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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 185, 2011 REGULATIONS the SECRETARY of COMMERCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 03/M-DAG/PER/3/2011 CODE of ETHICS of CIVIL SERVANTS at the MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT of TRADE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the SECRETARY of COMMERCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the civil servant is a strong, compact and convenient to have a unified, sensitivity, responsiveness and have solidarity high, disciplined, and conscious of its responsibility as an element of the State apparatus and the Royal Society , can be realized through the code etiknya;
b. that to instill and practice ethics for civil servants in the environment of the Ministry of trade, the need to establish a code of conduct civil servant in the Ministry of environment of trade;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish the regulation of the Minister of trade;
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. Act No. 28 of 1999 about the 56th country that is clean and free of corruption, collusion, and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851);
3. 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);
4. Government Regulation Number 42 in 2004 about coaching the soul of the Corps and the civil servant code of conduct (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 142 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4450);
5. Government Regulation Number 53 in 2010 about the discipline of civil servants (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 74 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5135);
6. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries;
7. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 on the establishment of a United Indonesia Cabinet II;
8. 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;
9. Regulation of the Minister of Commerce Number 31/M-DAG/PER/7/2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of trade;
Decide: define: TRADE MINISTER REGULATION ABOUT the CODE of ETHICS of CIVIL SERVANTS at the MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT of the trade.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. a civil servant is the compliance of the terms specified in the applicable regulations, appointed by the competent authority and delegated tasks in an Office of the country, or other country assignments was assigned, and paid according to the legislation in force.
2. Ethics is the science of what is good and what is bad and about moral rights and obligations.
3. the code of ethics is the norm and the basis adopted by a specific audience as the Foundation of behavior.
4. the code of ethics of civil servants are the guidelines the attitude, discipline, behavior, and the deeds of the civil servants in doing their job and guidelines for daily living.
5. The Assembly of the honor code of ethics of civil servants is the Assembly which is tasked Ad Hoc enforcement implementation as well as a complete code of conduct offences committed by civil servants in the Ministry of environment of the trade.
6. Breach is any form of speech, conduct, or conduct of civil servants that is contrary to the code of conduct.
CHAPTER II BASIC values for the CIVIL SERVANT article 2 Basic values that must be high esteem by civil servants include: a. devotion to God Almighty;
b. the loyalty and obedience to the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution;
c. the spirit of nationalism;
d. give priority to the interests of the country above personal interests or groups;
e. adherence to laws and regulations;
f. respect for human rights;
g. not discriminatory; and h. the professionalism, neutrality, and immoral.
CHAPTER III of the CODE of ETHICS of CIVIL SERVANTS in the performance of duty article 3 limited and the daily life of every civil servant is obliged to behave and are based on ethics in the discharge of duty, in the freedom of Association, in the community, as well as towards ourselves and our fellow civil servant subject to regulation of the Minister.
Chapter 4 ethics in carrying out the tasks referred to in article 3, comprising: a. hold fast against the oath of Office that has been pronounced;
b. comply with all applicable laws and regulations;
c. execute the 56th Government is clean, authoritative and accountable; d. do not do corruption, collusion and nepotism;
e. willing to review his wealth before, during and after taking office;
f. reporting and announcing his wealth before and after taking office;
g. carry out full of sense of responsibility and do not perform actions deplorable, with no strings attached either to the interests of the family, cronies, and group and not expect rewards in any form contrary to the applicable provisions; h. perform tasks without distinguishing the tribe, religion, race and class;
i. responsive, open, honest, and accurate, as well as timely in implementing each programme of the Ministry of trade;
j. use or make use of all existing resources efficiently and effectively;
k. are willing to be a witness in the case of corruption, collusion and nepotism as well as other matters in accordance with the provisions of regulation perundangan-undangan; b. do not give false testimony or information which is not correct; and m. keep the information confidential.
Article 5 ethics in freedom of association referred to in article 3, comprising: a. keep the wholeness, the cohesiveness of the Union Corps of civil servants;
b. hold firm norms limited, obedient and loyal to the leadership as well as uphold the attitude and honor; c. maintain and safeguard the integrity of the existing organization assets;
d. perform the duties and authorities of the appropriate applicable provisions;
e. implement any policies that are set by the competent authority;
f. build a work ethic to improve organizational performance;
g. establish cooperation in cooperative with other related work units in order to achievement of goals; h. competencies;
i. obedient and disobedient towards operational standards and the work;
j. develop thinking creatively and inovatifdalam order to increase organizational performance; and k. oriented in an effort to improve the quality of work.
Article 6 ethics in society as stipulated in article 3, comprising: a. realizing the pattern simple life;
b. have the attitude of empathy, respect, common courtesy without asking and without the element of coercion;
c. providing information in a timely, appropriate, open, and fair and not discriminatory; d. responsiveness to the State of the environment of the community; and e. oriented to the improvement of the welfare of the community.
Article 7 Ethics against yourself as stipulated in article 3, comprising: a. Frank and open and does not provide information that is not correct;
b. acted with great earnestness and sincerity;
c. avoiding conflicts of interest, group or faction;
d. initiative to improve the quality of the knowledge, abilities, skills, and attitudes; e. have a high fighting power;
f. maintain physical and spiritual health;
g. maintain wholeness and harmony family; and h. young, simple, clean, and courteous.
Article 8 Ethics against fellow civil servants: a. respect your fellow employees who embrace different faiths; b. maintain a sense of unity and oneness of fellow civil servant;
c. mutual respect among colleagues, either vertically or horizontally within a work unit, agency, or between agencies; d. appreciate dissent;
e. upholds the dignity and the dignity of the civil servant; and f. maintain and establish a cooperative collaboration of fellow civil servants.
CHAPTER IV of the CODE of ETHICS of the PROFESSION article 9 (1) of the code of conduct defined based on the characteristics of each profession.
(2) the code of ethics of the professions referred to in subsection (1) must not be contrary to the code of conduct set forth in this regulation of the Minister.
Chapter V ENFORCEMENT of the CODE of CONDUCT article 10 (1) of the civil servants who do breach the code of conduct and moral penalties.
(2) the moral Sanction as referred to in paragraph (1) be made in writing and acknowledged by officials of the Pembina Personnel. (3) the moral Sanction as referred to in paragraph (1) be either: a. a statement are closed; or b. the statement publicly.
(4) in granting moral sanctions as referred to in paragraph (3) should be referred to the types of violations of the code of ethics committed by civil servants.
(5) the Officers referred to in subsection (2) may delegate his authority to other officials in their environment at least structural Echelon IV officials.
CHAPTER VI ASSEMBLY article 11 of the CODE of HONOR civil servants who do breach the code of conduct in addition to moral penalties referred to in article 10 paragraph (3), subject to Government Regulation also Number 53 in 2010 about disciplinary rules civil servant, on the recommendation of the Assembly of the honor code of ethics that is Ad Hoc.
(1) the Tribunal of honor code of ethics was formed at least 15 (fifteen) working days since the report/complaint of ethics code violations committed by civil servants.
(2) the Tribunal of honor code of Ethics referred to in subsection (1) terminates his duty period after delivering the recommendations the results of the examination.
Article 13 (1) the Membership of the Assembly of the honor code of conduct referred to in article 11, consisting of: a. one (1) Chairman and members;
b. one (1) person Secretary and members; and c. at least 3 (three) members.
(2) in the case of members of the Tribunal of honor code of conduct more than 5 (five) persons, then the numbers must be odd.
(3) the position and rank of the members of the Tribunal of honor code of ethics should not be lower than the position and rank of the civil servant who inspected because it is suspected of violating the code of conduct.
Article 14 (1) of the Tribunal of honor code of conduct took the decision after examining the civil servant who is suspected of violating the code of conduct.
(2) Honorary code of conduct Tribunal took the decision after the civil servant concerned is given the opportunity of defending himself. (3) the decision of the Assembly of the honor code of conduct taken by a conversationally.
(4) in the case consensus discussion as referred to in paragraph (3) is not reached, a decision taken on the basis of the most votes. (5) the decision of the Assembly of the honor Code are final.
Article 15 the Tribunal of Honor Code obligated to convey the decision of the examination results to the Secretary of Commerce through the Assembly Secretary General as an ingredient in providing a moral sanction and/or other sanctions to civil servants is concerned.
CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER article 16 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date specified.
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 4 March 2011 at the INDONESIAN MINISTER of TRADE, MARI ELKA PANGESTU Enacted in Jakarta on March 31, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR fnFooter ();
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