Government Regulation Number 64 In 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 64 Tahun 2010

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 109, 2010 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5154) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 64 in 2010 ABOUT DISASTER MITIGATION in COASTAL REGIONS and small islands with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 59 paragraph (4) of Act No. 27 of 2007 about management of Coastal Regions and small islands , need to establish government regulation on disaster mitigation in Coastal Regions and small islands;
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
2. Act No. 27 of 2007 about management of Coastal Regions and small islands (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 84 in 2007, an additional State Gazette Number 5068);
Decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATION on DISASTER MITIGATION in COASTAL REGIONS and small islands.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation the definition: 1. Management of Coastal Regions and small islands is a process planning, utilisation, supervision, and control of coastal resources and the small islands of antarsektor, between the Government and local governments, between land and sea ecosystems, as well as between science and management to improve the welfare of society.
2. The coastal area is a transition area between land and sea ecosystems are affected by changes in the land and sea.
3. The small island is an island with an area less than or equal to 2,000 km2 (two thousand square kilometers) along with the unity of their ecosystems.
4. Disaster mitigation is the effort to reduce the risk of disaster, either in the physical structure or physical development through natural and/or artificial or nonstruktur or nonphysical through improvements in the capabilities of the disaster facing threats in coastal regions and small islands.
5. Strategic Plan for the coastal areas and small islands which further shortened with RSWP-3-K is a plan that contains cross-cutting policy direction for the area development planning through goal setting, goal and strategy, as well as the implementation of targets with the appropriate indicators to monitor national plans.
6. plan Zoning Areas of coastal and small islands which further shortened with RZWP-3-K is a plan determining the direction of resource use for each planning unit accompanied by the determination of the structure and pattern of the space on the planning area that contains activities that can be done and should not be done as well as activities that can only be made after obtaining permission.
7. the management plan of the coastal area and the small islands which further shortened with RPWP-3-K is a plan that contains the order of framework policies, procedures, and responsibilities in order to pengoordinasian the decision making among the various institutions/government agencies regarding resource usage agreement or development activity in the zone set.
8. The action plan of the management of the coastal area and the small PulauPulau hereinafter abbreviated RAPWP-3-K is the follow-up of the coastal area management plan and the small islands that includes goals, objectives, budgets, and schedules for one or more years into the future are coordinated to carry out various activities required by government agencies, local governments, and other stakeholders to achieve results resources management coastal and small islands in every area of planning.
9. The coastal Disaster is an event due to natural events or by a person that cause changes in the physical properties and/or coastal biodiversity and lead to the loss of life, property, and/or damage in the coastal areas and small islands.
10. Disaster-prone Map is a map that illustrates the level of threat of danger danger in an area at a particular time.
11. PetaRisikoBencana adalahpeta that describes the level of risk of one type of threat of disaster in an area at a particular time that is dynamic and is the result of a cross between a map of hazards (hazard folder) and map vulnerability (vulnerability folder). 12. people are those individuals and/or legal entities.
13. The community was indigenous and local communities who lived in the coastal areas and small pulaupulau.
14. The Central Government, hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as a unitary State within the meaning of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
15. Local Government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance.
16. The Minister is the Minister who organized a Government Affairs in the field of marine and fisheries.
Article 2 scope this Regulation include: a. the type, level of risk, and the disaster area;

b. disaster mitigation activities;
c. disaster mitigation in the planning management of coastal regions and small islands;
d. mitigasiterhadapkegiatanyangberpotensi resulted in damage to the coastal areas and small pulaupulau; e. responsibilities of Governments, local governments, and society;

f. monitoring and evaluation; and g. financing.

CHAPTER II type, LEVEL of risk, DISASTER AREAS and article 3 (1) of the disaster in the coastal areas and small islands can be caused because: a. natural events; or b. any act people.
(2) the disaster caused due to natural events referred to in subsection (1) includes the letters a kind of disaster: a. the earthquake;

b. the tsunami;

c. extreme waves;

d. ocean waves dangerous;

e. volcanic eruptions;

f. floods;

g. the rise in sea level;

h. landslides;

i. beach erosion;

j. wind Stormwind; and k. any other disaster types in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(3) the disaster caused by the person referred to in subsection (1) letter b include the type of disaster: a. flooded;

b. increase in sea level;

c. landslides; and d. the erosion of the beach.
Article 4 (1) the level of disaster risk in the coastal region and small pulaupulau are grouped into: a. high risk;

b. medium risk; and c. a low risk.
(2) the level of disaster risk as referred to in subsection (1) is determined based on the analysis of hazards and vulnerabilities.
(3) the level of disaster risk as referred to in paragraph (1) are defined by the Agency: disaster relief Affairs in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 5 (1) disaster Area is the total area of the coastal regions and small islands affected by the disasters predicted in a certain span of time.
(2) disaster Area as referred to in paragraph (1) are determined based on: a. the identification of the types of disasters;

b. assessment of the threat of disaster; and c. analysis of areas affected by the predicted disaster. (3) the disaster Area are grouped in: a. the national scale;

b. the province; and c. kabupaten/kota.
CHAPTER III HAZARD MITIGATION in the PLANNING MANAGEMENT of COASTAL REGIONS and small islands of article 6 (1) the Government and local authorities in drawing up the planning management of the coastal areas and small pulaupulau mandatory load disaster mitigation. (2) disaster mitigation is part of disaster relief plan.

Chapter 7 Planning management of the coastal areas and small islands as referred to in article 6 paragraph (1) includes the following: a. RSWP-3-K;

b. RZWP-3-K;

c. RPWP-3-K; and d. RAPWP-3-K.

Article 8 RSWP-3-K referred to in article 7 letter a compulsory load issues, vision, mission, strategy, policies, and programs that incorporate disaster mitigation.

Article 9 (1) RZWP-3-K referred to in article 7 letter b composed with reference to RSWP-3-K.
(2) RZWP-3-K referred to in subsection (1) is required to consider the map and map of disaster-prone disaster risk.
(3) a map of the disaster-prone as referred to in paragraph (2) was drawn up and specified by the authorized agencies and informed to the community.
(4) disaster risk Map referred to in subsection (2) was compiled on the basis of the guidelines established by the agency that organizes the affairs in the field of disaster relief.
Article 10 (1) RPWP-3-K referred to in article 7 letter c compiled with reference to the RZWP-3-K.
(2) RPWP-3-K referred to in subsection (1) is obligated to incorporate disaster mitigation plans.
(3) disaster mitigation Plan as referred to in paragraph (2) was made part of a Regional disaster response Plan established by the local government.
(4) disaster mitigation Plan as referred to in paragraph (2) at least include disaster relief Act of choice is the structure/physical and/or nonstruktur/nonphysical and perpetrators of disaster relief activities.
Article 11 (1) RAPWP-3-K referred to in article 7 letter d composed with reference to RPWP-3-K.
(2) RAPWP-3-K referred to in subsection (1) is obligated to incorporate disaster mitigation activities that exist in the Area action plan for disaster risk reduction.
(3) disaster mitigation Activities as referred to in paragraph (2) covers the activities of the structures/physical and/or nonstruktur/disaster mitigation nonphysical impact directly in risk reduction.
(4) the regional action plan for disaster risk reduction as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by the relevant authorities.
Article 12 (1) in the case of the regional disaster management Plans referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) has not been established, the working units of the device area wing marine and fisheries disaster mitigation plans to put in RPWP-3-K.

(2) in the case of the regional plan of action for disaster risk reduction as referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) has not been established, the working units of the device area wing marine and fisheries disaster mitigation activities devised to put in RAPWP-3-K.
CHAPTER IV MITIGATION AGAINST ACTIVITIES that COULD POTENTIALLY LEAD to DAMAGE of the COASTAL REGIONS and small islands of article 13 (1) the Organization of disaster mitigation planning refers to the management of coastal areas and small pulaupulau.
(2) every one who commits the utilization of coastal regions and small islands that could potentially lead to damage and impacts important obligatory mitigation.
(3) the Mitigation referred to in subsection (2) is conducted with reference to the analysis of the environmental impact documents.
(4) every person in the conduct of mitigation in coastal regions and small islands as referred to in paragraph (2) is obligated to pay attention to aspects of: a. social, economic, and cultural community;

b. environmental sustainability;

c. the benefit and effectiveness; and d. the scope area.
Article 14 disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands made through activities: a. structure/physical; and/or b. nonstruktur/nonphysical.

Article 15 (1) activities of the structure/physical for mitigation against earthquake disaster types referred to in article 3 paragraph (2) letter a include: a. the use of earthquake resistant building construction;

b. provision of logistical places;

c. the provision of infrastructure and health facilities; and d. the provision of infrastructures and means of evacuation.
(2) the activities of the structures/physical for mitigation against this type of tsunami disaster as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) letter b include: a. the provision of early warning systems;

b. use of building tsunami reducer;

c. provision of self rescue facilities;

d. the use of tsunami disaster friendly building construction;

e. the provision of infrastructure and health facilities;

f. coastal vegetation; and g. management of coastal ecosystems.
(3) the activity of the structure/physical for mitigation against this type of extreme wave disaster as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. the provision of early warning systems;

b. use of extreme wave reducer building;

c. coastal vegetation; and d. the management of coastal ecosystems.
(5) the activity of the structure/physical for mitigation against disasters dangerous ocean waves as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) letter d through the provision of early warning systems.
(5) the activity of the structure/physical for mitigation against disasters of volcanic eruptions as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) letter e include: a. the provision of early warning systems;

b. provision of bunker;

c. the development path of lava; and d. the provision of infrastructures and means of evacuation.
(6) the activities of the structures/physical for mitigation against this type of catastrophic floods as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) letter f and paragraph (3) the letter a include: a. the provision of early warning systems;

b. building flood control; and c. the provision of infrastructures and means of evacuation.
(7) the activities of the structures/physical for mitigation against this type of catastrophic rise in sea levels as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) letter (g) and subsection (3) the letter b include: a. the construction of protective Beach building;

b. provision of water pump;
c. use of building construction which adapt on sea level rise; d. coastal vegetation; and e. ecosystems management.
(8) the activities of the structures/physical for mitigation against this type of landslide disasters referred to in article 3 paragraph (2) letter h and paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. retaining the slopes;

b. construction of a network of drainage slopes; and c. setting the geometry of the slope with pelandaian slopes or the making of terracing.
(9) the activity of the structure/physical for mitigation against this type of catastrophic erosion of the beach as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) letter i and paragraph (3) the letter d include: a. the construction of protective Beach building;

b. the rejuvenation of the beach;

c. coastal vegetation; and d. the management of coastal ecosystems.
(10) the activity of the structure/physical for mitigation against disasters wind Stormwind as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (2) Letter j include: a. the provision of early warning systems;

b. use of wind resistant construction; and c. the planting of vegetation of the coast.
Article 16 (1) the activities of the nonstruktur/nonphysical for disaster mitigation as stipulated in article 2 letter b include: a. drafting of legislation;

b. the preparation of disaster-prone map;

c. preparation of disaster risk map;

d. preparation of analysis of the environmental impact (amdal);

e. preparation of spatial;

f. preparation of zoning; and g. education, outreach, and community awareness.
(2) Penyusunanperaturanperundang-the invitation referred to in paragraph (1) letter a activities include the preparation of norms, standards, procedures, and criteria for disaster mitigation.
(3) the preparation of a map of the disaster-prone as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is done based on a potential disaster or threat of danger.
(4) disaster risk map Preparation as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is done based on the aspects of vulnerability, disasters or threats of potential danger and skill level as well as institutional and stakeholder capacity.
(5) preparation of amdal as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d include important impact study on activities of a business and/or planned activities on the environment necessary for the decision-making process of the Organization of the business and/or activities.
(6) spatial Arrangement referred to in subsection (1) letter e activities include the preparation of a plan of spatial pattern of space structure and space-based disaster mitigation land.
(7) the zoning Arrangement referred to in subsection (1) letter f activities include the preparation of plan zoning areas of coastal and small islands in the waters-based disaster mitigation.
(8) education, outreach, and awareness of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) of the letter g is done through exercises, simulations, drill, workshops as well as an increase in the community's preparedness efforts on reducing the risk of disaster.
Article 17 (1) disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands with high risk levels as mentioned in article 4 paragraph (1) letter a was placed on nonstruktur activities/nonphysical.
(2) disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands with a medium level of risk as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter b is done through a combination of activities structure/physical and nonstruktur/nonfisikyangpelaksanaannya adapted to the conditions and characteristics of the region.
(3) disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands with a low level of risk as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c was placed on the structure activity/physical.
Chapter V RESPONSIBILITIES of Governments, LOCAL AUTHORITIES and the COMMUNITIES of article 18 (1) the Government organized disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands cross provincial and national strategic areas.
(2) the provincial government organized disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands in the authority and cross county/city.
(3) District/City Government organized disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands within the authority of the district/city.
Article 19 community in disaster mitigation activities in coastal regions and small islands are responsible for: a. keep your environment, maintain balance, harmony, harmony, and sustainability environmental functions;
b. undertake activities for disaster mitigation activities and other utilization; and c. provide information about the dangers and/or destruction of the environment in the coastal areas and small pulaupulau.
CHAPTER VI MONITORING and EVALUATION Part I Monitoring article 20 Monitoring disaster mitigation is required in order to monitor on an ongoing basis the process of planning and implementation of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands to reduce the impact of the disaster will occur.

Article 21 (1) Monitoring as referred to in article 20 are performed by authorized agencies and can involve institutions of national and regional development planning, as a thorough evaluation in disaster mitigation.
(2) Monitoring as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The second part of article 22 Evaluation disaster mitigation Evaluation done in order results phased implementation of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands to suit the purpose of planning the management and utilization of coastal regions and small islands.

Article 23 (1) the evaluation of disaster mitigation as outlined in section 22 is done by the Minister, the Minister/Government pimpinanlembaga nonkementerian related to the implementation of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands which are cross provincial and national strategic areas.
(2) the evaluation of disaster mitigation as outlined in section 22 is done by the Governor for the implementation of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands in the authority and cross county/city.
(3) the evaluation of disaster mitigation as outlined in section 22 is done by the bupati/walikota to implementation of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands within the authority of the district/city.
CHAPTER VII FINANCING section 24 disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands which are done by the Government and/or regional governments financed from the Budget of the State Expenditures and revenues and/or Budget revenues and Shopping area.

CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 25 at the time when this Regulation comes into force, all the rules relating to the implementation of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small islands stated remains valid along does not conflict with this Regulation.


Article 26 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 August 27, 2010 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on August 30, 2010 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY PATRIALIS AKBAR RI No. 5154 (explanation for a 2010 State Gazette Number 109) EXPLANATION for the REGULATION of the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 64 in 2010 ABOUT DISASTER MITIGATION in the COASTAL AREA And the small islands of i. GENERAL Indonesia is geographically located in the equatorial regions with diverse morphology from the Mainland to the mountains. Morphological diversity is much influenced by geological factors mainly by the presence of active tectonic plate movement activity around the waters of Indonesia which are the Eurasian plate, Australia, and the Pacific ocean floor plate. The movement of the plate-tectonic plates that cause earthquakes, lines forming a series of active volcanoes and geological patahanpatahan which is a disaster-prone zone of earthquakes and landslides.
The coastal area as the area of occupancy and the Centre of activity of the society is to disaster-prone regions, hence the need to have a strategic step to protect every citizen with disaster countermeasures which started from before the disaster occurs (prabencana).
Act No. 27 of 2007 about the management of the coastal areas and small islands, concentrates on preventive efforts at prabencana. The Organization of disaster mitigation in coastal regions and small pulaupulau is inseparable from the concern for the social aspects, economic, and cultural communities, environmental sustainability, the benefit and effectiveness, as well as the scope of the area.
Based on the above, then the necessary further arrangements regarding disaster risk reduction activities in the coastal areas and small pulaupulau in accordance with the type, level of risk, and disaster areas. Therefore this Regulation governing disaster mitigation in the planning management of the coastal areas and small islands, mitigasi against activities that could potentially lead to damage to the coastal areas and small islands, as well as the responsibility of the Government, local authorities, including the public.

II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear.

Article 2 is quite clear.

Chapter 3 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is the "earthquake" is a natural event, occur suddenly, caused by shifting relative tectonic plate/rock/crust or volcanic activity, leading to losses of property and human sacrifice. The letter b is a "tsunami" is a wave in the ocean caused by underwater earthquakes, avalanches, volcanic eruptions under the sea, or the fall of a meteor in the sea. The letter c is the "extreme waves" is the surge of sea water with a period certain anniversary poses dangers and damage in the coastal areas. The letter d is a "dangerous ocean waves" is the surge of seawater that could potentially cause harm. The letter e is a "volcanic eruption" is part of a volcanic eruption/activity. The letter f is a "flood" was an event its land (usually dry) because of the increased volume of water. The letter g is a "sea level rise" is the increase in the face of the average ocean water due to global changes, such as the impacts of climate change, as well as a result of the changes that are local, such as a decrease in the elevation of the ground. The letter h is a "landslide" is one kind of mass movements of soil or rock, or a mixture of both, down or outward slopes resulting from disruption of the stability of soil or rock on these slopes constituent. The letter i is a "coastal erosion" is the reduction or withdrawal of mainland coastline. The letter j is a "wind Stormwind" is the wind that rotates at high speed in a short duration that move in a straight line. The letter k is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear.

Article 4 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is a "hazard analysis" is an analysis of the likelihood of the occurrence of the event or events that have the potential to cause damage, the loss of the human soul, or environmental damage.

The definition of "vulnerability" is a condition of biological, environmental, social, economic, political, cultural, and technological a society as well as the physical condition of natural geographic sector in the area for a specific time which reduces the ability of a society to prevent, attenuate, preparedness, and response to certain impact. Paragraph (3) is quite clear.

Article 5 is quite clear.

Article 6 paragraph (1) of the Government in this provision for planning the management of the coastal areas and small islands which are cross provincial and national strategic areas. Subsection (2) is quite clear.

Article 7 is quite clear.

Article 8 Issue, among others, contains events that are predicted to occur in the future with regard to economic, social, legal, environment, and disaster.

The strategy contains a strategic step to realize the vision and mission of the management of the coastal areas and small islands including disaster mitigation strategies.

Policy management of the coastal areas and small islands contain directions/actions taken by the Government/local Government to achieve goals including disaster mitigation policy.

Program management the coastal areas and small islands contains a policy instrument contains one or more activities that are executed by government agencies/institutions to achieve the goals and objectives as well as to obtain the allocation of the budget, or community activities that are coordinated by government agencies including disaster mitigation programs.

Article 9 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the definition of "relevant authorities" are agencies in the area that the tasks and responsibilities in the field of disaster relief. Subsection (4) is quite clear.

Article 10 is quite clear.

Article 11 is quite clear.

Article 12 is quite clear.

Article 13 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4), the letter a is a "aspects of the social, economic, and cultural society" include level of education, sex, age, population livelihoods, income levels, religions and beliefs, customs and local wisdom. The letter b is the "environmental sustainability aspects" is the existing environmental conditions, which can function and be used for mitigation efforts. The letter c is the "aspect of the benefit and effectiveness" is disaster mitigation activities to reduce the risk of human casualties, property losses, and improve resource productivity and the economy of the community. The letter d is the "aspect of the scope of the area" is an area and geographical location on the coastal areas and small islands are estimated to be affected by the disaster.

Article 14 is quite clear.

Article 15 paragraph (1) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c Infrastructure and health facilities include hospitals, ambulance cars, medicines, medical equipment, and paramedics. Letter d Infrastructures and means of evacuation, among others, in the form of Board information, evacuation routes for evacuation, evacuation, stairs and shelters. Paragraph (2) letter a early warning system, among others, the sender and recipient information tools provided by establishments which duties and responsibilities in the field of granting of tsunami early warning in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Letter b Building silencer tsunami, among others, seawall, break water, sea embankment. The letter c self rescue Facilities among other shelters, artificial hills, trails and places of evacuation, as well as information boards. Letter d construction building building tsunami-friendly form of stage. The letter e is quite clear. The letter f is a "coastal vegetation" are plants that live in the coastal area, among others, such as mangroves, sea firs, Terminalia catappa, thespesia populnea, and butun. The letter g is a "coastal ecosystem" is the unity of the community of plants, animals, organisms, and non organismelaindiwilayahpesisirsertaprosesyang link it that forms the balance, stabilitasdan system of dependence (functions and interaction) between plants and organisms as well as the coastal environment. Paragraph (2) letter a early warning system, among others, the sender and recipient information tools provided by establishments which duties and responsibilities in the field of granting of extreme wave early warning in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Letter b Building shock wave among other extreme sea wall, break the water, and the sea embankment. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. Paragraph (4) early warning systems include the sender and recipient information tools provided by establishments which duties and responsibilities in the field of granting of early warning of dangerous seas in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Subsection (5) a System of early warning, among others, the sender and recipient information tools provided by establishments which duties and responsibilities in the field of granting of early warning of volcanic eruptions in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. Subsection (6) a System of early warning, among others, the sender and recipient information tools provided by establishments which duties and responsibilities in the field of granting of flood early warning in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The letter b

Building flood control embankment, among others, resapan wells, dams, reservoirs, polders, sudetan, canals, ponds, shelters and floodgates. The letter c is quite clear. Paragraph (7) letter a protective Building beaches among other things the embankment, seawall, and reclamation. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c to adapt buildings on sea level rise, among others, in the form of home staging. The letter d is quite clear. The letter e is quite clear. Subsection (8) a slope Retaining among others mounting the amplifier on rocks angkur fields of rock retaining walls, installation. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Paragraph (10) letter a early warning system, among others, the sender and recipient information tools provided by establishments which duties and responsibilities in the field of granting of Stormwind wind warning in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is quite clear.

Article 16 is quite clear.

Article 17 is clear enough.

Article 18 is quite clear.

Article 19 is quite clear.

Article 20 is quite clear.

Clause 21 is quite clear.

Section 22 is quite clear.

Article 23 is quite clear.

Article 24 is quite clear.

Article 25 is quite clear.

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