Republika (Indonesian newspaper)
|News editor||Elba Damhuri|
|Available in||Indonesian, English|
|Alexa rank||60 in Indonesia,|
Republika was founded in 1992 and the first edition was published on January 3, 1993, by Yayasan Abdi Bangsa, a foundation that supported by Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Indonesia (ICMI), which at the time was chaired by B. J. Habibie. After B. J. Habibie ceased being president in 1999, and in line with declining of the ICMI's political role, the majority of ownership was taken by Mahaka Media in late 2000.
Today, Republika is published by PT Republika Media Mandiri, a subsidiary of Mahaka Media, and has become a general newspaper.
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On December 30, 1996, a few dozen protesters gathered to demonstrate outside the offices of Indonesia's leading Islamic newspaper, Republika, in the southern suburbs of the capital city of Jakarta.