Regulation Of The Minister Of Home Affairs Number 67 In 2012

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Dalam Negeri Nomor 67 Tahun 2012

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BN 994-2012. doc REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 994, 2012 the MINISTRY of the Interior. The Strategic Environmental Study. The Development Of The Region. The guidelines. REGULATION of the MINISTER of INTERNAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 67 in 2012 ABOUT the GUIDELINES of the IMPLEMENTATION of the STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY in the PREPARATION or EVALUATION of REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY INTERIOR MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in article 15 of the Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of the environment obliges local governments implement the strategic environmental study in the preparation or evaluation of long term Regional development plan Medium-term development plan, the region, and of policies, plans, and/or programs that potentially impacts and/or environmental risks; b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia on the implementation of the guidelines on Strategic Environmental Study in the preparation or Evaluation Plan regional development; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 2 Remember: 1. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as last amended by law No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 2. Act No. 39 of 2008 of the Ministry of State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 166 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4916); 3. Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of Environment (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5059); 4. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005); 5. Government Regulation number 8 in 2008 about the stages, the procedures for the preparation, control and evaluation of the implementation of the Regional Development Plan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 21, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4817); 6. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 54 in 2010 on the implementation of the Government Regulation No. 8 of 2008 about the stages of The Preparation, control, and evaluation of the implementation of the development plan in the region; Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of the INTERIOR on the IMPLEMENTATION of the GUIDELINES of the STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY in the PREPARATION or EVALUATION PLAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 3 CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation of the Minister, is: 1. Strategic Environmental Studies hereinafter abbreviated KLHS is a series of systematic, thorough analysis and participatory in order to ensure that the principle of sustainable development has become a basic and integrated in the development of a region and/or policy , plans, and/or programs. 2. Implementation in the preparation or evaluation KLHS Plan regional development is the process of creating and implementing KLHS done on the preparation or evaluation of long term Regional development plan; Medium-Term Regional Development Plan; and/or the policy, plan, or program and potentially cause impacts and/or environmental risk contained in the strategic plan of the working units of the device region; 3. Long term Regional development plan, hereinafter abbreviated to RPJPD, is the regional planning document for a period of 20 (twenty) years. 4. Medium-term Regional development plan, hereinafter abbreviated RPJMD, regional planning is a document for the period of 5 (five) years. 5. The strategic plan of the working Units of the device Area hereinafter abbreviated Renstra SEGWAY SEGWAY is a document for the period of 5 (five) years. 6. The regional unit of the device Work which further shortened SEGWAY is a local government area in the province and kabupaten/kota. 7. The Working Group further Environmental Control abbreviated Pokja PL is part of Team tampering with RPJPD and/or RPJMD. 8. Sustainable development is an attempt to ensure the integrity of the environment as well as the safety, capacity, well-being, and quality of life of human beings, by means of: (a) utilizing biological resources that do not exceed the capabilities of the regenerasinya, and or make use of the resources of the non biological not exceeding the rate of innovation substitusinya; (b) utilizing the current natural resources by not compromising the needs of future generations; and (c) make use of resources that are not yet known the impact carefully and are supported by adequate scientific research. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 4 9. The principles of sustainable development are the principles that should be applied in the planning, implementation and control of the construction to achieve the conditions of integrity of the environment as well as the safety, capacity, quality of human life and well-being, covering at least the principle of interdependence, the principle of balance, and the principle of Justice. 10. The interdependence is the dependence between regions, between sectors, between stakeholders and between the unity ecosystem. 11. Balance is proportional harmony between the interests of economic, socio-cultural and the environment. 12. Justice is equity proportionally in receiving the benefits of development between generations and between community groups in the area. 13. The environment was the unity spaces with all objects, resources, circumstances, and living things, including human beings and their behaviour, which affect the survival of nature itself, perikehidupan, and the welfare of humans and other living beings. 14. environmental protection and management is a systematic and concerted efforts are being made to preserve environmental functions and prevents the occurrence of pollution and/or damage to the environment which includes planning, utilization, control, maintenance, surveillance, and law enforcement. 15. The stakeholders are individuals and representatives of community groups, the institutions/agencies that affect and/or are affected by RPJPD, and Renstra RPJMD SEGWAY, which includes elements of Government, non governmental organizations, universities, businesses, and communities. 16. is the process of scoping out the pre record identifies a long list of issues sustainable development consisting of issues social/cultural, economic, and environmental. 17. censorship is the process of scoping out a long list of issues of sustainable development became a short list with the use of strategic and sustainable development criteria. 18. The Baseline data is a condition of the early issues of sustainable development in a period of RPJPD and RPJMD. 19. the Mitigation/Adaptation is a series of efforts to reduce the negative effects and/or risk the implementation of development programs. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 5 article 2 (1) the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota compulsory implement KLHS in the preparation of RPJMD, RPJPD, and Renstra SEGWAY that potentially impacts and/or environmental risks. (2) in performing KLHS in the preparation of RPJMD and RPJPD as referred to in paragraph (1), the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota can delegate implementation to the SEGWAY wing regional development planning Affairs. (3) in performing KLHS Renstra in drafting the SEGWAY referred to in subsection (1), the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota delegate implementation to the concerned Chief of SEGWAY. Article 3 the purpose of the implementation of KLHS: a. ensure that the principles of sustainable development has become a basic and integrated in the preparation of RPJMD, RPJPD and SEGWAY: Renstra and b. improving the quality of RPJPD, and Renstra RPJMD SEGWAY as protective measures and environmental management. CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTATION of the rules is considered Part KLHS article 4 Implementation KLHS as stipulated in article 3 the following rules: a. focus on their purpose; b. relevant decisions; c. integrated; d. transparent; e. participatory; f. accountable; g. iterative; and h. self-evaluation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2012, no. 994 6 article 5 (1) the rules focus on the purpose of the review process requires that the implementation is consistent with the needs and objectives agreed upon at the beginning of the implementation. (2) the rules relevant to the policy implementation process requires the review leads to decision-making in line with sustainable development issues. (3) the integrated Rule requires that the process of implementation of the study ensures compatibility between the components of the environment, namely, socio-cultural, economic, and ecological. (4) a transparent Rule requires that the process of implementation of the study done by open, and documentation of the results of its present information that is clear, easy to understand, and accessible to the public. (5) Rule requires that a participatory process of implementation of the study carried out jointly by all the relevant stakeholders. (6) Rule accountable requires the implementation process studies are conducted professionally, in accordance with the procedure, open, objective, balanced and result can be accounted for and verified by other parties. (7) the rules require iterative implementation process review are adaptive and open to re-examined, deepened its analysis, and revision. (8) Rules requires the implementation process self-evaluation study conducted by not handed over to third parties. The second part of the article 6 Mechanism KLHS implemented mechanisms: a. study of the influence of the policy, plan, and/or programs against environmental conditions in a region; b. formulation of alternative refinement of policies, plans, and/or programs; and c. improvement Recommendations for policy decision-making, plans, and/or programs that integrate the principles of sustainable development. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 7 Paragraph 1 article 7 Assessment Mechanism for the study of the influence of the policy, plan, and/or programs against environmental conditions in an area referred to in article 6 letter a is done through stages: Preparation, a. b. Conduct scoping out, and c. Compile Baseline Data. Article 8 the preparatory Stages referred to in article 7 letter a consists of: a. shaping Pokja PL; b. Drawing up terms of reference Working KLHS; and c. a scoping out. Article 9 (1) the Governor and Regent/Mayor form Pokja PL as stipulated in article 8 of the letter a. (2) Pokja PL referred to in subsection (1) is part of a team of tampering with the RPJPD and the RPJMD. (3) the order of membership Pokja PL referred to in subsection (1) consists of: Chairman: Chairman SEGWAY wing Environmental Affairs Secretary: officials: natural resources and environmental affairs living in a SEGWAY wing regional development planning Affairs Member: SEGWAY related issues appropriate principal regional development article 10 Pokja PL as referred to in article 9 is in charge of carrying out the stages KLHS way : a. Exchange information and provide input towards the process of the preparation of RPJMD and RPJPD with other working groups under the coordination of the Chairman of the team compiling the RPJMD; and RPJPD and b. involving stakeholders. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 8 article 11 (1) Pokja PL terms of reference work compiled KLHS as stipulated in article 8 the letter b. (2) terms of reference of the work referred to in subsection (1) is the working guidelines for the implementation of the plan of PL Pokja KLHS RPJPD and in the preparation of RPJMD since stage analysis overview regional conditions up to the preparation of the final draft RPJPD and RPJMD. (3) the terms of reference of the work referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. background. b. goals and objectives. c. scope of activities. d. the expected results. e. implementation of the work plan and methods of Assessment. f. Resource Requirements/Academics who needed help Pokja PL in doing analysis. g. time and financing. Article 12 (1) Pokja PL implement pre scoping out referred to in article 8 of the letter c. (2) Pre scoping out as referred to in subsection (1) includes the following activities: a. identify environmental issues, socio-cultural issues, and the issues of the economy, through internal discussion Pokja PL; b. collect data and information related to the issues referred to the letter a, such as an overview of the condition of the area, the results of the study, and existing publications; c. identify the type and source of the data is still required but not yet available; and d. inventory stakeholders that will be involved in the implementation of appropriate KLHS with a long list of development issues. Article 13 (1) Pre scoping out referred to in article 12 generate a long list of environmental issues, issues of social-cultural, and economic issues that have been backed up with data and preliminary information. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 9 (2) a long list of issues referred to in paragraph (1) is used as an ingredient of scoping out the joint stakeholders. Article 14 (1) Pokja PL implement scoping out referred to in article 7 letter b. (2) implementation of scoping out as referred to in subsection (1) begins at the moment the team compiling the RPJPD and RPJMD conduct analysis of strategic issues. Article 15 (1) implementation of scoping out as referred to in article 14 and to use the results of scoping out the pre as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (1). (2) scoping out performed together the stakeholders through: a. verify the long list of issues sustainable development as referred to in article 13 paragraph (1). b. screening a long list of environmental issues, social issues, economic issues and referred to the letter a is performed using the criteria at least cross-sector, cross-region, the cumulative long-term impact, and impact on a wide range of stakeholders. c. Penyepakatan the results of the screening referred to in paragraph (2) letter b. (3) scoping out produce a short list of environmental issues, socio-cultural issues, and economic issues that have been agreed upon by stakeholders. Article 16 (1) the results of scoping out as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (3) is used for sharpening the analysis of strategic issues RPJPD and RPJMD. (2) strategic issues as referred to in subsection (1) is used by the compiler of the RPJPD and refinement processes for the formulation of RPJMD vision, mission, and policies of the region. Article 17 (1) baseline data compiled PL Pokja as referred to in article 7 letter c. (2) Baseline data as referred to in subsection (1) is obtained by performing an analysis of the data and information referred to in article 12 paragraph (2) letter b and subparagraph c. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 10 Article 18 (1) PL do Pokja study of connectedness, balance and fairness in the draft RPJPD and RPJMD. (2) conducting studies on the influence of PL Pokja indicative programme priority in the design of RPJMD. Article 19 (1) the study of connectedness as stipulated in article 6 include: a. linkages between regions; b. linkages between time; c. linkages between sectors; d. linkages between stakeholders. (2) the study of the balance referred to in Article 18 covers the balance between economic, social and cultural interests, the environment. (3) the study of Justice referred to in Section 18 include: a. justice between groups of society; b. fairness between generations. An alternative formulation of the second paragraph of article 20 (1) of alternative formulation Pokja PL do the refinement of policies, plans, and/or programs referred to in the article 6 letter b. (2) the formulation of an alternative refinement of policies, plans, and/or program referred to in subsection (1) is done through the stages of identification measures of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternatives. (3) identification of measures of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternative assessment is done based on the results referred to in Article 18. (4) alternative formula conveying PL Pokja as referred to in paragraph (3) to the team compiling the RPJPD and RPJMD. (5) an alternative formulation as referred to in paragraph (4) to a synergy with strategic issues as referred to in article 16. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2012, no. 994 11 Paragraph 3 of recommendation 21 Article Improvement (1) formulate recommendations PL Pokja KLHS referred to in the article 6 letter c. (2) the formulation of a recommendation referred to in subsection (1) is conducted based on the results from the formulation of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternative as in article 20 paragraph (4). CHAPTER III KLHS RPJPD in the PREPARATION of section 22 (1) Pokja PL do the assessment referred to in article 7. (2) the assessment referred to in subsection (1) is made to the description of the vision and mission areas and target points and towards a policy of long-term development of the region. Article 23 (1) of alternative formulation Pokja PL do bio-vision and mission areas and target points and towards a policy of long-term development of the region. (2) the formulation of an alternative description of the vision and mission areas and target points and the direction of the long-term development policy area referred to in subsection (1) is done through the stages of identification measures of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternatives. (3) identification of measures of mitigation/adaptation, and/or an alternate assessment based on results done connectedness, balance, Justice referred to in article 19. (4) alternative formula conveying PL Pokja as referred to in paragraph (3) to the team compiling the RPJPD. (5) an alternative formulation as referred to in paragraph (4) to a synergy with strategic issues as referred to in article 16. Article 24 (1) formulate recommendations PL Pokja KLHS based on a formula of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternatives referred to in Article 23. (2) the recommendations referred to in subsection (1) in the form of recommendations for refinement of the formulation of the vision and mission areas and target points and towards a policy of long-term regional development plan. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 12 (3) the recommendations referred to in subsection (2) is used by the team compiling the RPJPD as material in carrying out public consultation forum. Article 25 (1) Pokja RPJPD Constituent Teams accompany PL aligning vision, mission and direction RPJPD policy based on the results of the public consultation as referred to in article 24 paragraph (3). (2) results alignment of vision, mission and policy directions referred to in subsection (1) is used by the compiler of the RPJPD for the formulation of the draft initial RPJPD. CHAPTER IV PREPARATION of RPJMD KLHS in Article 26 (1) Pokja PL do the assessment referred to in article 7. (2) the assessment referred to in subsection (1) is made to the description of the vision and mission, goals and objectives, the strategy and the direction of policy, public policy and medium-term development program area. Article 27 (1) of alternative formulation Pokja PL do bio-vision and mission, goals and objectives, the strategy and the direction of policy, public policy and medium-term development program area. (2) the formulation of an alternative description of the vision and mission, goals and objectives, the strategy and the direction of policy, public policy and medium-term development programme areas as referred to in subsection (1) is done through the stages of identification measures of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternatives. (3) identification of measures of mitigation/adaptation, and/or an alternate assessment based on results done connectedness, balance, Justice referred to in article 19. (4) alternative formula conveying PL Pokja as referred to in paragraph (3) to the team compiling the RPJMD. (5) an alternative formulation as referred to in paragraph (4) to a synergy with strategic issues as referred to in article 16. Article 28 (1) formulate recommendations PL Pokja KLHS based on the formula of mitigation/adaptation, and/or alternatives referred to in article 27. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 13 (2) of the recommendation referred to in subsection (1) in the form of recommendations for refinement of the formulation of the vision and mission, goals and objectives, the strategy and the direction of policy, public policy and medium-term development program area. (3) the recommendations referred to in subsection (2) is used by team tampering with the RPJMD as material in carrying out public consultation forum. Article 29 Pokja PL accompany the Team compiling the RPJMD align mission and vision, goals and objectives, the strategy and the direction of policy, public policy and regional development programs based on the results of the public consultation as referred to in article 28 paragraph (3). Article 30 the team compiling the RPJMD lays out general policy and regional development programs as stipulated in article 29 into the formulation of indicative programme priority along with the needs of the plan funding. Article 31 (1) the study of the influence of Pokja PL do the indication of priority programs as stipulated in article 30 against strategic issues as referred to in article 16. (2) the study of the influence of referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by: a. Select priority programs related to strategic issues. b. examine the influence of each program priorities at the letter a to any strategic issues through dialogue with the SEGWAY. c. dialogue as stated on the letter b is intended to gain an overview of the elaboration of the indication program priorities are examined. d. examine the cumulative impact of the results of the study of the influence of each program on the letter b. Article 32 study of influence as stipulated in article 31 and generate a description that describes the influence of the program priorities against strategic issues. Article 33 Pokja PL formulate measures of mitigation/adaptation and/or alternative based on the description of the influence of the program priorities with www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 14 strategic as stipulated in article 32 in an effort to minimize the potential impact on the environment which is expected to emerge. Article 34 (1) formulate recommendations PL Pokja KLHS based on a formula of measures of mitigation/adaptation and/or alternatives referred to in Article 33. (2) the recommendations referred to in paragraph (1) be: a. summary measures of mitigation/adaptation and/or alternative program priorities. b. priority programs that influence needs to be examined more deeply through the process at the time of the preparation of the draft KLHS Renstra SEGWAY. (3) the recommendations referred to in paragraph (2) letter a is used by team tampering with the RPJMD in carrying out public consultation forum. Article 35 (1) Pokja PL accompanying the team compiling the RPJMD aligning program priorities and funding needs based on the results of the public consultation as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (3). (2) the results of the harmonization program of priority referred to in paragraph (1) is used by the team compiling the RPJMD for formulation design for RPJMD. Chapter V KLHS in the PREPARATION of the STRATEGIC PLAN of SKPD, Article 36 (1) the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota commissioned a team to carry out the SEGWAY Renstra Constituent KLHS in drafting the draft Renstra SEGWAY that potentially impacts and/or environmental risks. (2) Draft Renstra SEGWAY that potentially impacts and/or environmental risk as referred to in paragraph (1) established on the recommendation of RPJMD KLHS as stipulated in article 34 paragraph 2 subparagraph b. Article 37 (1) the Constituent Teams Renstra SEGWAY doing studies on the influence of strategic program plan a relevant RPJMD. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 15 (2) of the plan of the program referred to in subsection (1) is the recommendation process KLHS RPJMD as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (2) letter b. Article 38 Examination of influence as stipulated in article 37 produce description that describes the influence of SEGWAY program plan strategic RPJMD. Article 39 Renstra SEGWAY Constituent Teams formulate mitigation measures/adaptation and/or alternative based on the description of the influence of the program plan strategic issues with the RPJMD SEGWAY in an effort to minimize the potential impact on the environment which is expected to emerge. Article 40 (1) a team of Framers Renstra SEGWAY formulate recommendations KLHS based on a formula of measures of mitigation/adaptation and/or alternatives referred to in Article 39. (2) the recommendations referred to in subsection (1) in the form of summary measures of mitigation/adaptation and/or alternative program plan SEGWAY. Article 41 the team compiling the Renstra SEGWAY do refinement program plans and funding needs based on the recommendations referred to in article 40 paragraph (2). CHAPTER VI IMPLEMENTATION of the RPJPD and in the EVALUATION of KLHS RPJMD Article 42 implementation of the RPJPD and in the evaluation of KLHS RPJMD follows the stages of the implementation of the RPJPD and in the preparation of KLHS RPJMD. CHAPTER VII DOCUMENTATION of PROCESS and OUTCOME KLHS Article 43 Pokja PL compulsory document the process and the results of the implementation of the RPJPD and in the preparation of KLHS RPJMD KLHS Report into RPJPD and RPJMD. Article 44 Team compilers Renstra SEGWAY mandatory document the process and outcomes KLHS Renstra SEGWAY into the draft Report KLHS Renstra SEGWAY www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2012, no. 994 16 Section 45 (1) the Bupati/Walikota KLHS RPJPD and submit a report to the Governor RPJMD. (2) the report referred to in paragraph KLHS (1) supplied at the time of the consultation draft of the Late RPJPD and RPJMD to the Governor. (3) the Governor delivered a Report RPJPD and KLHS RPJMD scope of the province to the Minister of the Interior. (4) a report referred to in paragraph KLHS (3) supplied at the time of the consultation draft of the Late RPJPD and RPJMD to Secretary of the Interior. Article 46 (1) the head of a SEGWAY KLHS report draft Renstra SEGWAY SEGWAY wing to the head the control and planning of Development Affairs and SEGWAY wing Environmental Affairs. (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is included at the time of verification the draft Renstra SEGWAY. (3) the head of a SEGWAY wing Environmental Affairs referred to in subsection (1) to advise the consummation of the integration of the results into the draft KLHS Renstra SEGWAY. Article 47 KLHS Reports as referred to in article 43, article 44, article 45, Article 46 and accessible to stakeholders. Article 48 further Provisions regarding the procedures for implementation set forth in Attachment KLHS ministerial regulation. CHAPTER VIII CONTROL and EVALUATION of article 49 (1) the Minister is performing a control and evaluation to ensure that the recommendations and RPJPD KLHS RPJMD province has been integrated into the final draft RPJPD and province of RPJMD. (2) the results of the evaluation and control of the Minister referred to in subsection (1) is part of an integral part of the letter the Minister about the results of the consultation draft of the late RPJPD and province of RPJMD. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 17 Article 50 (1) Governor of controlling and evaluation to ensure that the recommendations and RPJPD KLHS RPJMD province has been integrated into the final draft RPJPD and the provincial scope of RPJMD. (2) the Governor did a control and evaluation to ensure that the recommendations and RPJPD KLHS RPJMD kabupaten/kota has been integrated into the final draft RPJPD and RPJMD kabupaten/kota. (3) the results of the control and the evaluation of the Governor as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is part an integral part of the Governor's letter about the results of the consultation the final draft. Article 51 Bupati/Walikota controlling and evaluation to ensure that the recommendations and RPJPD KLHS RPJMD kabupaten/kota has been integrated into the final draft RPJPD and scope of RPJMD kabupaten/kota. CHAPTER IX GUIDANCE and SUPERVISION Article 52 (1) the Minister through the Director General of regional development Community doing coaching and supervision to the Governor in the exercise of KLHS in drafting and/or RPJPD and evaluation of RPJMD. (2) the Governor doing coaching and supervision to the bupati/walikota KLHS in implementation in the preparation and/or evaluation of the RPJPD and scope of RPJMD province and kabupaten/kota. (3) the Bupati/walikota do coaching and supervision to the SEGWAY in its region in the implementation of KLHS in drafting and/or evaluation of the RPJPD and scope of RPJMD kabupaten/kota. Chapter 53 Construction as stipulated in article 52 include: a. Coordination: b. supervision: technical guidance: c. d. and e. Facilitation: consulting. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 18 of article 54 (1) the Governor via the head of SEGWAY wing Environmental Affairs performs quality control implementation KLHS in the preparation of RPJMD province and RPJPD and RPJPD and the RPJMD kabupaten/kota. (2) the Bupati/Walikota SEGWAY wing through the head of the Environmental Affairs performs quality control implementation KLHS in the preparation of RPJMD RPJPD and kabupaten/kota. CHAPTER X, Article 55 of financing implementation FUNDING KLHS in drafting or evaluation RPJPD, and Renstra RPJMD SEGWAY sourced from Budget revenues and Expenditures of the State Budget Revenues, and shopping districts, and other legitimate source of income and are not binding. CHAPTER XI TRANSITIONAL PROVISION Article 56 in terms RPJPD and RPJMD has enacted before this Ministerial Regulation, or already implementing KLHS but do not comply with this regulation of the Minister, the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota is obligated to carry out the evaluation in RPJPD and KLHS RPJMD. CHAPTER XII CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 57 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2012, no. 994 19 so that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on 8 October 2012, MINISTER of INTERNAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, GAMAWAN FAUZI Enacted in Jakarta on 10 October 2012, MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.depkumham.go.id