Government Regulation Number 40 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 40 Tahun 2013

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Back COUNTRY GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 5419 health. Narcotics. The use of. Ban. Rules Of Practice. (State Gazette of the Republic of explanation for Indonesia by 2013 the number 96)

EXPLANATION of GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 40 by 2013 on the IMPLEMENTATION of Act No. 35 of 2009 ABOUT NARCOTICS I.   The GENERAL Narcotics is a substance or medication that can cause a decrease, changes of consciousness, decreased or loss of pain, as well as cause dependence for its users. Therefore, if abused or use of Narcotic Drugs not in accordance with the standard treatment, can lead to a result that is very detrimental to everyone and society as well as cultural values of the nation which will ultimately weaken national resilience.

However, if the use of narcotic drugs is carried out in accordance with the standards, procedures, and size or doses that are allowed as well as through strict supervision of a physician or an authorized officer then Narcotics can be beneficial in the field of medical or medicine, as well as the development of science and technology.

The Government in implementing the prevention and eradication of abuse and illicit traffic in Narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs, the medical and social rehabilitation, and the granting of the premiums for the community members who have been instrumental in revealing the existence of the crime of narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs, need to be given the legal basis governing the handling mechanisms against such activities.

This regulation is a further arrangement over the provisions of article 32, article 62 Article 89, paragraph (2), article 90 paragraph (2), article 94, article 100 paragraph (2), and article 101 paragraph (4) of Act No. 35 of 2009 about narcotics. The intent of setting some of the provisions of these articles into a single government regulation is to create efficiencies and create legislation that provides ease for law enforcement officers and the public in the exercise of the duties, functions, and authorities as well as in the conduct of a comprehensive understanding of the material against the charges contained in this Regulation.

The subject matter provided for in this Regulation, comprising: a. transito Narcotics;

b. coaching and supervision;

c. the terms and procedures for storage, security and supervision of goods confiscated;

d. the terms and procedures for taking and testing samples in laboratory;

e. the terms and procedures for the surrender and destruction of goods confiscated;
f. procedures for protection by the State against the witness, complainant, investigator, Prosecutor and judge that checks the matter the crime of narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs, laboratory experts and officers and their families;
g. the use of the property or assets gained from crime proceeds of narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs, and the criminal offence of money laundering from criminal acts of Narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs.
II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear.
Article 2 is quite clear.
Article 3 is quite clear.
Article 4 paragraph (1) is quite clear.
Subsection (2) is the “ certain circumstances ” example happened circumstances force (force majeur situations) so as to do a change of the country of destination.
Paragraph (3) is quite clear.
Article 5 is quite clear.
Article 6 is quite clear.
Article 7 is quite clear.
Article 8 is quite clear.
Article 9 is quite clear.
Article 10 is quite clear.
Article 11 is quite clear.
Article 12 is quite clear.
Chapter 13 is quite clear.
Article 14 is quite clear.
Article 15 is quite clear.
Article 16 is quite clear.
Article 17 is clear enough.
Article 18 is quite clear.
Article 19 is quite clear.
Article 20 paragraph (1) is a special place that “ ” is a safe storage place and separate from other storage.
Subsection (2) is quite clear.
Clause 21 is quite clear.
Section 22 is quite clear.
Article 23 is quite clear.
Article 24 is quite clear.
Article 25 is quite clear.
Article 26 subsection (1) is quite clear.
Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear.
The letter b does not already meet the requirements “ ” among other things due to daluwarsa.
Paragraph (3) is quite clear.
Article 27 paragraph (1) is quite clear.
Subsection (2) is quite clear.
Paragraph (2) letter a is Narcotic plants “ ”, among others, roots, stems, leaves, fruit, flowers, gum, straw, and seeds.
The letter b is quite clear.
The letter c is quite clear.
Subsection (4) is quite clear.
Article 28 is quite clear.
Article 29 is pretty clear.
Article 30 paragraph (1) the Destruction is conducted through the burning must be done thoroughly and ensured that in the combustion results already does not contain narcotics.
Subsection (2) is quite clear.
Article 31 is quite clear.
Article 32 is quite clear.
Article 33 is quite clear.
Article 34 is quite clear.
Article 35 is quite clear.
Article 36 is quite clear.
Article 37 is clear enough.
Article 38 is quite clear.
Article 39 is quite clear.
Article 40 is quite clear.
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Article 43 is quite clear.
Article 44 is quite clear.
Article 45 is quite clear.
Article 46 paragraph (1) is quite clear.
Subsection (2) is the “ ministries/related agencies ” among others the Ministry of law and human rights, Ministry of health, the social Ministry, the Attorney General, the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, BNN, and the food and drug Supervisory Agency.
Paragraph (3) of the Republic of Indonesia national police, the Attorney General, BNN, and Drug and food Supervisory Agency for example in order for the prevention and eradication of abuse and illicit traffic in Narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs as well as the granting of a premium to community members who have been instrumental in revealing the existence of the crime of narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs.

Ministry of Justice and human rights, Ministry of health, and Social Ministries for example in order for the medical and social rehabilitation of addicts against narcotics.
Article 47 is quite clear.
Article 48 is quite clear.
Article 49 is quite clear.
Article 50 is quite clear.
Article 51 is clear enough.
Article 52 is quite clear.
Article 53 is quite clear.
Article 54 is quite clear.
Article 55 is quite clear.
Article 56 is quite clear.
Article 57 is quite clear.
Article 58 is quite clear.
Article 59 is quite clear.
Article 60 sufficiently clear.
Article 61 is quite clear.
Article 62 is quite clear.
Article 63 is quite clear.
Article 64 is quite clear.
Article 65 is quite clear.
Article 66 is pretty clear. fnFooter ();