The National Narcotics Agency Regulation Number 1 Of 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Badan Narkotika Nasional Nomor 1 Tahun 2011

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bn190-2011. doc REGULATIONS NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD No. 1 in 2011 ABOUT TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS for PREPARING the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY COOPERATION with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY, Considering: a. that criminal acts are organized and transnational Narcotics made using high modus operandi, advanced technology, supported by a broad network of organizations, and there have been many cause casualties, especially among the younger generation that are very dangerous to the life of the community State, nation, and thus in preventing and eradicating the misuse and illicit traffic in Narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs is a joint task, either Government or the community; b. the National Narcotics Agency that as focal points in carrying out prevention and eradication efforts of the abuse and illicit traffic in Narcotics and precursors of narcotic drugs in carrying out the tasks and functions need to be doing the same work, either by government agencies or by the community; c. that the cooperation required an implementation guidelines to be made in the creation and implementation of cooperation in the environment of the National Narcotics Agency; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and need to set the rules of the National Narcotics Agency Head technical instructions about the preparation of the National Narcotics Agency Cooperation; Remember: 1. Act No. 35 of 2009 about Illegals (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 143 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5062); 2. Presidential regulation Number 23 in 2010 of the National Narcotics Agency. 3. Presidential Instruction No. 3 of 2002, concerning the prevention and eradication of Misuse and Illicit Narcotics; 4. The National Narcotics Agency Head Regulation number 3 of 2010 about the Organization and governance of the National Narcotics Agency Work; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id decide: define: REGULATIONS of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT the PREPARATION of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY COOPERATION. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation, the definition of: 1. The National Narcotics Agency hereinafter abbreviated BNN is a Non Government agencies of the Ministry who has duties and functions in the field of the prevention and eradication of abuse and illicit traffic in narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, and Prekusor as well as other addictive material unless material is addictive for tobacco and alcohol are hereinafter referred to as P4GN. 2. Cooperation is any activity undertaken by the BNN functionally with other parties mainly elements of Government, law enforcement, agency, agencies, other agencies and the public, which poured in a written cooperation. 3. Ministry of State of the Ministry are hereinafter called the device the Government certain Affairs wing in Government. 4. Non Governmental ministries subsequently abbreviated to LPNK is a government body which was formed based on the provisions of laws-a structured invitation to outside organizations ministries. 5. Community Components are all elements of society, whether incorporated or not incorporated law law, who have duties to the public interest or that serves as a means of public participation in the development of the nation and the country through the efforts of P4GN. Article 2 (1) the purpose of this regulation is made as a guideline for the work units of the BNN in drawing up cooperation. (2) the purpose of establishing these regulations ensuring the drafting of cooperation in the implementation of BNN and agencies/others. Article 3 Cooperation organized by BNN is carried out with the principles: a. the efficiency; b. effective; c. synergistically; d. mutually beneficial; e. in good faith; f. prioritize national interests; g. equations for the position; and h. transparent. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id CHAPTER II FORM and SIGNING the COOPERATION Section is considered a form of article 4 (1) BNN authorities do cooperation with Ministries/LPNK, and/or other components of the community in accordance with the provisions of perundangan-undangan. (2) the cooperation referred to in paragraph (1), made in writing and set forth in the form of: a. the memorandum of understanding; and/or b. Cooperation Agreement. (3) the memorandum of understanding referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, is the understanding of thinking/acting by the parties and cannot be dioperasionalisasikan. (4) a memorandum of understanding referred to in paragraph (3) should be followed up with other forms of cooperation as an integral part of a memorandum of understanding. (5) the Agreement referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, is an act between the two sides are committing yourself in an agreement which gave birth to the rights and obligations of the parties to be met and if not fulfilled will give rise to sanctions. Article 5 forms of cooperation referred to in article 4, according to an agreement with other institutions as BNN parties that make up the memorandum of understanding. The second part of the signing of the article 6 cooperation as referred to in article 5, signed by the leadership of each institution. Article 7 (1) of cooperation can be signed by other officials who authorized or designated in accordance with the scope of its work. (2) in the case of cooperation signed by other officials as referred to in paragraph (1), must be included with the certificate that gives authority to the officials to sign cooperation issued by the leadership of the Office. (3) the certificate referred to in subsection (2) may take the form: a. a warrant; b. the letter assignment; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id c. power of Attorney; d. the authority granted by an authentic deed; or e. a letter designation of the other. Article 8 the certificate referred to in article 7, it should be noted in the description of the identity and the authority of the Act of the parties (komparisi). CHAPTER III PROCEDURES for COOPERATION article 9 (1) of cooperation can be initiated by BNN, ministries/LPNK, or other community components. (2) the cooperation referred to in paragraph (1), coordinated by Deputy law and BNN through Cooperation Cooperation Directorate Deputy Law and cooperation BNN. Article 10 (1) of the Directorate of Cooperation and Legal Cooperation Deputy BNN as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) hosted a meeting of the plan of arrangement of BNN internal collaboration with the unit of work associated with BNN substance of cooperation will be laid out. (2) the results of an internal meeting of BNN as referred to in subsection (1) is coordinated with other related agencies by Directorate Deputy Legal Cooperation and cooperation in accordance with the interests of the Organization BNN. Article 11 the parties receive the same outcomes work plan internal meetings of coordination referred to in article 10, plan the preparation of cooperation can be upgraded to the preparation of the concept of cooperation having regard to: a. the interest of the Organization; b. the importance of the task; c. Financing; d. cooperation have been signed before; and e. the results of coordination with the agencies will cooperate with BNN. Article 12 (1) in terms of the cooperation plan was upgraded into the preparation of the concept of cooperation, the head of the BNN through the Directorate of Law Deputy Cooperation and Teamwork BNN prepared the draft involves cooperation with other institutions that are a party to the cooperation and working units of the BNN related. (2) in the preparation of the concept of cooperation as referred to in paragraph (1) may ask for opinions and advice from experts, academics, experts and the ministries/LPNK. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id of article 13 (1) in terms of the concept of cooperation referred to in article 12 have been agreed by BNN and the institutions will cooperate with BNN, next stages done signing cooperation. (2) the stage of signing the cooperation referred to in paragraph (1) as follows: a. the preparation of signing; b. coordination of the parties; c. preparation of the text of the cooperation will be signed; d. signing of cooperation; e. implementation; f. storage. (3) the stage of signing the cooperation referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out by Directorate Deputy Legal Cooperation and Teamwork and unit work BNN will administer the substance of cooperation. (4) storage as referred to in paragraph (2) letter e, in addition to the implemented by Directorate Deputy Cooperation law and the cooperation of BNN, also implemented by: a. the legal Directorate Deputy Law and cooperation BNN; b. Work Units that implement the agreement; and c. The General Bureau Section Settama BNN. SYSTEMATIC COOPERATION CHAPTER IV Article 14 cooperation as referred to in article 4 are made with systematics as follows: a. an initial cooperation; b. the torso; c. other provisions; and d. the provisions cover. Part I Preliminary Cooperation Article 15 the beginning of cooperation referred to in Article 2 letter a include: a. title/nomenclature; b. opening; c. the identity and authority of the Act of the parties (komparisi); and d. a description of the beginning of the parties regarding the background he arranges co-operation (recital). Article 16 title/nomenclature as referred to in article 3 a include: a. the collaborating institutions logo (when necessary); b. Forms of cooperation; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


c. institutions that do the same work; d. number of teamwork; and e. things cooperated. Article 17 the opening referred to in Article 15 of the letters b, with the date and place of manufacture. Article 18 Komparisi as stipulated in article 15 of the letter c is the inclusion of a description of the complete identity of the parties will cooperate with the mention: a. the names of officials who will be signing cooperation; b. the Office run by officials as referred to in subparagraph a; c. Authority Act; d. seat/address of the concerned officials of the institution; and e. the mention as the parties. Article 19 Recital as stipulated in article 15 d contains an early description of the Parties contain: a. a description in general terms regarding the parties will cooperate; b. base or consideration of cooperation was drawn up; and c. the legal basis of cooperation (if needed). The second part of Paragraph 1 Torso memorandum of understanding article 20 torso memorandum of understanding referred to in Article 2 letter b contains: a. the intents and purposes he arranges cooperation; b. will cooperated/scope of cooperation; c. implementation mechanism of things that cooperated; and d. the duties of the parties. Article 21 (1) cooperation in the form of a memorandum of understanding does not give rise to legal consequences for the parties. (2) in the case of cooperation was drawn up in the form of a memorandum of understanding, to operasionalisasinya need to be noted the arrangement concerning the follow-up of cooperation will be laid out. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id (3) follow-up of cooperation as referred to in paragraph (1) may take the form of cooperation Agreements, or other arrangements concerning operational procedures, which is an integral part of part of the memorandum of understanding. (4) if the cooperation in the form of a memorandum of understanding is an agreement in terms of the implementation of legislation, in the trunk of her body does not need to be set regarding the follow-up to a memorandum of understanding. Paragraph 2 of article 22 of the Cooperation Agreement (1) torso Agreement as stipulated in article 2 letter b at least contain: a. intents and purposes he arranges cooperation; b. will cooperated; c. implementation mechanism of things that cooperated; d. rights and obligations (achievements) of the parties; e. provision of sanctions; and f. the mechanism of settlement of disputes. (2) the cooperation Agreement gives rise to legal consequences for the parties. (3) the legal consequences referred to in subsection (2) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Part three miscellaneous provisions Article 11 other provisions as stipulated in article 2 letter c contain: a. a description of liaison officials (liaison officer) of each Party (when necessary); b. Financing cooperation; c. a period of cooperation and the extension of cooperation; and d. kahar State or force majeure (when necessary); e. resolution of issues that arise (when necessary); and/or f. changes (addendum). Article 24 cooperation To set up on the implementation of the legislation referred to in Article 9 paragraph (4), no need to set about a period of cooperation. The fourth part of article 25 Provisions Cover Provisions cover as stipulated in article 2 letter d www.djpp.depkumham.go.id contain: a. a form of evaluation of teamwork (when necessary); b. Introduction to close cooperation; and c. the signatures of the parties. Chapter 26 introduction for close cooperation as stipulated in article 25 the letter b include: a. date of assignment signed cooperation; and b. the force of law upon a copy of cooperation held by the parties. Article 27 the parties signed a cooperation is of the parties mentioned in the komparisi as stipulated in article 15 of the letters c and article 18. Article 28 the systematic Writing of cooperation listed in the annex which is part an integral part of this regulation. Chapter V PROVISIONS of article 29 of the regulation COVER the head of the National Narcotics Agency began to take effect on the date set. So that everyone knows it, the National Narcotics Agency Head Rules it enacted by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on April 4, 2011 at the HEAD of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY, GORIES MERE Promulgation in Jakarta on April 4, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 190 by 2011 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id ATTACHMENT to the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD RULE number 1 in 2011 ABOUT TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS for PREPARING the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY COOPERATION www.djpp.depkumham.go.id CHAPTER I PROCEDURES for WRITING in the PREPARATION of a MEMORANDUM of UNDERSTANDING NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY a. NOMENCLATURE of the memorandum of understanding. 1. Title of the memorandum of understanding contains a description of the type, the name of the Instance, number, year of manufacture and the name of the memorandum of understanding. 2. The inclusion of the names of the establishments that precedence with customized layout of Crest and coat of arms are listed before the title of each agencies, establishments that precedence coat of arms is placed to the right. 3. The name of the memorandum of understanding was made in brief and reflects the contents of the memorandum of understanding. 4. The title is written with a capital letter, placed in the middle of margin without ending punctuation. 5. When was the change in the title of the work is the same, the changes added the phrase "change over" in front of the name of the memorandum of understanding. B. the OPENING 6. Noted the place, day, date, month, and year of the signing of the memorandum of understanding. B.1. The identity of the parties 7. Contains the name of the Officer/the parties, title, Authority Act, address/seat, and ends with the words "hereinafter referred to as the first party or Second Party". B. 2. Background 8. Contains a short blurb about the fine points of mind into the background and reason of the creation of a memorandum of understanding, with the beginning of the sentence "the FIRST PARTY and SECOND PARTY, hereafter jointly called on the PARTIES to first explain the following things. 9. background considerations When loading more than one staple of the mind, each principal thoughts formulated in a series of sentences that assert the necessity made a memorandum of understanding for the parties. 10. staple each mind beginning with the letter of the alphabet, and is encapsulated in one sentence beginning with the word "that" and end with punctuation semicolon (;). Example: a. that ....; b. that ....; The ANNEX to the REGULATION of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD NUMBERS in 2011 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id b. 3. 11. Legal basis The Legislation contains the basis of establishing a memorandum of understanding, which is the order of inclusion need to pay attention to the layout order of Legislation and if the level in the same chronological based on the time of enactment or determinations, by starting with the phrase "having regard to the regulations as follows:". 12. If the basic law contains more than one Regulatory legislation, each legal basis beginning with the Arabic numerals 1, 2, 3, and so on, and end with a punctuation point. C. TORSO 13. Begins a new paragraph listing the sentence "based on the above matters, the parties agreed to conduct cooperation in order, through a memorandum of understanding, confirming a few things as follows:". 14. After the inclusion of the sentence as stated on the number 13, formulated its subject matter that will be arranged in the torso, the material is classified in chapter and/or article, and the article can be broken down into a few paragraphs, with the order of grouping: a. chapter by chapter, without the part; b. chapter with sections and section; c. Chapter, section, paragraph, and article. 15. Writing the word "chapter" was written entirely with new capital letters followed by a Roman numeral, the writing section is written with the first letter capitalized and followed by numbers with the writing, while writing the word "Article" is written with small letters, except the letter initially with a capital letter. 16. article are numbered with Arabic numerals and ordinal article specified into a few verses. 17. Paragraph as mentioned on Figure 16 are numbered with Arabic numerals in the order of between punctuation marks brackets without ending punctuation point. 18. After Chapter/article about the purpose and goals, formulated material about the scope of the memorandum of understanding to give limits cooperation memorandum of understanding. 19. regarding the implementation of the Substance contains about the elaboration of the scope. 20. Miscellaneous Provisions contain about cost, problem resolution, change (addendum) and the validity period. D. COVER 21. It is the final part of the memorandum of understanding contains about the enforcement of the memorandum of understanding, a memorandum of understanding signing an endorsement by both parties. 22. The signing of the memorandum of understanding is a statement of consent by the parties over the contents of the paper Agreement. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 23. Memorandum of understanding signature header as follows: a. the first party is put on the right and left of both Parties; b. the signatures of officials; c. full name officials who sign written with a capital letter; d. stamp/stamp. Established in Jakarta on January 2011 the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD, GORIES MERE has been checked by: Kasubdit Kermanas:................. Dir: Dir draft Vide Kerma law: Legal Deputies draft Vide & Kerma: Vide draft head of TU: Vide the draft agenda in General: Vide Principal Secretary: draft Vide draft www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


CHAPTER II PROCEDURES for WRITING in the PREPARATION of the AGREEMENT of COOPERATION of NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY a. NOMENCLATURE of the Agreement 1. The title of the Agreement contains a description of the type, the name of the Instance, number, year of manufacture and the name of the Agreement. 2. The inclusion of the names of the establishments that precedence with customized layout of Crest and coat of arms are listed before the title of each agencies, establishments that precedence coat of arms is placed to the right. 3. The name of the Agreement made in brief and reflects the contents of the Agreement. 4. The title is written with a capital letter, placed in the middle of margin without ending punctuation. 5. When was the change in the title of the work is the same, the changes added the phrase "change over" in front of the name of the Agreement. B. the OPENING 6. Noted the place, day, date, month, and year of the signing of the Cooperation Agreement. B.1. The identity of the parties 7. Contains the name of the Officer/the parties, title, Authority Act, address/seat, and ends with the words "hereinafter referred to as the first party or Second Party". B. 2. Background 8. Contains a short blurb about the fine points of mind into the background and reason of the making of the Agreement, with the beginning of the sentence "the FIRST PARTY and SECOND PARTY, hereafter jointly called on the PARTIES to first explain the following things. 9. background considerations When loading more than one staple of the mind, each principal thoughts formulated in a series of sentences that confirms the necessity for the Cooperation Agreement made by the parties. The ANNEX to the REGULATION of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD in 2011 NUMBER www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 10. Each staple mind beginning with the letter of the alphabet, and is encapsulated in one sentence beginning with the word "that" and end with punctuation semicolon (;). Example: a. that ....; b. that ....; B. 3. Legal basis (when necessary) 11. Contains the Legislation that he relied upon the cooperation Agreement, the order of inclusion need to pay attention to the layout order of Legislation and if the level in the same chronological based on the time of enactment or determinations, by starting with the phrase "having regard to the regulations as follows:". 12. If the basic law contains more than one Regulatory legislation, each legal basis beginning with the Arabic numerals 1, 2, 3, and so on, and end with a punctuation point. C. TORSO 13. Begins a new paragraph listing the sentence "based on the above matters, the parties agreed to the Treaty of cooperation in order..........., through Cooperation Agreements with several States the following:". 14. After the inclusion of the sentence as stated on the number 13, formulated its subject matter that will be arranged in the torso, the material is classified in chapter and/or article, and the article can be broken down into a few paragraphs, with the order of grouping: a. chapter by chapter, without the part; b. chapter with sections and section; c. chapters, sections, paragraphs and article. 15. Writing the word "chapter" was written entirely with new capital letters followed by a Roman numeral, while writing the word "Article" is written with small letters, except the letter initially with a capital letter. 16. article are numbered with Arabic numerals and ordinal article specified into a few verses. 17. Paragraph as mentioned on Figure 16 are numbered with Arabic numerals in the order of between punctuation marks brackets without ending punctuation point. 18. After Chapter/article about the purpose and goals, formulated material about the scope of the Agreement to give the limits of cooperation. 19. regarding the implementation of the Substance contains about the elaboration of the scope, including set of rights and obligations of the parties. 20. Miscellaneous Provisions contain about changes and validity period. D. COVER 21. It is the final part of the cooperation Agreement contains about the enforcement of the agreement, the signing of a Cooperation Treaty ratification by both parties. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 22. The signing of the Cooperation Agreement is a statement of consent by the parties over the contents of the paper Agreement. 23. The heading the signature of cooperation Agreements as follows: 1. The first party is put on the right and left of both Parties; 2. the signatures of officials; 3. full name of the officials who signed the written with capital letters; 4. stamp/stamp. Established in Jakarta on January 2011 the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD, GORIES MERE www.djpp.depkumham.go.id CHAPTER III FORM EXAMPLES Example 1: MEMORANDUM of UNDERSTANDING MEMORANDUM of UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN the MINISTRY of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... With The NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY Number: ...//... ... Nomor : B/ ...... /......../..... TENTANG ............................ On this day ... ... ... ... ... date ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... months................ year ... ... ... ... ... .., signed below: 1........................, as the Minister..............., in this case acting for and on behalf of the Ministry........... (.........), located at JL................., hereinafter referred to as the FIRST PARTY. 2........................, as the head of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY in this case was acting for and on behalf of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY, located at JL. Mt. Haryono No. 11 Cawang in East Jakarta, hereinafter referred to as the SECOND PARTY. The FIRST PARTY and SECOND PARTY, hereafter jointly called on the PARTIES to first explain the following things: a. that..............; b. that..............; c. that..............; X X d ATTACHMENT of NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD RULES the NUMBER of 2011 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id by observing the regulations as follows: 1.........................; 2. ........................; 3. ........................; Based on the above matters, the parties agreed to conduct cooperation in order................................, through a memorandum of understanding, confirming a few things as follows: chapter I PURPOSE and OBJECTIVE of article 1 (1) the intent of this memorandum of understanding is as a guideline for the Ministry authorities..............., and BNN in order...................... (2) the purpose of this memorandum of understanding is: a.......................; b. .......................; c. ......................; CHAPTER II SCOPE article 2 the scope of the memorandum of understanding include: (1)............................. (2) ............................ CHAPTER III IMPLEMENTATION of article 3 (1)........................ (2) ......................... Pasal 4 (1) ..................... (2) ...................... www.djpp.depkumham.go.id

Pasal 5 ...................................................................................................................................................... ................................... CHAPTER IV FINANCING of article 6 (1)......................... (2) ......................... Chapter V MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS article 12 changes (1)............................... (2) ............................... Pasal 13 Penyelesaian Perselisihan ...................................................................................................................................................... .................................... Article 14 the validity period (1)............................ (2) ............................ (3) ............................. The CONCLUDING CHAPTER VI of article 15 of this memorandum of understanding is made and signed on the day, date, month, and year as mentioned at the beginning of this memorandum of understanding, in stanzas 2 (two) original, each legal enough and has the same force of law when signed by the PARTIES. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id Such a memorandum of understanding is made with a good spirit of cooperation, to be observed and implemented by the parties. The SECOND PARTY, the FIRST PARTY Officials, Officials Established in Jakarta on January 2011 the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD, GORIES MERE has been checked by: Kasubdit Kermanas:................. Dir: Dir draft Vide Kerma law: Legal Deputies draft Vide & Kerma: Vide draft head of TU: Vide the draft agenda in General: Vide Principal Secretary draft: draft REGULATIONS ANNEX Vide CHIEFS of NATIONAL NARCOTICS NUMBERS in 2011 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id CHAPTER IV COOPERATION AGREEMENT FORM EXAMPLES Example 1: COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN the ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... With The NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY Number: ...//... ... Nomor : B/ ...... /......../..... TENTANG ............................ On this day ... ... ... ... ... date ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... months................ year ... ... ... ... ... .., signed below: 1........................, as the ... ... ... ... ... ... .., in this case acting for and on behalf of.............. (.........), located at JL................., hereinafter referred to as the FIRST PARTY. 2........................, as the head of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY in this case was acting for and on behalf of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY, located at JL. Mt. Haryono No. 11 Cawang in East Jakarta, hereinafter referred to as the SECOND PARTY. The FIRST PARTY and SECOND PARTY, hereafter jointly called on the PARTIES to first explain the following things: a. that..............; b. that..............; c. that..............; Having regard to the regulations as follows: 1.........................; 2. ........................; 3. ........................; X X d www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


Based on the above matters, the parties agreed to conduct cooperation in order................................, through a cooperation agreement, by stating a few things as follows: chapter I PURPOSE and OBJECTIVE of article 1 (1) the meaning of this Cooperation Agreement are as guidelines for ... ... ... ... ... and BNN in order...................... (2) the purpose of this cooperation agreement are: a.......................; b. .......................; c. ......................; CHAPTER II SCOPE article 2 Scope this Agreement include: (1)............................. (2) ............................ CHAPTER III IMPLEMENTATION of article 3 (1)........................ (2) ......................... Pasal 4 (1) ..................... (2) ...................... Pasal 5 ...................................................................................................................................................... ................................... CHAPTER IV FINANCING of article 6 (1)......................... (2) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... www.djpp.depkumham.go.id chapter V MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS article 12 changes (1)............................... (2) ............................... Pasal 13 Penyelesaian Perselisihan ...................................................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................... Article 14 the validity period (1)............................ (2) ............................ (3) ............................. The CONCLUDING CHAPTER VI Article 15 Cooperation Agreement was made and signed on the day, date, month, and year as mentioned at the beginning of this cooperation agreement, in stanzas 2 (two) original, each legal enough and has the same force of law when signed by the PARTIES. Such Agreement is made with the good spirit of cooperation, to be observed and implemented by the parties. The SECOND PARTY, the FIRST PARTY Officials, Officials Established in Jakarta on January 2011 the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD, GORIES MERE www.djpp.depkumham.go.id