Government Regulation Number 28 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 28 Tahun 2011

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 56, 2011 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5217) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 28 in 2011 ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of the NATURAL and the ASYLUM AREA PRESERVATION of NATURE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that to improve the management of asylum in the Region and the Nature Conservation need to divide areas within zones or block working area management area so that the management can be done maximally and in order to implement the provisions of article 16 subsection (2), article 17 paragraph (3), article 29 paragraph (2), article 31, article 32, article 35, and article 37 of the Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources and Biodiversity, the ecosystem has been enacted Government Regulation Number 68 in 1998 about the area of Natural Preservation and the Sanctuary of nature;
b. that the management of the natural and the asylum area preservation is currently not able to adopt the needs in the community regarding the strategic environmental changes both national and international;
c. that the Government Regulation Number 68 in 1998 about the Asylum Area nature and natural conservation Areas is not fully capable of facilitating the development referred to in subparagraph b;
d. that based on considerations as referred to in subparagraph b and c need to set Government regulations about the management of the area and the Preservation of the natural Sanctuary of nature.
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) and article 33 paragraph (3) of the Constitution of 1945 as amended by the fourth Change Laws of the Constitution of 1945;
2. Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources, the ecosystem and Biodiversity (State Gazette Number 49 in 1990, additional State Gazette Number 3419);
Decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of the AREA and the PRESERVATION of the NATURAL SANCTUARY of nature.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation the definition: 1. The area of the Nature Sanctuary next abbreviated KSA is a region with particular characteristics, both on land and in the waters that functions as the principal areas of preservation of the diversity of plants and animals and the ecosystem that also serves as a buffer system of life.
2. Natural Preservation Area further abbreviated KPA is a region with particular characteristics, both mainland as well as the waters had functioning of principal protection buffer system of life, preserving the diversity of plants and animals, as well as the sustainable utilization of natural resources, the ecosystem and biodiversity.
3. Management of the KPA and KSA is an effort being made to systematically manage the area through planning, protection, preservation, utilization, monitoring and control.
4. Natural resources biodiversity is the biological elements in nature, consisting of vegetable natural resources (plants) and natural resources animal (animal) which together with the surrounding non biodiversity as a whole make up the ecosystem.
5. The ecosystem is a system of reciprocal relationships between elements in nature, both biological (vegetation and wildlife as well as the remains of miniscule) and non biological (soil and rocks, water, air, climate) are interdependent and the influence of affect in a communion of life.
6. Habitat is the environment where plants and/or wildlife can live and breed naturally.
7. Natural Reserve is a natural state of affairs because the KSA has specificity/uniqueness of plants and/or plant diversity along with its symptoms and natural ecosystem that needs protection and preservation efforts in order for the existence and development can take place naturally.
8. Wildlife is KSA that have specificity/uniqueness types of wildlife and/or wildlife diversity for survival requires protection and coaching against the population and its Habitat.
9. National Park is the original ecosystem has KPA, managed by the zoning system is utilized for the purpose of research, science, education, support the cultivation, tourism, and recreation.
10. Children of the forest Kingdom is KPA for the purpose of the collection of plants and/or animals that are natural or not natural, original type and/or not original type, which is not invasive and utilized for the benefit of research, science, education, support the cultivation, culture, tourism, and recreation.
11. Children's nature tourism is harnessed primarily to KPA interests of natural and recreational tourism.
12. Preservation (preservation) is an attempt to keep and maintain the diversity of plants and animals along with their ecosystems both inside and outside its Habitat so that its existence is not extinct, stay balanced and dynamic in its development.
13. The utilization of plants and wildlife is the utilization of plants and animals with attention to continuity of power potential, support, and diversity of plants and wildlife.
14. The utilization of environmental conditions is utilization of the potential of ecosystems, the State of the climate, natural phenomena, the specificity of the types and cultural relics in KPA.
15. the germplasm is the substance of life carriers of hereditary traits can be either organs or parts of plants or animals as well as remains miniscule.
16. Animals are all kinds of natural resources animal living on land and/or water and/or in the air.
17. Wildlife is wildlife, wild nature still has the purity and genetic types that live in the wild or domesticated by humans.
18. The plant is all types of plant-based natural resources, whether living on land or in the water.
7. Captive breeding efforts is through reproduction and enlargement of the seeds/seedlings or saplings from wild plants and wildlife, both in and outside of its native habitat, while paying attention to and maintain the genetic type and purity.
20. The role of the community is an active part of the community for the purpose of realizing management participated KSA and KPA.
21. Business entity is a State-owned enterprise, regional-owned enterprises, private-owned enterprises and cooperatives.
22. The Minister is the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of forestry.
Article 2 management of KSA and KPA aims to preserve the diversity of plants and animals in order to prevent the extinction of species, protect the buffer system of life, and the utilization of keanakeragaman biodiversity sustainably.

Article 3 scope of the arrangements in this Regulation include: a. the determination of KSA and KPA;

b. Organization of the KSA and KPA;

c. cooperation of the Organization of the KSA and KPA;

d. buffer areas;

e. funding; and f. the empowerment and participation of the community.

CHAPTER II DETERMINATION of KSA and KPA is considered Part of the General article 4 (1) KSA consists of: a. the nature reserve; and b. the animal sanctuary. (2) KPA consists of: a. the National Park;

b. Forest Garden Kingdom; and c. the garden of nature tourism.
Article 5 (1) KPA and KSA as referred to in article 4 determined by the Minister.
(2) an area designated as KSA and KPA as referred to in subsection (1) if it meets the criteria.
The second part of the criteria of article 6 criteria of a region may be appointed and designated as a natural reserve area as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter a include: a. has a diversity of plant species and/or wildlife that is incorporated in an ecosystem;
b. have good natural conditions, plants and/or wildlife that physically still original and has not been compromised;
c. There are communities of plants and/or a rare ecosystem and its wildlife and/or endangered keberadaaannya; d. has a certain biota formations and/or units constituting;
e. have a broad enough and specific forms of support management effectively and guarantee the continuation of the process ecological in nature; and/or f. had the characteristic of potential and can be a example ecosystems whose existence requires conservation efforts.
Article 7 criteria for a region may be appointed and designated as a wildlife area as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter b include: a. is a great place to live and breed one or several types of rare animals and/or almost extinct; b. have the diversity and high animal populations;

c. was the birthplace and life for certain types of animal migration; and/or d. has broad enough as a species habitat.

Article 8 Criteria an area can be designated and established as a national park area as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter a include: a. have natural resources biodiversity and ecosystems typical and unique natural and intact as well as the unique nature of the symptoms; b. have one or several ecosystems intact;
c. have a broad enough to ensure the survival of naturally ecological process; and d. is the area that can be divided into a core zone, a zone of the jungle zone, utilization, and/or other zones in accordance with the requirement.
Article 9 criteria of an area can be designated and defined as a forest garden area referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter b include: a. have a natural beauty and/or symptoms of nature;
b. have an area which allows for the development of the collection of plants and/or animals; and c. is a region with good homemade, or at the area that is still intact, the ecosystem or area that the ecosystem has changed.
Article 10 criteria of a region may be appointed and designated as a natural park area as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. has a natural attraction in the form of plants, animals or landscapes, natural geological formations and symptoms are unique;

b. have a broad enough to ensure sustainability potential and attraction of nature for the benefit of tourism and recreation; and c. the surrounding environmental conditions support the efforts of the development of tourism of nature.
Article 11 Appointment and determination of an area that meets the criteria as KSA and KPA as referred to in article 6 to article 10 is carried out by the Minister in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

CHAPTER III organization of the KSA and KPA is considered Part of the General article 12 (1) conducting of KSA and KPA except forest Kingdom is done by the Government.
(2) to forest park, the first carried out by the provincial government or the Government of the district/city.
(3) conducting of KSA and KPA by the Administration referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the unit manager set up by Ministers.
(4) the Organization of forest park by the Government of the province or district/city governments as intended in paragraph (2) was performed by the provider of the unit formed by the Governor or Regent/Mayor.
(5) Unit Manager referred to in subsection (3) and paragraph (4) was formed based on the criteria established by the Minister.
Article 13 conduct of the KPA and KSA as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) includes the following activities: a. the planning;

b. protection;

c. preservation;

d. utilization; and e. the conformity evaluation function.

The second part of Paragraph 1 General Planning Section Planning 14 KPA and KSA as stipulated in article 13 the letter a include: a. an inventory of potential areas;

b. Setup area;

c. preparation of the management plan.

Paragraph 2 of article 15 of the area's potential Inventory (1) an inventory of the potential of the area referred to in Article 2 letter a is performed by the unit manager to obtain data and information potential of the area.
(2) the Data and information referred to in subsection (1) includes aspects of ecological, economic and socio-cultural.
(3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of an inventory of potential is set by regulation of the Minister.
Paragraph 3 Setup area of article 16 (1) the arrangement of the area referred to in Article 2 letter b include: a. the preparation of zoning or block management;

b. work area setup.
(2) Zoning management as referred to in paragraph (1) was performed on the area of the National Park.
(3) the block of management as referred to in subsection (1) done on the KSA and KPA in addition to the National Park.
Article 17 (1) Drafting zones or block management as stipulated in article 16 of the letter a is done by unit managers to pay attention to the results of the public consultation with communities around KSA or KPA and the provincial government and/or district/city governments.
(2) zoning or blocks as mentioned in subsection (1) is done by the Minister or the designated official.
Article 18 (1) of the management Zones on the area of the National Park referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) includes the following: a. the core zone;

b. utilization zone;

c. the jungle zone; and/or d. other zones in accordance with interest.
(2) Zoning referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister or the designated officer based on the criteria.
(3) further Provisions on the criteria referred to in subsection (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 19 (1) Block management in KSA and KPA in addition to the National Park referred to in article 16 paragraph (3) include the following: a. blocks protection;

b. block utilization; and c. other blocks.
(2) the block referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister or the designated officer based on the criteria.
(3) further Provisions on the criteria referred to in subsection (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 20 (1) arrangement of work areas referred to in article 16 paragraph (1) letter b include: a. the Division of the region into the unit manager and sexy working area;

b. Division of sexy work areas into smaller units.
(2) the Division of working area as referred to in subsection (1) is based on the limits of the territory of administrative government area and/or keragamanan of natural resources, the ecosystem and biodiversity.
Paragraph 4 the preparation of management plan of article 21 (1) KPA and KSA management plan referred to in Article 2 letter c compiled by the unit manager.
(2) the preparation of the management plan and KSA KPA as referred to in paragraph (1) will be conducted based on the results of the inventory data and information referred to in Article 15.
Section 22 (1) KPA and KSA management plan consists of: a. a long-term plan;

b. short-term plans.
(2) long-term plan as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a for a period of 10 (ten) years.
(3) long-term plan as referred to in paragraph (2) be evaluated at least once within 5 (five) years.
(4) a short term Plan referred to in subsection (1) letter b for a period of 1 (one) year.
Article 23 (1) of the long-term management plan at least contain: a. a vision;

b. Mission;

c. strategy;

d. current conditions;

e. the desired conditions;

f. zone and block;

g. funding sources;

h. institutional; and i. monitoring and evaluation.
(2) short term management plan was drawn up based on the long-term plan that has been endorsed by the Minister or the designated official.
(3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of the management plan is governed by regulation of the Minister.
The third part of the protection Article 24 (1) protection on the KSA and KPA as stipulated in article 13 the letter b include the protection of ecosystem area of life. (2) the protection referred to in subsection (1), performed through: a. the prevention, mitigation, and limitation of damage caused by humans, livestock, nature, infasif species, pests, and diseases; b. do the safeguards area effectively;
(3) the implementation of the protection areas referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The fourth part of preservation the paragraph 1 of article 25 General Preservation as stipulated in article 13 of the letter c covers: a. the management of wildlife and plant species and their habitats;

b. determination of the wildlife corridor;

c. recovery of ecosystems;

d. closure of the area.

Paragraph 2 the management of Wildlife and plant species along with their habitats Article 26 (1) management of plants and animals and their habitats as stipulated in article 25 the letter a include: a. the identification of the types of plants and animals;

b. inventory of plants and wildlife;

c. monitoring;

d. construction of habitat and population;

e. type of rescue; and f. research and development.
(2) further Provisions regarding the management of plants and animals and their habitats referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Paragraph 3 Wildlife Corridor Designation of article 27 (1) the determination of the wildlife corridors as stipulated in article 25 the letter b is done to prevent the occurrence of conflicts of interest between people and wildlife as well as facilitate wildlife move in accordance jelajahnya area from one area to another area.
(2) the management of the wildlife corridors referred to in subsection (1) is carried out jointly by the area manager of the unit or the Regent area/region are connected by wildlife corridors.
Article 28 (1) Wildlife Corridor Designation referred to in article 27 paragraph (1) in the region instead of the forest area is designated jointly by the head of unit area manager with the head of the unit of work devices.
(2) Wildlife Corridor Designation referred to in article 27 paragraph (1) in the area of forest designated jointly by the head of unit manager area connected by wildlife corridors.
Paragraph 4 of article 29 Ecosystem Restoration (1) Recovery of ecosystems referred to in Article 25 of the letter c is done to restore the structure, function, population dynamics, and biodiversity and ecosystem. (2) the restoration of ecosystems referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through: a. the mechanisms of nature;

a. rehabilitation; and b. the restoration.
(3) the natural Mechanism as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a is done by keeping and protecting ecosystems so that ecosystem recovery process can take place naturally.
(4) the rehabilitation referred to in paragraph (2) letter b is done through planting or enriched with varieties of types of native plants or ever grow naturally in that location.
(5) Restoration as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c can be done through the activities of maintenance, protection, planting, enriched plants and wildlife, or pelepasliaran wildlife breeding results or relocate wildlife from other locations.
(6) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of ecosystem restoration in KSA and KPA is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Article 30 (1) Restoration and rehabilitation as stipulated in article 29 paragraph (2) letter b and c can be done by business entities.
(2) to perform restoration or rehabilitation, business entities must obtain permission from the Minister.
(3) business entities that have obtained the permission referred to in subsection (2) is required: a. do the safeguards and the protection of biodiversity and ecosystems;

b. drafting plans for long term and short term;

c. involve and empower local communities; and d. utilization and devised a plan to pay the levy for the restoration activities.
(4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for obtaining a permit as well as the implementation of restoration and rehabilitation by the business entity is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Paragraph 5 of the closure Area


Article 31 in case there are conditions that could potentially damage threatens the sustainability of the KPA and KSA and/or conditions that may threaten the safety of visitors or plant life and wildlife, unit manager KSA or KPA can perform the termination of certain activities and/or close the area partially or completely for a period of time.

The fifth part of the utilization of Paragraph 1 KPA and KSA General Article 32 (1) utilization of KSA and KPA as stipulated in article 13 of the letter d can be done on all KSA and KPA.
(2) the activities of the utilization of KSA and KPA as referred to in paragraph (1) do not damage the landscape and change the function of the KSA and KPA. (3) the activities of the utilization of KSA and KPA consists of: a. the utilization of environmental conditions; and b. the utilization of plants and wildlife.
Paragraph 2 of article 33 utilization of Reserves reserves can be exploited for activities: a. research and development science;

b. education and improvement of kesadartahuan nature conservation;

c. absorption and/or carbon storage; and d. the utilization of germplasm resource for supporting aquaculture.

Paragraph 3 of article 34 Wildlife utilization of wildlife can be utilized for activities: a. research and development science;

b. education and improvement of kesadartahuan nature conservation;
c. storage and/or carbon sequestration, the utilization of water and energy water, heat, and wind as well as nature tourism is limited; and d. the utilization of germplasm resource for supporting aquaculture.

Paragraph 4 utilization of National Park Article 35 (1) of the National Park can be used for activities: a. research and development science;

b. education and improvement of kesadartahuan nature conservation;
c. storage and/or carbon sequestration, the utilization of water and energy water, heat, and wind as well as natural attractions; d. utilization of plants and wildlife;

e. utilization of germplasm resource for supporting aquaculture;

f. utilization of traditional.
(2) the traditional Utilization as referred to in paragraph (1) letter f activities could be a vote of non timber forest products, cultivation of traditional as well as traditional hunting is limited to the type that is not protected.
Paragraph 5 the utilization of Forest Parks Article 36 (1) Garden forest can be used for activities: a. research and development in science and technology;

b. education and improvement kesadartahuan conservation;

c. collection of wealth of biodiversity;
d. storage and/or carbon sequestration, the utilization of water and energy water, heat, and wind as well as natural attractions;
e. utilization of plants and wildlife in order to support the cultivation in the form of provision of germplasm; f. traditional utilization by local people; and g. the captive breeding of animals or in order duplication plants artificially controlled environment.
(1) the traditional Utilization as referred to in paragraph (1) letter f activities could be a vote of non timber forest products, cultivation of traditional as well as traditional hunting is limited to the type that is not protected.
Paragraph 6 utilization of children's nature tourism Article 37 children's nature tourism can be utilized for activities: a. storage and/or carbon sequestration, the utilization of water and energy water, heat, and wind as well as natural attractions; b. research and development science;

c. education and improvement of kesadartahuan nature conservation;

d. utilization of germplasm resource for supporting aquaculture;
e. breeding in order to hatching eggs and/or enlargement of plantlets derived from nature; and f. the traditional utilization by local people.

Paragraph 7 Permits the utilization of KSA and KPA Article 38 (1) utilization of KSA and KPA as stipulated in article 33, article 34, article 35, Article 37, and can only be made after obtaining permission from the Minister or a designated officer.
(2) utilization of forest park Kingdom as stipulated in article 36 may only be made after obtaining permission from the Governor or Regent/Mayor in accordance with its designated officers.
Article 39 (1) Every holder of a permit utilization of KSA and KPA is obligated to pay dues and charges. (2) a levy and the levy referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. tuition business license; and b. the levy over the results of the utilization of environmental conditions.
(3) Dues and collection utilization of KSA and KPA as referred to in subsection (2) constitutes acceptance of the country instead of taxes.
(4) the Dues and charges referred to in subsection (2) is not subject to the permission of restoration and rehabilitation permit.
(5) the levy over the results of utilization as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b is worn every year or every activity the utilization of environmental conditions.
Article 40 (1) utilization of KSA and KPA for nature tourism as well as the utilization of plants and wildlife was conducted in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) further Provisions concerning the utilization of the KPA and KSA for storage and/or carbon sequestration, the utilization of water, energy and water, heat, and wind is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
The sixth part of the evaluation of the Conformity Function of article 41 (1) KSA and KPA in periodic evaluation every 5 (five) years or as needed.
(2) the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) will be conducted to find out the conformity function of KSA and KPA.
(3) the evaluation of the suitability of the functions referred to in subsection (2) is performed by the technical team set up by the Minister.
(4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of the evaluation of the conformity function of KSA and KPA is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Article 42 (1) the results of the evaluation of the suitability of the functions referred to in Article 41 are used as the basis for consideration in determining follow-up organization of KSA and KPA.
(2) conducting follow-up KSA and KPA as referred to in paragraph (1) may be the restoration of ecosystems and/or change the function of the KSA and KPA.
(3) change of function of the KSA and KPA as referred to in paragraph (2) is conducted in accordance with the legislation.
Chapter V COOPERATION ORGANIZATION of the KSA and KPA Article 43 (1) conducting of KSA and KPA can be cooperated with international institutions, business entities, or other parties. (2) cooperation as referred to in paragraph (1) may be made to: a. strengthening the functions of the KSA and KPA; and b. the interests of strategic development that cannot be dielakan.
(3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for a cooperation organization of the KSA and KPA is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
CHAPTER VI BUFFER AREA Article 44 (1) the Government and the local governments have to set the area that borders the region of KSA and KPA as a buffer to keep the integrity of the KPA and KSA.
(2) a buffer Area referred to in subsection (1) may include protected forest areas, forest production, as well as the forest rights, free State land or land that is vested with rights.
Article 45 (1) buffer Area in the forest area protected or designated production forest area and/or assigned by the Minister or the designated official.
(2) a buffer Area outside of the area of protected forest or forested areas of production are set by local governments of provinces or kabupaten/kota in accordance with those powers.
(3) the determination of the buffer area outside the boundary of the area of protected forest or forest area of production is carried out with integrated fixed respecting the rights owned by the holder of the rights.
(4) the Government and the local governments should conduct the management of buffer areas through: a. the preparation of buffer area management plan;

b. rehabilitation, utilization, protection and security; and c. the coaching function buffer area. (5) the construction of the functions referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. increased understanding of the people against biological resource conservation and the ecosystem;
b. increasing the community's knowledge and skills to improve kesejahteraannya; and c. increase the productivity of the land.
(6) a buffer area management plan referred to in subsection (4) a management plan refer to the KSA and KPA concerned and regional development plans.
Article 46 of the management of the buffer area is a land that has burdened the rights carried out by the holder of the right in question by considering buffer area management plan referred to in Article 45 paragraph (6).

Article 47 the procedures for designation and management of the buffer area is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER VII Article 48 FUNDING Funding management of the KPA and KSA sourced on the STATE BUDGET or other sources of funds and GRANT appropriate legislation.

CHAPTER VIII the EMPOWERMENT and PARTICIPATION of the COMMUNITY is considered part of the community empowerment of article 49 (1) Governments, provincial governments and district/city governments should empower communities around the KPA and KSA in order to improve kesejahteraannya.
(2) the empowerment of the community as referred to in subsection (1) includes capacity building for communities and granting access to the utilization of KSA or KPA.
(3) the empowerment of the community as referred to in paragraph (2) is performed through: a. the development of the village of conservation;
b. granting permission to glean non timber forest products in the zone or block utilization, permits the utilization of traditional concession services permissions, as well as natural attractions; c. facilitation of partnerships with forest utilization permit holder community.
(4) the permit referred to in subsection (3) the letter b issued by the head of unit manager in accordance with the management plan.
(5) a permit referred to in subsection (4) does not constitute a right of ownership of the KSA and KPA and prohibited memindahtangankan or mengagunkan permission.
(6) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the further empowerment of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) to paragraph (5) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
The second part the role of the Community And article 50 of the community has the right to: a. find out the management plan KSA and KPA;

b. provide information, advice, as well as considerations in organizing the KPA and KSA; c. to conduct surveillance against holding of KSA and KPA; and d. maintain and nurture the KSA and KPA.

CHAPTER IX miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 51 the Government can propose a KSA or KPA as natural world heritage (world heritage site), a biosphere reserve, or as a venue for international wildlife migration (ramsar site) to the authorized international institutions to set in accordance with the criteria specified by the international institutions concerned.

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 52 (1) of the KPA and KSA has been appointed and/or specified, based on the regulations remain in force by virtue of this Regulation.
(2) the permission of pemanfataan and the use of forest areas that have been published in accordance with the provisions of the regulations of the legislation before the area was designated as the KSA and KPA or appointed and/or set up as a buffer area, remain in force until the expiration of the permit.
(3) the provisions of this Regulation are not yet regulated or not regulated explicitly in cooperation management of KSA and KPA signed prior to government regulation is established, within a period of at least 1 (one) year mandatory Government Regulations comply with this.
CHAPTER X the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 53 (1) at the time of the enactment of this Regulation began, existing implementation regulations and does not conflict with government regulation is stated remains valid.
(2) at the time of the enactment of this Regulation began, government regulation Number 68 in 1998 about KSA and KPA was declared repealed and not applicable.
Article 54 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

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

Established in Jakarta on 19 May 2011 PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on 19 May 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA PATRIALIS AKBAR fnFooter ();