The Electoral Commission Regulation No. 8 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Komisi Pemilihan Umum Nomor 8 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 406, 2013 GENERAL ELECTION COMMISSION. The Election Of Representatives Of The Region. The nomination. Individual. Repeal.

The ELECTORAL COMMISSION REGULATION No. 8 2013 ABOUT NOMINATING INDIVIDUALS for ELECTION PARTICIPANTS MEMBERS of the REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY, the ELECTION COMMISSION is Considering: a. that the provisions of article 8 paragraph (2) Letter c of law number 15 year 2011 about the Election Organisers declared, that the duties and authority of the Electoral Commission in organizing the elections of members of the House of representatives , Regional representative Council, and the regional House of representatives are drafting technical guidelines and define each stage Elections after first consult the House of representatives and the Government;
b. that based on such matters on the letter a and letter b, as well as to implement the provisions of article 76 paragraph (4) of the Act number 8 of year 2012 general election of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and Representatives of the region, the need to establish rules of Electoral Commission about the nomination of Individual Participants of the election of members of House of representatives of the region;
Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues as amended by Act No. 43 of 1999 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 169, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3890);
2. Act No. 2 of 2002 on State police of the Republic of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 2, 2002 an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4168);
3. Act No. 19 of 2003 about State-owned enterprises (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 70 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4297);
4. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4301);
5. Act No. 34 of 2004 about the Indonesia National Army (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 127 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4439);
6. Act No. 12 year 2011 about the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2011, an additional State Gazette Number 5234);
7. 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);
8. Law No. 8 year 2012 general election of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and the regional House of representatives (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 117 in 2012, an additional Sheet of the Republic Indonesia country number 5316);
9. Government Regulation Number 60 of 1999 regarding higher education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 115 Additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3859);
10. Government Regulation Number 55 in 2007 about religious education and Religious Education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 124 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7965);
11. Government Regulation Number 53 in 2010 about Disciplined civil servants (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 74 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5135 Country);
12. Regulation of the Minister of national education no. 3 in 2008 about the standard process of Education Equality Package A, Package B, and Package C;
13. the regulation of the Minister of national education Number 59 in 2008 about the Endorsement letter or Diploma Photocopy End Signs of learning, a Substitute Affidavits berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/Certificate Completed Learning and Publishing Certificate replacement berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/Certificate Completed study;
14. Regulation of the Minister of national education the number 77 in 2009 about the National Exam Program Package A, Package B, Package C, and Package C Vocational Year 2010;
15. Regulation of the Minister of education and culture the number 35 in 2012 about organizing the national exam Education Equality (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 565 in 2012);
16. The regulations the Director General of Islamic education number 1 in 2012 about Endorsement photocopying a diploma/Certificate STTB, Substitute the berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB on basic education Unit, unit of secondary education of Islam and Islamic religious Education in the environment of the Ministry of religion;
17. 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;
18. The Electoral Commission Regulation number 06 of 2008 about the organizational structure of the Secretariat-General of the Electoral Commission, Provincial Elections Commission Secretariat, and the Secretariat of the Electoral District/Municipality as changed by the Election Commission Regulation number 22 in 2008;
19. The Electoral Commission Regulation number 07 in 2012 about the Stage, Program and outline of organizing elections of members of the House of representatives, members of the regional representative Council, and the regional House of representatives by 2014 as amended four times with Electoral Commission Rules number 06 by 2013.
Notice: 1. The decision of the Electoral Commission number 08/Kpts/ELECTION COMMISSION/2013 about the Population of the province and Kabupaten/Kota as well as the number of seats of Provincial and REGIONAL district/city general election 2014 date January 15, 2013;    2. The ruling of the Electoral Commission Plenary meeting of March 8, 2013;
Decide: define: ELECTORAL COMMISSION RULES REGARDING the NOMINATION OF INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANTS of the ELECTION OF MEMBERS of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the region.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation, the definition of: 1. the next general election, the election is abbreviated means implementation of popular sovereignty which was held in langsug, public, free, and confidential, 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. Legislation is Act No. 8 in 2012 about the Election of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and Representatives of the region.
3. the regional representative Council, hereinafter abbreviated DPD is Perwakikan Council Area as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
4. Election of members of the DPD is the election to choose members of DPD in the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
5. The organizer of the election is the agency that organizes the election of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION, Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION Kabupaten/Kota, Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province and Kabupaten/Kota as one function of organizing Elections to choose members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, Representatives of the region, the President and Vice President directly by the people, as well as to vote for Governors, mayors and Governors, in a democratic way as stipulated in Act No. 15 of 2011 about Election Organizers.
6. The Commission further abbreviated general election Election Commission, Election organizers is an institution which is a national, independent, and remains in charge of carrying out the elections as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 and law number 15 year 2011 about Election Organizers.
7. The Provincial Electoral Commission subsequently abbreviated to Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION, Election organizers are in charge of carrying out the election in the province.
8. Electoral District/city further shortened the Kabupaten/Kota, is the organizer of the elections is in charge of carrying out the election in the district/city.
9. Independent Election Commission hereinafter abbreviated KIP is KIP KIP Aceh and Kabupaten/Kota that are part of the ELECTION COMMISSION and was authorized by law to organise the election for President and Vice President, members of Parliament Election, DPD, Provincial REPRESENTATIVES and the DPRA/Counties/cities/DPRK, the election of Governor and Vice Governor, Governor and Deputy Governors, as well as the Mayor and Deputy Mayor referred to in Act No. 11 of 2006 about the Government of Aceh.
10. The Agency's next Election Watchdog Bawaslu abbreviated, Election organizers is an institution that oversees the Organization of the Elections throughout the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in Act No. 15 of 2011 about Election Organizers.
11. The provincial Election Watchdog Agency, hereinafter referred to as the province is Bawaslu formed by a Bawaslu oversees the Organization of Elections in the province referred to in the law number 15 year 2011 about Election Organizers.
12. The Committee of Trustees Election district/city, hereinafter referred to as Panwaslu Kabupaten/Kota, is a Committee formed by the Province Bawaslu oversees the Organization of the Elections at the kabupaten/kota referred to in Act No. 15 in 2011 about the Election Organizers.
13. The Election Committee is a Committee/Group of organizers who carry out Elections made up the Election Committee Sub/Election Committee of Foreign Affairs, the Committee Vote, the Group's Organizer Voting/Polling Organizer Groups Abroad as well as the Sub-district Election Committee, and the Committee's Election Pitches next abbreviated PPK/PPLN, PPS, KPPS/KPPSLN as well as Panwaslap and Panwascam as stipulated in Act No. 15 in 2011 about the Election Organizers.

14. State-owned enterprises are STATE-OWNED COMPANIES hereinafter referred to, is a business entity that all or most of the capital is owned by the State through its investment directly derived from the wealth of the country separated.
15. Business entity belonging to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT area of which is hereinafter referred to as the business entity all or most of the capital is owned by the local government through its investment directly derived from the wealth of the area are separated.
16. The list of Candidates while the DPD, DPD DCS hereafter is a list of the candidates while containing the numbers sort prospective candidates, the full name of the prospective candidates are arranged alphabetically, prospective candidates photo, sex and County/city or Sub-district of residence prospective candidates.
17. A list of Prospective Permanent members of DPD, DPD DCT hereafter is a list of candidates containing the fixed number sort prospective candidates, the full name of the prospective candidates are arranged alphabetically, prospective candidates photo, sex and County/city or Sub-district of residence prospective candidates.
18. Administrative Verification is an examination of the completeness and validity of the individual requirements document to become participants of the election, DPD and document the requirements of prospective candidates DPD are formyl.
19. the factual Verification is proofing and matching voter support documents the truth with the name, age and address of the voter's statement regarding his support as well as to the individual's prospective candidates DPD Election participants who are materially.
20. The nomination information system, is a set of systems and web-based information technology to support the work of election organizers in verify completeness of submission of eligibility prospective candidates and the validity of the eligibility prospective candidates DPD.
21. A diploma or certificate completed learning hereinafter referred STTB is an affidavit of an official and legitimate that apply nationally to the effect that a learner has passed the examination school and pass the national exam.
22. replacement diploma/certificate STTB official statement is valid and applicable national berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB stating that a student has passed the exam schools and pass the national exam. 23. Days are calendar days.

Article 2 of the Election Commission, the provincial and the Kabupaten/Kota in the implementing stage of the nomination of DPD, based on the principle of election organizers: a. self-contained;

b. be honest;

c. fair;

d. legal certainty;

e. the orderly Election organizers;

f. public interest;

g. openness;

h. proportionality;

i. professionalism;

j. accountability;

k. efficiency; and l.  effectiveness.

Article 3 Individual participants Elections prospective candidates DPD has the right, opportunity, and receive equal service in the process of the nomination based on legislation.

Article 4 (1) of the participants of the election to choose members of the DPD, is privately held.

(2) registration of individuals as participants of the election, including the filing of a DPD as prospective candidates DPD.

Article 5 the number of seats for each province of DPD set 4 (four).

Article 6 the area of selection to members of DPD is the province.

CHAPTER II REQUIREMENTS for PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES article 7 minimum requirements for support of voters in each electoral area prospective candidates DPD, include: a. the province with a population of up to 1.000.000 (one million) people, must get support from at least 1,000 (one thousand) of voters;
b. the province with a population of more than 1.000.000 (one million) up to 5 million (five million) people have to have the support of at least 2,000 (two thousand) of voters;
c. the province with a population of more than 5 million (five million) up to 10 million (ten million) people, must get support from at least 3,000 (three thousand) of voters;
d. the province with a population of more than 10 million (ten million) up to 15 million (fifteen million) people, must get support from at least 4,000 (four thousand) of voters; and e. the province with a population of over 15 million (fifteen million) people, should have the support of at least 5,000 (five thousand) voters.
Article 8 (1) voter Support as referred to in article 7, shall be distributed in at least 50% (fifty percent) of the total number of districts/cities in the province concerned.
(2) in the event that the determination of the amount of spread of kabupaten/kota referred to in subsection (1) results in a fractional digits 0.5 (five tenths), numbers are rounded to 1 (one), while in terms of generating fractional numbers below 0.5 (five tenths), numbers are deleted.
Article 9 (1) voter support Requirements as referred to in article 8 paragraph (1), evidenced by the list of labelled support signatures or thumbprints fingers and are equipped with photocopying card alerts residents of every supporter.
(2) a supporter of not allowed to provide support to more than 1 (one) person prospective candidates DPD as well as doing the cheaters to mislead someone, by force, by promising or giving of money or other material to gain support for the candidacy of DPD in the elections.
(3) support is provided to more than one (1) candidate Member of the DPD as referred to in paragraph (2), his support was declared null and void.
(4) the cancellation of voter support as referred to in paragraph (3), made against all the candidates DPD is supported.
Article 10 if it found evidence of false data or data that is inadvertently duplicated by prospective candidates DPD associated with minimal support requirements document selector, prospective candidates DPD is a reduction in the amount of support for a minimum Turnout of 50 (fifty) times the findings are evidence of false data or data that is duplicated.
Article 11 registration of prospective candidates DPD held 12 (twelve) months before polling day.

Article 12 Individual participants of the election, prospective candidates may become DPD after eligible: a. citizen of Indonesia that has been aged 21 (twenty one) years or older;

b. duty to God Almighty;

c. resides in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia;

d. capable of speech, read on. and write in the language of Indonesia;
e. the lowest educated graduate from high school, madrasah aliyah, vocational high school, MAK, or other equal education;
f. loyal to Pancasila as the Foundation of the State, the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, and the ideals of Proclamation 17 August 1945;
g. never sentenced to imprisonment based on court rulings that have the force of law remains for committing a criminal act liable to a criminal prison 5 (five) years or older; h. healthy physical and spiritual;

i. registered as electors;

j. willing to work full time;
k. resigned as head of the region, Deputy Head of the region, civil servants, members of the armed forces of Indonesia, a member of the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees and employees at State-owned enterprises and/or owned enterprises areas, or other agencies that the budget is predicated on the finances of the State, which is declared with a resignation letter cannot be withdrawn;
b.  willing to not practice as a public accountant, advocate/lawyer, notary, land deed official (PPAT), and/or not do the job the providers of goods and services related to the finances of the State as well as other work ang may give rise to a conflict of interest with their duties, authority, and rights as members ELECTED in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
m. willing not to concurrently served as officials of other countries, the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees and employees at State-owned enterprises and/or owned enterprises areas as well as other agencies that the budget is predicated on the finances of the State; n. run only in one (1) representative institutions;

o. run only in one (1) area of selection; and p.  minimal support from voters in the electoral region is concerned.

Article 13 (1) is the provision resides in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia as stipulated in article 12 letter c is the included citizens of Indonesia who for some reason at the moment of registration of candidates residing abroad, and prospective candidates in question obligatory complement the requirements of affidavits from Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia in the local country.
(2) another equal Education as stipulated in article 12 letter e, among others include Outstanding high school (SMALB), the Salafiah boarding schools, middle school, and the school of Christian Theology Seminaries that kesederajatannya is defined by the Department of education and culture of Kabupaten/Kota Religious Ministry Office or district/city based on the provisions of the legislation.
(3) the requirements referred to in article 12 of the letter g is excluded for those who are convicted to jail for political reasons and did not meet the requirements of all applicable are cumulative: a. not apply to public office are chosen (elected officials);

b. apply a limited period of time only 5 (five) years since the convicted person finished undergoing punishment;
c. excluded for former convict who openly and honestly expressed publicly that concerned the former convict; d. not as perpetrators of the crime over and over again.
(4) the requirements referred to in article 12 the letter h is not intended to restrict the rights of disabled citizens who have the ability to carry out his duties as a member of the DPD.
Article 14

(1) the lowest education eligibility finished high school, madrasah aliyah, vocational high school, MAK, or other equal education as stipulated in article 12 letter e and article 13 paragraph (2), mandatory: a. attach photocopy of diplomas/STTB which legalized by the head of the education unit/school that issued the diploma/STTB concerned; or b. a photocopy of the certificate replacement berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/a STTB legalized by the head of the education unit/school that issued the diploma/STTB concerned; or c. photocopying affidavits educated equal ADMIN, as evidenced by photocopies of diplomas/STTB which legalized by the head of Department of education and culture or the Head Office of the Ministry of Religion Kabupaten/Kota in the school area.
(2) if the school is defunct or closed, passage of photocopying a diploma/certificate STTB and substitute the berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB legalized by the head of Department of culture and education district/city or head office of the Ministry of Religion Kabupaten/Kota referred to the school places once stood.
(3) If a diploma/STTB prospective candidates and other things because something can't be found or lost/destroyed, prospective candidates are obligated to include a photocopy of the certificate replacement berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/a STTB legalized by the head of the education unit/school that issued the diploma/STTB is concerned.
(4) If a diploma/STTB prospective candidates and other things because something can't be found or lost/destroyed, while the school where the candidate attends a defunct or renamed or have merged with other schools with the name of the new school, prospective candidates are obligated to include a photocopy of the certificate replacement berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB issued and legalized by the head of Department of culture and education district/city or head office of the Ministry of Religion Kabupaten/Kota referred to the school places once stood.
(5) a photocopy of a diploma Endorsement/STTB obtained from Indonesia schools abroad is done by the head of school concerned and/or the Director General of the management of primary and secondary education of the Ministry of education and culture.
(6) a photocopy of a diploma Endorsement/STTB obtained from foreign schools in Indonesia and international schools conducted by the principal in question and/or the Director General of the management of primary and secondary education of the Ministry of education and culture.
(7) a photocopy of a document upon Confirmation of diplomas/certificates/diplomas obtained from the schools of other countries carried out by the Director General of the management of primary and secondary education, the Ministry of education and culture.
(8) a photocopy of a diploma Endorsement/STTB, syahadah accredited education unit, certificates, and other affidavits outlining the graduation from a unit of education or a recognized education program graduation education unit equal to the rank of secondary education, are included in this category are other affidavits explained that someone was hired as a teacher or lecturer based on his expertise in accordance with the provisions of the regulations, made by the head of school or head of Department of culture and education district/city or head office of the Ministry of Religion Kabupaten/Kota.
(9) If a unit of education/school that issued the diploma/STTB SMALB defunct or closed, passage of photocopying a diploma/certificate SMALB STTB, substitute the berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB SMALB published by the head of the provincial Department of education and culture are concerned.
(10) If there is a complaint or report about the invalidity of diploma/certificate or a STTB berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB in any or all levels of education, the authority to follow up on the top of the report submitted to Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province and Kabupaten/Kota to the police, to the publication of the Court decision which has acquired permanent legal force.
(11) If the Court decision referred to in subsection (10) has acquired the force of law, the validity of the diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB used prospective candidates at the time of the submission of prospective candidates, was declared ineligible.
(12) The head of the education unit/school or head of the Department of education and culture of Kabupaten/Kota responsible and ensure that the recipients of a substitute certificate berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB, never received a diploma/STTB originating from a unit of education/school concerned.
Article 15 for education Madrasah Aliyah/Mak or equal, education eligibility determined: a. endorsement of photocopying a diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB conducted by school/unit of Islamic religious education in the environment of the Ministry of Religion that issued the diploma/STTB.
b. In school/unit of Islamic religious education in the environment of the Ministry of Religion that issued the diploma/STTB does not operate or shut down, the endorsement of photocopying a diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB on Islamic religious education in the environment of the Ministry of Religion done by the Head Office of the Ministry of Religion Kabupaten/Kota.
c. In school/unit of Islamic religious education in the environment of the Ministry of Religion that issued the diploma/STTB switch the status of the school/unit of Islamic religious education in the Ministry of environment organized by Religious communities be the school/educational unit in the Ministry of environment organized by Religion governments based on the provisions of the legislation, passage of photocopying a diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB performed by principal/unit of Islamic religious education in the environment of the Ministry of religion that has been switch status.
d. Attestation photocopying documents a STTB/diplomas obtained from the Islamic education units from other countries, carried out by the Director General or directors of the authorities at the Ministry of religion.
e. Endorsement photocopying diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB at school/unit of Islamic religious education in the environment of the Ministry of religion that are domiciled outside the province in which the diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB issued, can be carried out by the Director in the Ministry of Religious authorities or the head of the local regional Office of the Ministry of Religion.
Article 16 (1) when the prospective candidates include a history of education in upper secondary school or equivalent, mandatory include: a. photocopying college diplomas the country legalized by the Dean of Faculty/course of study in question or by the leadership of the universities concerned; or b.  photocopying a private college diploma legalized by the leadership of the private colleges are concerned.
(2) if the universities or private places prospective candidates studied have been renamed as referred to in paragraph (1), legalization is carried out by universities or private.
(3) if the private colleges place prospective candidates enrolled does not operate again as intended in paragraph (1) letter b, legalization is carried out by Private Colleges Coordinator (KOPERTIS)/Coordinator for a private Religious College (KOPERTIS) private colleges in the region.
(4) prospective candidates who deliver the photocopy of diplomas above the high school or the equivalent as referred to in paragraph (1), remain obligated to deliver the photocopy of diploma/certificate or substitute STTB which berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/high school STTB or equal and has been legalized by the competent authority.
Article 17 (1) fulfillment of the terms referred to article 12 of the letter k is evidenced by the Decree of dismissal that is authorized by the competent authority upon the petition for the resignation of the head of the region, Deputy Head of the area, a civil servant, a member of the Indonesia national army, members of the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees, and employees at State-owned enterprises and/or owned enterprises areas, as well as other agencies.
(2) in case the decision letter of dismissal referred to in subsection (1) has not been published, the resignation of prospective candidates in question was proven by affidavits signed by direct superiors describing prospective candidates has given the approval of the resignation of prospective candidates in question and stated will process further to the publication of the decision of dismissal by the competent authority.
(3) a decision of dismissal issued by the competent authority as referred to in paragraph (1), must be submitted to the ELECTION COMMISSION or in the Province during the repair period on DCS.
(4) the head of the region, Deputy Head of the region, civil servant, a member of the Indonesia national army, members of the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees, and employees at State-owned enterprises and/or owned enterprises areas, as well as other agencies who resigned as referred to in paragraph (1), no longer have status with rights and those powers since the concerned designated as candidate in the DCT DPD.
CHAPTER III PROCEDURES for the REGISTRATION of PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES is considered Part of registration Article 18 Individuals who meet the requirements referred to in article 7 and article 11 can be registered as prospective candidates DPD to the ELECTION COMMISSION through the Province.


Article 19 for the purposes of the nomination of DPD, prospective candidates appoint and assign 2 (two) who served as a liaison between prospective candidates with the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the ELECTION COMMISSION of the province, Kabupaten/Kota.

Article 20 (1) of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION announced the registration of prospective candidates DPD through print and electronic media in the local (day) for 3 days.
(2) registration of prospective candidates DPD is made at an Office of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION concerned during the fourteen (14) days, counted since the first day the announcement of registration referred to in subsection (1).
(3) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION accepted the registration of prospective candidates DPD as referred to paragraph (2), from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. local time.
(4) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION are not allowed to accept the requirements of prospective candidates and file the terms of prospective candidates when the registration deadline had passed, as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2). (5) the registration of prospective candidates is only done once at the time of registration referred to in subsection (1).
(6) In the submission of prospective candidates DPD as referred to in paragraph (2), the nominated contact officer entering data into digital discs, print the form and submit to the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION.
Article 21 registration of prospective candidates in the DPD, the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION in charge: a. receive the document requirements of election participants and requirements of prospective candidates (Model F up to F-12);

b. receiving digital discs containing the data of election participants and requirements the requirements of prospective candidates;
c. Noting with the complete and obvious in the registration book of the day: 1) and the date and time of receipt of the document requirements of the participants of the election and the requirements of the prospective candidates;

2) full name and Office of the nominated contact officer based on the credentials passed by the prospective candidates;

3) address, telephone number, facsimile number, and email address;

4) number and type of participants requirements document requirements of prospective candidates and elections.
d. provide a token receipt registration prospective candidates DPD members, provided that the receipt is not proof of Election participants become members of DPD.
The second part of the completeness Condition prospective candidates individual registration Documents section 22 Election participants DPD as prospective candidates DPD as stipulated in article 21 letter a, consisting of: a. a letter of nomination signed by prospective candidates DPD (Model F-DPD);
b. waiver has a number of supporters in the province concerned and spread over at least 50% (fifty percent) of the total number of districts/cities in the province, enclosed with a roster of supporters that includes the signature and/or stamp of the thumb fingers of supporters, as well as photocopying card sign residents each supporter (Model F1-DPD);
c. photocopying Card (KTP) Resident citizen of Indonesia and passports for prospective candidates residing abroad.
d. an affidavit stating that the status of prospective candidates is a LEGITIMATE CHILD(REN) who have even 21 years or more, the pious to God Almighty, capable of speech, reading and writing in the Indonesian Language and loyal to Pancasila as the Foundation of the State, the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, and the ideals of Proclamation 17 August 1945 (models F2-DPD).
e. a photocopy of a diploma/certificate, STTB berpenghargaan equal to a diploma/STTB, syahadah, certificate, or other certificate legalized by the school/education unit or head of Department of culture and education district/city or head of Department of education and culture of the province or the Head Office of the Ministry of Religion Kabupaten/Kota.
f. affidavit certifying that prospective candidates were never convicted to imprisonment based on the Court ruling which has gained force of law remains for committing a criminal offence who were threatened with imprisonment of 5 years or (Model F3-DPD).
g. Letter from the head of the correctional facility who explained that prospective candidates concerned has finished undergoing imprisonment based on the Court ruling which has gained force of law remains for committing a criminal offence who were threatened with imprisonment of 5 years or more, which is signed with a signature/wet by the head of the correctional facility as well as a wet stamp (Model F4-DPD) enclosed: 1. a statement that the letter in question ex-convict and evidence of newspapers containing the statement.

2. the affidavits police records is not the perpetrator of the crime over and over again. h. affidavits healthy physical and spiritual as well as drug-free clinics or doctors from a government hospital.
i. evidence have been registered as voters who signed with original signature/wet by the Chairman of the PPS and PPS wet cap.
j. an affidavit stating that the prospective candidates willing to work full time when elected to the DPD (Model F5-DPD).
k. statement of resignation that can not be pulled back for: 1. the head of the region, Deputy Head of the region, civil servants, members of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES, police, members of the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees and employees at STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES and/or LOCAL GOVERNMENT as well as a sysop on another agency's budget comes from State finances (Model F6-DPD). 2. The organizer of the election, the Election Committee, and DKPP (Model F7-DPD).

3. The village chief and Councilor (Model F8-DPD).
b.  the affidavit stated that prospective candidates be willing not to practise as public accountants, advocate/solicitor, notary public, BEING or doing the work of providers of goods and services related to the finances of the State as well as other jobs that may give rise to a conflict of interest (Model F9-DPD).
m. affidavit certifying that prospective candidates be willing not to concurrently served as officials of other countries, the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees and employees at STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES and/or LOCAL as well as other agencies that the budget is predicated on the finances of the State (models F10-DPD).
n. affidavit willingness to nominate only one (1) representative institutions and for one (1) election region) (Model F11-DPD); o. list of publications containing the Declaration willing/not ready for publication (Model F12-DPD).

p. the latest prospective candidates photo, size 4 x 6 as much as 5 (five) pieces and softfile.

Article 23 (1) a letter of nomination and an affidavit referred to in section 22 is signed with a signature/wet by prospective candidates on paper quite legal.
(2) the certificate referred to in Article 22, signed original/wet by the competent authority as well as the wet cap emblazoned.
(3) the nomination Letter and document the requirements of prospective candidates as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) made in 3 (three) cluster, provided: a. one (1) original; and b. 2 (two) the legalized photocopy duplicate.
(4) every duplicate documents referred to subsection (3), included in a separate folder or place and written with the capital letter full name prospective candidates DPD as well as the name of the province it represents.
(5) a copy of a letter of nomination and endorsement of the affidavit referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), labelled the signature and stamp of wet from prospective candidates.
(6) the endorsement of a copy of the certificate referred to in subsection (3) is signed by an authorized officer's signature and stamp wet as well as a copy of legalised/authenticated by the competent authority.
Article 24 (1) the number and names of supporters scattered in at least 50% (fifty percent) of the total number of kabupaten/kota referred to in section 22, the letter b is arranged for each kabupaten/kota that are detailed for each of the districts and villages.
(2) the order of the names of supporters for each subdistrict are detailed for each villages referred to in subsection (1), signed by the prospective candidates DPD on paper quite legal.
Article 25 (1) proof of the decision of dismissal of prospective candidates from the competent authority referred to in Article 22 of the letter k number 1 and number 3, must be submitted to the Election Commission, the provincial and the Kabupaten/Kota slowest during the repair of the DCS.
(2) the evidence a decision of dismissal of prospective candidates from the competent authority referred to in Article 22 of the letter k number 2, shall be issued by the competent authority before the registration period.
Article 26 the DPD prospective candidates residing abroad, in addition to delivering photocopy Card Sign inhabitants (KTP) Citizens of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in article 22 of the letter c, also submit affidavits from the Republic of Indonesia representative office in the country.

Article 27 in the case has not yet been registered as electors referred to in section 22 of the letter i, letter replaced with register as electors of the Chairman of the PPS.

Article 28 (1) any duplicate document names list supporters and photocopying card supporting each resident as stipulated in article 23, paragraph (3) was compiled for each kabupaten/kota detailed for each and every detailed sub sub for each village/kelurahan.
(2) a document listing the names of supporters of prospective candidates DPD and photocopying card sign residents each supporter referred to subsection (1) are included in the folder/box apart, and set its placement so that it can be recognized for supporting the distribution of each kabupaten/kota, kecamatan each and every villages.
CHAPTER IV VERIFICATION Verification is considered part of the Administrative REQUIREMENTS of article 29 (1) Verifying eligibility prospective candidates DPD includes the Administration and verification of factual verification.
(2) Verify the administration requirements of prospective candidates DPD as referred to in paragraph (1), implemented by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION.
(3) verification of factual requirements of prospective candidates DPD as referred to in paragraph (1), implemented by the district/city.
Article 30

(1) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION carry out verification against completeness and/or the validity of the registration document and the requirements of the prospective candidates DPD.
(2) the Registration Document prospective candidates DPD referred to subsection (1) who turns out to be incomplete, returned to the prospective candidates DPD.
(3) prospective candidates DPD who take incomplete files as referred to in paragraph (2), are given the opportunity to complete and sign up back in the period of the registration.
Article 31 (1) of the administration of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION by the Verification includes the verification of the truth and validity of documents: a. the registration of prospective candidates DPD signed by prospective candidates DPD are concerned as referred to in article 23; b. certificate and/or a waiver as referred to in article 23; and c.  the number of voter support as referred to in article 7.
(2) the verification of the administration by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION as referred to in paragraph (1), conducted during 10 (ten) days counted since the end of the registration announcement.
Article 32 (1) the verification of the Administration against the terms of the support voters conducted by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION with the authenticate the number of voter support in the province and its spread, according to the County/city in the province is concerned, as well as a matching list of names of supporters of voters with a photocopy of the card alerts electors supporting residents asked prospective candidates DPD.
(2) in the event of discrepancies between the list of names found supporting voters with a photocopy of the card, the population sign support prospective candidates DPD was declared ineligible.
(3) in the event that found evidence of false data or data that is inadvertently duplicated by prospective candidates DPD associated with minimal support requirements document selector, prospective candidates DPD is a reduction in the number of voter support as many as 50 (fifty) times the findings are evidence of false data or data that is duplicated.
Article 33 (1) of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION compiled a News Event the results of the verification of the completeness of the Administration (Model F13-DPD) and convey to prospective candidates DPD most 2 (two) days from the expiration of the administrative verification.
(2) prospective candidates DPD members are given the opportunity to correct and/or supplement the administrative eligibility referred to in subsection (1) during 10 (ten) days during repair.
(3) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION to verify completeness and/or the validity of the administrative eligibility prospective candidates DPD results improvements referred to in paragraph (4) were made during 7 (seven) days during the verification of the completeness of the fixes against the administration.
(4) in the event that still found incompleteness and/or invalidity document in its verification of the result improvement referred to in subsection (5), prospective candidates DPD in question expressed did not qualify as a candidate for the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION by DPD.
Article 34 (1) the administrative verification Results against eligibility prospective candidates DPD, by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION made the news event that signed the Chairman and members of the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION.
(2) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION delivered a news event as referred to in paragraph (1) to the ELECTION COMMISSION and the prospective candidates DPD most 2 (two) days from the expiration of verification.
(3) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION submitting the names of prospective candidates DPD eligible administration along with the names of the proponents of prospective candidates DPD who became a sample to the Kabupaten/Kota to do factual verification of not longer than 2 (two) days from the expiration of the administrative verification.
The second part Factual Verification of article 35 (1) the administrative research results to the truth the number of voter support as referred to in article 32 and article 34 paragraph (3), used as the basis for sampling by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION to conduct a factual verifiksi.
(2) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION classifies the names of prospective candidates voters supporting DPD based on origin of kabupaten/kota.
Article 36 the fulfillment of the terms of the support voters prospective candidates DPD is carried out using the method of random sampling stratification that is by taking a sample of 10% (ten percent) of the amount of support administration verification results as stipulated in article 35.

Article 37 (1) random sampling of 10% (ten percent) as stipulated in article 36, performed by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION provided: a. determine the quantity of samples as much as 10% (ten per cent of the amount of the support voters in each district/city.

b. If in the determination of a quantity of the sample yields a fractional digits 0.5 or more done rounding up.
c. Determine the sample interval to determine the samples will be resulted by way of dividing the population by the number of samples.
d. Determine the initial sample by way of doing the draw initial number starting from number 1 to number 20 of the list of voters ' support in each kabupaten/kota as initial sampling number name of the proponent to be verified factual.
e. determine the numbers sort name supporters be verified factual starting number name sequential sample results supporting the early interval multiples of the sample as referred to in the letter d till filled supporters as much as 10% (ten per cent of the population of supporters in each kabupaten/kota.
(2) calculation example of sampling interval, the determination of samples, and sampling proponents name as referred to in paragraph (1), attached in annex II to this regulation.
Article 38 (1) of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION delivered the names of prospective candidates DPD with names of supporters of sampling results to be verified as stipulated in article 37, to the Kabupaten/Kota.
(2) the names of supporters of sampling results referred to in paragraph (1), poured in a news event that is signed by the Chairman and members of the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION.
(3) the district/city do factual verification of the names of supporters as referred to in paragraph (2), to do some checking about the truth of the support of names of supporters of prospective candidates DPD. (4) in case supporters of prospective candidates DPD States does not endorse, make any representations in writing.
(5) the district/city do factual verification as referred to in paragraph (3), during 14 (fourteen) days from receipt of the names of supporters from the provinces.
Article 39 (1) the district/city news event the results of the verification of factual (F14 Model-DPD) and delivered to the Province.
(2) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION after receiving the results of the verification of the factual from the Kabupaten/Kota referred to in subsection (1), promptly convey to prospective candidates DPD for 2 (two) days from the receipt of the results of the verification of factual by the district/city for repair.
(3) a chance to improve the terms of the support voters found untrue, and pass back the results of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION to repair as mentioned in subsection (2), carried out the longest 10 (ten) days from the receipt of the notice of ELECTION COMMISSION of the province.
(4) fix the support voters as referred to in paragraph (3), at least a number of minimum conditions of the support referred to legislation.
(5) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION verifying the repair terms of minimal support and take back a random 10% (ten percent) of the list of names of voters supporting the results of repair, and convey to the Kabupaten/Kota to factual verification.
Article 40 (1) the district/city do factual verification results of improvement to the name of supporters as stipulated in article 39 paragraph (5).
(2) the County/City to factual verification event results news improvements and deliver to the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION and prospective candidates DPD.
Article 41 (1) of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION conducts research get back against the factual verification results from the Kabupaten/Kota referred to in article 40, by calculating the number of voters supporting the eligible voter support and unqualified support of voters in the province as well as its at the kabupaten/kota in the province concerned.
(2) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION conduct research toward fulfillment of terms of support prospective candidates DPD by way of multiplying the total number of eligible voters supporting at the kabupaten/kota in the province concerned with number 10 (ten).
(3) in case the results of the multiplication referred to in subsection (2) are eligible for a minimum of support in the province concerned, Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION declare the prospective candidates DPD qualify.
Article 42 (1) of the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION convenes plenary open recap of the results of the verification of the Administration and the factual support of voters as referred to in article 41.
(2) the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION compiled a news event recap of the results of the verification of administrative and factual (Model F15-DPD) and deliver to the ELECTION COMMISSION and the prospective candidates DPD most 2 (two) days.
Article 43 (1) ELECTION COMMISSION do research on news the event recap of the results of the verification of the Administration factual verification and prospective candidates DPD from each province for 10 (ten) from the receipt of the news of the event recap of the results of administrative factual verification and verification by the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION.
(2) the results of the examination referred to in subsection (1), used as material for the determination of individual participants for each DPD Election province by the ELECTION COMMISSION.
(3) the results of the examination referred to in subsection (2), poured in the news events that are signed by the Chairman and members of the ELECTION COMMISSION.
Chapter V PREPARATION of the LIST of CANDIDATES and the CANDIDATE LIST WHILE STILL part of the Union list of Candidates While Article 44 (1) ELECTION COMMISSION compiled the names of prospective candidates DPD qualifies as stipulated in article 43 using the form DCS DPD for each province based on the alphabetical names of prospective members of the DPD.

(2) the composition of the DCS DPD as referred to in paragraph (1) contains a photo yourself prospective candidates DPD latest and full name prospective candidates DPD.
(3) the list of candidates while DPD arranged as referred to in paragraph (3) to be duplicated as needed for the purposes of the determination of the DCS DPD. (4) the list of candidates while referred to in subsection (1) is signed by the Chairman and members of the ELECTION COMMISSION.

Article 45 preparation of DCS DPD as stipulated in article 44, performed during 7 (seven) days after the end of the fixing of the prospective candidates DPD.

Article 46 (1) ELECTION COMMISSION doubles the DCS DPD already signed as stipulated in article 44 paragraph (4) for the purposes of announcements and publications through the mass media that the amount set by the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION.
(2) the list of candidates while DPD published at least in one national daily print media and electronic media national, 1 (one) of the print media in the province and the electronic mass media in the province, and other announcements to get means of input and/or community responses.
(3) the list of candidates while DPD posted at each kabupaten/kota in the provinces concerned, with paste it in places that are easy to see and reach the community to get feedback and/or broader community input.
(4) the provincial and the Kabupaten/Kota help deployment announcement list candidates while the DPD in each area.
Article 47 (1) the announcement of the list of candidates while DPD elections in 2014 as stipulated in article 46 paragraph (2), the longest of three (3) days after the end of the preparation of DCS DPD.
(2) input and/or responses masyaraakat as stipulated in article 46 paragraph (2) is submitted to the ELECTION COMMISSION or the ELECTION COMMISSION can be through the provincial and the Kabupaten/Kota longest 10 (ten) days from the DCS DPD announced.
(3) input and/or community response against the contents of the list of candidates while DPD sebagiamana referred to in paragraph (2) deals with the administrative requirements of DPD candidates submitted in writing to ELECTION COMMISSION or can be submitted to the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION or ELECTION COMMISSION Kabupaten/Kota with proof of identity.
(4) the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the ELECTION COMMISSION of the province, Kabupaten/Kota asking for clarification to the prospective candidates DPD over the input and/or responses of the community as referred to in paragraph (3) the longest 7 (seven) days from the expiration of the input and/or community responses.
Article 48 (1) DCS DPD as stipulated in article 47, may change if: a. the existence of feedback and responses from the public related to not satisfy the terms of administration and/or factual;

b. the candidate dies;

c. the candidate withdrew. (2) change the DCS DPD as referred to in paragraph (1) was conducted by the ELECTION COMMISSION in the order.

The second part of the list of Nominees Remain Article 49 (1) ELECTION COMMISSION compiled a DCT DPD by using form DCT DPD for each province based on the alphabetical names of prospective members of the DPD.
(2) a list of the candidates remain the DPD as referred to in subsection (1) comes from the DCS DPD who have got input and/or community response, as well as a clarification has been made to the prospective candidates DPD are concerned.
(3) the order of the list of nominees remains the DPD as referred to in paragraph (1) contains a photo of myself and the latest DPD candidate full name bakkal DPD candidates are arranged alphabetically.
Article 50 (1) the preparation and determination of DCT DPD as stipulated in article 49 paragraph (3) was carried out in the plenary meeting of the ELECTION COMMISSION.
(2) a list of the candidates remain the DPD as referred to in paragraph (1), duplicated as needed for the purposes of the determination of the DCT DPD. (3) list of nominees remains as intended in paragraph (1) was signed by the Chairman and members of the ELECTION COMMISSION.

Article 51 the preparation of DCT DPD as stipulated in article 50, performed during 7 (seven) days after the determination of the members of the DPD.

Article 52 (1) ELECTION COMMISSION doubles the DCT DPD already signed as stipulated in article 50, paragraph (3) for the purposes of announcements and publications through the mass media that the amount set by the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION.
(2) list of nominees remain DPD published by ELECTION COMMISSION at least one (1) national daily print media and electronic media national, 1 (one) of the print media in the province and of the electronic mass media in the province, as well as through other announcements.
(3) list of nominees remain DPD posted at each kabupaten/kota in the provinces concerned, with paste it in places that are easy to see and/or to reach the community.
(4) the announcement of the list of nominees remain DPD as referred to in paragraph (2), conducted during 3 (three) days from the end of the preparation of a list of prospective permanent members of DPD.
Article 53 (1) in the case of the alleged forgery occurred have found documents or use of false documents in the administrative requirements of prospective candidates DPD, ELECTION COMMISSION and/or the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION coordinating with State police of the Republic of Indonesia to follow up in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (2) the coordination referred to in paragraph (1) is submitted to the Province for Bawaslu Bawaslu and acted upon.

Article 54 (1) the Court ruling which has acquired permanent legal force that States that the prospective candidates DPD is not proven to do criminal counterfeiting documents and/or the use of false documents in the Court of session, after the ELECTION COMMISSION set the DPD DCT, DCT do not affect members of DPD.
(2) the Court ruling which has acquired permanent legal force that States that the prospective candidates DPD proved to do criminal counterfeiting documents and/or the use of false documents in the Court of session, after the ELECTION COMMISSION set the DCT DPD, prospective candidates in question were declared ineligible candidates.
(3) the Court ruling which has acquired permanent legal force that States that the prospective candidates DPD proved to do criminal counterfeiting documents and/or the use of false documents in the Court of session, before the ELECTION COMMISSION set the DCT DPD, prospective candidates in question were declared ineligible candidates and are not listed in the DPD DCT.
Article 55 (1) in the event that the candidate died or proved to do criminal acts of counterfeiting documents and/or the use of a false document is declared ineligible based on the Court ruling, consisting of a fixed law, ELECTION COMMISSION compiled a News event and published changes to the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION about the determination of the DCT DPD.
(2) the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION as referred to in subsection (1) is amended by deleting the name of the candidate in question without changing the ordinal number of candidates.
CHAPTER VI DISPUTES ELECTION Article 56 (1) of the election Dispute was a dispute going on prospective candidates DPD with ELECTION COMMISSION as a result of the promulgation of the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION regarding the determination of the DCT DPD.
(2) Disputes the election referred to in subsection (1) with regard to the DCT DPD completed first by Bawaslu conversationally and consensus as stipulated in article 258 Article 259 and legislation.
Article 57 (1) in the event of a dispute relating to the election of DCT DPD cannot be solved in Bawaslu as stipulated in article 56, the prospective candidates DPD who feel their interests harmed by the decision of the Election Commission, can file a lawsuit to the State Administrative High Court.
(2) the filing of a lawsuit over the State's Election disputes as referred to in paragraph (1) to the State administrative High Court after administrative efforts throughout Bawaslu has been used.
(3) the filing of a lawsuit over the State's Election disputes as referred to in paragraph (2) do the longest 3 (three) business days after the issuance of Decision Bawaslu.
(4) When filing the lawsuit referred to in subsection (3) is less complete, the plaintiff can improve and complement the longest suit 3 (three) working days since receipt of the lawsuit by the State administrative High Court.
(5) the State administrative High Court review and break the lawsuit referred to in subsection (4) the longest 21 (twenty one) days of work since the lawsuit was declared complete.
Article 58 (1) the parties may file an appeal to the Supreme Court, if it can not receive or carry out the ruling of the High Court of The State as referred to in article 57 subsection (5).
(2) the petition for Cassation referred to in subsection (1) do the longest 7 (seven) working days since the ruling of the High Court of the State as referred to in article 57 subsection (5).
(3) the Supreme Court gives a mandatory ruling over the petition for Cassation referred to in subsection (2) is the longest 30 (thirty) working days since the application for appeal is received.
(4) the verdict of the Supreme Court referred to in subsection (3) is final and binding and no other remedy can be made.
(5) the ELECTION COMMISSION is obligated to follow through on the ruling of the High Court of the State as referred to in article 57 subsection (5) or a court ruling as referred to in paragraph (4), the longest 7 (seven) working days.
Article 59 (1) ruling of the High Court of the State or the ruling of the Supreme Court as stipulated in article 58 paragraph (5) that had the force of law still grant the petition for prospective candidates DPD, implemented by the ELECTION COMMISSION with the listing back prospective candidates concerned in DCT DPD.

(2) Numbers sort prospective candidates DPD originally replaced the numbers sort prospective candidates as referred to in paragraph (1), and has been listed in the DPD DCT, adjusted to include the back number sort prospective candidates DPD in DCT DPD originally numbered urutnya replaced.
CHAPTER VII MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Article 60 (1) list of Nominees Remain DPD has announced as referred to in article 52, the subject of ELECTION COMMISSION for the preparation and procurement of ballots and Election form DPD in each province.
(2) list of nominees remain DPD for each province is duplicated by the ELECTION COMMISSION and the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION, for the purposes of voting and counting of votes at polling stations.
Article 61 (1) candidate Chief Deputy Chief of the area or areas that have been set by the Province or district/city ELECTION COMMISSION as a candidate in the election of regional Heads and Deputy Heads of regional, cannot stand as prospective candidates DPD. (2) prospective candidates DPD as referred to in paragraph (1) be declared ineligible.

Article 62 (1) Form for the purposes of the nomination of DPD retrieved from softcopy given by the Province to prospective candidates DPD.
(2) type and sample forms for the purposes of the nomination of DPD is referred to in Annex I to this regulation, and is the part that is an integral part of this regulation.
Article 63 (1) for the efficiency and effectiveness of the verification document eligibility prospective candidates filing and eligibility prospective candidates DPD, the ELECTION COMMISSION can benefit from the means of information technology and can be held with the cooperation of agencies/institutions who have the necessary technology skills.
(2) the mechanisms of uptake, charging and printing forms nominating members of the DPD by using the means of nomination information provided was done by prospective candidates DPD.
Article 64 to help the smooth implementation of the nomination of members of the DPD as referred to in this rule, the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the ELECTION COMMISSION of the province, Kabupaten/Kota were each able to form a working group consisting of the elements of the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION//district/city ELECTION COMMISSION, and other relevant agencies.

CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 65 With enactment of this legislation, the Electoral Commission Regulation No. 13 in 2008 about the verification procedures of technical guidelines, verification, determination of an individual's Candidacy, and the participants of the election, members of the regional representative Council, revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 66 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on 9 March 2013, ELECTORAL COMMISSION CHAIRMAN HUSNI KAMIL BEAD Enacted in Jakarta on 11 March 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn406-2013 fnFooter ();