Government Regulation Number 54 In 2004

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 54 Tahun 2004

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 165, 2004 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4461) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 54 in 2004 ABOUT MRP with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that the existence of Mrp based on article 5 Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province need to be followed regarding the holding of elections with the settings and replacement of members the code of conduct, guidelines, as well as the financial position of the Mrp;
.,, b. that to implement the provisions of article 19 and paragraph (4), article 21 paragraph (2), article 22, paragraph (2) of article 11 paragraph (2), article 24 paragraph (2), and article 25 paragraph (3) of Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province, need to set Government regulations about Mrp;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 (2) paragraph Unqang of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 12 of 1969 on the establishment of the Autonomous Province of West Irian and Autonomous counties in West Irian Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 1969, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2401);
., ,3. 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);
., ,4. Act No. 28 of 1999 about the organizers of a country that is clean and free from 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);
., ,5. Law Number 37 year 1999 concerning foreign relations (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 156, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3882);
., ,6. Act No. 29 of 1999 on human rights (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 145 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3886);
., ,7. Law Number 24 year 2000 concerning international treaty (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 185, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4012);
., ,8. Law number 26 of 2000 on Human Rights Court (Indonesia Republic Gazette year 2000 Number 208, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Nomor4026);
., ,9. Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 135 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4151);
., .10. Act No. 31 of 2002 on political parties (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2002 Number 138, an additional Sheet country number 4251);
.,, 11. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2003 Number 47, additional Sheets State number 4286);
., 12. Act No. 22 of 2003 about the arrangement and position of the MPR, DPR, DPD, dan DPRD (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 92 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4310);
., 13. 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);
.,, 14. Act No. 10 of 2004 establishment of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389);
., 15. Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and Financial Responsibility of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4400);
.,,16. 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);
., General Agreement. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and local governments (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, additional State Gazette Republiklndonesia Number 4438);
Decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of MRP.

PIG GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. Central Government, hereinafter referred to as the Government is the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia, consisting of the President and its ministers.
., ,2. Papua Province is the province of Irian Jaya were given special autonomy within the framework of the unitary State of the Republic lndonesia.
., ,3. The provincial government is the Governor along with other devices as Provincial Executive Body.
., ,4. Gubernu is the head of the region and head of Government are fully responsible Government in the province and organized as the representative of the Government in the province. 5. District/City Government is the Government district/city in the province.
., ,6. MRP, hereinafter abbreviated MRP is the cultural representation of orang asli Papua, which has certain authority within the framework of the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua with based on the respect for indigenous peoples and culture, empowerment of women, and the establishment of the unity of religious life.
., ,7. The House of representatives, hereinafter called Papua DPRP, is the House of representatives as a legislative body Provinces Provinces.
., ,8. The Election Committee of the MRP is organizing Committee Organizer the election members of the MRP which are the present District, district/city and province which comprises elements of the Government and the community.
., ,9. Orang asli Papua is a person who comes from a family of Melanesian race consisting of indigenous tribes in Papua Province and/or the person who accepted and recognized as the orang asli Papua New Guinea by indigenous peoples.
., .10. The custom is a recognized custom, obeyed and institutionalized, as well as maintained by local indigenous hereditary.
.,, 11. Indigenous peoples are the original citizens who live in the territory of Papua and bound and subject to certain customary with a sense of solidarity among its members.
., 12. Indigenous representatives are members of the MRP comes from and representing indigenous communities. 13. Religious Communities are all residents of religions in the province.
.,, 14. The religious representatives are members of the MRP comes from and representing the public religion.
., 15. Society of women is female-sex population in the province.
.,,16. The representative of the women is a member of the MRP comes from and representing the community of women.
., General Agreement. The protection of the rights of orang asli Papua is the protection of rights based on respect for the cultures, customs and the empowerment of women and the establishment of harmony of religious life.
., 18. Regulatory Region of the province, which is hereinafter referred to as the Perdasi is the local regulations of the province in the framework of the implementation of the authority as provided for in the legislation.
.,, 19. Special Area regulations, hereinafter called Perdasus is local regulations of the province in the framework of the implementation of certain clauses in the Act No. 21 of 2001. 20. The MRP leadership is the Chairman and the Deputy-Vice Chairman.
.,,21. Members of the MRP are those who established the membership as a member of the MRP and has oath/promise based on the provisions of the legislation.
., .22. The Secretariat of the MRP MRP elements are led by a Secretary and in charge of helping the MRP in organizing tasks and those powers.
.,,23. Secretary of the MRP is the officials who led the Secretariat appointed by the head of MRP areas from civil servants who are eligible and in carrying out its duties are under and is responsible to the MRP leadership.
CHAPTER II ESTABLISHMENT and MEMBERSHIP of the first part of the formation of the MRP MRP MRP formed based on article 2 of the Regulation and is based in the provincial capital.

The second part of the MRP Membership Chapter 3.,, (1) a member of the MRP consists of orang asli Papua who originated from indigenous representatives, religious representatives, and representatives of the women in the province.
.,, (2) a member of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) the amount is no more than 3/4 (three quarters) of the number of members of the DPRP. (3) the composition of the members of the MRP consists of:.,, a. number of members the Deputy Customs as much as 1/3 (one third) of the total number of members of the MRP;.,, b. number of members representative of Women as much as 1/3 (one third) of the total number of members of the MRP;
.,, c. number of members representative of the religion as much as 1/3 (one third) of the total number of members of the MRP with the composition of each Religious Representative assigned proportionally.
.,, (4) the period of membership of the MRP is 5 (five) years and ended simultaneously at the time members of the MRP's new oath/promise.
Article 4 members of the MRP is a citizen of the Republic of Indonesia who meet the requirements: a. orang asli Papua;

b. the faithful and devoted to God Almighty;., c., loyal and obedient to the Pancasila and has a strong commitment to practice in the life of society, and, in a country;
., d., faithful and loyal to the CONSTITUTION of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, unitary State of the Republic Indonesia and the legitimate Government;
.,, e. never engage in acts of treason against the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia;
.,, f. age of perfect humility 30 (thirty) years and extended sixty (60) years of age; g. healthy physical and spiritual;

h. have a moral example and being a role model community;

I have a strong commitment to protecting the rights of orang asli Papua;

j. no member of the legislature and status as a member of the polilik;

., k., domiciled in the province at least 10 (ten) consecutive years are calculated as of the date of filing of the prospective members of the MRP;
.,, b. not revoked the rights of pilihnya based on a court decision that has the force of law;
.,, m. never convicted to imprisonment based on the Court ruling which has gained force of law remains for committing a criminal offence who were threatened with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or older;
.,, n. civil servants who are elected members of the MRP must release while the position and status of kepegawaiannya;
., educated perfect humility, o. primary or equal to indigenous representatives, first-level secondary school (JSS) or equal to religious representatives and women; p. for indigenous representatives should be recognized and accepted by the indigenous people;., q. for religious representatives must get a recommendation from religious institutions concerned;
, r.., for women representatives must be active and consistent fight for women's rights and accepted by the community of women;
.,, s. for indigenous, religious representatives and women who ran or was nominated as a member of the MRP should resign from the post of institutional.
CHAPTER III PROCEDURES for the ELECTION OF MEMBERS of the MRP Elections Organizers of the first part of article 5 (1) the election of members of the Election Committee was organized by the MRP MRP.

(2) the Election Committee of the MRP as referred to in subsection (1) consists of:.,, a. MRP district level Election Committee;

b. Committee election of MRP level district/city;

c. Committee for the election of provincial MRP.
.,, (3) the Election Committee of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) each amounted to 5 (five) people and members consists of Government and society.
.,, (4) the formation of the Election Committee of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a and letter b, is defined by the Bupati/walikota by hearing a proposal from PARLIAMENT kabupaten/kota and the community.
.,, (5) the formation of the Election Committee of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is defined by having regard to the opinion of the Governor and DPRP community.
.,, (6) the Election Committee as referred to in paragraph (2) was formed of three (3) months prior to the election of the members of the MRP and the end time of the task is 1 (one) month after the appointment of members of the MRP.
Article 6 Tasks and authorities of the MRP is the Election Committee: a. planning the conduct of the election of members of the MRP;.,, b. co-ordinate, organise and control all stages of the implementation of the election of the members of the MRP; c. set the date and time of the implementation stage of the election of members of the MRP;., d., filed the election results to the Minister of the Interior through the Governor and Regents/Mayors to get endorsement; e. perform the evaluation and reporting of the implementation of the elections.

Article 7 the Election Committee of the MRP is obligated: a. treat members of the MRP in a fair manner in the implementation of the election;

b. examine and verify the requirements of prospective members of the MRP;

c. maintain the archives and documents of the election of members of the MRP;

d. delivering information activities to the community;

e. use of accountable budget received from the GRANT.

Article 8.,, (1) the supervision of the conduct of the election of members of the MRP is done by the Committee of Trustees Election shaped by the Governor at the provincial level and at the level of the Bupati/Walikota kabupaten/kota and the district.
.,, (2) the members of the Supervisory Committee referred to in subsection (1) amounted to 5 (five) people at every level.
.,, (3) members of the Supervisory Committee consists of police, prosecutors and the public. (4) Supervisory Committee duties and authorities are:.,, a. oversee all stages of the implementation of the election;

b. election violation reports received;

c. resolve disputes arising in the implementation of the election;

d. forward ternuan to the appropriate authorities.
.,, (5) the Supervisory Committee as referred to in paragraph (2) was formed of three (3) months prior to the election of the members of the MRP and the end time of the task is 1 (one) month after the appointment of members of the MRP.
Article 9.,, (1) a provincial election watchdog Committee responsible to the Governor.
.,, (2) the Committee of Trustees election and district/city levels the district responsible to the Regent/Mayor.
The second part of article 10. Selector, the selector (1), composed of members of the indigenous community, religion, society women, residents who have been residing for at least 6 (six) months in the province.
.,, (2) to be registered as an elector referred to in subsection (1) must be qualified:.,, a. aged at least 17 (seventeen) years or have/ever marries;

b. distinctively not being disturbed soul or mind;., c. not being revoked the rights of pilihnya based on court rulings which have the force of law.
.,, (3) If an elector has more than one place of residence must determine which one of them to set up as a place to live that is listed in the list of voters.
.,, (4) the elector whose name has been recorded in dafter voters marked evidence of registration in force as the notice to vote.
The third part of the nomination, article 11, (1) the registration of candidates in the electoral area of the first stage is done by indigenous women and communities on MRP district level Election Committee.
.,, (2) the registration of the candidates for members of a religious community the MRP to do, by religious communities on MRP provincial election committee.
Part four phases of the election article 12 (1) the election of members of the MRP is done:.,,.,, a. Election for candidates from indigenous representatives and women conducted two (2) stages namely the present electoral districts and district/city;
.,, b. election to representative religions do one (1) stage based on the number of religions proportionately.
.,, (2) the election of members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a was held by the Election Committee of the MRP level ditrik and district/city levels.
.,, (3) the election of members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b organized by the provincial election committee MRP.
Article 13.,, (1) the process stages of organizing the election of members of the MRP as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) letter a is done:.,, a. first stage done most longer than 30 (thirty) days;

b. second phase carried out 14 (fourteen) days.
.,, (2) process stages of organizing the election of members of the MRP as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) letter b conducted 14 (fourteen) days.
Clause 14.,, (1) the election of the members of the first stage of the MRP as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) letter a was organized by voting simultaneously in each electoral region in the entire province.
.,, (2) second stage Selection of prospective members of the MRP as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) letter a is done by members elected from the election of the first stage to producing 2 (two) people who represent elements of the indigenous peoples and women.
.,, (3) the election referred to in subsection (2) made in deliberation and consensus.
.,, (4) when the deliberation and consensus as intended in paragraph (3) is not reached, the selection is done through voting.
Section 3.,, (1) election results for members of the MRP district level as referred to in article 14 paragraph (2) presented by the Election Committee of the MRP to district level Election Committee MRP level kabupaten/kota to do the selection on the second stage.
.,, (2) the election of the members of the MRP on the second stage referred to in subsection (1) is conducted through deliberation and consensus between the candidates elected in the election of the first stage.
.,, (3) when the deliberation and consensus as mentioned in subsection (2) is not reached, the selection is done through voting.
.,, (4) election results the members referred to in subsection (2) made in the list of the Sort the members of the MRP by the Election Committee based on the district/city level ratings tally the votes each candidate defined by decision Bupati/Walikota.
.,, (5) the members of the MRP is the first candidate list sort numbers of indigenous peoples and women as referred to in paragraph (3) be filed by the Bupati/Walikota to Secretary of the Interior through the Governor to get the endorsement.
Article 16.,, (1) the members of the religious representatives of each religion proposed by each religious community.
.,, (2) every religious community as referred to in paragraph (1) may submit candidates for members of the MRP at most a number of districts/cities in the province.
.,, (3) the members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) do the research requirements of candidates by Election Committee provincial MRP.
.,, (4) the members of the MRP which meets the requirements referred to in subsection (2) are selected through consensus and deliberation by the provincial religious society with attention to proportion number of adherents.
.,, (5) Equalization of the number of representatives of each religion established by the provincial election committee proportionally based on the number of adherents of each religion.
.,, (6) if the deliberation and consensus as intended in paragraph (3) is not reached, the selection is done through voting.
.,, (7) election results for members of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (6) is made in the list of Candidate members of the MRP Sort based on ratings gains votes each candidate for every religion that is assigned by the Governor's decision.
.,, (8) the members of the MRP has set the Governor as referred to in paragraph (7) submitted by the Governor to the Secretary of the Interior to get the endorsement.
The fifth part of the endorsement and Inauguration article 17.,, (1) the results of the election of members of the MRP is proposed by the Governor to the Secretary of the Interior to obtain an endorsement.

.,, (2) an endorsement referred to in subsection (1) are set at the latest 30 (thirty) working days since the accepted a proposal from the Governor.
.,, (3) the Minister of the Interior did not authorize the members of the MRP, based on research it turns out that does not meet the requirements referred to in article 4.
.,, (4) the members of the MRP is not authorized as mentioned in subsection (3) has the right to file an objection during the fourteen (14) days from receipt of the letter of denial.
.,, (5) the objection referred to in subsection (4) the decision of the Minister of the Interior got 14 (fourteen) days from the receipt of the objection and the decision is final and binding.
.,, (6) if the objection referred to in subsection (5) does not consent, the Minister of the Interior proposed to the Governor to restore then ask the other candidates according to the next sort list.
Article 18.,, (1) a member of the MRP was elected to appointed by the Minister of Home Affairs in the capital of the province.
.,, (2) prior to carrying out the tasks and authority members of the MRP compulsory oath and promise.
.,, (3) the order of the words of the oath/promise as mentioned in subsection (2) is as follows:.,, "for the sake of Allah (God), I swear/my: that the promise was able to carry out my duties and obligations as a member of the Mrp with their best, sejujur-jujurnya, and seadil-fair;

that I was able to hold fast to the Pancasila and uphold the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 as well as the applicable legislation;

that I was able to uphold democratic life as well as loyal and dedicated to the Nation and the State Union of Republic of Indonesia. "
BABIV DISMISSAL and REPLACEMENT of the MRP LEADERSHIP article 19 (1) a member of the MRP stopped because:.,, a. died;.,, b. could not perform duties on an ongoing basis or unable to remain as a member of the MRP; c. apply stop by own request;

d. domiciled outside the province;

e. violate the code of ethics of the MRP;

f. no longer fulfill the terms as a member of the MRP;

g. violation referred to in this Regulation;

h. violates the oath/promise of MRP members;., i., was sentenced to imprisonment on the basis of a court decision has acquired legal force anyway because doing criminal acts which were threatened with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or older.
.,, (2) a member of the MRP was dismissed while the defendant's conduct was stated as due to criminal acts of corruption, terrorism, treason and/or criminal acts against State security.
.,, (3) the dismissal and suspension referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) was conducted by the Minister of the Interior.
Article 20.,, (1) dismissal of the MRP as stipulated in article 19 paragraph (1) letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, letter g and letter h, proposed by the MRP leadership to the Ministry of the Interior through the Governor, after considering the results of the research and verification of the Honorary Council of the MRP MRP Member violations.
.,, (2) research and verification as referred to in paragraph (1) will be conducted based on complaints the MRP leadership, community, indigenous institutions, institutions/organizations of women and/or religious institutions.
.,, (3) the procedures for denunciation, advocacy and decision-making by the Board of honour of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (2) provided for in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
.,, (4) dismissal of the MRP as referred to in article 19 paragraph (1) the letter i and/or conduct of treason can be carried out by officials who authorize without going through the consideration of the Board of honour.
.,, (5) the Board of Honour of the MRP leadership consists of 1 member of the MRP elements representing the religious, customary, women totaled at most 5 (five) persons.
.,, (6) the procedures of the establishment of the Honorary Council of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (5), provided for in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
Clause 21.,, (1) the MRP leadership can be replaced when its performance was judged not good and deviating from the provisions referred to in article 19 paragraph (1) of the letters e, f, g, h, and i, based on the performance assessment was conducted against the MRP leadership collectively.
.,, (2) the MRP leadership performance assessment referred to in subsection (1) is done through the Plenary meeting of the MRP was attended by at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the total number of members of the MRP.
.,, (3) performance assessment leadership of MRP votes is not good and distorted as referred to in paragraph (1) was approved at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the number of members who are present and as the proposed replacement of the MRP leadership.
Section 22.,, (1) the proposed reimbursement referred to in Article 9 paragraph (3) was decided in a plenary meeting attended by at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the total number of members of the MRP.
.,, (2) the decision on the proposed replacement of the MRP MRP leadership referred to in subsection (1) is equipped with a News Event the proposed replacement.
Article 23 of the proposed replacement of the MRP Decision as referred to in section 22 subsection (2) is submitted to the Minister of the Interior through the Governor, to the inauguration of the replacement.

Article 24 Charging the MRP leadership being replaced as referred to in article 23 are selected from members of the MRP.

Chapter V the REPLACEMENT BETWEEN MEMBERS of the MRP TIME Article 25.,, (1) Substitution between the time a member of the MRP was done to fill the void of the MRP members.
.,, (2) the Reimbursement referred to in paragraph (1) proposed by the Governor to the Secretary of the Interior on the basis of a list of the sort the candidates.
Article 26.,, (1) the Minister of Internal Affairs endorses the prospective members of the MRP replacement between time not later than 30 (thirty) days since the proposals received from the Governor.
.,, (2) the Minister of internal affairs can delegate the appointment of members of the MRP replacement between time to the Governor as the representative of the Government.
CHAPTER VI DISCIPLINE article 27., MRP, (1) the rules of the code of conduct is the cornerstone of the implementation of the rights and obligations of the MRP.
.,, (2) the rules of conduct as stipulated in paragraph (1), include the completeness of the MRP, the implementation of tasks and authority, implementation of rights and obligations, and meetings of the MRP.
.,, (3) the rules of conduct established by the decision of MRP based on government regulations.
CHAPTER VII FITTINGS MRP MRP Fittings 28 Article consists of: a. the leadership;

b. Group;

c. working groups working groups; and d. the Honorary Board.

Article 29.,, (1) the MRP leadership is an institution that reflects the collective nature of the elements of custom, religion, and women, comprising:.,, a. one person Chairman;

b. two Vice-chairman.
.,, (2) an endorsement and the inauguration of the MRP leadership exercised by the Governor on behalf of the Minister of the Interior. (3) the procedures for the selection of the MRP leadership set forth in Rules of conduct MRP.

Article 30.,, (1) the Working Group is the MRP fittings to handle custom fields, women and religion. (2) the amount of the MRP working group as much as 3 (three) working group.

Article 31 of the MRP working group referred to in article 30 paragraph (2) consists of: a. the Customs Working Group;

b. Working Group on women;

c. Religious working group.

Article 32 (1) of the MRP working group Tasks referred to in article 31 is:.,,.,, a. Indigenous Working Group has the task of providing advice and consideration in the framework of the protection of indigenous peoples and indigenous culture;
.,, b. women's working group has a duty to protect and empower women in the framework of Justice and gender equality;
.,, c. Religious Working Group has the task of steadying the harmony between religious life.
.,, (2) the task of the Working Group referred to in subsection (1) is subject to further regulation of conduct MRP.
Article 33,, (1) the Council of honour is the MRP fittings and authorities do the consideration and assessment of the members of the MRP which meet the conditions referred to in article 19 paragraph (1) letter b, letter e, letter f, letter g, letter h, and, (2) the Honorary Council of the MRP consists of Chairman and members of the MRP elements representing the religious, customary, women totaled at most 5 (Iima) people.
.,, (3) establishment of an Honorary Council. Central to the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1), provided for in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
CHAPTER VIII PROHIBITIONS and SANCTIONS Article 34 members of the MRP prohibited:.,, a. betray the Pancasila, the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia and the legitimate Government; b. perform actions that are reprehensible and immoral;

c. have a duplicate position as civil servants and/or State officials;., d., perform unlawful acts which can be revoked the right of pilihnya;
.,, e. conduct activities and/or effort which cost comes from the budget of income and Expenditure area (NATIONAL) Province.
Article 35, Member, (1) the MRP in violation of provisions as stipulated in article 34 penalties of dismissal as a member of the MRP.
.,, (2) the sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) is performed based on the consideration and assessment of the Board of honour.
.,, (3) the procedures of implementation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is set out in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
CHAPTER IX IMPLEMENTATION of TASKS and AUTHORITIES of the first part of the duties and authorities of the MRP MRP 36 Article has duties and powers:.,, a. give consideration and approval against the pair prospective candidates Governor and Vice Governor proposed by DPRP;
.,, b. give consideration and approval against the draft Perdasus proposed by the Governor together with the DPRP;
.,, c. give advice, consideration and approval of the plan against the agreement made by the Government or the Government of the province with the third parties that apply in the territory of Papua, which concerns the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua;

.,, d. notice and channeling the aspirations of the complaint indigenous peoples, religious, women and society in General that concerns the rights of orang asli Papua and facilitate follow-up to penyeiesaiannya;
.,, e. give consideration to the DPRP, Governor, LEGISLATIVE district/municipality as well as the Regent/Mayor on matters related to the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua.
The second part of the procedures for consideration and Approval against the pair prospective candidates Governor and Vice Governor Article 37.,, (1) the MRP give consideration and approval against the pair prospective candidates Governor and Vice Governor proposed by DPRP.
.,, (2) consideration and approval as referred to in paragraph (1) only concern terms of pair prospective candidates Governor and Deputy Governor are orang asli Papua.
.,, (3) the results of the consideration and approval of the MRP, notified in writing to the Chairman for DPRP at least 7 (seven) days counted from the date of filing.
.,, (4) when the pair prospective candidates did not get the approval of the MRP because it does not meet the requirements referred to in subsection (2), the DPRP was given a chance to improve the terms of pair prospective candidates at least 7 (seven) days from when notification of the MRP.
.,, (5) Pair prospective candidates who have obtained the approval of the MRP submitted to the DPRP.
.,, (6) if within 7 (seven) days, the MRP does not give approval against the pair prospective candidates proposed DPRP, couples the legal prospective candidates to be put forward candidates.
The third part of the Ordinance give consideration and approval Against the draft Perdasus Article 38.,, (1) the draft Perdasus delivered by provincial government REPRESENTATIVES together to the MRP to do the discussion to get consideration and approval.
.,, (2) discussion of the draft Perdasus referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by a working group of not longer than 30 (thirty) days from the receipt of the draft Perdasus.
.,, (3) in giving due consideration and approval as referred to in paragraph (1) the MRF conducts consultations with provincial governments and LEGISLATORS.
.,, (4) in case the draft Perdasus don't get the consideration and approval of more than 30 (thirty) days referred to in subsection (1), the draft Perdasus is considered to have earned the consideration and approval by the MRP.
.,, (5) the provincial government along with PARLIAMENT set the draft Perdasus as referred to in paragraph (1) be a Perdasus.
The fourth part of the Ordinance give consideration and approval Against Cooperation with third parties Article 39.,, (1) a plan of cooperation agreement with third parties delivered by Governments or provincial governments together to the MRP for DPRP got special consideration concerning the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua.
.,, (2) discussion of the plan of a cooperation agreement with the third party referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Working Group for approval: plenary meeting of the MRP no later than thirty (30) days from the receipt of the plan agreement.
.,, (3) where necessary the Working Group may consult to the Government or the provincial Government regarding plans for a cooperation agreement with the third party referred to in subsection (1).
.,, (4) in case the plan of cooperation agreement with the third party are not getting the consideration and approval of more than 30 (thirty) days referred to in subsection (2), the plan of a cooperation agreement with a third party is considered to have earned the consideration and approval of the MRP.
.,, (5) cooperation agreement with third parties from abroad is carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations that govern foreign relations.
The fifth part of the Ordinance Accepts the submission of Complaints and Aspirations of article 40.,, (1) indigenous peoples, religious, women and society in General who came directly to the MRP to convey the aspirations and the complaints received by the Secretariat and distributed to the MRP MRP leadership and/or working group membidanginya.
.,, (2) In following up complaints and aspirations as referred to in paragraph (1) the MRP leadership forward to the Governor and DPRP in accordance with legislation.
The sixth Ordinance Giving Consideration Towards the protection of the rights of Orang Asli Papua Article 41.,, (1) Regional Policy made by provincial governments and district/city Governments on matters related to the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua, delivered to the MRP to merit consideration.
.,, (2) Consideration of the MRP as referred to in subsection (1) is submitted in writing at least given 14 (em pat fourteen) days since it was accepted by the MRP to gain the attention of the local government.
CHAPTER X IMPLEMENTATION of MRP RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS part one Rights request the Description of article 42, the MRP, (1) may request a description of the provincial government with regard to the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua.
.,, (2) the request for information referred to in subsection (1), raised by at least 20% (twenty per hundred) of the number of members of the MRP which reflect elements of indigenous representatives, representatives of women and religious representatives.
.,, (3) the proposal referred to in subsection (2) by the MRP leadership delivered at plenary meeting of the MRP to gain the decision.
.,, (4) in the plenary meeting as referred to in paragraph (3), the proposers are given the opportunity to convey a verbal explanation upon the suggestion of the request.
.,, (5) If a meeting of the plenary to approve the proposal request for information referred to in subsection (3), the MRP leadership conveyed the request for information in writing to the provincial government. (6) the provincial Government gave affidavits to the MRP leadership.
.,, (7) a member of the MRP can ask questions over the description of the provincial government in the meeting workspace.
The second part of the rights Requested Review Perdasi Article 43.,, (1) the MRP can request review Perdasi or regulations of the Governor in opposition to the protection of the fundamental rights of orang asli Papua.
.,, (2) the request for review referred to in subsection (1) is filed by at least 30% (thirty per hundred) of the number of members of the MRP which reflect elements of Indigenous Representatives, representatives of women and religious representatives and approval plenary meeting of the MRP.
.,, (3) the request for review referred to in subsection (2) is submitted in writing on the provincial government and the DPRP.
.,, (4) the request for review referred to in subsection (3) the complainant in writing by the provincial government and the DPRP for dlbahas in work meetings.
The third part Rights Submits a budget Plan MRP Article 44 (1) of the MRP MRP budget plan put forth to the DPRP.
.,, (2) budget plan MRP as referred to in subsection (1) is discussed along with the Governor for DPRP between specified as budget MRP.
.,, (3) Budget as referred to in paragraph (1) proposed by the MRP to DPRP as a single entity with budget income and Expenditure the provincial Areas.
The fourth part of the code of conduct sets out the rights of article 45 of the MRP, MRP, (1) sets out the rules of conduct MRP based on government regulations. (2) the rules of conduct as stipulated in paragraph (1) contains about:.,, a. pronounced/sumpahjanji;

b. selection and determination of the leadership;

c. the dismissal and replacement of the leadership;

d. Organization of the hearing/meeting;., e., implementation of tasks, authorities, obligations, and rights as well as the prohibition to members/institutions; f. complaints and the task of the Council of honor in the time between replacement process;., g., the establishment, composition, duties and powers and obligations tools completeness; h. making the decision;

i. the receipt of complaints and channeling the aspirations of the community;

j. implementation of secretarial;

k. setting precedence and code of ethics.
The fifth part of the implementation of the rights of members of the MRP Section 46 (1) a member of the MRP has the right to ask questions.
.,, (2) the right to ask a question referred to in subsection (1) may be submitted orally or in writing to the complainant within the meeting of the MRP.
Article 47 (1) a member of the MRP has the right to convey the proposal and opinions.
.,, (2) the proposal and the opinion referred to in subsection (1) may be submitted orally or written to are discussed in meetings of the MRP.
Article 48.,, (1) a member of the MRP has the right of immunity or impunity for rights can not be demanded in advance of the Court because of the statements and opinions presented in the meetings of the MRP with the provincial government and the DPRP in accordance with perundangan-undangan.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) does not apply in the event that the Member in question infringes the provisions referred to in Article 34 the letter a and announced the material that has been agreed in a meeting closed to the concealed or things referred to by provisions on announcement of State secrets in the book's second Chapter I the book of the law of criminal law.
Article 49 Right of precedence MRP Member equated with members of the DPRP and further specified in the rules of conduct of the MRP.

The sixth part of the implementation of the obligations of the MRP article 50 (1) of the MRPP in carrying out duties and authorities, have a duty:.,,.,, a. defend and preserve the integrity of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia and dedicate it to the people of Papua Province;
.,, b. apply Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 as well as obey all regulations; c. fostering conservation organization of the life of indigenous peoples and indigenous culture of New Guinea;

d. fostering religious harmony;

e. encourage the empowerment of women.
.,, (2) the obligation referred to in subsection (1) is exercised by the President and members of the MRP MRP in any activity with the interests of the nation and the State.

.,, (3) the procedures for the implementation of the obligations referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) provided for in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
CHAPTER XI MRP meetings Article 51 meetings of MRP consists of: a. Plenary Meetings;

b. work meetings;

c. Hearing;

d. Meetings of the Working Group;

e. joint meeting of the working group.

Article 52.,, (1) the Plenary Meeting as referred to in section 51 is a member meeting led by the MRP leadership and is the highest forum in the discharge of duties and authorities of the MRP.
.,, (2) work meetings as referred to in Article 51 of the letter b is the meeting between the fittings of the MRP with government officials of the province and Kabupaten/Kota and the DPRP and DPRD Kabupaten/Kota and other Government Agencies in the area.
.,, (3) the Hearing referred to in Article 51 of the letter c is a meeting conducted by the fittings of the MRP with bodies and social institutions of society in order to listen and accommodate the aspirations in accordance with the authorities of the MRP.
.,, (4) meeting of the Working Group referred to in section 51 d is meeting members of a working group led by the Chairman of the Working Group accordingly field assignments.
.,, (6) joint meeting of the Working Group referred to in Article 51 of the letter e is a joint meeting held by more than one working group.
Article 53.,, (1) the Plenary Meetings held at least one (1) times within 6 (six) months.
.,, (2) meeting of the MRP as referred to in subsection (1) must be attended by at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the total number of members.
.,, (3) a decision-making meeting as referred to in paragraph (2) be declared valid if approved by 2/3 (two thirds) of the amount present.
.,, (4) the provisions concerning the implementation of further meetings of the MRP are set in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
Article 54 (1) the products of MRP MRP Decisions and decisions shaped the MRP leadership.
.,, (2) the procedures and the decision-making process set out in the rules of conduct of the MRP.
CHAPTER XII the SECRETARIAT Article 55., MRP, MRP Secretariat (1) led by a Secretary who is in charge of helping the MRP in organizing tasks and those powers. (2) the Secretary of the MRP of eligible CIVIL SERVANTS by the Governor.
.,, (3) the Secretariat of the MRP operationally under the direction of MRP and technically was under the administration of the Regional Secretary of the Province.
Article 56 of the position, the order of organization and tatakerja as well as the finance Secretariat MRP are set in the Perdasi.

CHAPTER X FINANCIAL LEADERSHIP and MEMBERS of the first part of the financial Rights of the MRP Section 57 the income from the leadership and members of the MRP consists of: a. Money Representation;

b. Money Package;

c. Office of Allowances;

d. welfare payments.

The second part of the money the representation Article 58 (1) the Chairman and members of the MRP Money given representation.
.,, (2) the magnitude of the Money a representation for the Chairman of the MRP, the highest rated 50% (Iimapuluh perseratus) from the base salary of the Governor.
.,, (3) the magnitude of the Money the representation of Vice Chairman of the MRP high most of 90% (ninety-perseratus) from the Chairman of the representation of the MRP.
.,, (4) the magnitude of the Money of most members of the MRP high representation of 80% (eighty-perseratus) from the Chairman of the representation of the MRP.
.,, (5) in addition to money, to the leadership and the representation of the members of the family allowances granted MRP and allowances of rice.
.,, (6) the Allowances referred to in subparagraph e of magnitude equal to the applicable allowance for DPRP.
The third part of the money Package Article 59 (1) the Chairman and members of the MRP is given Money package.
.,, (2) the magnitude of the Money Package referred to in subsection (1) the highest 20% (twenty perseratus) from the corresponding representation of Money.
The fourth part of the Perks of Office Article 60 (1) to the MRP leadership given Allowances Office.

(2) to the Chairman of the Working Group was given the Office of Allowances.
.,, (3) the magnitude of the Allowances Office referred to in subsection (1) is highest 50% (fifty-perseratus) from the corresponding representation of Money.
.,, (4) the magnitude of the Perks of Office as referred to in paragraph (2) the highest 30% (thirty-perseratus) from the corresponding representation of Money.
Part five welfare payments Article 61.,, (1) For health care and treatment to the leadership and members of the MRP provided Health benefits.
.,, (2) sebagaima Health Allowance referred to in subsection (1) is given in the form of guarantee insurance.
Article 62 if the Chairman or a member of the MRP died, the heirs were given:.,, a. Money mourning death of 3 (three) times or in representation of money died in carrying out tasks given money for the funeral were killed amounted to 6 (six) times the representation of Money. b. transportation expenses assistance bodies.

Article 63.,, (1) the Chairman of the Home Office along with MRP provided equipment and 1 (one) unit of vehicle service.
.,, (2) the representatives of the Chairman of the MRP provided each 1 (one) unit of vehicle service.
.,, (3) if the MRP leadership stops or ends the period of his devotion, Home Office with equipment and vehicles Department handed back in good condition to the provincial government.
Article 64 the leadership and members of the MRP provided clothing service in accordance with the financial capability of the province.

The sixth part the cost of Activities of the MRP Section 65.,, (1) to smooth implementation of MRP MRP Secretariat expenditure on provided:.,, a. Employee Expenditures;

b. Shopping goods and services;

c. Shopping Trip;

d. Maintenance Expenditures;

e. capital expenditures.
.,, (2) the magnitude of the spending of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) are assigned based on the financial abilities of the province and the ancillary activities expenditures does not exceed the DPRP.
The seventh section of the award Article 66.,, (1) the Chairman and members of the MRP at the end of its membership or at the time dismissed with honor from Office or died, was given the award, namely:.,,.,, a. for the MRP leadership for each 1 (one) year to assume the position of a number of 1 (one) month money clean representation at most 5 (five) months clean representation of money;
.,, b. for members of the MRP for each 1 (one) year period of membership of a number of 1 (one) month money clean palingbanyak representation of 5 (five) months clean representation of money;
.,, c. Time to assume the Office referred to in subsection (1) is less than 1 (one) year rounded to 1 (one) year.
.,, (2) in terms of the leadership and members of the MRP died, the award in paragraph (1) is granted to the heirs.
Article 67.,, (1) Costs incurred due to the enforcement of government regulations is charged to the income and Expenditure budget of the areas of the province.
.,, (2) the MRP prohibited from accepting financial assistance beyond the financial resources of the budget revenue of the provincial Area Shopping.
.,, (3) providing Perdasi that set the budget for the activities of the MRP outside set out in government regulations can be cancelled by the Minister of the Interior.
Article 68 of the MRP financial management carried out by the Secretariat of the MRP MRP financial and accountability based on the provisions of the legislation.

CHAPTER XIV SUPERVISION Article 69.,, (1) the community conduct surveillance against the execution of duties, authority, rights, and obligations of MRP.
.,, (2) the procedures for the supervision referred to in subsection (1) is set in this Perdasus.
CHAPTER XV miscellaneous PROVISIONS of the first part of other duties the MRP in addition article 70 duties and authorities referred to in Article 36, the MRP has other duties: a. give consideration and approval against the expansion of the province;.,, b. convey the proposed changes Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy for Papua Province.
The second part of the procedures for Granting Approval and Consideration Towards the expansion of the provincial Chapter 71.,, (1) the expansion Plans of the province delivered by provincial governments together to the MRP for DPRP got consideration.
.,, (2) a discussion of the expansion plan as referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by working groups/joint working group of the plenary meeting for approval of the MRP no later than thirty (30) days from the receipt of the expansion plan.
.,, (3) when the necessary working groups/joint working group may request an explanation to the provincial government and the DPRP regarding plans for expansion. as referred to in paragraph (1).
.,, (4) in the case of the expansion plan does not get the consideration and approval of more than 30 (thirty) days referred to in subsection (2), the expansion plan is considered to have earned the consideration and approval by the MRP.
The third section the procedures for submission of proposals for changes in Act No. 21 of 2001 Article 72.,, (1) the proposed change of Act No. 21 of 2001 can be delivered by the people to the MRP and the DPRP.
.,, (2) the proposal referred to in subsection (1) which is delivered through the MRP, discussed by the MRP to forwarded to PARLIAMENT or Government through Governors.
.,, (3) the proposed changes referred to in paragraph (1) may be the consideration of the Government.
The fourth part of the formation of the MRP in the locality of Expansion of article 73 of the MRP together provincial Government of Papua and the province as a parent serving DPRP and the responsibility to help the Government solve the problem of blossoming before the promulgation of this Regulation having regard to the reality and appropriate legislation no later than 6 (six) months after the appointment of members of the MRP.

Article 74.,, (1) in terms of extraction Papua Province became the newly formed provinces of MRP, based in each provincial capital.
.,, (2) the procedures for the establishment, composition, position, membership, implementation of tasks and authorities of the MRP as referred to in paragraph (1) are based on the provisions of this Regulation.
Article 75., MRP, (1) prepare and is responsible for the formation of the MRP in the provinces new extraction results.

.,, (2) in carrying out the tasks referred to in paragraph (1) of the MRP in cooperation with the provincial Government of Papua and the province as a parent DPRP.
CHAPTER XVI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 76 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

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

.,, Set in Jakarta on December 23, 2004 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on December 23, 2004 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Dr. HAMID AWALUDDIN, s. h.

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