Presidential Decree Number 16 2005

Original Language Title: Keputusan Presiden Nomor 16 Tahun 2005

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Back of the INDONESIAN PRESIDENTIAL DECREE number 16 in 2005 ABOUT the ENDORSEMENT CHANGES the ARTICLES of the INDONESIAN OFFICER CORPS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that in the framework of community, unity and the unity of the Republic of Indonesia's officers, officers of the Corps of the Republic of Indonesia (INDEPENDENCE) as the seat of the Organization and its activities are not detached from the limited, need to be directed to the harmonious democratic organization , independent, free, neutral, professional, active, productive, and responsible;
., b., that in order the construction of the soul as well as the creation of a corps of a solid organization and has soliditas and solidarity of its members, then a member of the civil servants have to gather themselves in the Organization's officers Corps of the Republic of Indonesia (INDEPENDENCE);
.,, c. that through the Sixth National Congress of the Republic of Indonesia Officer Corps (INDEPENDENCE) held on 28 to 30 November 2004 in Jakarta, has agreed to make changes to the articles of Association of the Republic of Indonesia Officer Corps (INDEPENDENCE);
.,, d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and the need to establish the presidential decree about the passage of changes to the articles of Association of the Republic of Indonesia Officer Corps;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 4 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 55 in 1974, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3041) as amended by Act No. 43 of 1999 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 169, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3890);
., ,3. Government Regulation Number 42 in 2004 about coaching the soul of the Corps and the civil servant code of conduct (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 142 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4450);
., ,4. Presidential Decree Number 82 in 1971 about the Corps ' officers of the Republic of Indonesia;
DECIDED:.,, define: PRESIDENTIAL DECREE ABOUT the PASSAGE of CHANGES to the ARTICLES of the INDONESIAN OFFICER CORPS.
Article 1 Confirms the change of the articles of Association of the Republic of Indonesia Officer Corps as attached in the annex to the decision of the President, as the consummation against Statutes that had been enacted on the basis of presidential decree number 26 of 2000 on Endorsement Changes the articles of Republic of Indonesia's officers Corps.

Article 2 With the establishment of a presidential decree, the presidential decree number 26 of 2000 on Endorsement Changes the basic Budget of the Republic of Indonesia, the Officer Corps was declared inapplicable.

Article 3 this presidential decree took effect on the date set.

.,, Set in Jakarta on June 8, 2005 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECISION ATTACHMENT number: 16 2005 date: June 8, 2005 the ARTICLES of the INDONESIAN OFFICER CORPS that the construction OPENING held Indonesia in order to fill the nation's ideals of independence on August 17, 1945 was to realize a fair and prosperous society based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution. To achieve the goals of independence, officials of the Republic of Indonesia was determined to maintain the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia on an ongoing basis as well as play an active role in the struggle for national goals as mandated in the Preamble of 1945.
To enhance the role of the officers of the Republic of Indonesia in order to be more empowered to succeed and in order for the benefit of the community, the nation and the country, needs to be balanced by an increase in the welfare of the employees of the Republic of Indonesia and his family, for it employees of the Republic of Indonesia have organized themselves in the Organization of the Corps Officer of the Republic of Indonesia that the seat and its activities are not detached from the limited.
In order to carry out the policy of the Republic of Indonesia in the Officer Corps of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia with Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, then the articles of Association and bylaws of the Corps Officers of the Republic of Indonesia cling to insight my camaraderie among members who then gathered in Republic of Indonesia Officers Corps with the upholding of the principle of unity and oneness.
For that empowerment Organization Employee Corps of the Republic of Indonesia is directed at the harmonious organization of Corps officers of the Republic of Indonesia that is democratic, independent, free, neutral, professional, active, productive and accountable with more emphasis on the protection and welfare on the members and represent members in national and international forums.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 this Decision in a Sense is the Employees of the Republic of Indonesia in the articles of Association are: 1. a civil servant;., .2. Employees of the State-owned enterprises (SOEs), the State-owned legal entity (BHMN), public service (BLU), and Region-owned enterprises (BUMD) and its subsidiaries; 3. the Government of the village of Devices or other name of the village.

CHAPTER II the name, NATURE, time, and the POSITION of the article 2 of the Organization's name was called the Corps Officer of the Republic of Indonesia, abbreviated to INDEPENDENCE.

Article 3 the nature of INDEPENDENCE is a container to spool the entire employee of Republic of Indonesia in order to improve the struggle, devotion, as well as loyalty to the ideals of the struggle of Nation and State unity of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution Act are free, independent, democratic, neutral, professional, active, productive, and responsible.

Article 4 the time and the place.,, (1) INDEPENDENCE was established on November 29, 1971, with the time limit was not specified.
.,, (2) National INDEPENDENCE Leader based in the capital of the Republic of Indonesia.
CHAPTER III BASIC, functions, and ORGANIZATION of the article 5 of the basic SOVEREIGNTY of INDEPENDENCE based on Pancasila and is characterized by professionalism, dedication, partnership, family, and royong.

Article 6 INDEPENDENCE serves as the Function: 1. Adhesive unity and the unity of the nation;

2. The pioneers improved welfare and professional members;

3. Protective and pengayom members;

4. the interests of the Contracting members;., .5. The drivers of the increased socio-economic welfare of society and the environment; 6. A pioneer public service in the national program development programs;., .7. The active partners in the formulation of policies of the agencies concerned, in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation; 8. The originator of the idea, as well as fighters for Justice and prosperity of the nation.

Article 7 Organizational Sovereignty Sovereignty is in the hands of member organizations and implemented entirely through deliberations according to the level of our Organization.

CHAPTER IV vision, mission and PROGRAM realization of Vision article 8 INDEPENDENCE as a powerful organization of independent, neutral, professional and leading edge in maintaining unity and the unity of the nation, prosper members, the public, and protect the interests of its members to be more professional in building good governance.

Article 9 of the mission the Mission of INDEPENDENCE are: 1. Realizing the Organization's INDEPENDENCE as a means of unifying the nation and State;

2. Strengthen the position, authority, INDEPENDENCE and dignity of the Organization;

3. Enhance the role of INDEPENDENCE in the national program for national development;

4. Improving legal protection and shelter to members;

5. Increase the devotion and professionalism of members;

6. Improve the welfare of members and their families;

7. Employees Enforce laws and regulations of the Republic of Indonesia;

8. Embody a sense of solidarity and fellow solidarity member of INDEPENDENCE;

9. Embodying the principles of good Governence.

Article 10 the Program.,, (1) to achieve the vision and mission as referred to in article 8 and article 9, INDEPENDENCE do the General course set by the National Assembly (CONGRESS).
.,, (2) each level of Program management refers to the General course of INDEPENDENCE and decided by deliberation according to ranks.
Chapter V doctrine, ethics, COAT of ARMS, BANNER, tunes, and ATTRIBUTE section 11.,, (1) in order to nurture the soul korsa, INDEPENDENCE has doctrine, ethics, coat of arms, Banners, song, and attributes.
.,, (2) the provisions of the doctrine, ethics, coat of arms, Banners, songs, and other attributes, as mentioned in paragraph (1) established by the CONGRESS.
CHAPTER VI membership, rights and OBLIGATIONS of article 12 Membership Membership of INDEPENDENCE consists of: 1. Regular Member;

2. Extraordinary Members;

3. Honorary members.

Article 13 rights of members (1) Ordinary Members have the right:.,, a. pick and selected in stewardship;

b. Ask your opinions and suggestions for the Betterment of the Organization;

c. the protection and defence of unjust treatment;

d. legal aid Gets in the face of lawsuits;

e. the protection and defense of the limited;

f. Earns a decent salary;., g. Got fair treatment and a guarantee of no political intervention towards the position of professional career at Echelon I structural position up with Echelon V. (2) Extraordinary Members have the right:.,, a. Ask your opinions and suggestions for the Betterment of the Organization;

b. the protection and defence of unjust treatment;

c. the protection and defense of the organization.
(3) Honorary Member has the right:.,, a. Ask your opinions and suggestions for the Betterment of the Organization;

b. the protection and defence of unjust treatment;

c. the protection and defense of the organization.

Article 14 Obligations (1) the regular member has an obligation to:.,,.,, a. obey the Statutes (AD)/Anggaran Households (ART) and decisions/Regulations of the Organization; b. defending and upholding the Organization;

c. Maintain the moral and ethical organization;

d. members pay dues;


e. following the meeting, meetings, as well as the activities of the Organization was held.
(2) Extraordinary Members have a duty to:.,, a. obey the Statutes (AD)/Anggaran Households (ART) and decisions/Regulations of the Organization;

b. defending and upholding the Organization;

c. Maintain the moral and ethical organization;

d. following the meeting, meetings, as well as the activities of the Organization was held.
(3) honorary members have a duty to:.,, a. obey the Statutes (AD)/Anggaran Households (ART) and decisions/Regulations of the Organization;

b. defending and upholding the Organization;

c. Maintain the moral and ethical organization;

d. following the meeting, meetings, as well as the activities of the Organization was held.

CHAPTER VII MANAGEMENT Article 15 composition of the management and the works consist of: 01. The National Board of the NCC include shortened the entire territory of Indonesia.

02. Board of the province of abbreviated DP-PROV. covers an area of the province in question.

03. The Board District abbreviated DP-KAB, a Board of City abbreviated as DP-KOT and the Board of the municipality of abbreviated DP-KODYA covers an area of County/City/Municipality in question.

04. Administrators Sub/Sub region/District District is concerned.

05. Steward villages covering an area villages are concerned.

06. The National Unit Administrators include ministries, departments, State High Institutions, LPND, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, BHMN, BLU, and components of CIVIL SERVANTS on the TNI and NATIONAL POLICE agencies.

07. The administrators of the province include the Unit area, Central Agencies that exist in the region, the components of the CIVIL SERVANTS on the TNI and NATIONAL POLICE agencies, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, BHMN, BLU, and LOCAL GOVERNMENT in the province concerned.

08. the Executive Board of the national component covering Sub-unit ministries, departments, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LPND BHMN, BLU, as well as elements of CIVIL SERVANTS on the TNI and police agencies.

09. Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality covers an area of the Central Institution, Devices that exist in the region, the components of the CIVIL SERVANTS on the TNI and NATIONAL POLICE agencies, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, BHMN, BLU, and LOCAL GOVERNMENT in the County/City/Municipality in question.

10. the Executive Board of the National Units include Group component in the sub National units.

Article 16.,, (1) the order of governance as on article 15 number 6 horizontally is in the direct coordination of the National Board.
.,, (2) governance Arrangement such as on article 15 number 6, number 7, number 8, and a digit 9 vertically from national level up to level villages had technical functional relationships and horizontally coordinated by the Board in accordance with the level of the position of their respective territories.
CHAPTER VIII of the BOARD, the BOARD of HONOR and NATIONAL ADVISORY Board of the national article 17 (1) of the national order of the Board consisted of:.,, a. Daily Sysop;

b. Executive Board Plenary.
(2) the leadership of the Board of the National Collective in nature.

Article 18 the daily Executive Board (1) the Executive Board consists of Daily Order:.,, a. A Chairman;

b. some people the Chairman;

c. A General Secretary;

d. two Deputy Secretary General;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. some people the Chairman of the Department.
(2) the number of Trustees Daily as needed.
.,, (3) the Superintendent on duty Daily and authorized lead the implementation of the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the statutes in QUESTION.
Article 19 the plenary Executive Board.,, (1) the plenary Executive Board consists of the Executive Board and representatives of each of the elements of Executive Board of national Units that represented each 1 (one) person.
.,, (2) the representatives referred to in subsection (1) are selected and defined by each of the Trustees of the National Units concerned and authorized by the National Board. (3) basic tasks and authorities of the Executive Board Plenary:.,, a. Formulate, supervise and assign organizational policies are General;

b. Convening at least once within 6 (six) months.

Article 20 Honorary Council (1) to the continuity of the Organization's vision and mission formed the Council of honor.
.,, (2) the Honorary Council in charge of nurturing and authorized wholeness and tegaknya code of ethics of the organization.
Article 21 National Advisory (1) National Advisory is the President and Vice-President of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (2) national consultative Daily is a Minister: utilization of State apparatus.
.,, (3) national consultative and advisory National Daily duty and authorities give advice, suggestions, and opinions for the Betterment of the Organization, whether solicited or unsolicited.
CHAPTER IX the BOARD and ADVISORY Board of section 22 of the PROVINCE the province (1) composition of the Board of the province consists of:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. some people Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. a Deputy Secretary;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. some people Chairman Field as required.
(2) the Board is the Provincial collective stewardship.
.,, (3) the Board of the province designated by the provincial Congress and ratified by the Board.
.,, (4) the Board of the province in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Statute of the provincial Congress.
Article 23 of the provincial Advisor (1) was an advisor to the Governor and Vice Governor.
.,, (2) the provincial Advisor on duty and authorities give advice and suggestions both asked or not asked.
CHAPTER X the BOARD and ADVISOR to the COUNTY/city/MUNICIPALITY Article 24 the Board of Regency/City/Municipality (1) composition of the Board of the municipal/City/County consists of:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. some people Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. a Deputy Secretary;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. some people Chairman field as required.

.,, (2) the Board referred to in subsection (1) is the collective stewardship.
.,, (3) the Board referred to in subsection (1) are defined by the deliberations of the City Council/District/Municipal Council and endorsed by the Board of the province.
.,, (4) the Board of Regency/City/Municipality in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Ordinance of the Council District/City/Municipal Council Deliberations.

Advisor to the County/City/municipality.,, (1) the Advisory County/City/Municipality consisting of the Bupati/Walikota/Bupati "Walikotamadya" and Vice/Deputy Mayor/Vice "WaliKotamadya".
.,, (2) the Advisory County/City/Municipality and authorities give advice, suggestions, and opinions for the Betterment of the Organization, whether solicited or unsolicited.
CHAPTER XI CARETAKER and ADVISOR to the SUB/Sub Article 26 DISTRICT Superintendent/district (1) Trustees composed of District/Sub-district:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. A Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. A Treasurer.
(2) the Executive Board is the Administrative District/Sub-district collective.
.,, (3) the Trustees designated by District/Sub-district Deliberation Sub/District and passed by the Board of Regency/City/municipality.
.,, (4) Executive Board in charge of District/Sub-district carry out tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Statute of district/Sub-district Council.
Article 27 Advisory Sub District/District.,, (1) if the Chairman of the subdistrict of INDEPENDENCE/District is not ruled by the Head, then Head into the Advisory Sub/District.
.,, (2) if the Chairman of the INDEPENDENCE/Sub District Head, then replacing the Advisory is the Bupati/Walikota.
.,, (3) Sub/Advisor in charge of District and local authorities provide advice, suggestions and opinions for the Betterment of the Organization, whether solicited or unsolicited.
CHAPTER XII CARETAKER and ADVISOR to the villages of article 28 Sysop villages (1) Trustees composed of villages:.,, a. a Chairperson;

a. a Secretary;

b. A Treasurer.
(2) Trustees villages is a management collective.
.,, (3) Trustees villages established by the Executive Board meeting of villages and Sub-district Administrators/endorsed by the District. (4) the Trustees are villages in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Statute of Executive Board meeting of the villages of article 29 Advisory villages.,, (1) if the Chairman of INDEPENDENCE Neighborhood/village is not ruled by a Lurah/village chief, then the Head/village chief became Advisor to INDEPENDENCE.
.,, (2) if the Chairman of INDEPENDENCE Neighborhood/Village ruled by the Head/head of the village, then Advisor to the Head of INDEPENDENCE is in its territory.
., Advisory, (3) villages and authorities provide advice and good advice is asked or not asked.
CHAPTER XIII TRUSTEES and ADVISORY UNIT, SUB units, and the GROUP of UNITS of the NATIONAL Executive Board of the National Unit of article 30 (1) of the order of National Units composed of Administrators:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. Some Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. a Deputy Secretary;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. some people Chairman Field as required.
(2) the Executive Board of the National Unit is a management collective.
.,, (3) the Executive Board of the National Units established by the National Units that passed the Deliberation by the Board.
.,, (4) the Executive Board of national Units in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Ordinance of the Council of national Units.
Article 31 of the National Unit Advisor, Advisory, (1) the National Unit was Minister/head of the Department of Non Government institutions (LPND) or the leadership of the respective agencies.
.,, (2) the Advisory Unit in charge of National and local authorities provide advice and good advice is asked or not asked.
Article 32 National Sub-unit Administrators (1) order of Caretaker National Sub-unit consists of:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. A Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. a Deputy Secretary;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. Some Sexy Chair according to your needs.
(2) the Executive Board of the National Unit of Sub is a collective stewardship.
.,, (3) the Executive Board of the national Sub Unit established by national and Sub-national Deliberations Units authorized by the Executive Board of the National Unit.

.,, (4) the Executive Board of the national Sub Unit is in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the statutes of the national meeting of the Sub Unit.
Article 33 National Units Sub Adviser (1) Advisory Sub National Units is the leader of their respective agencies.
.,, (2) the Advisory Sub National Units on duty and authorities give advice and suggestions both asked or not asked.
Article 34 Trustees and the Advisory Group of the National Unit of (1) the order of the Group Executive Board of national Units composed of:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. a Secretary;

c. A Treasurer.
(2) the Administrators Group is a National Unit collective stewardship.
.,, (3) the Administrators Group the National Units established by the meeting of the Group of National Units and endorsed by the Executive Board of the Sub National Units.
.,, (4) the Administrators Group the National Units in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the statutes of the National Unit of Group meetings. (5) an Advisory Group to the National Units is the leader of their respective agencies.
.,, (6) the Advisory Group of the National Unit on duty and authorities give advice and suggestions, whether solicited or unsolicited.
CHAPTER XIV of EXECUTIVE BOARD and ADVISORY UNIT of the PROVINCIAL Chapter of the province of Unit 35 Executive Board (1) the order of the provincial Units consists of a Sysop:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. A Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. a Deputy Secretary;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. Some Chairman Field as required.
(2) the Executive Board of the provincial Units is the collective stewardship.
.,, (3) the Superintendent of the provincial Units established by Congress and enacted Provincial Unit Board of the province.
.,, (4) the Executive Board of the provincial Units in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Statute of the provincial units of the Deliberations.
.,, (5) in the province can be formed a Joint Unit consisting of several offices/Implementing Technical Unit (UPT) Ministry and LPND or.
Article 36 the Advisory Unit of the province of (1) the Advisory Unit of the province is the leader of their respective agencies.
.,, (2) the Advisory Unit on duty and Provincial authorities provide advice and good advice is asked or not asked.
CHAPTER XV TRUSTEES and ADVISORY UNIT of the COUNTY/city/MUNICIPALITY Article 37 Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality (1) order of Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality was composed of:.,, a. a Chairperson;

b. A Vice Chairman;

c. a Secretary;

d. a Deputy Secretary;

e. A Treasurer;

f. a Deputy Treasurer;

g. Some Sexy Chair according to your needs.
(2) Trustees of Unit Districts/cities/Municipalities is the collective stewardship.
.,, (3) Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality established by Deliberation of the Unit/district/City/Municipality and authorized by the Board of Regency/City/Municipality in question.
.,, (4) Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality in charge of carrying out the tasks of the Organization in accordance with the Statute of the Unit Assembly District/City/municipality.
.,, (5) at the district/City/Municipality can be formed Joint Units consisting of UPT/some offices or departments and LPND.
Article 38 of the Advisory Unit of the County/City/municipality.,, (1) the Advisory Unit of the municipal/City/County is the leader of their respective agencies.
.,, (2) the Advisory Unit of the municipal/City/County served and the authorities provide advice and good advice is asked or not asked.
CHAPTER XVI WORKING MEETINGS and DISCUSSION of article 39 (1) the Council consists of:.,, a. National Congress shortened the CONGRESS;

b. Deliberations-led abbreviated MUSPIM;

c. the provincial Congress frequently abbreviated MUSPROV;., d. MUSKAB, abbreviated Regency Deliberations Deliberations City abbreviated MUSKOT; The Municipal Council is abbreviated MUSKODYA; e. Deliberation Sub/District MUSCAM District Council, abbreviated abbreviated MUSDIS;

f. Discussion Unit abbreviated MUSNIT.
(2) work meetings comprising:.,, a. national working meeting of abbreviated RAKERNAS;

b. work meetings province of abbreviated RAKERPROV;.,, c. RAKERKAB abbreviated County work meetings; The working meeting of the town of abbreviated RAKERKOT; The working meeting of the municipality of abbreviated RAKERKODYA; d. work meetings of district and subdistrict/abbreviated RAKERCAM, abbreviated RAKERDIS District work meetings;

e. work meetings a National Unit is abbreviated RAKERNITNas;

f. work meetings of the provincial units are abbreviated RAKERNITProv;

g. work meetings Unit district/City/Municipality abbreviated RAKERNITKab/Kot/Kodya.

.,, (3) in addition to the deliberations as mentioned in subsection (1) made possible the existence of an extraordinary Congress in accordance with the form.
.,, (4) the provisions concerning the deliberations and work of the meeting referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3), set further in the Bylaws.
Article 40, the National Congress, (1) National Congress or the CONGRESS is the holder of sovereignty and supreme power of the implementing organization. (2) the CONGRESS is held every five years and is attended by:.,, a. National Board;

b. Messenger National Unit Administrators;

c. Messenger Board of the province;

d. Messenger Board of County/City/municipality.
(3) the CONGRESS authorized:.,, a. set or change the articles of Association and bylaws of INDEPENDENCE;

b. accountability report Assesses National Board;

c. setting a Public Programmes of the Organization;

d. Choose a national Executive Board;

e. Establish a verification Commission where necessary;

f. Establish doctrine, ethics, Banner, Emblem, anthem and the attributes of INDEPENDENCE.

.,, (4) in exceptional circumstances the CONGRESS could be accelerated at the request of at least 2/3 of the number of units of national and 2/3 of the Board of the province. (5) an extraordinary CONGRESS may be executed if:.,,.,, a. Organizations are in a State of emergency or circumstances that endanger unity and unity and/or other circumstances that endanger the survival of the Organization;
.,, b. the existence of a situation faced by organizations that require the need for changes to Statutes/Bylaws. (6) the authority of the CONGRESS with the same Extraordinary CONGRESS.

(7) Adjournment of the CONGRESS:.,, a. CONGRESS could be put on hold the longest one (1) year at the request of Congress Leadership;., b., When after being postponed for 1 (one) year turned out to be unenforceable then the CONGRESS upon agreement of at least 2/3 of the entire National Board formed a caretaker Government with the task of carrying out of the CONGRESS.
Article 41 the Council Leadership.,, (1) the leadership of Congress is the supreme power was held between 2 (two) National Congress. (2) the leadership of the Congress was attended by:.,, a. National Board;

b. Messenger National Unit Administrators;

c. Messenger Board of the province.
(3) Leadership Council headed by Chairman.
.,, (4) the leadership Deliberations carried out no later than three (3) years after the CONGRESS. (5) the leadership of Congress is authorized to:.,,.,, a. Judge, deliberate, and endorses the report of the National Board of between 2 (two) National Congress; b. Assess, develop, and improve the implementation of the General Program of the organization.

Article 42 Consultation Units nationwide.,, (1) the deliberations of the National Unit held 5 (five) years and is attended by:.,, a. National Board of Envoys;

b. Executive Board of the National Units concerned;

c. the Messenger Sub-unit Administrators nationwide are concerned;

d. Messenger National Unit Group Sysop.

.,, (2) in exceptional circumstances the Unit can Congress accelerated at the request of at least 2/3 of the total number of Sub National Units and 2/3 of the total Group of the National Units concerned. (3) the deliberations of the National Unit is authorized to:.,, a. Assessing accountability report the Board of the National Units concerned;

b. set the work programme of the National Units concerned;

c. Select and assign a Caretaker National Unit concerned;

d. formed a team of Verification where necessary.
(4) the deliberations of the National Units shall be Extraordinary if:.,,.,, a. Organizations are in a State of emergency or circumstances that endanger unity and unity and/or other circumstances that endanger the survival of the organization. b. the Chairman National Unit stop/dismissed based rules in the Bylaws.
(5) the authorities of the Outstanding units of the same Deliberation with the Deliberation of the Unit.

Article 43 (1) of the Provincial Assembly Deliberation Province held 5 (five) years and is attended by:.,, a. National Board of Envoys;

b. Board of the province in question;

c. the Messenger Unit concerned Provincial Administrators;

d. Messenger Board of County/City/Municipality in question.

.,, (2) in exceptional circumstances the deliberations of the province can be expedited at the request of at least 2/3 of the total Board of district/municipality/Municipalities and 2/3 of the number of units of the province concerned. (3) the provincial Congress authorized to:.,, a. Assessing accountability report of the Board of the province in question;

b. set the work programme as the elaboration of the General Program of the Organization in question;

c. Select and assign the Board the relevant Province;

d. Establish a verification Commission where necessary.
(4) the extraordinary Provincial Assembly could be held if:.,,.,, a. Organizations are in a State of emergency or circumstances that endanger unity and unity and/or other circumstances that endanger the survival of the Organization;
, b.., Chairman of the Board of stop/Province dismissed based on the rules in the Bylaws. (5) the authorities of the Province in the same Incredible Deliberation by the provincial Congress.

Article 44 Council district/city/municipality.,, (1) Council District/City/Municipality held 5 (five) years and is attended by:.,, a. Messenger Board of the province;

b. Executive Board District/City/Municipality in question;

c. Messenger Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality in question;

d. Messenger Subdistrict Board/District concerned.


.,, (2) in exceptional circumstances the deliberation of the municipal/City/County can be expedited at the request of at least 2/3 of the number of Subdistricts/districts and 2/3 of the number of units the County/City/Municipality in question. (3) the Deliberation of the municipal/City/County is authorized to:.,,.,, a. Assessing accountability report the Board District/City/Municipality in question; b. set the work programme as the elaboration of the General Program of the Organization in question;

c. Select and set the Board of Regency/City/Municipality in question;

d. Establish a verification Commission where necessary.
(4) the deliberations of the municipal/City/County Outstanding enforceable if:.,,.,, a. Organizations are in a State of emergency or circumstances that endanger unity and unity and/or other circumstances that endanger the survival of the Organization;
, b.., Chairman of the Board of Regency/City/Municipality stop/dismissed on the basis of the rule in ART.
.,, (5) the authorities of the Deliberation of the municipal/City/County Outstanding equals Deliberation district/city/municipality.
Article 45 Deliberation Sub/District.,, (1) Deliberations Sub/District held 5 (five) years and is attended by:.,, a. Messenger Board of County/City/Municipality in question;

b. Executive Board Subdistrict/District concerned;

c. Messenger Steward villages concerned.

.,, (2) in exceptional circumstances the deliberations Subdistrict/District can be expedited at the request of at least 2/3 of the number of villages are concerned. (3) District/Sub-district Council authorized to:.,, a. accountability report Assesses Subdistrict Superintendent/District concerned;

b. set the work programme as the elaboration of General course organization: c. Select and Assign Sysop Sub/District concerned;

d. Establish a verification Commission where necessary.
(4) District/Sub-district Council Extraordinary enforceable if:.,,.,, a. Organizations are in a State of emergency or circumstances that endanger unity and unity and/or other circumstances that endanger the survival of the Organization;
., Chairman of the Executive Board, b. Sub/the district stopped/dismissed based on the rules in the Bylaws.
.,, (5) the authority of the district/Sub-district Council Outstanding equal to the Sub-district Council/District Council.
Article 46 national working Meeting.,, (1) National Working Meeting is a forum of evaluation, consultation and information in order to develop the alignment and coordination of the implementation of the programme of the organization. (2) national working Meetings attended by:.,, a. National Board;

b. Messenger National Unit Administrators;

c. Messenger Board of the province;

d. Messenger Board of County/City/municipality.
(3) National Working Meeting could be held once in 2 (two) years.

(4) National Working Meeting presided over by Chairman of the Board.
.,, (5) National Working Meeting is authorized to give recommendations to the National Leadership to undertake measures that are beneficial to the organization.
Article 47 the working meeting of National Units.,, (1) meeting of the National Unit of work is the forum evaluation and information in order to develop the alignment and coordination of the implementation of the programme of the organization. (2) a work Meeting was attended by National Units:.,, a. National Board of Envoys;

b. Executive Board of the National Units concerned;

c. the Messenger Sub-unit Administrators nationwide are concerned;

d. National Unit Group Sysop Envoys concerned.
(3) the National Unit of work meetings held once in 2 (two) years.
.,, (4) the National Unit of work meetings headed by the Chairman of the National Units concerned.
.,, (5) work meetings a National Unit is authorized to give recommendations to the leadership of the National Unit to undertake measures that are beneficial to the organization.
Article 48 Meetings of work.,, (1) work meetings of the province is the forum evaluation, consultation and information in order to develop the alignment and coordination of the implementation of the operational programs in the province. (2) the provincial Work Meeting was attended by:.,, a. National Board of Envoys;

b. Board of the province in question;

c. the Messenger Unit concerned Provincial Administrators;

d. Messenger Board of County/City/Municipality in question.

.,, (3) meeting the provincial Work was carried out at least once in 2 (two) years. (4) the provincial Work Meeting led by Chairman of the Board of the province.
.,, (5) work meetings of the provincial authorities give recommendations to the Governor as Advisor to perform steps that are beneficial to the organization.
Article 49 the working meeting of the County/City/municipality.,, (1) work meetings of the municipal/City/County is a forum of evaluation, consultation and information in order to develop the alignment and coordination of the implementation of the operational programmes at the district/city/municipality. (2) work meetings of the municipal/City/County attended by:.,, a. Messenger Board of the province in question;

b. the Board of Regency/City/Municipality in question;

c. Messenger Caretaker Unit district/City/Municipality in question;

d. Messenger Subdistrict Superintendent/District concerned.

.,, (3) work meetings district/City/Municipality is carried out at least once in 2 (two) years.
.,, (4) work meetings of the municipal/City/County is led by the Chairman of the Board of Regency/City/Municipality in question.
.,, (5) work meetings district/municipality/Municipal authorities give recommendations to the Bupati/Walikota/"Walikotamadya" as advisors to perform steps that are beneficial to the organization.
Article 50 the working meeting of Sub/District.,, (1) meeting is the forum Sub Work evaluation, consultation and information in order to develop the alignment and coordination of the implementation of the operational programmes at the level of district/Subdistrict. (2) work meetings attended by Subdistrict:.,, a. Messenger Board of County/City/Municipality in question;

b. Executive Board Subdistrict/District concerned;

c. Messenger Steward villages are concerned.

.,, (3) Sub/District work meetings held at least once in 2 (two) years.
.,, (4) work meetings of district/Sub-district is headed by the Chairman of the Executive Board of the concerned District/Subdistrict.
.,, (5) work meetings Sub/District is authorized to give recommendations to the Head as the Advisor to perform steps that are beneficial to the organization.
CHAPTER XVII K E U A N G A N Article 51 (1) Finance obtained from:., Member Dues, a.;

b. Government assistance and or local governments;

c. donations are not binding;

d. other efforts.
(2) further Provisions set forth in the Bylaws.

CHAPTER XVIII REPORT and ACCOUNTABILITY Article 52 report.,, (1) every level of management INDEPENDENCE is obliged to draw up reports on the implementation of its work.
.,, (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Executive Board a level on it every once a year.
Article 53 Liability.,, (1) every level of management INDEPENDENCE is obliged to draw up reports on accountability (LPJ) on the implementation of its work at the end of the term of the kepengurusannya.
.,, (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is communicated in the deliberations on each level.
CHAPTER XIX miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 54.,, (1) for the Unit of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES/BHMN/BLU/OWNED COMPANIES and its subsidiaries as well as the components of the CIVIL SERVANTS on the TNI/NATIONAL POLICE agencies requiring its own organizational settings as completeness to meet regulatory legislation can develop rules of organization along does not conflict with Statutes of INDEPENDENCE and laws and regulations.
.,, (2) For provinces that have legislation specifically can use special legal rules appropriate nomenclature.
CHAPTER XX of article 55 COVER things that have not been provided for in the articles of this will set further in the Bylaws.

CHAIRMAN of the SIXTH NATIONAL CONGRESS of the INDONESIAN OFFICER CORPS in 2004 the Chair of Prof. Dr. ERMAYA SURADINATA, Drs., SH, MS (DPP INDEPENDENCE) Vice Chairman Dr. IR. INDRA DJATI SIDI (units of INDEPENDENCE DEP. FROM DIKNAS) Secretary ACHMAD SUGIONO P.

(DPD INDEPENDENCE PROP. JABAR) Member SEMAN WIDJOJO (units of INDEPENDENCE DEP. DAGRI) members Drs. H. KAISIEPO, MM (DPC INDEPENDENCE KAB. MERAUKE) Member h. SYAIFUL TETENG (DPD INDEPENDENCE PROP. KALTIM) Member h. BADRUZZAMAN ISMAIL, SH, m. Hum (DPC INDEPENDENCE BANDA ACEH)