Act No. 45 Of 2007

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 45 Tahun 2007

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ACT 45-2007 Text copy _?.
Back COUNTRY GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 4778 (explanation of the 2007 State Gazette Number 133) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA NUMBER 45 in 2007 ABOUT the BUDGET of the STATE EXPENDITURES and REVENUES of the FISCAL YEAR 2008 i. General., BUDGET, fiscal year 2008 prepared based on a Government work plan (RKP) in 2008, as well as the framework of Macroeconomic and Fiscal Policy issues in 2008 as already discussed and mutually agreed , either in talks or Preliminary Talks level I Discussion RAPBN fiscal year 2008 between the Government and the House of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia. It is in accordance with the provisions of article 12 and article 13 of Act No. 17 of 2003 about the finances of the State. In addition, the STATE BUDGET fiscal year 2008 is also considering economic conditions, social and political, which developed in the last few months, as well as various policy measures that are expected to be reached in 2008.
.,, With attention to external factors and macroeconomic stability, Indonesia's economic growth in 2008 is expected to reach approximately 6.8% (six to eight per cent of semicolon). The Government is optimistic that such growth can be achieved because first, consumption is estimated to be still quite high as a result of increased purchasing power. Second, the increasingly conducive investment climate is expected to become the attraction of investors both domestic and foreign capital to invest in Indonesia, so the expansion of employment opportunities can be realized, which in turn can reduce the levels of unemployment and poverty. Other factors are also pushing Indonesia's economy in 2008 are increasing the value of Indonesia's exports, especially exports of nonmigas. Meanwhile, Indonesia will import more focused on capital goods so as to trigger the development of the processing industry in the country.
.,, Meanwhile, through fiscal policy, monetary, real sector and coordinated, the exchange rate of the rupiah is expected to be in the range of Rp RP 9.100 (nine thousand one hundred rupiah) per one United States dollar. The stability of the exchange rate of the rupiah has an important role towards the attainment of the target of inflation in 2008, and the development of banking interest rates. In the year 2008, with terjaganya the stability of the rupiah exchange rate, and provided the supplies and lancarnya current distribution needs Staples, then the inflation rate is estimated to be pressed on the level of 6.0% (six comma zero percent). Correspondingly, the average interest rates on SBI 3 (three) months is expected to reach an average of 7.5% (seven comma five percent). On the other hand, taking into account the world oil demand growth remains strong, especially by the industry of China and India, as well as the tight spare capacity in oil producer countries because investment in the petroleum sector is relatively slow, then the average crude oil price in the international market in Indonesia in 2008 is expected to be in the range of US $ 60.0 (sixty United States dollars) a barrel, while the level of lifting crude oil is estimated to be around 1.034 (one comma zero three four) million barrels per day.
., The Government realizes that in order to achieve development goals in 2008, there were several challenges to be faced. To that end, the Government's work programme goals in 2008 are expected to provide important advances in the implementation of the three development agenda as outlined in the RPJMN 2004-2009, namely: (a) realizing a safe and peaceful Indonesia; (b) realizing a just and democratic Indonesia; and (c) embody a prosperous Indonesia. Meanwhile, the principal challenge of macroeconomic frameworks and financing development faced in 2008, are: (a) encourage the acceleration of economic growth; (b) expedite the reduction of unemployment and poverty; and (c) maintaining the economic stability.
., Based on the three agenda and the challenges faced by the principal, the preparation of the draft STATE BUDGET for the 2008 fiscal year is directed to address the fundamental problems that are a priority of development, namely: (a) increased investment, exports, and employment opportunities; (b) revitalizing agriculture, fisheries, forestry and rural development; (c) the acceleration of infrastructure development and improved management of energy; (d) improved access to and quality of education and health; (e) increase in efektifivitas poverty reduction; (f) the eradication of corruption and the acceleration of the implementation of the reform of the bureaucracy; (g) strengthening the ability of the defense and security establishment in the country; and (h) disaster management, disaster risk reduction, and increased the response to bird flu.
.,, Thus, the policy of the Central Government budget appropriations in 2008 is directed primarily to support the activities of the national economy in spur growth, create jobs, and expand and improve the quality of service to the community and reducing poverty, in addition to maintaining national stability, the smooth conduct of the operational activities of the Government and improve the quality of service to the community. In line with the policy direction, then the priority allocation of the budget of the Central Government in the year 2008 are: (i) investment expenditure, especially in the areas of basic infrastructure to support the activities of the national economy; (ii) social assistance, especially to provide basic services to society, especially in education and health care, with attention to the increase in the ratio of the education budget appropriate mandate of Constitution, as well as improving efforts of Equalization; (iii) improvement of income and welfare State apparatus and retired; (iv) improvement of the quality of service and efficiency of the operational activities of the Organization of the Government; (v) the provision of subsidies to help stabilize the prices of goods and services at an affordable level of the community; and (vi) the fulfillment of the obligations of debt interest payments.
., The next STATE BUDGET, also directed to carry out the mandate of the Constitution in order to meet citizens for: (i) employment and a decent livelihood for humanity; (ii) the prosperous life of birth and inner, live, and get a good environment and healthy, as well as eligible medical services; and (iii) the social security that allows the development of itself completely as human dignity, and got a decent education. In addition, the balance of development including budgeting needs to be fixed should be maintained in order to achieve the priority-priority improvements to the welfare of society as a whole and the implementation of the tasks of the Union that has been mandated in the Constitution of 1945.
.,, In the field of the transfer to the regions, as one of the main focuses of development prioritizing national, State budget income and expenditure the country to improve the shopping area through the central budget efficiency by diverting the funds for capital expenditures. Related to this, ahead of expected budget goods and capital expenditures of the Central Government can be diverted for the construction of a number of strategic infrastructure such as in agriculture, water, education, health, and transportation throughout the area in the country.
., Transfer appropriations, the addition to the area demanding regional readiness, because if the region is not ready, the diversion of these funds will not be efficient and not have an impact on the growth of the region. In addition, instruments and mechanisms pengalokasiannya should still be informed.
.,, Hence, in the framework of the Organization of the autonomous region, then the submission, pelimpahan, and the assignment to the Government Affairs area for real and responsible, it is also followed by the setting, the Division, and the utilization of national resources proportionally, democratic, fair and transparent, with attention to potential, conditions, and the needs of the region. In line with this, the application of the policy to the shopping area in 2008 will still be directed to: (i) improving the efficiency of public services; (ii) accommodating the aspirations of the community; (iii) improve the structure of the fiscal (BUDGETS); (iv) mobilization of financial resources (PAD); (v) improving accountability, transparency, and participation; (vi) reduce interregional fiscal disparities; (vii) ensure the provision of basic social services; (viii) improve the well-being of the community; and (ix) stimulate the economy and investment in the region.
.,, Next, in accordance with the mandate of the 1945 Constitution, the country's STATE BUDGET and prioritizing NATIONAL needs for the Organization of national education, by allocating at least 20.0% (twenty comma zero per cent) NATIONAL BUDGET and the national BUDGETS for education. But considering the constitutional mandate to pay attention to various other fields overall, in the 2008 education budget is estimated to still reach about 12.0% (twelve comma zero per cent) from the STATE BUDGET. The education budget calculations are based on the value of the comparison (in percent) between budget appropriations on the function of education in State spending (not including salaries of educators and the education budget is limited) to the overall state spending (not including whole paycheck). This definition has been used on the 2007 STATE BUDGET. The calculation of the education budget is consistent with the mandate in article 31 paragraph (4) of the Constitution of 1945 and section 49 subsection (1) of Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system. In addition, the education budget should be allocated in accordance with Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government, which has set educational function (along with its budget) assigned to the area, as well as Act No. 2 of 2005 on teachers and professors, who support the improvement of well-being educators.

., When the salaries of the teachers and educators which is a major component of the education budget in the ratio of education, then education budget in 2008 have reached 18.0% (eighteen comma zero percent). The ratio obtained from the value comparison (in percent) between budget allocation function of education in State spending (including salaries of educators, but not including education limited) to the overall state spending. Meanwhile, the ratio of the education budget in only takes into account the Central Government spending without taking into account the salaries of teachers and educators, then the education budget in 2008 reached 10.0% (ten comma zero percent). The ratio obtained from the value comparison (in percent) between budget allocation function of education in Central Government spending (not including salaries of educators and education budget limited) against the Central Government spending.
.,, Furthermore, to meet the needs of Central Government spending and transfers to the region, the necessary sources of revenue of the State budget and financing. Some of the factors affecting the magnitude of State revenue in the year 2008, both RAPBN taxation nor PNBP namely: macroeconomic conditions, the realization of the revenue in the previous year, the policy conducted in the fields of tariffs, the subject and object of the imposition, as well as the improvement and effectiveness of the administration of polling.
., There are some things that quite a significant influence on the calculation of the revenue target in 2008, namely the existence of legislation and regulations the implementation has been completed in 2007. The legislation referred to, among others: Tax LAW package, Customs ACT, Excise ACT, and the ACT of cutting. Tax LAW changes will have an impact on the acceptance of the State and the economy, both in the short and in the long term. In the short term, changes in the tax LAW is expected to provide the impact of a decline in tax receipts (tax potential loss), consisting of changes to the ACT the provisions of the general taxation and income tax ACT.
.,, But on the other hand, the tax administration towards refinement is expected to give a positive impact on the acceptance of the taxation of which includes measures to: (i) increasing taxpayer compliance; (ii) the establishment of the offices of the Ministry of taxes with the application of modern systems of information technology based voting; (iii) the reorganization on the organizational structure of the Directorate General of tax from the tax based on the type of organization be an organization based on function; (iv) creation of the Employee code of conduct; (v) improvements to the system of remuneration; and (vi) the establishment of an Account Representative.
.,, Meanwhile, in accordance with Act No. 8 of 1997 about the acceptance of the State instead of the tax, is the whole acceptance PNBP Central Government of taxation that comes from acceptance of natural resources (SDA), part of the Government over the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, profit and other PNBP. PNBP policy in 2008 would be more appreciated in the review and refinement of rules PNBP on their respective ministries/agencies, among others, through: (i) drafting legislation PNBP, as well as evaluation and completion rates in the field of PNBP, and (ii) verifying quantity PNBP and law enforcement (law enforcement) in the field of PNBP. On the other hand, optimization of the acceptance of a grant will be done among others through monitoring of disbursement over the commitment of donors in the framework of grants, especially for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of areas affected by disaster disaster.
., Public policy, Furthermore, financing the budget among other things placed on the determination of target surplus/budget deficit projection based on acceptance of countries as well as the allocation of State spending plans. Based on the projection and various policy steps above, in the 2008 fiscal year estimated RAPBN there is still a deficit budget. The deficit, will be closed through the financing of the budget comes from debt and nonutang. The Government has the option of financing the budget through Government accounts, the privatization of State-owned enterprises (SOEs), the sale of the assets of the banking restructuring program through asset management Company PT (PT PPA), and the provision of debt through the issuance of State Securities (SBN) and the withdrawal of Foreign Loans.
.,, In the future, the sources of financing of the budget will be more prioritized on the issuance of State Securities in the domestic market with the Rupiah's consideration: (i) the more the limited source of financing the deficit of nonutang that comes from the sale of assets of State-run PT PPA, the privatization of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, and the cash balance of the country; (ii) to reduce exposure against foreign loans in order to reduce the risk of exchange rates (exchange rate risk); (iii) to support the development of the capital market as a source of financing in the country; and (iv) to support the implementation of market-based monetary policy (market-based monetary policy). Related thereto, budget financing strategy must be done carefully so that the sources of financing of the budget is used seoptimal in order to avoid the occurrence of possible fiscal burden in the future that could potentially disrupt the continuity of fiscal (fiscal sustainability). In addition, the financing strategy of the budget should be implemented in a coordinated in order to be prudent in fiscal management is achieved, a credible monetary policy, debt management and a healthy and efficient cash management.

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

Article 2,, is quite clear.

Article 3, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), Reception, import duties and/or taxes in order to import (PDRI) are borne by the Government (DTP) as stated on the letter a is not taken into account in the allocation of public funds magnitudes (DAU), and allocated as tax subsidy shopping in the same amount.

What is meant by specific sectors referred to in letter a are oil & gas sector, geothermal, electricity, aviation, shipping, industry, and public transportation. Subsection (4), taxation, revenues of Rp RP 591.978.380.000.000 (five hundred and ninety-one trillion nine hundred seventy eight billion three hundred and eighty million rupiah) consisting of: (in rupiah) a. domestic Tax 569,971,680,000,000.00 4111 income tax (PPh) income tax 41111 305,961,420,000,000.00 petroleum and natural gas 41,649,820,000,000.00 411,111 PPh PPh 411,112 15,125,760,000,000.00 petroleum natural gas 26,524,060,000,000.00 nonmigas 264,311,600,000,000.00 411,121 PPh 41112 PPh Pasal 21 39,500,500,000,000.00 411,122 PPh section 22 non import 6,720,800,000,000.00 import 411,123 PPh section 22 21,638,140,000,000.00 411,124 PPH Pasal 23 25,285,130,000,000.00 411,125 PPh Article 25/29 people personal 2,954,800,000,000.00 411,126 PPh Article 25/29 111,161,120,000,000.00 body 411,127 PPh Pasal 17,323,800,000,000.00 26 411,128 PPh final fiscal and foreign-4112 39,727,310,000,000.00 value added tax goods and services tax and the top selling luxury goods (VAT and PPnBM) 4113 187,626,700,000,000.00 Earth and building Tax (PBB) 24,159,700,000,000.00 4114 Bea acquisition of rights to land and buildings (BPHTB) 4,852,700,000,000.00 Income tax 44,426,530,000,000.00 4115 41151 Income Tax 44,426,530,000,000.00 Tax Income Results 411,511 Tobacco 43,571,000,000,000.00 Ethyl Alcohol Excise Revenues 411,512 196,800,000,000.00 411,513 Income Tax Drinks Containing Ethyl Alcohol 658,730,000,000.00 4116 other tax revenue 2,944,630,000,000.00 b. international trade Tax 22,006,700,000,000.00 4121 4122 17,940,800,000,000.00 import duty Revenues Revenue Customs to the outside 4,065,900,000,000.00 of article 4, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5),, is quite clear. Subsection (6), not state taxes, revenues of Rp RP 187.236.083.476.000 (one hundred and eighty-seven trillion, two hundred thirty-six billion and eighty-three million four hundred seventy-six thousand rupiah) consists of:

(in rupiah) 421 acceptance of natural resource Revenue 126,203,170,475,000.00 4211 petroleum petroleum Revenue 42111 84,317,000,000,000.00 84,317,000,000,000.00 33,605,010,000,000.00 natural gas Revenues 4212 42121 natural gas Income 33,605,010,000,000.00 Income 5,306,410,475,000.00 4213 General mining 421,311 66,608,329,000.00 421,312 fixed dues Income Income royalty Income forestry 4214 5,239,802,146,000.00 coal 2,774,750,000,000.00 1,271,300,000,000.00 reforestation Fund Income 42141 42142 Income provision of forest resources 1,498,700,000,000.00 42143 Revenue dues concession rights to forest income-4215 4,750,000,000.00 200,000,000,000.00 421,511 fishing 200,000,000,000.00 fishing Income Income Profit Section 422-23,404,346,000,000.00 4221 Part Government-OWNED ENTERPRISES profit over Revenue 423 23,404,346,000,000.00 Other 37,628,567,001,000.00 PNBP 42311 sales revenue results production/sales Revenue 423,111 2,623,023,391,000.00 confiscated agricultural, forestry and plantation 2,510,115,000.00 423,112 sales revenue results of animal husbandry and fisheries 9,778,910,000.00 423,113 sales revenue 2,593,589,525,000.00 423,114 mine result sales revenue proceeds confiscated/booty and treasure relic 9,465,178,000.00 423,115 sales revenue of drugs and other pharmaceuticals 231,911,000.00 results 423,116 sales revenue information , publishing, film, surveying, mapping and other prints 5,848,788,000.00 423,117 Sales documents auction sales Revenue 423,119 234,603,000.00 other 1,364,361,000.00 43,913,719,000.00 asset sales income 42312 423,121 sales revenue home, building, buildings, and land sales Revenue 423,122 721,529,000.00 motor vehicles 1,813,944,000.00 423,123 30,026,309,000.00 buy lease Sales Revenue 423,124 sale of assets of the former foreign-owned 10,000,000,000.00 423,129 other asset sales income the excess/damaged/wiped out 42313 1,351,937,000.00 54,566,090,000.00 423,131 rental income rental income home office/home country 15,394,614,000.00 423,132 rental income buildings , buildings, and warehouse rental income 423,133 33,223,785,000.00 objects 3,983,254,000.00 423,139 rental income moving objects other motionless 42314 services Revenues 1,964,437,000.00 12,774,412,135,000.00 I 423,141 Revenue of hospitals and other health institutions 2,800,929,603,000.00 Revenue 423,142 entertainment/grounds/museum and nature tourism business levy (PUPA) 30,172,066,000.00 423,143 Income certificate, visa, passport, driver's licence, VEHICLE REGISTRATION, and REGISTRATION 2,571,036,960,000.00 423,144 4,685,682,977,000.00 rights and licensing Income 423,145 Income sensor/quarantine , surveillance/inspection 51,302,889,000.00 423,146 Revenue Service personnel, employment, information, training, technology, revenue, revenue DJBC BPN (services jobs from customs) 2,058,115,895,000.00 423,147 Revenue Service Religious Affairs Office 68,849,760,000.00 423,148 Revenue Service Airport, kepelabuhanan, and kenavigasian 505,864,300,000.00 423,149 2,457,685,000.00 Other Income services II service Income II 42315 2,022,984,414,000.00 423,151 Revenue Services of financial institutions (the giro service) services Revenue 423,152 39,923,001,000.00 organization of telecommunications billing fee Income 423,155 1,067,857,143,000.00 tax-tax State with force 3,328,140,000.00 423,157 31,384,307,000.00 423,158 auction Customs Revenue Revenue cost management accounts receivable and Revenue 423,159 42,269,350,000.00 country auction services other Income 42316 838,222,473,000.00 II instead of taxes from overseas 379,409,943,000.00 423,161 income from the grant of the letters of the Republic of Indonesia 56,648,876,000.00 423,162 travel revenue from services of a consular document management 322,761,067,000.00 42317 1,342,531,103,000.00 423,179 interest income interest income other Income 42321 1,342,531,103,000.00 Prosecutor's Office and judicial 33,766,987,000.00 423,211 Income legalization of signature 1,163,642,000.00 423,212 Income attestation letter under the hands of 275,505,000.00 423,213 Income money tables (leges) and wages on the clerk of the governing body of the Court (judiciary) 676,830,000.00 423,214 Revenues the result of the fine/speeding tickets and so forth 20,834,900,000.00 423,215 9,303,210,000.00 things 423,219 fare Revenue Revenue other judicial and Prosecutor's Office 1,512,900,000.00 4,599,509,370,000.00 423,311 education Revenues 42331 Revenue money 4,027,998,545,000.00 money 423,312 Income education entrance exams, rate hikes, and end of education 23,543,285,000.00 423,313 Money 25,227,186,000.00 practice to run the test 423,319 other 522,740,354,000.00 42341 education Income income from the receipt of the fiscal year spending running back 1,431,993,000.00 423,411 Reception Centre employees shopping back 996,993,000.00 423,412 Acceptance 170,000,000.00 423,413 pension expenditures Return Receipt back spending more unadulterated rupiah 42342 265,000,000.00 Income from the receipt of return financial year ago shopping 2,507,502,000.00 423,421 shopping center employees Return Receipt 983,648,000.00 Receipt 423,423 all other expenditures back rupiah 1,519,224,000.00 pure 423,424 Acceptance back other foreign loan shopping 4,630,000.00 42343 Income net profit result Sales Revenue 423,431 6,456,470,000,000.00 FUEL crude oil revenue of 42344 6,456,470,000,000.00 DMO repayment of accounts receivable accounts receivable repayment Income 423,441 4,831,411,555,000.00 non-4,828,980,000,000.00 Treasurer 423,442 Income payment of compensation for the losses suffered by the State (go TP/SE) Treasurer 2,431,555,000.00 42347 Income other 2,006,227,969,000.00 423,471 Acceptance back advance/advance salary 2,066,213,000.00 423,472 acceptance of a fine delay completion of the work of the Government 3,739,322,000.00 423,473 Revenue over a fine administration BPHTB 38,318,000.00 423,475 Revenue fines violations in the field of capital market 12,500,000,000.00 423,476 income from the national movement of forest and land rehabilitation (GNRHL) 325,000,000,000.00 423,477 Revenues regestrasi doctor/dentist 2,500,000,000.00 423,479 budget Income Other Income 42348 1,660,384,116,000.00 Dues 429,900,830,000.00 423,481 business entity Income tuition business entities and business activities of providing and distributing FUEL agency dues Income 423,482 329,842,200,000.00 business and business activities of transport of gas through pipelines 100,058,630,000.00 42411 Income Gratuities and money Confiscated Proceeds of corruption 26,500,000,000.00 424,111 Income money confiscated proceeds of corruption that has defined the Court 25,000,000,000.00 424,112 Income gratuities that are assigned to state-owned 1,500,000,000.00 into CCA section 5.,, is quite clear.

Section 6.,, is quite clear.

Article 7,, is quite clear.

Article 8, paragraph (1), which is the result of optimization is the result more or the rest of the funds obtained after implementation and/or signing a contract from an activity that targets the goal has been achieved. The results of the more or the rest of the funds can be used to improve the next target or to other activities in the same program.

Is the change in the budget is predicated on the Acceptance of the State is not the tax (PNBP) is the excess of proceeds from the realisation of the targets planned in the STATE BUDGET. The increased acceptance of the next can be used by ministries/agencies producing according to the provisions permit the use of force.

The definition of change launched a loan and Grant overseas (PHLN) is increasing as a result of the presence of PHLN pagu glide project loans and grants abroad is multi years and/or accelerating the withdrawal of loans that have been approved in order to optimize the utilization of PHLN. Not included in the glide is PHLN unapproved in the 2008 STATE BUDGET and loans from export credit. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5),, is a reported its implementation in BUDGET Changes was reported details of changes/shift is done before the STATE BUDGET 2008 Changes submitted to the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. While the reported implementation in Central Government financial reports is a reporting change details/shifts that are performed throughout the year 2008.

Article 9,, is quite clear.

Article 10, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5),, is quite clear. Subsection (6), equalization Funds, Rp RP 266.780.135.210.000 (two hundred sixty-six trillion, seven hundred eighty billion one hundred and thirty-five million two hundred and ten thousand rupiah), consists of: (in dollars) 1. Funds for the results (DBH) 66,070,849,339,000.00 a. 36,333,640,960,000.00 i. Tax DBH DBH 8,491,060,000,000.00 income tax-income tax Article 21 7,900,100,000,000.00-income tax Article 25/29 people personal 590,960,000,000.00 ii. DBH Tax building and Earth 22,989,880,960,000.00 iii. DBH Bea acquisition of Rights over the land and buildings 4,852,700,000,000.00 b. DBH natural resources 29,737,208,379,000.00 i. DBH Petroleum 12,850,650,000,000.00 SDA ii. Natural Gas 10,770,150,000,000.00 SDA DBH iii. DBH SDA General mining 4,245,128,379,000.00-Dues Remain Royalty-53,286,663,000.00 4,191,841,716,000.00 iv. DBH SDA Forestry 1,711,280,000,000.00-provision of forest resources 1,198,960,000,000.00-3,800,000,000.00 Forest Concession Rights Dues-508,520,000,000.00 Reforestation Fund v. DBH SDA Fisheries 160,000,000,000.00 2. The General Allocation Fund (DAU) 179,507,144,871,000.00 3. Special Allocation Fund (DAK) 21,202,141,000,000.00 article 11, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2)

.,, Special autonomy Funds amounting to Rp 7.510.285.794.000 RP (seven trillion five hundred ten billion two hundred and eighty-five million seven hundred ninety four thousand rupiah) consisting of:.,, 1. Papua special autonomy Fund Allocation of Rp 3.590.142.897.000 RP (three trillion five hundred ninety billion one hundred and forty-two million eight hundred ninety-seven thousand dollars), mainly used for funding education and health in accordance with Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy for Papua Province, totaling the equivalent of two (2) percent of the general allocation Fund launched (DAU) nationwide and is valid for 20 years since 2002. The Papua special autonomy funds are reserved for district/city/province in Papua Province and kabupaten/kota in West Papua Province, with the basic Division using base calculation kampongs amount proportionally.
., ,2. Aceh special autonomy Fund allocation of Rp 3.590.142.897.000 RP (three trillion five hundred ninety billion one hundred and forty-two million eight hundred ninety-seven thousand dollars) to fund development, especially the development and maintenance of infrastructure, economic empowerment, poverty reduction, as well as funding for education, social, and health, in accordance with Act No. 11 of 2006 about the Aceh Government applies for a period of 20 (twenty) years since 2008 , with details for the first year up to the fifteenth year of the magnitude of the equivalent of two (2) percent of the general allocation Fund launched (DAU) nationally, and for years the sixteenth to twentieth century.,, the size of the equivalent of one (1) percent of the Fund's general allocation pagu (DAU) nationally. 3. Additional funds the infrastructure of Papua Province amounted to Rp RP 330.000.000.000 (three hundred and thirty billion dollars), primarily intended for the financing of infrastructure development, in accordance with article 34 paragraph (3) the letter f Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy for Papua Province. Paragraph (3), the adjustment Fund, amounting to Rp 6.939.041.714.000 RP (six trillion nine hundred thirty-nine billion and forty-one million seven hundred and fourteen thousand rupiah) consisting of:.,, 1. Stabilisation Fund amounting to Rp 242.835.500.000 RP DAU (two hundred forty-two billion eight hundred and thirty-five million five hundred thousand dollars), allocated to certain areas that are experiencing a decrease in DAU of 75 per cent or up to 100 percent compared with the 2007 acquisition of the DAU outside funding adjustments.
., ,2. Educational allowance funds amounting to Rp RP 1.200.000.000.000 (two hundred billion one trillion rupiah) that is allocated to assist the region in order to fund educational stipends.
., ,3. Funding and infrastructure the province of West Papua amounting to Rp 670.000.000.000 RP (six hundred and seventy billion dollars) allocated to local governments of West Papua Province were used for the construction and maintenance of the physical facilities and infrastructure.
., ,4. Infrastructure funds and infrastructure Rp RP 4.626.206.214.000 (four trillion six hundred twenty-six billion two hundred and six million two hundred and fourteen thousand dollars) is allocated to specific areas as the strengthening of fiscal decentralization through the provision and development of physical infrastructure and facilities, as well as other means also into the Affairs of the region.
., ,5. Tax Allocation funding amounted to Rp RP 200.000.000.000 (two hundred billion rupiah) that is allocated to the tobacco tax-producing areas to carry out the assignment from the Government in order to reduce the false tax (tax is illegal), socializing regulation and industry mapping smoking according to commendation of Act No. 39 of 2007 about the tax.

Article 12, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), the financing of budget deficit of Rp 73.305.994.670.000 RP (seventy-three trillion three hundred five billion nine hundred ninety four million six hundred seventy thousand rupiah) consisting of:.,, 1. Domestic Financing of Rp RP 89.975.295.500.000 (eighty-nine trillion nine hundred seventy five billion two hundred and ninety-five million five hundred thousand rupiah) consisting of:.,, (in rupiah) a. domestic Banking 300,000,000,000.00 b. Non-domestic banking 89,675,295,500,000.00 Privatisation i. 1,500,000,000,000.00 ii. The sale of the assets of the banking restructuring program 600,000,000,000.00 iii. State securities (neto) 91,575,295,500,000.00 iv. Government Investment Fund-4,000,000,000,000.00 domestic banking Financing comes from Government account at Bank Indonesia.

State securities (SBN) neto is the difference between the principal and payments with issuance of repurchase. The publication of the SBN is not only in rupiah currency in the domestic market, but also includes the issuance of SBN in foreign currency in the international market.

The composition of the amount and type of instrument SBN to be published, the principal payment and repurchase SBN, will be regulated further by the Government taking into account the evolving situation in the market, up to the target financing neto SBN is reached.

To support the development of transport in the capital of the Republic of Indonesia, the Government guarantees the construction of monorail project in Jakarta. In order to support the building of 10000 MW power plants (ten thousand megawatt) coal-fuelled by State electricity company PT, the Government gives full guarantee in terms of financing. The guarantee will be accounted for as a Government loan to PLN If unrealized. The Government guarantee is given taking into account the fiscal risks that may occur in the future.

Disbursement in infrastructure guarantee spending more following the disbursement of support infrastructure, now called Government Investment Fund, which has been running for this.
., ,2. Foreign financing neto of negative Rp 16.669.300.830.000 RP (sixteen trillion six hundred sixty nine billion three hundred million eight hundred thirty thousand rupiah) consisting of:.,, (in rupiah) a. withdrawal of foreign loans (gross) Loan program-42,989,310,000,000.00 19,110,000,000,000.00-23,879,310,000,000.00 b. Project Loan repayment of principal foreign debt-59,658,610,830,000.00 foreign Financing includes financing foreign debt securities other than from the State.

Article 13.,, is quite clear.

14. Article,, is the specific circumstances are:.,, 1. The State of emergency, namely the difficult circumstances are planned, both from the aspect of time events and/or aspects of the Fund's needs at the time of the incident, allowing the existence of a risk of political, economic, and social needs while the big funds can not be met at the time of the incident.
., ,2. The circumstances that led to the existence of additional State obligations that arise due to changes in macroeconomic indicators assumptions (oil prices, lifting, the exchange rate of the rupiah against the u.s. dollar, and Bank Indonesia Certificate interest rate three months) that could not be predicted in advance. The obligations referred to in the form of interest payments on debt, subsidies on fuel oil, and electricity subsidies. This is done to avoid a Bill-Bill to the Government in the coming years, also in an attempt to keep the cash flow performance for the parties concerned, in this case the State-owned enterprises that receive assignments from the Government.

15. Article,, is quite clear.

Article 16,, is quite clear.

Article 17, paragraph (1), Reports, Financial Reports covering at least the Central Government Budget revenues and the realization of State Expenditures, balance sheet, cash flow statement, and notes to financial statements, which are enclosed with this report, the company's financial state and other bodies. Paragraph (2), which is the Governmental Accounting Standard is Government accounting standards as set out in government regulation Number 24 of 2005 about Government accounting standards. Paragraph (3), financial statements, presented in the draft legislation as referred to in this verse is the Central Government financial reports (LKPP) that have been examined by CPC and load correction/adjustment (audited financial statements) the General Explanation as set forth in Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and financial responsibility of the State.

18. Article,, is quite clear