Regional Regulation No. 5 Of 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 5 Tahun 2010

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The GOVERNMENT of the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA REGION REGULATION number 5 in 2010 ABOUT the ELECTION of the MEMBERS of the PEOPLE'S ASSEMBLY of WESTERN PROVINCE of PAPUA NEW GUINEA with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of West PAPUA, Considering: a. that to implement the provisions of article 24 paragraph (2) of Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province as amended by Act No. 35 of 2008 need to be set regarding the procedures for the election of members of the House of peoples of West Papua; b. that Papua has been extracted into two Provinces but most communities component while maintaining the unity of life and socio-cultural mores; c. that therefore required the establishment of Mrp whose membership consists of custom, religious elements and elements of West Papua; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b and c letters need to form the province of West Papua Region Regulation about the procedures for the election of members of the House of peoples of West Papua; Remember: 1. Act No. 12 Year 1969 about the formation of the Autonomous Province of West Irian and Autonomous counties in West Irian Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 1969, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2401); 1 r 4884); 2. Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 135 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4151) as amended by Act No. 35 of 2008 about the determination of the Replacement Government Regulations Act No. 1 of 2008 about the change of Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy for Papua into law (Republic of Indonesia Gazette year 2008 Number 112 Additional Sheets, Republic of Indonesia 2 3 Nomo. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 4. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as it has several times changed with Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 5. Government Regulation Number 54 in 2004 about Mrp (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4461) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 64 in 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4900); With mutual agreement of REPRESENTATIVES of WEST PAPUA and WEST PAPUA GOVERNOR DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA on the PROCEDURES for the ELECTION of the MEMBERS of the ASSEMBLY of the PEOPLE of WEST PAPUA. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Province, local regulations are: 1. The province was a province of West Papua Province formerly known as Irian Jaya Barat who is given special autonomy within the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. 2. The Governor is the Governor of West Papua. 3. Representatives of West Papua hereinafter abbreviated to DPRPB is the Representatives of West Papua. 4. Representatives of the regional district/city which further shortened LEGISLATIVE district/city is the regional House of representatives district/municipality located in the province of West Papua. 5. The people's Assembly of Western Papua which further shortened the MRP is the cultural representation of orang asli Papua, which has certain authority within the framework of the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua with respect for indigenous peoples and culture, empowerment of women and the establishment of harmony of religious life. 6. District/city is the district/city in the province of West Papua. 7. District/Town/City County was the place of execution of the election of the members of the MRP first stage conducted by the Election Committee district/city level.

3 8. Regent/Mayor responsible is the Bupati/Walikota are appointed by the Governor as responsible members of the MRP elections second phase carried out by the Commission for the electoral region of Kabupaten/Kota. 9. election of the Kabupaten/Kota Territory hereinafter referred WILPIL was the holding of the election of members of the MRP of adat and women composed and combined several Kabupaten/Kota in the province. 10. The territory of the election for members of the MRP of religion is the holding of elections at the provincial level are hereafter referred to WILPIL Province. 11. Election Committee district/city level are hereafter referred to PANPIL district/city is implementing the first phase of MRP members election to determine the prospective participant selection and permanent representatives and representatives of the indigenous women who were in the district/city level. 12. Election of MRP Area Commission Districts/cities which are hereafter referred to KOMWILPIL district/city is implementing the election of members of the MRP is the final stage to determine the elected members and representatives of indigenous peoples and representatives of women who are at the level of WILPIL. 13. The Commission Electoral Area Mrp for religious Representatives hereafter referred to KOMWILPIL Province was the implementing election of the members of the MRP for determining the elected members of the representative of a religion. 14. The Committee of Trustees is the Committee that oversees the Organization of the election of members of the MRP WILPIL levels that are at the Kabupaten/Kota level and WILPIL Provinces whose members consist of elements of the police, prosecutors and the public. 15. Indigenous peoples are the original citizens who live in the territory of Papua and bound and subject to certain customary law with a high sense of solidarity among its members. 16. Religious Communities are all residents of religions in the province. 17. The community of women is female-sex population in the province. Article 2 Orang Asli Papua is a person who comes from a clump of Melanesia consisting of tribes of native tribes in the provinces of West Papua and/or the person who accepted and recognized as the orang asli Papua New Guinea by indigenous peoples. CHAPTER II the EXISTENCE, MEMBERSHIP STATUS and article 3 (1) of the MRP is based in the provincial capital. (2) Charging a membership institution MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) was implemented through the mechanism in a democratic election. (3) members of the MRP consists of orang asli Papua who originated from indigenous representatives, religious representatives and representatives of women. (4) the membership of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) totalled 33 (thirty-three) people to the province of West Papua. (5) the number of members referred to in subsection (3) is based on the calculation of 3/4 of the number of seats of members of PARLIAMENT. (6) the composition of the members of the MRP West Papua consist of: a. the number of members of the indigenous representatives as much as 1/3 (one third) of the total membership of the origin of the MRP West Papua; b. number of members representative of women as much as 1/3 (one third) of the total membership of the origin of the MRP West Papua;


4 c. number of members representative of the religion as much as 1/3 (one third) of the total membership of the origin of the MRP West Papua with the composition of each religious representative assigned proportionally. (7) the representatives of each of the elements referred to in paragraph (6) totalled 11 (eleven) and selected by the indigenous people, communities of religion, and the community of women. (6) the number of members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (5) each divided into three (3) people representative of each district/city. CHAPTER III Requirements is considered part of the Prospective CANDIDACY of article 4 (1) every person who is nominated as a member of the MRP must meet the requirements: a. orang asli Papua as referred to in article 2; b. the faithful and devoted to God Almighty; c. the faithful and obedient to the Pancasila and has a strong commitment to practice in the life of society, nation and State; d. the loyal and faithful to the CONSTITUTION of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, unitary State of the Republic Indonesia and the legitimate Government; e. age of perfect humility 30 (thirty) years and extended sixty (60) years of age; f. healthy physical and spiritual; g. has a moral example and being a role model community; h. has a strong commitment to protecting the rights of orang asli Papua; i. no status as a member of the legislature and a member of a political party; j. domiciled in the province at least 10 consecutive years are calculated as of the date of filing of the prospective members of the MRP; k. don't rescinded the rights of pilihnya based on court rulings which have the force of law; b. never engaged in an act of treason against the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia; m. never convicted to imprisonment based on court rulings that have acquired legal force anyway because the criminal action was threatened with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or older. n. civil servants who are elected members of the MRP must release while the position and status of kepegawaiannya which is proven by Affidavits from officials Staffing the Builder; o. educated perfect humility Elementary School for prospective indigenous representatives and women and perfect humility Selokah Advanced Level first (JSS) for potential religious representatives; q. has the intelegensia, the power of reason and understanding about culture and society it represents; q. for indigenous representatives should be recognized and accepted by indigenous peoples is evidenced by a letter of recommendation from the indigenous people concerned; r. for the representative of a religion must get a recommendation from the concerned religious institutions at the provincial level; s. for women representatives must be active and consistent fight for women's rights and accepted by the community of women is evidenced by a letter of recommendation from a group of women community organizations concerned; q. for indigenous, religious representatives and women who ran or was nominated as a member of the MRP should resign from the post of institutional.

5 (2) the requirements referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, letter c, letter d, letter h, letter i, letter j, letter m, letter p, letter q, letter r letter s and evidenced by the letter of the candidate concerned. CHAPTER IV the RIGHT to CHOOSE and BE CHOSEN article 5 (1) a member of a religious community, indigenous peoples and community women have the right to vote. (2) to exercise the right of vote referred to in subsection (1) must meet the requirements: a. orang asli Papua who are domiciled for at least 6 (six) months in the province; b. aged at least 17 (seventeen) years or have/ever marries; c. distinctively not being disturbed soul or mind; d. not being revoked the rights of pilihnya based on court rulings that have legal powers remain; e. If a voter has more than one place of residence must determine which one of them to set up as a place to live that is listed in the list of voters; f. the elector whose name was on the list of electors marked the applicable registration as proof of the notice to vote; g. got a mandate from indigenous groups and community groups women district/city level as well as provincial religious institutions for the election of the representatives of the indigenous women, the representative and the representative of the religion. (3) the indigenous Groups concerned should actively fight for the rights of indigenous peoples for at least the last 3 years before the establishment of the province's area of Regulation. (4) community groups of women referred to in subsection (1) must be qualified: a. law incorporated or registered as a civic organization in Government; b. domicile in the County/city or is part of a national-level organization or organizations provincial or district/city based in the district/city; c. actively fought for the rights of the community of women in Papua at least 3 (three) last year as evidenced by the report of the implementation of the activities in the form of written and visual. Article 6 Each orang asli Papua who are eligible and resides in the area of selection and or outside the territory of the other election has the right to choose. Chapter V REGION SELECTION and a QUOTA of article 7 (1) the election of members of the MRP Area of West Papua to indigenous representatives and representatives of women carried out at four (4) electoral region which covers an area of Kabupaten/Kota.

6 (2) election Region consists of the combined several kabupaten/kota that are assigned based on consideration of the spread of the region's cultural and administrative areas. (3) distribution in the area of culture referred to in subsection (2) for the province of West Papua indigenous Doberay and covers an area of Bomberai. Article 8 (1) each region the electoral quota for the representatives of indigenous peoples and indigenous women. (2) the area of selection and quota as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the electoral Region XII has a quota of 6 (six) chairs include: 1. a Regency Manokwari; 2. Bay Regency Wondama; 3. Gulf County Bintuni Straits. b. Electoral Region XIII has a quota of 6 (six) chairs include: 1. the city Slide; 2. Slide the Regency; 3. Raja Ampat Islands. c. Electoral Region IV has a quota of 6 (six) chairs include: 1. Maybrat County; 2. Tambrauw District; 3. Regency South Sorong. d. Electoral Region V has a quota of four (4) chairs include: 1. Kab Kaimana; 2. County of Fak-Fak. Article 9 the Governor appoints one of the Bupati/Walikota on each region's election as stipulated in article 8 paragraph (2) as in charge of the area of selection specified by decision of the Governor. BABVI ORGANIZER of the ELECTION article 10 (1) of the election Organisers consisted of performer of the Election Committee and Trustees. (2) in the election of the members of the MRP, the organizer of the election free from the influence of any party relating to the exercise of the duties and authority. Implementing the Union section of the election article 11 (1) of the implementing the election of members of the MRP consists of: a. PANPIL district/city; b. KOMWILPIL district/city; c. KOMWILPIL Province. (2) PANPIL Kabupaten/Kota referred to in subsection (1) letter a is defined by the Bupati/Walikota. (3) KOMWILPIL Kabupaten/Kota referred to in subsection (1) letter b are assigned by the Governor or the proposed Regent/Mayor in charge.


7 (4) KOMWILPIL the province referred to in subsection (1) Letter c is designated by the Governor. Article 12 (1) Implementing the election referred to in section 11 subsection (1) of the respective amounts to 5 (five) persons whose members consist of 2 (two) items the Government and three (3) elements of society. (2) the membership of the community of implementers of the election referred to in subsection (1) reflect the representation of the elements of the academia, print/electronic and NGOs/community organization. (3) Implementing the election referred to in subsection (1), each consisting of one (1) Chairman and members and four (4) members. (4) (Implementing the election referred to in subsection (1) formed the longest one (1) month after the establishment of the regulatory Region of the province. Article 13 (1) to assist in the task of implementing the election as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) established a secretariat. (2) the Secretariat as referred to in subsection (1) is composed of the Secretariat of the PANPIL district/town, district/city KOMWILPIL Secretariat and the Secretariat of the KOMWILPIL Province. (3) the Secretariat referred to in paragraph (1) each and one (1) person as the Secretary of the leadership of the Secretariat, one (1) person's Treasurer, and three (3) staff. (4) the Secretariat of the PANPIL district/city established by the Bupati/Walikota. (5) the Secretariat of the KOMWILPIL district/city established by the Governor upon the suggestion of Bupati/Walikota in charge. (6) the Secretariat KOMWILPIL designated by Provincial Governors. Article 14 (1) PANPIL district/city: a. planning the first phase of organizing the election of members of the MRP for indigenous representatives and representatives of women; b. examine and verify the requirements of MRP members election candidates submitted by the indigenous groups and community groups women district/city level; c. set the candidates remain in the district/city level; d. coordinate, organize and control the phase of the election of members of the MRP in the district/city level; e. ask the candidates selected and elements of indigenous and women of election results at the district/city level, to set up as participant selection at KOMWILPIL district/city; and f. perform the evaluation and reporting of the implementation of the elections. (2) KOMWILPIL Kabupaten/Kota on duty: a. planning the conduct of the election of the members of the second phase of the MRP elements of the indigenous peoples and women; b. set the potential participants of the election of members of the MRP of adat and women; c. coordinate, organize and control the phase of the election of members of the MRP level WILPIL; d. set the candidates elected members of the MRP of adat and women in a list of sort;

8 e. Fielding members of the MRP was elected to the appropriate quota in WILPIL to the Regent/Mayor responsible for designated as members of the MRP and creating a list of sort for the benefit of WILPIL time between replacements is concerned; and f. perform the evaluation and reporting of the implementation of the elections. (3) KOMWILPIL Province on duty: a. planning the stages of organizing the election of members of the MRP of religions in stages; b. set the potential participants of the election of members of the MRP of religion; c. coordinate, organize and control all stages of the implementation of the election of the members of the MRP of religion; d. set the time and date the implementation stages of the election of members of the MRP of religion; e. assign a proportion of the number of representation daril each religion proposed by the religious institutions of the provincial level; f. assign MRP elements chosen from members of the religion and the prospective replacement between time in a list of sort; g. proposed the endorsement election results for members of the MRP to Secretary of the Interior through the endorsement of the Governor and the list of replacement candidates sort between time to the Governor; and h. perform the evaluation and reporting of the implementation of the elections. Article 15 Implementing election of the obligation: a. to treat members of the MRP in a fair manner in the implementation of the election; b. perform duties honestly, good and true; c. gather and handing the archives and documents of the election of members of the MRP in paragraph three (3) to the Governor; d. delivering information activities to the community; and e. accountable use of the GRANT received from the budget. The second part of the Committee of Trustees article 16 (1) the supervision against the holding of the election of members of the MRP is done by the Committee of Trustees. (2) the Committee of Trustees referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the Committee overseer of the district/city Level; b. Committee Election Areas Supervisory district/city; c. the Committee of Trustees Election Region of the province. (3) the Committee of Trustees referred to in subsection (2) are each numbered 5 (five) persons whose members consist of 1 (one) person police elements, 1 (one) person element prosecutors and three (3) elements of society. Article 17 (I) Supervisory Committee referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) letter a is defined by the Regent/Wailkota question. (2) Supervisory Committee referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) letter b is defined by the Bupati/Walikota responsible territory election. (2) Supervisory Committee referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) Letter c is designated by the Governor.

9 Article 6 Supervisory Committee referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) was formed in conjunction with the commissioning of the election. Article 19 of the Committee of Trustees duties: a. oversee all stages of the implementation of the election; b. election violation reports received; c. resolve disputes arising in the implementation of the election; d. forward the findings of the berindikasi criminal acts to authorities. CHAPTER VII the NOMINATION Procedures Considered part of the nomination of article 20 (1) submission of prospective candidates that come from members of the MRP elements and elements of indigenous women carried out by indigenous groups and community groups of women to PANPIL district/city. (2) community groups as referred to in subsection (1) before filing a prospective candidates be obliged to register his group to the PANPIL district/municipality to obtain recommendations as a community group reserves the right to ask a prospective candidates. (3) prospective candidates registered as referred to in subsection (1) is the result of the deliberations of the Group of indigenous women and community groups at the district/city level. (4) the number of prospective candidates proposed by each of the groups of indigenous people or community groups of women are at most 5 (1ima) times the number of quota of representatives of indigenous peoples and representatives of women at WILPIL. (5) submission of prospective candidates as referred to in paragraph (3) was delivered to the PANPIL district/city using the letter of nomination signed by the leadership of the concerned community groups. (6) Letter pencalon as referred to in paragraph (5) enclosed with document requirements for candidates. Article 21 (1) the composition of the number of members of the MRP for each representative of the religion established by KOMWILPIL the province based on the results of deliberations the leadership of religious institutions in Papua Province which is poured in a news event. (2) the deliberations as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out the longest 21 (twenty one) days since the formation of the KOMWILPIL Province. Section 22 (1) filing of MRP members prospective candidates that come from religious communities conducted by Christian religious institutions, Catholic and Islamic provincial level. (2) religious institutions as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be eligible: a. incorporated law and obtain recommendations from the Regional Office of the Ministry of the religious province of West Papua; and b. has been active in the religious field at least 10 (ten) years.


10 (3) every religious institution as referred to in paragraph (1) may only be asking prospective candidates as many as three (3) times the number of quota seats their respective religious institutions. (4) the amount of quota seats their respective religious institutions as referred to in paragraph (3) is determined proportionally based on the number of religions in the Western Province. (5) the overall prospective candidates from religious institutions as referred to in paragraph (1) the most numerous numbered 33 (thirty-three) people in the province of West Papua. (6) the filing of a prospective candidates as referred to in paragraph (3) was delivered to the KOMWILPIL western province through a letter of nomination signed by the leadership of the religious institutions are concerned. (7) a letter of nomination as referred to in paragraph (5) enclosed with document requirements for candidates. The second Time nomination of Article 23 (1) the registration of a community group as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) begins 12 (twelve) days counted since the formation of the PANPIL district/city. (2) the period of registration and verification of the requirements of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) and 14 (fourteen) days. (3) the grant recommendation by PANPIL Kabupaten/Kota referred to in Article 8 paragraph (2) not more than 5 (five) days as of the Group since the end of the public register. (4) the implementation of the Council referred to in Article 8 paragraph (3) not more than 5 (five) days counted since diterbitkanya the recommendation referred to in subsection (2). (5) the registration of prospective candidates of members of the MRP as stipulated in article 20 paragraph (1) the longest 7 (seven) days as of this discussion since each of these groups of people. (6) registration of prospective candidates MRP members as referred to in article 9 paragraph (1) do the longest 9 (nine) days counted since the end of the announcement of registration of prospective candidates representative of the religion. The third part of the determination of the Candidates section 24 (1) Designate candidates from indigenous representatives and representatives of women who are eligible are set out in a list fixed by PANPIL candidate district/city. (2) the candidate remains of indigenous representatives and representatives of women elected in the election of the first stage set as the second phase of election participants by KOMWILPIL district/city. (3) prospective candidates an eligible religious representatives specified in a list of nominees remain based on the decision of the KOMWILPIL Province. Article 25 (1) determination of the candidate in the candidate list remain as stipulated in article (24) subsection (1) the longest 2 (two) days after the filing of prospective candidates. (2) the determination of the potential participants in the second phase of election list of candidates remain as stipulated in article (24) subsection (2) is the longest of three (3) days after the receipt of the submissions and PANPIL district/city.

11 (3) determination of the candidate in the candidate list remain as stipulated in article (24) subsection (3) the longest 2 (two) days after the announcement of the filing of prospective candidates. CHAPTER VIII ELECTIONS PROCEDURES is considered part of the stages of the selection of Article 26 (1) the election of members of the MRP for indigenous representatives and representatives of women carried out in two stages. (2) the first stage of the Election conducted by the PANPIL district/city. (3) the election of the second stage is made at the level of the KOMWILPIL district/city. (4) the election of members of the MRP for religious representatives is conducted in 1 (one) stages at the rate of KOMWILPIL Province. Article 27 (1) the first phase of Elections for the representatives of indigenous peoples and representatives of women conducted by qualified voters as stipulated in article 5 paragraph (2) in each Kabupaten/Kota. (2) the election referred to in subsection (1) results of prospective members of the MRP for indigenous representatives and representatives of each of the women as much as three times the quota seats in WILPIL concerned referred to in article 9. (3) the election of indigenous representatives to the second stage and representatives of women carried out by the members of the ASSEMBLY election results as mentioned in subsection (2) in each WILPIL. (4) the conduct of the election referred to in subsection (3) is carried out by KOMWILPIL Kábupaten/city. (5) the election of members of the MRP for indigenous representatives and representatives of women referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4) is done through the deliberation for consensus. (6) in the case of implementation of deliberation to consensus is not achieved, voting is done by way of any candidate choose three (3) persons from the candidates and the elected candidate's assignment is done based on obtaining the most votes. Article 28 (1) (election of a member of the MRP to religious representatives conducted by qualified electors referred to in section 22 subsection (2) by the number of electors referred to in section 22 subsection (3). (2) the election of members of the MRP for religious representatives referred to in subsection (1) results of 11 (eleven) members of the MRP representing three (3) religion as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (1). (3) the election of members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) is conducted through deliberation for consensus by each voter. (4) in terms of how the implementation of deliberation for consensus is not reached, the election is done by way of voting. (5) the Consultation referred to in paragraph (3) was carried out the longest 12 (twelve) days since the determination of the candidates as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (3). Article 29 (1) implementation of the first stage of the election of members of the MRP for indigenous representatives and representatives of women performed the longest 6 (six) days since the determination of the candidates remain members of the MRP.

12 (2) the implementation of the second stage of the election of members of the MRP for indigenous representatives and representatives of women performed the longest 9 (nine) days since the announcement of the election results of the first stage. The second part of the determination of election results article 30 (1) the results of the election of members of the MRP List created in a Sort of candidates fixed by KOMWILPIL district/city. (2) a list of the sort the candidates keep as subsection (1) subsequently submitted to the Bupati/Walikota responsible territory election. Article 31 (1) the Bupati/Walikota in charge of assigning members of the MRP was elected to the representative and the representative of the indigenous women in the area of electoral quota suit based on a list of the sort referred to in article 30 paragraph (2). (2) the Bupati/Walikota asking members of the MRP from list sort candidates remain to the Governor to set as a member of the MRP was elected in the province. (3) the determination of the results of the election of members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out most of the old 9 (nine) days from receipt of the submission from the KOMWILPIL District/Kota and determination of selected members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out the longest 6 (six) days from receipt of the submission from Regent/Mayor in charge. Article 32 (1) election results that come from members of the MRP elements of religion are made in a list of unit candidates stick by KOMWILPIL Province. (2) KOMWILPIL the province submits a list of the sort the candidates elected members anyway and MRP to the Governor to set as a member of the MRP was elected in the province. (3) the determination of the results of the election of members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) longest-held 2 (two) days from the completion of the implementation of the election and the determination of election results for members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) the longest-held 7 (seven) days from the receipt of the submission from KOMWILPIL Province. Article 33 (1) members of the MRP was elected from the indigenous elements, elements of women and religion established by decision of the Governor. (2) the determination of the members of the MRP was elected as referred to in paragraph (1) proposed by the Governor to the Secretary of the Interior to get the endorsement. (3) a list of the sort of candidate KOMWILPIL Kabupaten/Kota and KOMWILPIL Provinces Governor's decision to set the interests of the successor between the time a member of the MRP. (4) filing of MRP members elected as referred to in paragraph (1) accompanied by a list of the sort the candidates anyway. CHAPTER IX INAUGURATION Article 34 (1) the members of the MRP was sworn in and taken the oath/promise by Secretary of the Interior.

13 (2) inauguration and swearing/MRP Member appointments were held in the capital of the province. (3) the script of the oath/Promise as referred to in paragraph (2) as follows: "for the sake of Allah (God), I swear/my: that the promise was able to carry out my duties and obligations as a member of the House of peoples of West Papua with his best, sejujur-jujurnya and seadil-fair; that I was able to hold fast to the Pancasila and uphold the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 as well as laws and regulations; that I was able to uphold democratic life as well as loyal and dedicated to the Nation and the State Union of Republic of Indonesia ". CHAPTER X the REPLACEMENT BETWEEN TIME of article 35 (1) time Replacement between members of the MRP was done to fill the void of a member of the MRP. (2) Reimbursement between the time a member of the MRP is based on a list of the sort the candidates remain as stipulated in article 33. Article 36 Replacement between the time a member of the MRP MRP leadership proposed by the Secretary of the Interior through the Governor to get the endorsement. Article 37 the inauguration and swearing/MRP Member replacement Appointments between time done by the Governor on behalf of the Minister of the Interior. CHAPTER XI SPECIAL PROVISIONS Article 38 (1) the MRP leadership collective in nature, reflecting the elements of custom, religion and women consists of: a. one (1) Chairman; and b. 2 (two) Vice Chairman. (2) the procedures for the selection of the MRP leadership set forth in Rules of conduct MRP. CHAPTER XII FINANCING Article 39 All the costs associated with the holding of the election of the members of the MRP and MRP origin province of West Papua charged to income and Expenditure Budget of the regional province of West Papua.


CHAPTER XIII CLOSING PROVISIONS article 40 forms of affidavit of candidates, recommendations and news events as listed in the annex is a part that is an integral part of the regulatory Area of the province. Pasai 41 documents about the process stages of the election conducted by the PANPIL, KOMWIL and KOMWILPIL compulsory submitted to the Secretariat prior to the expiration of the duties the MRP. Article 42 of the regulation Region of the province came into force on the date of promulgation. So everyone knows that ordered the enactment of regulations in this area of the province with its placement in the piece of the regional province of West Papua. Set in Manokwari on December 20, 2010 the GOVERNOR of WESTERN NEW GUINEA, CAP/TTD ABRAHAM ATURURI o. Enacted in Manokwari on December 21, 2010-REGIONAL SECRETARY of the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA, CAP/TTD MARTHEN LUTHER RUMADAS WEST PAPUA PROVINCE REGIONAL SHEETS 2010 NUMBER 46 To legitimate copies of the original suit, the head of the LAW FIRM, WAFIK WURYANTO 14 15 EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGIONS of WEST PAPUA PROVINCE number 5 in 2010 ABOUT the PROCEDURES for the ELECTION OF MEMBERS of the HOUSE of PEOPLES of WEST PAPUA I.. Special autonomy based on Act No. 21 of 2001 is a policy of strategic value given by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia to the provincial Government of Papua and West Papua in order to increase public services, accelerated development and the empowerment of all the people in the Provinces of Papua and West Papua especially orang asli Papua. The special nature of this policy, and the Government's commitment to tackle and reduce social disparities and development between Papua and West Papua Province with other provinces in the region of the State Union of Republic Indonesia. This provides opportunities for the orang asli Papua and society in Papua Province and West Papua for working and participate actively as a main subject in the entire process of the Organization of the Government and the implementation of reconstruction and development results of the connoisseur. Act No. 21 of 2001 was built and grounded on the basic values that include the protection and appreciation of ethics and morals, the rights of indigenous people, human rights, rule of law, democracy, pluralism and the equation of the position of rights and obligations as citizens of each orang asli Papua and community in the province of Papua and West Papua. As the embodiment of the principles contained in the aforementioned basic values then this legislation requires the establishment of an institution called the people's Assembly of West Papua. The House of peoples of West Papua in fact is one of the formal institutions as part of the political superstructure in the province of West Papua. West Papuan people's Assembly serves as the representation of the cultural institutions of orang asli Papua, which has certain authority within the framework of the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua with based on the respect for indigenous peoples and culture, empowerment of women and the establishment of harmony of religious life. As an institution of cultural representation, the people's Assembly of Western New Guinea consists of orang-orang asli Papua made up of indigenous representatives, religious representatives and representatives of women. Because of the House of peoples of West Papua is functionally is the institution of cultural representations of orang asli Papua and in its position in the political superstructure is the formal legal institutions in Government then charging the membership of the people's Assembly of West Papua is done based on the principles of democracy, transparency, accountability and community participation. Since the institution of the people's Assembly of West Papua is a cultural institution of orang asli Papua, the election of members of the House of peoples of West Papua was done by members of the religious community of indigenous peoples, and indigenous women. The formation of the province of West Papua as the expansion of Papua Province, in order to maintain the wholeness and unity of social and cultural existence of orang asli Papua, West Papua Peoples institutions need to be established and based in the capital of the province of West Papua. Electoral divisions is carried out on the basis of the approach area of customs and cultures and territories a Government that is part of the system and mechanism for the election of members of the House of peoples of West Papua to representatives of indigenous peoples and women's element so that the results reflect the heterogeneity of indigenous territorial and 16. For religious representatives charging is done by provincial religious institutions. To guarantee the existence of a process and mechanism of the election of members of the House of peoples of West Papua is done in person, honest, fair and secret as well as uphold the solidarity among fellow orang asli Papua as well as preserve the integrity of the integrity of the nation and the State of the Republic of Indonesia needs to be given a legal basis that is clear about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. II. ARTICLE FOR THE SAKE OF THE ARTICLE. Article 1 article 2 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 3 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) of the number of membership of the MRP as many as 33 (thirty-three) the person is obtained from the calculation of the 3/4 of the total Provincial seats of West Papua as many as 44 seats. Paragraph (5) representation of the original tribes of West Papua is meant in terms of charging members of the MRP should pay attention to the principle of balance and equitable so that the membership of the MRP is not monopolized by certain tribes. Subsection (6) is quite clear article 4 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 5 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) letter a quite clear the letter b is quite clear the letter c quite clearly the letter d letter e clear enough Mandate is mandate given by indigenous groups, society women and religious institutions to those designated as prospective candidates while voters entitled to followed the deliberations. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear 5 article 6 article 7 quite obviously quite clear article 8 article 9 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 10 article 11 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 12 Article 13 is quite clear clear enough Article 14 Article 15 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 16 Article 17 is pretty clear pretty clear Article 18 article 19 clearly Quite clear enough article 20 Article 2 l is quite clear clear enough Article 22 Article 23 is quite clear Enough Obviously Article 24 Article 25 is quite clear clear enough Article 26 article 27 quite clear clear enough Article 28 Article 29 clearly Enough sufficiently clear 18 article 30 article 31 clearly Quite clear enough Article 32 Article 33 obviously Quite clear enough Article 34 Article 35 is pretty clear pretty obvious Article 36 Article 37 is clear enough sufficiently clear Article 38 Article 39 quite clearly pretty clear pretty clear article 40 Article 41 Article 42 is quite clear Enough ADDITIONAL clear SHEET PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA REGION 46 19 NUMBER place and date of the annex: regulations of the province of West Papua Region number: 5 in 2010 date: 20 December 2010 STATEMENT of ORANG ASLI PAPUA Who signed below: a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. address: stating that I was actually with the Orang Asli Papua as stipulated in article 2 letter a Regulatory Region of West Papua Province number ... ... Year ... ... about the election of the members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Such a statement is made with fact as proof of fulfilment of the requirement for prospective members of the West Papuan people's Assembly as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter a Regulatory Region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on CHIEFS seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (.....................................)

20 place and date of the STATEMENT of FAITH and PIOUS to GOD ALMIGHTY Who signed below: a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. f. address: actual States that my faith and pious to God Almighty in accordance with my religion personal religious beliefs. Such a statement is made with sebenamya as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter b of the regulation region of Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Mrp. Made in on the PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS of the MRP MAKES a STATEMENT the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

21 place and date AFFIDAVIT of LOYAL and OBEDIENT to the PANCASILA and HAS a STRONG COMMITMENT to PRACTICE in the LIFE of SOCIETY, NATION and STATE signed below: a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. address: States with real that I as a candidate Member of the MRP loyal and obedient to the Pancasila and has a strong commitment to practice in the life of society , a nation and a country. Such a statement of fact made with noodles as evidence of the fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c of the regulation region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on the PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS of the MRP MAKES a STATEMENT the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)


22 place and date AFFIDAVIT of ALLEGIANCE and OBEDIENCE to the CONSTITUTION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA in 1945, the UNITARY STATE of INDONESIA AS WELL AS the LEGITIMATE GOVERNMENT signed below: a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. address: States with real that I as a candidate Member of the MRP faithful and loyal to the CONSTITUTION of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 , Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia as well as the legitimate Government. Such a statement of fact made with noodles as evidence of the fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter d of the regulation Region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on the PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS of the MRP MAKES a STATEMENT the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

23 the gender of the place and date of STATEMENT HAS a STRONG COMMITMENT to protecting the rights of ORANG ASLI PAPUA Who signed below: a. name: b.: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. address: States with real that I as a candidate Member of the MRP would be seriously committed to protecting the rights of orang asli Papua. The case of is made with fact as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter h province of West Papua Region Regulation number 5 in 2010 about The election of the members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on the PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS of the MRP MAKES a STATEMENT the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

24 sex place and date AFFIDAVIT NOT STATUS AS MEMBERS of the LEGISLATURE and MEMBERS of the POLITICAL PARTIES signed below: a. name: b.: c. Job: d. Birth/age/year:/year e. Religion: f. address: States with real that I as a candidate Member of the MRP is not status as members of the legislature and a member of a political party. Such a statement is made with fact as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter i Regulatory Region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on who MADE the STATEMENT the MEMBERS of the MRP, the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

25 place and date of The BATCH STATEMENT signed below a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. address: stating that I was actually with the citizens of the district/city residents ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... up to this day has been domiciled in the territory of the province of West Papua during 10 (ten) years or more in a row. Such a statement is made with sebenanya as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) Letter j applicable local West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about The election of the members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on who MADE the STATEMENT the MEMBERS of the MRP, the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

26th place and date AFFIDAVIT WILLING to GIVE TEMPORARY STAFFING STATUS and POSITION when ELECTED to the MRP the undersigned below a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Religion: f. address: States with real that I as a CIVIL SERVANT when elected Members willing to give while the MRP the position and status of my employment as a CIVIL SERVANT. Such a statement is made with fact as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) Letter m of the regulation region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about The election of the members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on who MADE the STATEMENT the MEMBERS of the MRP, the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

27 place and date LETTERS of RECOMMENDATION RECEIVED by the RECOGNITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES signed below, Chairman/Character of indigenous Melanesian Race Clumps of.................................................... Kampung/Village ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... District of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... District/City ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... States with truly that: a. name: b. gender: c. Nationality/people: d. work: e. B./age:/year f. religion: g. address: question is really recognized and accepted as a member of the Indigenous Iayak to put forward as a candidate Member of the MRP represents indigenous Tribe ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... The case of is made with fact as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter p of the regulation region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS on the date that the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

28 the place and date of LETTER of RECOMMENDATION NOMINATING MEMBERS of the MRP RELIGIOUS REPRESENTATIVE signed below, Chairman of the religious institutions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... give recommendations to: a. name: b. gender: c. Nationality/people: d. work: e. B.:/Years religion: f. g. Address: to be filed as a candidate representing the public members of the MRP Religion that exists in the province of West Papua. Such a statement is made with fact as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter q of the regulation region of West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on that MAKES a recommendation, the seal of Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

29 LETTERS of RECOMMENDATION are ACTIVE and CONSISTENT FIGHT for women's rights and in a COMMUNITY of women who RECEIVED a signed below: a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Place and date of birth/age: age/Years e. Religion: f. address: States with truth that the question is consistent and activists will fight for women's rights and accepted by the community of women. Such a statement is made with fact as proof of fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) Letter r applicable local West Papua Province number 5 in 2010 about the procedures for the election of members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS on the date that the CHAIRMAN of the Organization/INSTITUTION of FEMALE 6,000.0 Rp-Seal (..........................................)

30 place and date with the addresses of residence AFFIDAVIT RESIGNED FROM the POST of INSTITUTIONAL the undersigned below: a. name: b. gender: c. Job: d. Birth/age:/year e. Agam: f.: States with truth that I as a candidate Member of the MRP group representing the community willing to resign from the post of institutional/organization as the grain c above. Such a statement is made with fact, as evidence of the fulfillment of the terms of the members of the MRP of West Papua as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter s Special Area Regulations the province of West Papua number 5 in 2010 about The election of the members of the Assembly of the people of West Papua. Made in on who MADE the STATEMENT the MEMBERS of the MRP, postage labels Rp. 6,000.0 (..........................................)

31 NEWS EVENTS of CUSTOM DELIBERATION on this day date month year two thousand indigenous groups through Discussion of custom district/city has been held meetings attended by representatives of local indigenous peoples: the place of Deliberation:/Kota County: Province: Quota: by producing an agreement to assign mandates to: name: place and date of birth/age: ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... / …………… Year of work: address: for prospective candidates to................................................. prospective candidates from Indigenous elements in order of election of the candidate representative members of the MRP Kabupaten/Kota level.................................... So News of the event Deliberation this custom made for use as appropriate. 1. Indigenous Representatives ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 2. Indigenous Representatives ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 3 representatives of the indigenous ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 4. Indigenous Representatives ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5. Indigenous Representatives ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....


NEWS EVENTS DISCUSSION WOMEN on this day ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... hand ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... months............................ two thousand years of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... community groups women district/city level has been held meetings attended by representatives of local women's and community groups located in: places of deliberation: Hometown: District: district/city: Province: Quota: by producing an agreement to assign mandates to: name: Place/date of birth (Age): occupation: address: As prospective candidates to....................... of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... prospective candidates of the selection of candidates in order of women members of the MRP at the Kabupaten/Kota level................................ So the news of this event we created for use as appropriate. 32 3. Vice Girls............................... 4. The representative of the women ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5. The representative of the women ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... GOVERNOR of West PAPUA, CAP/TTD ABRAHAM ATURURI o. 1. Vice Girls.......................... 2. The representative of the women ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... For a copy of a valid according to its original, LEGAL BUREAU CHIEF WAFIK WURYANTO,