The General Election Commission Regulations No. 1 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 77, COMMISSION 2013 GENERAL ELECTION. The General Election Campaign. The guidelines.
The ELECTORAL COMMISSION REGULATION number 01 2013 on GUIDELINES IMPLEMENTATION of ELECTION CAMPAIGNS of MEMBERS of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, the REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL, and the REGIONAL HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY, the ELECTION COMMISSION is Considering: a. that every citizen has the right to obtain adequate information about the vision, mission and information about members of the House of representatives, regional representative Council and Regional Representatives through the election campaign as a means of participation of citizens;
b. that the campaign monologis tend to create relations that are symbolic among the citizens with the members of the House of representatives, regional representative Council and Representatives of the region, which resulted in the voters don't know the candidates well chosen;
c. that in order to implement Article 85 paragraph (1), article 87 paragraph (3), article 101 Article 102, paragraph (5) of law No. 8 year 2012 general election of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, Representatives of the region, the need to set guidelines for the implementation of the campaign in the conduct of the Election of members of the House of representatives, the House of representatives and the House of representatives of the regional Area;
d. that based on such matters on the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, and the need to establish the Electoral Commission Rules about Campaign Implementation Guidelines. Election of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and the regional House of representatives;
Remember: 1. Act No. 40 of 1999 concerning the press (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 166 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3940);
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. 32 of 2002 on broadcasting (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 139 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4252);
4. Law number 11 Year 2008 of the information and electronic transactions (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 58 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4928);
5. Act No. 14 of 2008 about the openness of public information (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 61 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4846);
6. Act No. 2 of 2008 about the political parties, as amended by the Act of the Republic of Indonesia number 2 in 2011 about the change in the law number 2 of 2008 on political parties (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 8 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5189);
7. Act No. 12 year 2011 about the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5234);
8. Law number 15 year 2011 about organizers of Elections (State Gazette Number 101 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5246);
9. 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 of Indonesia Number 5316);
10. The Electoral Commission Regulation number 7 in 2012 about the Stage, Program and outline of organizing elections of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and the regional people's representative Council as amended by the General Election Commission Regulation number 11 in 2012, Election Commission Regulations No. 15 in 2012, and the Electoral Commission Regulation number 18 in 2012;
11. The Joint Electoral Commission Rules, the Supervisory Board of elections and Electoral Organisers Honor number 13 year 2012 year 2012, number 11 and number 1 in 2012 about Organizers of the elections code of ethics;

Notice: the plenary meeting of the ruling of the Electoral Commission January 10, 2013;

Decide: define: ELECTION COMMISSION REGULATIONS REGARDING IMPLEMENTATION of ELECTION CAMPAIGN GUIDELINES for MEMBERS of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, the REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL, and REPRESENTATIVES of the region.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation, the definition of: 1. The elections, hereinafter called the election, is a means of implementing the people's sovereignty is exercised directly, free, General, secret, honest, and fair within the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
2. 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. Election of members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and Representatives of the regional Election is to choose a member of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, Representatives of the Regional Representatives of the provinces and regions of kabupaten/kota in the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
4. the Electoral Commission, hereinafter abbreviated Election Commission, Election Organizers is an institution which is a national, independent and remain in charge of carrying out the election.
5. Electoral Commission provincial/Provincial independent Election Commission, hereinafter abbreviated ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Province, is in charge of Election Organisers carry out Elections in the province.
6. Electoral Districts/cities/Counties/independent Election Commission, hereinafter abbreviated City ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, is the organizer of the elections is in charge of carrying out the election in the district/city.
7. Election Committee Sub, hereinafter abbreviated RPC, is a Committee formed by the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota to carry out Election in district or another name.
8. The Committee vote, further abbreviated as PPK, is a Committee formed by the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota to carry out Elections in the village or the another name/village.
9. The Election Committee of Foreign Affairs, hereafter abbreviated PPLN, is a Committee formed by the ELECTION COMMISSION to administer Elections in foreign countries.
10. The Electoral Supervisory Body, hereinafter called Bawaslu, Election organizers is an institution that oversees the Organization of the Elections throughout the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia.
11. The provincial Election Watchdog Agency, hereafter Bawaslu province, is formed by a Bawaslu oversees the Organization of Elections in the province.
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 district/city.
13. The Committee of Trustees Election districts, hereinafter called the Committee, is a subdistrict of Panwaslu formed by Panwaslu Kabupaten/Kota that oversees conduct of the Election in district or another name.
14. Election of the officers of the field was formed by Panwaslu Sub-district overseeing organization of general elections in the village or the another name/village.
15. Election of the officers abroad is formed by a Bawaslu oversees the Organization of Elections in foreign countries.
16. The participants of the election is a political party for the elections of members of Parliament, Provincial and district/city LEGISLATORS and individuals for DPD Election.
17. The election campaign is an activity of the participants of the election to voters by offering a vision, mission, program participants and Elections or other information.
18. the Executive Board of a political party offices accordingly was the central leadership Council political party to the central level administrators, Regional political party leadership Council for provincial Administrators, and the Board Chairman of the branch of a political party for the district/city level administrators, or by other designations.
19. Voter is a citizen of Indonesia at the time of polling day has even aged 17 (seventeen) years or older or have/never marrying and not being revoked the rights of pilihnya.
20. News coverage, broadcasting and Advertising campaign was the delivery of the messages of the campaign by Election participants to the public through print and electronic media repeatedly shaped writing, drawing, animation, promotion, sound, demonstration, drama, debate, and any other form of solicitation, which contains an appeal to provide support to participants of the general election.
21. State officials are the President, Vice President, Ministers, Governors, Vice Governors, Governors, Vice Governors, mayors and Deputy Mayors.
22. the campaign props are all the objects or any other form that contains the vision, mission, programs, and other information or that are installed for the purposes of the election campaign which aims to invite people choose participants or prospective election and members of Parliament, certain LEGISLATIVE and DPD.
23. the campaign is all Material objects or any other form that contains the vision, programs, symbols, or mark the images presented for the purposes of the election campaign which aims to invite people choose participants or prospective election and members of Parliament, certain LEGISLATIVE and DPD.
Article 2 the election Organisers based upon the basis of: 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.

CHAPTER II principles, FUNCTION and PURPOSE of the CAMPAIGN is considered part of the Principles of article 3 the election campaign was conducted with the principles of efficient, environmentally friendly, accountable, nondiskriminasi, and without violence.

The second part of function and purpose


Article 4 (1) of the Election Campaign Participants is done as a means of political participation of citizens and the duty of election participants in providing political education.
(2) Participants of the Election Campaign was conducted in order to build commitment among citizens with the election participants with how to offer vision, mission, and/or other information to convince voters and get the maximum support.
CHAPTER III the COMMISSIONING, officers and PARTICIPANTS is considered part of the CAMPAIGN the campaign Implementing article 5 (1) Implementing the election campaign members of Parliament, Provincial and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota is the caretaker of political parties, members of Parliament, Provincial, REGIONAL, district/city campaigners, a, and an organization that is designated by the Participants of the election members of Parliament, Provincial and REGIONAL district/city.
(2) Implementing DPD election campaign prospective members consisted of DPD, a people and organizations designated by individual members of Election Participants DPD.
(3) the person-a as referred to in paragraph (1) and (2) is a citizen of Indonesia has the right to choose and are registered as voters.
(4) implementing the campaign Organization as referred to in paragraph (1) and (2) is the organisation that appointed the election participants, among others, the Organization of political parties in the electoral wing of the participant and/or organization of organizers of activities.
(5) Organization of organizers of activities as referred to in paragraph (4) is the legal entity which is established and maintained by the citizens of Indonesia and is subject to the law of the Republic of Indonesia.
(6) Implementing the campaign referred to in subsection (1) and (2) is required to be registered by the participants of the elections to the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota and ditembuskan to Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu and provincial, Kabupaten/Kota.
(7) For a person and/or group in addition to executing campaigns that registered at the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota actually and/or the official duties of the participants did not receive election ditertibkan or disbanded by authorities after coordinating with State police of the Republic of Indonesia and or Bawaslu/Bawaslu Panwaslu province/district. (8) Executing the campaign responsible for the security, public order and the smooth running of the campaign.

The second part of the campaign Officers of article 6 (1) of the participants of the election can appoint and dismiss the officer campaign.

(2) the officer's campaign consists of all officers who facilitate the implementation of the campaign.
(3) the officer's campaign referred to in subsection (1), set by a political party offices and appropriate Election participants by the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, LEGISLATORS or Individual Election Participants members of the DPD. (4) the officer's campaign referred to in paragraph (2), registered according to the ELECTION COMMISSION offices.

Article 7 (1) the campaign Officers referred to in article 6 paragraph (2), is in charge of facilitating the implementation of the campaign, namely to prepare the implementation of the campaign, conveying the proposal schedule campaigns to the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP, or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, and coordination with the Police of the Republic of Indonesia and the corresponding highest Bawaslu.
(2) the officer's campaign referred to in subsection (1), is responsible for the smooth running of public order, security and the campaign.
The third part of the participants of the campaign article 8 (1) of the participants of the campaign consists of community members.
(2) the members of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) is a citizen of Indonesia, a company based in the regional election campaign venue.
CHAPTER IV MATERIAL and METHODS Material is considered part of the CAMPAIGN the campaign article 9 (1) of the political parties campaign material on Participants Elections carried out by the members of the Parliament, members of Provincial PARLIAMENT members, and district/city include the vision, mission, and programs of political parties to convince and gain the support of voters.
(2) the Individual Participants of the election campaign Material that was carried out by members of the DPD includes the vision, mission and programs to convince and gain the support of voters.
Article 10 (1) in addition to the campaign material as referred to in article 9, the participants of the election can deliver short biographies of candidates and/or other information in accordance with the objectives of the campaign.
(2) short biographies of the candidates referred to in subsection (1) may include information about the history of education, history of work and wealth, organization and interests/favorites.
(3) other information referred to in subsection (1) is a message-a message aimed at influencing or ask for the support of voters.
Article 11 the preparation and delivery of campaign materials is carried out by means of: a. upholds the implementation of Pancasila and the 1945 CONSTITUTION;

b. politely, i.e. use polite language or sentence and deserves to be shown to the public;

c. code of conduct, that does not interfere with the public interest;

d. educate, that provide useful information and enlighten the electorate;

e. wise and civilized, i.e. no personal attacks, groups, classes or other Election participants;

f. maintain and improve morality and religious values as well as the identity of the nation;

g. maintaining the unity and oneness of the nation;

h. increase the awareness of the law;

i. provide truthful information, balanced and responsible as part of political education; and j.  establish a healthy political communication between participants of the election and/or the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, DPD and DPRD with the community as part of building a democratic political culture of Indonesia and dignified.
Article 12 Campaign Material as referred to in article 9 and article 10 Election Participants submitted to the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota to socialized through the website of the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota and/or other information media.

The second part of article 13 Campaign methods of the election campaign can be done through: a. the encounter limited;

b. face-to-face meetings;

c. dissemination of materials to the general election campaign;

d. installation of props in a public place;

e. mass media print advertising and electronic mass media;

f. General meetings; and g. other activities that do not violate the ban on campaigns and legislation.

Clause 14 of the election campaign in the form of a limited meeting as referred to in article 13 a, arranged as follows: a. executed indoors or building which is closed;
b. the number of participants does not exceed room capacity as set forth by the maintainer of space with the number of participants at most to central level 1000 (one thousand) people, provincial level 500 (five hundred) people, and district/city level 250 (two hundred fifty) people; c. using a written invitation that contains the day, date, time, place, name of the speaker, and the person in charge;
d. notice in writing containing the day, date, time, place, name of the speaker, and the person in charge as well as a number of invited guests to the police of the Republic of Indonesia, with copy submitted to the ELECTION COMMISSION and the corresponding highest Bawaslu; e. implementing campaigns can bring or use props campaign;
f. props attributes Election participants as stated on the letter e was installed in the courtyard of the building or meeting place is limited.
Article 15 (1) of the election campaign in the form of face-to-face meetings as stipulated in article 13 the letter b was carried out outside or indoors.
(2) implementation of the outdoor campaign as mentioned in subsection (1) is done with the following conditions: a. a notice in writing containing the day, date, time, venue, team or participants of the election that is present and the person in charge to the police of the Republic of Indonesia, with copy submitted to the ELECTION COMMISSION and the corresponding highest Bawaslu; b. can be done by visiting the market, places of residence Community citizens, residents or other public places;
(3) the Campaign referred to in subsection (1) is done with the following conditions: a. the number of participants at most 250 (two hundred fifty) people;

b. using a written invitation that contains the day, date, time, place, name of the speaker, and the person in charge;
c. notice in writing containing the day, date, time, place, name of the speaker, and the person in charge as well as a number of invited guests to the local police of the Republic of Indonesia, with copy submitted to the ELECTION COMMISSION and the corresponding highest Bawaslu; (4) the campaign outside or indoors as referred to paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) is performed with the dialogis.

(5) Implementing campaigns face-to-face meetings can bring campaign props.
(6) the campaign props as referred to in paragraph (5) were installed in the courtyard of the building or place of meeting face-to-face.
Article 16 the election campaign in the form of dissemination of materials to the general election campaign as stipulated in article 13 of the letter c, is set as follows: a. the dissemination campaign materials to the public carried on a campaign of meetings limited to, face-to-face, public meetings, and/or on other campaign activities;
b. dissemination of campaign material as referred to in letter a, i.e., among others in the form of leaflets, business cards, pens, t-shirts, hats, blocknote, umbrella, and calendar lists the message or material of the campaign.
Article 17 (1) of the election campaign in the form of installation of props in a public place as stipulated in article 13 of the letter d, arranged as follows: a. not campaign props placed in places of worship, hospitals or places where the Ministry of health, the Government-owned buildings, educational institutions (and school), protocols, and highways;
b. Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Province, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, PPS, PPK, and coordinating with the Government, PPLN provincial government, Government of Kabupaten/Kota, Kecamatan, Desa/Kelurahan, and representative offices of the Republic of Indonesia to determine the location of the installation of the props for the purposes of the election campaign;

c. the determination referred to in subparagraph b contains the location of the installation media and the provision of Visual AIDS campaign conducted by the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP and province, or the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP district/city: d. installation of props by participants of the election both candidates of political parties, members of Parliament, Provincial REPRESENTATIVES, and/or district/city or the candidates DPD only allowed the installation media is done in predetermined props as intended the letter c.
(2) participants of the mandatory Election clean up campaign props at the latest 1 (one) day before polling day/date.
(3) the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP and province, or the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota authorities ordered the election participants who do not meet the conditions referred to subsection (1) letter a and paragraph (2) to unplug or move the props.
(4) Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu provincial, Kabupaten/Kota, local Government and the security apparatus is authorized to revoke or to move without having to inform the participants of the general election.
Article 18 the election campaign in the form of printed mass media advertising and electronic mass media referred to in Article 13 of the letter e, arranged as follows: a. provide the same opportunity to the participants to convey the theme of the general election and the election campaign material by specifying the duration, frequency, form and substance of the Annunciation/broadcasting policy redaksional;
b. the material and substance news coverage must be in accordance with the provisions of the regulations and the code of ethics of journalism; c. print media and broadcasters can provide rubric for participants of the elections.

Article 19 the election campaign in the form of the general meeting referred to in Article 13 of the letter f is set as follows: a. General meeting started at 9:00 am local time and ends at the latest at 17.00 local time;
b. carried out in the field or stadium or the square with a mass attended by from both members and supporters and other citizens; c. implementing the campaign should pay attention to the capacity of the place – place of execution of the campaign;
d. prohibited to carry or use images, symbols, panji, pataka, a flag and or not sign a picture or other attributes of the concerned election participants; e. respect for the day and time of worship.

Article 20 the election campaign in the form of other activities referred to in Article 13 of the letter g, among others: a. anniversary events/milad;

b. social and cultural activities;

c. sports competitions;

d. istighosah;

e. a relaxing stroll;

f. talbligh akbar;

g. arts;

h. bazaar;

i. short message service, social networks like facebook, twitter, email, websites, and other forms;

aimed at influencing or get support.

Chapter V IMPLEMENTATION and SCHEDULE a CAMPAIGN is considered Part of the implementation of the campaign Article 21 (1) campaign for would-be members of Parliament, Provincial and district/city PARLIAMENT is held by a political party offices and/or appropriate candidates for members of Parliament, Provincial and REGIONAL district/city, with the following conditions: a. for the elections of members of Parliament is held by a political party central level and/or the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES;
b. for the general election a member of the Provincial Executive Board held by a provincial political party and/or prospective members of the Provincial PARLIAMENT;
c. DPRD Members elections for district/city held by a political party, district/city level and/or prospective members of the DPRD district/city;
(2) the Trustees are political party Electoral Participants could lift the campaigners of a candidate or a political party, candidate for the Executive Board members of Parliament, Provincial, REGIONAL and County/City, a person or organization Organizer activities (event organizer).
(3) the campaigners, members of the House of REPRESENTATIVES, Provincial and REGIONAL district/city, organizers of a person or organization activities as referred to in paragraph (2) is registered to the appropriate level.
Section 22 (1) campaign for Candidates organized by the DPD candidates are concerned.

(2) the candidates DPD can lift the campaigners, an organizer of the activities or organizations.
(3) campaigners, members of DPD, a person or organization the organizers of activities as referred to in paragraph (2) is registered to the appropriate level.
Article 23 (1) campaign for would-be members of Parliament, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota, implemented in each electoral area. (2) the campaign for prospective members of the DPD was implemented in each electoral area.
(3) the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota referred to in subsection (1), can do campaigns outside the area of selection, all concerned are listed as campaigners.
Article 24 (1) the identity of the campaigners of the Trustees and members of political parties, members of Parliament, candidates and REPRESENTATIVES, organizers of a person or organization the activities referred to in article 5 paragraph (1) must first be registered to the ELECTION COMMISSION in accordance with the degree, at least three (3) days prior to the implementation of the campaign by electoral participants.
(2) the identity of the candidate's Campaigner DPD, a person or organization the organizers of activities referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) must first be registered to the Province, at least three (3) days prior to the implementation of the general election campaign by the participants concerned.
(3) the identity of the campaigners as referred to in paragraph (1), signed by the political parties in accordance with the degree or candidate concerned and the members of DPD in question as referred to in paragraph (2), made in 4 (four) stanzas, provided: a. one (1) double entry for the administrators of a political party or candidate Member of DPD that raised campaigners;

b. one (1) double entry to grades appropriate Bawaslu;

c. one (1) double entry for State police of the Republic of Indonesia are appropriate grades; and d. one (1) double entry to the appropriate level as an archive.
The second part of the campaign Schedule of article 25 (1) of the election campaign as stipulated in article 13 of the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d and implemented since the 3 (three) days after political parties and individual candidates DPD designated as a participant of the election up to the start of quiet period.
(2) the election campaign as stipulated in article 13 of the letter e and the letter f, implemented for 21 (twenty one) days, and ended up with the start of quiet period.
(3) quiet period as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) takes place during 3 (three) days prior to the voting date.
Article 26 (1) the time, date, and place of execution of the election campaign of House members and SENATORS REPRESENTING, set with the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION after coordinating with Election Participants.
(2) the time, date, and place of execution of the election campaign of a member of the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION Decision established with Provincial/KIP after coordinating with the election Participants and pay attention to the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION as referred to in paragraph (1).
(3) the time, date, and place of execution of the election campaign members DPRDKabupaten/city ELECTION COMMISSION Decision established with district/city/KIP after coordinating with the election Participants and pay attention to the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION and the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Province referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2).
(4) the time, date and place of execution of the campaign referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) tembusannya delivered to the State police and the Republic Bawaslu Indonesia offices accordingly.
Article 27 Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION and Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota scheduling campaigns as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (2) for each of the participants of the election, having regard to the proposal from the election Participants with the provisions: a. a schedule for each electoral campaign organized by political parties Election Participants sort number, ordinal number starts from 1 onwards. Schedule campaigns for individual DPD candidates are arranged alphabetically. b. ELECTION COMMISSION timetable campaign organized by a political party central level;
c. the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION timetable campaign organized by: 1) legislative Candidate Province;

2 Individual DPD candidates);

3) Caretaker provincial political party;
d. the Kabupaten/Kota scheduling campaigns organized by: 1) the members of the DPRD district/city;

2) Undertakers political party district/city level.
e. composition of the agreed campaign schedule no later than received by Election Participants appropriate level 14 (fourteen) days prior to the campaign period, with copy to local governments (provincial/district/city), Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province and Kabupaten/Kota and the Police of the Republic of Indonesia according form.
Article 28 (1) the Executive Board of a political party, candidate degree appropriate members of Parliament, Provincial and district/city LEGISLATORS as well as members of the DPD individuals who did not use the opportunity of the campaign as mentioned in article 27, either partially or completely, to notify in writing to the Election Commission, the Province or district/city ELECTION COMMISSION not later than 7 (seven) days before the time of the campaign.
(2) the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP district/city based on the notice referred to in subsection (1), deeds campaign schedule.
(3) the schedule of the campaign had already been repaired as referred to in paragraph (2), set by the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota.

(4) the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota handed a campaign schedule has been fixed to the corresponding political party offices of Executive Board, the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, Provincial and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota with copy is submitted to the local government or the Government of the province and Kabupaten/Kota, Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province or district/city and State police of the Republic of Indonesia in the electoral region in the area of work.
(5) the ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Province delivered the election campaign schedule of DPD repaired to the ELECTION COMMISSION and to the members of the DPD with copy to the regional Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota, Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu provincial, Kabupaten/Kota and State police of the Republic of Indonesia in the electoral region in the area of work.
Article 29 (1) of the participants would hold elections campaign in the form of limited meetings, face-to-face, and other activities are a mass gathering, as well as of the general meeting, not later than 7 (seven) days before the time of execution of a campaign, notify in writing to the State police of the Republic of Indonesia, concerning: a. the location/place of execution of the campaign;

b. the implementation time of the campaign;

c. the approximate amount of mass is present;

d. travel route will be taken for the good of the masses, the departure and return; and e. the commissioning officer and campaign.
(2) if the security situation in the region-place/location campaign does not allow organized campaign, the State police of the Republic of Indonesia can propose to the local election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION and Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota to cancel or postpone the implementation of the campaign, with copy to the concerned Election Participants, Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province and Kabupaten/Kota.
(3) if the proposal referred to in subsection (2) is acceptable, the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota decided the cancellation or delay of the campaign, and the decision notified to the concerned Election Participants, Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province and Kabupaten/Kota.
Article 30 (1) of the masses who attended the campaign with the use of motor vehicles in the Entourage/convoys on departure and/or return of campaign spots, are not allowed to: a. conduct the March of motor vehicles;

b. Enter the electoral territory;

c. violate traffic rules; and d. other bother doing community activities.
(2) the clerk of each participant of the election campaign is obligated to appoint one or more of its members as Chairman for the field, which is responsible for security and order, smooth mass on departure and/or return of extra campaign.
Article 31 (1) if at the moment of departure and/or return of mass campaigns occur security/traffic order, officers of the police of Republic of Indonesia can change the travel route has been determined.
(2) a change of the route of travel referred to in paragraph (1), it is not required the consent of the Participants of the election concerned.
CHAPTER VI PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN Article 32 (1) of the implementing, participants, and campaign officials are prohibited: a. to question the basic State of Pancasila, the preamble of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, and the form of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia; b. undertake activities that endanger the integrity of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia;

c. insulting someone, religion, tribe, race, class, and/or other Election Participants;

d. instigating and pitting individuals or the community;

e. interfere with public order;
f. threatening to do violence or advocate the use of violence to a person, a group of community members, and/or other Election Participants; g. damaging and/or eliminating props campaign Election Participants;

h. use of Government facilities, places of worship and education;
i. carries or uses a sign with a picture and/or other attributes besides from image mark and/or attributes of the concerned Election Participants; and/or j.   promise or provide money or other material to participants of the campaign.
(2) Implementing the campaign in the campaign activities prohibited include: a. the Chairman, Vice Chairman, Chairman young, Chief Justice at the Supreme Court, and judges at all judicial bodies under it, and judge the Constitution at the Constitutional Court; b. the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and members of the body of the Financial Examiner;

c. the Governor, Senior Deputy Governor and Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia;

d. the Board of Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Trustees and employees of State-owned enterprises/business entity belonging to the region;

e. civil servants;

f. members of the Indonesia national army and police force of the Republic of Indonesia;

g. the village head;

h. Councilor; (3) every person referred to in subsection (2) are prohibited from participating as implementing election campaign.
(4) a violation of the prohibition of the provision in paragraph (2) Letter c, letter f, letter g, letter i and j, and subsection (2), is a criminal offence.
Article 33 (1) of the election campaign that included the President, Vice President, Ministers, Governors, Vice Governors, Governors, Vice Governors, Mayors, and the Deputy Mayor had to comply with: a. do not use the facilities pertaining to the Office, except for the security facilities of the State officials as provided for in the regulations; and b.  live on leave outside the dependent State.
(2) leave and the leave schedule referred to in subsection (1) letter b is executed with attention to the sustainability of the stewardship of the country and the Organization of local governance.
Article 34 (1) letter of leave referred to in Article 33, already accepted by the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Province, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP district/city at least 3 (three) days before State officials participated in the campaign.
(2) a letter of furlough State officials as referred to in paragraph (1), contains a schedule of campaign time and place/location campaigns.
Article 35 (1) of the following Legislative Elections campaign, DPD, Provincial and REGIONAL district/city, State officials are not allowed to use State facilities that are under those powers.
(2) State Facilities as referred to in paragraph (1), among others: a. means of mobility, such as an Office covering the vehicle Department of State officials and employees of the service vehicles, as well as other Department of transportation;
b. building, Office, Home Office, Home Office of the Government, the Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota Government, except for the remote areas of the implementation is done by observing the principles of Justice;
c. means of offices, regional radio and the Government-owned telecommunications password/Provinces/Counties/cities, and other equipment, as well as materials.
(3) buildings or facilities of the State referred to in paragraph (2) letter b for rent to the public be excluded from the provisions referred to in paragraph (1).
CHAPTER VII NEWS COVERAGE, broadcasting and ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN is considered part of the preaching of Article 36 (1) news coverage, broadcasting, and advertising campaigns can be conducted through the mass media of print, on-line, electronic and other broadcasters in accordance with legislation.
(2) news coverage, broadcasting, and advertising campaigns of the election referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in order of delivery of material by the participants of the election campaign to the General Election.
(3) the election campaign Material as referred to in paragraph (2) be in the form of text, sound, pictures, text and images, or sounds and images, which is a narrative character, graphic, interactive, interactive or not, and which can be received through your device receives the message.
(4) the Mass Media print, on-line and electronic broadcasters, in preaching, broadcasting, and advertising campaigns as referred to in paragraph (1) shall comply with the procedures for the preparation and filing of campaign material and the prohibition in the campaign referred to in article 11 and article 32.
(5) the Mass Media print, on-line, electronic and broadcasting institutions referred to in subsection (1) during the quiet period banned from broadcasting news, ads, track record of the participants of the election, or any other form that leads to a profitable campaign interests or detrimental to the participants of the election.
Article 37 (1) of the public broadcasters, local public broadcasters, private broadcasters, subscription broadcasters and provide the same time allocation and treats are evenly matched Participants of the election campaign material to convey.
(2) community broadcasters can broadcast the election process as a form of service to the community, but should not be exploited for the benefit of the campaign for the election.
Article 38 (1) news coverage of campaigns can be broadcast over the way broadcasters broadcast live or delayed broadcasts and by the mass media print or on-line.
(2) the Mass Media print, on-line, and electronic broadcasters providing a special section for news coverage of the campaign must apply fair and balanced for all participants of the elections.
The second part of broadcasting Campaign Article 39 (1) Broadcasting campaigns undertaken by broadcasters in the form of broadcast monologues, dialogues involving sound and/or images the viewers or listeners vote, debate Participants of the election, and opinion polls.
(2) the election of the speaker, themes and moderators, as well as the procedures for organizing broadcast monologue, dialogue, and debate arranged by the broadcasters.
(3) the broadcasting Resource monologue, dialogue, and debate must comply with the prohibition in the campaign, as referred to in article 32.
(4) the broadcast of the monologue, dialogue, and debate organized by the broadcasters can involve the public through telephone, short message service, twitter, facebook, electronic mail (e-mail), and/or facsimile.
The third part of article 40 Campaign Ads

(1) Election Campaign Ads can be done by Election Participants in the mass media print and/or broadcasters in the form of commercial advertising and/or the public service.
(2) Election Campaign Ads banned contains things that can interfere with the convenience of the reader, listener, and/or viewers.
(3) the Mass Media print, on-line and electronic broadcasters, required to provide the same opportunity to participants of Election in loading and ad serving campaigns.
(4) the scheduling settings and loading and ad serving campaign Election referred to in subsection (3), implemented by the print media and broadcasters.
Article 41 (1) of the Print Media and broadcasters are prohibited from selling or blocking time blocking segment to the election campaign.
(2) Print Media and broadcasters are prohibited from receiving the sponsorship program in a format or any segment can be categorized as election campaign ad.
(3) the printed Mass Media, broadcasting, and Election Participants are prohibited from selling ad spots that are not utilized by one of the participants of the election to the other Election Participants.
Article 42 (1) the maximum limit of Election campaign advertising on television for any Election Participants cumulatively by as much as 10 (ten) spot was the longest 30 (thirty) seconds to every television station every day during the campaign.
(2) the maximum limit of Election campaign advertising on the radio for any Election Participants cumulatively by as much as 10 (ten) spot lasts longest sixty (60) minutes for each radio station every day during the campaign.
(3) the maximum limit of advertising campaign the election referred to in subsection (1) and subsection (2) applies to all types of advertising.
(4) the arrangements and scheduling of advertising campaign the election referred to in subsection (3) for each participant of elections organized entirely by broadcasters with the obligation of providing equal opportunity to all participants of the elections.
Article 43 (1) Mass Media, print, electronic and online broadcasters do ad campaigns of the election in the form of advertising the election campaign commercial or advertising services for the general election campaign with the advertising code of ethics and adhere to the provisions of the applicable legislation.
(2) the Mass Media print, on-line, electronic and compulsory broadcasters determine the standard advertising rates election campaign commercial that applies equally to every participant of the election.
(3) the election campaign ad rates for community service should be lower than advertising rates election campaign commercial.
(4) Print Media and broadcasters mandatory broadcast advertising campaign Election services for non-partisan community at least once a day with duration of sixty (60) seconds.
(5) advertising services for the general election campaign as referred to in paragraph (5) could be produced by print media and broadcasters or created by other parties.
(6) determination of advertising and broadcasting service for the general election campaign, produced by the other party as stipulated in paragraph (6) was done by the print media and broadcasters.
(7) the amount of time the ad was aired, the election campaign for the public service referred to in subsection (5) does not include the cumulative amount referred to in Article 42 paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3).
Article 44 the print Mass Media provide the page and the time that is fair and balanced for the loading of the news and interviews as well as the advertising for the election campaign for the election.

Article 45 (1) of the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia or the Press Council to conduct surveillance over news coverage, broadcasting and advertising the election campaign undertaken by broadcasters or by mass media in print, on-line and electronic.
(2) in the event that there is evidence of breach of the provisions referred to in Article 41, article 42 and article 43 of the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia's Press Council or the dropping of sanctions referred to in the Broadcasting Act. (3) the overthrow of the sanctions referred to in paragraph (2) is notified to the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION and ELECTION COMMISSION.
(4) in the case of the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia's Press Council or not to drop the sanctions referred to in paragraph (2) within a period of 7 (seven) days since found evidence of violations of the campaign, the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the ELECTION COMMISSION of the province, Kabupaten/Kota dropping sanctions to the implementing the campaign.
Article 46 (1) Sanctions referred to in Section 45 subsection (2) may include: a. a written reprimand;

b. the temporary suspension of the troubled event's eyes;

c. reduction of the duration and the time of the Annunciation, broadcasting, and advertising the election campaign;

d. fines;

e. the clotting activity of news coverage, broadcasting, and advertising the election campaign for a certain time; or f.  broadcasting organization of the revocation or the revocation of publishing printed mass media.
(2) further Provisions regarding the procedures and sanctions referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Broadcasting Commission of Indonesia or joint press Council ELECTION COMMISSION.
CHAPTER VIII of the CAMPAIGN FINANCE Article 47 (1) the activities of the election campaign of members of Parliament, provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS kabupaten/kota is funded and the responsibility of political parties Election Participants each.
(2) Election Campaign Funds as referred to in paragraph (1) sourced from: a. political parties;

b. the prospective members of Parliament, provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS kabupaten/kota from the political party in question; and c. donations are valid according to the laws of the other party. (3) the activity of DPD election campaign funded and become the responsibility of the members ELECTED to each.
(4) Election Campaign Funds as referred to in paragraph (3) sourced from: a. the candidates DPD is concerned; and b. a legitimate donation under the laws of the other party. (5) the Election Campaign Funds as referred to in paragraph (2) and subsection (4) may be in the form of money, goods and/or services.
(6) the Election Campaign Funding in the form of money referred to in subsection (5) is placed on a special account fund Election Campaign Participants at the bank.
(7) Election Campaign Funding in the form of donations in the form of goods and/or services as referred to in subsection (5) are recorded based on reasonable market price at the time the donation was accepted.
(8) the electoral Campaign Funds as referred to in paragraph (2) and subsection (4) are recorded in the accounting receipts and expenditures of the Special Election Campaign funds separate from political parties or financial accounting bookkeeping personal finance candidates DPD.
(9) the electoral campaign fund Bookkeeping as referred to in paragraph (8) begins three days after the political party set up as the Election participants and closed one (1) week before the submission of the report of receipt and expenditure of funds to the election campaign of public accountant (KAP) appointed by the ELECTION COMMISSION. (10) further Provisions setting guidelines for the reporting of campaign funds regulated more by ELECTION COMMISSION regulations.

CHAPTER IX SANCTIONS Article 48 in case there is evidence of the beginning of a pretty over the infringement of the prohibition campaign as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (1) and subsection (2) by the executor and the election campaign participants, then the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP province, and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota dropping sanctions as set forth in the Act.

Article 49 (1) in terms of implementing proven campaign promises or provide money or other material as a reward to participants of the election campaign directly or indirectly to: a. do not use the right pilihnya;

b. use rights pilihnya by selecting the Participants of the election in a certain way so that unauthorized voice mail;

c. choose a particular Election Participant political parties;

d. Select the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, Provincial LEGISLATORS, district/city; or e. selecting candidates DPD, subject to sanctions as set forth in the Act.
(2) Promising or giving of money or other material as a reward to participants of the campaign are directly or indirectly referred to in subsection (1), such initiative stems from implementing a campaign to influence voters.
(3) the material referred to in subsection (1), not including the goods which are the props or the election campaign.
Article 50 the Court ruling which has acquired permanent legal force against the offences referred to in article 49 which is subject to the implementing campaign prospective status as members of Parliament, Provincial, Kabupaten/Kota, LEGISLATORS and members of the DPD, used as the basis for the Election Commission, provincial, and district/city ELECTION COMMISSION to take action in the form of a cancellation: a. the name of the members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, DPD, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS district/city from the list of candidates; or b. annulment of prospective members of Parliament, DPD, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota as a candidate elected.

Article 51 cancellation of legislative candidates, DPD, Provincial and REGIONAL district/city in the list of nominees remain as well as the cancellation of the designation of prospective members of Parliament, DPD, Provincial and REGIONAL district/municipality a candidate elected as stipulated in article 50 was conducted by: a. the Election Commission, candidates for members of Parliament and DPD;

b. the provincial ELECTION COMMISSION, candidates for members of the Provincial PARLIAMENT;

c. the Kabupaten/Kota, to prospective members of the DPRD Kabupaten/Kota.

Article 52 (1) Cancellation as a prospective member of Parliament, DPD, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota referred to on article 50 specified by decision of the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP province, and ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota.
(2) the members of the DPR, DPD, dan DPRD Provincial, Kabupaten/Kota a nullified as intended in paragraph (1), his name was crossed out from the list of candidates for members of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, DPD, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS for electoral district/city.
(3) if the cancellation as a prospective member of Parliament, DPD, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota in the selected assignment, his position was replaced by the next elected candidates in the process of the replacement of the elected.

(4) if the candidate in question's status as a member of Parliament, DPD or PARLIAMENT, his position changed intertemporal substitution in order to House members, LEGISLATORS, or DPD.
Article 53 (1) in the event that there is evidence enough that the beginnings of the PPS do deliberate action or negligence in the implementation of the campaign which led to the disruption of the implementation of the election at the level of villages, Field Supervisor of elections delivered a report to Panwaslu Subdistrict.
(2) in case there is evidence enough that the commencement of implementing the campaign, participants of a campaign, or campaign officials intentionally make or negligent in the performance of a campaign which resulted in disruption of the stages of the election at the level of villages, Field Supervisor of elections delivered a report to the PPS.
Article 54 (1) PPS mandatory follow-up findings and reports on allegations of deliberate action or negligence in the implementation of the campaign at the level of villages referred to in Article 53 paragraph (2) by doing: a. cessation of implementation of Campaign Participants concerned Election scheduled on that day;
b. reporting to PPK in the case found evidence about the existence of the commencement of a criminal offence related to the implementation of the Election campaign; c. prohibition to the implementing a campaign to carry out the next campaign; and d.  prohibition to the campaign participants to follow the next campaign.
(2) follow up report PPK as intended in paragraph (1) letter b by doing the legal actions referred to in the Act.
Article 55 (1) in the event that there is evidence enough that the beginnings of the PPK do deliberate action or negligence in the implementation of the campaign which led to the disruption of the implementation of the election at the level of district, Sub-district Panwaslu delivered a report to Panwaslu counties.
(2) in case there is evidence enough that the commencement of implementing the campaign, participants of a campaign, or campaign officials do deliberate action or negligence in the implementation of the campaign which led to the disruption of the implementation of the election campaign at the level of district, Sub-district Panwaslu delivered a report to Panwaslu Kabupaten/Kota and submit the findings to the PPK.
(3) a compulsory follow up on the findings and PPK reports about allegations of deliberate action or negligence in the implementation of the campaign at the rate referred to in sub paragraph (2) by doing: a. cessation of implementation of Campaign Participants concerned Election scheduled on that day;
b. reporting to the County/city in terms of sufficient evidence found the beginning of the existence of a criminal offence related to the implementation of the Election campaign; c. prohibition to the implementing a campaign to carry out the next campaign; and/or d.  prohibition to the campaign participants to follow the next campaign.
(4) ELECTION COMMISSION Kabupaten/Kota is obliged to follow up the report referred to in subsection (1) letter b by doing the legal actions referred to in the Act.
Article 56 of the implementing and participant elections purposefully do violations of the campaign and has obtained a written warning at least one time in one electoral area, prohibited conduct activities the next campaign dalamdaerah election is concerned.

Article 57 (1) if the offences referred to in article 56 gives rise to security disturbances, the State police of the Republic of Indonesia can disrupt local campaigns in places of violations.
(2) If a security disturbance referred to in subsection (1) is potentially spreading to other electoral areas, termination of the activities of the campaign applies to the entire area of the election.
(3) the police force of the Republic of Indonesia, the local campaign activities of the termination action notify as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) to the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP, or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province and Kabupaten/Kota with reason.
CHAPTER X miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 58 Provisions implementation of the Legislative election campaign, DPD, dan DPRD abroad based on this regulation and based on the legislation in the country.

Article 59 Governments, provincial governments, the Government of Kabupaten/Kota, Kecamatan, Desa/Kelurahan, Indonesia national army and police force of the Republic of Indonesia was banned from performing actions that benefit or harm one of implementing the campaign.

Article 60 (1) Bawaslu, Bawaslu Panwaslu province, Kabupaten/Kota and Kecamatan Panwaslu campaign stages according to conduct surveillance offices and received reports of violations of campaign rules.
(2) reports of campaign violation of an administrative nature are forwarded to the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP, or Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP Kabupaten/Kota, the report violation of criminal elements containing campaign forwarded to state police of the Republic of Indonesia according form.
Article 61 (1) to monitor the implementation of the Campaign, the Election Commission, ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP and the province, Kabupaten/Kota/KIP can form a working group of the campaign.
(2) the campaign working group referred to in paragraph (1), consisting of the elements of the Election Commission, the ELECTION COMMISSION and the Provincial ELECTION COMMISSION/KIP/KIP Kabupaten/Kota and agencies/related agencies.
Article 62 a violation of the provisions of the implementation of the legislative Election campaign, DPD and Provincial and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota referred to in this regulation, may be subject to criminal sanctions as stipulated in the Act.

CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 63 of the form used for the implementation of the activities of the Legislative election campaign, DPD, Provincial, and SUB-PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENTS Kabupaten/Kota is as listed in the annex to this regulation, is the part that is not an integral part of this regulation.

Article 64 With enactment of this legislation, the Electoral Commission Regulation number 19 in 2008 about the guidelines of the implementation of the General Election campaign of the members of the House of representatives, the regional representative Council, and Representatives of the region, stated does not apply.

Article 65 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 10 January 2013 Chairman, HUSNI KAMIL BEAD Enacted in Jakarta on 11 January 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN attachments: bn77-2013 fnFooter ();