Act No. 14 Of 2008

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 14 Tahun 2008

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 61, 2008 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4846) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 14 in 2008 ABOUT the OPENNESS of PUBLIC INFORMATION by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that information is a basic requirement per person for personal development and social environment and is an important part for national resilience;
.,, b. that the right information is a basic human right and a public information disclosure is one of the important feature of the democratic countries that uphold people's sovereignty to realize the Organization of the State;
.,, c. that openness of public information is a means of optimizing public oversight in the Organization of the State and other public Bodies and everything that leads to the public interest;
.,, d. that management of public information is one of the efforts to develop the information society;
.,, e. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, and the need to establish laws on the openness of public information;
.,, Remember: article 20, article 21, article 28 Article 28 F, and J of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES: setting: the law on OPENNESS of PUBLIC INFORMATION.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law is the:.,, 1. information is information, statements, ideas, and signs containing the value, significance, and messages, good data, facts or details that can be seen, heard, read and presented in a variety of formats and packaging in accordance with the development of information technology and communication electronically or nonelektronik.
., ,2. Public information is information generated, stored, managed, delivered, and/or received by a public body relating to the organisers and the Organization of the State and/or providers and conducting other public body in accordance with this act as well as other information relating to the public interest.
., ,3. A public body is an Executive, legislative, judiciary, and other body functions and substantially the duties relating to the conduct of the State, that some or all of their funds from the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues and/or Budget revenues and shopping districts, or non-governmental organizations along part or all of their funds from the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues and/or Budget revenues and Shopping areas, community contributions , and/or abroad.
., ,4. The Commission is an independent Information which serves to run this legislation and its implementation regulations, setting out the technical standards of the public information service and resolve the dispute through the mediation of public information and/or ajudikasi nonlitigasi.
., ,5. Public information disputes are disputes which occur between a public body and users of public information relating to the rights of acquiring and using information based on legislation.
., ,6. The mediation is public information dispute resolution between the parties through the assistance of the mediator Commission information.
., ,7. Ajudikasi is a process of dispute resolution between public information the parties terminated by the Commission for information.
., ,8. Public officer was appointed and given the assignment to a particular position or positions on a public body.
., ,9. Official provider of the information and documentation is the responsible officials in the field of storage, documentation, provision of, and/or in the information service of the public body.
., .10. People are those individuals, groups of persons, legal entities, or a public body referred to in this Act.
.,, 11. Public information users are people who use public information as set forth in this Act.
., 12. The applicant is a public information citizens and/or legal entities that have requested Indonesia public information as set forth in this Act.
CHAPTER II the BASIS and PURPOSE of the Section is considered the basis of article 2, (1) any public information are open and can be accessed by every user of public information. (2) public information are excluded are strict and limited.
.,, (3) any public information must be obtained each Applicant of Public Information quickly and on time, cost, and simple way.
.,, (4) the public information which is excluded is confidential in accordance with the law, decency, and common interests are based on testing of the consequences arising if a information given to the public as well as after carefully considered that shut down public information can protect a larger importance than open it or vice versa.
The second part of article 3 the purpose of this legislation aims to:.,, a. guaranteeing the right of citizens to know the plans of creation of public policy, public policy, programs and public decision-making process, as well as a decision-taking public reason; b. encourage public participation in the process of taking public policy;., c. increase the active role of the community in public policy and management of the public body;
., d., embody the Organization of a good country, that is a transparent, effective and efficient, accountable and responsive;
.,, e. know the reasons of public policy that affect his life many people; f. develop science and the intellectual life of the nation; and/or, g.., improving the management and information service in the environment of a public body to produce high-quality information services.
CHAPTER III RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS of APPLICANTS and USERS of PUBLIC INFORMATION and the RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS of a PUBLIC BODY is considered part of the applicant's rights to public information Section 4.,, (1) everyone has the right to obtain public information in accordance with the provisions of this Act. (2) everyone has the right:.,, a. public information see and know;., b., attended a public meeting which is open to the public for obtaining public information;
.,, c. get a copy of public information through the application in accordance with this Act; and/or, d.., disseminating public information in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (3) any Applicant Information the public has the right to request public information accompanied by the reason of the request.
.,, (4) every Applicant Information the public has the right to file a lawsuit to the Court when the public gets the Information in obtaining the obstacle or failure of compliance with the provisions of this Act.
The second part of the obligations of the users of the public information section 5.,, (1) the user is obliged to use public information public information in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (2) the user of a mandatory public information lists the sources from which he received a good public information, which is used for its own interest as well as for the purposes of publication in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The third part Rights of public Entities, article 6, (1) a public body has the right to refuse to provide information that is excluded in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (2) a public body has the right to refuse to provide information the public in does not comply with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (3) public information that cannot be provided by the public body, as referred to in subsection (1) is:.,, a. information that could harm the country;.,, b. information relating to the protection of the interests of the business venture competition is not healthy; c. information relating to private rights;

d. information relating to the secrets of the Office; and/or e. public information requested has not been ridden or documented.
The fourth part of the Liability of Public Bodies article 7.,, (1) the public body is obligated to provide, deliver and/or published public information under those powers to the applicant public information, other than information which is excluded in accordance with the provisions.
.,, (2) a public body is obligated to provide public information that is accurate, correct, and not misleading.
.,, (3) to carry out its obligations as referred to in paragraph (2), the public body must establish and develop a system of information and documentation to manage public information properly and efficiently so that it can be accessed easily.
.,, (4) the public body is obliged to make the consideration, in writing, any policy that is taken to meet each person's rights over public information.
.,, (5) the consideration referred to in subsection (4), among others, contains a consideration of the political, economic, social, cultural, and/or defence and State security.
.,, (6) in order to meet the obligations referred to in subsection (1) to paragraph (5) public body can take advantage of facilities and/or electronic media and nonelektronik.
Article 8 liability of public body relating to archives and documentation of public information implemented based on legislation.

CHAPTER IV INFORMATION that MUST BE PROVIDED and ANNOUNCED a mandatory information is considered part of the provided and Announced Periodically article 9 (1) every public body is obliged to announce public information periodically.

(2) public information referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. information relating to the public body;

b. information on the activities and performance of the public body;

c. information on the financial statements; and/or d. any other information provided for in legislation.

.,, (3) the obligation of providing and delivering public information referred to in subsection (2) do the shortest 6 (six) months.
.,, (4) the obligation of disseminating public information referred to in subsection (1), delivered in a way that is easily accessible by the public and in language that is easily understood.
.,, (5) the methods referred to in paragraph (4) is determined more by the Acting Manager of the information and Documentation in the public body concerned.
.,, (6) the provisions on the liability of public body give and convey public information periodically as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) is set up with the Technical Instructions of the Commission information.
The second part of the information that must be promulgated Immediately article 10.,, (1) the public body is obliged to announce in an immediate information that could threaten his life crowds and public order.
.,, (2) the obligation of disseminating public information referred to in subsection (1) is delivered in a way that is easily accessible by the public and in language that is easily understood.
The third part of the information that must be Available at any time of article 11 (1) the public body is obligated to provide public information at all times including:.,,.,, a. list of all public information which is under the control of, does not include information that is excluded; b. results of the public body's decision and reasoning;

c. throughout the following existing policy documents of his supporters;., d., project work plan includes an estimated annual expenditure of Public Bodies; e. Public Agency agreements with third party;., f., information and policy delivered public officials in meetings that are open to the public;
., work procedures, e.g. employees of a public body relating to community service; and/or, h.., report on Public access to information services as set forth in this Act.
.,, (2) public information which has been declared open to the public based on the mechanism of objections and/or dispute resolution as stipulated in article 48, article 49, article 50 and declared as public information that can be accessed by users of public information.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of the obligations of a public body providing public information that can be accessed by users of public information referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is set up with the Technical Instructions of the Commission information.
Article 12 each year a public body is obliged to announce information services, which include: a. the number of information requests received;.,, b. time required public body in fulfilling any requests for information; c. the amount of the grant and the denial of a request for information; and/or d. reason for denial of the request for information.

Article 13.,, (1) to realize the service quick, precise, and simple every public body:.,, a. appoint Officials who manages the information and documentation; and, b.., to create and develop the provision of information services in a fast, easy, and reasonable in accordance with the technical standards applicable to public information services nationally.
.,, (2) the Official who manages the information and documentation referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, assisted by officials of the functional.
Article 14 public information that must be provided by State-owned enterprises, regional and/or other business entity owned by the State in this legislation are:.,, a. name and seat, intents and purposes as well as types of business activities, a period of establishment, capital and, as stated in the articles of Association;
.,, b. full name shareholders, Board members, and members of the Board of Commissioners of the company;
.,, c. annual reports, financial statements, income statement, balance sheet and report on corporate social responsibility that have been audited;
.,, d. the results of the assessment by the external auditors, credit rating agencies and other rating agencies;
.,, e. remuneration fund allocation system and member of the Board of Commissioners and the Board of Trustees/Board of Directors; f. the mechanism of determination of Directors and Commissioner/Board of Trustees;., g., case law based on the law as public information;
.,, h. guidelines for the implementation of good corporate governance based on the principles of transparency, accountability, responsibility, independency, and fairness; i. the effect of publishing announcement are debts;

j. replacement accountant audit company;

k. changes in the fiscal year of the company;.,, l. assignment activities the Government and/or public service obligation or a subsidy; d. mechanisms for the procurement of goods and services; and/or,, n. other information prescribed by the laws relating to state-owned enterprises/business entity belonging to the area.
Article 15 public information that must be provided by the political parties in this Act are: a. the basis and purpose;

b. the General program and activities of political parties;

c. your name, address and order management and change;., d., management and use of funds from the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues and/or Budget revenues and Shopping Areas; e. the decision-making mechanism of the party;., f. the decision of the party that comes from the results of the Congress/Congress/Congress and/or other decisions which, according to the articles of Association and bylaws of the party open to the public; and/or, g.., any other information stipulated by the legislation relating to political parties.
Article 16 public information that must be provided by non-governmental organizations in this Act are: a. the basis and purpose;

b. the programs and activities of the Organization;

c. your name, address, order management, and changes;., d., management and use of funds from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues and/or budget revenues and Shopping areas, community contributions, and/or foreign sources; e. organizational decision-making mechanisms;

f. organizational decisions; and/or other information of g. set by legislation.

Chapter V article 17 EXCLUDED INFORMATION that Every public body is obligated to open up access for every Applicant to get public information public information, except:.,, a. public information which when opened and given to the applicant Information the public may inhibit the process of law enforcement, that is, information that can be:.,, 1. inhibit the process of investigations and the investigation of a criminal act;., .2. reveal the identity of the informant, the complainant, witnesses, victims and/or know of any criminal offence;
., ,3. reveal criminal intelligence data and plans related to the prevention and treatment of all forms of transnational crime;
., ,4. endanger the safety and the lives of law enforcement and/or his family; and/or 5. jeopardize the security of the equipment, facility, and/or law enforcement infrastructure.
.,, b. public information which when opened and given to the applicant public information can interfere with the interests of the protection of intellectual property rights and protection from unhealthy business competition;
.,, c. public information which when opened and given to the applicant the information Public could compromise State security and defence, i.e.:.,,.,, 1. information on the operations, intelligence, strategy, tactics and techniques relating to the Organization of the system of defence and State security, including the stages of planning, implementation and evaluation of such termination or in connection with the threats from inside and outside the country;
., ,2. document that contains about strategy, intelligence, operations, techniques and tactics relating to the holding of the country's defense and security system which includes the stages of planning, execution and termination or evaluation;
., ,3. amount, composition, disposition, or dislocation of the strength and ability in implementing a system of defence and State security as well as development plans;
., ,4. the images and data on the situation and circumstances bases and/or military installations;
., ,5. data on the estimated military capabilities and defense of other countries is limited on all the actions and/or the indication of the country that may harm the sovereignty of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia and/or data related to military cooperation with other countries that was agreed upon in the Treaty as the secret or very secret; 6. persandian System State; and/or 7. the country's intelligence system.
.,, d. Public Information when opened and given to the applicant public information can reveal the natural wealth of Indonesia;
.,, e. public information which when opened and given to the applicant public information, can harm the national economic resilience:.,,.,, 1. the initial plan of buying and selling of national currencies or foreign assets, stock and vital State-owned;
., ,2. the initial plan changes in exchange rates, interest rates, operating models and financial institutions;
., ,3. the initial plan changes the interest rates of banks, government loans, tax changes, rates, or other countries/regions of income; 4. the original plan a sale or purchase of land or property;

5. the initial plan of foreign investment;., .6. the process and results of the supervision of banking, insurance, or other financial institutions; and/or 7. matters relating to the process of printing money.
.,, f. public information which when opened and given to the applicant public information, can be detrimental to the interests of foreign relations:.,,.,, 1. bargaining power position, and strategies that will and have been taken by the State in conjunction with the international negotiations; 2. the inter-State diplomatic correspondence;., 3. persandian and communication systems used in the conduct of international relations; and/or, 4. strategic infrastructure security and protection of Indonesia abroad.

.,, g. public information which when opened can reveal the contents of the authentic deed personalized and last will and Testament or the willingness of someone;
.,, h. public information which when opened and given to the applicant public information can reveal the secret, IE:.,, 1. history and condition of the family member;., .2. history, conditions and treatments, treatment of physical health, and psychological state of a person; 3. the financial condition, assets, income, and bank account someone;., 4. the results of the evaluation with respect to capabilities, intellect, and recommendation of a person's ability; and/or, .5. the records related to one's personal unit activities relating to formal education and non-formal education units.
.,, i. memoranda or letters between a public body or a public Agency intra, which by their nature kept secret except upon the ruling of the Commission or court Information; j. information should not be disclosed under any law.

Article 18.,, (1) not included in the category of information which is excluded is the following information:.,, a. verdict justice;.,, b. statutes, decisions, regulations, circulars, or other policy forms, both of which do not apply binding or tying into or outside as well as the consideration of a law enforcement agency; c. warrants termination of investigation or prosecution;

d. annual expenditure plan of the law enforcement agencies;

e. annual report law enforcement agencies;

f. report of the results of the refund results in corruption; and/or other information g. as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (2).
.,, (2) does not include information that is excluded as stipulated in article 17 the letter g and letter h, among others in:.,, a. the parties secret revealed gives written consent; and/or, b. the disclosure relates to a person's position in public offices.
.,, (3) in the case of criminal proceedings in the interest of the Court, the Chief of police of the Republic of Indonesia, the Attorney General, Chief Justice, Chairman of the corruption eradication Commission, and/or leadership of State agencies and other law enforcement agencies authorized by law may open information that is excluded as stipulated in article 17 the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, letter i and j.
.,, (4) the opening of information are excluded as referred to in paragraph (3) was done by way of filing a request for permission to the President.
.,, (5) Request the permission referred to in subsection (3) and subsection (4) for the purposes of civil proceedings relating to financial or wealth of the State in court, request for permits submitted by the Attorney General as the State's lawyer to the President.
.,, (6) the written consent referred to in subsection (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5) is awarded by the President to the head of the Police of Republic of Indonesia, the Attorney General, the Chairman of the corruption eradication Commission, the leadership of the State agencies of other law enforcement agencies, or the Chairman of the Supreme Court.
.,, (7) taking into consideration the interests of Defense and security of the State and the public interest, the President may refuse a request for information which is excluded as referred to in paragraph (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5).
Article 19 officials of the provider of the information and documentation on every public body is obligated to perform testing of the consequences referred to in article 17 carefully and full precision before declaring a particular excluded for public information accessible by any person.

Article 20.,, (1) the exceptions referred to in article 17 the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f and not permanent.
.,, (2) further Provisions concerning the period of exclusion is regulated with a government regulation.
CHAPTER VI Article 21 OBTAIN INFORMATION MECHANISMS Mechanisms for obtaining public information is based on the principle of fast, timely, and cost.

Section 22.,, (1) every applicant for public information may file a request for obtaining public information related to the public body in writing or not writing.
.,, (2) a public body is obligated to record the name and address of the applicant's public information, subject and format information as well as how the submission of information requested by the applicant for Public Information.
.,, (3) the public body in question obliged to take note of the proposed public information requests are not recorded.
.,, (4) a public Agency required to provide related proof acceptance request public information referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (3) registration number at the time the request is received.
.,, (5) in the case of requests submitted directly or through electronic mail, registration number provided when the receipt of the request.
.,, (6) in the case of requests submitted by mail, shipment registration number can be given simultaneously with the transmission of information.
.,, (7) no later than 10 (ten) working days since the receipt of the request, the public body in question obliged to convey a written notice containing:.,, a. information requested is under the control of or otherwise;.,, b. public body is obligated to notify the public body to which the requested information if the requested information is not under the control of a public body and which receives a request to know the existence of the information requested;
.,, c. acceptance or rejection of the request with the reason listed as referred to in article 17;
.,, d. in terms of requests received in whole or in part of material specified information to be provided;
.,, e. in terms a document contains content that are excluded as stipulated in article 17, then the excluded information can be blacked out with accompanying reasons and the material; f. Messenger tool and format of information to be provided; and/or g. costs and payment methods to obtain the information requested.
.,, (8) the public body in question may extend the time for submitting the notice referred to in subsection (7), at least 7 (seven) working days next to provide the reasons in writing.
.,, (9) further Provisions regarding the procedures for requests for information to a public body set up by the Commission for information.
CHAPTER VII of the COMMISSION'S INFORMATION is considered Part of the function of article 11 of the Commission's information is a functioning independent institution run this legislation and its implementation regulations setting technical standards services public information and resolve the dispute through the mediation of public information and/or Ajudikasi nonlitigasi.

The second part of article 24, Position, (1) Commissions Commissions consist of Information Information Center, provincial Information Commission, and if it takes a Commission Information kabupaten/kota. (2) the Central Information Commission is based in the national capital.
.,, (3) the Commission Informed the province based in the capital of the province and district/city Information Commission based in the capital of kabupaten/kota.
The third part of article 25 Composition.,, (1) the Central Information Commission members amounted to 7 (seven) people who reflect the elements of the Government and society.
.,, (2) the members of the Commission Informed the provincial and/or district/city Information Commission amounted to 5 (five) persons that reflect elements of Government and society.
.,, (3) Information Commission headed by a Chairman and members and accompanied by a Deputy Chairperson and members. (4) the Chairman and Deputy Chairman are elected from and by the members of the Commission for information.
.,, (5) the election referred to in subsection (4) is carried out by all members of the Commission Informed deliberation and agreement has been reached if not done voting.
The fourth part of the task of article 26 (1) of the Commission of the information served:.,,.,, a. received, reviewed, and break the petition public information through dispute resolution mediation and/or Ajudikasi nonlitigasi presented by each Applicant of Public Information based on the reasons referred to in this law; b. establish a public information service of public policy; and c. establish guidelines and technical instructions. (2) the Central Information Commission in charge:.,,.,, a. establish procedures the implementation of dispute resolution through mediation and/or Ajudikasi nonlitigasi;
.,, b. receiving, checking, and severing of disputes in the area for public information the Commission Information provincial and/or district/city Information Commission has not yet formed; and, c.., gave a report on the execution of his duties under this Act to the President and the House of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia once a year or at any time when requested.
.,, (3) the Commission Informed the provincial and/or district/city Information Commission is in charge of receiving, checking, and break the public information in the area of Dispute through mediation and/or Ajudikasi nonlitigasi.
The fifth part of the authority of article 27 (1) in carrying out its task, the Commission has authority Information:.,, a. call and/or bring together the parties to the dispute;.,, b. ask relevant records or materials owned by the public body are related to decisions in an attempt to resolve the dispute public information;
.,, c. requesting information or present officials of the public body or to a related party as a witness in dispute resolution for Public Information;
.,, d. taking the oath each witness who heard his statement in Ajudikasi dispute resolution nonlitigasi public information; and, e.., create a code of ethics that was announced to the public so that the public can assess the performance of the Commission for information.
.,, (2) the Central Information Commission Authority include dispute resolution Authority public information concerning public body Central and provincial public body and/or the public body during the kabupaten/kota level the Commission Information in the province or district/city Information Commission has not been established.

.,, (3) the authority of the Commission Informed the province include dispute settlement authority regarding provincial public body concerned.
.,, (4) authority of Commission Information kabupaten/kota authorities include dispute resolution involving a public body district/city level are concerned.
The sixth part of liability Article 28.,, (1) the Central Information Commission is responsible to the President and to submit a report on the implementation of the functions, duties, and authority to the Council of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (2) the Commission Informed the province responsible to the Governor and submit a report on the implementation of the functions, duties, and authority to the House of representatives of the concerned provinces.
.,, (3) the Commission Informed kabupaten/kota is responsible to the bupati/walikota and submit a report on the implementation of the functions, duties, and authority to the Regional House of representatives districts/cities concerned.
.,, (4) the full report of the Commission of the information referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) is open to the public.
The seventh section of the Secretariat and of the Commission Penatakelolaan Information Chapter 29.,, (1) administrative support, finance, and governance the Commission Information implemented by the Secretariat of the Commission. (2) the Secretariat of the Commission of the Information held by the Government.
.,, (3) the Central Information Commission Secretariat headed by the Secretary designated by the Minister that the task and authority in the field of communication and informatics based on the proposals of the Commission for information.
.,, (4) the Secretariat of the Commission Informed the province implemented by officials whose duties and authority in the field of communication and information at the provincial level are concerned.
.,, (5) the Secretariat of the Commission on Information exercised by district/city officials who have the duty and the authority in the field of communication and information at the kabupaten/kota level are concerned.
.,, (6) the Central Information Commission Budget charged to the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues, the budget Commission of the provincial Information and/or district/city Information Commission charged on the Budget income and Expenditure the provincial and/or Regional Budget of income and Expenditure area of kabupaten/kota is concerned.
The eighth section of the appointment and dismissal of article 30 (1) the terms of appointment of Commission members information:.,, a. citizen of Indonesia;

b. have the integrity and not reprehensible;., c. never are convicted for committing a criminal act liable to a criminal 5 (five) years or older;
.,, d. have knowledge and understanding in the field of Public information disclosure as part of human rights and public policy; e. has experience in the activity of the public body;., f. membership and willing to give his position in a public body if the appointed member of the Commission information; g. willing to work full time;

h. age of least 35 (thirty five) years; and i. healthy body and soul.
.,, (2) recruitment of candidates for members of the Commission the information held by the Government openly, honestly, and objectively. (3) a list of the members of the Commission are mandatory Information is announced to the public.
.,, (4) everyone has the right to ask opinions and assessment of prospective members of the Commission of the information referred to in subsection (3) with accompanying reasons.
Article 31.,, (1) the members of the Commission of the results of the recruitment Centre Information referred to in article 30 paragraph (2) presented to the Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia by the President a number of 21 (twenty one) candidates.
.,, (2) the Republic of Indonesia people's representative Council selects members of Commission Information Center through the test the fit and eligibility.
.,, (3) the Central Information Commission Member who has been elected by the House of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia subsequently set by the President.
Article 32.,, (1) the members of the Commission Informed the provincial and/or district/city Information Commission the results of recruitment as stipulated in article 30 paragraph (2) presented to the House of representatives the provincial and/or Regional House of representatives district/City Area by the Governor and/or bupati/walikota at least 10 (ten) candidates and at most 15 (fifteen) candidates.
.,, (2) Regional Representatives of the provincial and/or district/city choose the members of the Commission Informed the province and/or the Commission Information kabupaten/kota through the test the fit and eligibility.
.,, (3) members of the Commission Informed the provincial and/or district/city Information Commission was chosen by the House of representatives the provincial Areas and/or the House of representatives the next district/City Area established by the Governor and/or Regent/Mayor.
Article 33 Information Commission members are appointed for a term of four (4) years and may be reappointed for one of the next period.

Article 34.,, (1) the dismissal of members of the Commission Commission decision made on the basis of the information the information in accordance with the level and proposed to the President to the Commission Information Center, to the Governor to the Commission Information of the province, and to the bupati/walikota to Commission Information kabupaten/kota to set. (2) Commission members quit or Information dismissed because:.,, a. dies;

b. has run out his term;

c. resigned;., d., are convicted by the Court ruling which has a magnitude of the law remains the shortest criminal threats with 5 (five) years in prison;
.,, e. sick body and soul and/or other reasons that resulted in question cannot perform tasks 1 (one) year in a row; or., f. perform the action deplorable and/or violate any code of conduct, which is an award established by the Commission for information.
.,, (3) the dismissal referred to in subsection (1) are set through presidential decree to the Commission Information Center, the Governor's decision to Commission the provincial Information, and/or decisions of the bupati/walikota to Commission Information kabupaten/kota.
.,, (4) the Commission Informed members of the intertemporal Substitution is performed by the President after consultation with the Chairman of the House of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia to the Commission Information Center, by the Governor after consultation with the Chairman of the House of representatives Commission Information to provincial Areas of the province, and by the bupati/walikota after consultation with the Chairman of the House of representatives of the regional district/municipality to Commission Information kabupaten/kota.
.,, (5) the members of the Commission of the information taken from the intertemporal replacement the next sequence based on the results of the test of feasibility and appropriateness which has been implemented as the basis for the appointment of members of the Commission Information on the period in question.
CHAPTER VIII the OBJECTION and DISPUTE RESOLUTION through the COMMISSION INFORMATION is considered part of the Objections Article 35.,, (1) every applicant for public information may submit an objection in writing to the supervisor of officials who manages the information and documentation on the basis of the following reasons:.,,.,, a. Disclaimer of information requests based on the reason the exception referred to in article 17; b. not providing regular information referred to in article 9;

c. do not ditanggapinya information requests;

d. Requests for information not addressed as requested;

e. not fulfillment of requests for information;

f. imposition of costs which are not reasonable; and/or,, g. submission of information beyond the time provided for in this Act.
.,, (2) the reasons referred to in subsection (1) letter b up to the letter g can be solved conversationally by both parties.
Article 36.,, (1) the objections raised by the applicant public information within a period of at least thirty (30) working days after the discovery of the reasons referred to in Article 35 paragraph (1).
.,, (2) the Supervisor of officials as referred to in article 35 paragraph (1) provides a response to the objection raised by the applicant public information within a period of at least thirty (30) working days since the receipt of the objection in writing.
.,, (3) written Reasons is included with the response if the superior officer as referred to in article 35 paragraph (1) concurred that set by his subordinates.
The second part of dispute resolution Through the Commission of information Article 37.,, (1) the dispute resolution Efforts public information submitted to the Commission Information Center and/or Commission Information provincial and/or district/city Information Commission in accordance with its response in the superior Officer who manages the information and documentation in the process of objection does not satisfy the applicant's public information.
.,, (2) dispute resolution Efforts public information filed within at least fourteen (14) working days after receipt of a written response from superiors acting as stipulated in article 36 paragraph (2).
Article 38, (1) the Commission and the Commission Information Center Information provincial and/or Commission Information kabupaten/kota must start seeking public information through dispute resolution mediation and/or Ajudikasi nonlitigasi at least fourteen (14) working days after receiving the application for dispute resolution for Public Information.
.,, (2) dispute resolution Process referred to in subsection (1) at least can be completed in 100 (one hundred) working days.
Article 39 the ruling of the Commission of the information derived from the agreement through Mediation are final and binding.

CHAPTER IX of the LAW COMMISSION is considered part of the EVENT the mediation article 40.,, (1) dispute resolution through mediation is the choice of the parties and is voluntary.
.,, (2) resolution of disputes through mediation can only be made against the principal things contained in article 35 paragraph (1) letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, and the letter g.
.,, (3) the agreement of the parties in the mediation process is poured in the form of the verdict of the Mediation Commission information.
Article 41 in the mediation process Information Commission members acted as mediator.

The Second Part


Ajudikasi Article 42 the dispute public information through the Ajudikasi nonlitigasi by the Commission of information can only be reached if the Mediation effort unsuccessful stated in writing by one of the parties to the dispute, or one of the parties to the dispute or to withdraw from the negotiations.

Article 43.,, (1) the Council of a Commission examining Information and break things at least three (3) or more members of the Commission and should be numbered gasal. (2) the Council of a Commission information is open to the public.
.,, (3) in matters relating to the examination of the documents included in the exceptions referred to in article 17, then the trial proceedings are closed.
.,, (4) the members of the Commission obliged to keep the secret Information of the document referred to in subsection (3).
The third part of the examination of the Article 44.,, (1) in the event of the Commission receiving the petition for dispute resolution information is public information, the Commission provided a copy of the application Information to the respondent.
.,, (2) the respondent Party referred to in subsection (1) is the leader of a public body or related officials appointed are heard his statement in the review process.
.,, (3) in the event the respondent referred to in subsection (2), the Commission of the information can be disconnected to hear the information orally or in writing.
.,, (4) the appellant and the respondent public information can represent to his Deputy that specifically delegated to it.
The fourth part of proof Article 45.,, (1) a public body must prove the things that support his opinion when States are unable to provide information on the grounds referred to in article 17 and article 35 paragraph (1) letter a.
.,, (2) a public body must convey the reasons supporting his attitude when the applicant applied for a public information public information dispute resolution as set forth in article 35 paragraph (1) letter b up to the letter g.
The fifth part of the ruling of the Commission Information Article 46.,, (1) the decision of a Commission information about the grant or denial of access to all or part of the information requested contains one of the following:.,,.,, a. cancel the ruling of the superior bodies of the public and decided to give some or all of the information requested by the applicant public information in accordance with the decision of the Commission for information; or, b.., confirmed the ruling of the superior Officer who manages the information and documentation not to provide the information requested in part or in whole as referred to in article 17.
.,, (2) the decision of a Commission information about the principal objections referred to in Article 35 paragraph (1) letter b up to the letter g, contains one of the following:.,,.,, a. ordered officials of the provider of the information and documentation to perform its obligations as provided in this Act;
.,, b. ordered the public body to fulfill its obligations within the period of the giving of the information as set forth in this Act; or., c. confirmed consideration of public body or employer decides about the cost of a search and/or duplication of information.
.,, (3) the decision of a Commission Information in a hearing open to the public, unless the verdict regarding the information excluded.
.,, (4) the Commission of the Information required to provide a copy of the award to the parties to the dispute.
.,, (5) if any member of the Commission that in severing a matter have different opinions of the award made, the opinion of the members of the Commission attached to the award and became part of an integral part of the verdict.
CHAPTER X the SUIT to COURT and CASSATION Court Considered the lawsuit Section to Article 47.,, (1) the filing of a lawsuit is done through the Court of the State in which the public Entity is sued the State.
.,, (2) the filing of a lawsuit is done through the District Court if the public body is sued in addition to state public body referred to in subsection (1).
Article 48.,, (1) the filing of a lawsuit as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) may only be taken if one of the parties to the dispute in writing stating do not accept the verdict of the Commission Ajudikasi Information at least fourteen (14) working days after receipt thereof.
.,, (2) All information concerning excluded Information on Commission, the Council and in the courts are closed.
Article 49.,, (1) Administrative Court ruling a country or District Court in dispute resolution Information public about the granting or denial of access to all or part of the information requested contains one of the following commands:.,, a. cancel the ruling of the Commission for information and/or order the public body:.,,.,, 1. to provide some or all of the information that is public information by the applicant appealed; or, 2. refused to provide some or all of the information requested by the applicant for Public Information. b. the Commission concurred information and/or order the public body:.,,.,, 1. to provide some or all of the information requested by the applicant public information; or, 2. refused to provide some or all of the information requested by the applicant for Public Information.
.,, (2) the Court ruling the State or District Court in dispute resolution public information about the principal objections referred to in Article 35 paragraph (1) letter b up to the letter g contains one of the following commands:.,,.,, a. ordered officials of the provider of the information and documentation to perform its obligations as provided in this Act and/or ordered to meet the period of granting of information as provided for in this Act; b. the applicant's application was refused public information; or c. decided the cost of duplication of information.
.,, b. Administrative Courts or District Court gave a copy of the award to the parties to the dispute.
The second part of Cassation article 50 the parties did not accept the ruling of the administrative court or the District Court may file a cassation to the Supreme Court no later than within 14 (fourteen) days from receipt of the Court decision the State or District Court.

CHAPTER XI of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS Article 51 any person who deliberately use public Information against the law are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 1 (one) year and/or a criminal fine of at most $500 RP (five million rupiah).

Article 52 Public Bodies which deliberately does not provide, do not provide, and/or not publish public information in the form of public information public information periodically, that must be promulgated immediately, public information that must be available at all times, and/or public information that should be provided upon request in accordance with this Act, and resulted in harm to another person is subject to criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) year and/or a criminal fine of at most $500 b (five million rupiah).

Article 53 any person who intentionally and unlawfully destroying, damaging, and/or eliminate public information documents in any form of media that are protected by State and/or relating to the public interest are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 2 (two) years and/or a criminal fine of $1,000 for the most numerous (ten million dollars).

Article 54.,, (1) any person who intentionally and without right of access and/or obtain and/or provide information which is excluded as provided for in article 17 the letter a, letter b, letter d, letter f, letter g, letter h, i, and j are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 2 (two) years and criminal fines of $1,000 for the most numerous (ten million dollars).
.,, (2) any person who intentionally and without right of access and/or obtain and/or provide information which is excluded as provided for in article 17 the letter c and the letter e, are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than three (3) years and criminal fines at most Rp RP 20,000,000 (twenty million rupiah).
Article 55 every person who intentionally make public information that is untrue or misleading and result in harm to others are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 1 (one) years and/or a maximum fine of Rp RP 5,000,000 (five million rupiah).

Article 56 Any violations are criminal sanctions in this legislation and also threatened with criminal sanctions in other statutes that are applicable are specific criminal sanctions of the Act is more specific.

Article 57 criminal charges based on this Act is complaint and submitted through delik judiciary.

CHAPTER XII OTHER PROVISIONS OTHER Provisions Article 58-more about the procedures for the payment of compensation by the State public body set up with government regulations.

CHAPTER XIII TRANSITIONAL PROVISION Article 59 the Commission Information Center should be established at the latest 1 (one) year of the promulgation of this Act.

Article 60 the Commission Informed the province must have formed at least 2 (two) years from the promulgation of this law.

Article 61 at the time of the enactment of this Act public body should carry out their obligations under the laws.

Article 62 Government regulations should already be set since the enactment of this Act.

CHAPTER XIV PROVISIONS COVER Article 63 at the time of the enactment of this Act all legislation relating to the acquisition of existing information continue to apply all the conflicting and not yet replaced based on these laws.

Article 64 (1) of this Act comes into force 2 (two) years from the date of promulgation.

.,, (2) the preparation and determination of government regulations, technical instructions, socialization, and infrastructure, as well as other matters related to the preparations for the implementation of this law should be completed no later than 2 (two) years since this legislation enacted.

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

.,, Enacted in Jakarta on 30 April 2008 The PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on 30 April 2008 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY MATTOANGIN RI No. 4846 (explanation of the 2008 State Gazette Number 61) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 14 in 2008 ABOUT the OPENNESS of PUBLIC INFORMATION I.. In the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 Article 28 F mentioned that everyone has the right to communicate and obtain information to develop personal and social environment, as well as the right to seek, acquire, possess, and store the information using any kind of available channels. To provide security against everybody in obtaining information, needs to be shaped the laws that govern the disclosure of public information. Maximum functionality is necessary, given the right to obtain information is a basic human right as one manifestation of the life of a nation and a country that is democratic.
.,, One of the important elements in realizing the Organization of the State that open is a right of the public to obtain information in accordance with the legislation. Rights over information becomes very important because of the more open countries to conducting supervised the Organization of the public, the more responsive. The right of every Person to obtain information is also relevant to improving the quality of the involvement of communities in the public decision-making process. Participation or involvement of the community does not mean much without the guarantee of public information disclosure.
.,, The existence of the law on Public information disclosure is very important as the legal basis relating to (1) the right of every Person to obtain the information; (2) the liability of public body providing and servicing requests for information in a quick, timely, proportionate, mild/cost and simple way; (3) exemptions are restrictive and limited; (4) the obligations of a public body to fix the system's documentation and information service.
., Each public body has an obligation to open up access to public information relating to the public body for the public at large. The scope of the public body in this Act includes executive agencies, the judiciary, the legislature, as well as other countries get the providers of funds from the Budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues (NATIONAL BUDGET)/Anggaran income and Expenditure area (BUDGETS) and non-governmental organizations, includes both incorporated legal or not legal, such as travelling on a non-governmental organization, the Assembly, as well as other organizations who manage or use the funds that are partially or completely sourced from STATE BUDGET/BUDGETS , community contributions, and/or abroad. Through the mechanisms and the implementation of the principle of openness, will created a good Governence and role as well as a transparent society and high accountability as one of the prerequisites for the realization of real democracy.
.,, With open public access to information expected public body responsible for the motivated and service-oriented people at their best. Thus, it can speed up the realization of open Government is a strategic effort to prevent the practice of corruption, collusion, and nepotism (KKN), and the creation of good Governence (good governance).

II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1.,, is quite clear.

Article 2, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), the definition of "on time" is the fulfillment of the request Information is done in accordance with the provisions of this Act and regulations implementation.

"The simple way" is the requested information easily accessible in terms of procedures and also easy to understand.

The "small fee" means the fee charged proportionally on the basis of standard costs in General. Subsection (4),, is a "consequences arising" are the consequences that endanger the interests protected by law when an information is opened. A the information categorized open or closed should be based on the interests of the public. If the larger public interest can be protected by closing information, such information must be kept secret or closed and/or vice versa.

Section 3.,, is quite clear.

Section 4.,, is quite clear.

Section 5.,, is quite clear.

Article 6, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), the letter a, the definition of "harm" is a danger against State sovereignty, territorial integrity of the Republic of Indonesia, the unity of the Country and the safety of the nation from the threat and disruption of the integrity of the nation and the State. More about information that is injurious to the State defined by the Commission for information. Letter, b., the definition of "unhealthy business competition" is the competition antarpelaku effort in carrying out the activities of the production and/or marketing of goods and/or services is done by means of dishonest, against the law, or inhibit competition efforts. More about unhealthy business competition Information set by the Commission for information. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is the "secret Office" is a secret that concerns the tasks in an Office of a public body or other tasks that are assigned based on legislation. The letter e.,, is a "public information requested has not been ridden or documented" is a public body for real have not mastered and/or documented public information.

Article 7,, is quite clear.

Article 8,, is quite clear.

Article 9, paragraph (1),, is a "periodical" is routinely, regularly, and in a certain period. Paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, the definition of "Information relating to the public body" is information concerning the existence, governance, goals and purpose, the scope of activities, and other information which is Public Information in accordance with the provisions of the legislation, the letter b is the performance of the public body is the condition of the public body concerned which include results and accomplishments achieved as well as the ability of the works. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5),, is quite clear. Paragraph (6).,, is quite clear.

Article 10, paragraph (1), the definition of "immediately" was a spontaneous, at that time also. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear.

Article 11,, is quite clear.

Article 12,, is quite clear.

Article 13.,, is quite clear.

Clause 14., letter a, letter b, quite clearly, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is quite clear. The letter f,, is quite clear. The letter g.,, is quite clear. The letter h., what is meant by:.,, 1. "transparency" is the openness in the decision-making process and openness in relevant and material Information suggests about the company;
., ,2. "independence" is a situation in which the company is managed professionally without conflicts of interest and influence/pressure from any party that does not comply with the legislation and the principles of a healthy Corporation;
., ,3. "accountability" is the clarity of the functions, implementation, and accountability for the management of the company so that the company would operate effectively;
., ,4. "accountability" is the conformity in the management of the company against the legislation and the principles of a healthy Corporation;
., ,5. "reasonableness" is justice and equality in fulfilling the rights of stakeholders (stakeholders) arising under treaties and legislation. The letter i.,, is quite clear. J.,, is quite clear. The letters k, a, is quite clear. The letter l.,, is quite clear. The letter m,, is quite clear. The letter n.,, is a "statute relating to state-owned enterprises/business entity belonging to the region" is Act No. 19 of 2003 about State-owned enterprises, Law Number 40 of 2007 concerning limited liability companies, as well as the laws governing the sector of the business activities of State-owned enterprises/business entity belonging to an area that applies to all businessmen in the sector of business activity.

Article 3, letter a,.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is quite clear. The letter f,, is quite clear. The letter g.,, is a "legislation relating to the political party" is the law on political parties.

Article 16,, is a "non-governmental organization" is an organization of law or not well-bodied incorporated law which includes Assembly, non-governmental organizations, non-governmental business entity that some or all of their funds are sourced from STATE BUDGET/BUDGETS, community contributions, and/or abroad.

Article 17, Subparagraph a.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, 1.,, the definition of "information relating to the system of Defense and security of the State" is information on:.,, 1. infrastructure defense on the insecurity of strategic communication system: Defense, defense, strategic support System Center guides, and control of military operations;

., ,2. the title of the military operations on the planning of military operations, command and control of military operations, the ability of the operation military units held a tactical military operations, missions, military tactical operations degree, stages and time a degree of tactical military operations, dots, and the degree of insecurity of military capabilities, insecurity, location, as well as the analysis of the moral and physical condition of the enemy;
., ,3. armament system on technical specifications of military weaponry, tool operational performance and operational technical capability of military armament tools, military armament system insecurity, as well as architecture and prototypes of military weaponry; Figure 2.,, is quite clear. Figure 3.,, is quite clear. 4.,, is quite clear. Number 5,, is quite clear. Number 6.,, is a "State persandian system" is everything to do with safeguarding State secrets Information that includes data and information material about the password and nets are used, the methods and techniques of application persandian, the activity of its use, as well as searching and stripping other party password Information includes data and information material password used, the activity of search and analysis, information sources, codenamed , as well as the results of the analysis and the personnel who perform the password. Figure 7.,, is a "State intelligence system" is a system that regulates the activities of intelligence services tailored to each stratum to be more purposeful and coordinated effectively, efficient, synergistic, and professionals in anticipation of various forms and the nature of potential threats or opportunities so that the results of its analysis to accurately, quickly, objective, and relevant that can support and facilitate national strategies and wisdom. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is quite clear. The letter f,, is quite clear. The letter g.,, is quite clear. The letter h.,, is quite clear. Letter, i., "confidential Memorandum" means the memorandum or the letters between a public body or a public Agency intra-by their nature are not provided to parties other than the public body who are conducting the relationship with the public body in question and when opened can be seriously detrimental to the process of policy formulation, i.e. can be:.,, 1. reduces freedom, courage, and honesty in the filing of the proposal, communication, or exchange ideas with respect to the decision-making process; 2. inhibit the success of policies because of the premature disclosure;

3. interfere with success in a negotiation process that will be or is being done. J.,, is quite clear.

18. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 19,, is quite clear.

Article 20.,, is quite clear.

21. Article,, is quite clear.

Section 22.,, is quite clear.

23. Article,, is a "standalone" is independent in the exercise of authority and duties and its functions included in deciding the dispute public information based on this law, justice, common interests, and the interests of the unity of the Republic of Indonesia.

"Ajudikasi nonlitigasi" is the Ajudikasi resolution of disputes outside of the courts that have the power of an award equivalent to the Court ruling.

24. Article,, is quite clear.

25. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 26, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, is a "procedure of implementing dispute resolution" is a procedure beracara in the field of dispute resolution information is carried out by the Commission for information. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear.

Article 27, paragraph (1), letter a,.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is a "code of conduct" means the code of conduct that binds every Member of the Commission for its information, which is conducted by the Central Information Commission. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear.

28. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 29, paragraph (1).,, "Managing secretarial Officer" is a structural officials of government agencies which tasks and functions in the field of communication and information in accordance with the legislation. Subsection (2), the definition of "Government" is the Minister who has the duties and functions in the field of communication and informatics. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5),, is quite clear. Paragraph (6).,, is quite clear.

Article 30, paragraph (1), letter a,.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is quite clear. The letter f,, is quite clear. The letter g.,, is quite clear. The letter h.,, is quite clear. Letter, i., "Healthy body and soul" is evidenced through the certificate official health examiners team established by the Government.

The definition of "open" is that information every stage of the recruitment process must be announced to the public.

What is meant by "honest" is that recruitment processes take place fairly and nondiskriminatif based on this law.

The definition of "objective" is that the recruitment process should base it on criteria that are set by this law. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear.

31. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 32.,, is quite clear.

33. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 34, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is quite clear. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is quite clear. The letter f,, is a "deplorable action" is defiling the dignity and reputation and/or reduce the independence and credibility of the Commission for information. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4), the definition of "intertemporal substitution of members of the Commission of the information" is the appointment of members of the Commission of any new information to replace Commission members quit or information that has been dismissed as referred to Article 35 paragraph (1) before his term ends. Subsection (5),, is quite clear.

Article 35, paragraph (1).,, filing an objection in writing to the supervisor of officials who manages the information and documentation at least contains the name and/or the original user's instance of the information, the reason for filing the objection, the purpose of using the information and information request the meant position cases.

The definition of "supervisor of officials who manages the information and documentation" is the official who is the direct supervisor of the concerned officials and/or supervisor of a direct supervisor of officials concerned.

The letter a.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, the definition of "complainant" was the response from the public body in accordance with the terms of service that has been provided for in the public information service of the technical instructions. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e.,, is quite clear. The letter f,, is quite clear. The letter g.,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear.

36. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 37, paragraph (1), the dispute resolution Efforts, public information through the Commission of the Information can only be submitted after an objection to the superior officials of the provider of the information and documentation. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear.

38. Article,, is quite clear.

39. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 40.,, is quite clear.

41. Article,, is quite clear.

42. Article,, is quite clear.

43. Article,, is quite clear.

44. Article,, is quite clear.

45. Article,, is quite clear.

46. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 47, paragraph (1),, a lawsuit against the State public body associated with the official policy of the State is exercised by the courts of The State in accordance with its based on the law on The Judiciary of the country. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear.

48. Article,, is quite clear.

49. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 50.,, is quite clear.

51. Article,, which penalized in this provision covers any individual person, group of persons, legal entities, or a public body referred to in this Act.

52. Article, which may be subject to criminal sanctions against criminal acts committed by corporations dropped to: a. legal entity, company, Foundation, or Assembly;., b., those who gave the orders doing criminal acts or acts as a leader in conducting criminal acts; or c. both.

53. Article,, which penalized in this provision covers any individual person or group of persons or a legal entity or a public body referred to in this Act.

Article 54, paragraph (1),, which penalized in this provision covers any individual person or group of persons or a legal entity or a public body referred to in this Act. Subsection (2), imposed sanctions in this provision covers any individual person or group of persons or a legal entity or a public body referred to in this Act.

55. Article,, which penalized in this provision covers any individual person or group of persons or a legal entity or a public body referred to in this Act.

56. Article,, is quite clear.

57. Article,, is quite clear.

58. Article,, is quite clear.

59. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 60.,, is quite clear.

61. Article,, is quite clear.

62. Article,, is quite clear.

63. Article,, is quite clear.

64. Article,, is quite clear