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President inaugurates five projects in Bali
April 28th, 2007

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono inaugurated five large-scale projects worth Rp395 billion rupiah in Bali on Saturday morning.

The inauguration ceremony for the projects which were financed with funds from Bali`s regional budget and the state budget, was centered in Nusa Penida, a tiny, separate island from Bali`s main land, some 80 km southeast of Denpasar.

Among the five large-scale projects included a Rp18.2 billion worth roro (roll-on-roll-off) ferry, Nusa Jaya Abadi, and the Nusa Penida port which was built at a cost of Rp50 billion.

Tukad Bangkung bridge

Besides, the president also commissioned the Telaga Tunjung project in Tabanan district and the Tukad Bangkung bridge in Badung district.

Tukad Bangkung bridge

Described as the highest bridge in ASEAN, the Tukad Bangkung bridge links the districts of Badung with Bangli while at the same time serving as connector for bypass roads to areas in east Bali.

The bridge is 71.14 meters high, 360 meters long and 9.6 meters wide, and can resist an earthquake measuring seven on the Richter scale.

The president also officiated the Prof. Dr Ida Bagus mantra road, which is 23 km long from Denpasar to the Gianyar-Klungkung districts.

The commissioning of the projects is one of the president`s agenda in his four-day working visit to the tourist resort island of Bali from April 26 to 29, 2007.

On April 29, the president will also open the 166th meeting of the Inter-parliamentary Union (IPU) which will last until May 4, 2007 in Bali.

The IPU meeting would discuss a number of important issues such as climate change, the Middle East issue and the strengthening of democracy.

The Indonesian delegation will at the conference table draft resolutions on the global warming and Middle East issues.

Around 1,600 parliamentarians from 122 countries have confirmed participation in the IPU meeting. IPU has 148 member nations.

The Israeli delegation, whose presence was widely opposed in the country, has confirmed not to attend the IPU conference.



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