Regulation Of The Minister Of Forestry Number P. 63/menhut-Ii/2013 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kehutanan Nomor P.63/MENHUT-II/2013 Tahun 2013

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BN 1377-2013. doc REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 1377, 2013 the MINISTRY of FORESTRY. Conservation Agencies. Specimen Plants. Wildlife. The Ordinance. REGULATION of the INDONESIAN MINISTRY of FORESTRY Number P. 63/Menhut-II/1995 CONCERNING the PROCEDURES for OBTAINING SPECIMENS of PLANTS and WILDLIFE to CONSERVATION AGENCIES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of FORESTRY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that under article 11 paragraph (2) the Government Regulation number 7 in 1999 about the Preservation of plants and animals need to be arranged to obtain plants and wildlife to a conservation institutions; b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of Forestry of the procedures Obtained specimens of plants And wildlife to a conservation Institutions; Remember: 1. Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources, the ecosystem and Biodiversity (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1990, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3419); www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 2 2. Act No. 5 of 1994 about the endorsement of the United Nations Convention On biological diversity (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 41 in 1994, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3556); 3. Act No. 8 of 1997 about the acceptance of the country instead of taxes (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 43 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 14); 4. Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 167 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3888) as amended by Act No. 19 of 2004 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 86 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4412); 5. Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of Environment (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5059); 6. Government Regulation Number 59 in 1998 about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Ministry of forestry and Plantations (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 94 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3767), as last amended by regulation of the Government Number 92 in 1999 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 201 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3914); 7. Government Regulation number 7 in 1999 about the Preservation of plants and animals (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 number 14, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3803); 8. Government Regulation No. 8 of 1999 regarding the utilization of plants and wildlife (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 15 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3804); www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 3 9. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 10. Government Regulation Number 28 in 2011 about the management of the natural and the Asylum Area Preservation (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 56 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5217); 11. The decision of the President of the Republic of Indonesia 43 Year 1978 about the endorsement of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) of Wild Fauna and Flora; 12. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 about a United Indonesia Cabinet II as amended by presidential decree number 59/P in 2011; 13. The decision of the Minister of forestry Number 104/Kpts-II/2003 concerning the appointment of the Director General of forest protection and nature conservation as The Manager (Management Authority) CITES in Indonesia; 14. The decision of the Minister of forestry Number 355/Kpts-II/2003 regarding the marking of specimens of plants and wildlife; 15. The decision of the Minister of forestry Number 447/Kpts-II/2003 about The Taking or Capture and release plants and Wildlife; 16. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 19/Menhut-II/2005 about the breeding of plants and Wildlife; 17. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 40/Menhut-II/2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of forestry (Republic Indonesia in 2010 Number 405) as amended by regulation of the Minister of forestry Number P. 33/Menhut-II/2012 (news of the Republic of Indonesia year 2012 Number 779); www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 4 18. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 52/Menhut-II/2006 of Demonstration Plants and wildlife are protected as amended by regulation of the Minister of forestry Number P. 39/Menhut-II/2012 (news of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 997); 19. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 31/Menhut-II/2012 about Conservation Institutions (news of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 747); 20. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 40/Menhut-II/2012 about the exchange of plants or Wildlife is protected By Conservation Agencies abroad (Republic Indonesia in 2012 the number 1003); Decide: Define: FORESTRY MINISTERIAL REGULATION On The PROCEDURES For OBTAINING SPECIMENS Of PLANTS And WILDLIFE To CONSERVATION AGENCIES. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Conservation measures management of plant and/or wildlife taken wisely in order to meet the needs of the current generation and future generations. 2. ex-situ Conservation is conservation plants and/or wildlife that is conducted outside its natural habitat. 3. The conservation Agency is an institution engaged in the conservation of plant and/or wildlife outside its Habitat (ex-situ), either governmental or non-governmental institutions. 4. The Institute of conservation for the benefit of the public is engaged in the conservation of plant and/or wildlife outside its Habitat (ex-situ), either governmental or non-governmental institutions in the allocation and management has the main function and other functions for the benefit of the public. 5. The institution of special interest for Conservation is an institution engaged in the conservation of plant and/or wildlife outside its Habitat (ex-situ), either in the form of government agencies as well as www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 5 non-governmental institutions in the allocation and management has focused on the functions of the rescue or wildlife rehabilitation. 6. Conservation Agency Permission is the permission given by the Ministry of forestry to the applicant who has met the terms in accordance with the statutory conservation agencies to form. 7. plants and wildlife native to Indonesia is all kinds of plants and wildlife that historically lived and its spread is in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. 8. Alien plants and Wildlife are all types of plants and wildlife that historically lived and its spread outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. 9. The breeding of plants and Wildlife is breeding activities in the form of duplication of individuals through reproduction mating (sexual) and not mating (asexual) in artificial environments and/or semi natural and controlled while maintaining the purity of the species. 10. Breeding plants and Wildlife breeding activity is controlled in the form of duplication of individuals through reproduction mating (sexual) and not mating (asexual) in artificial environments and/or semi natural and controlled by retaining the purity and type refers to the management of the collection (collection management). 11. The types of plants and Wildlife species that are scientifically called a species or type of kids naturally are called sub-species both within and outside the Habitat. 12. The collection of plants or Wildlife is a collection of specimens of plants or wildlife that become the objects of conservation institutions management. 13. is physical Specimens of plants and wildlife either alive or dead or parts or derivatives-derivatives from him that visually or with existing techniques can still be recognized, as well as products that are in the label or the packaging stated certain parts containing specimens of plants and wildlife. 14. the protected Plants are all plants either living or dead, as well as its parts which, according to the provisions of legislation established as a protected plant. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 6 15. Protected wildlife is wildlife of all types both the living and the dead as well as the parts according to the provisions of legislation established as protected wildlife. 16. Partners are parties and/or parties with funds and technical expertise or assets that perform activities in the field of conservation agencies with no commercial element through cooperation with Directorate General Unit or Technical Implementers. 17. The Minister is the Minister delegated tasks and responsibility in the field of forestry. 18. the Director-General is the Director-General entrusted tasks and responsibility in the field of forest protection and nature conservation. 19. the Technical Director is the Director of the delegated tasks and responsibility in the field of biodiversity conservation. 20. The technical Implementing hereafter UPT was Great Hall conservation of natural resources, the great Hall of the national parks, Conservation of natural resources or the porch of the National Park. CHAPTER II SPECIMENS of PLANTS and WILDLIFE to a CONSERVATION INSTITUTE Conservation Institution section of the Union article 2 conservation Institutions are grouped into: a. conservation institutions to the public interest; and b. the conservation agencies for special interests. The second part of specimens of plants and wildlife of article 3 (1) specimens of plants and wildlife conservation for the institutions referred to in article 2 consists of: a. plant and wildlife native to Indonesia; and b. the plants and wildlife. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 7 (2) specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, are grouped into: a. plants and wildlife are protected; and b. the plants and wildlife are not protected. (3) specimens of plants and wildlife alien as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, grouped into: a. the plants and wildlife that are listed in the Appendix; and b. the plants and wildlife of non foreign CITES. CHAPTER III the ACQUISITION of SPECIMENS of PLANTS and WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AGENCIES for Part One General article 4 acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia for a conservation agency referred to in article 3 paragraph (1) letter a, can be done by means of: a. the submission; b. grant, gift or donation; c. Exchange; d. borrowing; e. retrieval; f. purchase; and/or g. uptake or arrest of nature. Article 5 acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies for foreigners referred to in article 3 paragraph (1) letter b, can be done by means of: a. the submission; b. grant, gift or donation; c. Exchange; d. borrowing; and/or www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 8 e. purchase. The second part of the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia For a conservation Institute For public interest Paragraph 1 article 6 Submission of conservation Institutions in the interest of the public can obtain specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia from the Government of Indonesia by way of surrender as referred to in article 4 of the letter a, such as: a. the specimens of plants and wildlife confiscated proceeds or booty; b. specimens of plants and wildlife voluntary submission of the results of the community; and/or c. specimens of plants and wildlife from the results of a natural disaster evacuation or rescue due to the conflict. Article 7 (1) acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife confiscated proceeds or booty by way of surrender as referred to in article 6 a, can be done after the plants and wildlife of the proceeds confiscated or booty by way of submission that has a fixed law (inkracht van gewijsde). (2) Upon the decision of the magnitude of the law remain (inkracht van gewijsde) as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the UPT coordinate with conservation agencies in the local region for submission of specimens of plants and wildlife. (3) in the case of conservation agencies are outside the territory of the UPT, the submission of specimens of plants and wildlife by UPT Head referred to in subsection (2), made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) submission of specimens of plants and wildlife as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) was conducted by the head of the UPT after obtaining the permission of the Director General and published in the news of the event. (5) based on a submission referred to in subsection (4), the Institute of conservation of inserting specimens of plants and wildlife into the parent book (log book) or genealogical records book (stud book). www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 9 Article 8 (1) acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife in a way the voluntary surrender of the community as referred to in article 6 letter b, can be done after the examination held in News events. (2) on the basis of the News Event as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the UPT coordinate with conservation agencies in the local region for submission of specimens of plants and wildlife. (3) in the case of conservation agencies are outside the local area, the submission of specimens of plants and wildlife by UPT Head referred to in subsection (2) is made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) submission of specimens of plants and wildlife as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by the head of the UPT after obtaining the permission of the Director General and published in the News of the event. (5) based on a submission referred to in subsection (4), the Institute of conservation of inserting specimens of plants and wildlife into the parent Book (Log Book) or Genealogical Records Book (Stud Book). Article 9 (1) acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife in a way the submission of the results of a natural disaster evacuation or rescue due to the conflict referred to in the article 6 letter c, it can be done after the examination held in News events. (2) on the basis of the News Event as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the UPT coordinate with conservation agencies in the local region for submission of specimens of plants and wildlife. (3) in the case of conservation agencies are outside the local area, the submission of specimens of plants and wildlife by UPT Head referred to in subsection (2) is made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) submission of specimens of plants and wildlife as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) was conducted by the head of the UPT after obtaining the permission of the Director General and published in the News of the event. (5) based on a submission referred to in subsection (4), the Institute of conservation of inserting specimens of plants and wildlife into the parent Book (Log Book) or Genealogical Records Book (Stud Book). www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 10 Paragraph 2 Grants, gift or donation of article 10 (1) specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions in the interest of the public that is obtained by way of a grant, gift or donation, as referred to in article 4, letter b done with conditions: a. the presence of a notice in writing from the Institute of conservation of domestic and overseas conservation agency will grant , give or donate specimens of plants and wildlife that are equipped document records genealogy and health information; b. existence of a notice in writing from the conservation agency will receive a grant, gift or donation specimens of plants and wildlife to local UPT comes with News of the proceedings (BAP) the readiness of infrastructure; and c. recommendations of the head of the UPT. (2) in the case of specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia is a kind of Appendix I of CITES, a grant, gift or donation as referred to in subsection (1) made after recommendations from the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI). Paragraph 3 Swap or Loaning article 11 specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions in the interest of the public that is obtained by way of loan or Exchange referred to in article 4 of the letter c and the letter d, performed with provisions: a. the existence of interest for breeding between conservation agencies domestic and conservation institutions in the country with foreign conservation institutions; b. based on the needs of the collection that is poured in a species management plan; c. recommendations of the UPT Head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 11 d. recommendations the UPT Head attached with News of the proceedings specimens of plants and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; or e. are equipped with document agreement cooperation between conservation agencies both within the country and abroad. Paragraph 4 of article 12 taking of specimens of wildlife native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions in the interest of the public that is obtained by way of retrieval as referred to in article 4 letter e, performed with provisions: a. wildlife comes from Animal and training center or the center of a Government-run animal rescue; b. based on the needs of the collection that is poured in the collection management plan; c. recommendations of the UPT Head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; d. recommendations of the UPT Head attached with News of the proceedings specimens of plants and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; e. pay the levy of tax instead of State reception in accordance with the legislation. Paragraph 5 of article 13 purchase of specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions in the interest of the public that is obtained by way of a purchase as stipulated in article 4 letter f, performed with provisions: a. specimens of plants and wildlife is protected and not the kind that is retrieved from a legitimate source and not derived from conservation agencies; and b. based on the needs of the collection that is poured in the collection management plan. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 of 12 Paragraph 6 the taking or Capture of the Nature of article 14 specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions in the interest of the public that is obtained by way of arrest or capture of the nature referred to in article 4 of the letter g, performed with provisions: a. for the purpose of increasing genetic varieties and/or rescue type must match the location and retrieval of permission or arrest; b. done by individuals or groups who are capable or technically skilled in resolving or arrest; c. done with attention to sustainability and does not cause deaths or injuries on specimens of plants or wildlife captured; d. does not cause the disruption or destruction of habitat, population and the environment; e. Special for wildlife, arrests carried out compulsory pay attention to the welfare of animals (animal welfare) in individuals who were arrested as well as a group or population left in its natural habitat; and f. especially for animals who are captured alive, the catch is accommodated in a place that has been determined to avoid the risk of injuring, disturbing physical health and animal behaviour and to reduce the risk of psychological pressure (stress) and death. The third part is the acquisition of specimens of plants and Wildlife Conservation Agencies for foreign to the common interests of the paragraph 1 of article 15 surrender of conservation Institutions in the interest of the public can obtain specimens of plants and wildlife in a way foreigners surrender as referred to in article 5, letter a is done through: a. the submission by the Government or the proceeds confiscated or booty; and/or www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 13 b. submission through the Government or voluntary surrender results from the community. Article 16 (1) the submission by the Government as referred to in article 3 a, can be carried out: a. after plants and foreign wildlife confiscated proceeds or booty which has a magnitude of the law remain (inkracht van gewijsde); b. State the owner of specimens of plants and wildlife foreign (country of origin) is not willing to make the process of repatriation (repatriation); and c. specimens of plants and wildlife in a healthy condition and consider the merits in conservation efforts. (2) based on legal documents as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the local agencies coordinate with UPT conservation in the local region for submission of specimens of plants and wildlife. (3) in the case of conservation agencies are outside the local area, the submission of specimens of plants and wildlife by UPT Head referred to in subsection (2) is made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) submission of specimens of plants and wildlife as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) was conducted by the head of the UPT after obtaining the permission of the Director General and published in the news of the event. (5) based on a submission referred to in subsection (4), the Institute of conservation of inserting specimens of plants and wildlife into the parent Book (Log Book) or Book Cacatan Genealogy (Stud Book). Article 17 (1) acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies for foreign to the public interest by way of a voluntary surrender of the community as referred to in article 3, letter b can be done after the examination of published in the news of the event. (2) on the basis of the news event as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the local agencies coordinate with UPT conservation in the local region for submission of specimens of plants and wildlife. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 14 (3) in the case of conservation agencies are outside the local area, the submission of specimens of plants and wildlife by UPT Head referred to in subsection (2), made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) submission of specimens of plants and wildlife as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by the head of the UPT after obtaining the permission of the Director General and published in the news of the event. (6) based on the submission referred to in subsection (4), the Institute of conservation of inserting specimens of plants and wildlife into the parent Book (log book) or Book Cacatan Genealogy (stud book). Paragraph 2 of grant, gift or donation Article 18 specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies are foreign to the interest of the public that is obtained by way of a grant, gift or donation, as referred to in article 5, letter b can come from: a. conservation institutions in the country; or b. the conservation agencies out of the country. Article 19 a grant, gift or donation specimens of plants and wildlife from foreign institutions of the konsevasi in the country as stipulated in article 18 a, can be done in terms of: a. notification and written consent of the conservation agency will grant, give or donate specimens of plants and wildlife that are equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); b. the written consent from the conservation agency will receive a grant, gift or donation specimens of plants and wildlife; c. recommendations of local UPT comes with News of the proceedings Infrastructure; and d. recommendations of local UPT comes with News of the proceedings of animals. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 15 article 20 (1) a grant, gift or donation specimens of plants and wildlife from foreign konsevasi abroad as stipulated in article 6 letter b, can be done in terms of: a. notification and written consent of conservation institutions in the country which will receive a grant, gift or donation specimens of plants and wildlife to the Government; b. the written consent of the foreign conservation agency will grant, assign, or donate specimens of plants and wildlife that are equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); and c. recommendations from local UPT comes with News of the proceedings and infrastructure. (2) in the case of specimens of plants and foreign wildlife is a kind of Appendix I of CITES, the mechanism of the grant, the grant or contribution referred to in subsection (1) made after recommendations from the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI). Paragraph 3 Exchange or Loan of article 21 (1) specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies are foreign to the interest of the public that is obtained by way of loan or Exchange referred to in article 5 of the letters c and d, performed with provisions: a. exchange between conservation agencies within the country or between domestic conservation with conservation agencies abroad; b. the loaning institution conservation within the country; or c. borrowing (breeding loan) between conservation agencies in the country by foreign conservation agencies. (2) acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife through foreign exchange or loan (breeding loan) between conservation agencies in the country with foreign conservation as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and letter c is regulated by regulation of the Minister. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 16 Article 10 Obtaining specimens of plants and wildlife in a way foreign exchange or loaning institution domestic conservation as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (1) letter a and letter b, must satisfy the conditions: a. based on the needs of the collection that is poured in the collection management plan; b. implementation through the cooperation agreement; and c. get recommendations from local UPT equipped with infrastructure Inspection Event News and news of the proceedings specimens of plants or wildlife. Paragraph 4 of article 23 Purchases (1) collection of specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies for foreign to the public interest which is obtained by means of the purchase referred to in article 5 of the letter e, derived from: a. abroad; or b. within the country. (2) the purchase of specimens of plants and wildlife from foreign abroad referred to in subsection (1), performed with provisions: a. seller specimens of plants and wildlife that are included in the list of CITES Appendix I have been teregisterasi in the authority who manages CITES (CITES Management Authority) local State and the Secretariat of CITES; b. seller specimens of plants and foreign wildlife of Appendix II, III of CITES and not included in the list of CITES has been teregisterasi on the Authority's Manager of CITES (CITES Management Authority) local State; c. attach the document export permits CITES (CITES Export permit) for specimens of Appendix CITES the document and the Certificate of Origin (CoO) for specimens of non COMPLIANCE; and d. recommendations of local UPT (3) in the case of specimens of plants and foreign wildlife included in CITES Appendix I listing, the purchase referred to in subsection (1) made after recommendations from the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI). www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 of 17 of the fourth part of the acquisition of Wildlife Species native to Indonesia For a conservation Agency For special interests Paragraph 1 of article 24 of the General acquisition of wildlife species native to Indonesia for a conservation agency for special interests can be done by means of: a. the submission; b. grant, gift or donation; or c. the return return (repatriation). Paragraph 2 of article 25 submission of acquisition of the original species of wildlife conservation agency for Indonesia to special interests by way of submission as stipulated in article 24 a, committed by the Government against the specimen: a. the result of foreclosures or booty; b. results of the voluntary surrender of the community; and/or c. resulting from natural disasters or conflict. Article 26 (1) acquisition of wildlife species native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions to special interests by way of the submission of the results of the seizure or the spoils as stipulated in article 25 a, can be done on the basis of the News Event foreclosure or news Event the spoils. (2) based on News Events or news event of foreclosure and seizure as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the UPT coordinate with conservation agencies for special interests in the local area for delivery of wildlife species native to Indonesia. (3) in the case of conservation agencies to special interests are outside of the local area, the surrender of native wildlife species in Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2), made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) delivery of wildlife species native to Indonesia as referred to www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 18 in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) was conducted by the head of the UPT loaded in the news submission event. (5) in the case of protected wildlife species, the wildlife species in the original surrender of Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by the head of the UPT approval after the Director-General and loaded in the news submission event. Article 27 (1) the acceptance of native wildlife species in Indonesia for a conservation institutions to special interests through voluntary way from the community as referred to in article 25, the letter b can be done after the examination are loaded in the news submission event. (2) on the basis of the News Event as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the UPT coordinate with conservation agencies for special interests in the local area for delivery of wildlife species native to Indonesia. (3) in the case of conservation agencies to special interests are outside of the local area, the surrender of native wildlife species in Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2), made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) delivery of wildlife species native to Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by the head of the UPT approval after the Director-General and loaded in the news submission event. (5) in the case of protected wildlife species, the wildlife species in the original surrender of Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by the head of the UPT approval after the Director-General and loaded in the news submission event. Article 28 (1) the acceptance of the wildlife species native to Indonesia for a conservation institutions to special interests by way of surrender resulting from natural disasters or conflict as stipulated in article 25 of the letter c, may be made after the examination of published in the News submission event. (2) on the basis of the News Event as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the UPT coordinate with conservation agencies for special interests in the local area for delivery of wildlife species native to Indonesia. (3) in the case of conservation agencies to special interests are outside of the local area, the submission of a species of wildlife as it www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 19 referred to in subsection (2) is made after coordinating with conservation agencies place UPT Head is located. (4) delivery of wildlife species native to Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) was conducted by the head of the UPT after obtaining the permission of the Director General and loaded in the news submission event. (5) in the case of protected wildlife species, the wildlife species in the original surrender of Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), conducted by the head of the UPT approval after the Director-General and loaded in the news submission event. Paragraph 2 of grant, gift or donation Article 29 species of native wildlife conservation agencies to Indonesia for special interests acquired through a grant, gift or donation, as stipulated in article 24, the letter b can come from: a. conservation institutions in the country; or b. the conservation agencies out of the country. Article 30 Grants, gift or donation of wildlife species native to Indonesia from konsevasi institutions in the country as stipulated in article 29 a, can be done in terms of: a. notification and written consent of the conservation agency will grant, give or donate specimens of plants and wildlife that are equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); b. the written consent from the conservation agency will receive a grant, gift or donation; c. recommendations of local UPT comes with News of the proceedings infrastructure; and d. recommendations of local UPT comes with News of the proceedings of animals. Article 31 (1) a grant, gift or donation of wildlife species native to Indonesia of foreign konsevasi as stipulated in article 29 the letter b, can be done in terms of: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 20 a. notification and written consent from conservation agencies for special interests who would receive a grant, gift or donation to the Government of wildlife species; b. the written consent of the foreign conservation agency will grant, assign, or donate the wildlife species native to Indonesia equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); and/or c. recommendations from local UPT comes with News of the proceedings infrastructure. (2) in the case of native wildlife species in Indonesia included in CITES Appendix I listing, grant, gift or donation as referred to in paragraph (1), carried out after obtaining a recommendation from the Indonesia Institute of Sciences. Article 32 (1) Repatriation (repatriation) of native wildlife species from Indonesia konsevasi abroad as stipulated in article 24 of the letter c, can be done in terms of: a. notification and written consent from conservation agencies for special interests that will receive the wildlife species to the Government; b. the written consent of the foreign conservation will return/restore native wildlife species in Indonesia equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); and/or c. recommendations from local UPT comes with News of the proceedings infrastructure. (2) in the case of native wildlife species in Indonesia included in CITES Appendix I listing, the repatriation (repatriation) of wildlife species native to Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (1), carried out after obtaining a recommendation from the Indonesia Institute of Sciences. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 21 CHAPTER IV PROCEDURES for OBTAINING PERMITS SPECIMENS of PLANTS and WILDLIFE to CONSERVATION for the BENEFIT of the General PUBLIC is considered Part of article 33 (1) acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies as referred to in article 4 and article 5 for the public interest is done through permissions. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. permit the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia; and b. permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife. (3) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife native to Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, consisting of: a. permit the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected; b. permission obtaining specimens of plants and wildlife are not covered; and (4) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife alien as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, consisting of: a. permit the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife of the alien in the country; and b. permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife foreigners from abroad. Article 34 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected for conservation for the benefit of public institutions as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) letter a, of the nature given by the Minister. (2) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected as referred to in paragraph (1), given to specimens of plants and wildlife are protected is obtained in a manner referred to in article 4 of the letter g. (3) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected for conservation for the benefit of public institutions as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) letter a, which is not of the nature given by the Director General. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 22 (4) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected as referred to in paragraph (3), given to specimens of plants and wildlife are protected is obtained in a manner referred to in article 4 of the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f and. Article 35 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are not protected for conservation for the benefit of public institutions as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (3) of the letters b, given by the head of the UPT. (2) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are not protected as referred to in paragraph (1), given to plants and wildlife that is obtained is not protected in a manner referred to in article 4 of the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, and the letter g. (3) in the case of specimens of plants and wildlife are not protected are done by way of arrest or capture of the nature referred to in article 4 of the letter g, the head of the UPT should refer to the annual quota utilization of plants and wildlife. Article 36 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies for foreign to the common good stemming from within the country as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (4) letter a, is given by the head of the UPT. (2) Permits the acquisition of specimens referred to in subsection (1), given to plants and wildlife that is obtained by way of article 5 referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, and the letter e. Article 37 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife conservation agencies for foreign to the common good stemming from abroad as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (4) letter b, given by the technical director. (2) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and foreign wildlife referred to in subsection (1), given to plants and wildlife that is obtained by way of a grant, gift or donation and purchase as stipulated in article 5 of the letter b and the letter e. (3) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife that are coming from outside the country as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (4) subparagraph www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 23 b, in a manner referred to in article 5 of the letters c and d, regulated by ministerial regulation. The second part of the Licensing Procedures For Conservation Agencies For public interest Paragraph 1 Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected by article 38 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected that come from nature to the public interest as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), submitted through the institution of the petition to the Minister of conservation with copy to the Director-General. (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) is fitted the requirements: a. a comprehensive scientific study that contains information about the type, number, gender, age or size, the existence of a population, and retrieval; b. proposal and work plan; c. recommendations of the Scientific Authority that the taking or capture appealed will not damage the population on the natural habitat; and d. the technical studies and the recommendations of the local head of the UPT. (3) the Minister after receiving the application referred to in subsection (1), the Director General commissioned to do an assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) by virtue of the assignment referred to in subsection (3), the Director General do assessment requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (5) in the event that the requirements referred to in subsection (2), assessed fully, the Director-General within the grace period of 15 (fifteen) working days, to convey the results of the assessment to the Minister through the Secretary-General. (6) the Secretary General after receiving technical and administrative review referred to in subsection (5), within the grace period 10 (ten) working days from reviewing the legal aspects and convey the concept of Minister's decision regarding the permit acquisition www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 24 specimens of plants and wildlife are protected that come from nature to the public interest to the Minister. (7) the Minister of the grace period 7 (seven) working days after accepting the concept of a decision as referred to in paragraph (6), permit the taking of a decision on the issuing or the capture of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected. (8) a decision of the Minister referred to in subsection (7), within the grace period 7 (seven) working days is delivered to the applicant through the Secretary-General. (9) in terms of completeness of requirements permits the acquisition as referred to in paragraph (2), assessed is not complete, the Director-General within the grace period 7 (seven) working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (10) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (9) was not met, within the grace period thirty (30) working days Director General on behalf of the Minister delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (11) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (9) have been met, the solicitation is processed as intended in paragraph (3), paragraph 4), subsection (5), subsection (6), paragraph (7), and subsection (8). Article 39 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected comes not from nature for the benefit of the public as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (3) and subsection (4), submitted through the application by the institutions of conservation to the Director General with a copy to the technical director. (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) is fitted the requirements: a. a copy of a court decision that has the force of law remain (inkracht van gewijsde) against the results of the confiscated specimens or news Event captured or voluntarily handover Event News from the community; b. documents of the cooperation; c. certificate of origin of animals by way of a grant, loan or Exchange,; d. recommendation of the head of the local UPT attached with News of the proceedings and infrastructure news and Proceedings of animals; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 of 25 e. animal health certificate; and f. a description of origin or lineage of animals. (3) the Director General upon receipt of the application referred to in subsection (1), assigning Technical Director to conduct the assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) by virtue of the assignment referred to in subsection (3), Technical Director performing the assessment referred to in paragraph (2). (5) in case the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (2), assessed the full, Technical Director within the grace period of 15 (fifteen) working days, to convey the results of the assessment to the Director General by attaching the concept decision Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected. (6) the Director-General after receiving the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (5), within the grace period 7 (seven) working days to publish the decision of the Director-General about the permit acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are protected and communicated to the applicant. (7) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2), is judged incomplete, technical director in the grace period 7 (seven) working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (8) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (7) is not met, within the grace period of 30 (thirty) working days, the Technical Director on behalf of the Director General delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (9) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in subsection (8) are met by the applicant, the solicitation is processed as intended in paragraph (4), subsection (5), subsection (6), paragraph (7) and (8). Paragraph 2 Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are not Protected article 40 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are not protected for the public interest referred to in Article 35 paragraph (1), submitted through the institution's application to UPT Head conservation of original specimens of plants and wildlife. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 26 (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1), equipped with the terms: a. recommendations the UPT Head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; b. recommendations the UPT Head attached with News of the proceedings specimens of plants and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; c. cooperation documents or affidavits from original conservation institutes units specimens of plants and wildlife; d. animal health certificate; and/or e. Description of origin or lineage of plants and wildlife; (3) the head of a local petition after receiving the UPT as referred to in paragraph (1), within 7 (seven) working days conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in conducting the assessment referred to in subsection (3), the head of the UPT mandatory coordinate with conservation agencies place UPT Head was or the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife, to the administrative processes referred to in paragraph (2). (5) based on the results of an assessment of the completeness of the requirements referred to in subsection (3) and paragraph (4) votes complete, head of the UPT, within 7 (seven) business days of issuing the permit acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife are not protected and mail Transport of plants and Wildlife In the country (SATS RESULTS-DN). (6) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, head of the UPT within grace period 7 (seven) working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (7) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (6) are not met within the grace period thirty (30) working days, the head of the UPT delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (8) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (6) are met by the applicant, the solicitation is processed as intended in paragraph (3), subsection (4) and paragraph (5). www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 27 Paragraph 3 Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife In the country Of Foreign Article 41 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife alien to common interests as stipulated in article 36 paragraph (1), submitted through the institution's application to UPT Head conservation of original specimens of plants and wildlife. (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1), equipped with the terms: a. recommendations the UPT Head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; b. recommendations the UPT Head attached with News of the proceedings specimens of plants and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; c. cooperation documents or affidavits from the original plant conservation institutes units and foreign wildlife appealed; d. a copy of a court decision that has the force of law (inkracht) or news Event the spoils or the voluntary surrender of Event News from the community; e. health certificate the foreign wildlife; and f. a description of the origin/lineage records of plants and wildlife. (3) the head of a local petition after receiving the UPT as referred to in paragraph (1), within 7 (seven) working days conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in conducting the assessment referred to in subsection (3), the head of the UPT mandatory coordinate with conservation agencies place UPT Head was or the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife, to the administrative processes referred to in paragraph (2). (5) based on the results of an assessment of the completeness of the requirements referred to in subsection (3) and paragraph (4) votes complete, head of the UPT, within 7 (seven) business days of issuing the permit acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife from domestic and foreign Mail Transport of plants and Wildlife In the country (SATS RESULTS-DN). (6) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, head of the UPT within grace period 7 (seven) www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 of 28 working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (7) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (7) is not met within the grace period thirty (30) working days, the head of the UPT delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (8) in the event of notice of completeness requirements as referred to in subsection (8) are met by the applicant, the solicitation is processed as intended in paragraph (3), subsection (4), subsection (5) and paragraph (6). Paragraph 4 Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife from overseas Foreign Article 42 (1) Permits the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife from foreign abroad as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (1), submitted through the institution's application to conservation technical director. (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1), equipped with: a. the terms of the express written consent of conservation agencies abroad which will grant, give or donate specimens of plants and wildlife; b. recommendation of the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI) for specimens of plants and exotic animals that are included in the list of Appendix I of CITES; c. documents of export permits CITES (CITES Export permit) for specimens of Appendix CITES the document and the Certificate of Origin (COO) for specimens of Non COMPLIANCE; d. document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); e. documents or information from The seller agency CITES local country Manager; f. documents or information institution seller of Secretariat of CITES in specimens of plants and wildlife included in CITES Appendix I lists; and g. UPT Head local recommendations attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure. (3) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (1), Technical Director designate officials to conduct the assessment of the completeness of the requirements referred to in subsection (2) within the grace period 10 (ten) working days. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 29 (4) based on the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (3), the designated Officer issued the import permit (import permit) to permit the acquisition of specimens of plants and wildlife foreigners from abroad. Article 43 permits and procedures for acquisition of plants and wildlife from foreign abroad as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (4) by way of loan or Exchange, as in article 5 of the letters c and d, is set in a regulation of the Minister. Chapter V of the ORDINANCE PERMITS the RETRIEVAL of SPECIES of WILDLIFE CONSERVATION for the SAKE of INSTITUTES for special part One General Article 44 (1) for the purposes of Conservation Agencies can obtain a special species of native wildlife for the benefit of Indonesia's rescue and rehabilitation is done how as stipulated in article 24. (2) Wildlife Species native to Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (1), consisting of: a. protected wildlife species; and b. a wildlife species is not protected; Article 45 (1) the acquisition of protected wildlife species for conservation agencies for special interests as stipulated in article 44 paragraph (2) letter a, Director General of the permission granted. (2) the acquisition of the wildlife species is not protected for conservation agencies for special interests as stipulated in article 44 paragraph (2) letter b, given the permission of the head of the local UPT. The second part of the Licensing Procedures For Conservation Agencies For special interests Paragraph 1 Permits the acquisition of protected Wildlife Species www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 30 Article 46 (1) Permits the acquisition of protected wildlife species as referred to in article 45 paragraph (1) by way of a surrender as referred to in article 24 a, filed through the application by the institutions of conservation for special interests to the Director General with a copy to the technical director. (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1), shall be equipped with: a. a copy of the terms of a court decision that has the force of law remain (inkracht van gewijsde) against the results of the confiscated specimens or news Event captured or voluntarily handover Event News from the community; b. recommendations the UPT head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; c. recommendation of the UPT head attached with News of the proceedings plant species and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; d. animal health certificate; and e. a description of origin or lineage of animals. (3) the Director General upon receipt of the application referred to in subsection (1), assigning Technical Director to conduct the assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in the event that the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (3), assessed the full technical director in the grace period of 15 (fifteen) working days, to convey the results of the assessment to the Director General. (5) the Director-General within the grace period 7 (seven) working days after receiving the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (5), issued the permits the acquisition of protected wildlife. (6) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, technical director of the grace period 7 (seven) working days, delivered a notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (7) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (6) are not met in time lag of 30 (thirty) working days, the Technical Director on behalf of the Director General delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (8) in the event that the requirements referred to in subsection (2) are met by the applicant, within the grace period of 30 (thirty) business days, www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 31 application processed as intended in paragraph (4) and paragraph (5). Article 47 (1) Permits the acquisition of protected wildlife species as referred to in article 45 paragraph (1) in a manner as intended by article 24 letter b, filed the petition through a special conservation institutions to the Director General with a copy to the technical director. (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1) is fitted the requirements: a. the notice and approval from the conservation agency will grant, give or donate the plant species and wildlife which features document records genealogy and health certificate (health certificate); b. recommendations the UPT head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; c. recommendation of the UPT head attached with News of the proceedings plant species and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; (3) the Director General upon receipt of the application referred to in subsection (1), assigning Technical Director to conduct the assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in the event that the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (3), assessed the full technical director in the grace period of 15 (fifteen) working days, to convey the results of the assessment to the Director General. (5) the Director-General within the grace period 7 (seven) working days after receiving the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (5), issued the permits the acquisition of protected wildlife. (6) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, technical director of the grace period 7 (seven) working days, delivered a notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (7) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (6) are not met in time lag of 30 (thirty) working days, the Technical Director on behalf of the Director General delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (8) in the event that the requirements referred to in subsection (2) are met by the applicant, within the grace period of 30 (thirty) working days, the solicitation is processed as intended in paragraph (4) and paragraph (5). www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 32 Section 48 (1) Permits the acquisition of protected wildlife species as referred to in article 45 paragraph (1) in a manner as intended by article 24 of the letter c, filed the petition through a special conservation institutions to the Director General with a copy to the technical director. (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1), must come with a requirement: a. written consent from foreign conservation agencies that will return/restore native wildlife species in Indonesia equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate) and pedigree records; b. recommendations from local UPT comes with News of the proceedings infrastructure; and c. recommendations of the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI). (3) the Director General upon receipt of the application referred to in subsection (1), assigning Technical Director to conduct the assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in the event that the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (3), assessed the full technical director in the grace period of 15 (fifteen) working days, to convey the results of the assessment to the Director General. (5) the Director-General within the grace period 7 (seven) working days after receiving the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (5), issued the permits the acquisition of protected wildlife. (6) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, technical director of the grace period 7 (seven) working days, delivered a notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (7) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (6) are not met in time lag of 30 (thirty) working days, the Technical Director on behalf of the Director General delivered a letter of rejection to the applicant. (8) in the event that the requirements referred to in subsection (2) are met by the applicant, within the grace period of 30 (thirty) working days, the solicitation is processed as intended in paragraph (4) and paragraph (5). www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 33 Paragraph 2 Permits the acquisition of Wildlife Species not covered by article 49 (1) Permits the acquisition of wildlife species is not protected as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (1) by way of a surrender as referred to Article 24 a, filed the petition through a special conservation institutions to head of the UPT. (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1), shall be equipped with: a. a copy of the terms of a court decision which has legal powers remain (inkracht van gewijsde) against the results of the confiscated specimens or news Event captured or voluntarily handover Event News from the community; b. recommendations the UPT head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; c. recommendation of the UPT head attached with News of the proceedings plant species and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife are obtained; d. animal health certificate; and e. a description of origin or lineage of animals. (3) the head of a local petition after receiving the UPT as referred to in paragraph (1), within 7 (seven) working days conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in terms of completeness of peryaratan as mentioned in subsection (2) are rated fully, the head of the UPT within 7 (seven) working days, the publishing Permit acquisition of the wildlife Species is not protected and delivered to the applicant. (5) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, head of the UPT within grace period 7 (seven) working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (6) in the event of grace period thirty (30) working days, the applicant has complete requirements and pass on to the head of the UPT, requests are processed as intended in paragraph (3) and subsection (4). (7) in terms of time lag of 30 (thirty) working days, the applicant does not complete the requirements, the head of the UPT published a letter of rejection. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 34 Article 50 (1) Permits the acquisition of wildlife species is not protected as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (1) in a manner as intended by article 24 letter b, submitted through the institution's special conservation petition to the head of the local UPT. (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1) is fitted the requirements: a. the notice and approval from the conservation agency will grant, give or donate specimens of plants and wildlife that are equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate); b. recommendations the UPT head attached with a News Event Preparation and infrastructure where institutions are conservation; c. recommendation of the UPT head attached with News of the proceedings plant species and wildlife where the origin of specimens of plants and wildlife. (3) the head of a local petition after receiving the UPT as referred to in paragraph (1), within 7 (seven) working days conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in terms of completeness of peryaratan as referred to in paragraph (2) votes complete, Head UP within 7 (seven) working days, the publishing Permit acquisition of the wildlife Species is not protected and delivered to the applicant. (5) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, head of the UPT within grace period 7 (seven) working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (6) in the event of grace period thirty (30) working days, the applicant has complete requirements and pass on to the head of the UPT, requests are processed as intended in paragraph (3) and subsection (4). (7) in terms of time lag of 30 (thirty) working days, the applicant does not complete the requirements, the head of the UPT published a letter of rejection. Article 51 (1) Permits the acquisition of wildlife species is not protected as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (1) in a manner as intended by article 24 of the letter c, filed through the institution's special conservation petition to the head of the local UPT. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2013, no. 1377 35 (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1) is fitted the requirements: a. written consent from conservation agencies abroad which will return/restore native wildlife species in Indonesia equipped document notes pedigree and health certificate (health certificate) and pedigree records; b. recommendations from local UPT comes with News of the proceedings infrastructure; c. recommendations of the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI); and d. Permit imports (import permit) issued a Technical Director or designated Officials. (3) the head of a local petition after receiving the UPT as referred to in paragraph (1), within 7 (seven) working days conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) in terms of completeness of peryaratan as mentioned in subsection (2) are rated fully, the head of the UPT within 7 (seven) working days, the publishing Permit acquisition of the wildlife Species is not protected and delivered to the applicant. (5) in terms of completeness requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was judged incomplete, head of the UPT within grace period 7 (seven) working days, deliver the notice to the applicant to complete the requirements. (6) in the event of grace period thirty (30) working days, the applicant has complete requirements and pass on to the head of the UPT, requests are processed as intended in paragraph (3) and subsection (4). (7) in terms of time lag of 30 (thirty) working days, the applicant does not complete the requirements, the head of the UPT published a letter of rejection. CHAPTER VI PROVISIONS of the PROHIBITION of article 52 the holder permits the acquisition of specimens of plants or wildlife is prohibited: a. memperjual traded plant species or wildlife; b. abandon animals; c. Managing Wildlife does not fit the rules of ethics and animal welfare; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 36 d. doing wildlife Cross (cross breeding); e. perform mating (inbreeding) blood; or f. take/make use of organs and or bagianya purpose without permission. CHAPTER VII SANCTIONS Article 53 a violation of the provisions of article 52 administrative penalties in accordance with the provisions set forth in the regulation of the Minister of Conservation Agencies. CHAPTER VIII MONITORING and REPORTING of article 54 (1) the supervision against conservation in the conduct of the activities of the plant collection or acquisition of wildlife was conducted by the head of the UPT. (2) the head of a local UPT checks and supervision towards the realization of the acquisition of the collection of plants and wildlife and report it to the Director-General of the Technical Director with copy PHKA. CHAPTER IX PROVISIONS COVER Article 55 of this ministerial regulation will take effect from the date of promulgation. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2013, no. 1377 37 so that everyone knows, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on November 19, 2013, the INDONESIAN MINISTRY of FORESTRY ZULKIFLI HASAN Enacted in Jakarta on November 21, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id