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Perda_6-1-REGULATIONS of the PROVINCE of CENTRAL KALIMANTAN REGION number 6 in 2011 ABOUT the FORMATION of the PROVINCE of CENTRAL KALIMANTAN AREA REGULATIONS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of Central KALIMANTAN, Considering: a. that the development of the law in the area was part of the development of national laws that are done in a well-planned, integrated, and sustainable in order to guarantee the rights and obligations based on legislation; b. that to meet the needs of the community over local regulations and for the sake of good local governance in conducting Martinet province of Central Kalimantan, then local regulations required the establishment of an efficient, effective, and right on target with planning legislation arranged systematically in a Program Area Legislation; c. that to give direction, runway, and legal certainty in the planning of the program legislation and the establishment of applicable local area in Central Kalimantan, then the required settings on the program area legislation and the establishment of regional regulations; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c and the need to establish local regulations about the program area legislation and the establishment of regional regulations; Remember: 1. Article 18 paragraph (6) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, 1945; COPY-2-2. Legislation – Act Number 21 of 1958 concerning the determination of the Emergency Law number 10 in 1957 about the formation of the Autonomous Region level I Central Kalimantan and the change of Act No. 25 of 1956 on the establishment of Autonomous areas level I of West Kalimantan, South Kalimantan and East Kalimantan (Indonesia Republic Gazette in 1957 the number 53, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1284) as legislation (Gazette of the Republic Indonesia in 1958 the number 62 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 1622); 3. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2004 Number 125, Supplement State Gazette lndonesia Number 4437) as amended several times with the Act No. 12 of 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2008 Number 59, State Gazette Supplementary lndonesia Number 4844); 4. The legislation of the Republic of Indonesia number 26 in 2007 about the Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 5. Act No. 27 of 2009 about the people's Consultative Assembly, the House of representatives, regional representative Council and the regional House of representatives (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia in 2009 Number 123, the extra State Gazette Number 5043 lndonesia); 6. Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 130 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5049); 7. Act No. 12 year 2011 about the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 82 Number in 2011, State Gazette Supplementary lndonesia Number 5234);
- 3 - 8. Government regulation of the Republic of Indonesia 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, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 9. 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 lndonesia 2008 Number 21, Supplement State Gazette Number 4817 lndonesia): 10. Government Regulation number 16 in 2010 on Guidelines for drafting the LEGISLATIVE Regulation of Conduct of LEGISLATIVE (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2010 number 22, Supplement State Gazette Number lndonesia 510); 11. Regulation of the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2011 about the formation of a legal Product Areas; 12. Regulation of the Minister of law and human rights the number m. HH-01. PP. 5 in 2008 about the academic Manuscript Preparation Guidelines Draft Legislation; 13. the regulations of the province of Central Kalimantan Region number 4 of 2010 about the Long-term development plan of the regional province of Central Kalimantan in 2005-2025 (Sheet Area year 2010 Numbers 34); 14. Regulation of the province of Central Kalimantan Region number 1 in 2011 about the medium-term development plan of the regional province of Central Kalimantan in 2010 – 2015 (the sheet Area in 2011 No. 1); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of CENTRAL KALIMANTAN and CENTRAL KALIMANTAN GOVERNOR DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS on the ESTABLISHMENT of REGULATIONS KALIMANAN PROVINCES. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1-4-in the Regulation of this area is: 1. The area is the province of Central Kalimantan. 2. Local governance was the 56th Government Affairs by the local authorities and the regional House of representatives according to the principle of autonomy and Pembantuan with the principle of the autonomy of the widest breadth of in-system and the principle of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 3. The regional government is the head of the region and the area as the organizer of local governance. 4. The head of a Region is the Governor of the province of Central Kalimantan. 5. Representatives of the regional PARLIAMENT is hereinafter referred to as the House of representatives of the regional province of Central Kalimantan. 6. the governing body of the regional Legislation hereinafter referred Balegda is fittings the Central Kalimantan Provincial PARLIAMENT are fixed and set up by the Provincial Central Kalimantan to smoothen the implementation of the functions, duties and powers of the REPRESENTATIVES in the field of legislation upon legislation. 7. Regulation Areas hereinafter referred Perda is Regulation Central Kalimatan Province Area formed by the regional House of representatives shared with the approval of the Governor of the province. 8. Regional Legislation Program hereinafter referred Prolegda program planning instrument is the formation of the province of Central Kalimantan Area Regulations drafted programmatically, integrated, and systematic. 9. Formation of Perda is the process of making Change through the stages of planning, preparation, drafting, formulation, discussion, public test, attestation, enactment, and socialization. 10. The academic Manuscript is a manuscript or research studies on legal and other research results to a specific problem which can be scientifically justified about those problems arrangement in a draft local regulations as a solution to the problems and needs of the community. 11. The preparation of the Prolegda is the Setup process, a discussion assignment, and Prolegda. 12. Prolegda Management is the process of the implementation of the plan of formation of Perda as contained in Prolegda. 13. The law firm is an area that is in charge and responsible in the field regional invitation-laws. 14. Work Unit Device area which is hereinafter referred to as SEGWAY is a unit of Work in the area of environmental Devices Government of province of Central Kalimantan.
-5-CHAPTER II AIMS and OBJECTIVES article 2 the intention of drafting the Regulation on the establishment of Perda province of Central Kalimantan Region are: a. provide an objective picture about the General conditions in the area of legislation on local level; b. concoct a scale of priorities for preparing the Draft as a program Change sustainable and integrated as a guide along in formation of Perda; c. organizing synergy, pengharmonisasian, rounding and the establishment of the design Change between local governments and LEGISLATORS, in the formation of Perda; and d. provide an overview of the process of formation, discussion, dissemination, and enactment Perda. Article 3 the purpose of the establishment of the province of Central Kalimantan Perda is: a. accelerate the process of the formation of Perda as part of construction law; b. form a Perda as the Foundation and other development fields as well as adhesive to meet the expectations of the community in providing legal certainty, justice, law, and benefit, and reflects the truth, accommodating and aspirational; c. establish deterrent as an instrument of Change and dispute resolution as well as a regulator of behavior of community members; d. support efforts in realizing the rule of law and human rights (human rights); e. replace the Change that was not in accordance with the demands and needs of the community, as well as laws-the higher the invitation; and f. fill a void law as Director strategic environment changed very quickly, in accordance with the local government authority based on the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER III the PRINCIPLE of article 4 (1) Prolegda is based on the principle of: a. synergistically; b. mutual agreement; c. good faith;
-6-d. give priority to national interests of territorial integrity SO, community interests and pay attention to the specificity of the region; e. transparency; f. legal certainty; and/or g. benefit. (2) the establishment of a basic Change is based on: a. the clarity of purpose; b. institutional or official of the right-forming; c. conformity between the type and material of the charge; d. can be implemented; e. the navigability and kehasilgunaan; f. clarity of formulation; and g. openness. (3) the basic charge Perda Material reflecting: a. auspices; b. humanitarian; c. nationality; d. family; e. kenusantaraan; bhineka tunggal ika f.; g. Justice; h. in common position in law and Government; i. order and legal certainty; j. balance, harmony, and alignment; and/or k. distinctiveness of the region. CHAPTER IV is considered part of the PLANNING Authority article 5 of REGIONAL and provincial government authorities draw up and manage Prolegda in planning, integrated, and systematic implementation is coordinated by PARLIAMENT through Balegda. The second part of Paragraph 1 Prolegda Drafting Prolegda article 6-7 – (1) the preparation of the Prolegda implemented by Provincial and local governments province of Central Kalimantan. (2) Prolegda set for a period of 1 (one) years based on the priority scale of the formation of the draft regulations of the Provinces. (3) the preparation and determination of Prolegda province of Central Kalimantan is done every year before the determination of Draft Provincial Budget of Perda opinions and Shopping areas of the province. Article 7 preparation of the Prolegda province of Central Kalimantan as referred to in article 6 paragraph (1), the preparation of a draft list of Perda Province based on: a. command higher Legislation; b. regional development rencanaan; c. Organization of the autonomous region and the task pembantuan; and d. the aspirations of the community. Article 8 (1) the preparation of the Prolegda between Provincial and local governments coordinated by Provincial through Balegda. (2) preparation of Prolegda province in the Provincial Environment coordinated by Balegda.
-8-(3) the results of the preparation of the draft Prolegda in Balegda by the Chairman of the DPRD environment coordinated with the provincial government through the Bureau of Legal harmonization and synchronization of the draft Prolegda. (4) preparation of Prolegda province in the environment of local government dikoordinaskan by the law firm and can include instances of vertically related. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of Prolegda province in the LEGISLATIVE environment as referred to in paragraph (2) is set by the rules of LEGISLATIVE drafting in the environs of Prolegda while the regional Government of the province referred to in paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Governor. Article 9 (1) the results of the preparation of the Prolegda Provinces between Provincial and local governments of the province referred to in article 8 paragraph (1) agreed to become provincial and Prolegda set out in Provincial Plenary Meeting. (2) Prolegda the province referred to in subsection (1) is designated by a decision of the Provincial. Paragraph 2 of the Ordinance establishing the Draft Prolegda in the environment of the Government of the province of article 10 (1) preparation of the draft Prolegda surroundings the provincial government coordinated by the law firm. (2) law firm as referred to in paragraph (1) ask the SEGWAY or other planning work unit establishment of Design Change as mentioned on paragraph (1) will be conducted having regard to the provisions of article 4 paragraph (3). Article 11 (1) of the draft Prolegda plan as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) is submitted to the law firm. (2) in the case of SKPD, or other related work units as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) has devised an explanation as mentioned in article 10 paragraph (3) that is included in delivery of the concept of the establishment of the draft Prolegda. Article 12 (1) of the law firm doing pengharmonisasian, rounding, and the establishment of the concept of the establishment of the draft prolegda is received along with other SEGWAY and/or leadership-9-other related government agencies in a consultation forum. (2) Pengharmonisasian, rounding, and the establishment of the concept of the establishment of the draft Prolegda as referred to in subsection (1) is directed on realization of the harmony with regional development policy and the aspirations of the community, as well as national development goals as well as related legislation; (3) in conducting pengharmonisasian, rounding and the establishment of the concept of creation of the design of Prolegda, Balegda, the law firm along with the associated partners can organise dissemination through the mass media, public consultation or public test and comparative study; (4) in terms of the concept of the establishment of the draft Prolegda as referred to in paragraph (1) accompanied by an academic Manuscript, then the Foundation of the Academic Manuscript material in the discussion forum of consultation. (5) in the forum of consultation as referred to in paragraph (1) can be invited environmental experts from universities and organizations in the field of social, political, profession or other societal needs. Paragraph 3 the approval of the Governor and LEGISLATIVE coordination with Article 13 (1) the concept of formation of the Prolegda has obtained a draft of the harmony, roundness, and steadiness as referred to in article 10, by the law firm requested mandatory approval in writing prior to the Governor before coordinated with DPRD. (2) in the event that the Governor looked at the need to obtain further clarity and/or provide a referral against the concept of the establishment of the draft Prolegda, the Governor commissioned the law firm to coordinate the return of the concept formation of the Prolegda design with other SEGWAY and other related government agencies,-10-article 14 (1) coordination with the PARLIAMENT as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (1) is done through the Chairman of the Balegda in order synchronization and harmonization of the draft Prolegda. (2) the results of the coordination referred to in paragraph (1) by the law firm reported in writing to the Governor. Paragraph 4 of the draft Article Prolegda of LEGISLATIVE Environment in 15 (1) the results of the preparation of the draft Prolegda in the environment of PARLIAMENT consulted by the law firm to the SEGWAY and the leadership of other related government agencies, (2) the consultation referred to in paragraph (1) in order to pengharmonisasian, rounding, and the establishment of the concept of the establishment of the draft Prolegda, including readiness in the formation. Article 16 (1) the results of the preparation of the draft Prolegda in the environment of PARLIAMENT and the results of consultation as referred to in article 15, requested prior approval to the Governor before coordinated back with DPRD. (2) the approval of the Governor as referred to in paragraph (1) notified in writing to and simultaneously commissioned the head of the law firm to coordinate back with DPRD. Paragraph 5 of the material Prolegda article 17 (1) Prolegda load program formation of Perda arranged in: a. a list of the priority scale formation; and b. subject matter material to be arranged and dependencies with other legislation. (2) a list of the priority scale referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, compiled based on consideration of: a. the legislation orders is higher; b. related to Supercede other; c. continuation of the Prolegda of the previous year; d. oriented on the efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, and legal capacity; e. oriented in the protection of human rights;
-11-f. support efforts for the protection and management of the environment; g. supporting the grass roots economic development justice; h. supporting the development of the health sector; i. support the development of education; j. support performance improvement PARLIAMENT; k. directly touches the interest of the community to improve well-being; (3) the subject matter of the material to be arranged as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is a complete explanation in writing of each design concept formation of Perda consisting of: a. background; b. the purpose of the preparation; c. goals will be realized; d. Principal subjects mind, scope or object to be arranged; and e. range and direction settings. Paragraph 6 Prolegda Priority scale management and Article 18 (1) of the management of Prolegda directed in order to program the establishment of Perda and Prolegda, implemented in accordance with the scale set out priority list and meet the needs of the community. (2) if the program formation of Perda and Prolegda has yet to be resolved in the current year in accordance with a scale of priorities, the formation program of the Foundation of the Prolegda change next year with a scale of priority. Article 19 of the list of priorities of the scale referred to in article 17 paragraph (1) letter a compiled and discussed together based on the agreement between PARLIAMENT and the provincial government.
-12-article 20 (1) and in particular pay attention to the needs of the community, the program formation of Perda Prolegda can be held in the addition and/or altered the order of the priority scale based on mutual agreement between PARLIAMENT and the mutual agreement between PARLIAMENT and the provincial government. (2) Balegda should report changes the order of the scale of priority referred to in paragraph (1) at a plenary session of PARLIAMENT. (3) the Ordinance change priority scale based on a mutual agreement as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the rules of PARLIAMENT. Chapter V FORMATION and is considered Part of the formation TALKS STAGE Paragraph 1 Drafting of article 21 (1) Planning arrangement of Perda Province is done in Prolegda. (2) Planning arrangement of Perda as referred to in paragraph (1) with the title of the draft Perda province, the material is arranged, and dependencies with other invitation-militate. Paragraph 2 of the draft Perda section 22 (1) of the draft Perda Province can be derived from the Provincial or the Governor. (2) the draft that has been prepared by the Change of Governors submitted with a cover letter to the Governor of the DPRD. (3) the draft that has been prepared by Perda DPRD, delivered by the leadership of the PARLIAMENT to the Governor. (4) the draft Perda originating from LEGISLATORS or the Governor discussed by LEGISLATORS and the Governor for approval. (5) the draft Perda as mentioned on paragraph (3) and subsection (4) is submitted by the REPRESENTATIVES of all Members of PARLIAMENT, no later than 7 (seven) days before the Change discussed in the Draft Meeting Plenary.
-13-Article 23 (1) of the draft Perda as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (1) accompanied by an explanation or description and/or Academic Texts. (2) in the case of the draft Provincial Perda regarding: a. Budget revenues and Shopping areas of the province; b. Repeal Perda Province; or c. Changes Supercede the Province only limited change some material, accompanied by a description that contains the principal thought and material charge which is set. (3) the preparation of the manuscript Draft Academic Perda Province conducted in accordance with the academic Manuscript preparation technique. Article 24 (1) in certain circumstances, PARLIAMENT or Governor may submit Draft legislation programmes outside Perda. (2) if there are 2 (two) Drafts a Perda raised about the same thing, which is discussed is the draft Perda received in advance, whereas the draft Perda received then was used as a complement. Paragraph 3 of the draft LEGISLATIVE Article derived from Perda 25 Draft Perda originating from PARLIAMENT may be submitted by members of the PARLIAMENT, the Commission, the Joint Commission, or Balegda. Article 26 (1) of the draft proposed by the members of Perda DPRD, the Commission, the Joint Commission, or Balegda as referred to in article 25 was delivered in writing to the Chairman of PARLIAMENT accompanied by explanation or description and/or academic texts, lists the name and signature of proposers, and given the number of principal by the DPRD Secretariat. (2) the draft proposed by the members of Perda DPRD, the Commission, or a combination of the Commission, by the leadership of PARLIAMENT presented to Balegda to do the study. (3) the leadership of PARLIAMENT delivered the results of the study Balegda as referred to in paragraph (2) to the Plenary meeting of the PARLIAMENT. (4) the draft which has been examined by Perda Balegda as referred to paragraph (3) was delivered by the leadership of PARLIAMENT to all members of PARLIAMENT no later than 7 (seven) days before the meeting of the Plenary.
-14-(5) in the Plenary meeting of the PARLIAMENT as referred to paragraph (4): a. Proposers offer an explanation; b. provide a view Fraction; and c. the proposers to provide answers to your view of the fraction. (6) the DPRD Plenary Meeting decided the proposal Draft Perda as mentioned on paragraph (2), be either: a. Approval; b. Approval by the alteration; or c. a rejection. (7) in case of approval with the conversion, the REPRESENTATIVES commissioned Balegda to perfect the design of the Change. (8) the draft that has been prepared by Perda DPRD delivered with a letter to the Governor of LEGISLATIVE Leadership. Article 27 when in a time trial the Governor and LEGISLATORS delivered a Draft Perda on same material then being discussed is the draft presented by LEGISLATIVE Change, while the draft Perda delivered by the Governor are used as ingredients for the dipersandingkan. Paragraph 4 discussion of Article 28 (1) of the draft LEGISLATIVE environments and Change the design of the provincial government in an environment of Change discussed between PARLIAMENT and the provincial government to get the deal together. (2) design of Perda from PARLIAMENT as well as those derived from the Governor discussed between PARLIAMENT and the Government in a meeting. (3) meeting the discussion Draft Perda as mentioned on paragraph (2) may take place both within and outside the Office building of PARLIAMENT. (4) the implementation of a discussion Draft of LEGISLATIVE environment in the Change referred to in subsection (1) is coordinated by the DPRD through Balegda. The second stage of Talks Perda Paragraph 1 of article 29 Talks Stage-15-(1) design of Perda province that has coordinated and communicated to the leadership of the PARLIAMENT be consulted with to do the discussion. (2) the leadership of PARLIAMENT submit Draft Perda referred to subsection (1) to the Balegda to study. (3) Balegda within 3 (three) working days give consideration to the leadership of the PARLIAMENT. (4) the draft along with consideration of the Balegda province of Perda, discussed in a joint meeting of committees with the Government to get a deal together. (5) the draft Perda which has gained a mutual agreement between the PARLIAMENT and the Government of the province referred to in subsection (4) is submitted in Plenary Meeting to set as Perda provinces poured in the form of a joint Decision between the Governor and LEGISLATORS. Article 30 (1) of the draft Perda originating from LEGISLATORS or the Governor is done through two (2) levels of the talks, that the talks the talk of level I and level II. (2) the talk of level I referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. in the event that the Governor is derived from Perda Design done with activities as follows: 1) description the Governor in Plenary Meetings concerning the design of Perda; General view of the fraction 2) against which the Perda; and 3) Response and/or answer to the Governor against the common view of the faction. b. in the event the draft PeraturanDaerah is derived from the DPRD done with activities as follows: 1) explanation of the Proposers and/or Balegda in the Plenary Meeting on the draft Perda; 2) the opinion of the Governor against a draft of Perda; and 3) Response and/or reply proposers and/or Balegda against the opinion of the Governor. c. the discussion in the meeting of the Commission, the Joint Commission, or the Special Committee conducted along with Governors or officials who are appointed to represent him. d. the final Opinion delivered by the end of the deliberations of the Fraction as intended the letter c. (3) the talk of level II as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. decision making in Plenary Meeting which was preceded by:-16-1) submission of the report of the Chairman of the Commission/Commission Joint Chairman/Chairman for Special Committee containing a discussion of the process, the final opinion of the Faction and the results of the talks as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c and d; and 2) Request approval of Members orally by the Chairman of the House Plenary Meeting. b. the final opinion of the Governor. (4) in the case of approval as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a number 2 can not be achieved in the deliberations to consensus, decisions are taken on the basis of the most votes. (5) in the event that the draft does not Supercede shared between the approval of the Governor and LEGISLATORS, the draft should not Supercede filed again in the trial of LEGISLATIVE time. Article 31 (1) of the draft Perda irrevocably before discussed together by LEGISLATORS and the Governor. (2) the withdrawal of the draft Perda as mentioned on paragraph (1) by the DPRD, performed with the decision of the leadership of the PARLIAMENT with the reason of withdrawal. (3) the recall of Draft Change as mentioned on paragraph (1) by the Governor, delivered in a letter the Governor accompanied reasons of withdrawal. (4) the draft being discussed only Perda irrevocably upon mutual agreement of PARLIAMENT and the Governor. (5) the recall of Draft Change referred to in paragraph (1) can only be made in the Plenary meeting of the PARLIAMENT attended by the Governor. (6) design of a Perda withdrawn could not be asked again during the same session. Paragraph 2 the determination of article 32 (1) of the draft Perda approved jointly by PARLIAMENT and the Governor submitted by PARLIAMENT to the Governor for a set to be a Perda. (2) submission of Draft Change referred to in subsection (1) is carried out for a period of at least 7 (seven) days counted from the date of approval of the joint. Article 33 (1) of the draft Perda as stipulated in article 29 set by the Governor by appending a signature at the latest 30 (thirty) days since the Drafts the approved jointly by Perda LEGISLATORS and the Governor.
-17-(2) in case the draft Perda as mentioned on paragraph (1) was not signed by the Governor at least 30 (thirty) days since the Drafts the approved Change together, Draft legal Perda became mandatory and Perda enacted in the piece. (3) in the event that legitimately Perda referred in paragraph (2), revoke the sentence then reads "Perda was declared valid." (4) the phrase which reads an endorsement referred to in subsection (3) must be affixed on the last page of the manuscript before enactment Perda Perda into Sheet area. (5) effective upon promulgation in Perda Sheet area. (6) the draft BUDGETS relating to Supercede, local tax, a levy on the area, and spatial area before set should be evaluated by the Government and/or the Governor in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (7) Change after enactment in the piece area should be submitted to the Government and/or the Governor in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (8) Change as referred to in paragraph (6), should not be contrary to the public interest, the higher Legislation and Perda to another. CHAPTER VI DISCUSSION and DETERMINATION of PERDA BUDGETS Article 34 (1) no later than the first week in October before the end of the fiscal year the Governor is obligated to deliver the draft Budget of income and Perda Shopping Areas as well as more attachments to the DPRD. (2) the leadership of PARLIAMENT submit Draft Perda referred to in subsection (1) to the Agency's budget to obtain his opinion. (3) the opinion of the Agency's Budget as referred to in paragraph (2) was submitted to the commissions as material for discussion. (4) discussion of the draft Budget of income and Perda Shopping Area following the provisions of article 29 of this Perda. (5) the discussion of the draft Budget on changes in Income Change and Shopping Area calculation of the GRANT follows the provisions of article 30 of this Perda. Article 35 (1) of the draft Budget of income and Perda Shopping Areas set out no later than 1 (one) month after the determination of the Budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues for the fiscal year that runs.
-18-(2) the draft Budget Computation of Income Change and a Shopping area for the applicable fiscal year before, submitted no later than three (3) months after the fiscal year ends. (3) the draft Budget on changes in Income Change and a Shopping Area are submitted no later than three (3) months before the fiscal year ends. (4) if deemed necessary to smooth the discussion Raperda BUDGETS (both designation, change or calculation), the budget Agency may form a team of Framers.
-19-CHAPTER VII CHARGE tax, a LEVY on SPATIAL and Article 36 (1) charge about taxes at least Perda contains provisions on: a. the name, object, and the subject is taxes; b. Basic imposition, tariffs, taxation and ways; c. pemunggutan area; d. Tax Period; e. assignment; f. billing and payment procedures; g. expiration; h. administrative sanctions; and i. validity period start date. (2) charge about levy most Perda bit contains a provision concerning: a. the name, object, and the subject of Retribution; b. the Levy; c. how to measure the level of use of the service in question; d. the principles embraced in the determination of the structure and size of the set fee Levy; e. voting area; f. determination of payment, the place of payment; g. administrative sanctions; h. billing; i. removal of accounts receivable Levies that expires; and j. start date of validity period. (3) charge Perda about Spatial area of the province at least contains a provision concerning: a. the purpose, policy, and strategy of the spatial area of the province; b. structure of the space of the province area plan which includes the urban system within its territory with regard to the rural area in the region of his Ministry and network system infrastructure of the province; c. plan the pattern space is the province that include protected areas and areas of cultivation that has strategic value to the province; d. determination of the strategic areas of the province; e. landing space utilization of the province area that contains an indication of the main program mid-term five-yearly; and-20-f. directives control the utilization of the space of the province area that contains an indication of the direction of praturan zoning system the province, landing permissions, referral incentives and disincentives, as well as referral of sanctions. CHAPTER VIII of the DRAFT DISSEMINATION PERDA PROLEGDA and Article 37 (1) deployment of the Prolegda carried out by the PARLIAMENT and local governments since the preparation of the Prolegda, the preparation of the draft, the draft discussion Supercede Perda, until the enactment Perda. (2) Dissemination as referred to in subsection (1) is conducted to provide information and/or obtain the input of the community and stakeholders. Article 38 (1) the deployment of Prolegda is done jointly by the PARLIAMENT and local governments that are dikoordinaskan by Balegda. (2) Dissemination Racangan Perda originating from PARLIAMENT held by Balegda. (3) Deployment Draft Perda originating from the Secretariat was implemented by the Regional Governor. Article 39 (1) deployment of the Province has enacted a Change in Regional Gazette conducted jointly by PARLIAMENT and the regional Government of the province. (2) the paper should be distributed a Perda is a copy of the script that had been enacted in the Area, additional Sheets Sheet area, and regional news. CHAPTER IX PUBLIC PARTICIPATION article 40 (1) the community has the right to give feedback verbally and/or written in the formation of Perda.
-21-(2) Input verbally and/or in writing referred to in subsection (1) may be made through: a. public hearing; b. working visits; c. socialization; and/or d. seminars, workshops, and/or discussion. e. a formal letter in writing accompanied with a clear identity or orally. (3) the community as referred to in paragraph (1) are those individuals or groups of people who have an interest over the substance of the draft Perda. (4) to facilitate the public to give feedback verbally and/or in writing referred to in subsection (1), every Design Change should be easily accessible by the public. CHAPTER X Chapter 41 FINANCING Financing the formation of Perda charged to the budget of income and Beranja areas, through: a. the DPRD Budget for planning, drafting, discussion, enactment and dissemination are arranged in an environment of PARLIAMENT; and b. the budget law firm, SEGWAY and or other relevant agencies for planning, drafting, discussion, enactment and dissemination are arranged in an environment of the provincial government.
-22-CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 42 regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece of the regional province of Central Kalimantan. Set in Palangka Raya on December 14, 2011 GOVERNOR of Central KALIMANTAN, ttd AGUSTIN TERRACE NARANG Enacted in Palangka Raya on 14 December 2011 REGIONAL SECRETARY of the PROVINCE of CENTRAL KALIMANTAN, ttd SIUN SHEET CENTRAL KALIMANTAN PROVINCES in 2011 number 6 Copies in accordance with the original HEAD of the LAW FIRM SETDA PROVINCE of CENTRAL KALIMANTAN, HAMZAH AMIR k. HADI
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