Regulation No. 4 Area In 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 4 Tahun 2009

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REGIONAL CIREBON CITY GAZETTE GAZETTE CIREBON CITY AREAS number 4 D SERIES in 2009, the CITY of CIREBON AREA REGULATION No. 4 of 2009 ABOUT the FORMATION of CIVIC INSTITUTIONS GUIDELINES WARDS in the CITY of CIREBON with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MAYOR of CIREBON, Considering: a. that based on local regulations No. 5 of 2005 has set conditions the formation of Civic Institutions Neighborhood in the town of Cirebon; b. that with the publication of the Government Regulation Number 73 in 2005 about the Neighborhood, some provisions in the regulations Area number 5 in 2005 no longer aligned, so that the necessary adjustments through local regulations by changing the Regulatory region number 5 in 2005; 2 Remember: 1. Act No. 16 of 1950 on the establishment of areas of major cities in the province of East Java, Central Java, West Java and Yogyakarta as amended by Act No. 13 of 1954 about Modifying Act No. 16 and 17 in 1950 (Republic of Indonesia before) about the formation of large cities and small towns in Java (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 40 of 1954 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 551); 2. 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); 3. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4421); 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 amended several times with the 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); http://www.bphn.go.id/3 5. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization Between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 6. Government Regulation Number 73 in 2005 about the village (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 159 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4588); 7. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about coaching and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 8. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 9. Regulation of the Minister of Social Affairs Number 83/Huk/2005 about the basic guidelines of coral Midshipman; 10. Regulation of the Minister of the Interior No. 5 of 2007 about the Civic Agency Guidelines; 11. The decision of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 411.4 -401 in 2005 about the Endorsement Results national working meeting of VI PKK in 2005; 4 12. Local regulations No. 12 in 2008 about the details of the Affairs of the Government that Implemented the Government town of Cirebon (Cirebon City Gazette in 2008, an additional Sheet No. 12 City of Cirebon Area Serial number 19 D); 13. Applicable local number 15 in 2008 about the Technical Institutions of the region, a police unit of teachers ' Praja and Integrated Permitting Service Office in the city of Cirebon (Cirebon City Gazette in 2008 number 15, additional Regional Cirebon City Sheet number 22 Series D); 14. Applicable local number 16 in 2008 about the districts and Subdistricts in the city of Cirebon (Cirebon City Gazette in 2008 number 16, an additional Number of Cirebon City Gazette 23 Serie D); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and MAYOR of the CITY of CIREBON CIREBON DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT FORMATION of a CIVIC INSTITUTION GUIDELINES WARDS in the CITY of CIREBON. http://www.bphn.go.id/5 CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. the city is the city of Cirebon. 2. The Mayor is the Mayor of Cirebon. 3. The Government of the city is the city of Cirebon. 4. The regional unit of the device Work hereinafter abbreviated SEGWAY is a unit of the city of Cirebon Area Devices Work authorities in fostering Civic Wards Institution. 5. Head is an area that presides over the working area districts. 6. Sub is working area as the head of the region in the areas of work that kecamatan implement some authority delegated by the Mayor. 7. The village is an area of work as the head of the city's area in the working area of the subdistrict. 8. The Government of the village is a Neighborhood of the City Government. 9. The institution of the Village Community can further abbreviated LKK is an institution set up by the community in accordance with its needs and is the Head partner in empowering the community. 10. The pillars of the citizens, then it can be abbreviated RW is an institution set up by the community in the area of work in order to support the smooth conduct of the Government of the village. 11. Jiran, the next can be abbreviated as RT is an institution set up by the communities in the area it works in local NEIGHBORHOOD in order to support the smooth conduct of the Government of the village. 6 12. Community empowerment Institute, hereinafter abbreviated LPM is a container which is formed on the initiative of the community as a supporter of the smooth Head in the task of accommodating and realizing the aspirations and needs of the community in the field of development. 13. Family Welfare and Empowerment Movement, further abbreviated as PKK, was a national movement that grew out of, by and for the community with women as motors driving towards the realization of the family happy, prosperous, advanced and independent. 14. the Principal Programme PKK is the program in meeting the basic needs for the realization of welfare families. 15. Family Welfare Empowerment Mover Team (TP-PKK) is a partner of the Government and civic organizations, Neighborhoods that serve as facilitators, planners, implementers and drivers of the controller, for the implementation of the program of the PKK. 16. Coral Midshipman is a container of the construction and development of the young generation who grew up and developed on the basis of an awareness and a sense of social responsibility from, by and for the public especially the young generation area villages, moves especially in the field of social welfare. 17. The Committee was an Election Committee formed by the people in charge of managing the establishment of viable institutions as wards. 18. The Board Team Penyantun Locomotion PKK is supporting the implementation of the program element consisting of the PKK leadership of agencies/institutions: the duties of the empowerment and well-being of the family and the community leaders/figures, civic institutions. http://www.bphn.go.id/


7 CHAPTER II ESTABLISHMENT of the INSTITUTIONS of the COMMUNITY-the VILLAGE of article 2 (1) of the village Civic Wards Institution can be formed as needed. (2) the Community Institutions have the task of helping the village Head in the execution of the Affairs of Government, social development, civic and community empowerment. (3) in carrying out the tasks referred to in paragraph (2), the institution of the village Civic functions: a. shelter and channeling the aspirations of the community; b. planting and cultivating a sense of unity and the unity of the community in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia strengthened (SO); c. improving the quality of government services and acceleration to the community; d. compilers implementing plans, and development managers and users, the preservation and development of the results of development in partisipatip; e. penumbuhkembangan and driving force of the initiative and participation, as well as mutual self-help community; f. Digger, utilization of potential resources and development as well as the harmony of the environment; g. development of creativity of delinquency prevention, abuse of illegal drugs (drugs) for adolescents; h. empowerment and improving family welfare; i. empowerment and the protection of the political rights of the community; and j. supporting media communication, information dissemination between the Government and the village community. 8 (4) of the institution's community Neighborhood have a duty: a. hold firm and practice of Pancasila, implement the Basic Law of the Republic Indoenesia 1945 as well as maintaining and keeping the integrity of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia; b. relationship of partnership with various related parties; c. keep all the legislation; d. maintain the ethics and norms of social life; and e. assist in the implementation of the activities of Government Head, development and societal. (5) the institution of Civic Wards have activities: a. an increase in community service; b. enhancement of community participation in development; c. partnership development; d. empowerment of the community, including political, economic, cultural and social environment; and e. other activities increase according to needs and conditions of the local community which is managed through the management system construction of the village partisipatip. (6) the Community Institutions Sysop Wards must meet the following requirements: a. citizen of the Republic of Indonesia; b. the locals; c. have the willingness, ability and caring; and d. selected by deliberation and consensus. http://www.bphn.go.id/9 (7) Civic Wards Institution Administrators must not be concurrently the Office of Civic Institutions in other Villages and is not a member of a political party. Article 3 the Community Institutions in the neighborhood include: a. Jiran (RT); b. tenets of Citizens (RW); c. the institution of community empowerment (LPM); d. family welfare Empowerment Mover Team (TP-PKK); and e. Coral Midshipman. CHAPTER III JIRAN first section establishment of RT article 4 (1) the establishment of a RT is based on considerations: a. territorial boundaries; b. the number of head of the family; c. results of the deliberation of the head family with Caretaker RT and RW; and d. the others to be determined later. (2) establishment of RT can be either a merge or a RT RT bersandingan or expansion of one (1) RT into 2 (two) RT or more. 10 (3) intents and purposes the establishment of RT is to: a. maintain and preserve the values of community life Indonesia based on mutual; b. increase the smooth execution of the tasks of Government, development and societal; and c. gathers the entire potential of NGOs in an effort to improve the well-being of the community. (4) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed further by a regulation the Mayor. (5) the results of the deliberations as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c proposed by the village head to Head and approval was confirmed by a decision of the Head. (6) the establishment of a RT comes with a map of territorial boundaries of RT. The second part of the position and order of article 5 (1) RT is a partner organization of the position is under and coordinate with RW. (2) the Executive Board consists of the Chairman, the RT is the Secretary and Treasurer. (3) in addition to the administrators a RT is meant in paragraph (2), can be equipped with the maid-maid who was appointed by the Chairman on the basis of the results of the deliberation and consensus with other sysops. (4) the Chairman of the RT is selected by deliberation by the head of the family, the Secretary and Treasurer are elected by the Chairman of the RT RT. (5) Service Administrators a RT is 3 (three) years and can be re-elected. http://www.bphn.go.id/11 (6) If a vacancy of Office and/or ends service administrators a RT, Head may appoint temporary Officers from local citizens the longest 6 (six) months. The third part of the task and function of article 6 (1) RT has a duty: a. help run a community service to the task is the responsibility of the Government of the village; b. keep the harmony of life of the citizens; and c. devised a plan and execute development with developing self-help and pure aspirations of society. (2) in carrying out its task RT functions: a. pengkoordinasian between citizens; b. implementation in bridging relations between fellow members of the community with the Government through the RW; and c. assisting civic problems faced by citizens. The fourth section of the terms of the prospective Chairman of the RT article 7 residents of the nation of Indonesia that could be nominated as Chairman of the RT must meet the requirements: a. the pious to God Almighty; b. the faithful and obedient to the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; c. the faithful and obedient to the State and Government; 12 d. behave good, honest, fair, intelligent and authoritative; e. never was directly involved in an activity that betrayed the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution, such as the G30S/PKI and/or organizational activities forbidden anywhere else; f. was at least 21 (twenty one) years or has been married; g. has the civic knowledge; h. had become citizens of RT is concerned at the lack of for 6 (six) consecutive months and is registered in the family card and Sign Card of residents; i. not being revoked the rights of pilihnya based on a court decision that has the force of law; and j. pass the selection organized by the Committee. Part of the Fifth Committee and the nomination of the Chairman of the RT article 8 (1) the Election Committee Chairman of the RT was established in consultation between the Chairman of the Executive Board with RT RW and local community leaders, and set with the decision of the Head. (2) the composition of the Election Committee of RT consists of: a. the Chairman of the RW as a person in charge; b. community leaders as Chairman and Secretary; and c. a few members as deemed necessary is determined by the Chairman. (3) the duties of the Election Committee was announced, open and accept the registration terms, researching candidates, selecting, setting out the nominees and held a discussion of the election the Chairman of the RT. 13 http://www.bphn.go.id/the sixth Deliberation Election RT article 9 (1) election of the Chairman of the RT Discussion conducted by the Election Committee, well if there is only 1 (one) or more candidates. (2) Deliberations followed by an entire family heads the local RT. (3) Deliberations can be conducted with the presence of at least 50% (fifty percent) plus one of the number of head of the family, the local RT. (4) the decision of the Council taken from a majority of the number of head of the family is present to determine the choice of one of the prospective Chairman of the RT. (5) the deliberations carried out by stages or process as simple as possible to reach a decision deliberation. (6) if the consensus discussion as referred to in paragraph (4) would not be met, then decisions are taken by voting with the majority. (7) the Chairman of the RT was elected to the Election Committee together form a Caretaker RT News poured in the event Congress and ratified by a decision of the Head. (8) the Trustees are appointed by the head of RT. 14 article 10 (1) if in the nomination are not candidates to register, then the Chairman of RT long set back in the deliberation of the head of the family. (2) if in the nomination are not candidates who registered, and Chairman of the RT long been ineligible, then lift the Head Chairman of the RT while the longest 6 (six) months. (3) the Chairman of the RT as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) form a Caretaker RT with the process referred to in article 9 paragraph (6). The seventh part of the Tasks Administrators a RT article 11 (1) the Chairman of the RT has a duty: a. lead and carry out all the work regarding kerukuntetanggaan; b. assist the population register as set forth in the regulations on population; c. report of the population data to the Head through the Chairman of the RW end of each month; and d. provide administrative services to its citizens. (2) the Secretary of the RT has a duty: a. carry out the service of the administration of the RT; b. mengadministrasikan reports/data delivered by the Chairman of the Section to the head of RT RT; c. provide advice and opinion to the Chairman of the RT; and d. carry out other assignments given the Chairman of RT. http://www.bphn.go.id/


3 (3) the Treasurer RT has a duty: a. organized bookkeeping, financial report preparation and storage; and b. noted money mutual self-help community results in development. (4) in case the Chairman of the RT was unable to, the implementation of the task assigned to the Secretary or other Trustees. The eighth part of the dismissal of Administrators a RT article 12 (1) Trustees RT can be replaced or stop before the timeout period was marred in terms of: a. dies; b. at the request of its own; c. perform actions which discredit the inhabitants of the village to leadership as a caretaker of the RT; and/or d. no longer meet one of the conditions of the specified regulations and norms or public life. (2) the dismissal of administrators a RT before ending his devotion time, performed as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3). (3) any termination of Service Administrators a RT or a happening dismissal/replacement Administrators a RT RT, the Chairman shall be obliged to guarantee the execution of duty and inform the public and report to the Head through the RW. the ninth Section 16 Deliberation RT Article 13 (1) Deliberations RT is implemented at least 3 (three) months. (2) other than as referred to in paragraph (1), the deliberations shall be entered at the request of the RT, in writing, of at least 1/3 (one in three) of the head of the family. (3) Deliberations RT led by Chairman, Secretary or other Executive Board Members. (4) the decision taken on the basis of deliberation RT discussion consensus. (5) In consensus discussion as referred to in paragraph (4) would not be met, then decisions are taken by voting with the majority. (6) in the deliberations RT, RW, Lurah Sysop or the designated officer may attend and can give consideration as well as his advice. http://www.bphn.go.id/5 ARTICLES of CHAPTER IV of the CITIZENS of the first part of the formation of RW articles 14 (1) establishment of the RW is based upon considerations: a. territorial boundaries; b. the number of RT; c. results of the deliberation of the community with sysop RT and RW; and d. other specified later. (2) establishment of RW could be merging some RW or bersandingan or the RW part extraction than one RW RW into two or more. (3) the purpose and goal of the establishment of the RW is to: a. maintain and preserve the values of community life Indonesia based royong; b. increase the smooth execution of the tasks of Government, development and societal; and c. gathers the entire potential of NGOs in an effort to improve the well-being of the community. (4) the provisions as referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Mayor. (5) establishment of RW dimusyawarahkan by Lurah, caretaker of the RW and community leaders. 6 (6) the results of the deliberation referred to in subsection (5) proposed by the Camat to gain endorsement for mayor, and subsequently confirmed by the decision of the Head. (7) the establishment of the RW DRIVE equipped with a map of territorial boundaries RW. The second part of the position and order of Article 15 (1) RWS is the Head position of the partner organization is under and coordinate with the Head. (2) the Executive Board is composed of Chairman, RW Secretary, Treasurer and sexy-sexy. (3) the Chairman of the RW is selected by deliberation community leaders Executive Board RT and RW, Secretary and Treasurer are elected by the Chairman of RW RW elected. (4) sections drawn up jointly by the Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. (5) service management of RW is 3 (three) years, and may be re-elected. (6) the Trustees are RW community accountable to the implementation of its work. http://www.bphn.go.id/19 article 16 sections as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (2), consisting of: a. the section religion; b. Security and order Section of the community; c. Section Organization and partnerships between Institutions; d. Section Community economic empowerment and development; e. empowerment of SMEs and Sexy Environment; f. Section of youth, sports, arts and culture and tourism; g. Family Wellbeing Empowerment Section; and h. the section of information, communication and Mass Media. The third part of the task and function of article 17 (1) RWS has duties: a. move the mutual self-help and community participation in its territory; and b. help smooth execution of construction, Government and the community in the village. (2) in carrying out its task RW functions: a. pengkoordinasian implementation of RT on its territory; and b. implementation in bridging relations between RT and between communities with Government Wards. 20 part four terms can be chosen to be Chairperson of the RW 18 Article resident nation of Indonesia that could be nominated as Chairman of the RW must meet the requirements: a. the pious to God Almighty; b. the faithful and obedient to the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; c. the faithful and obedient to the State and Government; d. being of good character, honest, intelligent and authoritative; e. never involved directly or indirectly in an activity that betrayed the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; f. have the civic knowledge; g. Indonesia Citizens who are at least age 21 (twenty one) years or has been married; h. have become citizens of the RW is concerned at the lack of 6 (six) consecutive months and is registered in the family card and have a local ID CARD; i. not being stripped of the right to choose and be chosen, according to a court decision that has the force of law; and j. pass the selection carried out by the Committee. Part of the Fifth Committee and the nomination of RW article 19 (1) the Election Committee Chairman of the RW was formed in consultation between the Head, Caretaker RW and local community leaders, and set with the decision of the Head. http://www.bphn.go.id/21 (2) the composition of the Election Committee RW consists of: a. Head as the person in charge; b. community leaders as Chairman and Secretary; and c. a few members as deemed necessary is determined by the Chairman. (3) the duties of the Election Committee was announced, open and accept the registration terms, researching candidates, selecting, assigning candidates and conducts election Congress Chairman RW. The sixth Congress Election RW article 20 (1) election of the Chairman of the RW Deliberations conducted by the Election Committee, well if there is only 1 (one) or more candidates. (2) Deliberations followed by RT, RW and Caretaker of the local community leaders. (3) Deliberations can be conducted with the presence of at least 50% (fifty percent) plus one of the number of participants invited discussion. (4) the decision of the Council taken from a majority of the number of participants who attended the deliberations to determine the prospective Chairman of the RW. (5) the deliberations carried out by stages or process as simple as possible to reach a decision deliberation. 22 (6) the Chairman of the Joint Electoral Committee elected NEIGHBORHOODS form a Caretaker RW News poured in the event Deliberation and ratified by a decision of the Head. (7) the Trustees are appointed by the head of RWS. Article 21 (1) if in the nomination are not candidates to register, then Chairman of the old NEIGHBORHOODS are set back in its deliberations as referred to in article 8 paragraph (3). (2) if in the nomination are not candidates who registered, and Chairman of the old NEIGHBORHOODS are not eligible, then Head to assigning Camat suggested to Chairman RW while the longest 6 (six) months. (3) the Chairman of the RW as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) with the Election Committee formed a Caretaker RW with the process referred to in article 20 paragraph (6). The seventh part of the Tasks Administrators RW section 22 (1) the Chairman of the RW has a duty: a. foster and coordinate all the work concerning the harmony of their citizens so that intents and purposes RW can be achieved optimally; b. accommodate, compiled a participatory development plan and motivate mutual self-help community; http://www.bphn.go.id/


11 c. population register appropriate laws-invitation of population; d. report to the resident head of mutation; e. report the receipt and expenditure of money from the Government and society to the Head and the community every 3 (three) months; and f. provide administrative services to its citizens. (2) the Secretary of the RW has a duty: a. carry out the administrative service RW; b. mengadministrasikan reports/data delivered by heads of section to the head of RW; c. provide advice and opinion to the Chairman of the RW; and d. carry out other assignments given by the Chairman of the RW. (3) the Treasurer RW has the task of: a. organized bookkeeping, financial report preparation and storage; and b. noted money mutual self-help community results in development. (4) Section Chiefs of the RW has a duty: a. implement, build and coordinate activities in accordance with kagiatan-seksinya respective tasks; b. mengadministrasikan the results of the activities; c. deliver the proposal, advice and opinion to the Chairman of the RW; d. execute commands or tasks given by the Chairman of the RW; and e. held a coordination with other sections. (5) in case the Chairman RW unable to to run the task, then represented to the Secretary or any other sysop. the eighth provision of Section 24 Deliberation RW Article 23 (1) Deliberations RW implemented at least 3 (three) months. (2) in the deliberations RW as mentioned on paragraph (1) Administrators accountable implementation tasks including RW financial management to the community and village head. (3) other than as referred to in paragraph (1), the deliberations shall be entered at the request of RWS in writing of at least 1/3 (one in three) of the total number of Administrators a RT and RW. (4) the deliberations RW led by Chairman, Secretary or other Executive Board Members. (5) the decision taken on the basis of deliberation RW discussion consensus. (6) if the conditions in subsection (3) cannot be fulfilled, then the decision taken by voting with the majority. (7) in the deliberations and the Head Lurah RW, or a designated officer may attend and can give consideration as well as his advice. http://www.bphn.go.id/25 Part of the ninth dismissal of Caretaker RW section 24 (1) Trustees RW can be replaced or stop before the timeout period was marred in terms of: a. dies; b. at the request of its own; c. perform actions which discredit the citizens against the leadership of the Executive Board as RW; d. no longer meets the specified requirements and regulations and norms or public life. (2) any termination of Service Administrators RW or dismissal/replacement of Trustees RW, RW shall be obliged to guarantee the implementation of the Chairman duties and notify in writing to the Head through the village head and the effluent to the head of RT. The tenth section of the administrative completeness of RT and RW of article 25 (1) to support the smooth implementation of the tasks and functions, RT and RW are equipped with books, administration and other necessary inventory. (2) the kinds of books and other inventory referred to in subsection (1) is provided by the City Government. (3) If a financial budget allows the City Government can help the provision of other necessary inventory by RT and or RW. 26 chapter V INSTITUTION COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT first section establishment of Article 26 (1) is a community-initiated container LPM in development, welfare and the economy in the village that was formed on the basis of deliberation and consensus community leaders and Neighborhood Undertakers LKK more facilitated by Lurah. (2) the decision of the Council as referred to in subsection (1) is poured in a news Event which was proposed by the village head to the SEGWAY to get an endorsement in the form of a decision of the SEGWAY. The second part of the position and order of article 27 (1) the LPM is a partner organization of the position is under and coordinate with the Head. (2) the Executive Board consists of the Chairman, the LPM's Secretary, Treasurer, and fields. (3) the Chairman of the LPM is selected by deliberation by RW, Kelurahan community leaders and Administrators, while other LKK Secretary and Treasurer are elected by the elected Chairman of the LPM is based on the results of the deliberations. http://www.bphn.go.id/27 (4) fields are arranged jointly by the Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. (5) service management of LPM is 3 (three) years, and may only be re-elected for one time service governance. (6) the Trustees LPM is responsible to the community the implementation of tasks and functions, the report of the Executive Board of liability LPM held once a year and report on end-of-liability stewardship LPM. (7) report of accountability Executive Board held in writing. (8) the Chairman of the LPM can carry out work meetings in accordance with their needs. Article 28 the areas referred to in article 27 paragraph (2), consisting of: a. the field of religion; b. Field Security and order of the community; c. Field Organization and partnerships between Institutions; d. areas of economic empowerment and Community Development; e. areas of empowerment of SMES and the environment; f. Field Youth, sports, arts and culture and tourism; g. areas of family welfare Empowerment; and h. the fields of information, communication and Mass Media. 28 the third part of the task and function of article 29 (1) the LPM has a duty: a. hold, participatory development plans; b. motivating mutual self-help community; c. implement development financed by mutual societies and non-governmental or Government assistance; and d. Control construction financed by mutual self-help society. (2) in carrying out its task LPM functions: a. planting and cultivating a sense of brotherhood and unity of society wards; b. pengkoordinasian development planning NGOs; c. pengkoordinasian other civic institutions development planning; d. planning of development activities in a participatory and integrated; and e. the excavation and utilization of institutional resources for development in the neighborhood. Part four terms Chairman LPM article 30 which can be chosen as the Chairman of the LPM is a resident of the village, the Citizens of the Republic of Indonesia with conditions as follows: a. piety to God Almighty; b. the faithful and obedient to the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; http://www.bphn.go.id/29 c. being of good character, honest, fair, ably and full devotion to the community; d. has the ability, dedication and willingness to work; e. resides anyway and recorded in a family card and ID CARD in your local neighborhood; f. healthy physical and spiritual; g. at least age 21 (twenty one) years or has been married; h. educated SLTA perfect humility; i. never involved directly or indirectly in an activity that betrayed the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; j. not being revoked the rights of pilihnya based on a court decision that has the force of law; and k. graduated selection held by the Committee. Part of the Fifth Committee and the nomination of article 31 (1) the Election Committee Chairman of the LPM was formed with the decision of the Head. (2) the composition of the Election Committee Chairman LPM consist of: a. Head as the person in charge; b. community leaders as Chairman and Secretary; and c. a few members as deemed necessary by the Chairman of the Committee, determined. (3) the task of Election Committee Chairman of the LPM was announced, open and accept the registration terms, researching candidates, selecting, assigning candidates and conducts election Congress Chairman LPM. 30 the sixth Deliberation Election LPM Article 32 (1) election of the Chairman of the Deliberations conducted by the Election Committee LPM well if there is only 1 (one) or more candidates. (2) Deliberations followed by participants as mentioned in article 27 paragraph (3). (3) Deliberations can be conducted with the presence of at least 50% (fifty percent) plus one of the number of participants of the discussion. (4) the decision of the Council taken from a majority of the number of participants who attend determines the choice on one candidate for Chairman of the LPM. (5) the deliberations carried out by stages or process as simple as possible to reach a decision deliberation. (6) the Chairman of the LPM was elected to the Election Committee appoints Joint Secretary, Treasurer and the fields poured in News Events, further Deliberation proposed by Head to Head with the decision passed the SEGWAY. (7) the Trustees are appointed by the head of the SEGWAY LPM. http://www.bphn.go.id/


31 Article 33 (1) if in the nomination are not candidates to register, then Chairman of the LPM long established back in Congress regardless of the number of attendees. (2) if in the nomination are not candidates who registered, and Chairman of the LPM long does not qualify, then Head to Head through the proposed appointment the Chairman of SEGWAY LPM while the longest 6 (six) months. (3) the Chairman of the LPM as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) with the Election Committee appoints the Secretary and Treasurer of the LPM with process as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (6). The seventh part of the Dismissal and replacement of Trustees Article 34 (1) Trustees quit or was dismissed because LPM: a. dies; b. at the request of its own; c. no longer meets the requirements of the public; and d. other reasons is incompatible with the provisions of the regulations and norms in public life. (2) if the Chairman quit or was dismissed, the substitution of consultation among Caretaker LPM, with community leaders and neighborhood Community institutions other sysops. 32 (3) when the Executive Board Chairman in addition to LPM quit or was dismissed, the substitution is done in consultation with the head of another LPM Sysop. (4) every ending Service Administrators LPM or stop/turn of the LPM LPM, Chairman of the Executive Board shall be obliged to guarantee the implementation of tasks to community leaders, administrators and other known by LKK Lurah. (5) the process of Executive Board endorsement of the LPM as mentioned on paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) is in accordance with the provisions in article 32 paragraph (6). CHAPTER VI of the first part of the PKK DRIVING TEAM Formation Team Driving the PKK Article 35 (1) a team of drivers of the PKK was formed as civic organizations with women as their motive motor in order to realize the family happy, prosperous, capable and self-sufficient through its programs. (2) a team of drivers of the PKK was formed through deliberations Head, leaders of the community, the Executive Board and other cadres LKK, which poured in a news Event, the next proposed by the village head to set forth and appointed by the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK Subdistrict. http://www.bphn.go.id/33 the second part the position and order of Article 36 (1) the driving team of PKK is a partner organization of the position is under and coordinate with the Head. (2) village head because his post was Chairman of the Board Penyantun TP-PKK. (3) the Chairman of the TP-PKK Village ruled by the wife of head of functionally. (4) if the head of a woman who was then Chairman of the TP-appointed by the head of the PKK and designated by the Chairman of the TP-PKK Subdistrict. (5) the Chairman of the TP-PKK Wards established and appointed by the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK Subdistrict. Article 37 (1) the membership of the team Driving the PKK starting from the Vice Chairman, the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary, the Treasurer and Deputy Treasurer, as well as the administrators and members of the working groups established and appointed by the Chairman of the TP-PKK Villages. (2) the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK Village mempertanggung-entailed the implementation of its duties to the head of a team of Movers PKK districts and Head as Chairman of the Board of Penyantun the team Driving the PKK. 34 (3) service management TP-PKK Villages during 5 (five) years and may be re-elected one (1) of the following period. The third part of the task and function of article 38 (1) TP-PKK has duties: a. planning, implementing and fostering the implementation of work programmes in accordance with the circumstances of the PKK and the needs of the community; b. gather, move and build community in particular potential families for the implementation of the programmes the PKK; c. facilitating motivation and give guidance to the TP-PKK/group PKK underneath; d. submit a report on the implementation of a task to the Chairman of the Board of Penyantun TP-PKK at the same level and to the TP-PKK notch on it; and e. the supervision of holds, reporting, evaluation and monitoring of the implementation of programs against the PKK. (2) the TP-PKK functions: a. extension officers, motivator and activator of the community in order to implement the necessary programme of the PKK; and b. the facilitators, planners, implementers, controllers, builders and supervising the movement of PKK. the Fourth Section 35 Criteria http://www.bphn.go.id/members of TP-PKK Article 39 proposed for someone who can be a member of the TP-PKK if it meets requirements: a. the faith and Piety to God Almighty; b. can read and write latin; c. has the properties as a volunteer; d. the matter against the efforts of empowerment and welfare of the family and the community; e. are individuals, not representing an organization, groups, political parties, institutions or establishments; f. provide sufficient time; and g. has the willingness, ability and work ethic. Part five other provisions article 40 (1) if the Head is not married then the Chairman of the Board of Penyantun approved the wives of officials appointed as Chairman of the driving team of PKK and designated by the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK notch on it (TP-PKK Chief Sub). (2) if the head of a woman who was then Chairman of the Board of Penyantun approved the PKK Driving wife Team officials appointed as Chairman of the driving team of PKK and designated by the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK notch on it (TP-PKK Chief Sub). 36 (3) if the Head of the wife as the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK was unable to remain Chairman of the Board Penyantun a team of Movers PKK officials agreed to the wife was appointed Chairman of the driving team of PKK and designated by the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK notch on it (the Chairman of the team of Movers PKK Sub-district). (4) if the term of Office of the Chairman of the team Driving the PKK cannot carry out his duties until the end of the post of Deputy Chairman I Team Driving the PKK was designated as Acting Chairman of the Team Driving the PKK with a letter of the Chairman of a team of Movers PKK notch on it which is approved by the Chairman of the Board Penyantun. The sixth part of the dismissal of Management and membership of the PKK Article 41 (1) the Chairman of the TP-PKK Villages stopped because: a. the expiration of the term of the husband or pointing; b. unable to remain; and/or c. died. (2) a member of the TP-other PKK stopped because: a. at the request of its own; b. the end time was marred; and/or c. died http://www.bphn.go.id/37 of CHAPTER VII, the first part of the formation of CORAL MIDSHIPMAN Article 42 (1) Coral Midshipman is a container of the construction and development of the young generation which is formed based on deliberation and consensus Lurah, community leaders and Administrators of other LKK facilitated by the village head. (2) the results of the deliberation referred to in subsection (1) is poured in a news Event which further endorsed the decision by the Head Lurah. The second part of the position and order of Article 43 (1) Coral Midshipman is a partner organization of the position is under and consult with the Head. (2) the membership of the Coral pasip stelsel system embraced a Midshipman who is means the whole younger generation aged 11 (eleven) to 45 (forty five) years is a member of the coral Midshipman. (3) the arrangement of the Executive Board consists of a group of Reefs: a. Chief; b. the Secretary; c. Treasurer; and d. sections. 38 (4) sections referred to in subsection (3) at the lack of consists of: a. the Organization Section; b. Education and training Section; c. Section of the Ministry of social welfare; d. public service Section; e. Business Section; f. Spiritual/Mental Coaching Section; g. Arts Section; and h. sexy sports. (5) sections referred to in paragraph (4) equipped Administrators Section which consists of the Chair, and Secretary. (6) in addition to the sections mentioned in subsection (4), other sections may be formed in accordance with the needs. (7) service management Coral Midshipman during 3 (three) years and can be re-elected. The third part of the task and function of article 44 (1) Coral Taruna has a duty to be with the City Government to tackle problems of social welfare, whether preventive, rehabilitative as well as development and directing the construction and development of the potential of the younger generation on the environment. (2) in line with the basic tasks, coral Midshipman implement function: a. maintaining and fostering awareness and social responsibility, the spirit of togetherness, of family solidarity and sense of soul society, develop and realize the hopes and ideals of the young generation; http://www.bphn.go.id/


39 b. foster the creativity of the younger generation and educating them to be viable social responsibility, by fostering social welfare efforts are purely educational, creative, rekreatif, economically productive and other practical activities by utilizing all the resources and potential of social welfare in self-help; c. implement preventive efforts against juvenile delinquency, abuse of narcotics and other illicit drugs; and d. plays an active role in the activities of the intermingling of peoples and the establishment of unity and the unity of the nation among genarasi young. The fourth part of the requirements of article 45 Cadets Coral Sysop can be selected and appointed as a Caretaker or Coral Midshipman must meet the following requirements: a. the duty to God Almighty; b. setia dan taat entirely to the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution; c. educated to at least secondary school Level first or equal; d. have the knowledge and skills of the Association as well as the willingness and ability of devotion in the field of social welfare; and e. as residents of the neighborhood citizens and permanent residents, and recorded in a family card and ID CARD aged between 17 (seventeen) years up to 45 (forty five) years. 40 part five Committee and nomination of Superintendent Coral Midshipman Article 46 (1) the Election Committee Chairman Coral Midshipman was formed in consultation between the Head, caretaker of the RW and local youth figures that amount proportionally based on the number of RW. (2) the Election Committee Chairman Coral Midshipman set with the decision of the Head. (3) the composition of the Election Committee Chairman Coral Midshipman consists of: a. community leaders as the person in charge; b. character of youth as Chairman and Secretary; and c. a few people deemed necessary is determined by the Chairman. (4) the duties of the Election Committee is a group of coral announced, open and accept the registration terms, researching candidates, selecting, setting out the nominees and held a discussion of the election of the Chairman of the coral Midshipman. The sixth Deliberation the selection of the Chairman of the Coral Midshipman Article 47 (1) election of the Chairman of the Coral Discussion Group conducted by the Election Committee if there is only 1 (one) or more candidates. http://www.bphn.go.id/41 (2) Deliberations followed by participants consisting of a Head, community leaders, Administrators, local youth Figure RW. (3) Deliberations can be conducted with the presence of at least 50% (fifty percent) plus one of the number of participants. (4) the decision of the Council taken from a majority of the number of participants who attend determines the choice on one candidate for Chairman of the Coral Midshipman. (5) the deliberations carried out by stages or process as simple as possible to reach a decision deliberation. (6) the Chairman of the Coral Midshipman was elected to the Election Committee together form the Executive Board of coral Midshipman in addition to sections, poured in the event Deliberation News and set with the decision of the Head. (7) Executive Board Officers appointed by the head of Coral. (8) the Executive Board sections are set and removed by the decision of the Chairman of the Coral Midshipman was elected after military duty with Coral Sysop Midshipman. Article 48 (1) if in the nomination are not candidates to register, then the Chairman of the coral Midshipman long established back in Congress regardless of the number of attendees of deliberation. 42 (2) if in the nomination, there are no candidates who register and Chairman of Coral Midshipman long does not qualify, then set the Head Chairman of the Coral Midshipman while the longest 6 (six) months. (3) the Chairman of the Coral Midshipman as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) with the Election Committee formed by the process of Midshipman Coral Sysop as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (6). The seventh part of the Dismissal and replacement of Executive Board Article 49 (1) Coral Sysop Midshipman quit or be dismissed because: a. dies; b. at the request of its own; c. no longer eligible as a sysop; and/or d. any other reasons that are contrary to the provisions of the regulations and norms in public life. (2) if the Superintendent Coral Midshipman in addition to Chairman quits or is laid off, the substitution is done in consultation with other sysops with the Head. (3) Each end service administrators Coral Midshipman or stop/turn of the caretaker of the Coral Reef, Chairman of the Group of 50 cadets obliged mempertanggung-entailed the implementation of tasks to community leaders, Administrators and other known by LKK Lurah. (4) the Chairman/Executive Board Coral Midshipman replacement referred to in subsection (2) are set and removed by a decision of the Head. http://www.bphn.go.id/43 CHAPTER VIII COACHING and SUPERVISION article 50 (1) coaching and supervision carried out by LKK tiers as follows: a. coaching and supervision against RT by RW, implemented in things that are considered to be done along with Head or designated officials; b. coaching and supervision against RW implemented by the village head or designated officials; c. coaching and supervision against LPM implemented by the village head and SEGWAY; d. construction and supervision against TP-PKK Villages carried out by TP-PKK Subdistrict, TP-PKK city and SEGWAY; and e. guidance and supervision against Coral Midshipman was implemented by the village head and the SEGWAY. (2) the construction and the supervision referred to in subsection (1): a. facilitating the execution of the duties, functions and responsibilities of the institutions of the community; b. facilitating the preparation of participatory development planning; c. facilitating the implementation of the community empowerment; d. facilitate cooperation among the institutions of civic and civic institutions in cooperation with third parties; e. facilitate technical assistance and complementary to the Community Institutions; and f. facilitate coordination of work unit of Government in the development of Civic Institutions. . 44 CHAPTER IX FUNDING of article 51 (1) sources of funding can be obtained from: LKK a. NGOs; b. assistance from the budget of the village; c. assistance from the Government, the provincial government/City Government; and d. other legal aid and are not binding. (2) if the Agency's community-the village will gather donations to the community should coordinate with other LKK with written consent from the Head so it wouldn't happen to overlap. CHAPTER X TATA WORK Article 52 (1) Tata Civic Wards Institution working with the consultative nature of the Head and koordinatif. (2) the layout of work between the institutions of the community are consultative and koordinatif Villages. (3) the grammar of Civic Institutions working Village with a third-party nature of the partnership. (4) the grammar of Civic Institutions work between Wards are partnerships after obtaining the approval of the Head. http://www.bphn.go.id/45 CHAPTER XI TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 53 LKK who has been there and was instrumental when the enactment of Regulations in this Area, at least 12 (twelve) months have been conform to local regulations. CHAPTER XII CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 54 With the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the regional Regulation No. 5 of 2005 on guidelines for the establishment of a Civic Institution Wards in the city of Cirebon on unplug and be declared not applicable. Article 55 things haven't quite set in the regulation of this area is all about technical implementation will be further regulated by regulation the Mayor. 46 Article 56 of regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Area of the city of Cirebon. Set in Cirebon on April 14, 2009 the MAYOR of CIREBON, Ttd, SUBARDI Enacted in Cirebon on April 20, 2009 the CITY of CIREBON AREA SLABS in 2009 number 4 D SERIES DOC. KOBAR HARIRI law/SJDI/2011 http://www.bphn.go.id/


47 EXPLANATION of APPLICABLE LOCAL CIREBON CITY number 4 in 2009 ABOUT the FORMATION of a CIVIC INSTITUTION GUIDELINES WARDS in the CITY of CIREBON i. GENERAL in line with the principle of broad autonomy and responsibility, the Organization of the autonomous region should always be oriented to the improvement of the welfare of the community by always paying attention to the interests and aspirations that are grown in the community. Autonomous region should reflect the efforts of empowering communities and simultaneously develop democratization at the local level. Correspondingly, efforts to empower communities and develop the democratization begins from the community at the level of the village. In accordance with the Government Regulation Number 73 in 2005 about the Neighborhood and the regulation of the Minister of the Interior No. 5 of 2007 about the Civic Agency Guidelines, then it needs to be done for reconstruction and revitalization of civic institutions that existed in the village at the moment. The reconstruction and revitalization of the Community institutions to be very important, since it has a position and a central role to help the Government in organizing a neighborhood democratic Government, the implementation of participatory development and community empowerment are dignified. 48 According to Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government Article 127 subsection (8), the Neighborhood's community consists of five main components, namely: 1. Jiran (RT); 2. the Pillars of the citizens (RW); 3. Family Welfare Empowerment Mover Team (TP-PKK); 4. Karang Taruna; and 5. The Institutions Of The Community Empowerment (LPM). With the publication of local regulations about formation of a Civic Institution Guidelines Wards in the city of Cirebon is expected does not arise again in the public discourse regarding the various tasks, authority and function of RT/RW, the procedure of appointment of the Chairman of RT/RW as well as the term of the Chairman of the RT/RW. While other Civic institutions like the PKK, coral Midshipman and LPM more specifically towards certain activities, but surely there must be a chain of settings to the institution to have the validity of the basic tasks and competences clear functions as a partner wards, not vice versa as the Agency controls. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear. Article 2 is quite clear. Article 3 is quite clear. Article 4 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/49 article 5 is quite clear. Article 6 is quite clear. Article 7 is quite clear. Article 8 is quite clear. Article 9 is quite clear. Article 10 is quite clear. Article 11 is quite clear. Article 12 is quite clear. Chapter 13 is quite clear. Article 14 is quite clear. Article 15 is quite clear. Article 16 is quite clear. Article 17 is clear enough. 50 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. Article 26 is quite clear. Article 27 is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. Article 29 is pretty clear. Article 30 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/51 article 31 is quite clear. Article 32 is quite clear. Article 33 is quite clear. Article 34 is quite clear. Article 35 is quite clear. Article 36 is quite clear. Article 37 is clear enough. Article 38 is quite clear. Article 39 is quite clear. Article 40 is quite clear. Article 41 is quite clear. Article 42 is quite clear. Article 43 is quite clear. Article 44 is quite clear. 52 Article 45 is quite clear. Article 46 is pretty clear. Article 47 is quite clear. Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 is quite clear. Article 50 is quite clear. Article 51 is clear enough. Article 52 is quite clear. Article 53 is quite clear. Article 54 is quite clear. Article 55 is quite clear. Article 56 is quite clear. ADDITIONAL SHEET the CITY of CIREBON AREA number 26 http://www.bphn.go.id/