Bambang Soesatyo

Bambang Soesatyo
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19th Speaker of the People's Representative Council
Assumed office
15 January 2018
Preceded bySetya Novanto
Fadli Zon (acting)
Member of People's Representative Council
from Central Java 7th district
Assumed office
1 October 2009
Personal details
Born (1962-09-10) 10 September 1962 (age 56)
Jakarta, Indonesia
Political partyGolkar
Spouse(s)Lenny Srimulyani
Alma materIndonesia Open University
Newport Management Institute

Bambang Soesatyo (born 10 September 1962) is an Indonesian politician and businessman who is the current Speaker of the People's Representative Council. A member of Golkar Party, he was elected into the national legislative body in the 2009 elections. On 15 January 2018, Golkar selected him to replace Setya Novanto, who had resigned as parliament speaker amid a corruption investigation.


Raised in a military family, Bambang attended state schools in Jakarta (SDN 8, SMPN 49, SMAN 14) for 12 years. Upon completing high school in 1981, he enrolled at Jayabaya Accounting Academy in East Jakarta. During his studies, he chaired the academy's Student Senate. Following his graduation in 1985, he completed a pre-MBA course at the Institute for Management Education and Development (IPPM) in Jakarta, then earned a degree in public administration from Indonesia Open University in 1988. He obtained a degree in corporate management from Sekolah Tinggi Ekonomi Indonesia in 1992 after completing his MBA at Newport Management Institute of Indonesia in 1990.[1][2]

During his studies, he was active in student organizations. One of these, Angkatan Muda Pembaharuan Indonesia (Indonesian Youth Renewal Generation), was affiliated with Golkar, which was then the ruling political party of Suharto.[3]

Other Languages
Bahasa Indonesia: Bambang Soesatyo