm
    @AndreNZ – yeah this annoys me more than anything – a dopey “print status monitor” utility which insists my cartridges are “empty” when they’re still printing fine and won’t print black & white documents because I’m low on magenta arrrrrrrrrrgh

    arooo AndreNZ, 25 February 2013 11:04am
    @AndreNZ – Ditto to this. Why should I need to have a new magenta cartridge to print in black and white?

    Seth Gaines AndreNZ, 25 February 2013 2:24pm
    @AndreNZ – Such a scam. If consumer protection regulation can’t fix this, maybe the good folks at Anonymous or similar could ‘retrieve’ the codes for us?

    borisoftickfen, 23 February 2013 11:00am
    Furthermore, my Epson sometimes can’t tell the difference between real Epson cartridges and generic – it makes printing a nuisance with “wrong ink” warnings regardless of what is in there. It also tries to make me put in new cartridges even when there is still 1/4 cartridge by its own calculations. I agree about the irritation of being unable to print in black because the blue cartridge is empty. What’s really annoying is that this Epson had to be bought because my lovely lovely Lexmark wouldn’t run in xp on the previous computer upgrade.

    Boeingclipper, 23 February 2013 1:07pm
    I’ve got a cheap and cheerful Brother printer/scanner DCP135C. The last time I needed to replace the ink cartridges, PC World wanted to charge me over £40 for a set, almost as much as the cost of the printer! Instead, I ordered a generic alternative online which came to about a tenner, next day delivery, and they’ve proved fine. The company I used is called Distinctly Inky (I’ve no connection with them btw), but there are plenty of others you can choose from.

    GreatBlah Boeingclipper, 23 February 2013 7:06pm
    @Boeingclipper – I have an ancient brother too. I’ve never used brother cartridges in it after the ones it came with. The printer cost about £125 5 years ago but after my £50 HP gave up after a year I’m not complaining.

    wichdoctor Boeingclipper, 24 February 2013 9:51am
    @Boeingclipper – I too ‘had’ a brother all in one though mine was a 145c. Cost £35 and lasted 3 years. It left me with two sets of cartridges that cost me a tenner from an ink supplier up the road from me. Can’t complain about it from a cost point.

    imladeris1 Boeingclipper, 25 February 2013 1:42pm
    @Boeingclipper – I had the same printer for years. Split the cartridge and inject ink .See youtube Easy to refill. The machine wore out before I ever bought a new cartridge. Worked fine on Tesco’s refill inks!

    DoctorWhom wichdoctor, 25 February 2013 7:19pm
    @wichdoctor – Amazing what you can find on the internet. My HP Laserjet 1010, the most basic model was only available between 2003 and 2005. No idea when I bought it but it’s still going strong up to ten years later.

    QueenBoadicea, 23 February 2013 2:06pm
    Well we’re screwed by everyone else, just another bunch of corporate thieves to contend with.

    Wellesz, 23 February 2013 3:32pm
    When i started buying printers HP was the default option. Now I will NEVER buy HP again.

    Bluestone, 23 February 2013 4:24pm
    I’m not sure why Trading Standards or the OFT has never done anything about these scam artists. They’re exhibiting the sort of behaviour that’s quite clearly not allowed in other areas – imagine if car manufacturers pulled the same stunts with petrol or tires or spare parts (although they’ve tried it to some extent with engine diagnostic computers).
    Epson, HP, Canon et all, need to be slapped into last week and publicly shamed. Massive fines and stringent new consumer protection laws – and environmental laws. Also, get yourself a laser printer. Mine was working with the cut-sized, bundled cartridge until a few weeks ago, about 2 years after I’d bought it.

    edgeofdrabness Bluestone, 25 February 2013 9:21am
    @Bluestone – Epson and/or HP have been taken through the courts by the EU, if I remember rightly, because of the “I won’t print without genuine ink” mess. I’m not 100% sure but I think the consumer lost at the time. Even if the verdict went in favour of the consumer, the practice of “genuine ink only” printers clearly continues. I too am a former happy HP printer customer. Started with HP many years ago (I have a semi-pro Deskjet still in use), great stuff, now won’t go near them ever again after a number of bad experiences a few years back (even before current business practices). I’m happy with my Canon(s) at the moment.

    todobien, 23 February 2013 7:54pm
    In Bolivia you can get your black and white and colour cartridges refilled for £4 for the two. :-)

    londonMike todobien, 24 February 2013 8:32pm
    @todobien – £4 + plus the cost of the return air fare :-(

    todobien londonMike, 25 February 2013 12:46pm
    @londonMike – not for me. I live here :-)

    TomKington todobien, 25 February 2013 2:21pm
    @todobien – great, i have been trying to get my white refilled for ages ;-)

    Perfectgame, 24 February 2013 6:19am
    Can someone recommend a laser printer that works as an ‘air’ printer easy to connect to my iPad please?

    jacob123 Perfectgame, 24 February 2013 6:31pm
    @Perfectgame – I use a number of Brother printers and it works well for me

    propforward Perfectgame, 25 February 2013 7:57am
    @Perfectgame – There’s a pretty long list at http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4356

    rbliss, 24 February 2013 8:51am
    HP also lock printer cartridges to a specific country, as we found out when we tried to buy cartridges in Cyprus for a printer bought in Dubai. 3 weeks, 27 emails, 3 phone calls later we gave up and asked a friend to post us some. I will never ever buy an HP printer again.

    wichdoctor, 24 February 2013 9:59am
    I replaced my broken Brother all in one with an HP for the sole reason it was the only one I could find locally that would print on a Linux OS. So far the ink that came with it has not run out after printing around 300 pages of A4. If I get a couple of years out of it I’ll be satisfied. I have had to scrap printers because the cartridges became more difficult to source. My old Epson C62 was still printing when I gave it away for that reason. i still have a 9 pin dot matrix fanfold printer with a ribbon that gets reinked. New ribbons impossible to find but I may try buying a differewnt one and see if it is possible to wind it on to the spool.

    dourscot, 24 February 2013 12:04pm
    On second reading I think the computer magazines that push these products have a bit of explaining to do. I hadn’t realised that ink volumes had been chopped so ruthlessly but has a single tech magazine ever pointed this out? Or even noticed?

    Douglas Hope, 24 February 2013 12:36pm
    There must be a MASSIVE demand for a simple B&W printer capable of using generic handicrafts-shop bottled ink. I’d love to see a startup to give it a go.
    Most important?:

    I’m heartily sick and tired of being ripped off by printer firms. It seems every time I REALLY need to print, some colour cartrige is so thoroughly expired, I can’t print simple black and white. Support organisations repeat rote rubbish about having to keep colour cartridges nozzle’s clear – nozzles irrelevant to essential B&W printing.

    Ism10, 24 February 2013 12:37pm
    It really is a case of the OFT to look into the matter.

    David Stephenson, 24 February 2013 1:07pm
    A laser printer can print in colour as well. Invest say £250 in a used one and another £200 in toner on eBay. It’s expensive to set up but the only real option if you do a lot of printing.

    MightyMekonOfMekonta David Stephenson, 25 February 2013 2:32pm
    @David Stephenson 24 February 2013 1:07pm. Get cifFix for Chrome. A laser printer can print in colour as well. Not only will it print colour, but will print decent colour photographs on the cheapest, crappy photocopier paper. With inkjet printers, unless you use special (and expensive) coated papers the ink spreads out, making the photo blurred and… well, pretty yucky.

    Douglas Hope, 24 February 2013 1:44pm
    There is another side to this. Every one of these firms claim to have USER interest and business ETHICS at the centre of their everyday work. This printer scam reveals what utter hogwash this is. Moreover, when I look at the pile of trashed hardware we’ve accumulated from one of them (3 laptops whose motherboards were bricked by dud graphics processors, and a pile of dead power adaptors), it becomes obvious that THIS manufacturer has long learned not to give a toss. Their top managers earn millions. For what?

    wichdoctor, 24 February 2013 2:10pm
    The point being avoided is that unless you do a lot of printing then the cost of ink or toner is pretty much an irrelevancy. I paid £13 for a set of cartridges for a HP. I rarely print photo quality so I would expect to get at least a thousand pages of A4 out of them. At my rate of use now I don’t expect to need a new set until next year. I did work in an office as the IT guy until my retirement. In an office environment you need a laser printer. Or even a few. Modern mono lasers are pretty well foolproof and quite economical whichever one buys. For a basic home laser I’d go for the Brother HL 2130 if you can still find them
    Inkjets are too costly in resources and operator time but a good one for the times one needs a colour print is invaluable. For that the HP cartridge combined printhead seems to win over the Epson ink tank. From experience they have less clogging. I’ve thrown away Epson printers because the cost in time of cleaning was more than a new printer

    GiantIronPhil, 24 February 2013 3:14pm
    I use an Epson B1100 inkjet for producing exposure acetates for screen printing. I installed a Constant Ink Supply System in it the week I bought it (search for CISS on eBay). Without this I would have spent literally thousands of pounds in replacement cartridges by now as I go through a LOT of black ink. Now I buy the stuff in 1 litre bottles and have about 100 ml of it running into the printer at any given time.

    Also, all consumer-grade Epson printers (and probably most cheap inkjets) have a built-in obsolescence in that all waste ink is dumped onto a pad in the base of the casing. The amount discharged is monitored so sooner or later your printer will fill up with waste ink then simply stop working. This nearly did for mine last week, fortunately I was able to use a chip resetter app and install an external waste tank. But even the professional large format machines force you to buy a new waste tank periodically.

    PreahPithu GiantIronPhil, 25 February 2013 2:28pm
    @GiantIronPhil – I print fabric and have been running a Continuous Ink System for a couple of years. I recently had to replace my Epson wide format printer and found my old system did not work. However, I am pleased to note that I now have cartridges that I refill easily and the cost is minimal. Others may not want to do the refilling but for me it is part of running my studio.

    Rider000, 24 February 2013 6:35pm
    OEM cartridge £13 or compatible for £2.50. It’s compatibles everytime for my Epsons. They are a third of the cartridge world prices too from online retailers of whom there are many. Just make sure the chip technology is the latest when buying compats.

    Johnyordinary, 24 February 2013 6:47pm
    Buy epson, get the crack sowtware and use compatibles,£2.50 a set of 4 for my sx215 printer, also never allow a working driver to update, manufacturers are sneaky and will try and stop you using copy cartridges.

    Chris Knibbs, 24 February 2013 7:12pm
    Why no mention of CISS (continuous ink systems)? They replace the cartridges with new heads with pipes that run to refillable ink tanks outside of the printer. They are easy to install and extraordinarily cheap to run. I’ve had a Canon printer with a CISS set-up running for 3 years with no problems. A chip on the system sorts out the sneaky counter in the printer that tries to tell me that the ink is running out after so many copies. I buy cheap black ink by the litre and colour in smaller bottles.

    Nancy Smith Chris Knibbs, 25 February 2013 12:35am
    @Chris Knibbs – absolutely. the ciss systems are tops! people always go for the cheapest bang for the dollar and end up with cheap. buy a commercial quality unit, it will outlast and deliver better quality prints, and will run quiet/

    kelse, 24 February 2013 8:26pm
    Agree with most of the comments above, I have been staggered by the cost of replacement inks, however, bought a cheap all in one Canon inkjet from Amazon for 20 quid and first cartridges were Rymans compatibles. Since then, I have bought a simple refill kit off Ebay for circa a tenner and refilled them several times myself with no issues. You just press the override button when ink is running low and although there is an error message on the printer you just ignore it. The cost is an absolute fraction, 10s of pence to refill! Works on both Windows and Linux OS by the way for the reader above….

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    Cosmonaut, 24 February 2013 8:35pm
    Things have become so ridiculous that there is now the Scumbag Printer meme…

    Nancy Smith, 25 February 2013 12:31am
    a few years ago, an eBay seller error made a boo boo. i bid on a nice server, w/ 4 xeon 1.2gHZ and tons of memory. what i received on delivery was this massive HP office JEt printer, by mistake. i was going to return but the seller said “keep it’, it would cost him more for return shipping than it was worth. as it turns out it has four massive bottles of inkjet juice, with these octopus supply tubes that end up at the massive jet printer head. each bottle holds about a full pint of ink. best printer i’ve ever had. after three years of household printing and no refills so far! its not the smallest, but by far the best quality, color, no-jams, can use 17 inch wide cardboard straight fed thru too!

    Tailspin, 25 February 2013 1:11am
    We use Brother mono laser and HP colour laser printers, both very cheap, then buy compatible cartridges off Amazon or EBay. Quality of the compatibles varies a lot with supplier so you need to experiment, but overall it works out fairly cheap. We print a fair volume for our business and for our needs this is the most cost effective approach.

    Pinturicchio10, 25 February 2013 1:18am
    Anyone has tried the Kodak printers? I’ve read somewhere that Kodak sells printers for a high initial cost, but then sells the cartridges at a much lower price than competitors. I’d like to know if that is true and if the Kodak printers perform well.

    Admin User, 25 February 2013 2:30am
    I have an HP CP1700 Color Ink Jet printer, circa 1998. It was about $3000 brand new, but someone gave it to me for free when the LCD panel stopped working. I don’t need the LCD panel because the software displays the same information on my computer. Since 2007, this printer has output beautiful color prints up to 18″ x 20″ @ 1200DPI with no mechanical problems whatever. Each color cartridge and print head can be replaced separately. The first time I tried to use aftermarket ink cartridges, the printer driver sent me a warning message that the cartridge was empty.

    I googled the message and it turned out that the printer was reading a chip in the cartridge that let the printer know it was not made by HP. The same google search result said that if you removed a small battery from inside the printer, you could use aftermarket ink cartridges without restriction. Long story short, I pay about $12 for replacement printheads and about $21 for replacement aftermarket ink cartridges, and tend to get more than 500 pages of brilliant quality output between exchanges. Also, the cartridges don’t say they are empty until they are really empty. New HP cartridges will tell you they are empty once they are more than six months old, whether or not they are empty. I have to print from a virtual machine running XP, because Apple stopped supporting printer drivers for this model (except for open source drivers which are crap) and the Windows 7 drivers don’t print as nicely as the ones that came with the printer originally.

    I also have an HP LaserJet 4000DN that I bought for $10 three years ago. The network card was bad, I got a new one on eBay for $10. For $20, I have been printing flawlessly with the original used toner for three years. HP used to make great stuff, but once the last two CEOs got in there, their engineering went to hell. Buy used and save, better quality and cheaper prices, better for the environment…

    Elder1, 25 February 2013 2:59am
    quote: Others have embedded technology to block cheap refills. “The logic is simple,” Stead says. “Once a consumer buys a HP printer they have to buy HP cartridges, no matter what they cost.”
    No they don’t. It is illegal in the EU to block refilling or replacement cartridges from other sources. For instance, my HP colour laser has a setting that stops it from automatically quitting when it thinks the cartridge has run out. They don’t advertise it but by law it must exist. About those “startup cartridges”: I spent 23 years working for Xerox. In many cases, especially with laser printers such as mine the “startup” cartridge is exactly the same as the regular cartridge but is programmed to claim to be empty after 600 prints instead of 2000. Disable the auto-quit setting and it prints just as long as the “full size” replacement.

    bluezoo Elder1, 25 February 2013 7:16am
    @Elder1 – Good information, I just checked my HP Inkjet – in Settings, Preferences, right at the bottom there is an option to turn off the memory chip for ink status – hey presto! I need to replace the colour cartridges so I’ll now try one generic and see what happens!

    Jaimelo bluezoo, 25 February 2013 10:14am
    @bluezoo – the only writer who shows a bit of commonsense. Instead of whining, he went and DID something about the problem. Give him a job someone!

    BusinessWriter bluezoo, 25 February 2013 10:35am
    @elder1 and @bluezoo – Looking on my Epson – can’t see that setting – any clues? Thank you for the tip.

    MaxsDemon, 25 February 2013 4:53am
    Epson L series has refillable tanks for all inks. I can’t see where to buy them in Europe though: Philippines and India no problem.There is little indication available as to prices either.

    indcoup, 25 February 2013 5:47am
    bit like a mars bar really.

    gothicguru indcoup, 25 February 2013 1:06pm
    @indcoup – can’t print with a mars bar, the caramel clogs the nozzles…..

    Frequent, 25 February 2013 5:55am
    I’ve got a nearly ten year old Canon all in one that has always been great. Recently I got sick of the ever increasing prices for Canon ink and bought generics. I did quite a bit of research and went for a reputable seller on Amazon. Eight months and one set of generic cartridges later, the nozzles are blocked. Galling. Anyone recommend a decent replacement that prints out good quality colour, that I can AirPrint from, and that scans effectively?

    deshepherd Frequent, 25 February 2013 11:16am
    @Frequent – My experience too … I’ve got a Canon printer that’s probaby 6 or 7 years old. Tried using “compatible” ink in the past a couple of time and got clogged heads both times. First time managed to unclog them but second time couldn’t … but fortuantely found someone selling replacement print heads for that model! Been thinking about going to a colour laser printer recently but while reading reviews saw one recommending looking at Epson business inkjets/all-in-ones … you pay much more than a “conusmer” inkjet but less than a laser and they have seriously large ink cartridges availbale which bring per page costs way done

    MouseTheLuckyDog, 25 February 2013 6:45am
    There are several ways to approach this problem. The first thing I say is not to give these hog manufacturers any business you absolutely don’t have. Sure you can have the government intervene and then have these companies come up with more and more tricky ways to screw you out of your money. Just don’t give them your money. This applies to the home individual a bit or a small business who only prints a little. If you are a business with massive printing then I have to assume you have alternate means. If you absolutely must do inkjet printing then do a little research, google “continuous ink systems”, find a forum and ask about what modern p[rinters work well with what continuous ink systems. For those that don’t know a CIS is a system where a fake cartdridge is connected to a set of bottles which you can fill with ink.

    If you can do without but must still print some things, get an laser printer as others have said. Here is a trick though. Instead of buying a new printer, get a refurbished printer. Hell LaserJet II’s can be had dirt cheap and are real workhorses. Then either get an old computer ( PentiumIV should be good enough ) or something similar to a Raspbery Pi. The first will have the disadvantage that it will consume more power and be noisy, for the second to work with an old printer you will have to find a way to interface to the old Centronics style printer port. Ask around DIY sites like http://www.instructables.com and they will help you out. Put linux on the computer and connect the printer. So now you have a simple network printer. If drivers are a problem, then simply print to pdf and copy over the file and print from linux. Plus in a normal household the cartridge will last at least a year. Sorry I can’t be more detailed the last time I printed was in December when I printed a bus ( tram ) schedule. Before that it was six months.

    TheJoyOfEssex, 25 February 2013 7:44am
    The Guardian must be saving a few quid on ink these days.

    Tobone TheJoyOfEssex, 25 February 2013 9:20am
    @TheJoyOfEssex – Probably as print readership declines, while they offer free online news they must have lost a tremendous amount of income too.

    NottsRed, 25 February 2013 9:25am
    What annoys me about printers nowadays is that when one colour runs low (not empty) they refuse to print at all, even in black & white. I thought it was just Kodak, bought I’ve since bought an Epson and that’s the same. However at least I can just replace the individual colour with the Epson. However, what annoyed me more was when I was printing a black & white document on my Kodak. It was printing well, no loss of quality whatsoever, then just stopped, and said the black cartridge was empty. However it quite obviously wasn’t because the last page it had printed was perfect. So even when the cartridge has ink in it with Kodak they force you to buy new ones. With Kodak they advertise cheap ink – however I’d suggest its probably cheaper to buy the cheapest printer on the market each time you run out – you’d get more pages out of it.

    Cynic24 NottsRed, 25 February 2013 9:57am
    @NottsRed – Ah, but you’ll find that a lot of the printer manufacturers have anticipated this and the cartridges supplied with printers often have even less ink in them than the cartridges on sale in the shops. It used to be just inkjets they did this with, but they’ve moved on to lasers as well now – e.g a cheap moni laser I’ve bought a few of come with a 1000 sheet cartridge, but the standard cartridges are 3000 sheets.

    Jaimelo Cynic24, 25 February 2013 10:11am
    @Cynic24 – The operative word is “cheap”. What did you think, you would get 3000 for the price of 1000?

    Tobone, 25 February 2013 9:29am
    It’s the environment that really pays for all this cheap disposable technology. Technology firms should certainly have to pay higher environmental taxes and governments should make it law that technology products are recyclable and reusable. Having said that, the reality is no one give a shit about the environment, only about profit.

    David Houssein, 25 February 2013 9:31am
    Fortunately I’ve not needed to use a printer at home since I graduated. I was thinking of getting the damn things refilled, but every time I pay for ink I’m fairly sure that god kills a kitten. What an absolute scam.

    Jaimelo David Houssein, 25 February 2013 10:09am
    @David Houssein – so i guess you don’t (and never will) run a business

    David Houssein Jaimelo, 25 February 2013 2:00pm
    @Jaimelo – I don’t run a business. No need to be patronising. For the record, I worked freelance in the past and never needed a printer.

    Suckspencil, 25 February 2013 9:48am
    Kill capitalism!

    supernaturalberlin, 25 February 2013 9:56am
    Colour printers are a waste of money. Go to a print shop if you need colour printing, there are pleanty of them now and they are cheap. If you really need a printer get a b&w laser, the toner drumb will last for several thousand pages.

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    DarrylGodden supernaturalberlin, 25 February 2013 2:06pm
    @supernaturalberlin – I’m not sure I agree. I print out my photographs at A4, with mount and frame they’re good enough to sell. Granted if I need A3 or above I go to an on-line print company.

    mysimplegiant, 25 February 2013 10:04am
    I’ve simply stopped printing things out and now don’t have a printer. On the rare occasion I need to print (tickets etc) I use the printer at work or in the library. For photos I use boots, snapfish or whoever has an offer on. Printer and ink manufacturers have forced me to be a bit more frugal and avoid their products if I can help it.

    Jaimelo mysimplegiant, 25 February 2013 10:08am
    @mysimplegiant – cheating, stealing your boss’s money

    deshepherd mysimplegiant, 25 February 2013 11:18am
    @mysimplegiant – If you have children at school (especially secondary school) then a printer is a necessity as they seem to expect you to print out all the materials for “home learning” etc yourself.

    geoffk Jaimelo, 25 February 2013 1:47pm
    @Jaimelo – Are you on the Works computer?

    reggiedixon, 25 February 2013 10:04am
    Every time you want to print something – don’t. When I say this people display almost Nobel Prize winning ingenuity about why they absolutely must print everything they even look at on a computer screen – why not apply that intelligence the other way?

    Jaimelo, 25 February 2013 10:07am
    What is this commie nonsense? If you don’t want to p[ay, don’t buy it. Or look for something cheaper. Stop this nonsense about poor hard done by consumers. When the bought the printer, they knew what the ink would cost, right? Caveat emptor

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    eigeneye Jaimelo, 25 February 2013 4:20pm
    @Jaimelo – I thought you capitalists believed in choice. What manner of choice is it when there is no choice other than to be ripped off?

    tynegal, 25 February 2013 10:08am
    Buy compatibles or refill yourself. It works!

    stephentags tynegal, 25 February 2013 12:08pm
    Where do I get the ink to refill myself? Please

    imladeris1 stephentags, 25 February 2013 1:34pm
    @stephentags – Tesco’s et al

    geoffk stephentags, 25 February 2013 1:35pm
    @stephentags – http://www.colourbest.co.uk

    BusinessWriter, 25 February 2013 10:22am
    There must be an opportunity for an open source printer manufacturer – to make the printer only and to make it fully compatible a standardised set of generic cartridges – so totally cutting out the big players.

    JonathonFields, 25 February 2013 10:38am
    I generally don’t print things, and have a nice programme called Cute PDF which is free to download, and “prints” any document by converting it to a PDF file to look at on screen. PDF files are much smaller to store, and are visually rich.

    However I do use a printer for printing photographs, DVD discs and covers for the DVD boxes, and here curse the printer manufacturers money making tactics. Each cartridge is fitted with a chip, which decides when the cartridge is “empty” by usage. I have always bought Epson printers as the photo-printing is very good quality, but I have vowed, “never again”. The Epson cartridges are declared “empty”, not only before they are, but right in the middle of a print: this is not just a warning message, but a dead stop. Some of their printers will simply then, eject the paper half printed, so wasting the paper and the ink.

    The one I have, at least resumes printing. However, when you change the one cartridge, it then recharges the print head from that cartridge by pumping ink to waste. That is bad enough, but it does that with all the cartridges, (nine of them in my printer), and often brings a further cartridge to “empty”, so having to change that cartridge, and yet more ink pumped out, and wasted. I find it is cheaper in the long run to change all the cartridges that are getting low, when the first runs out, so it only pumps ink out once. I never buy Epson originals, as it costs about £100 for one set of cartridges for my printer. I buy cheap clones, off the internet, which cost a tenth of that price, and seem to last about as long. For Epson Ink I would be paying about £1,200 per litre.

    For anyone doing a lot of printing, there is a company called Lyson, or Marrut that produce systems to attach a big bottle of ink to each cartridge via a flexible tube. This is so much cheaper, and less hassle.

    BusinessWriter, 25 February 2013 10:43am
    Thank you Guardian – just found these compatible cartridges on Viking as you suggested – http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/specialLinks.do?&ID=ink_cartridges – around a third of the cost of the Epson equivalents.

    Paralysed, 25 February 2013 11:23am
    £80 for a printer and £50 for a set of cartridges is an insulting price structure. I just bought a second identical HP Officejet because, after I use the included starter cartridges in my existing printer, I only have to use two sets of generic cartridges to break even. No warranty worries with a brand new spare printer still in its box safely stored in the loft. Meanwhile my bulk printing is with a 10-year old Epson that costs 60p a cartridge.


    2 http://discussion.theguardian.com/discussion/p/3ev85?orderby=oldest&commentpage=2&per_page=50
    3 http://discussion.theguardian.com/discussion/p/3ev85?orderby=oldest&commentpage=3&per_page=50
    Printer ink cartridges: why you’re paying more but getting a lot less
    David Robinson, The Guardian, Saturday 23 February 2013

    ColdRobin, 25 February 2013 12:02pm
    Don’t forget the other worst offender, Dell. They actually sell printers with half filled cartridges !

    cleangun, 25 February 2013 12:03pm
    All I need is a formula to make my own ink. The ingredients surely are cheap. Perhaps isopropyl alcohol, distilled water, carbon black and a trick to make it work right.

    DoctorWhom cleangun, 25 February 2013 7:42pm
    @cleangun – Bulk buy a few hundred Bic Biros and suck the ink out?

    Drumboy, 25 February 2013 12:07pm
    In addition to the blatant rip-off that is the printer ink business, there is also the ridiculous “unblocking printer head” programmes that not only use inordinate amounts of ink to clear, but also clean unaffected heads as well, resulting in even more expensive waste. It would be a simple matter to have an individual cleaning programme as part of the software, but these companies are on a par with the bankers in the greed stakes, so I doubt that that will happen any time soon.Scandalous!

    hexa Drumboy, 26 February 2013 3:11am
    @Drumboy – This. Every time my HP Officejet gets switched on, it cleans the printer heads. Even if the printer has not actually been used. I hardly use colour ink, only black, yet the cleaning means that I have to constantly purchase the rip off HP cartridges in all three colours at absurd prices just to ensure I can print in b/w from time to time, because Hewlett Packard are siphoning off the absurdly priced ink they sell. This is basically double theft, first for the absurd prices, second for the use of ink for alleged ‘cleaning.’

    Merluza, 25 February 2013 12:07pm
    The problem with generic cartridges isn’t whether or not they print it’s the quality of the ink. I’ve been down the generic route but after a while it became obvious that the colours were poor and the viscosity of the ink was below par, so much so that even though you got more they ran out almost as fast. I purposefully looked for what seemed one of the better manufacturers but in the end I returned to Epson. Everybody claims that their ink is identical when it clearly isn’t and there is no reliable source of information. Cartridgeworld is recommended but their comparable ink is only a few pounds less than Epson branded, you may even get less ink and who knows what the quality is like? The printer manufacturers are certainly screwing us over with the ink but at least it works.

    Siarl Phillips, 25 February 2013 12:17pm
    I just checked – and the cost for me to replace all of the cartridges in my current photo printer at the best market price (pricerunner) with the HP original cartridges comes to $172.34! 3 of these cartridges contain 3 sets of ink – and so the volume of each ink comes to about 5ml (total 17ml for the cartridge). I’m an enthusiast photographer, needless to say I stopped printing at home – and now only use a professional lab – which I find considerably cheaper – and considerably higher quality – I just have to wait a little longer for the results.

    DickSpanner, 25 February 2013 12:23pm
    Dont print things out! What REALLY needs to be printed these days?

    Nyah DickSpanner, 25 February 2013 1:53pm
    @DickSpanner – Tickets for Chessington.

    poissongateux DickSpanner, 25 February 2013 8:18pm
    @DickSpanner – Ryanair Boarding Passes !

    Tynfoylaat DickSpanner, 25 February 2013 10:40pm
    @DickSpanner – Tickets for gigs, I’d rather print them out myself rather than having them posted to me.

    HarmoniousFrog, 25 February 2013 12:48pm
    They can also make sure your printer doesn’t work with the next version of Windows (Canon). Another ploy (HP) is to let the firmware go haywire with no advice on their website and no possibility of corrective action.

    haardvark, 25 February 2013 12:52pm
    “The strategy has been to nudge the consumer towards a high frequency of purchases,” says David Connett, editor of The Recycler, a trade magazine covering the remanufacturing industry. “The big printer manufacturers have reduced the amount of ink in a cartridge, encrypted the chip technology, and used aggressive marketing tactics to discourage refills.”
    Interesting business tactic. It’s discouraged me from printing anything at all. I no longer own a photo printer. If I was to offer one tip it would be get hold of a vintage HP laserjet printer, the ones built like tanks. I have a 4000P model which was £15 secondhand. Add a small print server and stick in on your network at the wireless hub, in my case this was free from the recycling bin
    You’ll be rewarded with £25 non-genuine toner cartridges that’ll print up to 40,000 pages. I’ve had mine 8 years at zero cost other than paper. Not only that it prints far better than any inkjet for documents.

    Hugo Faster, 25 February 2013 1:05pm
    You are looking up the wrong end of the printer! The printer is effectively given away these days as it costs next to nothing to buy the printer which now tends to be a scanner too. Some dealers, even offer a free printer on condition of buying a set of inks. This moel was adopted by the razor blade / shaving industry years ago low cost “holder” and high price consumable blades. What is wrong with a corporation making some profit? oh, forgot, this is the Guardian and we don’t approve of that here…..

    ToshofSuberbaville Hugo Faster, 25 February 2013 1:44pm
    @Hugo Faster – As I mention below it is an issue of sustainability and making the best uses of natural resources and energy as much as the consumer being backed into a corner and shafted by a closed market.

    eigeneye Hugo Faster, 25 February 2013 4:17pm
    @Hugo Faster – you wanna be ripped off? Tell you what – you buy inks for me, then I can make an effective profit by not shelling out. You get a warm cosy feeling that someone is making money from you. Just let me know, and I’ll be happy to send you my details.

    Waltermorgan, 25 February 2013 1:19pm
    It’s still shocking to see the figures even though it has been obvious for a long time that customers get sold a bit of pup with the cost of printers artificially low and running costs exceptionally high. I make sure that I only print small items via phone/tablet and route things wherever possible via computer to maximise control over print quality and size. Print only when absolutely necessary. It’s really a case of playing them at their own game – the more I pay then the less I print. In 2009 I could get through 150-250 A4 pages per week. Today I print less than 20 pages per week. Clearly a decent profit is wanted by these firms but they are using design nuances and tricks to dodge reasonable competition.

    kaleeyed, 25 February 2013 1:24pm
    I would have to say whilst the price of printer ink is ridiculous, Cartridge World are not themselves above exploiting the customer. We went in on Saturday to get a price on refilling a fairly recent HP black cart. Price quoted: £18!! We went to an independent computer shop and they did it for £8, and it’s working fine now, good quality. I could buy a new generic cart for that, where’s the saving?

    imladeris1, 25 February 2013 1:30pm
    I have been buying Brother printers for around 5 years. They are(were) relatively easy to refill , and/or Amazon has very cheap replacement (non Brother Cartridges). Moral BEFORE you buy a printer, find out which has the cheapest ink, i.e. can you get cheap non generic cartilages from the likes of Amazon. For refilling, those good with their hands , go to youtube and put your cartridge number in and I guess you’ll find someone telling how to refill them yourself. I always found the marketing model used buy the Shaving Industry dishonest.

    dor35 imladeris1, 25 February 2013 4:17pm
    @imladeris1 – I’ve been going through these comments and surprised to find little mention of Brother. I’ve found them to be good reliable printers, both inkjet & laser, and my current Brother mulit-function uses cheap (~£1 each) refills from Amazon wityh no problems at all. The ink is completely separate from the print head. I certainly wouldn’t touch HP ever again. Please people, do the same!

    ToshofSuberbaville, 25 February 2013 1:36pm
    I gave up on having a printer years ago as I refuse to be robbed by these swindlers. It’s not only that but it’s a deliberate waste of natural resources. I go to the library if I need to print something and pay them 10p a sheet. Standards issuing authorities need to get in gear and only licence products which make the fullest and best use of scarce resources and manufacturing energy – not just safety. All mass-produced products should have to undergo the same stringent tests to push manufacturers into operating sustainably.

    SimpleTaxman, 25 February 2013 1:36pm
    Oh dear. I feel a case of “The Emperor’s New Clothes” here. We have printers. A plastic box, some shiny, slidy metal rails, an electric motor and a rubber drive belt. Technology that has been around for… well, a long time. Plus a mass produced chip. We have printer ink. It’s probably little different from the ink Shakespeare used. And we have printer cartridges. A device that can eject an incredibly small amount of ink, at precisely the right moment onto a sheet of paper with such microscopic accuracy so that it merges and flows into neighbouring droplets of ink so well that we get exactly the right shade of colour at exactly the right place on the paper without any smudges or excess colour. A device where only the most talented engineers in the world can dream of producing a “head” with holes smaller than the human eye can see. A device of jaw-droppingly brilliant, post space-age engineering.
    I wonder which of these three is the expensive bit? Think carefully. Cartridge World and the other “remanufacturers” refill existing cartridges to extend their life a bit. Ever wondered why they don’t “manufacture” replacement cartridges?

    David Houssein SimpleTaxman, 25 February 2013 2:30pm
    @SimpleTaxman – Nobody is disputing that ink cartridges are expensive to engineer and manufacture, but that’s not justification for reducing the amount of ink inside of them.

    MrNotQuiteWright SimpleTaxman, 26 February 2013 3:09am
    @SimpleTaxman – You have got that arse about face. The cartridges are cheap as chips, it is the actual printer that’s A device that can eject an incredibly small amount of ink, at precisely the right moment onto a sheet of paper with such microscopic accuracy so that it merges and flows into neighbouring droplets of ink so well that we get exactly the right shade of colour at exactly the right place on the paper without any smudges or excess colour. A device where only the most talented engineers in the world can dream of producing a “head” with holes smaller than the human eye can see. A device of jaw-droppingly brilliant, post space-age engineering. Sorry you don’t seem to know anything about print technology and even less about capatilism.

    MrNotQuiteWright David Houssein, 26 February 2013 3:11am
    @David Houssein – They could put in ‘dumb’ cartridges and it would make absolutely no difference to the print quality.

    padav, 25 February 2013 1:42pm
    Not sure if they still carry this feature but EPSON printers used to have embedded software that supposedly sensed when the cartridge was running low and simply stopped you from printing, effectively forcing you to change the cartridge – unsurprisingly I never bought an EPSON printer for myself and told anybody I knew to steer clear – I discovered this feature because my employer had EPSON printers at work – in effect the inbuilt software represents a licence to print (profit) money on behalf of EPSON!
    I had a HP printer (that’s just packed up after about five years of daily operation) at home – I’ve been using Cartridge World generic refills for at least the last three years – the cost of branded replacements is outrageous. I’ll be looking carefully at ink costs per 1000 pages before I replace it because these far outweigh any initial investment cost in the printer itself

    Guardian contributor
    DarrylGodden, 25 February 2013 2:09pm
    I’m surprised no ones mentioned this, but I’ll be your huckleberry and state the obvious. Go to Start – Devices and Printers, right click your printer and select ‘Printing Preferences’. Check draft or fast print. Check duplex, if your printer has it. Check grayscale. Save these as the default printing options. This will increase the life of your cartridges. You can override these settings on individual prints, like photographs or a colour document you need printing in the print dialogue.

    midian DarrylGodden, 25 February 2013 8:52pm
    @DarrylGodden – this is what i do. i was surprised that adding duplex also changes the colour of the ink. making it even fainter. for the record i use a canon and it has 3 separate colour cartridges, all of which have been empty for ages, and 2 black ones. I refilled the 2 black ones for £13 at cartridgeworld last week instead of paying around £10.00+ each for branded ones. do i need 2 different black ones? i dunno, but i thought why not. i have tried generics but refills from a reputable shop gives me a (false?) sense of security that the heads are less likely to get blocked in the long run. from the design of these canon cartridges you can see when they are empty and they give loads of warning before they are completely dry. bit shocked to hear about printers stopping mid job. that is just unacceptable – i think i would just throw a printer like that away!

    Luizmleitao, 25 February 2013 2:12pm
    This no news for consumers down here in Brazil, where the cartridge HP 300 is labelled HP 60, with the same shrunken ink foam. But, yet worse, HP cartridges in Brazil are no longer remanufacturable, onde they burn out as they run out of ink! In the case of Epson printers, the rechargeable cartridges are available from generic manufacturers. Once I bought one of these for my Epson TX220W, I no longer needed to buy such expensive cartridges. A set of four 250ml flasks of ink for these (four) rechargeable cartridges costs in Brazil less than USD40, and is sufficient for about 20 refillings.
    Oh, what’s more: HP cartridges manufactured in UK or any other countries won’t fit the same printers in Brazil. They are “regional”, so importing them would be useless!! Now, Epson has lauched a model with an “ink tank”, which is nothing but the old so-called “bulk”. Of course, it tries to sell its own ink refills, but anyone can buy generic ones, which are by far cheaper.

    SowellFriedman, 25 February 2013 2:13pm
    Here is the real cause of your problem:
    In the same way we have horse burgers- cheaper meats exchanged from more expensive meats.
    Your 500ml of coke is now 350ml for the same price
    Milk is watered down
    Chicken is pumped up full of water but price remains only slightly higher
    Ready meals contain more garbage preservatives and less meat but cost is not that much more.

    Welcome to the world of inflation: When real inflation in the US and the UK is 7%, which comes as a result of printing money, suppliers are forced to find ways of competing. Debasing your currency debases your standard of living. Pay more for less, it’s the central banks way.

    Davewhoever, 25 February 2013 2:17pm
    You also need to watch Brother Laser Cartridges. The Laser will decide the cartridge is empty and completely stop when there is still ink for another 500 pages and Brother charge around £50 a cartridge while the same can be bought on Amazon as a remanufactured for £13. There are a lot of articles on the net on how to fool the Brother checking system so you can get the extra life.

    Merluza, 25 February 2013 2:18pm
    SimpleTaxman makes a good point but the problem lies in the needlessly small amounts of ink inside the things. They obviously can take more as some refillers supply them with twice as much liquid inside. There is obviously a fine line to be found between putting in enough ink that people feel they’re getting something for their money but as little as possible to maintain obscene profits. After the manufacture of the cartridge it’s the action of squirting in the ink that adds to the cost so they could put in 15 ml for little more than they inject 7.4 ml, the same way that double sized bottles of coke cost less per per ml and not force us to throw away a precision built container quite so quickly.

    So, taking full account of SimpleTaxman’s point of where the production costs are and accepting that we are being ripped off we also have the waste on a fairly large scale of materials and resources which brings us to the point where the thing becomes immoral. Which brings us to the refillers who have not incurred the manufacturing costs but are often charging sizeable amounts for simply filling them up. And we still don’t know if what they are putting in them is any good without buying them and throwing them away when they turn out to be not up to scratch.

    I’m off to start a printer company and make my fortune.

    SimpleTaxman Merluza, 25 February 2013 6:32pm
    @Merluza (and David Houssein, above) – Please, please, don’t think I’m defending the actions of the major printer manufacturers. I’m certainly not. I’m simply pointing out that when you buy a replacement from, say, HP, you’re buying ink + cartridge; if you buy from, say, Cartridge World, you’re buying only ink. Hence the price difference.
    And perhaps the amount of ink inside the cartridge is a red herring? Perhaps modern printers/cartridges use the ink more economically? We should really look at how many printed pages a cartridge produces. Has anyone done this? Ultimately, it’s the cost per page that matters. Kodak, the only company to have challenged the business model used by the others, has not been a success.

    DoctorWhom SimpleTaxman, 25 February 2013 7:52pm
    @SimpleTaxman – If a printer is built that takes cartridges that can hold 50ml and the printer company starts out by supplying cartridges that hold 50 ml, but 2 years down the line puts only 30ml of ink in a cartridge, and another 2 years down the line puts only 10ml of ink in the cartridge then it is clear fraud. Because the advertising shows the cartridge, not the ink content.

    MrNotQuiteWright Merluza, 26 February 2013 3:18am
    @Merluza – He doesn’t make a good point. He seems to think an ink cartridge is more sophisticated and expensive to make than an actual printer. They aren’t. As other posters have mentioned Continual Ink Supply System is the way to go but the printer companies are constantly adding useless chips, for the consumer at least, to prevent people having the option of using their printers more for a tenth of the price.

    edgeofdrabness, 25 February 2013 2:19pm
    The article mentions Kodak, as do a couple of posts here. They did have a range of well-reviewed inkjets which they were marketing as “low running cost” printers. Kodak went into administration earlier this year; I don’t see that mentioned here and I’m not sure what their current status is. There may be bargains around (after all, who needs a warranty provider on something disposable like an inkjet printer???).

    edgeofdrabness edgeofdrabness, 25 February 2013 2:21pm
    @edgeofdrabness – Should have said “went into administration in 2012″.

    Helen44, 25 February 2013 3:00pm
    To add to the discussion, Epson has found a clever way of ensuring that consumers use only their ink AND their paper. On their higher end printers, the printer will print the white area if you try to use another ink or another paper. This affects the quality of the output and it ensures that a non-Epson ink will run out faster on an Epson printer.

    Novelist, 25 February 2013 3:16pm
    I invested $250 (carriage paid) in a colour laser printer and frankly, my view of inkjets is that they are from the bronze age of printing. So messy and primitive! So unreliable! The colour laser allows me to print on materials such as self-adhesive vinyl or polyester film, so I can print things such as waterproof transparent product labels. An inkjet can’t do that. I found a cartridge refilling kit on the Internet that allowed me to recharge the toner, complete with replacement ‘chips’ to beat the encryption.

    Novelist, 25 February 2013 3:27pm
    By the way, if you refill TONER yourself, do use gloves. If you get any on yourself use COLD water to wash. If you use hot water the toner will fuse into your skin. A long time ago I tried to clear a photocopier jam and got the toner all over my hand, and used hot water. For the next few weeks I looked like a member of the Black and White Minstrel Show. It does not come off, except with sandpaper.

    RabidButter Novelist, 25 February 2013 4:59pm
    @Novelist – Used to work in printer technical support. I can’t stress enough how important this is in getting printer ink out of anything.

    BryanHemming, 25 February 2013 3:31pm
    I print phots on a regular basis. My third HP printer now does not print colours anywhere near as accurately as the two others that preceded it. It´s horsemeat yet again: pay more without getting what it says on the label.

    SimpleTaxman BryanHemming, 25 February 2013 6:19pm
    @BryanHemming – Two questions: First. Is your current printer one of HP’s “photo-quality” models? Second. You say your printer “now does not print colours accurately”. Are you (still) using HP ink cartridges?

    Cloudyday, 25 February 2013 3:51pm
    For my new Epson px720 I bought self resetting cart’s via ebay, How ever do not update your software as i am seeing complaints that epson is dissableing them in updates..

    peterainbow Cloudyday, 25 February 2013 5:28pm
    @Cloudyday – this is another area where big companies are running roughshod over consumer rights as there is no real justification for the tech

    BillBarnes, 25 February 2013 4:17pm
    Having recently bought a new 6 ink multifunction photo printer and scanner (Canon MG6250 in sale online) I can report that pattern chipped inks are £6.50 a set of six delivered quickly post free from giant you know who on the internet and excellent. Inks of any sort dry up if you don’t use the machine at least once a month or run a cartridge empty (the instructions do warn you). I buy a new printer every three years or so and always seek out one that has compatible cartridges. I find local refill shops expensive. Yes the cartridges have got smaller but they do use a lot less at one picolitre a droplet. Only a con if you buy the manufacturers ones.

    BobHughes, 25 February 2013 4:19pm
    I gave up on buying branded cartridges a while back as although I take hundreds of photos I now find I rarely, if ever, print them off. I have resorted to the cheapest possible cartridges on Ebay. I need six different colours but find, two complete sets, with a couple of extra blacks thrown in, come to about £20 so the cost to me now is negligible. Supermarket photo printing is dirt cheap so if I need to send a couple of family photos to an ageing relative, I will go there in future.

    Micktrick, 25 February 2013 4:25pm
    Started with a cheap HP printer which was great on Windows XP. Sadly it never adapted to the change to Vista and gave constant problems. Then the cartridges printed less and less as the price went up. Started refilling them at a specialist shop untill they closed down. Had a go at refilling myself with ink kits. Fine if you like your work looking like its been printed with Ribena. Decided to log all the prints after a new cartridge ran out in no time at all. The last black ink HP cartridge I bought cost £25 and printed 58 single sides of A4. Home printing? Forget it. Total rip off.

    david42, 25 February 2013 4:31pm
    That and the problem with what little ink you got drying up made me switch to a laser printer. Eight years now on the original. If I need color, I just run down the block. Much cheaper in the long run.

    peterainbow, 25 February 2013 5:34pm
    can someone get the eu to put a stop to this chipping tech on printers, it’s clearly anti competitive and has no tech justification, just like the years of mobile phone charger sockets and how many of those have ended up in landfill and how many resources and energy has been wasted. why is our democracy so f*cked up when this stuff is allowed to happen. i see those tesco coffee shops have continued to flourish and in no way is that in anyone’s interest apart from the tesco mega rich family and why are most people so f*cking dumn they go into them. one in north finchley right opposite a genuine family italian cafe and yet people still going into ‘Harris+Hoole’, WAKE THE F*CK UP PEOPLE’

    kvlx387, 25 February 2013 5:48pm
    I wonder what kind of job satisfaction the designers and engineers at HP, Samsung, Canon, Epson, etc get from making their products progressively worse. I wonder what keeps them going to work day after day when it costs their companies more money to engineer crap into their products than it would take to just make good ones. Most of all, I wonder why they haven’t figured out why the Chinese find it so easy to muscle into their markets when they go to such lengths to provide poor value for money.

    Halloway kvlx387, 25 February 2013 7:24pm
    @kvlx387 – But it won’t be the designers and engineers doing this. All the gouging will come from the bean counters and via edicts issued by the board who will have nothing on their consciences except shareholder value.

    Amadeus37, 25 February 2013 6:26pm
    They should make printers dearer and inks cheaper to protect landfill. My last printer allowed me to select draft as default – now I am stuck with normal which I believe takes three times as much ink.

    Andyarry, 25 February 2013 6:35pm
    If someone would make an inkjet printer that you could refill directly from bottles of ink, even if it cost £150 I’d buy it. The cost of printing is outrageous plus modern printers are designed to fail after just a couple of years whether used or not.

    kelse Andyarry, 25 February 2013 8:44pm
    @Andyarry – see my earlier post, Canon MP282, loads in Rymans and the sort for 30.00 bought mine off Amazon. Buy a compatible set of inks first not manufacturer’s , then use refill bottle kits from Ebay and the sort. The quality is fine, no issues…override empty sign and ignore LED light on printer , won’t affect it in anyway…and best to switch off/ignore “updates” from manufacturer..

    MrNotQuiteWright Andyarry, 26 February 2013 3:23am
    @Andyarry – As people have posted earlier google CISS, basically 100ml cartridges that you can fill up from 1ltr bottles.

    Agingtudor, 25 February 2013 6:57pm
    When buying a new printer is cheaper than the ink cartridges you know something dodgy is going on. All they are doing is milking the market at the expense of the consumer. Any excuse around R&D costs wore off years ago.

    bbmatt, 25 February 2013 7:15pm
    It’s why I only use Canon. I have a Pixma – now over 5 years old – still going strong – and it gets used a LOT. I can also hold my hand up and say that using generics with my printer is a *bad* idea – the quality is definitely lower. It’s fine if your just printing out documents (which begs the question, why? – read it on a computer!), but if you want to print high quality photographs or artwork, generic ink is terrible.
    I’m not shocked at this report, I’ve always known the entire printer system is akin to the old cheap razor, expensive blades method of sales. Bottom line, don’t buy cheap.

    CollinK, 25 February 2013 7:40pm
    I gave up home printing a couple of years ago. It’s wasteful and expensive. Thanks to cloud storage, Google Docs, etc. using a printer on a daily (or even weekly basis) is ridiculous. If I need a document printed, I email it to a small, independently run business center up the street and run by and pick it up while I’m doing other errands. I probably have need for a printer about a twice a year. It makes no sense to keep one at home.

    Euphobia1 CollinK, 26 February 2013 4:58am
    @CollinK – I do this too. Haven’t used a printer for years and never missed it. Nasty expensive things.

    nabisco, 25 February 2013 7:46pm
    One tip: use Ecofont

    nabisco, 25 February 2013 7:51pm
    or Century Gothic, apparently it’s even more efficient

    desseenan, 25 February 2013 8:04pm
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    maplegirl, 25 February 2013 8:35pm
    bastards

    grousetoo, 25 February 2013 8:36pm
    Kodak haven’t just pulled out of the inkjet business, they’ve pulled out of every business haven’t they? I thought they went under.

    lairdoflard, 25 February 2013 8:45pm
    I want to buy a laser printer, but Mrs Lard is concerned about the health risks from microparticles. Are there any options out there with a demonstrably better health and safety record? http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2007/10/22/printer-study.html

    Mulefish, 25 February 2013 8:50pm
    Isn’t that what we have governments for? To stop us being fleeced by unscrupulous multi-national companies? We are, after all, a captive market. (It took our goons fifty years to stop their goons poisoning us with tobacco.)

    bartelbe, 25 February 2013 9:02pm
    Printer ink is one of the worst examples of market failure, and shows why we need regulation. Sell the printers at a loss, then ripoff customers with the ink. This wasn’t so bad when you could just refill the cartridges, or buy generic ones. Now you can’t do this, because the printer companies have spent their R&D budget on making thousands of cartridge designs. Not to use the ink more efficiently, but to make it impossible for them to be refilled or copied by another company. The companies have created a vast wasteful collection of cartridge designs.
    Worse they have actually started fitting chips which render a cartridge useless even if it still has ink in it. Don’t use it by a certain date, it is worthless. God knows how much useable ink is simple thrown away. All I want is a printer which has a tank I can pour ink into, from any manufacturer. If that printer costs £200 or more, so be it. It has to be better than the current situation, were it is cheaper to buy a new printer, than buy ink for your old one.

    WatTylersSister, 25 February 2013 9:36pm
    I thought the OFT was carrying out some kind of study into ink cartridges a few years ago. Sometimes it’s cheaper to buy a new printer and bin it when the ink runs out than it is to buy replacement cartridges. At least the new printer comes with basic cartridges. I tried printing out photo quality on my old HP printer a few years ago and despite having large cartridges, it worked out at about 8 A4 photo’s were all that I could get at reasonable quality. Now I have an Epson with four separate cartridges and it says 150 pages in black. At least my first (dot-matrix) printer lasted longer than a couple of weeks.

    zapo, 25 February 2013 9:43pm
    An unofficial cartel.

    TheD0CT0R, 25 February 2013 10:10pm
    Best thing I ever did in terms of printers is buy a large all-in-one with seperate cartridges, then I brought refillable versions from ebay and swapped the chips. Now I only need to buy litre bottles of ink. I’ve brought a few to sent them to hospitals in the third-world. The cartridges are great and work a treat. Only thing to remember is that the ink may fade so you have to be careful what you use the printing for.

    Bannon, 25 February 2013 11:04pm
    As a home user my printer has been gathering dust for months as I refuse to be ripped off any more these guys. Some 10 years ago I would print out almost until the cows came home but now, sod that for a game of soldiers. Thieving tykes the lot of ‘em.

    caroassassino, 25 February 2013 11:13pm
    I’d recommend watching the documentary The Lightbulb Conspiracy, on built in obsolescence: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/light-bulb-conspiracy/ Printer-wise have a HP Laserjet 4 which is 15+ years old and just works. Now wondering if the toner cartridges have less toner than before though.

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  • Virtual Chitchatting 2:21 PM on 2013/10/10 Permalink  

    The iron-oxide hazards in the toner of laser-jet printing

    The flying dusty chemical things are highly potential hazards to be inhaled, ingested, and absorbed by the skin and eyes.


    http://www.smh.com.au/news/technology/printer-particles-as-bad-as-cigarettes/2007/07/31/1185647903291.html

    Printer particles as bad as cigarettes
    Richard Macey, August 1, 2007

    SMOKERS have been banished from the office – but another threat, potentially as dangerous, may still be lurking by the water cooler.

    It is the laser printer, says Lidia Morawska, a Queensland University of Technology professor.

    A study led by the physics professor found many laser printers emit clouds of ultra-fine particles that she compared with cigarette smoke and motor vehicle emissions. “They are so small you can’t see them.”

    Although her team has yet to analyse their chemistry, she warned that such small particles “can get deep into the lungs”, leading to respiratory and cardiovascular problems. Some particles were potential carcinogens.

    Professor Morawska said that of about 40 models of laser printers her team had tested, 13 were “high emitters” of particles from the toner. All were relatively new. Office photocopiers failed to produce similar particles.

    The emissions were detected when the researchers, undertaking a joint project with the Queensland Department of Public Works, began studying the efficiency of office air ventilation and filtration systems.

    They discovered concentrations of microscopic particles five times higher than outdoor levels often produced by traffic.

    Using an electronic sniffer they traced the emissions to the office laser printers. “Concentrations were considerably higher than outdoors by a busy road. We didn’t expect the emissions could be so high.”

    Concerned by the discovery, staff in her university office checked their own printers, and those found to be high emitters were relocated away from people.

    She now wants to conduct another study, looking at the chemistry of the particles, and called for rules to regulate emissions from office equipment.

    “Governments regulate emission levels from outdoor devices, such as motor vehicles, power stations and factories, so why not printers?”

    Bill Physick, a CSIRO atmospherics air quality scientist, said the danger created by ultra-fine particles only began to be appreciated in the 1990s.

    “While large particles get trapped in the hairs of the nose or only go partially down into the respiratory system, ultra-fine particles are so small they can get to the very lowest reaches of the lungs,” Dr Physick said.

    “The current thinking is that it’s other toxic chemicals, which adhere to the ultra-fine particles, that could be the source of the health problems.”


    http://www.news.qut.edu.au/cgi-bin/WebObjects/News.woa/wa/goNewsPage?newsEventID=13495

    Study reveals the dangers of printer pollution
    Date: 02 August 2007

    The tiny particles emitted from some home or office laser printer are as dangerous to human health as inhaling cigarette smoke, according to a new study by Queensland University of Technology.

    The study, which was conducted by Professor Lidia Morawska from QUT’s International Laboratory for Air Quality and Health, found that out of 62 laser printers tested, 17 were “high particle emitters”.

    Professor Morawska said these 17 printers were releasing potentially dangerous levels of tiny toner-like material into the air.

    The results of the study are being published in the latest edition of the American Chemical Society’s Environmental Science and Technology journal.

    “Most of the particles detected in the study were ultrafine particles,” Professor Morawska said. “Ultrafine particles are of most concern because they can penetrate deep into the lungs where they can pose a significant health threat.

    “The health effects from inhaling ultrafine particles depend on particle composition, but the results can range from respiratory irritation to more severe illness such as cardiovascular problems or cancer.”

    Professor Morawska said the study, conducted in a large open-plan office building, found indoor particle levels in the office air increased fivefold during work hours due to printer use.

    “Printers are a common device in both the home and office environment,” she said.

    “However, they are a potential source of indoor pollutants producing volatile organic compounds and ozone, as well as particle emissions.

    “This study showed that printers were the most significant source of particle number concentrations in the office building.”

    Professor Morawska said in general the study found that printers emitted more particles when the toner cartridge was new, and when printing graphics and images as they require greater quantities of toner.

    “It appears that there are large differences in the emission levels between different types of printers,” she said.

    “Many factors, such as printer model, printer age, cartridge model and cartridge age may affect the particle emission process.”

    Professor Morawska said the study highlighted a need for governments to regulate particle emissions from laser printers.

    “Governments regulate emission levels from outdoor devices such as vehicles, power stations and factories, so why not for printers?” she said.

    “Until something is done, I suggest that people ensure rooms in offices and homes are well ventilated to allow the airborne particles to disperse.”

    Media contact – Sandra Hutchinson, QUT media officer, 07 3138 2130 or s3.hutchinson@qut.edu.au
    **A high resolution photo is available for media use


    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2372313,00.asp

    U.S. Bans Large Printer Ink, Toner Cartridges on Inbound Flights
    By Tony Hoffman, November 8, 2010 03:41pm EST

    In a predictable move, as part of a United States Homeland Security directive after the discovery of bombs hidden in laser toner cartridges aboard two airplanes in late October, the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) has banned the shipment of large ink and toner cartridges aboard overseas flights bound for the U.S.

    A statement today by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on new procedures in the wake of the bombing attempts includes the passage “…Toner and ink cartridges over 16 ounces will be prohibited on passenger aircraft in both carry-on bags and checked bags on domestic and international flights in-bound to the United States….”

    This ban won’t have an effect on average travelers, few of whom would be transporting heavy toner cartridges, anyway. And it should have a minimal effect on the shipment of ink cartridges, few (if any) of which weigh anywhere near a pound. It will presumably affect the importing of laser printer supplies, however, as many laser toner cartridges weight well in excess of a pound.

    The normally innocuous laser toner cartridge took on a nefarious significance for its role in the thwarted bomb plot made public on October 30. Yemen-based terrorists in Yemen had hidden powerful bombs within modified toner cartridges being shipped aboard airplanes. They were addressed to synagogues in Chicago, though the real targets were apparently the airplanes themselves, one a passenger flight and one a UPS cargo flight. After a tipoff and worldwide alert, both packages were found and safely defused. Al Qaeda on the Arabian Peninsula has claimed responsibility for sending the bombs.


     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 2:20 PM on 2013/10/10 Permalink  

    Can waxy frozen ink outgrow the laser-jet and ink-jet business printing?

    It is a long way to go.
    Consumer habits and consumer preferences are hard to change.
    A nice try, folks.


    http://www.malvern.com/LabEng/industry/toners/overview.htm

    Toner industry overview

    Direct Electrostatic Printing

    Photocopying, laser printing and industrial digital printing all have their roots in electrophotographic technology invented 30 years ago. Since that time, companies such as AGFA-Gevaert, Xerox, Lexmark, Sharp, Hewlett Packard, and others have incorporated various forms of electrophotographic technology into their printers.

    Direct electrostatic printing is based on a principle that is deceptively simple. A toner source delivers charged toner particles through a print head structure (consisting of a polymeric substrate with apertures and at least one set of control electrodes) to the image receiver (a sheet of paper, for example) in front of a back electrode. The propulsion field present between the toner source and the back electrode, means that negatively charged toner particles are attracted to the receiver on the back electrode, thus creating an image on the paper.

    Toner Manufacturing Process

    The traditional “pulverization technique” of toner particle production involves the blending of resin, charge agent control, wax, carbon black, and iron oxide. This is then heated and melted under high pressure, extruded through a dye and granulated.

    The resulting flakes are ground by air jet milling. Air jet mills can produce micron-sized particles without generating heat, which would otherwise denature the toner product. Spinning classifier wheels at the top prevent particles leaving the mill before they have been ground to a size below the classifier cut size. Unground particles are returned to the bed via an internal mill recycle. The cut size is controlled by varying the speed of the classifier (the faster the spin, the lower the cut size). Superfines (whose presence often represents wastage in the milling process) are removed and additives may be blended with the toner before final bagging.

    Toner particle size can be controlled to within ±0.3 – 0.5 µm, whereas the average particle size is 8 µm. Particle size distribution can also be controlled. Depending on specific requirements, the standard deviation of particle size distribution can be around 1.0 µm.

    On-line particle size measurement is now used by many toner manufacturers to continuously monitor the particle size distribution and, by using multiple analyzers at different steps of the process, measure the unit operation yield in real-time.

    Why is toner particle size distribution important?

    A great deal of R&D effort has gone into improving print head design and toner transfer. The goal has been to produce simpler and increasingly more accurate systems with fewer components and improved imaging, which are suitable for a wide range of consumer and industrial digital printing applications. Final image quality though can be compromised by the quality of the toner itself.

    Toner companies have therefore been faced with the task of improving the toner particles. While individual manufacturers have their own formulae for toners, most comprise around 90% thermo-plastics that are colored with 10% carbon black pigment and set with infrared following transfer to paper. Traditionally, dry toner particles are made by compounding, pelletizing and granulation, followed by micronization, classification and sieving. This results in a fine powder with a tight specification for particle size distribution. However, the method has several drawbacks, notably variation in particle shape and charge-to-mass ratio as well as the creation of dust particles. These can cause problems as the particles are propelled through tiny apertures in the print head. Larger or irregularly shaped particles can cause blockage while dust particles adhere to the print head surface and are too small to have enough charge to be controllable.

    The ability to control the effects of electrostatic and electrodynamic forces lies with the way in which the toner is prepared. Preparation affects particle shape, particle size, particle size distribution, charge and surface treatment. The trend is to the smaller, narrower particle size and particle size distribution requirements needed for the production of higher resolution images.

    Traditionally the electrozone counter method has been the standard for particle size analysis in toner manufacture, something that is now being replaced with on-line, real-time particle sizing that allows direct and immediate control of the production process.

    Why is toner particle shape so important?

    Recent years have seen the development of wet chemical toner processes such as suspension polymerization and emulsion polymerization, which do not involve a milling or classification stage and which have the merit of allowing much greater control of the size distribution, shape and material properties of the toner particles produced. Compared to pulverized toner the shape is far more regular. Many companies are now producing both monochrome and color toners using a wet polymerization process. The toners produced using this process produce material with a narrower particle size and particle shape distribution; this offers improved powder flowability, improved transfer ratio from the photoconductor to the paper and improved image quality.

    A number of companies have patented chemical processes for growing toner particles of well-defined shapes. With the ability to produce toners with more precise shape and size distributions comes the need to characterize such materials. Most particle size analysis instruments are not able to measure shape but one exception is the Sysmex FPIA-3000. This instrument has wide use in the toner industry and many patents have been produced based on the optimization of particle shape. Methods have been developed using circularity as the key parameter. A circularity of 0.95-0.96 is optimum, lower than this the toner particles act as an abrasive, higher than this and they act as a lubricant.

    The Sysmex FPIA-3000 uses sheath flow and patented high speed image analysis for rapid particle size and shape characterization. Analysis typically takes 5 minutes compared with the 2-3 hours necessary using traditional techniques such as conventional microscopy.

    Toner manufacturers invest heavily in novel production techniques in order to develop processes that will maximize the proportion of particles with high circularity.

    The main problem has always been to find a simple way of monitoring this parameter. The Sysmex FPIA-3000 offers a rapid way for routine shape characterization. In addition to particle size data it displays images of the particles and also displays a circularity diagram to the analyst who then has all the necessary data for informed decision-making.


    http://www.malvern.com/labeng/industry/toners/shape.htm

    Toner Particle Size and Shape Analysis

    New manufacturing techniques

    Early toner manufacturing involved the pulverizing and sorting of black, charged graphite. However, toner technology has become gradually more sophisticated in or