May 2006 in Southeast Asia

May 2006 In Southeast Asia

May 2006 in Southeast Asia

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Events in Southeast Asia

This page deals with May 2006 events in or of interest to Southeast Asia and/or events that involved its citizens.

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31 May 2006 (Wednesday)

  • Relative calm returns to Dili for the first time in more than a week of violence, with President Xanana Gusmão assuming special emergency powers, including command of an international peacekeeping force in Operation Astute. However, despite calls for him to step down, Prime Minister Marí Alkatiri sows confusion by saying he is still responsible for defence and security, denying that Gusmão is in charge.
  • Paintings and drawings by the renowned 17th century Dutch artist Rembrandt will be exhibited at Central Chidlom's event hall in Bangkok during June 2–20 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King's accession to the throne and the 400th year of Rembrandt's birth.
  • Former president Suharto leaves Pertamina Hospital in Jakarta, nearly a month after undergoing colon surgery to stem internal bleeding.
  • President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono returns to Jakarta after having run his administration from Gedung Agung presidential palace in Yogyakarta since May 27 while supervising relief efforts after a 6.3-magnitude earthquake. The Social Affairs Ministry raises the death toll from the May 27 quake to 5,846.


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30 May 2006 (Tuesday)


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