Act No. 34 Of 2004

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 34 Tahun 2004

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 127, 2004 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4439) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 34 in 2004 ABOUT the INDONESIAN NATIONAL ARMED FORCES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that the national goal is to protect all the Nations and all the spilled blood of Indonesia, promote the general welfare, the intellectual life of the nation, and participated at the world order carry out based on independence , peace, and social justice;
.,, b. that the defense of the country is all efforts to uphold the sovereignty of the country, maintaining the territorial integrity of the Republic of Indonesia, the unity of the Country and the safety of all Nations from the threat of military and armed threat against the integrity of the nation and State;
.,, c. that the Indonesia national army as a unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia's defense, in charge of executing the defence policy of the State to uphold State sovereignty, territorial integrity, maintain and protect the safety of the nation, running the military operation for war and military operations other than war, as well as participated actively in regional and international peacekeeping;
.,, d. Indonesia national army that built and developed professionally appropriate political interests of the State, referring to the values and principles of democracy, supremacy of civil, human rights, the provisions of national law, and the provisions of international law that has already ratified, with the support of the State budget is managed in a transparent and accountable;
.,, e. that the legislation of the Republic of Indonesia number 2 in 1988 about the Soldiers of the armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia No. 4 in 1988, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3368) judged incompatible with institutional changes in the armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia Tentanra Indonesia National being driven by demands for reform and democracy, the development of legal awareness of living in a society so that those laws need to be replaced;
.,, f. that the legislation of the Republic of Indonesia number 3 2002 the defence of the country (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2002 number 3, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4169) has mandated the creation of laws-law on Indonesia national army; and, g.., that based on considerations as referred to in letters a, b, c, d, e, and f have to established law on Indonesia national army;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (1), article 10, article 11 paragraph (1), article 12, article 20, article 22 A, article 27 paragraph (3), and article 30 of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. The Ordinance of the MPR Number VI/MPR/2000 on the separation of Indonesia national armed forces and police of the Republic of Indonesia, and the statutes, the MPR Number VII/MPR/2000 on the role of Indonesia national army and the role of State police of the Republic of Indonesia; and, 3. The legislation of the Republic of Indonesia number 3 2002 the defence of the country (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2002 number 3, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4169);
By mutual agreement between the REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES: setting: law on the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law is the:.,, 1. The State is unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 2. Citizens of the Republic of Indonesia are citizens.

3. The Government is the Government of the Republic Indonesia.
., ,4. The area is the entire territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia based on legislation.
., ,5. The defense of the country is all efforts to uphold the sovereignty of the country, maintaining the territorial integrity of the Republic of Indonesia, the unity of the Country and protect the safety of all our nation from threats and disruption of the integrity of the nation and the State, was drawn up having regard to the geographical condition of Indonesia as the island nation.
., ,6. The country's defense system is a system of defense that is the universe involving the entire citizens, territories, and other national resources, as well as prepared early by the Government and held in total, integrated, focused, sustained, and sustainable to uphold State sovereignty, maintaining territorial integrity. The Republic of Indonesia, and protect the safety of all Nations from every threat. 7. The INDONESIAN National Army is Indonesia.
., ,8. The Defense Department is implementing the Government's functions in the field of Defense and State.
., ,9. The Defense Minister is the Minister responsible in the field of Defense and State.
., .10. The Commander of the TNI Commander is hereinafter referred to high military officers who led the TNI. 11. the Force is the army, Navy, and air force.
., 12. Chief of staff of the forces is the Chief of staff of the army, Chief of staff of the Navy, and the air force Chief of staff. 13. The soldier is a member of the TNI.
.,, 14. Office of Soldiering was a devotion of citizens as soldiers of the INDONESIAN ARMY.
., 15. Volunteer soldiers are citizens of their own accord devoted themselves in the service of soldiering.
.,,16. Soldier-citizen is obliged to devote yourself in the service of soldiering because required based on legislation.
., General Agreement. Soldier students are citizens who are being educated to be a soldier first.
., 18. Education education is to form the first Soldier students become members of INDONESIAN ARMY traveled through basic education soldiering.
.,, 19. Establishment of education is education to form tamtama be enlisted or NCO became officers traveled through the rank of primary education.
.,, 06. The military is the strength of the force of a State governed on the basis of legislation.
.,,21. Soldiers are citizens prepared and armed for Defense duties of the country to face the military threat nor the armed threat.
., .22. A threat is any attempt and activity, both from within the country and outside the country who judged threatening or endangering State sovereignty, territorial integrity and the safety of our whole nation.
.,,23. The military threat is a threat made by the military of a country to another country.
., .24. The armed threat is a threat that comes from the movement of the armed forces.
., .25. The armed movement is a movement of a group of citizens of a country that acts against the legitimate Government by conducting armed resistance.
CHAPTER I I article 2 IDENTITY identity is a Indonesia National Army:.,, a., namely people's Army soldiers, whose members come from citizens of Indonesia;
.,, b. Army Warrior, i.e. soldiers who fought to uphold the unity of the Republic of Indonesia and the Country did not recognize the surrender in carrying out and completing its work;
.,, c. national army, namely the Indonesia national soldier on duty in the interest of the country and above the interests of the region, tribal, racial, and religious groups; and, d.., Professional Soldiers, that soldiers are trained, educated, well equipped, not practical politics, not business, and guaranteed kesejahteraannya, and follow the policies of the political state the principle of civilian supremacy, democracy, human rights, the provisions of national law, and international law which have been ratified.
CHAPTER I I I the POSITION of article 3, (1) in the deployment and use of military force, TNI domiciled under the President.
.,, (2) in the policy and strategy of the defense as well as administrative support, TNI under the coordination of the Department of Defense.
Article 4, the AIR FORCE, (1) consists of a top Indonesian army, INDONESIAN Navy, air force and the TNI are doing their job in matra or combined under the command of Commander in Chief.
.,, (2) each of the force referred to in subsection (1) has the same position and the same level.
CHAPTER I V the ROLE, functions, and DUTIES Section I article 5 role of the INDONESIAN ARMY plays a role as a tool of the State in the field of defense in carrying out its duties based on the policy and political decisions of the country.

The second part of the function of article 6 (1), the AIR FORCE as a tool of the State, serves as the defense;.,,.,, a. an antidote against any form of military threat and armed threat from outside and inside the country against the sovereignty, territorial integrity, and safety of people;
., penindak b., against any form of threat as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a; and, c. the Restorer against State security which disturbed conditions due to security disorder.
.,, (2) in carrying out the functions referred to in subsection (1), the AIR FORCE is the main component of the defense system of the country.
Part three article 7 Duties.,, (1) duty is to uphold the sovereignty of the State of the AIR FORCE, maintaining the territorial integrity of the Republic of Indonesia that unitary State based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, as well as protecting all Nations and all the spilled blood of Indonesia from the threat and disruption of the integrity of the nation and the State. (2) the duty referred to in subsection (1) done by:.,, a. military operations for the war.

b. military operations other than war, namely to:.,, 1. overcome armed separatism movement;

2. addressing the armed rebellion;

3. tackling terrorism;

4. secure the border region;

5. secure the vital national objects which are strategically;

., ,6. carry out the task of world peace accord with foreign policy; 7. secure the President and Vice President and their families;., .8. empower the region's defense and strength his supporters early in accordance with the defense system of the universe; 9. help the task of the Government in the region;., .10. help the State police of the Republic of Indonesia in the framework of the tasks of the security and order of the Community subject to the Act;
.,, 11. help secure State-level guests heads and representatives of foreign Governments who were in Indonesia;
., 12. help menaggulangi due to natural disasters, displacement, and the granting of humanitarian aid;
., 13. help search-and-rescue accidents (search and rescue); as well as,, 14. assist the Government in safeguarding the cruise and flight against hijacking, piracy, and smuggling.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in subsection (2) is implemented based on the policy and political decisions of the country.
Article 8 the army on duty: a. carry out the INDONESIAN army in the field of Defence Committee;.,, b. TNI duties in maintaining the regional security land border with other countries;
.,, c. perform the duties of the TNI in the construction and development of the strength of the matra land; and d. carry out empowerment area defense on land.

Article 9 of the Navy on duty: a. carry out the INDONESIAN defence fields in matra;., b., enforce the law and security in the region of menajga sea national jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions of national law and international law which have been ratified;
.,, c. carry out naval diplomacy tasks in order to support the foreign policy set by the Government;
., d., perform the duties of the TNI in the construction and development of the strength of the matra sea; and e. carry out empowerment area naval defense;

Article 10 of the air force on duty: a. carry out the INDONESIAN defence fields in matra;., b., enforcing the law and maintaining the security of national airspace jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions of national law and international law which have been ratified by c. implement assignment of TNI in the construction and development of the air force of matra; and d. carry out empowerment area air defense.

Chapter V is considered part of the ORGANIZATION'S POSTURE and the posture section 11.,, (1) Posture TNI built and prepared as part of the country's defense posture to cope with any military threat and armed threats.
.,, (2) the AIR FORCE Posture as referred to in paragraph (1) was built and prepared in accordance with the country's defense policy.
The second part of article 12 Organization.,, (1) the Organization of the INDONESIAN TNI Headquarters consists of the membawahkan Army Headquarters, the headquarters of the INDONESIAN Navy, and the AIR FORCE General Headquarters air force.
.,, (2) the headquarters of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES consists of the elements of leadership, leadership aides elements, elements of the implementing agency, service centre, and Major Command operations.
.,, (3) the headquarters of the force was made up of elements of leadership, leadership aides elements, elements of the implementing agency, service centre, and the main command of coaching.
.,, (4) the order of organization of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by presidential decree.
Article 13 (1) the AIR FORCE is headed by a Commander.
.,, (2) Commander as referred to in paragraph (1) are appointed and dismissed by the President after obtaining the approval of the House of representatives.
.,, (3) the appointment and dismissal of the Stroessner exercised based on the interests of the organization by INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES.
.,, (4) the Office of the Commander in Chief as referred to in paragraph (3) could be ruled alternately by High active Officers from each Force who are or have served as Naval Chief of staff.
.,, (5) to appoint the Commander referred to in subsection (3), the President proposed one person aspiring Commander in Chief to get the approval of the House of representatives.
.,, (6) the consent of the House of representatives against the candidate chosen by the President and Commander-in-chief, delivered at least 20 (twenty) days do not include the period of recess, accounting since the plea agreement accepted by the prospective Commander of the House of representatives.
.,, (7) in the case of representatives did not approve of the candidate proposed by the President and Commander-in-chief as referred to in subsection (5) and paragraph (6), the President proposed one person of another candidate as a replacement.
.,, (8) when the House of representatives did not approve of the candidate proposed by the President and Commander in Chief, the House of representatives gave a written rationale that explains his disapproval.
.,, (9) in the case of representatives does not give answers as referred to in paragraph (7), be deemed to have agreed to the next President, authorities raised the new Commander and dismiss the old Commander.
.,, (10) the procedures for the appointment and dismissal of the Commander as referred to in paragraph (2), subsection (3), subsection (4), subsection (5), subsection (6), paragraph (7), subsection (8), and subsection (9), governed more by presidential decree.
Clause 14.,, (1) Forces led by a Staff force and Balls located under Commander and responsible to the Commander.
.,, (2) Naval Chief of staff appointed and dismissed by the President upon the proposal of Commander.
.,, (3) the Chief of staff as mentioned in subsection (2) is lifted from the active force of the High Officers concerned having regard to the level of a line and a career.
.,, (4) the procedures for the appointment and dismissal of the Chief of staff of the force referred to in subsection (2) and paragraph (3) is regulated by presidential decree.
Article 3 duties and obligations of the Commander in Chief are: 1. lead the TNI;

2. carry out the country's defence policy;

3. organizing and implementing the military strategy of military operations;

4. develop a doctrine of TNI;

5. organizing the use of power for the sake of the TNI military operation;., .6. organise coaching strength as well as maintaining the operational readiness of TNI;
., ,7. give consideration to the Secretary of Defense in the matter of the determination of the country's defense policy.
., ,8. give consideration to the Sun Defense in terms of fulfilment of the INDONESIAN policy assignment and other defense components;
., ,9. give consideration to the Minister of defense in drafting and implementing strategic planning management of national resources for the benefit of the defence of the State;
., .10. use the backup components after mobilized for the benefit of military operations;
.,, 11. use the supporting components have been prepared for the benefit of military operations; as well as, 12. carry out other duties and obligations in accordance with the legislation.
Article 16 duties and obligations of the Chief of staff of the force are:.,, 1. the lead Force in building the strength and readiness of operational Forces;
., ,2. help Commanders in drawing up policies regarding the development of posture, doctrine, and strategy and military operations with matra respectively;
., ,3. assist the Commander in the use of components according to the needs of the country's Defence Force; and, 4. carry out other duties in accordance with the matra respectively given by the Commander.
CHAPTER VI the DEPLOYMENT and USE of FORCE is considered part of the TNI Deployment article 17.,, (1) the authority and responsibility of the TNI's strength is n pengeraha on the President.
.,, (2) in the event of deployment of TNI forces referred to in subsection (1), the President must get the approval of the House of representatives.
Article 18.,, (1) in the circumstances forced to confront military threats and/or armed threat, the President can directly exert the power of TNI.
.,, (2) in the case of direct deployment of TNI forces referred to in subsection (1), 2 X 24 hours as of since the promulgation of the decision of the deployment of the force, the President should report to the House of representatives.
.,, (3) in the case of representatives did not approve the deployment as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), the President must stop the deployment of the forces of the INDONESIAN NAVY.
The second part of the use of article 19 (1) responsibility for the use of force of the INDONESIAN TNI Commander is at.
.,, (2) in terms of the use of force as referred to in paragraph (1), a Chief of the responsible to the President.
Article 20.,, (1) the use of force by INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES in order to carry out a military operation of the war, carried out for the benefit of organizing the defense of the country in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (2) use the power of the TNI in order carry out military operations other than war, carried out for the benefit of the defense of the country and/or in order to mendukkung the national interest in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (3) use of force by INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES within the framework of the task the world peace carried out in accordance with the foreign policy of Indonesia and the provisions of national law.
CHAPTER VII is considered Part of the basic provisions of the WARRIOR Article 21 is a citizen of Indonesia that meets the requirements specified in the regulations and appointed by the competent authority to devote yourself in the service of soldiering.

Section 22 Soldiers consists of Volunteer Soldiers and soldiers obliged.

Article 23 (1) Voluntary Soldiers undergo Office of soldiering with bond.
.,, (2) the provisions of the sebagainmana referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by government regulations.
Article 24 (1) Compulsory Servicemen undergoing dinas soldiering based on bond.
.,, (2) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1), further regulated in the legislation.
Article 25 (1) of the Warrior is a warrior insan:.,, a. faith and piety to God Almighty;., b., loyal to the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; c. immoral and is subject to the law and regulations.

d. the disciplined and obedient to superiors; and


e. responsible and carry out its obligations as soldiers.
.,, (2) Soldiers as referred to in paragraph (1), required the soldier's oath.
Article 26.,, (1) Soldiers grouped in the line of officers, enlisted, and tamtama.
.,, (2) the line referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 27.,, (1) every soldier was given the rank of the validity of the authority and responsibility of the hierarchy of soldiering. (2) the rank of distinguished by their nature as follows:.,,.,, a. the effective rank is given to soldiers during her Office of soldiering and brought the full administration;
.,, b. local rank is awarded for a while to the soldiers who execute the duties and Office of special temporary nature, as well as requiring a higher rank of the rank which he carried to the legality of the execution of the duties of the Office and did not bring the result of administration; and, c. the rank of titular given temporarily to citizens who need and are willing to perform the required position and willing to perform tasks of Office particular TNI surroundings, soldiering is valid for the term of course me still soldiering, and brought the Administration limited.
.,, (3), the term, Order and harmony rank as referred to in paragraph (2) be governed more by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
The second part of the adoption of article 28 (1) General requirements for becoming a soldier is:.,, a. citizen of Indonesia;

b. faith and piety to God Almighty;., c., loyal to the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; d. at the time was inducted into soldiers aged 18 years; most low.,, e. has no record of criminality was issued in writing by the State police of the Republic of Indonesia; f. physical and spiritually healthy;., g., not being lost the rights to become soldiers based on a court decision has acquired the force of law;
.,, h. pass the first warrior to form education students become members of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES; and i. other requirements in accordance with the requirement.
Article 29.,, (1) education for the appointment of soldiers comprising education officers, enlisted, and tamtama.
.,, (2) implementation of education referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 30 (1) the officer was formed through:.,, a. first officer education for originating directly from the community:.,, 1. TNI Academy, with input from top level secondary schools; and, 2. School officers, with input from the upper level secondary school or college. b. establishment of education officers who came from the enlisted soldiers.
.,, (2) education officer referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 31 (1) the NCO was formed through:.,, a. first NCO education that comes directly from the public; or b. the education establishment of the enlisted soldiers who came from the tamtama.
.,, (2) education the enlisted as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 32., Tamtama, (1) formed through education first tamtama directly from the community.
.,, (2) education tamtama referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 33 (1) an officer appointed by the President upon the proposal of Commander.

(2) a commissioned officer and Commander appointed by tamtama.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are governed further by a government regulation.
34. Article, Inauguration, (1) be a soldier held by the soldier's oath.
.,, (2) the appointment of the officers, in addition to be a soldier mengucapakan soldier's Oath oath also Officers.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are governed further by a decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 35 the soldier's Oath is as follows: "for the sake of God I swear/promise: that I will be loyal to the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;

that I will submit to the law and hold steadfast discipline soldiering;

that I will be obedient to the boss with no order or ruling of the dispute;

that I will run all duty with a full sense of responsibility to the army and the State of the Republic of Indonesia;

that I will hold all the secret army blast ".

Article 36 Sworn Officers are as follows: "for the sake of God I swear/promise: that I will fulfill the obligation of officers with their best against the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia and the Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;

that I will uphold the dignity and the dignity of the officer and the soldier's Oath and upholds the Sapta Marga;

that I will be leading the servants by giving suri a role model, build karsa, as well as the lead on the straight path and true;

that I would willingly sacrifice soul to defend the homeland and the nation ".

The third part liability and Prohibition of article 37., Perjurit, (1) obligation to uphold the trust given by the nation and the country to do business the State Defense as contained in the oath of a warrior.
.,, (2) to the security of the State, every soldier that has ended up living the Office of soldiering or Warrior students that because it is not mandatory, the soldier was inducted into holding a tegug secret army although concerned was dismissed with respect or disrespect.
Article 38, (1) Soldiers in the exercise of his duties and obligations, based on the soldier's code of ethics and code of conduct officer.
.,, (2) the provisions of etiksebagaimana Code referred to in paragraph (1) are governed further by a decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 39 Soldiers are prohibited from engaging in activities: 1. be a member of a political party;

2. practical political activities;

3. the activities of the business; and, 4. activities for the elected members of the legislature in elections and other political office.
The fourth part of article 40, Coaching, (1) any soldier using a uniform, attributes, supplies, and military equipment in accordance with the demands of his job.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 41.,, (1) any soldiers had the opportunity to develop his ability through education and assignment, taking into account the interests of the INDONESIAN ARMY, as well as meet the specified requirements.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 42.,, (1) any soldiers had the opportunity to get a promotion and/or tenure based on his achievements in accordance with the applicable career pattern denganmempertimbangkan interests of the TNI and meets the specified requirements.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 43.,, (1) Increase the rank of Colonel and higher-ranking officers assigned by the President upon the proposal of Commander.
.,, (2) promotion other than those referred to in paragraph (1) established by the Commander.
Article 44.,, (1) the soldier who gets the task by League soul directly and meritorious through call of duty can be awarded an incredible promotion.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is set by government regulations.
Article 45 Appointment and dismissal of the position in the structure of the TNI Commander and head of the Office in addition to the Staff, subject to the decision of the Commander in Chief.

Article 46.,, (1) a specific Position in the structure in the environment of TNI may be occupied by civil servants.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
47. Article, Warrior, (1) can only be reinstated civil after resigning or retiring from active service of soldiering.
.,, (2) Active Soldiers can be held at the offices of the koordiantor wing political sphere and State security, the defence of the country, Military Secretary to the President, the country's intelligence services, the password State, the National Resilience Institute, the Council of national defense, Search and Rescue (SAR) national, National Narcotics, and the Supreme Court.
.,, (3) Soldiers occupying the Office referred to in subsection (2) is based at the request of the leadership of the Department and Government agencies nondepartemen and subject to the provisions applicable in administrative departments and Government agencies nondepartemen.
.,, (4) the appointment and dismissal of the post for the soldiers as referred to in paragraph (2) is conducted in accordance with the needs of the Organization departments and Government agencies nondepartemen the question.
.,, (5) the construction of the career soldiers who occupied the Office referred to in subsection (2) is exercised by the Commander working with the leadership of the Department and Government agencies nondepartemen the question.
.,, (6) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) is set by regulation of the Government.
Article 48 suspension from Office conducted by an authorized officer of lifting and lay off in the Office, on the basis of legislation.

Part five Article 49 every soldier Welfare of TNI has the right to earn a decent income and is financed entirely from State defence budget from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues.

Article 50, a, (1) Soldiers and soldiers the students acquire the basic needs of soldiers who include;
., individual Equipment, a.; and b. uniform on duty.
.,, (2) soldier and the soldier students obtaining treatments and limited services, which include;
., a., a decent income;

b. family allowances;

c. residential/boarding/mess;


d. health treatments;

e. mental coaching and service kegamaan;

f. legal aid;

g. health insurance and persons;

h. allowance days old; and i. insurance assignment of military operations. (3) the soldier's Family obtained the limited treatments, which include;., health treatments, a.;

b. fostering mental and religious; c legal aid.
.,, (4) decent Income as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, given routinely every month to active soldiers, consisting of;
.,,.,, a. base salary of the soldier and his Ascension at regular intervals in accordance with the service; b. family allowances;

c. operation allowances;

d. Office of allowances;

e. Special allowances; and f. the money side dishes or natura.
.,, (5) the provisions as referred to subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) are governed further by a government regulation.
Article 51.,, (1) soldiers dismissed with respect earns treatments and services purnadinas.
.,, (2) Treatments and services purnadinas as referred to in paragraph (1), covering pensions, allowances, benefits or pensions are severance and health treatments.
.,, (3) the implementation of the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is set by government regulations.
Article 52 of the soldier and the soldier students are entitled to sign a State service based on achievements and services given to the country, in accordance with the laws.

The sixth part of the termination Article 53 Soldiers carry out the service of the most high keparajuritan until age 58 (fifty-eight) years for officers, and 53 (fifty-three) years for enlisted and tamtama.

Article 54 soldiers can be dismissed with respect or disrespect.

Article 55 (1) Soldiers dismissed with honor from Office because soldiering;., a., at the request of its own;

b. has the expiration of bond;

c. live to retirement age;

d. do not meet the requirements of physical or spiritual;

e. fall, were killed or died;

f. over the status of being a civil servant;., g. reinstated according to laws, the invitation could not be conquered by an active soldier; and h. upon special consideration for the interests of the service.
.,, (2) soldiers who have had service soldiering at least 20 (twenty) years, based on special considerations as set forth in paragraph (1) the letter h, can be retired early and he was given a full pension rights.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is set by government regulations.
Article 56 (1) rights of the dead soldiers or killed was given to heirs.
.,, (2) the provisions referred to subsection (1) is set by government regulations.
Article 57 a soldiers Rights disabilities disability is severe, moderate, or mild disability resulting due to military operation, or task is not a task for military operations in the service of soldiering, is set by government regulations.

Article 58.,, (1) soldiers in carrying out tasks not rejoined the unity resulting from or alleged to be caused by enemy action or outside his control, was declared missing in action, obliged constantly sought.
.,, (2) Soldiers as referred to in subsection (1) if there is no certainty a year asetelah over him, dismissed with respect to the heirs and given rights as rights of dead soldiers in accordance with the laws of the invitation (3) Soldiers referred to subsection (1) who later recovered and still alive, being reappointed in accordance with status before been lost given the right treatments and a full service during declared missing , taking into account the rights of the heirs has been accepted.
.,, (4) the statement is missing or its cancellation of the sebagaiman referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) in the set by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 59.,, (1) the soldier's rank of Colonel and higher officer, be removed from Office by decision of the President of soldiering.
.,, (2) the dismissal other than those referred to in paragraph (1) established by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
Article 60.,, (1) in the face of a military state of emergency and a State of war, each Soldier voluntarily and soldiers of mandatory that have ended up living the Office of soldiering can be required to be active again. (2) the obligation referred to in subsection (1) is set by statute.

Article 61.,, (1) soldiers dismissed with respect from dinas soldiering is entitled to wear the mark of the State owned his services at the time attending the ceremony of national or military service fits obtained him at the moment is still active in service.
.,, (2) implementation of the provisions of the sebagaiman referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by presidential decree.
Article 62.,, (1) Soldiers dismissed with disrespect because it has character and/or real deeds-real can harm discipline soldiering or TNI (2) Dismissal referred to in subsection (1) against the officers was implemented after considering the opinion of the Board of Honorary Officers.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) and (2) are governed further by a government regulation.
Article 63.,, (1) marriage-divorce and refer to any soldier is carried out on the basis of legislation.
., Pelasksanaan, (2) referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Commander in Chief.
The seventh part of the provisions of article 64 of law military law is built and developed by the Government for the purpose of organizing the defense of the country.

Article 65 (1) the student Soldiers subject to the provisions of the applicable law for the soldiers.
.,, (2) Soldiers subject to military judicial power in the event of breach of military criminal law and subject to the General judicial authority in matters of general criminal law offences are governed by the Act.
.,, (3) if the General judicial authority referred to in subsection (2) does not work, then the soldier is subject to under the authority of the judiciary are governed by statute.
CHAPTER VIII FINANCING Article 66.,, (1) the TNI is financed from the country's defence budget that comes from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues.
.,, (2) the purposes of the budget referred to in paragraph (1) proposed by the Defense Department.
Article 67.,, (1) in terms of the fulfillment of budget support TNI, Commander submits to the Secretary of Defense to be financed entirely from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues.
.,, (2) in terms of the fulfillment of budget support operations is urgent, the Commander submits a budget to the Minister of Defense for Kontijensi budget is financed from the Budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues.
.,, (3) support as referred to in paragraph (2) requested the approval by the Minister for defence to the House of representatives.
Article 68.,, (1) the TNI is obliged to manage the country's defence budget allocated by the Government.
.,, (2) the TNI is obliged the State defence budget management accountable as meant in subsection (1) to the Minister of Defense.
.,, (3) management of the country's defense budget by TNI as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out based on the principles of transparency, accountability, responsibility, and efficiency to implement good governance.
.,, (4) the management of the country's defense budget by TNI implemented based on legislation.
Article 69 the supervision and examination of the management of the country's defense budget by TNI conducted by Agency Inspectors of Finance Republic of Indonesia.

CHAPTER IX INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS article 70.,, (1) the supervision and examination of the management of the country's defense budget by TNI conducted by Agency Inspectors of Finance Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (2) Relations and cooperation abroad carried out within the framework of operational tasks, working techniques, as well as education and training.
.,, (3) Relations and cooperation inside and outside the country as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) was carried out on the basis of Government policy in the field of Defense and State.
CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 71 at the time of the enactment of this Act, the provisions of the retirement age as referred to in section 33, arranged as follows:.,, a. highest retirement age 58 (fifty-eight) years for officers and 53 (fifty-three) years for enlisted and tamtama, INDONESIAN soldiers are only valid for the date on which this legislation enacted yet declared his retirement from the AIR FORCE service;
.,, b. implementation of the provisions referred to in letter a are arranged in stages:.,,.,, 1. the proper Officer or not even old age 55 (fifty-five) years, service enforced soldiering for him up to the age of most high 56 (fifty-six) years;
., ,2. Officers who have not yet fulfilled the age 54 (fifty-four) years, service enforced soldiering for him up to the age of most high-57 (fifty-seven) years;
., ,3. Officers who have not yet fulfilled the age 53 (fifty-three) years, service enforced soldiering for him up to the age of most high 58 (fifty-eight) years; and, 4. The NCO and the right age or Tamtama haven't even 48 (forty-eight) years, service enforced soldiering for him until the age of 53 high pling (fifty-three) years.
Article 72 For the officer on the date of the enactment of this legislation is undergoing imprisonment in the service of soldiering by virtue of Act No. 2 of 1988 about Soldiers of the armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia, continue to apply these provisions to detentions in dinas keprajuritannya ends.

Article 73 at the time of the enactment of this Act, all regulations implementation of TNI stated remains valid along does not conflict and has not been replaced in accordance with this Act.

Article 74.,, (1) the provisions as referred to in article 65 applies at the time of the law on the new Military Justice went into effect.

.,, (2) during a military judicial legislation that recently has not been formed, remain subject to the provisions of Act No. 31 of 1997 on the military Judiciary.
Article 75.,, (1) any regulations implementing this law established at least 2 (two) years since the enactment of this Act.
.,, (2) any mention, naming, and terms related to the posture, structure, organization, duties, and authority of the TNI should be modified or replaced in accordance with this Act at least 2 (two) years since this legislation came into force.
Article 76.,, (1) within the period of 5 (five) years since the enactment of this legislation, the Government should take over the entire business activity that is owned and managed by the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES either directly or indirectly.
.,, (2) and the provisions of the Ordinance on the implementation of paragraph (1) are governed by presidential decree.
CHAPTER IX PROVISIONS COVER Article 77 by the time this law comes into force, the Act No. 2 of 1988 about Soldiers of the armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia No. 4 in 1988, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3368), otherwise do not apply.

Article 78 of this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.

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

.,, Enacted in Jakarta on 16 October 2004, the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, MEGAWATI SUKARNOPUTRI Enacted in Jakarta on October 16, 2004 the SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, BAMBANG KESOWO