List of Youth Pledge Leaders: Chairman to Presenters


Suara.com – Youth Oath Day is celebrated on October 28 every year. Apart from congratulating the Youth Oath Day to commemorate it, we can also remember it by getting to know the Youth Oath figures.

In this article, several figures of the Youth Pledge will be described, starting from the chairman to the performers. And maybe one of them is very familiar with you as a national songwriter.

History of the Youth Oath took place on October 28, 1928. The Youth Oath took place in the Second Youth Congress in Batavia, where the implementation of the Second Youth Congress was a continuation of the First Youth Congress held on April 30-May 2, 1926. How history, content, and who Youth Oath figure?

History of the Youth Oath

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The first congress which was attended by representatives of youth organizations in each region aimed to promote the notion of unity and nationality and to strengthen relations between national associations. However, the results of the congress are considered not to have reached the goal.

After that, the Indonesian National Political Association (PPPKI) was established on December 17, 1927. The organization sought to align the direction of national action. At the initiative of the PPPKI and supported by other youth organizations, the Second Youth Congress committee was formed on 27-28 October 1928.

The first day of the Second Youth Congress was held on October 27, 1928 at the Katholieke Jongelingen Bond Building at Lapangan Banteng, Jakarta. The event was attended by representatives from various youth organizations such as Jong Java, Jong Celebes, Jong Islamieten Bond, Jong Bataks, Pemuda Betawi, and many more.

Then the second day on October 28, 1928, the location of the congress was held at the Oost Java Bioscoop Building (now Jalan Medan Merdeka Utara, Central Jakarta). The Youth Pledge was read on the same day, and was held at the Indonesia Clubhuis Building (Jalan Kramat Jaya 106 Jakarta, now the Youth Pledge Building).

The purpose of the Second Youth Congress, among others, is to give birth to the ideals of Indonesian youth and young women. In addition, it also aims to discuss the problems of the youth movement in Indonesia, as well as strengthen national awareness and strengthen Indonesian unity.

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