Local Regulations No. 12 In 2008

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 12 Tahun 2008

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GOVERNMENTS CITY of TASIKMALAYA TOWN TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL REGULATIONS No. 12 in 2008 ABOUT PROCEDURES for REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Considering: a. that the regional development activities in order to be effective, efficient and has a target, then the necessary regional development planning; b. that under article 27 paragraph (2) of Act No. 25 of 2004 about the system of national development planning, drawing up the provisions of the local Government Ordinance Drafting Long-term development plan (RPJP) region, the medium-term development plan (RPJM) areas, the strategic plan of the working Units of the device area (Renstra-SEGWAY), Regional Government work plan (RKPD), a work Plan of the working units of the device area (Renja-SEGWAY) and implementation of the Regional Development Planning Meetings arranged with local regulations; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish applicable local Ordinances about the Tasikmalaya Regional Development Planning; Remember: 1. Act No. 28 of 1999 regarding the Organization of a country that is clean and free of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851); 2. Act No. 10 of 2001 on the establishment of the town of Tasikmalaya (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4117); 3. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286);  the use of 1-http://bphn.go.id/4. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355); 5. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 6. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4421); 7. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as it has twice changed with Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 8. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 9. Act No. 17 of 2007 about the Long-term National Development Plan 2005-2025 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4700); 10. Government Regulation Number 39 of 2001 on the Organization of the Dekonsentrasi (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 62 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4095); 11. Government Regulation Number 52 in 2001 about the conduct of the duties of Pembantuan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 77 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4107); 12. Government Regulation Number 20 in 2004 about the Government work plan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 74 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4405); 13. Government Regulation number 25 in 2004 about the preparation of the guidelines for the regulation of conduct of the regional House of representatives (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 91 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4417), as amended by government regulation Number 53 in 2005 about the changes to the Government Regulation number 25 in 2004 about the preparation of the guidelines for the regulation of conduct of the regional House of representatives (State Gazette Indonesia 2005 Number 130 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 4569); 14. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2005-agricultural http://bphn.go.id/165-2, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 15. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 16. Government Regulation number 8 in 2008 about the stages, the procedures for the preparation, control and evaluation of the implementation of the Regional Development Plan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 21, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4817); 17. Rule number 3 Tasikmalaya City Area in 2008 about the Affairs of governance into the authority of the Government of the city of Tasikmalaya (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2008 Number 83); Together With The Approval Of The HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES And MAYOR Of TASIKMALAYA CITY AREA TASIKMALAYA DECIDED: Setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING The PROCEDURES For The PLANNING Of LOCAL DEVELOPMENT. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is the town of Tasikmalaya. 2. The province was a province of West Java. 3. Local Government is the town of Tasikmalaya. 4. The regional development planning board hereinafter abbreviated Bappeda is Bappeda Tasikmalaya. 5. Planning is a process to determine the appropriate future actions, by order of preference, taking into account the resources available. 6. Regional development is the utilization of resources that belong to the improvement of the welfare of society, both in the aspect of income, employment opportunities, access to try, making powerful competitiveness, as well as an increase in the human development index. 7. Regional Development Planning is a process of drafting stages of activities involving various elements of stakeholders in it, to utilization and allocating resources in order to improve the use of 3-http://bphn.go.id/in an environment of social welfare region/area in a given period. 8. Regional Development Plans is the right future actions, by order of preference, taking into account available resources implemented by all components in order to achieve the vision, mission and objectives which include Long-term Regional development plans, medium-term Regional development plan, the medium-term development plan of the working units of the device area, local government work plan, Annual Work Unit plans to build Devices area. 9. Long term Regional development plan, hereinafter abbreviated as RPJPD, is a planning document for a period of 20 (twenty) years. 10. Medium term Regional development plan, hereinafter abbreviated RPJMD, is a planning document for the period of 5 (five) years. 11. the medium-term development plan of the working Units of the device Area, hereinafter called Renstra-SEGWAY, is a unit of work planning documents Device area for a period of 5 (five) years. 12. Annual development plan Area, hereinafter called the local government work plan (RKPD), is the regional planning document for the period of 1 (one) year. 13. the Deliberations of the regional development planning hereinafter abbreviated Musrenbang is a forum between perpetrators in order to draw up regional development plans of both Long-term development plans, Regional development plans, medium-term or Annual development plan Area Region, hereinafter called the regional development work plan (RKPD). 14. Long-term development planning Discussion Area hereinafter abbreviated Musrenbang Long-term Area is a forum between perpetrators in order to compile RPJPD. 15. the medium-term development planning Discussion Area hereinafter abbreviated Musrenbang medium term Regional is a forum between perpetrators in order to compile the RPJMD. 16. The annual Regional development planning Discussion which further shortened Musrenbang Annual forum is an area between perpetrators in order to compile the RKPD 17. Annual Work Unit development plan Area of the device, hereinafter called the work plan of the working units of the device area (Renja-SEGWAY), is a unit of work planning documents for the area of Device 1 (one) year. 18. the work plan and budget a work unit of the device area, hereinafter referred to as the RKA-SEGWAY, budgeting and planning is a document that contains the programs and activities of the working units of the device Area which is the elaboration of a plan of work Devices and regions strategic plans units of Work Device Area concerned within one financial year, as well as the budget necessary to carry it out.  the use of 4-http://bphn.go.id/


19. the activities of the members of the PARLIAMENT recess is to visit the area concerned and the election of members to absorb the aspirations of society as a form of execution of duties and authorities of the members of PARLIAMENT that were held outside the period of the trial. 20. The vision is a common formula regarding the desired state at the end of the planning period. 21. the general outline of the mission is about the efforts that will be undertaken to realize the vision. 22. Strategies are steps contains indicative programs to realize its vision and mission. 23. The policy direction is/actions taken by the local Government to achieve the goal. 24. The programme is an instrument of policy that contains one or more activities that are executed by government agencies to achieve the goals and objectives as well as to obtain the allocation of the budget, or community activities that are coordinated by government agencies. CHAPTER II SCOPE article 2 the scope of the Regulations in this Area include the following: a. intents and purposes; b. the principle of regional development Planning; c. Regional Development Plan Stage; d. Renstra and Renja SEGWAY; e. procedures for the preparation of the Regional Development Plan Document; and f. the control and evaluation of regional development Planning. Article 3 (1) of the regional development planning includes planning the Organization of all governmental functions that include integrated in all areas of life in the area. (2) Regional Development Planning consists of planning the development of a structured integrated by SEGWAY. (3) Planning regional development as referred to in paragraph (2) produces: a. RPJPD; b. the RPJMD; and c. RKPD. CHAPTER III GOALS and PURPOSE of article 4 (1) establishment of the regulatory intent of this area is to provide guidelines in order to embody legal certainty in planning local development. (2) the purpose of the establishment of the regulation of this area to realize the directional development planning and quality.  the use of 5-http://bphn.go.id/CHAPTER IV PRINCIPLES article 5 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING (1) Regional Development Planning is one unit in the system of national development planning. (2) Regional Development Planning is carried out together with local government stakeholders based on the role and the authority of each. (3) Regional Development Planning integrates the spatial plan of the regional development plan. (4) the planning of regional development was implemented taking into account the conditions and potential of the region as well as the needs of the community through networking aspirations on a scale of priorities, according to the dynamics of regional and national development. Article 6 regional development Planning are formulated based on the following principles: a. transparent; b. responsiveness; c. efficient; d. effective; e. accountability; f. participatory; g. measurable; h. fairness; and i sustainably. Chapter V STAGE DEVELOPMENT PLAN AREA is considered Part of the General article 7 (1) Regional Development Plans include the following: a. RPJPD; b. the RPJMD; and c. RKPD. (2) Regional Development Plan referred to in subsection (1), drawn up with the stages: a. the preparation of preliminary draft; b. implementation of the Musrenbang; c. formulation of the final draft; and d. the assignment plan. The second part of the long-term development plan of the regional preparation of the Initial draft of the 1st paragraph of article 8 (1) initial drafting RPJPD Bappeda.  the use of 6-http://bphn.go.id/(2) RPJPD contains a vision, mission and direction of the regional development with reference to the National RPJP and RPJPD provinces. (3) in drawing up the design for RPJPD as referred to in paragraph (1), Bappeda asked for input from stakeholders and the SEGWAY. Paragraph 2 of article 9 implementation of the Musrenbang (1) Musrenbang held to discuss the draft initial RPJPD. (2) the Musrenbang implemented by Bappeda inviting stakeholders. (3) with a series of activities implemented Musrenbang submission, discussion and preliminary draft of the penyepakatan RPJPD. (4) Outline Implementation Musrenbang set more by the rules of the Mayor. Paragraph 3 formulation of the final draft of article 10 (1) final draft RPJPD is formulated based on the results of the Musrenbang. (2) the final draft RPJPD formulated the longest one (1) year prior to the expiration of the RPJPD is running. (3) the final draft RPJPD is delivered to the PARLIAMENT in the form of Draft local regulations about the longest RPJPD 6 (six) months prior to the expiry of the RPJPD is running. Paragraph 4 the determination of article 11 (1) the DPRD along the head of the region discussed the Draft local regulations about RPJPD. (2) RPJPD set with applicable local Government after consultation with the appropriate provisions of laws-invitation. Article 12 validity RPJPD validity adapted to the National RPJP. Article 13 (1) the Mayor delivered a Regulatory Region of RPJPD longest one (1) month to the Governor with a copy to the Minister of the Interior. (2) the Mayor of disseminating Regulatory Region of RPJPD to the community.  the use of 7-http://bphn.go.id/the third part of the medium-term development plan of the regional preparation of the Initial draft of the Paragraph 1 Article 14 (1) RPJMD contains the vision, mission and programs. (2) initial drafting Bappeda RPJMD. (3) initial draft of RPJMD based on RPJPD, RPJPD province and pay attention to the RPJM national, strategic environmental conditions in the area, as well as the results of the evaluation of the implementation of the previous period of RPJMD. Article 15 (1) the head of a SEGWAY SEGWAY Renstra drafting-in accordance with the initial draft of the RPJMD. (2) Draft Renstra-SEGWAY SEGWAY to the Head delivered by Bappeda. (3) initial draft of perfecting the Bappeda RPJMD became draft RPJMD using draft Renstra-SEGWAY as input. Paragraph 2 implementation of the Musrenbang article 16 (1) the Musrenbang implemented to discuss draft RPJMD. (2) the Musrenbang implemented by Bappeda inviting stakeholders. (3) with a series of activities implemented Musrenbang submission, discussion and the draft penyepakatan RPJMD. (4) Outline Implementation Musrenbang set more by the rules of the Mayor. Paragraph 3 formulation of the final draft of article 17 (1) final draft RPJMD formulated by Bappeda based on results of the Musrenbang. (2) discussion of the formulation of the final draft RPJMD led by the Mayor. Paragraph 4 of article 18 term Assignment RPJMD adapted to the term of Office. Article 19 (1) RPJMD set with local regulations after consultation with the Minister of the Interior.  form 8-http://bphn.go.id/(2) local regulations regarding the RPJMD set the longest 6 (six) months after the Mayor was sworn in. (3) local regulations regarding the RPJMD delivered to the Governor with a copy to the Minister of the Interior. (4) the Mayor of disseminating local regulations about RPJMD to society. Part four regional development work plan for drafting the Preliminary draft of the 1st paragraph of article 20 (1) initial drafting RKPD Bappeda. (2) RKPD is the elaboration of RPJMD. (3) coordinate the preparation of the draft of the Bappeda Head RKPD Head with SEGWAY use draft Renja-SEGWAY. (4) the draft RKPD draft regional economic framework to load, program the regional development priorities, work plan and funding as well as the forecast ahead with considering the funding framework and indicative pagu, both sourced from Budgetary income and Shopping Areas as well as other resources is encouraging community participation. (5) the determination of priority programs oriented to the fulfillment of the fundamental rights of society and the achievement of a sustainable justice. (6) the draft RKPD be RKPD Musrenbang materials. Paragraph 2 implementation of the Musrenbang clause 21 (1) Musrenbang RKPD is the vehicle of public participation in the area. (2) the Musrenbang RKPD undertaken by Bappeda every year in order to discuss the draft RKPD the following year. (3) the Musrenbang RKPD implemented for alignment Design Renja between SEGWAY and Subdistrict development plan as well as the results of networking aspirations through the recess was held by members of the DPRD. (4) the results of the recess as referred to in paragraph (3) is set in several stages as follows: a. the results of the one-year trial period recess goes into the preparation of changes to the current year BUDGETS; b. results of the second and third recess period year goes into the preparation of BUDGETS for the next year. (5) the results of the proposed networking aspirations beyond the provisions as set forth in paragraph (3) and (4) are not acceptable as the Musrenbang.  the use of 9-http://bphn.go.id/


Section 22 (1) the Musrenbang implemented with stages and timetable as follows: a. level Musrenbang Wards was implemented in January; the subdistrict level Musrenbang b. in February; and c. the Musrenbang city level in March. (2) the procedures and technical implementation of the Musrenbang as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed further by a regulation the Mayor. Paragraph 3 formulation of the final draft of article 23 (1) the results of the Musrenbang RKPD the basis of the formulation of the final draft RKPD by Bappeda. (2) the final draft prepared by Bappeda RKPD based on the results of the Musrenbang RKPD, complemented by funding shows the forecasts going forward. Paragraph 4 the determination of section 24 (1) RKPD defined by regulation the Mayor. (2) the Mayor delivered a Regulation the Mayor about the RKPD to the Governor with a copy to the Minister. (3) basis for preparing the Draft RKPD Budget revenues and Shopping area. Article 25 the Mayor the Mayor Rules about disseminating RKPD to the community. CHAPTER VI RENSTRA and RENJA SEGWAY Article 26 (1) the SEGWAY compose Renstra-SEGWAY. (2) Renstra-SEGWAY as referred to in paragraph (1) contains the vision, mission, goals, strategies, policies, programs, and development activities in accordance with its duties and functions. (3) Drafting Renstra-SEGWAY guided RPJMD and indicative in nature. (4) the Sub as the SEGWAY compose Renstra Subdistrict with guided RPJMD. Article 27 Renstra-SEGWAY set with the decision of the head of the SEGWAY.  form 10-http://bphn.go.id/Article 28 (1) the SEGWAY compose Renja-SEGWAY. (2) Draft Renja-SEGWAY compiled with reference to the initial draft RKPD, Renstra-SEGWAY, the results of the evaluation of the implementation of the programmes and activities of the previous period, problems encountered, and the proposed programs and activities that come from the community. (3) Draft Renja-SEGWAY contains the policies, programs, and development activities either carried out directly by the local authorities and is encouraging community participation. (4) programs and activities referred to in subsection (3) includes the following programs and activities under way, alternative or new activities, performance indicators, and targets that became the main ingredient RKPD, as well as shows forecasts going forward. (5) the draft Renja-SEGWAY SEGWAY forum discussed in that held together between the stakeholders to determine priority development activities. Article 29 Renja SEGWAY set with the decision of the head of the SEGWAY. CHAPTER VII the PREPARATION of the REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN DOCUMENTS are Considered part of the Data source of article 30 (1) the regional development plan Documents prepared using data and information, as well as the spatial plan. (2) the Data and information referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the Organization of local governments; b. Organization and tatalaksana local governance; c. the head of the region, the PARLIAMENT, the devices area; d. financial area; e. resource potential of the region; f. legal product areas; g. population; h. territorial baseline information; and i. any other information associated with the Organization of local governance. Article 31 (1) in the framework of the management and utilization of the data and information optimally, the need to build regional development planning information system. (2) regional development planning information System is a subsystem of the regional information system as a unified whole and not separated.  form 11-http://bphn.go.id/Article 32 Spatial Plan was the main reference of the terms and the preparation of the regional development plan documents in accordance with the legislation. The second source of Data Processing Article 33 (1) Data and information, as well as spatial plan referred to in article 30 processed through the process of: a. regional analysis; b. identification of national policy that have an impact on the region; c. formulation of regional development problems; d. preparation of the programme, the indicative allocation of funds, activities, and funding sources; and e. the preparation of a draft regional development policy. (2) data processing and information and spatial plan referred to in subsection (1) is done through coordination with stakeholders. Paragraph 1 of article 34 Area Analysis (1) Regional Analysis includes an evaluation of the implementation of the regional development plans of previous periods, conditions and current development situation, as well as exceptional circumstances. (2) the analysis referred to in subsection (1) done by Bappeda together with stakeholders. (3) study and devise frameworks Bappeda instrument analysis as well as conducting field research before drawing up regional development planning. Paragraph 2 the identification of national policy that have an impact on Areas of article 35 (1) identification of national policies that have an impact on the area is the regional efforts in order to synchronize the execution of policies and programs national priorities in regional development. (2) the national policy Synchronization is done by looking at compliance against the sustainability program, the desired impact in terms of the achievement of the target or targets, levels of keterdesakan, and the ability to budget. Paragraph 3 formulation of regional development Issues of article 36 (1) regional development Issues formulated with emphasis on the level of keterdesakan and the needs of the community.  the use of 12-http://bphn.go.id/(2) outline of the problems laid out thoroughly covers the challenges, threats and weaknesses, encountered in the planning and implementation of regional development. (3) the preparation of the outline of the problem referred to in subsection (2) are equipped with budget forecasts, achievement of target performance and policy directions in the future. Paragraph 4 the preparation programme, the Indicative allocation of Funds, Activities and funding sources of article 37 (1) of the Program, its activities and funding are organized based on: a. approach the performance, medium-term expenditure framework and an integrated planning and budgeting; b. indicative funding framework and launched; c. the program priorities and mandatory affair Affairs of options refers to the minimum service standard in accordance with the real conditions of the area and the needs of the community. (2) the programs, activities and funding arranged for the planned year accompanied forecasts going forward as the implications of the need of funds. (3) regional development funding sources made up of Budget revenues and Shopping Areas and other sources. Article 38 the drafting guidelines for integrated planning and budgeting as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (1) letter a is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. Paragraph 5 of the draft regional development Policy Formulation of article 39 (1) of the draft regional development policy that has been drawn up discussed in public consultation forum. (2) public consultation Forum referred to in subsection (1) is followed by the community and stakeholders. (3) the draft development policy area referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. RPJPD; b. the RPJMD; and c. RKPD. Article 40 of the draft regional development policy as a result of public consultation forum formulated into draft regional development Plan early by Bappeda together with SEGWAY.  form 13-http://bphn.go.id/the third part the regional development plans of the Systematics Article 41 (1) Systematics of writing RPJPD, at least the following: a. introduction; b. an overview of the condition of the area; c. analysis of strategic issues; d. the vision and mission of the region; e. policy directions; and f. the rule implementation. (2) Systematic writing of RPJMD, at least the following: a. introduction; b. an overview of the condition of the area; c. the description of the area as well as the financial management framework funding; d. analysis of strategic issues; e. vision, mission, goals and objectives; f. strategy and policy directions; g. public policy and regional development programmes; h. indication of priority program plan that accompanied the funding needs; i. determination of performance indicators the region; and j. guidelines for transition and implementation of the rule. (3) Systematic RKPD of at least the following: a. introduction; b. evaluation of the implementation of the RKPD last year; c. draft regional economic frameworks with framework funding; d. priorities and development goals; and e. the plans and programs of activities of regional priorities. (4) Systematic writing Renstra SEGWAY, at least the following: a. introduction; b. Description of service SEGWAY; c. strategic issues based on basic tasks and functions; d. the vision, mission, goals and objectives, strategies and policies; e. plan programs, activities, performance indicators, targets and indicative funding; and f. SEGWAY performance indicators referring to the RPJMD goals and objectives. (5) the Systematic writing of Renja SEGWAY, at least the following: a. introduction; b. evaluation of the implementation of the SEGWAY Renja last year; c. goals, objectives, programs and activities; d. performance indicators and targets which describe the achievement Renstra SEGWAY; e. indicative fund along with the source and advanced forecasting based on indicative pagu; f. sources of funds needed to run the programs and activities; and g. the cover.  the use of 14-http://bphn.go.id/


Part four Coordinating the preparation of the Regional Development Plan Article 42 (1) Coordinating the preparation of the SEGWAY and SEGWAY Renja Renstra conducted by each of the SEGWAY. (2) Coordinating the preparation of RPJMD, RPJPD and RKPD done by Bappeda. (3) the coordination of the preparation of RPJMD, RPJPD and RKPD against the SEGWAY done by Chief of Bappeda. Article 43 procedures for coordination in drafting the SEGWAY regional development plans arranged further by the Mayor. CHAPTER VIII CONTROL of REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING and EVALUATION is considered part of the Control Section 44 (1) the Mayor performs control of regional development planning. (2) in the implementation of the control of the Mayor can assign the head of the SEGWAY wing control. Article 45 the control as stipulated in article 43 includes control of: a. planning the regional development policy; and b. implementation of regional development plans. Article 46 (1) Control referred to subsection (1) of article 44, in its implementation undertaken by Bappeda: a. overall planning for regional development b. Head SEGWAY for the program and/or activities in accordance with the basic tasks and functions. (2) monitoring of the implementation of the program and/or activities by SEGWAY referred to in subsection (1) includes the realization of the attainment targets, the absorption of the funds, and the obstacles faced. (3) the results of the monitoring of the implementation of the program and/or activities referred to in paragraph (2) are arranged in the form of a quarterly report to be submitted to Bappeda. (4) the Chief of Bappeda reporting the results of monitoring of the development plan to the Mayor, periodically every quarter accompanied by recommendations and proposed follow-up required.  the use of 15-http://bphn.go.id/second part Evaluation Article 47 (1) the Mayor is doing the evaluation of the regional development planning. (2) the evaluation referred to in paragraph (1) covers evaluation of: a. planning the regional development policy; b. implementation of the regional development plans; and c. the results of regional development plans. Article 48 (1) Evaluation by the Mayor in its implementation undertaken by Bappeda: a. overall planning for regional development which includes: 1. assessment of the implementation process of the formulation of the regional development plan documents, and implementation of regional development programmes and activities; and 2. compile, analyze and compile the results of the evaluation of the head of the SEGWAY in the framework of the achievement of the regional development plan. b. head of SEGWAY for product performance program implementation and the activities of the previous period of SEGWAY. (2) the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) becomes material for the preparation of regional development plans for the next period. Article 49 the Mayor obliged to provide information about the results of the evaluation of the implementation of the regional development planning. The third section changes to article 50 (1) Regional Development Plans can be changed in the event of: a. the control and evaluation of the results indicates that the process of the formulation and substance of which has not been formulated in accordance with the mechanism provided for in laws-an invitation; b. the fundamental changes; or c. harm national interests. (2) change the regional development plan established by local regulations. The fourth part of the community Article 51 (1) of the community can report the programs and activities that are considered incompatible with the regional development plan that has been set.  the use of 16-http://bphn.go.id/(2) the report referred to in subsection (1) must be accompanied by an accurate data and information. (3) local Governments follow up reports from the public, as in subsection (1) upon consideration of the head of the Bappeda and head of the SEGWAY. (4) delivery Mechanism and follow-up reports from the community is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. CHAPTER IX PROVISIONS COVER Article 52 things that have not been provided for in the regulation of this area is all about the technical implementation is governed by the rules of the Mayor. Article 53 of regulation of this area comes into force on the date of enactment so that everyone knows it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in Tasikmalaya City Area of the sheet. Set in Tasikmalaya on December 4, 2008 the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT of the promulgation in Tasikmalaya on December 4, 2008 the SECRETARY of the REGIONAL CITY of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. ENDANG SUHENDAR TASIKMALAYA CITY AREA the SHEETS 2008 NUMBER 93-agricultural 17-http://bphn.go.id/EXPLANATION of APPLICABLE LOCAL TASIKMALAYA number 12 in 2008 ABOUT the REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROCEDURES i. General to guarantee the holding of democratic Government, transparent, accountable, efficient and effective in the field regional development planning, required the presence of the guideline Ordinance governing pembangunaan planning stages, preparation, control and evaluation. The application of rules of law with regard to the regional planning is a tool to achieve the objectives of public service as stipulated in Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance. To that end, the implementation of the autonomous region needs to get a bigger boost from the various elements of the community through the regional development planning so that democratization, transparency, accountability can be realized. The Organization of the regional development plan is intended to: 1. Enhance consistency between the policy conducted public organisations and between macro and micro policies as well as between policy and implementation; 2. increase transparency and participation in the process of policy formulation and program planning; 3. Align the program planning and budgeting; 4. Improve accountability for the utilization of the resources and public finance; 5. the attainment of measurable policy performance assessment, planning, and implementation of appropriate RPJMD, thus achieved the effectiveness of planning. Providence, the procedures for the preparation, control and evaluation of the plan area is carried out by a political approach, teknokratik, participatory, top-down (top down) and bottom-up (bottom up) Implemented procedures and stages of regional planning aims to streamline the process of good governance through the utilization of public resources that have an impact on the acceleration of the process of social change for the improvement of the welfare of the community, or the economic development process and terarahnya the ability of communities, and the achievement of the objectives of public service. The Organization of the Ordinances and the stages of the planning area includes the planning process on the respective scope of the governance of the city consists of the process of policy formulation (1), (2) the preparation of the program, (3) preparing the allocation of financing, and (4) monitoring and evaluation of the performance of the implementation of policies, plans, programmes and allocation of funding the program. The procedures and stages of regional planning undertaken by the agency or the Planning Board in the scope of the Central Government and the regions as well as the use of organizational unit 18-http://bphn.go.id/public, include (1) State agencies and institutions of the region, (2) Department/Agency nondepartemen/nondinas area. The process of planning the Organization of the activities carried out either on the respective scope of the City Government as well as the coordination of antarlingkup Government through a process and a specific mechanism to achieve the national goal. The process of organizing the planning should be able to provide direction for the improvement of socio-economic development and the ability of the community, it is therefore necessary the existence of synchronization between the plans of the program/activity by a public organization to plan the activities of the community and stakeholders. The process of organizing planning need to be followed by the existence of a mechanism for monitoring the performance of policies, programs, plans and integrated financing for completion of subsequent planning policy; and the mechanism coordinating the planning of horizontal and vertical communication and dialogue focused on the antarlembaga of planning with the principles of community, equality, and interdependence with each other. The planning process was implemented to include the principle of empowerment, equitable, democratic, desentralistik, transparency, accountable, responsive, and participatory by involving the whole element of State institutions, government agencies, communities and stakeholders. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear. Article 2 is quite clear. Article 3 is quite clear. Article 4 is quite clear. Article 5 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) Integrating spatial plan with the regional development plan aims to achieve the fulfillment of the fundamental rights of the community in accordance with the authority of local Government Affairs and improve the people's welfare. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 6 is: "transparent" is opening up to the right of the public to obtain information that is true, honest, and not discriminatory about the use of 7-http://bphn.go.id/


the Organization of the State by remaining attentive to the protection of personal rights, groups, and State secrets. "Responsive" is able to anticipate the variety of potential, problems and changes that occur in the area. "Efficient" is the achievement of a certain output with the lowest input or output with the lowest maximum input. "Effective" is the ability to hit a target with a resource that is owned by the way or the most optimal process. "Accountable" is any activity and the end result of the regional development planning should be accountable to the public or the people as the holder of the highest State sovereignty in accordance with the provisions of the laws-undangaan. "Participatory" is the right of society to be involved in every stage of the planning process of local development and inclusive nature against a group that termarginalkan through special communication lines to accommodate the aspirations of groups of people who do not have access in making policy. "Scalable" is the setting of performance targets to be accomplished and the means to achieve it. "Justice" is the principle of the balance antarwilayah, sector, gender, income and age. Article 7 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is a "Musrenbang area" is the aspiration of networking efforts among other things is intended to accommodate the aspirations of groups of people who do not have access in making policies through special lines of communication. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. Article 8 is quite clear. Article 9 is quite clear. Article 10 is quite clear. Article 11 is quite clear. Article 12 is quite clear.  form 20-http://bphn.go.id/Article 13 is quite clear. Article 14 the fairly obvious Article 15 article 16 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 17 is clear enough. Article 18 article 19 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 20 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) the definition "regional development priority program" is the program which became an urgent need in accordance with the potential, funds, personnel, and managerial ability. What is meant by "work plan" plan is a document that contains the programs and activities necessary to achieve development goals, in the form of a framework regulation and the framework of the budget. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Section 21 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) in the Musrenbang were discussed the draft RKPD Renja-based SEGWAY SEGWAY Forum results by way of reviewing the harmony between the draft Renja-SEGWAY with the needs of the community that the results are used to update the draft RKPD. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Section 22 is quite clear.  -agricultural http://bphn.go.id/21-Article 23 is quite clear. Article 24 is quite clear. Article 25 is quite clear. Article 26 article 27 quite clearly is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. Article 29 is pretty clear. Article 30 is quite clear. Paragraph (1) Spatial Plan which needs to be referenced is a Spatial Plan area (RTRW) cities, and Urban Spatial Plans (RTRKP). Paragraph (2) of the public can obtain the data and information to provide input in the preparation of local development plans of local governments. Article 31 paragraph (1) the information system planning of regional development is a process of collecting, processing, storage, maintenance, search back and validation of various specific data needed by an organization of regional development planning. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 32 spatial Plans and planning documents as RPJPD each other interrelated and cannot be separated. For areas that do not have spatial plans, then RPJPD is a reference for drafting spatial plans. Whereas if the area has had a spatial plan which is still valid, then the spatial plan is used as a reference. Article 33 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the coordination is carried out to: a. avoid overlapping programs, activities and funding the use of 22-http://bphn.go.id/compiled by each SEGWAY; b. alignment among the regional development plans financed via the Budget income and Expenditure the area with development plans in the area of STATE BUDGET-funded; c. alignment and synergy of regional development plan, between the province and antarkabupaten district/city/town. Article 34 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) of the study Framework and analysis instruments can also be specific analysis as an analysis of the costs and benefits (cost and benefit), the analysis of poverty and gender analysis. Article 35 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the definition of "keterdesakan" is something that cannot be postponed as natural disasters, disease outbreaks, an important regional issues. Article 36 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the formulation of a problem is carried out to identify the needs of the community through comprehensive analysis and keterdesakan. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 37 paragraph (1) letter a medium term expenditure Framework is an approach to budgeting based on policy, with decision-making against such policies is carried out in a perspective of more than one fiscal year, taking into account the cost implications due to the decision in question, the following year the advanced forecasts poured in; The basic arrangement of programs, activities and funding apply to preparation of RPJMD document, RKPD, SEGWAY and SEGWAY Renja Renstra. Letter b preferred funding Framework for the preparation of the medium-term documents (RPJMD and Renstra SEGWAY) and launched the document preparation used for indicative plans yearly (RKPD and Renja SKPD) Letter c Programs compiled on the basis of a compulsory affair and options, as well as activities organized by level of keterdesakan and effectiveness achievement of aims, objectives of the program.  form 23-http://bphn.go.id/subsection (2) is used to forward the document Forecasts Renja SEGWAY and RKPD. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 38 is quite clear. Article 39 paragraph (5) public consultation Forum is the networking and storage containers are the aspirations of the community, and the business world to the refinement of the draft policy. This indicates the system of top-down planning (bottom-up planning) based on the principle of the democratization and decentralization. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 40 is quite clear. Article 41 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is a "framework of funding" is part of a fiscal framework that is associated with the ability to finance government spending. Funding frameworks drawn up jointly between the financial Part with Bappeda. The letter 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. The letter i is quite clear. The letter j in the period of transition, in order to avoid a vacuum, as a transitional period, then the old RPJMD will end up being the interim guidelines for the Government of newly-elected regional heads for no new RPJMD.  24-http://bphn.go.id/the use of the letter k is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) letter a is quite clear. The letter b in the description of service of the SEGWAY also explained about an overview of the performance of the SEGWAY has been achieved. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. The letter e is quite clear. The letter f is quite clear. Subsection (5) the letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite obviously the letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. The letter e is the "indicative fund" is a fund that is allocated for details of the annual event. What is meant by "pagu indicative" is the amount of funds available for the preparation of the program and annual activities. The letter f is quite clear. The letter g is quite clear. Article 42 is quite clear. Article 43 is quite clear. Article 44 is quite clear. Article 45 is quite clear. Article 46 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the definition of "attainment targets" is the progress of implementation activities. Paragraph (3) is quite clear.  use of 25-http://bphn.go.id/subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 47 is quite clear. Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 is quite clear. Article 50 paragraph (1) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is a "fundamental change" is a work that cannot be done, there is a natural disaster, or a change in national policy. The letter c is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 51 is clear enough. Article 52 is quite clear. Article 53 is quite clear. ADDITIONAL SHEET TASIKMALAYA AREA number 2-agricultural 26-http://bphn.go.id/