Regulation Of The Minister Of Marine And Fisheries The Number Per. 09/download/2012 Year 2012

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 445, 2011 REGULATIONS the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PER. 09/DOWNLOAD/2012 ABOUT the CONDUCT of the FOREIGN SERVICE TRIP in the ENVIRONMENT of the MINISTRY of MARINE and FISHERIES by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order optimisation, efficiency, and effectiveness of the implementation of the foreign service travel in order to enhance the role of the Ministry of marine and fisheries in the world need to organize the implementation of foreign service travel extensively in the Environment Ministry of Marine and fisheries;
b. that the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 10/DOWNLOAD/2009 on the implementation of the Travel abroad in the Environment Department of Marine and fisheries was not in accordance with the developments and needs in the framework of the implementation of the foreign service travel, so it needs to be enhanced;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries on Conducting foreign service Trip in the environment of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries;
Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 55 in 1974, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3041) as amended by law Number 43 in 1999 (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 169, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3890);
2. Law Number 37 year 1999 concerning foreign relations (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 156, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3882);
3. Law Number 24 year 2000 concerning international treaty (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 185, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4012);
4. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4206);
5. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355);
6. Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and financial responsibility of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4400);
7. Act No. 31 of 2004 concerning Fisheries (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 118 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4433) as amended by law Number 45 in 2009 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 154, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5073);
8. Act No. 27 of 2007 about management of Coastal Regions and small islands (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 84 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5068);
9. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries, as it has been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011;
10. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as has been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011;
11. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 as amended by presidential decree number 59/P in 2011;
12. Regulation of the Minister Secretary of State number 11 Year 2008 about the Administration's handling of the execution of Instructions Travel abroad;
13. the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 15/DOWNLOAD/2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries;
14. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 97/FMD. 05/2010 about foreign service Travel for State officials, civil servants, and officers did not remain as amended by regulation of the Minister of finance number 64/FMD. 05/2011;
Notice: 1. Presidential Instruction number 11 in 2005 about a Trip to a foreign country;
      2. The instruction of Minister of marine and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia Number m. 05/download KP/X/2011 about increased Discipline Officer of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries;
Decide: define: MARINE and FISHERIES MINISTER REGULATION ABOUT the ORGANIZATION of FOREIGN SERVICE TRIP in the ENVIRONMENT of the MINISTRY of MARINE and fisheries.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation of the Minister, is: 1. Foreign Service Travel assignment abroad is carried out by State officials, other Officials, civil servants, or other parties which was commissioned by the Ministry of marine and Fisheries at the expense of the State, donors outside/inside the country, and from other funding sources are valid and/or own stay in order to support the activities of the field of marine and fisheries.
2. The delegation of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries, hereinafter called the Ministry Delegates are people and/or officials of Echelon I and/or other officer appointed by the Minister of marine and fisheries and/or Echelon Echelon officials I and II to represent the interests of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia at a meeting of a bilateral, multilateral, regional, and International Conference on marine and fishery fields abroad. 3. the Minister is the Minister of marine and fisheries.
4. Officials of the Echelon I was Secretary-General, Director-General, the Inspector General, head of the Agency, and expert staff Minister.
5. Other officials is the structural and functional officials officials in the Environment Ministry of marine and Fisheries and/or ministries/related agencies.
6. Other parties are partners that directly support the activities of the field of marine and fisheries. 7. The Ministry is the Ministry of marine and fisheries.
8. Work Unit echelons I is the work units of the Ministry of marine and Fishery of the Secretariat General, Directorate General, Inspectorate General, and agencies.
9. Position papers is the Indonesia Government policy in the field of maritime and fisheries that are arranged with the aim of strengthening its role and position in the field of marine and fisheries in conducting bilateral meetings/regional/multilateral and other related meetings.
10. donor agencies in the country are private companies, private education institutions, civic institutions or individuals who provide financial support for implementing a foreign service travel.
11. foreign donor agencies is the Government of a foreign country, international bodies under the United Nations, regional bodies, international private agencies, educational institutions, private companies or individuals that provide financial support for implementing a foreign service travel.
CHAPTER II AIMS and OBJECTIVES article 2 the intention of this ministerial regulation is established as guidelines for officials in the Environment Ministry and the whole range of stakeholders in the field of marine and fisheries in the implementation and management of the administration of the foreign service trip in the Environment Ministry.

Article 3 the purpose of this Ministerial Regulation was established to realize the smooth and orderly implementation and management of the administration of the foreign service trip in the Environment Ministry.

CHAPTER III SCOPE of article 4 the scope of the regulation of the Minister include: a. the planning;

b. implementation;

c. implementation mechanism;

d. a delegate;

e. reporting; and f. evaluation.

CHAPTER IV FOREIGN SERVICE TRAVEL PLANNING section 5 (1) of each work unit echelons I compulsory drafting plans for travel abroad each year with consideration of the urgency, the benefits, and a very high importance for the Ministry.
(2) the urgency as referred to in paragraph (1) should pay attention to the agenda of the meeting and/or negotiations the Ministry prepared by work units that deal with foreign service travel.
(3) a very high Interest referred to in subsection (1) is the foreign service travel conducted by the officials of the Echelon I and/or other officials in support of the achievement of the targets of the strategic plan, work plan, and activities that support the implementation of the duties and functions of the work units of the Ministry.
(4) preparation of travel plans foreign service referred to in subsection (1) is conducted before the current year.
(5) the preparation of travel plans foreign service referred to in subsection (1), coordinated by the Secretary-General through work units that deal with foreign service travel.
Article 6 (1) travel planning service of the Foreign Ministry itinerary list poured in foreign service of the Ministry.
(2) a list of the foreign service travel plans the Ministry referred to in subsection (1) is used as a reference implementation of a foreign service travel Ministry.
Chapter V IMPLEMENTATION of FOREIGN SERVICE TRAVEL article 7 implementation of the foreign service travel aims to enhance the role of the Ministry in the international world in order to: a. strengthening institutional and human resources are integrated;

b. managing the marine and fishery resources in a sustainable way;

c. increase the productivity and competitiveness of knowledge-based; and/or d. expand the domestic and international market access.

Article 8 (1) the implementation of a foreign service travel as referred to in article 7 may be made to the provisions: a. foreign service travel has been entered in the list of foreign service travel planning Ministry;
b. is the scale of priorities associated with increased foreign cooperation relations in the field of marine and fisheries;

c. is the implementation of programs and activities that are supported by the current year's budget or from other sources; and/or d. to have competence and relevance between activities conducted abroad with the duties and functions of the organization.
(2) the implementation of a foreign service travel as mentioned in subsection (1) for the costs of State carried out with a very selective and responsible.
Article 9 implementation of foreign service travel undertaken for activities: a. meeting of bilateral, regional, multilateral, and international conferences;

b. seminars/workshops/workshop/symposium;

c. promotional/exhibition/expo;

d. the task of learning;

e. training;

f. comparative study;

g. assignment as experts or researchers;

h. assignment as staff representatives;

i. assignment as speaker;

j. assignments in the framework of supervision along with the foreign countries;
k. assignment in order completion and issue advocacy in the field of marine and fisheries; and b. special assignment.

Article 10 (1) Foreign Service Travel for meetings of multilateral, regional, bilateral, and international conferences referred to in article 9 of the letter a is implemented with the provisions: a. in order to increase exploitation and cooperation in the field of marine and fisheries; b. in accordance with the agreed meeting agenda;

c. implemented by delegation of the Ministry.
(2) a delegation of the Ministry as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is determined as follows: a. propriety in equalization delegates from other countries with still give priority to priority scale; and b. field of tasks and functions, competence, and relatedness with the substance to be discussed.
(3) a delegate of the Ministry as referred to in paragraph (1) the letter c has a duty: a. prepare and formulate negotiating positions and a strategy based on national interests are integrated and coordinated, in the form of a position paper, so the most able to secure plans, program and implementation of the national development in the areas of marine and fisheries; and b. negotiate and fight for position and strategy based on national interests as stated on the letter a for any negotiations in the field of marine and fisheries.
(4) in formulating a position referred to in subsection (3) a delegation of the Ministry should pay attention to substance, process, outcome, and impact for national development in the areas of marine and fisheries that are poured in a delegation of Ministry guidelines.
(5) Ministry Delegation as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is assigned according to your needs and/or assignments, led by Ministers, officials of the Echelon I, or other officials.
(6) a period of foreign service travel tailored to meeting agenda and/or visit, including travel time.
Article 11 (1) the membership of the Delegation the Ministry referred to in article 10 paragraph (5) is restricted in accordance with the competence and relevance of related tasks and functions, attaching order members and description of duties of each Member of the delegation of the Ministry.
(2) a delegation of the Ministry as referred to in paragraph (1) can communicate and/or coordinate the plan a visit or the substance of which will be discussed in the negotiations/meetings with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or other relevant institutions.
Article 12 (1) to attend the meetings referred to in letter a of article 9 which was carried out on a regular basis and some of the agenda on a regular basis could be established Ministry Delegation, which comprises officials of the related field of duty, and have competence in accordance with the substance of which is discussed at a regular meeting/negotiations.
(2) a delegation of the Ministry remained as intended in paragraph (1) is designated by the Minister.
Article 13 (1) Foreign Service Travel to seminar/workshop/workshop/symposium referred to in article 9 of the letter b was implemented with the provisions: a. get the official invitation from the Organizer;
b. activities that followed positive impact towards the fields of marine and fisheries of Indonesia;
c. preferred travel costs from source countries/institutions; and d. the substance of activities associated with the duties, functions, and competencies.
(2) the period of assignment is adjusted with the agenda of the seminar/workshop/workshop/symposium, including travel time.
Article 14 (1) Foreign Service Travel for exhibitions/promotion/exposebagaimana referred to in article 9 of the letter c was carried out with provisions: a. get the official invitation from the Organizer;
b. activities that followed positive impact towards the fields of marine and fisheries of Indonesia;
c. the substance of activities associated with the duties, functions, and competencies; and d. have available sources of financing.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as mentioned in subsection (1) is adjusted with the agenda of exhibition/promotional/expo, including travel time.
(3) where necessary, exhibitors/promotion/expo can be augmented with experts or other parties that have the competence to support exhibition/promotional/expo with the approval of the Minister or the Secretary General.
(4) foreign service travel Funding for experts or other parties as referred to in paragraph (3) adjusted to the capabilities of the Ministry's budget.
Article 15 (4) foreign service Trip to study activities referred to in article 9 of the letter d was implemented with the provisions: a. appropriations available financing sources for learning tasks that come from donor agencies in the country and foreign donor agencies or from other funding sources are legitimate;
b. confirmation of country/institution/College stating that the question has been accepted to perform the study in these institutions;
c. deliver the petition for the management of the administration of foreign service travel to work units that deal with foreign service travel.
(2) further Provisions regarding foreign service travel in order to learn a task, based on the provisions of the legislation which set about the task of studying for the civil servant at the Ministry of environment.
Article 16 (1) Foreign Service Travel for training activities as referred to in article 9 of the letter e was implemented with the provisions: a. the training support duties and functions of the work unit echelons I concerned; and b. come letter assignment signed by Secretary to the work unit I, or Echelon Echelon II for officials in the Secretariat-General of the environment, the tembusannya delivered to the Secretary of the working units that handle human resources development and fisheries and marine Head unit work dealing with staffing the ministries.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as referred to in paragraph (1) with customized training agenda, including travel time.
Article 17 (1) Foreign Service Travel for comparative study activities referred to in article 9 of the letter f is implemented with the provisions: a. prepare a proposal related to the study to be carried out, to officials of the Echelon I addressed to the Minister with a copy to the Secretary General, while officials of the Echelon II addressed to officials of the Echelon I concerned with copy to the Secretary-general;
b. obtain the consent in writing or an invitation from the intended country/institution; and c. performed by officials appointed by the Secretariat-General.
(2) a designated Officer as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c must meet the criteria: a. in accordance with the duties and functions of the Organization;

b. in accordance with the competence; and c. the substance-related will be discussed during the visit.
(3) the designated Officer must communicate the plan of visits by representatives of the RI that was in the local State or nearby.
(4) a period of foreign service travel as mentioned in subsection (1) is adjusted with the agenda of comparative study.
Article 18 (1) Foreign Service Travel experts or researchers as referred to in article 9 of the letter g is implemented with the provisions: a. There are requests from countries/international agencies/international organizations that need;
b. get recommendations from officials of the Echelon I concerned and the permission of the Secretary General; c. compliance with the required competence; and d. available financing sources during the allocation be experts or researchers who comes from the budget of the State expenditures, revenue and donor agencies in the country and foreign donor agencies, or from other funding sources.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as mentioned in subsection (1) is adjusted with the necessary time to research or to experts with the requirements of international institutions/countries/international organizations concerned.
Article 19 (1) Foreign Service Travel as the staff representative referred to in article 9 h was carried out with provisions: a. get recommendations from officials of Echelon I concerned and the permission of the Secretary General; b. in accordance with the required competence; and c. the allocation of available financing sources for staff representatives who came from the budget of the State expenditures, revenue and donor agencies in the country and foreign donor agencies, or from other funding sources.
(2) Foreign Service Travel in order assignment as staff representatives is conducted in accordance with the legislation.
Article 20 (1) Foreign Service Travel as referred to in article 9 of the letter i is executed by the terms:


a. There is a request or invitation from country/international agencies/international organizations that need;
b. get recommendations from officials of the Echelon I concerned and the permission of the Secretary General; c. compliance with the required competence; and d. the financing source allocation available for the assignment that comes from the Organizer, donor agencies in the country and foreign donor agencies or from other funding sources.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as mentioned in subsection (1) is adjusted with the time that is required to be a resource person in accordance with the needs of the State/international agencies/international organizations concerned.
Article 21 (1) foreign service Trip to the supervisory activities together with the foreign countries referred to in article 9 of the letter j was implemented with the provisions: a. There is a request or invitation from country/international agencies/international organizations that need;
b. There is a Treaty of cooperation with international institutions/countries/international organizations that need;
c. get recommendations from officials of the Echelon I concerned and the permission of the Secretary General; d. in accordance with the required competence; and e. attaches a list of crew members and descriptions of each task.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as referred to in paragraph (1) adjusted for the time it takes or the needs of the State/Government of the Republic of Indonesia.
Section 22 (1) Foreign Service Travel in order completion and issue advocacy in the field of maritime and fisheries as referred to in article 9 of the letter k was carried out with provisions: a. There are legal issues in the field of marine and fisheries to be completed;
b. convey a chronological problem would be resolved to the Secretary-general;
c. If necessary, participants can be augmented with experts to provide opinions to the team of negotiators;
d. recommendations from officials of Echelon I concerned and the permission of the Secretary General; and e. conform with the required competencies.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as referred to in paragraph (1) adjusted for the time required.
Article 23 (1) Foreign Service Travel in the framework of special assignment as stipulated in article 9 of the letter l is implemented to follow the State visit, the anniversary of independence day of the country's best friend, and other agenda associated with the implementation of the tasks of Government.
(2) a period of foreign service travel as mentioned in subsection (1) is adjusted with the agenda as needed.
CHAPTER VI MECHANISM of IMPLEMENTATION of the FOREIGN SERVICE TRAVEL section 24 (1) Foreign Service Travel for officials of Echelon I implemented the mechanism as follows: a. There is the assignment of an application to the Minister or the Minister with the urgency of the visit, details of the program, the names of the delegates, as well as the source of their funding;
b. application to the Minister referred to in letter a are submitted at least 14 (fourteen) days prior to departure;
c. assignment or petition as stated on the letter a after getting the approval of the Minister, then forwarded to the Secretary General as material for further processing by the work units that deal with foreign service travel;
d. If the petition is approved by the Minister, then a work unit that handles travel foreign service prepared a concept of the petition for the assignment I referred to, Echelon officials to sign Secretary General, addressed to the Secretary of the Ministry of the Secretariat of State;
(2) application for foreign service travel arrangements as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d signed by Secretary to the work unit concerned I Echelon, Echelon officials proposing to either I or the other officials to work units that deal with foreign service travel with the Secretary General of CC, in which at least contain: a. name and position;

b. Parent Employee Number;

c. the purpose of the assignment of foreign service travel;

d. expected benefits;

e. the city and country of destination;

f. date and period of the assignment; and g. the source of financing. (3) the statement referred to in subsection (2) enclosed with: a. a copy of valid passport at least 6 (six) months;

b. approval of the Minister;

c. letter of invitation from the organizers;

d. schedule and agenda of the organizers; and e. a description of trip abroad that had been filled by using the form as listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 25 (1) Foreign Service Travel for other officials held with the mechanism as follows: a. There is a petition for foreign service travel arrangements to other officials with the urgency of the visit, details of the program, the names of the members of the delegation of the Ministry or the participants, and the source of their funding;
b. solicitation as stated on the letter a is signed by the Secretary of the working unit of Echelon I addressed to heads of work units that deal with foreign service travel;
c. to work unit echelons II at the Environment Secretariat General, the statement referred to in subparagraph b, signed by Bureau Chief/Head;
d. against assignment or petition as stated on the letter b and the letter c, the head of work unit that handles foreign service travel can do against confirmation of application for travel abroad to agencies/relevant agencies both within and outside the country.
(2) on the basis of application as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b and the letter c, the Secretary-General submits the assignment application letter addressed to the leadership of the work units that deal with foreign service travel Ministry secretariat of State's least contain: a. name and position;

b. Parent Employee Number;

c. the purpose of the assignment to travel abroad;

d. city and country of destination;

e. date and period of the assignment; and f. the sources of financing.
(3) a petition for the assignment referred to in subsection (2) enclosed with: a. a copy of valid passport at least 6 (six) months;

b. the invitation letter from the organizers;

c. schedule and agenda of the organizers;
d. written consent from relevant agencies to assign officials from other agencies implementing/; and e. a description of trip abroad that had been filled by using the form as listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 26 Secretary-general can restrict other officials as stipulated in article 25 for a foreign service travel when other officials were not in accordance with the duties and functions of the Organization, competence and substance to be covered and the number of members of the delegation of the Ministry exceeds the number of propriety.

Article 27 (1) the restrictions as referred to in article 26 do not list the name proposed by the work unit Echelon I, in the assignment application letter addressed to the leadership of the work units that deal with foreign service travel Ministry secretariat of State and the head of work unit which handles Consular Affairs Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
(2) a work Unit that handles foreign service travel tells the restrictions as referred to in paragraph (1) to the work unit echelons I question.
Article 28 statement of foreign service travel arrangements for officials of Echelon I and/or other officials as referred to in article 24 and article 25, at least it's been accepted by the work units that deal with foreign service travel: a. for foreign countries that do not require a visa, 7 (seven) working days prior to departure;
b. for foreign nationals who require a visa, fourteen (14) working days prior to departure; and c. to a foreign country that requires a visa for Schengen and European Union member country, 21 (twenty one) working days prior to departure.
Article 29 in order management, the administration of the foreign service travel as stipulated in article 2, the work units that deal with foreign service travel prepared: a. petition for approval of foreign service travel assignment, addressed to the leadership of the work units that deal with foreign service travel Ministry secretariat of State; and b. the petition for the creation of a Passport Office, exit permit and visa recommendation addressed to the leadership of the work unit that handles Consular Affairs Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Article 30 in the event there is a change of date, time, the membership of the delegation of the Ministry, or cancellation of travel abroad, work unit the applicant must deliver the proposed change or cancellation with the reason for cancellation or change of load, attaching a copy of the letter of approval foreign service travel assignment that has been previously published by the leadership of the work unit that handles travel foreign service of the Ministry of the Secretariat of State.

CHAPTER VII REPORTING article 31 (1) after the completion of travel foreign service officers and other officials of Echelon I obliged to submit a report of the results of the implementation of the travel office, with the following conditions: a. the Echelon Officials with copy to the Minister I State Secretary and Secretary General; and b. other Officials to officials of Echelon I question the leadership and work units that deal with foreign service travel Ministry secretariat of State with copy work units that deal with foreign service travel.
(2) the submission of the report referred to in subsection (1) is carried out at least 10 (ten) business days counted since the completed performance trip abroad.

(3) Reporting as referred to in paragraph (2) is a material evaluation of the linkages with national development programmes and the field of marine and fisheries.
(4) the evaluation Material referred to in subsection (3) is a consideration in the implementation of the next foreign service travel.
(5) in the case of officials who traveled foreign service does not submit a report the previous foreign trips, then a work unit that handles foreign service travel can reconsider the proposals the next foreign service travel.
(6) reporting on the implementation of the foreign service trip made with systematic reporting as contained in annex II that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
CHAPTER VIII EVALUATION of FOREIGN SERVICE TRAVEL Article 32 as a material consideration in the determination of policy planning and implementation of travel abroad, work units that deal with foreign service travel doing the evaluation of the implementation of the foreign service travel.

CHAPTER IX miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 33 (1) When I execute the Echelon officials travel overseas, then the Secretary of the working unit of Echelon I is concerned, is not allowed to participate in the foreign service travel question.
(2) the Secretary of the working unit of Echelon I referred to in subsection (1) may carry out a trip abroad together I Echelon officials concerned, if the work unit Secretary sitting as a steering/technical/organizing committee at the organization that conducts the negotiations/meetings, and/or the approval of the Secretary-General.
Article 34-Echelon Officials I and other officials in the Environment Ministry banned foreign service travel, without the approval of the assignment letter comes with the published by the leadership of the work unit that handles travel foreign service of the Ministry of the Secretariat of State.

Article 35 foreign service Travel to countries that do not yet have diplomatic relations with Indonesia required recommendations from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Article 36 the costs of implementing trips for foreign service officers and other officials I Echelon for the costs the country is done by referring to the regulation of the Minister of finance who set the standard of Public Expenses.

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 37 foreign service Travel done before publication of the ministerial regulation refers to mechanisms and accountability that is set out in ministerial regulation Number PER 10/DOWNLOAD/2009 on the implementation of the Travel abroad in the Environment Department of marine and fisheries.

CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 38 at the time of the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation, the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 10/DOWNLOAD/2009 on the implementation of the Travel abroad in the Environment Department of marine and fisheries, revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 39 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

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

Established in Jakarta on 20 April 2012 the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, SHARIF c. SUTARDJO Enacted in Jakarta on 23 April 2012 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN lamp fnFooter ();