Government Regulation Number 76 In 2008

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 76 Tahun 2008

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 201, 201 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4947) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 76 YEAR 20082008 ABOUT REHABILITATION and RECLAMATION of FORESTS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, to implement the provisions of article 42, paragraph (3) of article 44, paragraph (3) and section 45 subsection (4) of Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry , need to establish government regulation of rehabilitation and Reclamation of forests;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 167 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3888), as amended by Act No. 19 of 2004 concerning the determination of the Replacement Government Regulations Act No. 1 of 2004 on changes to the Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry into law (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 86 in 2004 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 4412);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA REGARDING REHABILITATION and RECLAMATION of FORESTS.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this government regulation is:.,, 1. forest and land Rehabilitation is an effort to restore, maintain, and improve the function of forests and land so that power support, productivity and its role in supporting the system buffer life stay awake.
., ,2. Reclaiming the forest was an attempt to fix or restore the land and vegetation damaged forests in order to function optimally in accordance with the allocation.
., ,3. Revegetasi is an attempt to repair and restore the damaged vegetation through planting and maintenance activities on the land of the former use of the forest area.
., ,4. Watersheds which further shortened to DAS is an area of land which is one unit with the river and its tributaries, which serves to hold, store and stream water derived from precipitation to the lake or into the sea in a natural limit on land, which is dividing the topographic boundary in the sea and up to the area of waters affected the activity of the Mainland.
., ,5. WATERSHED management is the human efforts to regulate reciprocal relations between natural resources and man in DAS and all its activities, in order to materialize the sustainability of ecosystems as well as the harmony and the increasing benefit of natural resources for human development.
., ,6. Forests and critical land is forest and land that is inside and outside forest areas that are no longer functioning as the media regulator tata water and land productivity so as to cause a disruption of the balance of the WATERSHED ecosystem.
., ,7. Forest area is designated a specific area and/or specified by the Government for the sustained existence as permanent forest.
., ,8. Reforestation is the attempt of planting forest tree species in the forest area damaged in the form of empty land, reeds, or grasslands to restore forest functions.
., ,9. Greening the recovery effort was critical lands outside forest areas to restore the function of the land.
., .10. Enrichment plants are activities multiply the diversity by means of the utilization of space grows optimally through tree planting.
.,, 11. Maintenance of the forest is an activity for maintaining, securing, and improve the quality of forestation activities results, plant greening plant type, and enrichment plants.
., 12. The use of forest areas for the benefit of development outside the forestry activities hereinafter referred to the use of forest areas is the use of strategic objectives to which can not be dielakkanm, among others, mining activities, the development of networks of electricity, telephone, water installations, and religious interests as well as interests of Defense Security.
., 13. The Central Government that the Government is hereinafter referred to as the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
.,, 14. Local Government is the Governor, bupati/walikota device area, and as an organizer of local governance.
., 15. The Minister is the Minister delegated duties and responsibilities in the field of forestry.
.,,16. The Minister is the Minister delegated technical duties and responsibilities in the field of energy and mineral resources.
., General Agreement. The Minister was the Minister who was related duties and responsibilities in the field of agriculture, the environment, and/or within the country.
Article 2 rehabilitation and reclamation of forests are part of forest management.

Article 3 to organise rehabilitation and reclamation of forests established general pattern, criteria, and standards of forest rehabilitation and reclamation.

Section 4.,, (1) the general pattern of rehabilitation and reclamation of forests as referred to in article 3, contains:.,, a. principles of organizing rehabilitation and reclamation of forests; and b. the approach of organizing rehabilitation and reclamation of forests. (2) the principles referred to in subsection (1) letter a include:.,, a. continuous budgeting system (multi years);

b. the clarity of authority;

c. understanding the tenurial system;

d. participation costs (cost-sharing);

e. application of the system of incentives;

f. community empowerment and institutional capacity;

g. participatory approach; and h. transparency and accountability. (3) the approach referred to in paragraph (1) letter b include the following aspects:.,, a. politics;

b. social;

c. the economy;

d. ecosystem; and e. institutional and organization.
Article 5, (1) the criteria and standards of rehabilitation and reclamation of forests as referred to in article 3 covering aspects of:.,, a. region;

b. institutional; and c. the technology.
.,, (2) the aspect of the region include the certainty of handling areas determined through analysis of ecosystem based WATERSHED planning, the clarity of the status of Dominion lands, and based on the function of the area.
.,, (3) Institutional Aspects include a competent human resources, effective organizations according to their respective authority framework, and the working relationship.
.,, (4) aspects of the technology include the application of technology is determined by the land suitability or the local footprint, the level of participation of the community, and the provision of sufficient input.
Chapter 6 Reclamation of forests, in addition to using the criteria and standards referred to in article 5 must use criteria and standards: a. characteristic location of activities;

b. types of activities;

c. arrangement of land;

d. erosion control and waste;

e. revegetasi; and f. socio-economic development.

Article 7 further Provisions regarding the preparation of a general pattern, criteria, and standards of rehabilitation and reclamation of forests as referred to in article 3 to article 6 are governed by regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER II REHABILITATION is considered Part of the General article 8 (1) the rehabilitation Activities can be carried out inside and outside forest areas.
.,, (2) rehabilitation Activities in forest areas is done in all forest and forest area except for the nature reserve and the National Park's core zone.
.,, (3) rehabilitation Activities outside the forest area is carried out in all the critical land.
Article 9.,, (1) the whole forest, forested areas, and critical land as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) be in the WATERSHED areas.
.,, (2) rehabilitation Activities referred to in article 8 are performed by using the DAS as the management unit.
.,, (3) DAS as referred to in paragraph (2) based on a prioritized area of DAS.
Section 10.,, (1) DAS agriculture as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) is fixed by the Minister based on criteria at least contain:.,, a. specific biophysical conditions;

b. the social economy;

c. critical land on the upper reaches WATERSHED; and d. forest areas vulnerable to climate change.
., DAS, (2) the priorities referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister after coordinating with the Minister concerned.
Article 11 (1) forest and land Rehabilitation is organized through the stages:.,, a. planning; and b. implementation.
.,, (1) forest and land Rehabilitation referred to in subsection (1) is held based on the general pattern, criteria, and standards of forest and land rehabilitation as referred to in article 3.
The second part of Paragraph 1 General Planning Chapter 12 Planning forest and land rehabilitation as mentioned in article 11 paragraph (1) letter a, consisting of:.,, a. Plan the rehabilitation Techniques of forest and Watershed Lands (RTkRHL-DAS); b. management plan Forest and land Rehabilitation (RPRHL); and c. the annual Plans of forest and land Rehabilitation (RTnRHL).

Paragraph 2 of the plan of Forest and land Rehabilitation Techniques Watersheds Article 13.,, (1) RTkRHL-DAS as stipulated in article 12 and the letter a, for each area of the management of DAS, organized and established by the Minister. (2) RTkRHL-DAS referred to in subsection (1) are drawn up with reference to:.,, a. national forestry plans;

b. spatial plans; and c. integrated WATERSHED management plans and water resource management plan. (3) RTkRHL-DAS at least contain:.,, a. forest and land recovery plan;

b. controlling erosion and sedimentation;

c. the development of water resources; and d. institutional.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of RTkRHL-DAS is governed by regulation of the Minister.
Paragraph 3 management plan Forest and land Rehabilitation Article 14.,, (1) management plan Forest and land Rehabilitation as stipulated in article 12 letter b, arranged by:., RTkRHL, a.-DAS;

b. administrative regions;

c. plan of forest management; and

.,, d. resource potential available, among others, energy, infrastructure, and funding. (2) management plan Forest and land Rehabilitation consists of:.,, a. management plan of rehabilitation in the forest area (RPRH); and b. the rehabilitation in the land management plan (RPRL).
Section 3., RPRH, (1) as referred to in article 14 paragraph (2) letter a at least contains the policy and strategy, location, types of activities, institutional, financing, and the time.
., RPRH, (2) on forest production and forest protected areas established by the bupati/walikota. (3) RPRH on forests established by the Minister of conservation.
.,, (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of RPRH is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Article 16., RPRL, (1) as referred to in article 14 paragraph (2) letter b at least contains the policy and strategy, location, types of activities, institutional, financing, and the time. (2) RPRL is defined by the bupati/walikota.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of RPRL is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Paragraph 4 of the annual Plans of forest and land Rehabilitation article 17.,, (1) the annual Plan of forest and land Rehabilitation (RTnRHL) as stipulated in article 12 letter c arranged by RPRHL.
., RTnRHL, (2) referred to in paragraph (1) contains the draft forest and land rehabilitation activities, details of the location and volume of physical activity, cost, time, institutional, coaching, training, mentoring, guidance, monitoring, and evaluation.
Article 18.,, (1) the annual Plan of rehabilitation in the forest area (RTnRH) which has burdened the rights or permissions or rights holder by the holder of the permit. (2) RTnRH who hasn't saddled any right or permission by the Minister.

Article 19 of the annual plan of rehabilitation of the land (RTnRL) is defined by the bupati/walikota.

Article 20 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of RTnRHL as stipulated in article 17 to article 19 set by regulation of the Minister.

The third part of the implementation of Paragraph 1 of article 21., General, (1) the implementation of forest and land rehabilitation as mentioned in article 11 paragraph (1) letter b made at:.,, a. in forested areas; and/or b. land.
.,, (2) in carrying out the activities of forest and land rehabilitation referred to in subsection (1) may be made of the activities of supporters of forest and land rehabilitation.
.,, (3) the implementation of forest and land rehabilitation was carried out by the Government, the Government of the province, kabupaten/kota Government, and/or holder of rights or permissions.
Section 22 (1) rehabilitation of forests was carried out in accordance RTnRH.

(2) Rehabilitation of land is carried out in accordance RTnRL.

Paragraph 2 of article 23 Forest Rehabilitation rehabilitation of forests as referred to in article 9 paragraph (1) letter a activities carried out through: a. reforestation;

b. maintenance of the plant;

c. enrichment plant; or d. the implementation of soil conservation techniques.

Pasal 24.,, (1) Reforestation as stipulated in article 23 of the letter a is carried out in the region:.,, a. protected forest;

b. forest production; or c. the forest conservation.
.,, (2) the Reforestation in the area of the protected forest is intended to restore the function of the principal as a buffer system of protection of life to set up the layout of the water, prevent floods, control erosion, prevent the intrusion of sea water, and maintain soil fertility.
.,, (3) Reforestation in the production forest area is intended to enhance the productivity of the production forest area.
.,, (4) Reforestation in the area of forest conservation is aimed at the construction of the habitat and the enhancement of biodiversity.
.,, (5) Reforestation as referred to in subsection (1) includes the activities of nursery/nursery, planting, plant maintenance, security, and supporting activities.
Article 25.,, (1) plant maintenance as stipulated in article 11 letter b, implemented by:.,, a. Government to forest area conservation;.,, b. district/city governments or unity of forest management to forest production and forest protected areas;
.,, c. Provincial Government or district/city governments for forest parks in accordance with those powers; or., d., holder of the rights or permissions for the forested areas that have burdened the rights or permissions. (2) the source of funds to do the maintenance charged to:.,, a. Government to forest area conservation;.,, b. district/city governments or unity of forest management to forest production and forest protected areas;
.,, c. Provincial Government or district/city governments for forest parks in accordance with those powers; or., d., holder of the rights or permissions for the forested areas that have burdened the rights or permissions.
.,, (3) plant maintenance on forest production and forest protected areas funded by the Government and implemented since the first year up to the third year.
.,, (4) plant maintenance on forest production and forest protected areas after the third year the Government handed over to the Government district/city or the unity of the Pengeloaan forest. (5) maintenance of the plants referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through:.,, a. care; and b. the control of pests and diseases.
Article 26.,, (1) Enrichment plant as stipulated in article 23 of the letter c is intended to increase the productivity of the forest.
.,, (2) the enrichment plant as referred to in subsection (1) is done through the use of space to grow optimally with multiply the number and diversity of types of plants.
.,, (3) Enrichment plant was carried out on forests rawang, both in forest production, forest conservation, forest or protected unless, on a nature reserve and the National Park's core zone.
.,, (4) Enrichment activities include plant nursery/nursery, planting, plant maintenance, and security.
Article 27.,, (1) the application of the technique of soil conservation as stipulated in article 11 letter d done in civilian technical.
.,, (2) in addition to soil conservation engineering technical civil as referred to in paragraph (1), the application of the technique of soil conservation can be done through the chemical engineering.
Paragraph 3 of article 28 Land Rehabilitation Rehabilitation of land as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (1) letter b activities carried out through: a. greening;

b. maintenance of the plant;

c. enrichment plant; or.,, d. application of the technique of soil conservation vegetatively and civilian technical and critical land unproductive.
Article 29.,, (1) Greening as stipulated in article 28 a, done outside the forest area is devoted to restoring and enhancing the productivity of land damaged condition to function optimally.
.,, (1) Reforestation is carried out by way of building the forest rights, forest city, or greening the environment.
.,, (2) Greening activities include nursery/nursery, planting, plant maintenance, and security.
Article 30.,, (1) plant maintenance as stipulated in article 28, letter b is exercised by district/city governments or the rights holder. (2) maintenance.

(2) maintenance of a plant referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through:.,, a. care; and b. the control of pests and diseases.
Article 31.,, (1) Enrichment plant as stipulated in article 28 of the letter c is intended to increase the productivity of the land.
.,, (2) the enrichment plant as referred to in subsection (1) is done through the use of space to grow optimally with multiply the number and diversity of types of plants. (3) the enrichment plant was carried out on forest rights.
.,, (4) Enrichment activities include plant nursery/nursery, planting, plant maintenance, and security.
Article 32.,, (1) the application of the technique of soil conservation as stipulated in article 28 of the letter d is done:., vegetative, a.; and/or b. technical civil.
.,, (6) in addition to technical and civilian vegetatively as referred to in paragraph (1), the application of the technique of soil conservation can be done through the chemical engineering.
Article 33 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of forest and land rehabilitation as referred to in article 21 to article 32 is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.

Paragraph 4 the activities Supporting Forest and land Rehabilitation Article 34.,, (1) to support the activities of forest and land rehabilitation as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) carried out activities that include:.,, a. perbenihan development;

b. forest and land rehabilitation technologies;

c. Prevention and tackling forest fires and land;

d. outreach;

e. training;

f. community empowerment;

g. construction; and/or h. supervision.
.,, (2) further Provisions on the activities of supporters of forest and land rehabilitation referred to in subsection (1) is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Implementing paragraph 5 of forest and land Rehabilitation Article 35.,, (1) rehabilitation of forests in the conservation of the forest area was carried out by the Government unless the forest Kingdom.
.,, (2) Forest Rehabilitation on the grounds of the forest Kingdom is exercised by the Government of the province or district/city governments in accordance with those powers.
.,, (3) the rehabilitation of forests on forest conservation as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) was carried out with the provisions should be:.,, a. planting native plant species;

b. planting native plants that fit the circumstances of the local habitat; and c. planted with different kinds of plants.
Article 36.,, (1) the rehabilitation on the production forest area and the protected forest management rights assigned to state-owned enterprises, or given permits the utilization of forests, or permit the use of forest areas was carried out by the holder of the rights or permissions.
.,, (2) Rehabilitation in the forest area of production and protected forest which is not encumbered by the rights or permissions exercised by district/city governments.
.,, (3) Rehabilitation in the production forest area and forest protected areas as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) was carried out with provisions:.,, a. plants grown should correspond to the function hidroorologis;


b. the plants can be planted monoculture or mixed; and, c.., as far as possible avoid exotic plants or plants.
Article 37.,, (1) rehabilitation of forests on forest areas managed by the agency that authorized the management of forested areas with special purposes is performed by the Manager.
.,, (2) Rehabilitation in the forest area managed by the general customary law indigenous forests, as implemented by the Community law is concerned.
Article 38 (1) Rehabilitation of land is exercised by district/city governments.
.,, (2) rehabilitation of land encumbered land rights, be an obligation and responsibility of the holder of the rights.
Article 39.,, (1) the holder of a right or the holder of the permit in carrying out forest rehabilitation and/or area referred to in Article 36, article 37 and article 38, paragraph (2) may request mentoring, service, and support from the Government, the Government of the province, kabupaten/kota Governments, and/or non-governmental organizations.
.,, (2) Mentoring, service, and support the Government, the Government of the province or district/city governments as intended in paragraph (1) provided for forest and land rehabilitation activities with the purpose of protection and conservation.
Article 40.,, (1) To the rehabilitation activities that had been successful then the Government, provincial government, or Government district/city can provide incentives, either in the form of service or amenity awards.
.,, (2) the provisions on the granting of incentives referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by regulation of the Minister.
Paragraph 6 Utilization of forest and land Rehabilitation Outcomes.

Article 41.,, (1) the utilization of the results of the rehabilitation of the forest that is financed by the Government, the provincial government, County Government/cities arranged in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (2) the utilization of the results of the rehabilitation of the forest which was carried out by the holder of the rights or permissions are set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (3) utilization of the results of the rehabilitation of the land carried out by the holder of a right or the holder of the permit.
.,, (4) utilization of the results of the rehabilitation of the land that is financed by the Government, the provincial government, and/or County Government/cities arranged by ministerial regulation.
CHAPTER III RECLAMATION of FORESTS is considered Part of the General Chapter 42.,, (1) the reclamation of forest land and vegetation done on forests on forest area which has undergone changes in the ground surface and the change of the closure of the ground.
.,, (2) changes to the ground surface and change the closure of land referred to in subsection (1) may occur due to:.,, a. use of forest areas; or b. natural disasters.
Article 43 (1): activities include forest Reclamation., a., inventory location;

b. the determination of the location;

c. planning; and d. implementation of reclamation.
.,, (2) forest Reclamation can be carried out on the former mining activities, the development of networks of electricity, telephone, water installations, religious interests, the interests of the security, defence or natural disasters.
.,, (3) in the case of reclamation forest activities as referred to in paragraph (2) in the area of the former mining area, then it is done according to the stage of mining activities.
.,, (4) the reclamation of forests as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the holder of the permit the use of forest areas for activities outside of forestry.
The second part an inventory Location Article 44.,, (1) an inventory of locations referred to in Article 43 paragraph (1) letter a, is collecting data and information on the entire area of the forest area which will be interrupted and/or distracted due to the use of forest areas.
.,, (2) an inventory location is done through surveys to obtain data for the primary or secondary data collection form of biophysical and socio-economic data, as well as the work plan the use of forest areas.
.,, (3) an inventory of Activities generate numerical data and spatial data throughout the area of the forest area which will be interrupted and/or distracted due to the use of forest areas.
The third part of reclamation Forest Location Assignment Article 45.,, (1) the determination of the location referred to in Article 43 paragraph (1) letter b, is an activity selection and appointment locations are compromised as a result of the use of forest areas that are ready reclaimed.
.,, (2) location of the Assignment referred to in subsection (1) done by analyzing and evaluating spatial data and numerical results of an inventory location.
.,, (3) based on the results of the analysis and evaluation of spatial data and numerical data as referred to in paragraph (2) are spacious and set the location of the reclamation.
The fourth part of article 46 Forest Reclamation Planning, Planning, (1) as referred to in article 43 paragraph (2) Letter c is done to produce a plan of reclamation forest.
.,, (2) forest reclamation Plan was drawn up on the basis of an inventory location as stipulated in article 44 and the determination of the location referred to in Article 45.
.,, (3) forest reclamation Plan as referred to in paragraph (1) are drawn up for a period of 5 (five) years which contain:.,, a. condition of the forest area before and after the activity;

b. plan the opening of forest areas;

c. forest reclamation program;

d. draft technical reclamation;

e. governance implementation time;

f. plan costs; and g. location map and map a plan of reclamation activities.
.,, (4) forest reclamation Plan as referred to in paragraph (3) was elaborated further in the annual plan.
Article 47.,, (1) reclamation Plans that have been drawn up as stipulated in article 46 paragraph (3) carried out a technical assessment by the Minister, Governors, or bupati/walikota in accordance with those powers.
.,, (2) the Minister, Governors, or technical bupati/walikota correspond to those powers, in conducting an assessment of the reclamation plan referred to in subsection (1) involves a Minister.
.,, (3) technical Minister, Governor or Regent/Mayor in accordance with its agreed plan of reclamation forest.
Part five implementation of Reclamation Forest Article 48.,, (1) the implementation of the reclamation of forest as referred to in article 43 paragraph (1) the letter d is carried out by the holder of the permit the use of forest areas based on an approved reclamation plan as referred to in article 47 paragraph (3).
.,, (2) results of forest reclamation Security became the responsibility of the holder's permission to use a forest area.
Article 49.,, (1) to ensure the successful implementation of the reclamation of forest as referred to in article 48, the holder of the permit the use of forest areas is obliged to pay the guarantee fund reclamation.
.,, (2) the magnitude of the reclamation guarantee fund proposed by the holder of the permit and is defined by the Technical Secretary, the Governor, or the bupati/walikota correspond to those powers after consideration of the Minister.
.,, (3) the form of the reclamation guarantee fund referred to in paragraph (1) proposed by the holder's permission to use a forest area and is subject to approval from the Minister, Governors, or technical bupati/walikota in accordance with those powers.
.,, (4) the provisions concerning the quantity, form, placement procedures, and disbursements or the release of the guarantee fund the reclamation is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The sixth part of the assessment of the success of Reclamation Forest article 50, a, (1) assessment of the implementation of the reclamation of forest is done by the Minister with the Technical Secretary and the Minister involved wing environmental management, the Governor, or the bupati/walikota in accordance with those powers.
.,, (2) the assessment referred to in subsection (1) is based on the norms, standards, procedures, and criteria of the reclamation of forest.
.,, (3) Assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) the basis of determining the success of reclamation forest.
.,, (4) the success of reclamation of forests as referred to in paragraph (3), being one of the elements of the assessment of the entire obligation of repayment in the forested areas of the use of forest areas.
.,, (5) the provisions on the assessment of the success of reclamation of forests is governed by regulation of the Minister.
The seventh part of the Reclamation of forest due to natural disasters of article 51 (1) Reclamation of forests due to natural disasters in the forest area can occur:.,, a. are pure; or, b.., as a result of negligence of the holder of rights management or permit the utilization of forests.
.,, (2) Reclamation of forests in the area of natural disasters is carried out on all the forest area except for the nature reserve and the National Park's core zone.
.,, (3) Reclaiming the forest in the area of natural disasters in purely as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a becomes the responsibility of the Government and the local government.
.,, (4) the reclamation of forests in the area of natural disasters as a result of the negligence of the holder of the permit holder's rights management or utilization of forests in managing forest areas as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b be the responsibility of the holder of the rights or permissions.
.,, (5) the Government, the provincial government, and/or district/city governments in accordance with those powers can provide facilitation in implementing forest reclamation carried out by holders of rights management and/or holder of the permit utilization of the forest.
.,, (6) the provisions of the guidelines further reclaiming the forest in the area of natural hazards is governed by regulation of the Minister.
CHAPTER IV COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION Article 52.,, (1) forest rehabilitation and reclamation Activities implemented by involving community participation.
.,, (2) the role of the community in the rehabilitation and reclamation of forests can be done through public consultation, partnerships, and delivery information.
Chapter V CONSTRUCTION, control, and SURVEILLANCE is considered Part of the General Article 53.,, (1) the Minister, Governors, or bupati/walikota correspond to those powers do:.,, a. coaching;

b. control; and c. the supervision.
.,, (2) to guarantee the Martinet of organizing rehabilitation and reclamation of the forest, the Minister in the exercise of those powers undertake construction, control, and surveillance against the policies of the Governor and Regents/mayors.
The second part of the construction and control


Article 54 (1) Coaching include granting:.,, a. guidelines;

b. guidance;

c. training;

d. referral; and/or e. supervision.
.,, (2) the granting of the guidelines referred to in paragraph (1) letter a directed against the conduct of the rehabilitation and reclamation of forests.
.,, (3) the granting of the guidance referred to in paragraph (1) letter b directed against the drafting procedure and governance work.
.,, (4) training delivery as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is aimed against the parties concerned.
.,, (5) the giving of the direction referred to in subsection (1) letter d activity includes the preparation of plans, programs, and activities that are national.
.,, (6) Supervision as referred to in paragraph (1) letter e directed against the implementation of forest rehabilitation and reclamation.
Article 55 (1) Control includes the following activities:.,, a. monitoring;

b. evaluation;

c. reporting; and d. follow-up.
.,, (2) the monitoring Activities referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is done to obtain data and information, policies and the implementation of rehabilitation and reclamation of forests.
.,, (3) the evaluation Activities referred to in paragraph (1) letter b was conducted to assess the success of the implementation of forest rehabilitation and reclamation is carried out periodically.
.,, (4) activity reporting as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is done for menyelarasakan achievement of performance associated with the process of achievement of goals and objectives.
.,, (5) follow-up Activities as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is a follow-up monitoring and evaluation results to the refinement of policies and the implementation of rehabilitation and reclamation of forests.
.,, (6) further Provisions concerning the assessment of the successful implementation of forest rehabilitation and reclamation on a periodic basis referred to in paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 56.,, (1) the results of controls carried out by the Minister, Governors, and the Regent/Mayor as stipulated in article 55 followed up by implementing rehabilitation and reclamation of forests.
.,, (2) Implementing rehabilitation and reclamation of forests reported the implementation of the results of the control to the Minister, the Governor, and the Regent/Mayor.
Article 57 further Conditions of the guidelines the construction and control as stipulated in article 54 up to Article 56 is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.

The third part of supervision Article 58 provisions on supervision referred to in Article 53 paragraph (2) Letter c is set out in government regulations.

CHAPTER VI ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS Article 59.,, (1) the holder of the rights or permissions that do not implement the forest and land rehabilitation as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3), as well as the holder's permission to use a forest area that does not carry out reclamation of forests as referred to in article 48, paragraph (1) is in the form of sanctions:.,, a. reprimand, and/or b. cancellations.
., Reprimand, (1) as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is done by the Minister, Governors, or bupati/walikota in accordance with those powers.
.,, (2) a Revocation referred to in subsection (1) letter b regarding local regulations in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (3) the cancellation as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b relating to forest utilization permit and/or permission of the use of forest areas sharing loan issued by the giver permits in accordance with those powers.
CHAPTER VII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 60.,, (1) forest and land Rehabilitation that has been implemented in the form of a National Movement of forest and land Rehabilitation, or forest and land rehabilitation programs that otherwise remain in force, and for the implementation of the next should be adjusted with the Government regulations.
.,, (2) in terms of RTkRHL-DAS has not been arranged, then the RTkRHL-DAS that exists in the form of five-year Rehabilitation Plan, regarded as RTkRHL-DAS.
.,, (3) in the event that RPRHL has not been arranged, then RTnRHL may also refer to a five-year Rehabilitation Plan.
.,, (4) results of reclamation that has been assessed and accepted by the Government in accordance with the provisions of the regulations before the establishment of this Government regulations, is declared to be valid and enforceable.
.,, (5) the results of the reclamation has not been assessed or has been assessed but have not accepted the Government, arranged in accordance with the provisions of the legislation after coordinating with the Minister.
CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 61 at the time this Regulation comes into force:.,, a. Drafting RTkRHL-DAS as referred to in article 13 must have already completed the longest one (1) year; and, b. the arrangement RPRHL referred to in Article 14 to 16 with article should've finished the longest 2 (two) years.
Article 62 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

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

.,, Set in Jakarta on December 16, 2008 The PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on December 16, 2008 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS ANDI MATTALATTA