Act No. 21 Of 2001

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 21 Tahun 2001

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Back COUNTRY GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 4151 (explanation of the 2001 State Gazette Number 135) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA NUMBER 21 in 2001 on SPECIAL AUTONOMY for PAPUA PROVINCE PUBLIC., i., Papua Province is the province of Irian Jaya were given special autonomy, part of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia, which has the diversity of tribes and more than 250 (two hundred fifty) local languages as well as inhabited by other tribes in Indonesia. The territory of Papua Province at this time consisted of 12 (twelve) counties and two cities, namely: the Regency of Merauke, Jayapura, Biak Numfor District, Jayawijaya Regency Mimika regency, Regency Paniai Regency Puncak Jaya Regency Nabire Regency Fakfak Regency, Sorong Regency Yapen Waropen, Manokwari District, Jayapura, and the town of Sorong. Papua Province has an area of approximately 421,981 km2 with a varied topography, ranging from a marshy lowland up to the mountain peak shrouded in snow. The territory of Papua Province is bordered to the North by the Pacific Ocean, on the South by the provinces of Maluku and the Arafura Sea, to the West with the provinces of Maluku and North Maluku, and in the East with the country of Papua New Guinea.
., The political decision, the unification of Papua became part of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia in fact contain lofty ideals. But in fact the various policies in implementing governance and development that the implementation is not yet fully meet the sense of fairness, not yet fully allow the achievement of people's welfare, not yet fully supports the realization of rule of law, and not yet fully expressed respect for the human rights (HAM) in Papua Province, in particular communities.
.,, The condition led to gaps in almost all sectors of life, especially in the fields of education, health, economy, culture and social politics.
.,, Human rights abuses, neglect the fundamental rights of the indigenous population and the existence of a difference of opinion regarding the history of the unification of Papua into the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia are the problems that need to be resolved. The troubleshooting effort as long as it is judged less touching the roots of the problems and aspirations of communities, thereby triggering the various forms of disillusionment and discontent.
.,, The Momentum of reform in Indonesia gave the opportunity for the emergence of a new awareness and thinking to solve a variety of problems of great nation Indonesia in organizing the life of nation and State.
.,, With respect to it, the people's Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia establishes the necessity of granting Special Autonomous status to the province of Irian Jaya, as mandated in Statute the MPR RI number IV/MPR/1999 regarding the outlines of the bow of the country in 1999-2004, chapter IV of the letter (g) figures 2. In the Ordinance of MPR RI number IV/MPR/2000 on policy recommendations In the Organization of the autonomous region, which, among others, emphasized on the importance of immediately realizing the special autonomy through the designation of a special autonomy law for the province of Irian Jaya to pay attention to the aspirations of the community. This is a positive first step in order to build the trust of the people to the Government, and the strategic steps to put the basic framework established for the various efforts that need to be done for the sake of completion settlement of the problems in Papua Province.
.,, Special autonomy for Papua Province is essentially the granting of broader authority for the province and the people of Papua to arrange and take care of yourself in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
., Wider Authority, means a greater responsibility for the province and the people of Papua to organize Government and manage the utilization of natural resources in Papua Province to the maximum for the prosperity of the people of Papua as part of Indonesia in accordance with the legislation. This authority means the authority to empower the potential of socio-cultural and economic communities, including providing adequate role for the orang asli Papua through the representatives of the customs, religion, and women. The role of the do is formulate policy areas are involved, determine the strategy development with equality and diversity while respecting the life of communities, preserving the cultural and natural environment of Papua, which is reflected through the change of the name of Irian Jaya into Papua, emblem of the area in the form of the regional flag and folk songs as a form of actualizing the Papua people's identity and the recognition of the existence of customary rights, indigenous, indigenous peoples , and customary law.
.,, Fundamental things that become the content of this law are:.,, first, setting the authority between the Government with the Government of Papua Province as well as the application of such authority in Papua Province conducted with specificity;
., Second, recognition, and respect the fundamental rights of orang asli Papua as well as strategically and basic pemberdayaannya; and, third, embody the Organization of good governance that are unmistakably:.,, a. Expresses people's participation in the planning, implementation and supervision of the Government as well as in the implementation of development through the participation of the representatives of the customs, religion, and women;
.,, b. implementation of development that is geared to meet the most basic needs of the natives of Papua in particular and the people of Papua Province in General with sticking to the principles of preservation of the environment, sustainable development, equitable and beneficial for communities directly; and, c.., organizing the execution of development of governance and transparent and responsible to the community.
., Fourth Division, authority, duties, and responsibilities that firm and clear between the legislature, Executive, and judiciary, as well as Mrp as cultural representation of native Papuan given specific authority.
.,, The granting of special autonomy for Papua Province is intended to bring about justice, enforcement of the rule of law, respect for human rights, the acceleration of economic development, improvement of the well-being and progress of the communities, within the framework of equality and balance with the progress of other provinces.
.,, This legislation puts the orang asli Papua and Papua population in General as a main subject. The existence of the Government, the Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota Governments, as well as the device underneath it, all geared to provide the best service and empowerment of the people.
.,, This legislation also contains the spirit of the resolution and reconciliation, inter alia by the establishment of the truth and Reconciliation Commission. The establishment of the Commission is intended to solve a variety of problems occurred in the past with the aim of establishing genuine unity and national unity of Indonesia's Papua Province.
.,, The elaboration and implementation of this legislation in the provinces and Kabupaten/Kota is performed proportionally in accordance with the soul and spirit of a nation and a country that lives in the sublime values of the community, subject to the rules and regulations of the Special Region Provinces.
., Special Areas, rules and/or regulations of the Provinces is the applicable local Papua Province that are not override other existing legislation includes Act No. 22 of 1999 on local governance and Act No. 25 of 1999 regarding Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regions, all are not provided for in this Act.

II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1, article 2, clear enough, clear enough, article 3, article 4, is quite clear., paragraph (1), certain, authorities in other areas referred to in this Act is a government authority that includes: the policy about national planning and national development control in the macro, Financial Equalization Fund, a system of State administration and economy of the country, the authorities of the coaching and empowering human resources utilization of natural resources, as well as strategic high technology, conservation and national standardization. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), quite obviously, paragraph (7), in the framework of the acceleration of the development and improvement of the quality of human resources, Papua Province may establish mutually beneficial relationships with various institutions/bodies abroad in accordance with the legislation. These relationships allow Papua Province has the institution or body established by the provincial government or the private sector, which aims to promote education, increase investment, and develop tourism in the province of Papua. Subsection (8),, coordination is done by the Governor with the Government is in terms of implementation of policy of spatial defence for the interests of the defense of the Republic of Indonesia and the unity of the Country implementing military operations other than war in Papua Province in accordance with regulations. Subsection (9), is quite clear, article 5, article 6, clear enough, clear enough, article 7, article 8, clear enough, clear enough, article 9, article 10, is clear enough, clear enough, article 11, article 12 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 13, Article 14, clear enough, clear enough, Article 15, article 16, clear enough, clear enough, article 17, Article 18, clear enough, clear enough, article 19. ,, Is quite clear, article 20, paragraph (1), letter a

The filing process, prospective candidates, election, endorsement and the inauguration of Governor and Vice Governor in Papua Province is carried out in accordance with the legislation. After the DPRP assigning prospective candidates Governor and Vice Governor, the prospective candidates presented to the MRP to gain consideration and subsequent approval basis for DPRP to then set to be a candidate for Governor and Vice Governor. The letter b, Letter c, clear enough, clear enough, the letter d, or cooperation, the agreement in question here include agreements or cooperation with a third party either from within the country and outside the country regarding the protection of the rights of orang asli Papua. The letter e.,, is facilitating the follow-up resolution of complaints and aspirations in this legislation is a task the MRP to perform various settlement efforts in helping the parties complainant. The letter f.,, including consideration of the MRP to the DPRD Kabupaten/Kota in the matter of the determination of the prospective candidates for Regent/Vice Regent and Mayor/Deputy Mayor. Subsection (2), clearly Enough, chapter 21, section 22, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 23, Article 24, clear enough, clear enough, Article 25, Article 26, clear enough, clear enough, article 27, Article 28, pretty clear., paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), political Recruitment, by prioritizing indigenous Papua is not meant to diminish the nature of the political party open to every citizen of the Republic of Indonesia. Subsection (4),, request for consideration to the MRP does not mean reducing the independence of political parties in terms of selection and recruitment of politics.

29. Article, pretty clear, article 30, article 31 clearly, enough, clear enough, Article 32, paragraph (1), the Commission, the establishment of an Ad Hoc Law intended to help the Governor and DPRP, MRP, in preparing the draft Perdasus and Perdasi as a follow-up to the implementation of this legislation. Subsection (2), Article 33, clear enough, clear enough, Article 34, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3).,, letter a., of, Figure 1), in accordance with the legislation. Figure 2), in accordance with the legislation. Number 3), in accordance with the legislation. The letter b.,, Figure 1), in accordance with the legislation. Figure 2), in accordance with the legislation. Number 3), in accordance with the legislation. Number 4), part of the province, Kabupaten/Kota, from the reception of the natural resources of petroleum mining sector of 15% set in accordance with the regulations, and additional receipts (after deducting tax) of 55% is within the framework of special autonomy. The number 5), part of the province, Kabupaten/Kota of acceptance of natural resources mining sector, natural gas 30% set in accordance with the regulations, and additional receipts (after deducting tax) of 40% is in the framework of special autonomy. The letter c, letter d, clear enough, clear enough, the letter e, letter f, is quite clear.,, infrastructure development intended to at least within 25 (twenty-five) years throughout the cities of the province, Kabupaten/Kota, District or other population centers are connected with transport by land, sea or air quality, so Papua Province can perform its economic activities are good and beneficial as part of a system of national and global economy. Subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), quite obviously, paragraph (7), quite obviously, subsection (8), clear Enough, subsection (9), quite obviously, subsection (10), Article 35, clear enough, clear enough, Article 36, Article 37 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 38, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), as part of a sustainable development in Papua Province, the provincial government will be obliged to allocate a portion of the income and Expenditure budget of Papua Province obtained from the results of exploitation of natural resources in Papua to savings in the form of funding, the results of which can be used to finance a variety of development activities in the future.

39. Article,, is the advanced processing in the law it is the processing of raw materials resulting from the utilization of the natural resources of the oil & gas sector such as New Guinea, General mining, forestry, marine fisheries, as well as the outcomes of agriculture in General. Further processing is intended to increase the added value of the resources that positively impact for acceptance of the province, job creation, improved utilization and development of science and technology, as well as other utilization. Further processing is done taking into account the interests of the community in Papua and stick to the principles of a healthy economic, efficient, and competitive.

Advanced processing in the framework of the utilization of the natural resources referred to in this article shall be in the province of Papua if it meets the economic principles. This means that when advanced processing in the framework of the utilization of the natural resources do not meet the principles of Economics, advanced processing can be implemented in other regions to keep leveraging investment opportunities that existed for the welfare of society, having regard to the principles of preservation of the environment and sustainable development.

In order to encourage increased investment in the region of Papua Province, the Government and the Government of Papua Province is obligated to create a conducive policy.

Article 40, paragraph (1), to ensure legal certainty and protection for the corporate world, then licensing and partnership agreements that had been made before the legislation was enacted, otherwise remain in force up to the expiry of the respective licence or agreement in question.

The definition of "done" in this verse refers to a "issued". Paragraph (2).,, disability law and/or harm the rights of community life as well as contrary to this Act must be substantiated and declared in the Court decision that has the force of law.

The Court ruling in question contains statements regarding one of the legal considerations of the decision, that the relevant agreement or licensing the disability law or harming the community's right to life.

An agreement by a court decision that has the force of law remains flawed law stated can be done through repeated formulation review of what should be enforced by all the benefit to the community and even about the things that are supposed to be exchanged again in the interest of sustainability.

As for the about legal consequences due to the cancellation of the agreement that can be disomasi to the formulation of the repeated things are exchanged so that the implementation of the ruling is no longer done conventionally but converted into a material agreement charge.

If both parties agree, then a licensing or cooperation agreements can be amended, revised or terminated.

Article 41, paragraph (1), the inclusion of capital, which is done by the provincial government on State-owned enterprises (SOEs) or private companies that are domiciled and operating in Papua Province is done through careful assessment of the profit or loss that may be incurred by based on market mechanisms and in accordance with the legislation. Subsection (2), Article is quite clear, 42, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), giving the opportunity of trying as empowering indigenous peoples can be either the inclusion of capital in the form of an assessment against various rights inherent in certain indigenous peoples, inter alia in the form of customary rights.

Article 43, paragraph (1),, the obligation referred to in this verse is also the obligation of the Government which is exercised by the Governor as the representative of the Government.

Empowerment rights include coaching and development aimed at improving the standard of living either outwardly or customary law batiniah citizens. Subsection (2), the definition of the rights of indigenous peoples include shared rights to citizens such as those known as customary rights and the rights of individual citizens customary law. Paragraph (3), customary Rights are rights, together with the local people of customary law is concerned. The subject of customary rights are certain customary law community, not the individual, and also not indigenous rulers, though many of those who served as hereditary. Indigenous rulers are implementing rights customary acting as officers of the law society's custom of managing rights customary in his area.

Customary rights are governed by the laws of the particular indigenous customary law in the communities concerned.

The fact is the existence of customary rights of the various communities, the customary law with respect to social and economic development of the community's own custom laws either because of the influence of internal as well as the environment.

Customary rights recognized by the law of the land, according to the national reality is still there, but the customary rights that already does not exist will not be revived. In connection with it, for the sake of certainty as to the existence of a customary right is still in the environment of indigenous peoples, as evidenced by: (1) still a group of citizens who felt bound by the order of certain customary law as citizens of a shared legal Fellowship is a customary law society; (2) there is a still a certain area which is a legal environment and daily livelihood of the local people of customary law; and (3) the existence of indigenous rulers still execute the provisions of the law of the right ulayatnya.


The recognition, respect and protection in this paragraph includes the recognition, respect and protection for the parties who have acquired rights to the customary rights of the former land lawfully according to the Ordinances and laws and regulations in force, and therefore cannot be sued by heirs for the sake of legal certainty. Subsection (4), Discussion between the parties, which requires the customary land from customary law society in question predated the issuance of licences and the granting of rights acquisition by authorized establishments. The deliberation results of the agreement is a requirement for the issuance of licences and the decision granting the rights in question. The same applies also on the acquisition of land rights of individual citizens are customary law community, not enough with the approval of the ruler of the custom.

The utilization of indigenous rights for the benefit of the Government and/or the private sector carried out in consultation between indigenous peoples with parties that need, must be accompanied by the granting of compensation in the form of cash, replacement land, resettlement, as a shareholder, or other mutually agreed forms. Subsection (5), the provincial government, Kabupaten/Kota as instances of the most knowing hal-ihwal disputes occurred in its territory shall be obliged to perform active mediation in dispute resolution-disputes arising between customary law society or its members with outside parties.

The dispute between the local people of its own customary law resolved through judicial custom as stipulated in this law.

Article 44.,, the intellectual property rights of orang asli Papua form covers copyright rights in the field of the arts consisting of voice, dance, carve, carving, painting, anyam, tata clothing and traditional building design as well as other art types, as well as the rights associated with a system of knowledge and technology developed by the indigenous peoples of New Guinea, such as traditional medicines and the like.

This protection includes also the protection of the intellectual property of other community members in Papua Province.

Article 45, Article 46, pretty clear., paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the letter a, letter b, quite clearly, reconciliation measures, include disclosure of the truth, the confession of error, apologies, the granting of pardon, peace, the rule of law, Amnesty, rehabilitation, or alternatively other useful and with attention to the sense of Justice in society to uphold unity and the unity of the nation. Paragraph (3), the Governor's proposal, in for membership of the truth and Reconciliation Commission can be derived from the DPRP and the MRP and other components.

47. Article,, says empowering means increasing keberdayaan.

Article 48, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2),, a policy that needs to be coordinated to the Governor of Papua Province is a security policy that includes aspects of public order and peace in society. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), head of the State police, the Republic of Indonesia full authorities dismiss the head of the police of Papua province without seeking the approval of the Governor of Papua Province and in certain things the Governor of Papua can give consideration to the head of State police of the Republic of Indonesia to dismiss Police Chief of Papua Province. Paragraph (7), Article 49, clear enough, clear enough, article 50, paragraph (1), the power, the implementation of Justice in Papua Province in accordance with regulations, requires legal services in particular. In such case and to speed up the acquisition of legal certainty, in particular towards the matter of Cassation, the Supreme Court can consider a special policy for the resolution of matters of Cassation of the province of Papua. Subsection (2), Article 51 clearly Enough., paragraph (1),, in this paragraph expressly acknowledged the existence in national laws, the judiciary and the courts existing customs in Papua Province, as the courts of peace among the local people of customary law in the environmental community's customary law. Subsection (2), the Customs Court, not the State judiciary, but rather the judiciary community customary law.

Based on the fact that there is, the order is governed by the provisions of customary law Community law and local customs checks as well as prosecute civil disputes and criminal cases based on the customary law of the indigenous communities customary law is concerned. It was among others about the makeup of its judgment, who is in charge of examining and adjudicating disputes and matters are concerned, the procedures for examination, decision making and implementation. The Court judgement was not authorized Customs imprisonment or confinement.

Customary courts are not authorized to investigate and adjudicate civil and criminal disputes that either party to the dispute or a criminal offender rather than legal custom of citizens. It includes an authority in the judicial environment of the country. With the use of indigenous justice in this legislation, it will be a lot of disputes in civil and criminal cases among the local people of customary law in Papua Province that thoroughly can be resolved by the concerned citizens without involving the courts in the judicial environment of the country. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), customary courts, ruling that the verdict is final and the magnitude of the law remain in terms of the parties to the dispute or litigants to accept it. The verdict in question can also absolve the perpetrator of criminal prosecution according to the provisions of the criminal law in force. Statement of approval of the implementation of the ruling of the Chairman of the mewilayahinya District Court obtained by the head of State is concerned. If a statement of approval of the execution of the verdict have been obtained then kejaksaaan can not do the investigation and prosecution. Paragraph (7), quite obviously, subsection (8),, in which case the Chairman of the District Court refused to give a statement of approval of the implementation of the verdict, then the police and the Prosecutor's Office can conduct investigation and prosecution. In this case the concerned indigenous Court ruling will be used as consideration in deciding the matter submitted. In this paragraph opened the possibility of a re-examination in case one of the parties to the dispute or the litigants object to the top award and filed a dispute or matter to the Court of first instance in the Environment Agency of the judicial authorities.

Article 52, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the approval given by the Governor to the Attorney General of the Republic of Indonesia, does not interfere with the technical staffing. Paragraph (3), the Attorney General is authorized, the full stop the Head Prosecutor Papua province without seeking the approval of the Governor and in certain things the Governor of Papua Province can give consideration to the Attorney General to dismiss the head of the Prosecutor's Office.

Article 53, Article 54, clear enough, clear enough, Article 55, Article is quite clear, 56, paragraph (1), against the institution, specifically on the level of higher education who have autonomous College, the responsibility of the provincial government in organizing the Education Fund joined is perwujundang from the efforts of the construction and development of human resources, both on the amount nor the quality, for development in Papua Province. Subsection (2), the Government has the primary responsibility in implementing national education, so that the obligation to establish public education policies that apply nationally with the same standard of education, which among other things reflected in the core curriculum and quality standard. Thus there is a recognition of the same against the results of education held in all regions, including in Papua Province, which allows the occurrence of suppleness and freedom of learners from education institutions in Papua switch and follow the educational interest in other provinces.

Considering the socio-cultural conditions, economic potential, and the desires of a diverse community members, in addition to the core curriculum, the curriculum also developed a standard with local institutional force in Papua Province, both on the school as well as on the outside of the school, so that results are achieved is relevant to the education requirements. Paragraph (3), quality education, meant that education in the province of Papua should be implemented properly and responsibly so as to produce graduates who have the same degree of quality education carried out in other provinces. Given the still low level of the quality of human resources in Papua and the importance of the pursuit of progress in the field of education, then the local authorities shall be obliged to finance all or part of the cost of education for son daughter asli Papua in all levels of education. Subsection (4), Education in Papua Province, have long been held by religious institutions, among others, Christian Education Foundation (YPK), Catholic Schooling and Education Foundation (YPPK), Foundation of education and Schooling of Evangelical churches (YPPGI), Adventist Education Foundation (YPA), the Islamic Education Foundation (Yapis), and other Foundation which was established by the community. The number of schools which are owned by private institutions is quite numerous and dispersed to remote areas, so that their role in the field of education remains respected and continue to be improved, while the corporate world, especially large-scale ones, are encouraged to organize the education based on the national policies and costs from the companies concerned. Subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), Article is quite clear, 57., 58, Article is quite clear., paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), clearly Enough, paragraph (3)

.,, Local languages can be used as the language of instruction at the basic education level, in addition to the language of Indonesia.

Article 59, paragraph (1), quality health Services, implemented evenly and reach out to all walks of life in remote Papua Province. Subsection (2), endemic diseases, which are referred to in this paragraph include, among others, malaria and tuberculosis. Paragraph (3),, is a burden on the community health service is the cost of perfect humility tailored to the capabilities of the economy including servicing fee exemption for those who couldn't afford it. Subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article 60, clear enough, clear enough, Article 61, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), population policy, referred to in this verse is the granting of special facilities in the form of affirmative policy including in terms of migration for a specific period of time in order for native peoples of New Guinea can develop capabilities and increase the participation of optimally in the soonest possible time. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article is quite clear, 62, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), A chance to get a job for the orang asli Papua was an affirmative measures in the framework of empowerment in the field of employment. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article 63 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 64, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3),, is a non-governmental organization meeting the requirements is a non-governmental organization whose existence in accordance with the legislation. Subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article is quite clear, 65, subsection (1), the provincial Government, the obligation in question did not remove the obligation of Government, County Government, City Government, and in accordance with the legislation.

Persons with social problems in question include, among others: a. orphaned children;

b. the aged who need;

c. the House physical and mental disability; and d. victims of natural disasters. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 66, pretty clear., paragraph (1), the neglected, the tribe is a group of native Papuan communities that inhabit a particular area that has not been touched by development. Subsection (2), Article is quite clear, 67, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), social Supervision, supervision is carried out by the community against the execution of the duties the MRP, the DPRP, Governor and the device in the form of petitions, protests, criticism, suggestions and propositions, which regulated further in this Perdasus.

Article 68, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the Government of Papua Province delivered a Perdasus, Perdasi, and the decision of the Governor not later than 1 (one) month after it is set.

In order to conduct surveillance, the Government can cancel the repressive Perdasus, Perdasi, and decisions of the Governor in a conflict with the higher legislation or public interest communities. The cancellation of the decision notified to the provincial government along with his reasons.

In the event that the provincial government cannot accept the annulment of the decision, the provincial government may file an objection to the Supreme Court.

When the Supreme Court justified the suit, then the Perdasi, Perdasus, Governor and the decision remains valid.

As long as there has been no Supreme Court decision against the suit, then the Perdasi, Perdasus, the Governor and the decision is suspended.

If within a period of three (3) months from the receipt of the suit by the Supreme Court decision is not obtained, then the Perdasi, Perdasus, the Governor and the decision goes into effect again. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article 69. Quite clearly, quite clearly, article 70, pretty obvious Article 71, Article 72, this is pretty obvious, pretty clear, Article 73, Article 74, clear enough, clear enough, Article 75, Article 76, clear enough, clear enough, Article 77, Article 78, clear enough, clear enough, Article 79,, is quite clear.