Government Regulation Number 33 Of 1999

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 33 Tahun 1999

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 71, 1999 (explanation in an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3847) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 33 of 1999 on the IMPLEMENTATION of law number 3 of 1999 on GENERAL ELECTION the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, to implement the provisions of article 84 law number 3 of 1999 on general election, the need to establish a government regulation on the implementation of law number 3 of 1999 on general election;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the CONSTITUTION of 1945;
., ,2. Law number 3 of 1999 on general election (State Gazette Number 23 in 1999, an additional Sheet country number 3810);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION on the IMPLEMENTATION of Act No. 11 of 1999 ABOUT the general election.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. Elections elections are hereinafter referred to as the elections referred to in law number 3 of 1999 on general election. 2. A political party is a political party of election Participants in 1999.
., ,3. The Electoral Commission hereinafter the ELECTION COMMISSION is a Commission of the elections as stipulated in article 8 of law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., ,4. The General Secretariat is the General Secretariat of the Electoral Commission as referred to in article 9 paragraph (8) of law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., ,5. Indonesia Election Committee hereinafter called PPI is a General Election Committee referred to in article 10 of the letter c of law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., ,6. Level I Regional Election Committee hereinafter called PPD I is a level I Regional Election Committee as stipulated in article 13 of the Act 3 of 1999 on general election.
., ,7. The Election Committee Regencies who then called PPD II is the Election Committee Regencies as stipulated in article 15 of the law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., ,8. The Sub-district election committee hereinafter the PPK is as stipulated in article 17 of law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., ,9. The Committee Vote is next called PPS is as stipulated in article 19 of law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., .10. Implementing a Voting group hereinafter the KPPS is as stipulated in article 22 of law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
.,, 11. The Committee of Trustees that PANWAS is hereinafter referred to as stipulated in article 24 of the Act number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., 12. The head of the Secretariat is the head of the Election Committee Secretariat Indonesia, PPD I, PPD II and PPK.
., 13. Legislation is law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
Article 2 In the Organization of the elections, all parties hold fast to the principle of popular sovereignty based on Pancasila, the 1945 Constitution, the laws and the provisions of law, as well as to keep and maintain the unity and the unity of the nation.

Article 3 General elections were held in 1999 followed by 48 (forty-eight) political party as set forth by the General Election Institute (LPU) as referred to in article 79 of the Act.

CHAPTER II LIABILITY the ORGANIZERS and EXECUTORS of the election, the GENERAL SECRETARY of the Election Commission, and HEAD of the SECRETARIAT of the PPI Section 4.,, (1) in the performance of duties and authority, the ELECTION COMMISSION is responsible to the President.
.,, (2) the Liability referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by the ELECTION COMMISSION through periodic consultation with the President.
.,, (3) the schedule of consultations referred to in paragraph (2) established a joint between the President with the leaders of ELECTION COMMISSION.
., Pertanggungjawab, (4) execution of the duties and powers referred to in subsection (1) is delivered by the ELECTION COMMISSION at the end of his term in Office to the President.
Article 5 compulsory ELECTION COMMISSION delivered a written report concerning the holding of elections in 1999 to the President not later than 30 (thirty) days prior to the implementation of the 1999 MPR General session.

Section 6.,, (1) General Secretary ELECTION COMMISSION periodically submit a report on the implementation of the duty liability is written with the following conditions:.,, a. technically operational to the ELECTION COMMISSION; and b. Administrative technically to the President.
.,, (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for the preparation of the report referred to in subsection (1) letter a, subject to the decision of the ELECTION COMMISSION.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning the procedures for the preparation of the report referred to in subsection (1) letter b, regulated by presidential decree.
Chapter 7.,, (1) the obligatory evaluation of the implementation of the electoral system within at least 3 (three) years after election.
.,, (2) the results of the evaluation of the dilaporan to the President and the DPR-RI no later than thirty (30) days before the expiration of three (3) years referred to in subsection (1).
Article 8 PPI delivered a written report regarding the implementation of the Elections to the ELECTION COMMISSION within 15 (fifteen) days before the ELECTION COMMISSION delivered a report on the election results as stipulated in article 5, article 9, (1) the head of the Secretariat of the PPI periodically submit a report on the implementation of the task pertanggungjawab written with the following conditions:.,, a. technically operational to the Chairman of the PPI; and b. Administrative technically to the Minister of the Interior.
.,, (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for the submission of reports on the implementation of the tasks referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is governed by decision of the PPI.
Section 10., (1), PPD I, PPD II, PPS, PPK and KPPS delivered a written report regarding the implementation of hierarchical task IE:.,, a. KPPS to PPS;

b. PPS PPK PPK to c. to the PPD II;

d. the PPD II to PPD I; and e. PPD I to PPI.
.,, (2) the provisions regarding the procedures for submission of the report referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the decision of the PPI.
CHAPTER III of the LIST of VOTERS, article 11, (1) PPS PPK knowingly can innovate against a list of names of voters Remain or Additional Voter name list, in terms of people whose names are listed as voters move residence or dies which is proved by the certificate of the village chief or local History.
.,, (2) changes to the list of electors referred to in subsection (1) is carried out within 7 (seven) days before the date of the ballot.
.,, (3) if the period referred to in subsection (2) ends, then it can no longer held the list changes the name of the elector, except to remove the names of electors who died or otherwise lose the right pilihnya on the basis of a court decision has acquired legal force anyway.
Article 12.,, (1) For voters whose names have been listed in the list of Voters Stay or Additional Voter List, but before execution of the voting is no longer eligible as electors as stipulated in article 29 paragraph (2) of the Act, cannot use the right to choose.
.,, (2) For the elector referred to in subsection (1), the necessary information in writing from the competent authority, except for voters who are disturbed soul/mind can be based on the fact that the State concerned at the time the vote was conducted.
Article 13 in the event of a natural disaster area or disturbance of security so that it is impossible for local voters to carry out voter registration as it should, then the listing done actively by the PPS in place of the candidate the voters by working with relevant agencies.

Clause 14.,, (1) within 7 (seven) days prior to the fixed Voter List was established, the Minister of Justice delivered a list of names to the ELECTION COMMISSION about citizens who are deprived of the rights pilihnya based on court rulings that have acquired legal force anyway and tembusannya submitted to PANWAS.
.,, (2) if it turns out that in the list of Voters stay registered the name nationals referred to in subsection (1), then the local Ballot Committee must issue these names from the list of voters anyway.
.,, (3) in case it is needed, the ELECTION COMMISSION can be appealed to the Chairman of the local District Court a list of names of citizens who were undergoing imprisonment or criminal confinement based on a court decision which has acquired permanent legal force, as a criminal offence is liable to a criminal prison 5 (five) years or older.
CHAPTER IV ELECTION CAMPAIGN Article 15.,, (1) any Party has the position of Election participants Politikk rights and the same obligations to carry out election campaign.
.,, (2) the election campaign as mentioned in subsection (1) is not held in a foreign country.
Article 16.,, (1) the election campaign is an activity of the political party Electoral participants hosted by the Executive Board or a member of the political party concerned.
.,, (2) Trustees or members of a political party as referred to in paragraph (1) be responsible for the violation of the campaign as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (1) of the Act.
Article 17.,, (1) PANWAS who are overseeing the implementation of the election campaign the authorities ordered it to stop or disband the implementation of campaigns that do not comply with the provisions of the applicable legislation.
.,, (2) Commands stop or disperse the implementation of campaigns to the Managing Committee elections and law enforcement should be made the news event.

.,, (3) before the orders referred to in subsection (2) is made, first heard and consider information from the Executive Board of the political party concerned and of the implementing Committee of local Elections.
.,, (4) the provisions concerning the procedures for termination or dissolution of campaign regulated further implementation by PANWAS and the related law enforcement agencies.
Article 18 Any civil servant who has been a member of the Executive Board and or the political party in accordance with the Government Regulation number 5 of 1999 on civil servants who are members of political parties as amended by regulation of the Government No. 12 in 1999, can follow the campaign.

Article 19 For civil servants who do not become members of the Executive Board and or political parties are prohibited from actively campaigning.

Article 20 prohibited members of the ARMED FORCES following a campaign or a campaigner.

Article 21 for the civil servant or member of the ARMED FORCES as referred to in article 19 and article 20 in violation of the provisions of this Regulation, subject to the sanction in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation.

Section 22 for everyone who does not have the right to choose and or selected and someone who pilihnya rights revoked upon the Court ruling which has acquired permanent legal force, it is prohibited to become speaker of the election campaign.

Article 23 PANWAS in accordance with the highest authorities to stop or disband the election campaign carried out by political parties outside the time schedule prescribed by the ELECTION COMMISSION or in violation of the provisions of the applicable legislation.

Article 24 any person prohibited from putting up the sign images or attributes of political parties in public places that can disturb public order and public security or traffic public, Government-owned offices, or in places that are prohibited by virtue of the provisions of the applicable legislation.

Chapter V VOTING DEUTERONOMY and the FOLLOWING Article 25.,, (1) in case of disruption of public order and security so that the implementation of the voting was interrupted, and when the vote passed on would not be assured of a legitimate vote, Chairman KPPS soon stop voting and ballot box sealing cracks and holes the key ballot box.
.,, (2) the unused ballots or returned a copy of the voters ' list, a list of Additional Voters to POLLING STATIONS, and the key of the voice box, each individually wrapped and sealed, having given a description of the contents on the outside of the parcel.
.,, (3) any parcel referred to in subsection (2) are included in a single bundle and also sealed and given a description of their contents.
.,, (4) ballot box referred to in subsection (1) are kept in the Office of PPS or the Office of village chief or the head Lurah/UPT/Maid PPS, or the nearest office of the security agencies.
.,, (5) activities that have been carried out as intended dala corpses (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) produced a News Event that is signed by the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the KPPS and at least 2 (two) witnesses from different political parties are present.
Article 26.,, (1) in case the voting has started and stalled as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1), by the PPD II can be accounted for, the suspended voting resumed on the same day or a day later, or if not possible, then continued on the days and dates that are defined and announced by the PPI.
.,, (2) the ballot which was discontinued as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1), if it is continued as mentioned in subsection (1) cannot be accounted for the PPI setting as well as announce the day and date of vote of Deuteronomy.
Article 27 in case of disturbance of public order and public security that resulted in the voting at a POLLING STATION in no way enforceable on the day and date set by the Election Commission, then the PPI setting and announced the voting date and day of aftershocks.

Article 28 in the set the day and date of vote of Deuteronomy or aftershock as stipulated in article 26 and article 27, PPD II and PPI notice schedule delivery time News Event the vote count to the Election Committee is concerned.

Article 29.,, (1) the provisions of the holding of the ballot referred to in the decision of the Election Commission, applies also to ballot Deuteronomy or aftershocks.
.,, (2) in case the voting done Deuteronomy as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (2):.,,.,, a. Chairman KPPS first opened the gap seal the ballot box and seal the hole the key ballot box without opening an featuring the ballot box before the voters and witnesses present;
.,, b. Each ballot that has been put into the ballot box and affix KPPS issued alerts that the ballot is not used anymore.
.,, (3) a repeated voting is conducted in accordance with the provisions referred to in Article 25.
Article 30.,, (1) successive ballot referred to in article 27, as well as implemented for the ballot was declared void when there are reports of cheating in the vote.
.,, (2) the presence or absence of fraud referred to in subsection (1) must be examined and decided by PANWAS no later than 10 (ten) days after the date of the ballot.
Article 31.,, (1) in the event of blossoming, if deemed necessary by the Government and the ELECTION COMMISSION for charging the membership of DPRD I, in the region following the ballot could be held.
.,, (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for the implementation of successive ballot referred to in subsection (1) apply the provisions in the regulations of the Government.
CHAPTER VI DETERMINATION of ELECTION RESULTS Article 32.,, (1) the determination of the results of the counting of votes for members of the DPRD II performed by the PPD II and for House members conducted by the PPI, in accordance with the procedures for the determination of which is set by the ELECTION COMMISSION.
.,, (2) in case of PPD, PPD I, and PPI could not assign the results of the vote count, then the issue submitted to upper-level Election Committee and Chairman of the ELECTION COMMISSION to take a decision.
Article 33,, (1) in the event of a member of the Election Commission, PPI, PPD I, PPD II or who are not willing to put his signature on a News Event the results of the vote count, then the question must give the reason in writing to Election Commission, PPI, PPD I, PPD II with copy submitted to PANWAS in accordance with form.
.,, (2) PANWAS as mentioned in subsection (1) is authorized and obligated to perform the examination of the validity of these reasons.
.,, (3) the examination referred to in subsection (2) must be already finished executing and decided by PANWAS in accordance with form within 7 (seven) days counted from the date of receipt of the rejection reason.
.,, (4) PANWAS Decision as referred to in subsection (3) is final and binding.
Article 34 the overall results of the counting of the votes for the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, the REPRESENTATIVES I, and DPRD II established ELECTION COMMISSION is valid and binding upon all political parties to the electoral participants.

Article 35.,, (1) in the case of News Events Counting Area level I received by PPI mentioned that the results of the vote count does not include the results of the vote following as mentioned in article 27, then the PPI still hold meetings the determination of election results members of Parliament.
.,, (2) the results of the election for the counting of their vote still not diselaikan because the voting results from successive ballot has not been received, then the determination of election results postponed until News Events Counting for the selection of level I Regional members of Parliament from PPD I concerned accepted.
.,, (3) in the case of News Events Counting Areas Voting Area level II received by PPD PPD I or II the results of the counting of their vote still not resolved because the voting results from successive ballot has not been received, then the determination of election results members of DPRD I and DPRD II deferred until News Events Counting Regencies or Voting Area of PPD II or the corresponding received the PPS.
CHAPTER VII POOLING SOUND Article 36.,, (1) two or more political parties Election Participants may be tying ourselves in agreement on the merger of the voice in the area of level I and level II for the determination of the candidates elected members of the House, the HOUSE I, and DPRD II.
.,, (2) the authority performing the agreement referred to in subsection (1) is located on the central leadership Council political party Election Participants and authorities may be delegated to the regional Board of the political party concerned.
.,, (3) an agreement referred to in subsection (1) must be posted no later than 7 (seven) days before the day of voting and tembusannya communicated to PPI, PPD I, PPD II, and PANWAS in accordance with form.
CHAPTER VIII DESIGNATION of CANDIDATES SELECTED Article 37 House members elected candidate Assignment, DPRD I, and DPRD II of each political party Electoral participants is done by the PPI, PPD I, PPD II and in accordance with the form based on the procedures set up by the ELECTION COMMISSION.

Article 38, (1) in terms of the number of representatives who obtained a political party Election participant equal to the amount the candidate listed in the list of Nominees Remain, then all candidates were declared elected members of the House of REPRESENTATIVES, I, and DPRD II.
.,, (2) in terms of the number of representatives who obtained a political party Electoral participants is less than the number of candidates of political parties Election participants concerned in the list of Candidates, which was declared elected is the candidate as much as the number of representatives of this organization were obtained with reference to the provisions of article 68 of the Act.
CHAPTER IX Miscellaneous PROVISIONS


Article 39 for the smooth execution of the duties and authority of PANWAS as a free and independent institutions, PANWAS manage their own costs which are necessary for the execution of tasks and authority after coordinating with the ELECTION COMMISSION.

CHAPTER X the CLOSING PROVISIONS article 40 at the time of this Regulation comes into force, then the Government Regulation Number 35 of 1985 on the implementation of law number 15 of 1969 on the election of members of the Agency's consultative/Representatives as amended by government regulation Number 43 in 1985, the Government Regulation Number 37 in 1990, and Government Regulation No. 10 in 1995, was no longer valid.

Article 41 this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order for everyone to know, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on May 19 1999 INDONESIAN PRESIDENT BACHARUDDIN JUSUF HABIBIE Enacted in Jakarta on May 19, 1999 MINISTER of STATE SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Prof. Dr. h. MULADI, SH.

COUNTRY GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 3847 (explanation of the 1999 State Gazette Number 71) EXPLANATION of GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 33 of 1999 on the IMPLEMENTATION of law number 3 of 1999 on GENERAL ELECTION.,, in the Republic of Indonesia which independent people based on Pancasila and UUD 1945, formed the body of the Consultative/Representatives elected through Elections conducted honestly and fairly , direct, General, free and secret.
., Elections for charging a membership Body representing the people's Consultative/in the era of reform set by law number 3 of 1999 on general election.
., Elections, democracy is a means to realize the independent Government of the people. The Government formed through Elections are honest and fair, direct, free and secret public, will create a Government of a country that is strong and authoritative because it reflects the will of the people and will have strong legitimacy.
., In accordance with the provisions of article 84 law number 3 of 1999 on general election, then the things that are not yet regulated in legislation will be further regulated with a government regulation.

The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1, article 2, clear enough, clear enough, Chapter 3.,, the number of 48 (forty-eight) political party electoral participants was according to the number of political parties that meets the requirements set out by the General Election Institute (LPU) as referred to in article 79 of the Act.

Article 4, paragraph (1), in accordance with the status of a free and independent ELECTION COMMISSION, then President referred to in this paragraph is in his position as President of the Mandataris ASSEMBLY. Subsection (2), article 5, quite clearly, the definition of "day" is a day's work.

Article 6, paragraph (1), the definition of "regularly" is a report for each stage of the stewardship and implementation of elections. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), it is pretty clear, article 7, paragraph (1), the definition of "evaluation of the implementation of the electoral system", among others, regarding the evaluation of the above advantages, disadvantages, or the constraints of the system Elections is set for elections in 1999. Subsection (2), article 8 is quite clear,.,, is quite clear.

Article 9, paragraph (1), letter a, the definition of "technical operations" is everything to do with the implementation of the Organization of the Elections, among others, the voting and the vote count. the letter b.,, is a "technical administrative", among others, voter registration and the creation of a news event. Subsection (2), article 10 is quite clear,.,, is quite clear.

Article 11, paragraph (1), a list of names of voters, the changes Remain or Additional Voter name lists are meant for the accuracy of the data.

What is meant by "informed consent" is to provide a report to the PPK. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), Exceptions, it is still possible to remove the names of electors who died or otherwise lose the right pilihnya is for the accuracy of the data.

Article 12, Article 13 clearly, enough, clear enough, Article 14, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3),, is a "necessary" for example the existence of a report from the community who doubted whether the State has the right waga select or not.

Article 15, article 16, clear enough, clear enough, article 17, Article 18, clear enough, clear enough, article 19, Which referred to "actively campaign" is taking part directly as a campaigner, the organizers or executing campaigns, using or wearing the attributes of a political party.

Article 20, see article 19.

Chapter 21, section 22, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 23, Article 24 clearly, simply, what is meant by "attributes" including living buildings.

Article 25, paragraph (1), the definition of "crack the box" is the hole that the ballot. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article 26, clear enough, clear enough, article 27, Article 28, clear enough, clear enough, Article 29, article 30, clear enough, clear enough, article 31, Article 32, clear enough, clear enough, Article 33, paragraph (1),, is a "give reasons in writing" in the sense of providing a clear reason and can be accounted for its validity. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4),, is a "final and binding" is a decision that can't be refuted.

Article 34, Article 35 is pretty obvious, pretty clear, Article 36, paragraph (1), the definition of "agreement on the incorporation of sound" is known by the term stambush accord.

These standards apply in every area of level I and level II though in the area in question between the parties committing yourself in an agreement exists that does not have a candidate. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 37 is clear enough,.,, paragraph (2), Article 38, clear enough, clear enough, Article 39, article 40 is quite clear, quite obviously, Section 41.,, is quite clear