Presidential Instruction No. 3 Of 2007

Original Language Title: Instruksi Presiden Nomor 3 Tahun 2007

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Microsoft Word-IP NO. 3 TH 2007. rtf INSTRUCTION of PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 3 in 2007 ABOUT the POLICY PERBERASAN PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order to increase the income of farmers, increase food security, rural economic development, and the stability of the national economy is seen necessary to establish national perberasan policy; b. that as a result of the development of the national economy, is seen to be done against policy adjustments perberasan 2006; c. that in connection with the above, it is seen necessary to assign the Instruction of the President about policy Perberasan; Remember: article 4 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; INSTRUCT:-2-4. Minister Of Agriculture; 5. Minister of trade; 6. Minister of ... 6. The Minister of finance; 7. Minister of industry; 8. Minister of public works; 9. the Minister of Social Affairs; 10. Minister of forestry; 11. Minister of State-owned enterprises; 12. State Minister of national development planning/head of Bappenas; 13. Head of the national land Agency; 14. The head of the Central Bureau of statistics; 15. The Governor; 16. The Governors and mayors. For, according to the basic tasks and functions of each: first: encourage and facilitate the use of the padi-certified superior seeds. Second: encourage and facilitate the use of balanced fertilizer in the rice farmer. Third: encourage and facilitate a reduction in lost-3-five: facilitating the rehabilitation of land and catchment reforestation and rehabilitation of the main irrigation network. SIXTH: implementing a policy of purchasing Grain/Rice in the country with a government purchase price conditions as follows: 1. The purchase price of the dry Grain Harvest in the country with the quality the maximum moisture content of 25% and a maximum vacuum/dirt levels 10% is $2000 (two thousand rupiahs) per kilogram on the farmers, or Rp 2035 (two thousand and thirty-five cents) per kilogram in the mill; 2. The price ... 2. The purchase price of Grain, ground Dried in the country with the quality the maximum moisture content of 14% and vacuum levels/maximum 3% impurities is $2575 (two thousand five hundred seventy-five dollars) per kilogram in the mill; or Rp 2600 (two thousand six hundred rupiah) per kilogram in the Bulog; 3. The purchase price of rice in the country with the quality the maximum moisture content of 14% and a maximum of 20% broken grains is USD 4000 (four thousand rupiah) per kilogram in the Bulog.

-4-by government agencies or business entities in the area of food. EIGHTH: 1. establish a policy provision and distribution of subsidized rice for the poor and food insecurity; 2. establish a policy provision and distribution of rice to cope with emergencies and disasters; 3. The distribution of subsidized rice for the poor and food insecurity as well as the provision and distribution of rice to cope with emergencies and disaster is exercised by Perum Bulog. NINTH: setting a policy to maintain the stability of the price of rice in the country. The TENTH ... TENTH: 1. The provision of rice for rice distribution interests for groups of the poor, emergency relief, and the domestic rice price stability was carried out by the Government's Rice Reserve procurement with emphasis on supplying rice-5-2. The management of the Government's Rice Reserves was done by Perum Bulog; 3. The procurement and management of reserves of rice by the Government in the area, in addition to the Government's Rice Reserve conducted by Perum Bulog, can be done by a government agency or a business entity in the field of food. ELEVENTH: 1. establish a policy of export and import of rice in order to safeguard the interests of farmers and consumers; 2. Import rice as referred to in Figure 1, it can be done if the availability of rice in the country is not sufficient, for the purposes of fulfilling the Government's Rice Reserves, and/or to maintain price stability in the country. TWELFTH: supporting policy Setting necessary for the effective implementation of policies perberasan. THIRTEENTH: Coordinating Minister for the economy carry out coordination in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of policy implementation performance perberasan. FOURTEENTH: of all the provisions of the determination of the purchase price of the grain and rice in the country by the Government that had existed prior to the promulgation of the presidential instruction is stated not to apply.

-6-Instructions this President came into effect on April 1, 2007. Issued in Jakarta on March 31, 2007 The PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, ttd. Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO a copy corresponds to the original Deputy Cabinet Secretary Law, Lambock v. Nahattands