Government Regulation Number 120 In 2000

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 120 Tahun 2000

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 223, 2000 GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 120 in 2000 on the ESTABLISHMENT of CORPORATE OFFICE Dr. KARIADI HOSPITAL in SEMARANG, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in an attempt to improve competitiveness in the field of health services to the community in the era of globalization is seen necessary to divert a work unit status of government agencies into a business entity service that autonomously manages the Office;
.,, b. that Dr. Kariadi Hospital as one unit in implementing the Technical Department of health and social welfare in relation to the level of development and progress that has been achieved, the Ministry deemed necessary has a new work to improve and guarantee the quality of health services;
.,, c. that to smooth and provided the implementation of the management of the hospital Dr. Kariadi economically and getting the maximum benefits for the people, the nation and the State are considered then the need to divert status Dr. Kariadi Hospital became an autonomous business entity service;
., d., that for that purpose the need to establish provisions on the establishment of the company Service (AGREEMENT) of the hospital Dr. Kariadi Semarang with government regulations;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) and article 33 of the Constitution of 1945 as amended by the second amendment of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Indonesische Bedr. ijvenwet (Staatsblad 1927 Number 419) as has been modified several times, the last by Act No. 12 of 1955 (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 of 1955, additional State number 850 Sheets);
., ,3. Act No. 9 of 1969 concerning the determination of the Replacement Government Regulations Act No. 1 of 1969 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 16 in 1969, State Gazette Supplementary Number 2890), about State Business forms into law (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 40 in 1969, State Gazette Supplementary Number 2809);
., ,4. Act No. 23 of 1992 on health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 100 in 1992, an additional Sheet country number 3495);
., ,5. Government Regulation number 6 in 2000 about the company Service (AGREEMENT) (State Gazette of Republic of Indonesia number 12 of the year 2000, an additional Sheet country number 3928);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the COMPANY'S OFFICE Dr. KARIADI HOSPITAL in SEMARANG.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. the company Office is a Department of the hospital Dr. Kariadi Semarang hereinafter in this Regulation referred to AGREEMENT, which its business fields are in the scope of the duty and the authority of the Minister, in which the entire capital is owned by the Government in the form of the wealth of the country that are not separated and are not divided into shares, as set forth in a Government Regulation number 6 in 2000.
., ,2. The Finance Minister is the Minister responsible for administering the country's wealth in the field are utilized by the AGREEMENT. 3. the Minister is the Minister responsible in the field of perumahsakitan.
., ,4. The Board of Directors the Board of Directors is responsible for the AGREEMENT management AGREEMENT and the AGREEMENT represents both inside and outside the Court.
., ,5. The Board of Trustees is the AGREEMENT the Board of Trustees in charge of monitoring and providing advice to the Board of Directors in carrying out the activities of the management AGREEMENT.
., ,6. Coaching is an activity to provide the guidelines for the AGREEMENT in the planning, execution and control with the intent of the AGREEMENT in order to be able to perform the duties and functions in Sepik and succeeded to, and well developed.
., ,7. Surveillance is the whole process of assessment of the activities of the AGREEMENT with the purpose of AGREEMENT in order to carry out the tasks and functions well and managed to achieve the goals that have been set accordingly.
., ,8. Inspection is an activity to assess the AGREEMENT by way of compare between the actual circumstances and circumstances that must be done, either in the field or in the field of financial and technical operations.
., ,9. The management is the activity of planning, organizing, implementing, monitoring and control AGREEMENT in accordance with the policy of the development effort.
CHAPTER II ESTABLISHMENT of the COMPANY OFFICE article 2 this Regulation With established Corporate Office Dr. Kariadi Hospital in Semarang.

CHAPTER III of the ARTICLES of ASSOCIATION of the COMPANY the TITLE of the first part of the common article 3, (1) the AGREEMENT referred to in article 2 is the State-owned enterprises are given the duty and authority to organize the activities of the services, educational services and research services in the field of health.
.,, (2) AGREEMENT to manage its activities based on the provisions stipulated in government regulations and legislation in force.
.,, (3) and does not reduce the regulatory provisions in this AGREEMENT, against the Government applies the law of Indonesia.
The second part of the seat and the periods of time article 4 AGREEMENT is domiciled and headquartered in Semarang.

Article 5 AGREEMENT was established for a period not specified.

The third part of the nature, intent, purpose and nature of article 6 Activities activities the service AGREEMENT is a function of social, professional, and ethical with an economical management and not merely seek profits.

Article 7 goals and purpose was AGREEMENT organizes activities services, education, and research, as well as other efforts in the field of health that aims to improve health status and always oriented to the interests of the community.

Article 8 to reach intents and purposes referred to in article 7, the AGREEMENT as a reference Center for child and mother health care convening:.,, a. health services to the community good effort promotif, preventive, curative as well as rehabilitative in plenary;
.,, b. development services, education and research in the field of geriatric medicine, Oncology, infection, reproductive health, stroke, nephrology-urology, perinatal, maternal heart as well as radiology and penunjangnya services; c. other health services;

d. education, research and other efforts in the field of health.

Part four Acceptance and business development article 9.,, (1) to support the financing of activities of the AGREEMENT in order to achieve goals and purpose as mentioned in article 8, the AGREEMENT:.,,.,, a. can receive help and or subsidy comes from the budget of revenue and Expenditure of the country/region in the form of money or goods;
.,, b. entitled to receive the payment results service, education and research in the field of health and the results of other efforts are legitimate; c. can accept the results of the cooperation with other parties concerned.
.,, (2) the receipt obtained in return hospital services rendered and other business, not a State of acceptance is not the tax (PNBP).
Article 10 in the context of enterprise development, the AGREEMENT can be:.,, 1. received a grant in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation;
., ,2. receive loans from banks, other financial institutions and or loans from abroad on the basis of the proposed AGREEMENT over the approval of the Minister of finance; 3. cooperate with other institutions which have relation function.

Part five article 11. Wealth, Wealth, (1) AGREEMENT is the wealth of a country that is not separated, managed by AGREEMENT and utilized fully to fund the operational activities of the AGREEMENT. (2) the AGREEMENT was not a capital divided into shares.
.,, (3) the magnitude of the capital AGREEMENT at the time of the enactment of this Regulation is of the entire wealth of the Country AGREEMENT, whose value will be set later by the Minister of finance based on calculations performed together.
.,, (4) the transfer or agreements with third parties regarding the AGREEMENT which resulted in the transfer of wealth, subject to approval of Finance Minister.
The sixth Coaching article 12.,, (1) the construction of the financial AGREEMENT was conducted by the Minister of finance and technical coaching by the Minister.
.,, (2) a technical Construction referred to in subsection (1) is done by setting the policy of the Ministry of education and research to achieve health equity, efficiency and quality of health services as well as with policy development efforts.
.,, (3) Policy business development AGREEMENT referred to in paragraph (2) concerning the investment policy, business financing, sources of financing, use of business results, as well as other development policies.
.,, (4) Construction by the Minister referred to in subsection (1) done by giving instructions or guidelines and implementation for the Board of Directors and the Board of Trustees to run the operational activities of the service, education and research in the field of health.
.,, (5) the guidelines referred to in paragraph (4) was compiled on the basis of the policy referred to in subsection (2).
.,, (6) in order to carry out the construction and supervision of the management AGREEMENT, the Minister or the Minister of finance and at any time may request information from the Board of Directors and Board of Trustees.
The seventh section of the Board of Directors of article 13 (1) Stewardship AGREEMENT conducted by the Board of Directors.
.,, (2) the number of members of the Board of Directors at least three (3) people and at most 5 (five) and one of whom was appointed as the President Director.
Article 14 which may be appointed members of the Board of Directors are those individuals who:.,, a. meets the criteria of expertise, integrity, leadership, experience in the field of perumahsakitan and being of good character and have a dedication to expand to the independence AGREEMENT;

.,, b. is able to carry out the legal deeds and never declared bankruptcy or become a member of the Board of directors or Commissioners or Trustees who were convicted of causing a company is declared bankrupt; c. the nation of Indonesia.

Section 3.,, (1) Board members are appointed and dismissed by the Minister after obtaining the approval of the Minister of finance.
.,, (2) the members of the Board of Directors are appointed for a term of 5 (five) years and may be reappointed for one term to the next.
.,, (3) members of the Board of Directors can be dismissed before his term expires if based on the fact a member of the Board of Directors:.,, a. did not perform the duties well;.,, b. does not implement the provisions of the applicable legislation and Government Regulations or rules; c. engage in actions that hurt the Bureau;., are convicted, d. imprisonment for a criminal doing crime is blamed and the corresponding error or with corporate governance Office.
., Plan, (4) the dismissal on the grounds referred to in subsection (3) is notified in writing by the Minister to the Board members concerned with copy to the Minister of finance.
.,, (5) a decision of dismissal on the grounds mentioned in paragraph (2) letter a, letter b and c set forth after the concerned are given the opportunity defend himself.
.,, (6) self-defense referred to in subsection (5) is done in writing and submitted to the Minister with a copy to the Minister of Finance within a period of 1 (one) months since the Board members concerned were informed in writing referred to in subsection (4).
.,, (7) during the plan termination mentioned in paragraph (4) is still in the process of the concerned Board members then can continue its work.
.,, (8) the Minister of finance delivered an opinion to the Minister regarding plans for the dismissal of the Board of Directors to the Minister referred to in subsection (4) at least one (1) month from the date of submission of self-defense referred to in subsection (6).
.,, (9) if within a period of 2 (two) months from the date of submission of self-defense referred to in subsection (6) does not give the Minister a decision of dismissal of the Board members, the dismissal plan then cancel.
.,, (10) Stop for the reasons referred to in subsection (3) the letter d, it is the pit stop not with respect.
.,, (11) Position as a member of the Board of Directors ended with his dismissal of the decision issued by the Minister.
Article 16 members of the Board of Directors are not allowed to assume the post of the stanzas as below:.,, a. Board of Directors in State-owned enterprises, and Private Areas or other term associated with the management of the company;
.,, b. structural and functional Office in establishments/institutions of the Central Government or region;
.,, c. other Office in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation.
Article 17 Board of Directors has the duties and authority to:.,, a. lead and take care of the AGREEMENT in accordance with the AGREEMENT with the goal of continually trying to improve the effectiveness and results in order to; b. master, maintain and manage the wealth of the AGREEMENT;

c. represent the AGREEMENT inside and outside court;., d., implement policies in managing business development AGREEMENT as outlined by the Minister; e. assign operational policy AGREEMENT;

f. prepare a long-term plan and work plan and budget AGREEMENT;., g., holds and maintains the bookkeeping and the administration of the AGREEMENT in accordance with the AGREEMENT that apply to customary;
.,, h. set the organizational structure and governance work AGREEMENT complete with details of her duties after approval by the Board of Trustees;
.,, i. lift and dismiss employees of the AGREEMENT in accordance with the applicable legislation;
.,, j. sets out the matters relating to the rights and obligations of the AGREEMENT employees according to the provisions of legislation in force; k. prepare annual reports and periodic reports.

Article 18 (1) in carrying out the duties of Directors as stipulated in article 5:.,,.,, a. Director may act on behalf of the Board of Directors upon approval of the other Board members;
.,, b. The directors shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of the Board of Directors, each for a field that becomes a duty and authority.
.,, (2) if one or several members of the Board of Directors was unable to keep his job or when running the post terluang and his successor has yet to assume office, the vacancy dipangku by other Board members who are appointed by the Board of Trustees.
.,, (3) a period of at least 2 (two) months since the occurrence of the circumstances referred to in subsection (2), the Minister may appoint a member of the new Board of Directors to assume the position of the terluang referred to in paragraph (2).
.,, (4) if all the members of the Board of Directors was unable to keep running his job or the position of the Board of Directors has not been entirely and terluang appointed, then while the management AGREEMENT executed by a Board of Trustees.
.,, (5) in carrying out its tasks and authorities referred to in article 17 of the letter c, the Board of Directors can exercise themselves or hand over power to:.,, a. one or several members of the Board of Directors;.,, b. one or several employees AGREEMENT, either alone or together; or c. a person and or other agencies, specifically designated for it.
Article 19 in the discharge of its duties, the Board of Directors is obligated to devote attention and devotion in full on the tasks, obligations and the achievement of the purpose of the AGREEMENT.

Article 20 Member Board of Directors as stipulated in article 18 paragraph (2) letter a, is not authorized to represent the AGREEMENT if:.,, a. happened things in front of the Court between the AGREEMENT with the concerned Board members;
.,, b. the concerned Board members have interests that conflict with the interests of the AGREEMENT.
Article 21 income types and large Directors stipulated in accordance with the legislation in force.

Section 22 (1) Board of Directors ' Meetings held at least 1 (one) month.
.,, (2) in the meeting referred to in subsection (1) discussed matters related to the activities of the AGREEMENT in accordance with the duties, authorities and responsibilities. (3) the decision of the meeting of the Board of Directors are taken on the basis of deliberation for consensus.
.,, (4) in the case of the word consensus not reached, then decisions are taken on the basis of the most votes. (5) For each meeting made note of a meeting.

Article 23.,, (1) long term plan referred to in article 17 the letter f, at least contain:.,, a. evaluation of the implementation of long-term plans;

b. the position of the current AGREEMENT;

c. the assumptions used in the preparation of long-term plans;., d., goal setting, strategy, policy and program work Plan and its Long-term linkages between these elements.
.,, (2) long-term plan that has been signed by the members of the Board of directors together with the Board of Trustees is submitted to the Minister and the Minister of finance no later than sixty (60) days prior to the applicable effective long-term plans.
.,, (3) the Minister of finance delivered an opinion on the long term plan referred to in subsection (2) to the Minister at least thirty (30) days prior to the applicable effective long-term plans.
.,, (4) an endorsement long term plan referred to in subsection (2) is done by the Minister after obtaining the opinion of the Minister of finance approval form referred to in subsection (3).
Pasal 24.,, (1) the work plan and budget AGREEMENT as stipulated in article 17 the letter f, at least contain:.,, a. work plan;

b. budget plan;

c. financial projections;

d. other matters that require the endorsement of the Minister.
.,, (2) the work plan and budget AGREEMENT referred to in subsection (1) is filed with the Minister and Minister of finance, at least sixty (60) days before the fiscal year begins to gain the endorsement.
.,, (3) the Minister of finance delivered an opinion to the Minister regarding the work plan and budget AGREEMENT referred to in subsection (2) at least 15 (fifteen) days after the fiscal year running.
.,, (4) the work plan and budget AGREEMENT referred to in subsection (1) was passed by the Minister after obtaining the approval of the Minister of finance no later than thirty (30) days after the fiscal year running.
.,, (5) in terms of the work plan and budget AGREEMENT has not yet been passed by the Minister referred to in subsection (4), the work plan and budget AGREEMENT is considered valid for executed all have met the provisions of the Ordinance the preparation of work plan and budget AGREEMENT.
The eighth section of the Board of Trustees of article 25 the number of members of the Board of Trustees is adapted to the needs of the AGREEMENT at most 5 (five) persons, and one of them was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

Article 26 which can be appointed as a member of the Board of Trustees is the individual person:.,, a. has the dedication, understanding the AGREEMENT management issues and can provide sufficient time to carry out his duties;
.,, b. is able to carry out the legal deeds and never declared bankruptcy or become a member of the Board of Directors, Commissioners, or the Board of Trustees who were convicted of causing a company is declared bankrupt; c. citizens of Indonesia.

Article 27 the Board of Trustees AGREEMENT consists of the elements of the AGREEMENT includes the Department officials, the Treasury Department and other agencies/departments of its activities related to the AGREEMENT as well as the experts in accordance with the business activities of the AGREEMENT.

Article 28.,, (1) a member of the Board of Trustees are appointed and dismissed by the Minister after obtaining the approval of the Minister of finance.

.,, (2) the members of the Supervisory Board are appointed for a term equal to the members of the Board of Directors, and may be reappointed for one term to the next.
.,, (3) the appointment of members of the Board of Trustees does not coincide with the time of the appointment of members of the Board of Directors.
Article 29.,, (1) the members of the Supervisory Board may be dismissed before his tenure runs out, if based on the fact a member of the Board of Trustees:.,, a. did not do their job properly;.,, b. not implementing the provisions of the legislation and Government Regulations or rules; c. engage in actions that are detrimental to the company Office, or., are convicted, d. imprisonment for a criminal doing crime is blamed and or errors associated with the task of carrying out the supervision in the company.
., Plan, (2) the dismissal on the grounds referred to in paragraph (1) notified in writing by the Minister to the members of the Board of Trustees is concerned with copy to the Minister of finance.
.,, (3) a decision of dismissal referred to in subsection (1) letter a, letter b and c set forth after the concerned are given the opportunity defend himself.
.,, (4) self-defense referred to in subsection (3) is done in writing and submitted to the Minister with a copy to the Minister of Finance within a period of 1 (one) months since the Board member in question is notified in writing referred to in subsection (2).
.,, (5) during the plan termination referred to in paragraph (2) are still in the process of the then members of the Board of Trustees in question can continue its work.
.,, (6) the Minister of finance delivered an opinion to the Minister regarding the dismissal of the members of the Board of Trustees of the plan referred to in subsection (2) at least one (1) month from the date of submission of self-defense referred to in subsection (4).
.,, (7) if within a period of 2 (two) months from the date of submission of self-defense referred to in subsection (4) does not give the Minister a decision of dismissal of the members of the Board of Trustees, then the dismissal plan became null and void.
.,, (8) Dismissal for reasons referred to in subsection (1) the letter d, it is the pit stop not with respect.
.,, (9) position as member of the Supervisory Board ended with the promulgation of the Decree of dismissal by the Minister.
Article 30 (1) the Board of Trustees in charge for:.,,.,, a. carry out surveillance against the management of the AGREEMENT conducted by the Board of Directors;
.,, b. gives advice to the Board of Directors in carrying out the activities of the management AGREEMENT.
.,, (2) the supervision referred to in subsection (1) letter a, including surveillance against execution:.,, a. long-term plan and work plan and budget AGREEMENT;

b. the provisions of this Regulation;

c. the provisions of the applicable legislation.
Article 31 (1) the Board of Trustees in conducting his duties obligated:.,,.,, a. provide opinions and advice to the Minister and the Minister of finance regarding the work plan and budget AGREEMENT proposed by the Board of Directors;
.,, b. keeping track of the activity AGREEMENT, provide opinions and advice to the Minister and the Minister of Finance on matters that are considered essential to the governance AGREEMENT;
.,, c. reporting immediately to the Minister and the Minister of finance in the event of symptoms decrease in performance of the AGREEMENT; d. provide advice to the Board of Directors in the discharge of the management AGREEMENT.
.,, (2) the Supervisory Board report on the execution of his duties as mentioned in subsection (1) to the Minister and the Minister of finance at regular intervals and at any time when necessary.
Article 32 in the execution of the duties and obligations of Trustees has the authority as follows:.,, a. look at the books, letters and other documents, check out the cash for the purposes of verification and check out the wealth of the AGREEMENT;
.,, b. demanded an explanation from the directors and other officers regarding all issues concerning the management of the AGREEMENT;
.,, c. asked the Board of Directors and other officers with knowledge of the Board of Directors to attend a meeting of the Board of Trustees;
.,, d. attend meetings of Directors and give views towards things that are spoken;
.,, e. providing approval or assistance to the Board of Directors in performing specific legal deeds.
Article 33 to support the smooth running of the task of the Board of Trustees, the Minister may appoint a Secretary of the Board of Trustees upon the AGREEMENT of the load.

Article 34 all expenses necessary in the framework of implementation of the Board of Trustees charged AGREEMENT to and expressly contained in the work plan and budget AGREEMENT.

Article 35.,, (1) the Board of Trustees Meeting held at least three (3) months.
.,, (2) in the meeting referred to in subsection (1) discussed matters related to the AGREEMENT in accordance with the duties, authorities and responsibilities of the Board of Trustees.
.,, (3) the decision of the meeting of the Board of Trustees is drawn on the basis of deliberation for consensus.
.,, (4) in the case of the word consensus not reached, then decisions are taken on the basis of the most votes. (5) For each meeting made note of a meeting.

The ninth part of the internal auditing unit Article 36.,, (1) internal auditing unit carry out internal financial and operational AGREEMENT.
.,, (2) internal auditing unit referred to in subsection (1) is headed by a Chief who is accountable to the Director.
Article 37 internal auditing unit tasked with helping President Director in carrying out the inspection of internal financial and operational AGREEMENT, as well as assessing its implementation, management and control on the AGREEMENT as well as give advice on repair.

Article 38 Upon written request the Board of Trustees, the Board of directors give a description of the inspection results or the results of the implementation of internal auditing unit referred to in Article 37.

Article 39 the Board of Directors is obligated to pay attention to and immediately take the necessary steps for everything expressed in each report the results of the checks made by the internal auditing unit.

Article 40 in the execution of his duties, the internal auditing unit is obligated to maintain a smooth task units of the other organizations in the AGREEMENT in accordance with the duties and responsibilities of each.

The tenth section of the accounting and Reporting System Article 41 AGREEMENT for the fiscal year is the fiscal year, unless specified otherwise by the Minister of finance.

Article 42 of the annual Calculation made in accordance with the applicable Financial accounting standards.

Article 43 the annual report referred to in article 17 of the letter k, containing at a minimum:.,, a. Annual Calculation consisting of the balance sheet and the calculation of income and expenses, cash flow statement, and report changes in wealth;
.,, b. report on the implementation of the work plan and the results that have been achieved; c. report on the AGREEMENT's main activities during fiscal year;., d. problems encountered in the implementation of the work plan AGREEMENT; e. the names of the members of the Board of Directors and supervisory board AGREEMENT;

f. salary and other benefits for members of the Board of Directors and supervisory board AGREEMENT.

Article 44.,, (1) the annual report signed by all the members of the Board of Directors and the Board of Trustees for further submitted to the Minister of finance and the Minister.
.,, (2) in case there is a member of the Board of directors or Board of Trustees did not sign the annual report referred to in subsection (1) must be mentioned the reason in writing.
Article 45.,, (1) the annual report referred to in Article 43 delivered by the Board of Directors to the financial supervision and development or a public Accountant appointed by the Agency for financial supervision and development for review.
.,, (2) reports the results of the examination of the Agency's financial supervision and development referred to in subsection (1), is submitted in writing by the Board of Directors to the Minister and the Minister of finance.
.,, (3) the opinion of the Minister of finance regarding the annual report as stipulated in article 44 paragraph (1) and the report of the Agency for financial supervision inspection results and development referred to in subsection (2), submitted to the Minister.
.,, (4) the annual report has been reviewed by the Agency for financial supervision and development referred to in subsection (1), authorized by the Minister after obtaining the opinion of the Minister of finance approval form referred to in subsection (3).
Article 46.,, (1) an endorsement referred to in Section 45 subsection (2) the Board of Directors of exempting responsibility towards everything that is included in the calculation of the annual in accordance with their respective field of duty.
.,, (2) in the case of the annual calculation of the documents submitted and validated that turned out to be incorrect and or misleading, then a member of the Board of Directors and the Board of Trustees are responsible renteng responsibility to a third party are harmed.
.,, (3) a member of the Board of Directors and Board of Supervisors exempted from liability referred to in subsection (2) if it is evident that the situation was not because of his error.
Article 47.,, (1) Periodic Report good quarterly report, report of the semester as well as other reports on the performance of the AGREEMENT is submitted to the Board of Trustees.
.,, (2) copies of periodic reports referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Minister and the Minister of finance.
Article 48 annual reports, periodic reports and other reports, as referred to in this section is submitted with the form, content and procedures for drafting according to the provisions of legislation in force.

The eleventh section of the Employment Article 49 (1) AGREEMENT Employees are civil servants.
.,, (2) the Board of Directors upon approval of the Minister may appoint and dismiss employees upon agreement in accordance with the laws and regulations in the field of employment.

.,, (3) the position, rights and obligations of the employees of the AGREEMENT referred to in subsection (2) are defined in accordance with the legislation in force.
The twelfth part of the use of the rest of the acceptance of the article 50 the rest of the acceptance of the AGREEMENT at the end of the fiscal year set its use by the Minister of finance.

The thirteenth part Demands Compensation Article 51.,, (1) a member of the Board of Directors and all employees of the AGREEMENT because of the actions against the law result in losses for the AGREEMENT, are required to compensate for the loss.
.,, (2) the provisions of the compensation referred to in subsection (1) is set in accordance with the legislation in force.
The fourteenth part of the other Provisions of article 52 of the Ordinance not to charge again and blot out of bookkeeping accounts receivable by AGREEMENT set by the Minister of finance.

Article 53 the procurement of goods and services the AGREEMENT using funds directly from the State Budget income and Expenditure is exercised in accordance with the provisions of the regulations concerning the implementation of the Budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues.

Article 54 in addition to the Board of Directors and the Board of Trustees of any other party, the AGREEMENT prohibited interfered with the plundering of the management and the management of the AGREEMENT.

CHAPTER IV TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 55 at the time of the enactment of this Regulation began, all the provisions of the legislation which governs the hospital Dr. Kariadi as implementing existing technical, all does not conflict, have not been modified or restructured based on the Government regulation is stated remains valid.

Chapter V CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 56 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 12 December 2000 the PRESIDENT of INDONESIA, ABDURRAHMAN WAHID Enacted in Jakarta on 12 December 2000 the SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, DJOHAN EFFENDI