The Electoral Commission Regulation Number 16 By 2014

Original Language Title: Peraturan Komisi Pemilihan Umum Nomor 16 Tahun 2014

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BN 489-2014. doc REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 495, 2014 ELECTION COMMISSION. The campaign. The Election Of The President. Vice President. The ELECTORAL COMMISSION REGULATION number 16 by 2014 ABOUT ELECTION CAMPAIGN PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the CHAIRMAN of the ELECTORAL COMMISSION, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 38 paragraph (2), article 39 paragraph (6), article 42, paragraph (3) of article 46 paragraph (2), article 66 and article 58, paragraph (5) of Act No. 42 of 2008 about elections of President and Vice President , need to set Rules about Electoral Commission the electoral campaign of President and Vice President; Remember: 1. Act No. 42 of 2008 about elections of President and Vice President (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 176 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4907); 2. Law number 15 year 2011 about Election Organizers (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 101 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5246); 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 2 3. The Electoral Commission Regulation number 05 in 2008 about the layout work of Electoral Commission, Provincial Electoral Commission, Electoral Commission and Kabupaten/Kota as amended last by the General Election Commission Regulation number 01 in 2010; 4. The Electoral Commission Regulation number 06 of 2008 about the Organization and the Work of the Secretariat General of the Electoral Commission, Provincial Elections Commission Secretariat, and the Secretariat of the Commission on elections of the Kabupaten/Kota as amended by regulation number 22 Electoral Commission in 2008; 5. The Election Commission Regulations No. 4 by 2014 about stages, Program, Schedule and conduct of the presidential election and Vice President of 2014; 6. The Electoral Commission Regulation Number 2014 Candidature in the elections of President and Vice President by 2014; Decide: Define: ELECTION COMMISSION REGULATIONS REGARDING The ELECTION CAMPAIGN PRESIDENT And VICE PRESIDENT. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Election Commission Regulations are: 1. The next general election is called, the Election is a means of implementing the people's sovereignty is exercised directly, free, General, secret, honest, and fair within the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 2. Elections of the President and Vice President next Election called President and Vice President, is the election to choose a President and Vice President within the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 3 3. The next Electoral Commission called the Election Commission, Election organizers is an institution which is a national, independent, and remains in charge of carrying out the election. 4. The provincial electoral commission/independent Election Commission ELECTION COMMISSION hereinafter referred to as Aceh province/KIP Aceh, is in charge of Election organisers carry out Elections in the province. 5. Electoral Commission/independent Election Commission hereinafter the district/city ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, is the organizer of the elections is in charge of carrying out the election in the district/city. 6. the next Election Watchdog Agencies abbreviated Bawaslu, Election organizers is an institution that oversees the Organization of the Elections throughout the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia. 7. Provincial Election Bodies hereinafter Bawaslu Province, is formed by a Bawaslu oversees the Organization of Elections in the province. 8. The Committee of Trustees Election Kabupaten/Kota referred to hereafter Panwaslu Kabupaten/Kota, is a Committee formed by the Province Bawaslu oversees the Organization of the Elections at the district/city. A political party is a political party that has been designated as a participant in the general election of members of the House of representatives. 9. The composite political party is a combination of two or more political parties unanimously agreed that together run one (1) pair of presidential candidates and Vice President to the Electoral Commission. 10. Pair of presidential candidate and Vice Presidential Candidate, referred to below is the Future of candidate participants Elections President and Vice President who have met the requirements. 11. Voter is a citizen of the Republic of Indonesia at the time of polling day has even aged 17 (seventeen) years or older or have/ever mate and/or not being revoked the rights of pilihnya. 12. The election campaign of President and Vice President Campaign, is hereinafter referred to as activities to reassure voters by offering a vision, mission and programs of candidate. 13. The campaign Team is a team formed by the Candidate and/or political party and/or Merge proposers of political parties at the national level and/or provincial and/or district/city. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 4 14. Campaign props are all the objects or any other form that contains the vision, mission, and programs of candidate, symbols, or images of candidate signs posted for the purpose of the election campaign which aims to invite people choose a certain Candidate. 15. The campaign is all Material objects or any other form that contains the vision, mission, program Candidates, symbols, or mark the images presented for the purposes of the election campaign which aims to invite people choose a certain Candidate. 16. Days are calendar days. Article 2 (1) Organizing Campaigns are conducted throughout the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia. (2) the Candidate has the right, opportunity, and fair treatment and equal in the campaign. (3) the campaign referred to in subsection (1) may be made jointly or separately by the Candidate and/or by the campaign. Article 3 (1) campaign is conducted based on the principles of honest, open, accountable, as well as dialogis and is part of political education for voters. (2) political education referred to in subsection (1) is intended to increase Voter participation in the elections of President and Vice President. CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTATION of the CAMPAIGN article 4 (1) campaign carried out by implementing the campaign. (2) the campaign followed by participants of the campaign. (3) a campaign supported by the campaign. Article 5 (1) Implementing the campaign referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) consists of: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 495 5 a. Candidate; b. Executive Board of a political party or a combination of a political party; c. person-a; and d. the Organization of organizers of activities. (2) the person-a as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is a citizen of Indonesia has the right to vote. (3) the Organization of organizers of activities as referred to in paragraph (1) the letter d is the designated Candidate organizations, including the Organization of the combined wing of the political party or a political party. (4) Organization of organizers of activities as referred to in paragraph (3) is the legal entity which is established and maintained by the citizens of Indonesia and is subject to the law of the Republic of Indonesia. Article 6 (1) Implementing the campaign as stipulated in article 5 mandatory registered by Candidates or Campaign Team to the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota with copy to Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu and provincial, Kabupaten/Kota. (2) implementing a campaign Registration referred to in subsection (1) done since three (3) days after the Candidate set by the ELECTION COMMISSION. (3) Implementing the campaign responsible for the security, public order and the smooth running of the campaign. Article 7 (1) in carrying out the campaign, Candidates can coordinate with Party political or Combined political party formed a Campaign Team consists of national level. (2) the campaign Team as mentioned in subsection (1) is in charge of putting together the entire activities of the stages of the campaign and was responsible for the technical implementation of the organizing campaign. (3) National Campaign Team can form a provincial Campaign teams and/or district/city. Article 8 (1) a list of the names and identity of the executing campaigns and the campaign team members as referred to in article 6 and article 7 compulsory enrolled at the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota in accordance with form by using the form of the Model AB-PPWP within 4 (four) stanzas, with conditions: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 495 6 a. one (1) Candidate for a double; b. one (1) stanzas for the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP district/city; c. one (1) double entry for Bawaslu, Panwaslu Panwaslu provincial, and district/city; d. one (1) double entry for State police of the Republic of Indonesia according form. (2) a list of the name of the executor of the campaign and the campaign team members at the national level and/or provincial level and/or the level of kabupaten/kota referred to in subsection (1) is required to be registered at the time the proposals were to Candidates by political party or political parties Combined. (3) list the name of the executor of the campaign and the campaign Team members of the provincial and kabupaten/kota referred to in subsection (2), a Candidate Would be conveyed or political party or Combined political party in the province of Aceh, the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP district/city at least 3 (three) days prior to the commencement of the implementation of the campaign. (4) the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota delivered a list of executing the campaign and the campaign team members as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) to Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu and provincial, Kabupaten/Kota. Article 9 (1) set of candidate officer campaign. (2) the officer's Campaign referred to in subsection (1) is appointed and dismissed by the Candidate. (3) the officer's Campaign referred to paragraph (2), registered according to the ELECTION COMMISSION offices. (4) the registration officer's Campaign referred to in paragraph (3) was done since three (3) days after the Candidate set by the ELECTION COMMISSION. (5) the officer's Campaign referred to in subsection (1) consists of the entire officers who facilitate the implementation of the campaign. (6) the officer's Campaign referred to in subsection (1), is responsible for the smooth running of public order, security and the campaign. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 7 of article 10 (1) of the participants of the campaign as mentioned in article 4 paragraph (2) is composed of community members. (2) the members of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) is a citizen of Indonesia who qualify as voters. CHAPTER III CAMPAIGN MATERIALS article 11 (1) of candidate's campaign Materials include the vision, mission, and programs of candidate. (2) the campaign Material as referred to in paragraph (1), made in writing and submitted to the participants of the campaign. Article 12 Campaign Material as referred to in article 11 are communicated by means of: a. polite, i.e. use polite language or sentence and deserves to be shown to the public; b. code of conduct, that does not interfere with the public interest; c. educate, that provide useful information and enlighten the electorate; d. wise and civilized, i.e. no personal attacks, groups, classes or other Candidates; and e. not provocative. Article 13 Campaign Material as referred to in article 11 should be: a. upholds the implementation of Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; b. maintain and improve morality and religious values as well as the identity of the nation; c. maintain the unity and oneness of the nation; d. raise awareness of law; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 509 8 e. provide information that is correct, balanced and responsible as part of political education; and f. establish a healthy political communication between pairs of candidates with the community as part of building a democratic political culture of Indonesia and dignified. Clause 14 of the ELECTION COMMISSION to facilitate the dissemination of campaign material that includes a vision, mission, and programs of candidate as referred to in article 11 on the page. CHAPTER IV METHODS of the CAMPAIGN Article 15 (1) campaign can be implemented in the method of: a. the encounter limited; b. face-to-face and dialogue; c. dissemination through mass media print and electronic media; d. broadcasting via radio and/or television; e. dissemination of campaign material to the public; f. installation of props at Campaign venues and elsewhere which is determined by the ELECTION COMMISSION; g. Candidate debates about the Candidate's campaign material; and h. other activities which militate against the rules-no invitation. (2) the form of the campaign implemented by the Candidate, the campaign team, and Campaign officer referred to in subsection (1) must contain the vision, mission, and programs of the Government will be held, if the Candidate became a Candidate elected. Article 16 (1) the limited Meeting as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter a was carried out indoors or in enclosed buildings. (2) a participant who is invited is adapted to the capacity of the room are determined by the Manager with the most number of participants: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 495 9 a. 3,000 (three thousand) people to the central level; b. 2,000 (two thousand) people to the provincial level; and c. 1,000 (one thousand) people to the district/city level. (3) the invitation conveyed to participants should include information about the day, date, hour, place of activity, the name of the speaker, and the person in charge. (4) Implementing limited mandatory meetings deliver written notice to the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, with copy to the ELECTION COMMISSION and Bawaslu, in accordance with the form. (5) the notice referred to in subsection (4) includes the following information: a. day; b. the date; c. clock; d. place of activity; e. name of speakers; f. number of participants to be invited; and g. in charge. (6) Implementing the meeting limited to just be able to carry or use: a. the number of candidate photos and sort; b. mark the image of a political party or Political Party Combined proposers; and c. umbul-umbul Candidate. Article 17 (1) and face-to-face dialogue as referred to in article 15 paragraph (1) letter b executed interactively. (2) the face-to-face and the dialogue referred to in paragraph (1) may be exercised: a. in the room or the building closed or open; b. outside the space. (3) face-to-face and dialogue as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a is implemented with the provisions; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 10 a. number of participants does not exceed seating capacity; b. participants can consist of supporting participants and invited guests. (4) the face-to-face and the dialogue referred to in paragraph (2) letter b can be implemented in the form of visits to market activities, shelter residents, community or other public places. (5) Implementing the activities referred to in paragraph (4) is obligated to deliver written notice to the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, with copy to the ELECTION COMMISSION and Bawaslu, in accordance with the form. (6) the notice referred to in subsection (5) includes the following information: a. day; b. the date; c. clock; d. place of activity; e. Campaign team; f. number of participants to be invited; and g. in charge. (7) the commissioning activities and face-to-face dialogue Campaign Props can put up in the courtyard of the building or meeting place. Article 18 (1) the dissemination through the mass media and print media eletronik as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) the letter c can be shaped news coverage and advertising campaigns. (2) Print Media and electronic media providing the same time allocation in broadcast news coverage and advertising campaign Prospective Couples. (3) Print Media and electronic media can provide a special section for the Candidate to deliver the vision, mission, and Prospective Partner progam. (4) material news coverage and advertising campaigns as referred to in subsection (2) must be in accordance with the regulations and the code of ethics of journalism. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 11 article 19 (1) Broadcasting via radio and/or television as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter d was carried out in the form of promotion. (2) Radio and/or television give equal opportunities to Candidates. (3) the opportunity referred to in subsection (2) that is not used by the Candidate cannot be utilized by the other Candidates. (4) if the implemented program discussion (interactive dialogue), radio and/or television needs to involve parties or experts to suit the theme of the event. (5) promotional Campaign Material in the form referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the television, radio or newspapers and done at least 3 (three) days prior to campaign start. Article 20 (1) the dissemination Campaign materials as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) the letter e to the public is done at the Campaign meeting limited, face-to-face and dialog, and/or in public places. (2) Dissemination of campaign material referred to in subsection (1) includes business cards, flyers, stickers, hats, souvenirs, merchandise, books, matchsticks, Keychain, accessories, beverages or food packaging with logos, pictures, and/or a slogan of candidate and/or political party or Political Party Combined proposers. (3) the campaign Materials as referred to in paragraph (2), when converted in the form of money's value is highest at Rp 50,000.00 (fifty thousand dollars). Article 21 (1) installation of props at Campaign venues and elsewhere which is determined by the ELECTION COMMISSION as referred to in article 15 paragraph (1) letter f, it is placed on: a. places of worship including the page; b. hospital or health service places; c. Government-owned buildings; d. the institution (and the school); e. streets Protocol; f. Freeway; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 495 12 g. public facilities and infrastructure; h. parks and trees. (2) Prospective Spouses and/or Campaign Team can install outdoor Campaign props provided: a. billboards or billboards (billboards) at most three (3) fruit to one villages or other name; b. banner 1.5 x 7 (one comma five multiplied by seven) meters at most 5 (five) of the fruit in every kampung/dusun or other designations. (3) the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, PPS, PPK, and coordinating with the Government, PPLN provincial government, Government of Kabupaten/Kota, Kecamatan and Village/village or other designations, to determine the location of the installation of props. (4) installation of props by the Candidate and the campaign Team made only at locations that have been defined as referred to in paragraph (3). (5) Prospective Spouses and/or mandatory Campaign Team Clean Campaign props at the latest 1 (one) day after the campaign period. (6) the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, and/or the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota on the recommendation Bawaslu, Bawaslu Province, and/or Panwaslu communicates to the Candidate's campaign Team and/or that do not meet the conditions referred to subsection (1) and paragraph (2) to unplug or move props campaign. Section 22 (1) of candidate Debates of Campaign material as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) the letter g, organized by the ELECTION COMMISSION and was broadcast live nationwide on electronic media. (2) the debate referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out as many as five times with provisions: a. two (2) times for a presidential candidate; b. two (2) times to vice presidential candidate; and c. one (1) time for the candidate for President and Vice President. (3) the debate referred to in paragraph (2) are guided by a Moderator from among professionals and academics who have high integrity, honest, sympathetic, and doesn't favor one Candidate. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 13 (4) ELECTION COMMISSION can invite a limited number of participants, in Candidate debates. (5) the Matter of candidate debates are the national vision as outlined in the preamble of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, namely: a. protecting the whole nation of Indonesia and the rest of Indonesia tumpahdarah; b. promote the general welfare; c. the intellectual life of the nation; and d. joined the world order carry out based on freedom, eternal peace and social justice. (6) the technical Provisions on the implementation of candidate debate is governed more by the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION after coordinating with the Candidate and/or Campaign Team. Article 23 (1) other activities as referred to in article 15 paragraph (1) the letter h is done in the form of rallies, anniversary events/social activities, milad culture, sports race, istighosah, casual way, talbligh akbar, artistry, bazaar, short message service, social networks like facebook, twitter, email, website and other forms that aims to get support. (2) the general meeting referred to in subsection (1) beginning 9 a.m. local time and ends at the latest at 18.00 local time with respect the day and time of worship in Indonesia. (3) the general meeting as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in the field, the stadium, the square or other open places. (4) Implementing a mandatory Campaign looked at the capacity of the place referred to in subsection (3). (5) the Executor and the campaign participants are prohibited from carrying or using the sign images, symbols, panji, pataka, a flag and or not sign a picture or other attributes of the Candidate concerned. Article 24 the campaign Participants who attended a campaign rally with the use of motor vehicles in the Entourage or convoy, in departure and return is prohibited: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 495 14 a. do marches of motor vehicles; b. violating traffic rules. Article 25 (1) Officers of the campaign rallies of every Candidate is obligated to appoint one or more of its members as coordinator of the field. (2) the officers referred to in paragraph (1) be responsible for the smooth running, security and order of the participants of the campaign at the time of departure and/or arrival of extra campaign. Article 26 (1) a political party or a combination of the political party of candidate proposers can include task force personnel or other designations. (2) personnel task force referred to in subsection (1) are prohibited: a. using a uniform similar to the army of Indonesia National/State police of the Republic of Indonesia; b. storing and/or carrying of firearms and sharp weapons, as well as the obligatory help Police in maintaining order and security campaign. (3) a political party or a political Party is obliged to register a combined task force referred to in subsection (1) to the corresponding ELECTION COMMISSION offices with at least 3 (three) days prior to the implementation of the campaign. Chapter V of SCHEDULE TIME and LOCATION the CAMPAIGN article 27 (1) campaign as stipulated in article 5 clause (1), starting from 3 (three) days after a Candidate defined by the ELECTION COMMISSION and ending 3 (three) days prior to the day and date of voting. (2) the quiet period the campaign referred to in subsection (1) is 3 (three) days prior to the day and date of voting at POLLING STATIONS. (3) on a quiet period as referred to in paragraph (2), Campaign Prospective Couples are prohibited in any form. Article 28 (1) ELECTION COMMISSION timetable Campaign rallies as stipulated in article 27 paragraph (1) for each Candidate. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 15 Campaign Schedule (2) the general meeting referred to in subsection (1) applies nationally to the Central, provincial, and district/city. (3) the preparation of the campaign schedule as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by decision after coordinating with the Team Campaign Prospective Couples. (4) the campaign Team received the agreed Campaign schedule of the ELECTION COMMISSION at the latest 1 (one) day before the implementation of the Campaign with copy to the Government of the province or district/city, Bawaslu and State police of the Republic of Indonesia according form. Article 29 (1) the appropriate degree Campaign Team, which doesn't use the opportunity of the campaign rallies as stipulated in article 28 is obliged to notify in writing to the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, and/or the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP district/city at least 3 (three) days prior to the campaign. (2) the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh or ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP district/city based on the notice referred to in subsection (1), fix the Campaign schedule. (3) the schedule of the campaign had already been repaired as referred to in paragraph (2), set by the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or KIP Aceh province/district/city ELECTION COMMISSION. (4) the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or KIP Aceh province/district/city ELECTION COMMISSION handed the repair Campaign schedule to the Candidate and the campaign team of the appropriate level, with copy to the Government of the province, kabupaten/kota, Bawaslu and State police of the Republic of Indonesia according form. CHAPTER VI NEWS COVERAGE, broadcasting, and advertising CAMPAIGN the first part General (1) article 30 of the Annunciation, broadcasting, and Advertising Campaigns can be conducted through the mass media of print, on-line and electronic broadcasters, in accordance with the legislation. (2) news coverage, broadcasting, and Advertising Campaigns as referred to in paragraph (1) intended for delivering campaign by Candidates to the community. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 16 (3) Campaign Material referred to in subsection (2) may include: a. writings; b. voice; c. images; d. the writings and images; or e. the sounds and images, which is a narrative character, graphic, interactive, interactive or not, and which can be received through your device receives the message. (4) the Mass Media print, on-line and electronic broadcasters, in preaching, broadcasting, and Advertising Campaigns as referred to in subsection (1) must comply with provisions on the ban in the campaign referred to in the law on elections of the President and Vice President. (5) the Mass Media print, on-line, electronic and broadcasting institutions referred to in subsection (1) during the quiet period banned from broadcast ads, the Candidate's track record, or any other form that leads to a profitable Campaign interests or detrimental to the Candidates. Article 31 (1) of the public broadcasters, private broadcasters, subscription broadcasters and provide the same time allocation and balanced basis to treat Candidates for delivering the campaign. (2) community broadcasters can broadcast the election process of President and Vice President as a form of service to the community. (3) Candidates are prohibited from utilizing the interest of community broadcasters Campaign Prospective Couples. The second part of article 32 Campaign news coverage Preaching Campaign can be broadcast over the way broadcasters broadcast live or delayed broadcasts and by the mass media print or on-line. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 495 17 Article 33 Mass Media print, on-line, and electronic broadcasters providing a special section for news coverage of the campaign must apply fair and balanced for all Candidates. The third part of broadcasting Campaign Article 34 (1) the broadcasting of a campaign undertaken by broadcasters in the form of: a. broadcast monologues; b. dialogue that involves sound and/or image viewers or listeners voice; and c. the polls. (2) Speaker broadcasting monologue and dialogue Campaign is obligated to comply with the provisions referred to in the law on elections of the President and Vice President. Article 35 (1) Broadcast monologues and dialogues held by broadcasters can involve the public through telephone, short message service, electronic mail, and/or facsimile. (2) the procedures for organizing broadcast monologues and dialogue are organized together with the Indonesia Broadcasting Commission. The fourth part of the Advertising Campaign of article 36 (1) Ad Campaign can be done by the Candidate on the mass media in print, on-line and/or broadcasters in the form of commercial advertising and/or the public service. (2) Advertising Campaigns as referred to in paragraph (1) contains things that can interfere with the convenience of the reader, listener, and/or viewers. (3) the Mass Media print, on-line, electronic and broadcasters required to provide equal opportunities to Candidates in loading and ad serving campaigns. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 18 (4) loading and scheduling arrangements and ad serving Campaigns as referred to in paragraph (3) was carried out by the mass media in print, on-line and broadcast institutions. Article 37 (1) Mass Media print, on-line and broadcast institutions are prohibited: a. sell a blocking segment and/or blocking time for campaigns; b. accept the sponsorship program in a format or any segment can be categorized as advertising Campaigns; and/or c. sell ad spots that are not utilized by one Candidate to the other Candidates. (2) Blocking segment as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, is a column in the mass media of print, on-line and sub-event on the broadcasters used to preaching to the public. (3) the Blocking time referred to in subsection (1) letter a, is the day/date of publication of the mass media in print, on-line and broadcast on broadcasters that used to preaching to the public. Article 38 (1) the maximum limit of campaign advertising on television for each pair of Candidates cumulatively by as much as 10 (ten) spot was the longest 30 (thirty) seconds to every television station every day during the campaign. (2) the maximum limit of Advertising Campaigns on the radio for each pair of Candidates cumulatively by as much as 10 (ten) spot lasts longest sixty (60) minutes for each radio station every day during the campaign. (3) the maximum limit for advertisement Campaigns as referred to in paragraph (1) and subsection (2) applies to all types of advertising. (4) the arrangements and scheduling of Advertising Campaigns as referred to in paragraph (3) for each pair of Candidates arranged entirely by broadcasters with the obligation of giving equal opportunities to each Candidate. Article 39 (1) Mass Media print, on-line, electronic and broadcasters who do the Advertising Campaign in the form of commercial advertising campaigns or mandatory public service Campaign advertisements comply with the advertising code of ethics and rules and regulations. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 19 (2) Mass Media print, on-line, electronic and compulsory broadcasters determine the standard advertising rates Campaign commercial that applies equally to every Candidate. (3) public service Campaign Ad rates should be lower than the price of the Ad Campaign commercial. (4) Print Media and broadcasters broadcast Ad Campaign non-partisan community service at least once a day with duration of sixty (60) seconds. (5) public service Campaign Advertisements referred to in subsection (4) may be produced by the print media, broadcasters or created by other parties. (6) the amount of time public service Campaign advertisements aired, as referred to in subsection (4) does not include the cumulative amounts as stipulated in article 38 paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3). Article 40 the print Mass Media provide the page and the time that is fair and balanced for the loading of the news and interviews as well as for the Advertising Campaign for the Candidate. Article 41 (1) of the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia or the Press Council to conduct surveillance over news coverage, broadcasting and Advertising Campaign undertaken by broadcasters or mass media print, on-line and electronic. (2) in the event that there is evidence of breach of the provisions referred to in Article 36, article 37, article 38, article 39, article 40 and the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia's Press Council or the dropping of sanctions in accordance with the authority that is owned by the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia's Press Council or as set forth in the regulations that govern broadcasting or of the press. (3) the overthrow of the sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) notified to the ELECTION COMMISSION and the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh. CHAPTER VII CAMPAIGN by the PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT AS WELL AS OTHER STATE OFFICIALS of article 42 (1) the President and the Vice President's status as candidate for President and Vice President have the right of carrying out the campaign. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 (2) State officials and other Political party members as status have the right of carrying out the campaign. (3) Officials of other countries which are not members of a political party status as it can carry out the campaign in question as: a. a presidential candidate or vice presidential candidate; b. members of the Campaign Team that is already registered to the ELECTION COMMISSION; or c. implementing a campaign that is already registered to the ELECTION COMMISSION. Article 43 the President or Vice President who has been set up by the ELECTION COMMISSION as a presidential candidate or vice presidential candidate, in carrying out the mandatory Campaign notes the implementation of the tasks and duties as the President or Vice President. Article 44 in carrying out the campaign as referred to in article 43, the President and the Vice President, Ministers, Governors, Vice Governors, Governors, Vice Governors, mayors and deputy mayors are obligated: a. run on leave; b. Noting the existence of the stewardship of the country and the Organization of local governance; and c. ensure the attainment of the mission and the smooth conduct of the Government of the country, as well as the principles of organizing good governance. Article 45 leave implementation of the President and Vice President as stipulated in article 44, performed on the basis of an agreement between the President and the Vice-President of the campaign according to the schedule set by the ELECTION COMMISSION. Article 46 the Minister Secretary of State delivered a furlough schedule President and Vice President as stipulated in article 45 to the ELECTION COMMISSION no later than 7 (seven) days before the beginning of the campaign period. Article 47 (1) implementation of the furlough of officials as stipulated in article 44, filed with the www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id conditions: 2014, no. 495 21 a. Ministers to the President; b. the Governor and/or the Deputy Governor to the President through the Secretary of the Interior; c. Regent and/or Vice Governors, mayors and/or Vice Mayor to Secretary of the Interior through the Governor. (2) the President and the Minister of Internal Affairs gives permission with a look at the conditions as referred to in article 43 and article 44. (3) leave request the officials referred to in subsection (1) is filed at least 12 (twelve) days prior to the implementation of the campaign. (4) the granting of leave is completed at the latest four (4) days calculated from the date of receipt of the request from the concerned officials. Article 48 (1) Leave for the Minister, Governors, Vice Governors, Governors, Vice Governors, mayors and deputy mayors, who conducted his election campaign: a. the Minister, regulated by the State Secretary and reported to the President and submitted to the Minister in question as well as to the ELECTION COMMISSION at least 3 (three) days prior to Campaign Start concerned Minister; b. the Governor, Deputy Governor, Governor, Vice Governors, mayors and deputy mayors, who comes from a political party and not from political parties in the Campaign as the team status and/or executing a campaign set up by the provincial Secretary and the Secretary of the district/city, as well as reported to the officials concerned and to the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION, and the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP district/city at least 3 (three) days prior to the concerned officials launch campaign. (2) a letter of furlough officials referred to in subsection (1), contains a schedule of campaign time and place/location campaigns. (3) the leave schedule Settings as mentioned in subsection (2) is done with fixed notes the smooth execution of the mission and organization of the Government and the Government of the region. Article 49 (1) the Minister, Governors and Deputy Governors, Governors and Deputy Governors, or the Mayor and Deputy Mayor as a member of the campaign Team and/or executing Campaigns can be given leave of absence. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 495 22 (2) the leave of absence referred to in subsection (1), can be given 1 (one) day of every week during the campaign. (3) the Minister, Governors and Deputy Governors, Governors and Deputy Governors, or the Mayor and Deputy Mayor who did campaign on holiday does not require leave of absence. Article 50 (1) in the event the Governor and Vice Governor, the Regent and Vice Regent, or mayor and deputy mayors who is assigned as a member of the campaign team is carrying out the campaign in the same time, the Government's daily tasks performed by the Secretary. (2) the execution of the tasks of the Government by the Secretary referred to in subsection (2) is designated by the Minister of the Interior on behalf of the President. Article 51 (1) in carrying out the election campaign, the President and the Vice President, Ministers, Governors, Vice Governors, Governors, Vice Governors, mayors and deputy mayors are prohibited: a. using State facilities related to his post unless the facilities security for officials as provided for in the regulations; b. mobilizing his apparatus for the benefit of the campaign; c. use and/or utilize funds sourced from the finances of the State either directly or indirectly; and/or d. using State-owned enterprises and regions. (2) State Facilities as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a in the form of: a. a means of mobility, such as service vehicles include vehicles Department of State officials and employees of the service vehicles, as well as other Department of transportation; b. building Office, Home Office, Home Office of the Government-owned, Government-owned, Government-owned Provincial district/city, except for the remote areas that their implementation must be carried out having regard to the principles of Justice; c. means of offices, regional radio and the Government-owned telecommunications password/Provinces/Counties/cities, and other equipment, as well as materials. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 23 (3) buildings or facilities of the State referred to in paragraph (2) which was leased to the public be excluded from the provisions referred to in paragraph (1). Article 52 (1) the use of facilities of State attached to the Presidency and Vice President concerning the security, health, and field conditions according precedence professionally and proportionally. (2) in case of the President and Vice President being presidential candidate or vice presidential candidate then the inherent State facilities as referred to in subsection (1) remains as President and Vice President. (3) candidate for President and Vice President who is not President and Vice President, during the campaign were given facilities safeguards, health, and the control by the State police of the Republic of Indonesia. (4) Security and escort referred to in subsection (3) is financed from the budget of the State expenditures and revenues. CHAPTER VIII the ROLE of Government, the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES, and the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE in the CAMPAIGN Article 53 in the campaign, Candidates have the right to obtain information or data from the organizers of the State in the Center and/or in the area in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. Article 54 the Government, provincial government, and the Government's kabupaten/kota, kecamatan, and village/kelurahan give equal opportunities to Campaign Teams and/or implementing the campaign in the use of public facilities for the delivery of the campaign materials. Article 55 Governments, provincial governments, the Government of kabupaten/kota, kecamatan, desa/kelurahan, Indonesia, national army and police force of the Republic of Indonesia was banned from performing actions that benefit or harm one of his Campaign Team and/or implementing the campaign. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 24 Article 56 State police of the Republic of Indonesia according degree after coordinating a Bawaslu/Bawaslu Panwaslu provincial/district/city can regulate or dissolve the people-a and/or group in addition to executing campaigns and the campaign team members listed on the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota actually and/or received no official duties of candidate. Article 57 (1) of the Republic of Indonesia according State police offices may propose to the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh, and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota with copy to the Candidate concerned in security in the region-place/location campaign does not allow organized campaign. (2) in case of a State referred to in paragraph (1), the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota decided the cancellation or delay of the campaign by notifying the Candidates and/or the corresponding Campaign Team. (3) the State police of the Republic of Indonesia according highest authorities: a. regulate or dissolve a person and/or group in addition to executing campaigns that registered at the Election Commission, the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Aceh and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota actually and/or received no official candidate once the task of coordinating a Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu and provincial, Kabupaten/Kota. b. change the travel route was specified when at the moment of departure and/or return of the participants of the Campaign happened to security disorder/order traffic without the consent of the candidate concerned. CHAPTER IX PROHIBITIONS and SANCTIONS Article Ban first portion 58 Candidates, Campaign Team, implementing the campaign, and Campaign officials, as well as any person prohibited from conducting Campaigns referred to in article 17 outside of the campaign period. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 25 Article 59 (1) of the implementing, participants, and officer campaign, forbidden: a. to question the basic State of Pancasila, the preamble of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, and the form of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia; b. undertake activities that endanger the integrity of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia; c. insulting someone, religion, tribe, race, class, and/or any other Candidate; d. instigating and pitted individual sheep or community; e. interfere with public order; f. threatening to do violence or advocate the use of violence to a person, a group of community members, and/or any other Candidate; g. damage and/or eliminate Campaign Prospective Couples props; h. use of Government facilities, places of worship and education; i. carries or uses a picture and/or a Candidate other than the attributes of the images and/or attributes of the Candidate in question; j. promising or giving of money or other material to participants of the Campaign; and k. mobilize citizens of Indonesia who have yet to qualify as voters. (2) Implementing the campaign in the Campaign activities prohibited include: a. the Chairman, Vice Chairman, Chairman young, Chief Justice at the Supreme Court, and judges at all judicial bodies underneath it and judge the Constitution at the Constitutional Court; b. the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and members of the body of the Financial Examiner; c. the Governor, Senior Deputy Governor and Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia; d. the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees and employees of State-owned enterprises/business entity belonging to the region; e. civil servants; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 495 26 f. members of the Indonesia national army and police force of the Republic of Indonesia; g. village chief or other designation; h. Councilor; i. members of the Consultative Body of the village; and j. Indonesia Citizens who do not have the right to choose. (3) every person referred to in paragraph (2) letter a up to the letter i are prohibited from participating as implementing the campaign. (4) a violation of the prohibition of the provision in paragraph (2) Letter c, letter d, letter f, letter g, letter i and j, and subsection (2), is a criminal offence. Article 60 the State Functionaries, structural and functional officials officials in his country, as well as the head of the village or other designations are prohibited from making decisions and/or actions that benefit or harm one of the Candidates during the campaign. Article 61 (1) State officials, officials of the structural and functional officials in his country as well as other public servants prohibited conduct that leads to partisanship against the Candidate who became the participants of the election for President and Vice President before, during and after the campaign period. (2) the prohibition referred to in subsection (1) includes meetings, solicitation, an appeal, appeal or the granting of goods to civil servants in the environment unit works, family members, and the community. Article 62 State officials, the Chairman and members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, LEGISLATORS or members of DPD is prohibited be cast all its institutions public service advertisements on mass media in print, on-line or electronic media, and outer space since the specified as Candidates by the ELECTION COMMISSION. Article 63 Campaign Prospective Couples or teams are prohibited from giving exemplary collective of social assistance in the form of construction or improvement of roads, places of worship, public facilities or means. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 495 27 second part of sanctions of article 64 (1) Implementing Campaign Prospective Spouse or who did the election administration infringement penalties as set forth in regulations of the Electoral Commission about the completion of the Pelangggaran the administration of the elections. (2) Implementing Campaign Prospective Spouse or who do criminal infringement in doing a campaign subject to criminal sanctions as set forth the law on elections of the President and Vice President. CHAPTER X PROVISIONS COVER Article 65 at the time these regulations come into force, Elections Commission Regulation Number 28 in 2009 about the Teknsi Campaign Guidelines President and Vice President, revoked and declared inapplicable. Article 66 this Election Commission Regulations come into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations this Election Commission with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia Established in Jakarta on 16 April 2014, ELECTORAL COMMISSION CHAIRMAN HUSNI KAMIL BEAD Enacted in Jakarta on April 16, 2006 MINISTER OF JUSTICE and HUMAN RIGHTS of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id