Act No. 22 Of 1999

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 22 Tahun 1999

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kc! AUTONOMOUS REGION. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Decentralized. Dekonsentrasi. Task Pembantuan. ACT 22-1999 Text copy _?.
Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 60, 1999 (explanation in an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3839) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 22 of 1999 on LOCAL GOVERNANCE, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the system of Government of the Republic of Indonesia according to the United State Constitution 1945 give discretion to the region to conduct autonomous region;
.,, b. that in implementing Regional Autonomy, perceived need for more emphasis on the principles of democracy, the role of society, justice and equity, as well as paying attention to the potential and diversity of the region;
.,, c. that in the face of the development of the State, both inside and outside the country, as well as the challenges of global competition, viewed the need to organize autonomous region by providing a broad authority, real, and is responsible to the regions proportionately, manifested with settings, Division, and the utilization of national resources, as well as Central and regional financial balance, in accordance with the principles of democracy, the role of the community, equity, and justice, as well as the potential and diversity of the region , which is implemented in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia;
.,, d. that Act No. 5 of 1974 about the fine points of governance in the area of (State Gazette Number 38 in 1974, an additional State Gazette Number 3037) is not in accordance with the principles of the Organization of the autonomous region and the development of the State, so it needs to be replaced;
.,, e. that law number 5 in 1979 about the governance of the village (State Gazette Number 56 in 1979, an additional Sheet country number 3153) whose uniform the name, shape, arrangement, and the position of the Government of the village, not in accordance with the 1945 Constitution and the need to recognize and respect the right of the origin of the special nature of the Area so that needs to be replaced;
., f., that relates to it, need to set laws on local governance to replace Act No. 5 of 1974 about Pekok-principal of governance in the region and Act No. 5 in 1979 about the governance of the country.
.,, Considering: 1. Article 1 paragraph (1), article 5 paragraph (1), article 18 and article 20 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. The Ordinance of the people's Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia Number X/MPR/1998 regarding the fine points of the reform of development in order to rescue and normalization of national life as the bow of the State;
., ,3. The Ordinance of the people's Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia Number XI/MPR/1998 regarding the organizers of a country that is clean and free of corruption, collusion, and Nepotism;
., ,4. The Ordinance of the people's Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia Number XVI/MPR/1998 on the Organization of the autonomous region, settings, distribution and utilization of national resources that Justice, as well as the Central and regional Financial Balance within the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia;
., ,5. Act No. 4 of 1999 regarding the arrangement and position of the people's Consultative Assembly, the House of representatives, and the regional House of representatives (State Gazette Number 24 in 1999, an additional Sheet country number 3811);
With the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA M e m u t u s k a n: setting: the laws on LOCAL GOVERNANCE.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Article l In this law is the:.,, a. Central Government, hereinafter referred to as the Government, is a unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia which consists of the President, along with the Minister.
.,, b. Regional Government is the head of the region along with other autonomous devices as the executive body of the region.
.,, C. Regional Representatives, hereinafter referred to as PARLIAMENT is the legislature of the region.
.,, d. Local governance is the Organization of the Government of the autonomous region by local governments and the REPRESENTATIVES according to the principle of Decentralization.
.,, e. Decentralization is the surrender of authority by the Government to the Government of the autonomous region in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
., Dekonsentrazi, f., was pelimpahan the authority of the Government to the Governor as the representative of the Government and the central device or in the area.
., g. Pembantuan Task is assigned to the region from the Government and the village and from the region to the village to carry out a specific task that accompanied the financing and infrastructure as well as human resources with the duty to report pelaksanaanaya and mempertanggungjawabkannya to the commissioning.
.,, h. autonomous region is an autonomous Region authorities to arrange and take care of the interests of the local community according to its own initiative on the basis of the aspirations of the community in accordance with the legislation.
.,, i. autonomous region, hereinafter referred to as the area, is the unity of Community law which has a limit of certain areas, authorities set up and take care of the interests of the local community according to its own initiative on the basis of the aspirations of the community in Indonesia Republic unitary State bonds. j. Administrative Area is the work area of the Governor as the representative of the Government.
., k., Vertical is the device Instance departments and Non Government agencies or Departments in the area.
., l., the competent authority is the Government officials at the level of Central and Regional Government officials in or Provincial authorities foster and oversee the conduct of the Government of the region.
.,, m. Sub-district is the head of the region as the County and city areas.
.,, n. Village is an area of work History as a County and/or Town Area under Sub.
.,, o. village or called by another name, hereinafter referred to as the village, is the unity of Community law which have the authority to arrange and take care of the interests of the local community based on the origin and local customs that are recognized in the National system of Government and is in the area of the County.
., p. rural area is the area that has the main agricultural activities, including the management of natural resources, with the order of the functions of the area as a place of rural settlement, government services, social services, and (2) Pembentukau, name, boundaries, and the capital of the economic activities as referred to in paragraph (1) are set by Law.
., q. Urban Area is the area that has the main activity is not farming, with the order of the functions of the area as a place of urban settlements, the centralization and distribution of service jasaserta name changes and the transfer of the seat of Government, social services, and economic activity.
CHAPTER II DIVISION article 2, (1) the territory of a unitary State the Republic of Indonesia is divided into areas of Provincial, regional, District and city areas that are autonomous. (2) the area of the province of domicile as well as the administration area.

Article 3 the provincial Territory, as referred to in article 2 paragraph (1), consisting of the region of land and sea territory as far as the boundary of two nautical miles measured from the shoreline towards the sea and the archipelago's waters towards or.

CHAPTER III ESTABLISHMENT and COMPOSITION of the AREA, articles 4, (1) in the framework of the implementation of the principle of Decentralization was formed and composed of the regional Provincial, District, City and regional authorities manage and take care of the interests of the local community according to its own initiative on the basis of the aspirations of the community.
.,, (2) areas as in subsection (1) each stands on its own and does not have the relationship hierarchy of each other.
Article 5, (1) the area was formed based on the consideration of economic capability, potential areas, socio-cultural, socio-political, population, area, and other considerations that allows this autonomous region.
.,, (2) the establishment, names, boundaries, and the capital as referred to in paragraph (1) the areas specified by the Government regulation of the economy.
.,, (3) changes, limits that do not result in ghapusan an area, Region, name changes and changes the name of the area, as well as name changes and the relocation of the capital region established by government regulation.
.,, (4) the terms of the establishment of the region, as referred to in paragraph (1), established by government regulation.
Section 6.,, (1) the area that is not capable of organizing Regional Autonomy may be removed and/or merged with other areas. (2) Areas can be dimckarkan to more than one area.
.,, (3) the criteria about the deletion, merging, and the expansion areas, as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), set by government regulations.
.,, (4) the deletion, merging, and the expansion areas, as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), set by statute.
CHAPTER IV REGIONAL AUTHORITY article 7.,, (1) the authorities of the Area includes the entire field of government authority, unless the authority in the field of foreign policy, defense, comprehensive judicial, fiscal and monetary, religious, as well as other areas of authority.
.,, (2) the authority in other areas, as referred to in paragraph (1), include the policy on national planning and national development control in the macro, Financial Equalization Fund, a system of State administration and economy of the country, coaching and empowering human resources, utilization of natural resources and a strategic high technology, conservation, and national standards.
Article 8.,, (1) the authority of the Government that left up to the regions in the framework of decentralization should be accompanied by a submission and penngalihan financing and infrastructure, and human resources in accordance with the authority delegated.
.,, (2) the authority of the Government assigned to the Governor in order to dekosentrasi should be accompanied by pcmbiayaan in accordance with the delegated authority.
Article 9

.,, (1) the authorities of the Provinces as autonomous regions include authority in the areas of Government that are cross-County and City, as well as the authority in certain other areas of Government.
.,, (2) the authorities of the province as a Otononi Area includes also the authority which are not or not yet implemented the regional district and city areas.
.,, (3) the authorities of the Province as the administration area includes an authority in the field of Government delegated to the Governor as the representative of the Government.
Section 10.,, (1) the regional authorities to manage national resources that are available on its territory and responsible for maintaining environmental sustainability in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (2) the authority in the region of the Sea Area, as stipulated in article 3, comprising:.,,.,, a. eksploitas4 of exploration, conservation, and management of the wealth of the sea to the extent that sea area; b. setting the administrative interests;

c. spatial arrangements;.,, d. law enforcement against the regulations issued by the county or its assigned by the Government; and f. help enforcement of security and State sovereignty.

.,, (3) the authority of the regional district and town in the region of the Sea Area, as referred to in paragraph (2), is so far a third of the Sea Area boundary provinces.
.,, (4) further Arrangements concerning the provisions referred to in subsection (2) are defined by government regulations.
Section 11.,, (1) the authority of the regional district and urban areas covers all government authority other than the authority which excluded in article 7 and subject to article 9.
.,, (2) governance that must be implemented by the County and city areas include public works, health, education and culture, agriculture, transport, industry and trade, investment, environment, land, cooperative, and labor.
Article 12 further Arrangements concerning the provisions referred to in article 7 and article 9 established by government regulation.

Article 13.,, (1) the Government may assign to the region specific tasks in the framework of the task pembantuan accompanied the financing and infrastructure, and human resources with the obligation of reporting on its implementation and mempertanggung jawabkannya to the Government.
.,, (2) any assignment referred to in subsection (1), established by legislation.
Chapter V the SHAPE and ARRANGEMENT of LOCAL GOVERNANCE is considered Part of the general clause 14.,, (1) in the area was established as a Regional legislative body of REGIONAL and local governments as the executive body of the region.
.,, (2) the local government consists of the head, the area along with other devices.
The second part of the regional House of representatives Article 15 Position, composition, duties, authority, rights, membership, leadership, and LEGISLATIVE fittings are regulated by a law.

Article 16.,, (1) the DPRD as agency representatives in the area is the vehicle for implementing democracy based on Pancasila.
.,, (2) the DPRD as Regional legislative body based on equal footing and become a partner of local government.
Article 17.,, (1) the membership of PARLIAMENT and the number of members of PARLIAMENT are assigned in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (2) the DPRD fittings consists of the leadership, committees, and commissions Committee. (3) PARLIAMENT faction forming factions is not a LEGISLATIVE fittings.
.,, (4) the implementation of the provisions, as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), subject to the Rules of conduct of PARLIAMENT.
Article 18 (1) the DPRD has the duties and authorities:.,,.,, a. Select Guberaur/Deputy Governor, Regent/Vice Regent, and the Mayor/Deputy Mayor; b. Select the members of the people's Consultative Assembly from the region;., Messenger, c. propose the appointment and dismissal of the Governor/Deputy Governor, Regent/Vice Regent, or Mayor/Deputy Mayor; d. along with Governors, Mayors or governors, forming local regulations;., e., along with the Governor, Governor or Mayor sets the budget revenue and Spending Areas; f. carry out surveillance against:.,, 1). The implementation of local regulations and other legislation;

2). The implementation of the decision of the Governor, Governor, and mayors;

3). the implementation of Budget revenue and Spending Areas;

4). Local government policy; and 5). the implementation of international cooperation in the area.

.,, g. give opinion and consideration to the Government's response to the plan of the international treaties that concern the interests of the region; and. h. hold and follow up on the aspirations of Regions and communities.

.,, (2) the implementation of tasks and authorities, as mentioned in paragraph (1), provided for in the code of conduct of LEGISLATIVE Regulation.
Article 19 (1) the DPRD has the right:.,, a. hold accountable Governor, Governor, and mayors;

b. request the information to local governments;

c. investigate;

d. hold the changes on the draft local regulations;

e. filing statements of opinion;

f. filing a Draft local regulations;

g. filing of LEGISLATIVE Budget; and h. set of LEGISLATIVE Rules of conduct.

.,, (2) the exercise of the rights referred to in subsection (1), provided for in the code of conduct of LEGISLATIVE Regulation.
Article 20.,, (1) the DPRD in carrying out her duties has the right to ask for State officials, government officials, or citizens of the maryarakat to give a description of a thing that needs to be addressed in the interest of the State, the nation, governance, and development.
.,, (2) State officials, government officials, or citizens who refused the request, as referred to in paragraph (1), liable to a criminal one year the longest confinement due to degrading and honor LEGISLATORS.
.,, (3) the exercise of the rights referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), is set in the code of conduct of LEGISLATIVE Regulation.
Article 21 (1) the DPRD Member has the right:.,, a. submission of questions;

b. precedence; and e. the financial/administration.

.,, (2) the exercise of the rights referred to in subsection (1), provided for in the code of conduct of LEGISLATIVE Regulation.
Article 22 the DPRD has an obligation: a. retain and maintain the integrity of the unitary State of Republic Indonesia;.,, b. apply Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution, and obey all the laws and regulations; c. fostering Democratic Governance in the region;., d., improve people's welfare in the region based on economic democracy; and, e. the notice and transmit the aspirations, accept complaints and public complaints, as well as facilitating follow-up to the settlement.
Article 23.,, (1) the DPRD convened meeting regularly at least six times a year.
.,, (2) except as specified in paragraph (1), at the request of at least one-fifth of the total number of the members or at the request of the head of the regional PARLIAMENT, the Chairman may invite its members to hold meetings not later than within one month after the request was received. (3) the DPRD hold meetings at the invitation of Chairman of the DPRD.
.,, (4) the implementation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) are defined by the rules of conduct of PARLIAMENT.
Section 24. The rules of conduct established with DPRD. The Decision Of The PARLIAMENT.

Article 25 of LEGISLATIVE meetings are open to the public, unless otherwise covered by virtue of the rules of conduct of LEGISLATIVE or upon agreement among the leadership of the PARLIAMENT.

Article 26 closed Meetings can take decisions, except as to: a. the election of the Chairman/Deputy Chairman of the PARLIAMENT;

b. election of the Regional Head/Deputy Head of the region;

c. election of members of the people's Consultative Assembly Envoy region;

d. Budget revenue and Spending Areas;

e. determination of the change and the removal of taxes and levies;

f. receivables, loans, debt and imposition to the region;

g. business entity belonging to the region;

h. removal bills partially or completely;

i. civil lawsuit settlement agreement amicably; and j. spatial policy.

Article 27 Members of PARLIAMENT cannot be prosecuted in the courts because of the statements and opinions expressed or in the meeting of PARLIAMENT, whether open or closed, the proposals made verbally or in writing, unless the corresponding announced there that was agreed upon in a meeting closed to the concealed or things referred to by provisions on announcement of State secrets in the book's second Chapter I the book of the law of criminal law.

Article 28.,, (1) the Act of investigation against members of PARLIAMENT may be executed upon written approval of the Minister of the Interior for Provincial DPRD members and Governors to members of LOCAL counties and cities, except if the question caught the hand doing the crime.
.,, (2) in the case of LEGISLATIVE auggota caught the hand doing the crime, referred to the Governor are under the responsibility and in paragraph (1), no later than within the next 2 times 24 hours are notified in writing to the Home Secretary and/or Governor.
The third part of LEGISLATIVE Secretariat Article 29.,, (1) the DPRD Secretariat assists the DPRD in organizing tasks and those powers.
.,, (2) the DPRD Secretariat headed by a Secretary appointed by the head of DPRD areas from civil servants who qualify upon approval of LEGISLATIVE leadership.
.,, (3) the DPRD Secretary in carrying out its work is under the leadership and responsible to PARLIAMENT.
.,, (4) the DPRD Secretary may provide experts with the task of helping members of PARLIAMENT in the exercise of their functions.
.,, (5) the DPRD Budget Secretariat set with the decision of PARLIAMENT and are listed in Budget revenues and Shopping area.
The fourth part of the head Region article 30 of each region is headed by a Chief Executive as head of the Region that is assisted by a Deputy Chief of the region.

Article 31.,, (1) the head of a Province, a region called the Governor, whose term in Office is also the representative of the Government.

.,, (2) in carrying out its tasks and authority as head of the Region, the Governor is responsible to the provincial PARLIAMENT.
.,, (3) the procedures for the implementation of accountability, as referred to in paragraph (2), set by the rules of conduct of PARLIAMENT in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Government.
.,, (4) in the position as the representative of the Government, the Governor is under and is responsible to the Governor.
.,, (5) Tata search implementation of accountability, as referred to in paragraph (4), set by the Government.
Article 32.,, (1) the head of a District called Regent (2) the head of the City Area called the Mayor.
.,, (3) in carrying out its tasks and authority as the head of the region, the Bupati/Walikota bertanggungiawab to the DPRD Kabupaten/Kota.
.,, (4) the procedures for the implementation of accountability, as referred to in paragraph (3), laid down in the rules of conduct of PARLIAMENT in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Government.
Article 33 which can be set to be the head of a Region is a citizen of the Republic of Indonesia with the terms: a. piety to God Almighty;., b., loyal and obedient to the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia and the legitimate Government;
.,, c. never get involved in activity that betrayed the country Kesatuau of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution stated by Chairman of the State Court affidavits;
.,, d. educated to at least secondary school level up and/or equal; e. was at least thirty years of age;

f. healthy physical and spiritual;

g. distinctively not disturbed soul/memory;

h. never was sentenced to prison for committing a criminal offence;

i. not being repealed bak pilihnya based on the decision of the District Court;

j. regarding the its territory and is known by the public in its territory;

k. submit a list of personal wealth; and b. willing was nominated as the head of the region.

Article 34.,, (1) Charging the Office of Prefect and Deputy Prefect was done by PARLIAMENT through the election simultaneously.
.,, (2) the candidate head of a region and the Vice Chief of the area, established by PARLIAMENT through the stages of the nomination and the election.
.,, (3) for the nomination and election of the head and Deputy Head of the region, the Election Committee was formed.
.,, (4) the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of PARLIAMENT because his position is the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Election Committee and as a member.
.,, (5) the DPRD Secretary since his post was Secretary of the Election Committee, but is not a member.
Article 35 (1) the Election Committee, as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (3), is in charge of:.,,.,, a. checks identity files about talent candidates based on requirements that have been set in; b. perform technical peiiailihan candidate; and c. be responsible for organizing the elections.

.,, (2) Regional head of prospective candidates and prospective candidates-Deputy Head of the area that meets the requirements in accordance with the results of the checks carried out by the Election Committee, as referred to in paragraph (1), presented to the PARLIAMENT to set out as a potential candidate for the head of the region and Deputy Head of the region.
Article 36.,, (1) filtering activity each faction mate prospective candidates in accordance with the terms set out in Article 33.
.,, (2) any faction setting pair prospective candidates and prospective candidates Area Chief Deputy Chief of the area and addressed in plenary meetings to the Chairman of PARLIAMENT.
.,, (3) two or more factions could jointly file a couple of regional head of prospective candidates and prospective candidates the Deputy Head of the area as referred to in paragraph (1).
Article 37.,, (1) the DPRD Plenary Meeting, every faction or factions provide some explanation of future calonnya.
.,, (2) Director of PARLIAMENT invite prospective candidates is meant to explain the vision, mission, and plans the policy when prospective candidates in question was elected as head of the region. (3) the members of PARLIAMENT can do faqs with the prospective candidates.
.,, (4) the leadership of the PARLIAMENT and Chairman of the faction-fraction do top rating ability and personality of the prospective candidates and through the deliberations or voting establishes at least two pairs of prospective candidates and regional Chief Deputy Chief of the area you want to select a pair of them by PARLIAMENT.
Article 38, (1) names, prospective Governor and candidate for Governor who has been assigned by the leadership of the PARLIAMENT be consulted with the President.
.,, (2) the names of the candidates-Vice Regents and Governors as well as candidates for mayor and Deputy Mayor candidate who shall be elected by the REPRESENTATIVES designated by the decision of the leadership of the PARLIAMENT.
Article 39.,, (1) the election of the candidate for the head of the region and the candidate Deputy Head of the area was conducted in Paripur na Meetings, attended by REPRESENTATIVES of at least two thirds of the number of members of PARLIAMENT.
.,, (2) if the number of members of PARLIAMENT have yet to reach the quorum, as referred to in paragraph (1), the Chairman of the meeting may adjourn the meeting of not longer than one hour.
.,, (3) if the conditions referred to in subsection (2), has not yet been reached, the meeting of the plenary to be postponed the longest one hour Longer and subsequent election of regional Heads and Regional Deputy Chief candidates remain to be implemented.
Article 40.,, (1) the election of the Head and Deputy Head of the Regional Area is implemented directly, free, secret, honest and fair.
.,, (2) any member of PARLIAMENT may vote for one pair and aspiring Regional Chief candidate Deputy Head of candidate Areas that have been set by the leadership of the PARLIAMENT, as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (4).
.,, (3) Regional Head of candidate and candidate Deputy Head of areas that gained the most votes in the election, as referred to in paragraph (2), defined as the Area's head and Deputy Head of the region by the PARLIAMENT and ratified by the President.
Article 41 the head Area has a term of five years and may be re-elected only once for a term of Office.

Article 42.,, (1) the head of whom the President appointed Area or other officials designated to act on behalf of the President. (2) before assuming office, the Chief of the regional mengueapkan the oath/promise.

(3) the order of the words of the oath/promise meant is as follows:.,, "for the sake of Allah (God), I swear/I promise that as Governor/Regent/Mayor with his best, sejujur-jujurnya; and seadil-fair;

that I will always obey in introduce and defend Pancasila as the Foundation of the State, and that I will uphold the life of democracy and the Constitution of 1945 as the country's Constitution and all the laws and regulations that apply to the area and the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (4) the pronunciation of the oath/promise and inauguration for the head Area designated by the Government.
The fifth part of the duty of the head of the regional Prefect had 43 Article-liabilities:., a., defend and preserve the integrity of the Republic of Indonesia as a unitary State ideals of proclamation of independence on 17 August 1945; b. hold firm Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution;

c. respect for the sovereignty of the people;

d. enforce the entire legislation;

e. enhance the people's welfare;

f. maintain peace and order of society; and, g.., filed a Draft local regulations and set it as local regulations along with the DPRD.
Article 44.,, (1) the head of the regional lead organization of local governance based on a shared set of REGIONAL policy.
.,, (2) in carrying out its duties and obligations, Regional Head responsible to PARLIAMENT.
.,, (3) the head of a mandatory Daerahlah submit a report upon the holding of local governance to the President through the Secretary of the Interior with copy to the Governor for the District Head and the head Area of the city, at least once in a year, or if deemed necessary by the Regional Heads or when requested by the President.
Article 45.,, (1) the head of the compulsory Areas convey liability to PARLIAMENT at each end of the financial year.
.,, (2) the head of the area required to provide accountability to PARLIAMENT to certain things at the request of PARLIAMENT as stipulated in article 44 paragraph (2).
Article 46.,, (1) the head of a Region is denied pertanggungiawabannya, as referred to in article 45, good accountability for Government policy as well as financial accountability, should complement and/or refine it within a period of not longer than thirty days.
.,, (2) the head of a Region that is already complete and/or refine was delivering it, go back to the PARLIAMENT, as referred to in paragraph (1).
.,, (3) For the head area that was rejected a second time, PARLIAMENT can propose a lunch to the President. (4) of the Ordinance, as referred to in paragraph (3), set by the Government.

Article 47 Regional Heads represent his area in and out of court, and may appoint a power of attorney to represent him.

The sixth Area Chief for prohibition of article 48 of the head Area is prohibited:.,, a. participated in an enterprise, either State-owned or privately-owned areas, or in any field of Foundation;
.,, b. made a decision that specifically benefit himself, members of his family, cronies, specific groups, or groups that are significantly detrimental to the public interest or discriminate citizens and other community groups;
.,, c. doing another job that provides benefits for themselves, either directly or indirectly, related to the area in question;
.,, d. receiving money, goods and/or services from the other party that is worth living can affect decisions or actions that are going to do; and, e.., an advocate or power law in a lawsuit in court, other than those referred to in article 47.
The seventh part of the dismissal of the head of the regional Chapter 49 Regional Head quit or be dismissed because:


a. dies;

b. ask to stop at the request of its own;

c. ended his tenure and has appointed new officials;

d. no longer qualify as stipulated in article 33;

e. violate the oath/pledge as stipulated in article 42 paragraph (3);

f. breach the conditions as referred to in article 48; and, g.., experienced a crisis of public confidence due to extensive case that involves responsibility, and his statement over the case was rejected by the PARLIAMENT.
Article 50, a, (1) the dismissal of the head of region for the reasons referred to in article 49 of LEGISLATIVE decree with defined and ratified by the President (2) the decision of the PARLIAMENT, as referred to in paragraph (1), shall be attended by at least two-thirds of the total membership of the PARLIAMENT, and the ruling was taken with the approval of at least two thirds of the number of members present.
Article 51 the head Region dismissed by the President without going through the LEGISLATIVE Decision in proven crime crime, which threatened, with a sentence of five years or more, or threatened with the death penalty as set forth in the book of the law of criminal law.

Article 52.,, (1) the head of a Region suspected of committing treason and/or other deeds that can be divisive unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia dismissed temporarily from Office by the President without going through the decision of the PARLIAMENT.
.,, (2) the head of a region that is proven to do the deed and treason can be divisive unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia stated by a court decision which has acquired the force of law that remains be removed from Office by the President, without the approval of PARLIAMENT.
.,, (3) the head of the region that after going through the judicial process was not proven makar and acts that can be divisive unitary State of the Republic, Indonesia, as referred to in paragraph (1), reactivated And rehabilitated as the head of the region until the end of his term.
Article 53.,, (1) the DPRD will notify you of the expiry of the term of Office of the regional Chief in writing to that question, six months earlier.
.,, (2) with the notification, as referred to in paragraph (1), the head of the Region prepare accountability end of his term to PARLIAMENT and deliver the accountability not later than four months after notification.
.,, (3) no later than one month before the term of the PARLIAMENT ends, the Area Head start processing a new Regional Head elections.
Article 54 the head area that was rejected by the PARLIAMENT, as referred to in article 53, can not be re-nominated as head of the Region in the next term.

The eighth part of the Action against the head of the regional Investigation Article 55.,, (1) action against the head of the regional investigation conducted after the written consent of the President.
.,, (2) things that are exempt from the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is:.,,.,, a. caught the hand doing the crime crimes threatened with imprisonment of five years or more; and, b. the accused had committed the crime of crimes which threatened with the death penalty.
.,, (3) after the acts of investigation, referred to in paragraph (2) be done it should be reported to the President no later than in 2 times 24 hours.
The ninth section Deputy Chief Area of article 56 (1) In every region there is a Deputy Head of the region.
.,, (2) the Deputy Head of the region appointed by the President or other officials designated, together with the appointment of the head of the region. (3) before assuming office, Deputy Head of the regional oath/promise.

(4) the order of the words of the oath/promise meant is as follows:.,, "for the sake of Allah (God), I swear/I promise that will determine my obligation as Governor/Deputy Regent/Deputy Mayor with it as well-baiknja sejujur-jujurnya, and seadil-fair, that I will always obey in practice and defend Pancasila as the Foundation of the State, and that I will uphold the life of democracy and the Constitution of 1945 as the country's Constitution and all the laws and regulations that apply to the area and the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia".

.,, (5) the provisions as referred to in article 33, article 41, article 43, except the letter g, article 47 up to Article 54, applies also to the Deputy Head of the region.
.,, (6) Deputy Chief of the provincial Area called the Deputy Governor, Deputy Head of the District called Vice Regent and Deputy Head of the City Area called the Deputy Mayor.
Article 57 (1) the Deputy Head of the area has a duty:.,, a. URmembantu.kel) ala Area in carrying out its obligations;

b. coordinate the activities of governmental agencies in the area; and c. melaksanakan'tugas-tups offered by the head of the region.
(2) the Deputy Head of a Region is responsible to the head area.
.,, (3) the Deputy Head of the region carry out the duties and authorities of the regional Head in the head area of misadventure.
Article 58.,, (1) if the Head Area was unable to remain head of the region, was replaced by Deputy Head of the area until his term runs out.
.,, (2) when the Deputy Head of the region unable to keep, Deputy Head of the area is not filled.
.,, (3) if the head of a region and Deputy Head of the region remains unable to perform the duties of Secretary, head of the area for a while.
.,, (4) when the head of a region and Deputy Head of the regional PARLIAMENT, was unable to organise the election of the Head and Deputy Head of the regional selambat the latest within three months.
The eleventh section of the device Area Article 60 Device the area consisting of the regions, the Regional Office Secretariat and other Regional technical agencies, in accordance with the needs of the region.

Article 61 (1) of the Regional Secretariat headed by the Secretary.
.,, (2) the Secretary appointed by the Governor of the province, the Area of the base agreement of the leadership of the PARLIAMENT of the civil servants are eligible.
.,, (3) the Secretary of the province's Area because his position was Secretary of the administration area.
.,, (4) the Secretary of the County or City Secretary appointed by Governors or Mayors over the approval of LEGISLATIVE leadership from civil servants who are eligible.
.,, (5) the Secretary shall be obliged to assist the head of the Region in drawing up policies and fostering a working relationship with the Office of the Technical Institute, and implementing others. (6) the Regional Secretary is responsible to the head area.
.,, (7) when the Secretary was unable to carry out its task, the task of the Regional Secretary is exercised by officials appointed by the Head of the region.
Article 62 (1) of the Regional Office is implementing elements of the local government.
.,, (2) the Department is led by a head of Department who was appointed by the head of the Regional civil servants eligible pedestal proposal Secretary.
.,, (3) the head of Department is responsible to the head of the region through the Regional Secretary.
Article 63 Organizing authority assigned by the Government to the Governor as the representative of the Government in the order dekonsentrasi, as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3), implemented by the Office of the province.

Article 64.,, (1) Organizing field of governance into the authority of the Government, as stipulated in article 7, carried out by the establishments of the vertical.
.,, (2) the establishment, organization, formation and the laksananya, as referred to in paragraph (1), established by presidential decree.
Article 65 in the regional technical institutions can be shaped to suit the needs of the region.

Article 66.,, (1) sub district is a District of the city and region, led by the head of the Subdistrict. (2) the head of a Sub-district called Camat.
.,, (3) Head appointed by the Bupati/Walikota pedestal proposal Secretary district/city of civil servants are eligible.
.,, (4) the head of the Government authority portion of pelimpahan received from Regent/Mayor. (5) Head is responsible to the Regent or mayor.

(6) Pembentulan Sub set with local regulations.

Article 67.,, (1) the village is a subdistrict (Kecamatan), led by the head of the village. (2) the head of the village called village head.
.,, (3) Head of civil servants who are eligible by the Mayor/Regent Camat suggested above. (4) the head of the authority of Government pelimpahan receive a portion of the Head.

(5) Head responsible to Camat.

(6) the establishment of Villages established by government regulation.

Article 68.,, (1) Organization of regional specified device (1) local regulations and the decision of the head region with local regulations in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Government.
.,, (2) Formation and terms of Office the device area (2) defined by decision of the head of the region in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Government.
CHAPTER VI REGIONAL REGULATIONS and the DECISION of the HEAD of the REGIONAL Chapter 69 Districts set local regulations over the approval of the PARLIAMENT in the framework of the Organization of the autonomous region and further elaboration of the legislation.

Article 70 of the regulation Area must not be contrary to the public interest, local regulations and other legislation.

Article 71.,, (1) local regulations may contain provisions regarding the imposition of nötigung law enforcement costs entirely or partially to the offenders.
.,, (2) local regulations can contain the threat of criminal confinement of not longer than six months or a fine of $500 for as many (five million dollars) and or not seized certain items to the region, unless other is specified in the legislation.
Article 72.,, (1) to carry out the local regulations and laws power sockets-other invitation, head of the regional head of the decision setting the region.

.,, (2) the decision referred to in subsection (1), should not be contrary to the public interest, local regulations, and laws and regulations.
Article 73.,, (1) local regulations and the decision of the head of the region that is set to the enactment by placing it in the piece.
.,, (2) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (2), have the force of law and is binding once enacted in the piece.
Article 74.,, (1) the investigation and prosecution against the breach of the provisions of the applicable local investigators and officials conducted by the claimant in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (2) and local regulations can also appointed other officials who are tasked to conduct the investigation against the infringement of the provisions of the Regulation area.
CHAPTER VII REGIONAL PERSONNEL Article 75 norms, standards, and procedures regarding the appointment, removal, dismissal, retirement pay, assignment allowances, welfare, rights and obligations, as well as the legal position of civil servants in the region and Regional civil servants, are set by legislation.

Article 76 Region has the authority to conduct appointment, removal, dismissal, retirement pay, assignment allowances and welfare of employees, as well as education and training according to the needs and capabilities of the area defined by local regulations, based on legislation.

Article 77 the provincial territory of Government to conduct surveillance of the implementation of the administrative staffing and career employees in its territory in accordance with the laws-invitation.

CHAPTER VIII FINANCIAL AREA of article 78.,, (1) the Organization of regional and LOCAL Government tasks financed from Budgetary burden and incomes and Shopping area.
.,, (2) Organization of Government tasks in the area financed from non Budgetary Income and over and Shopping area.
Article 79 Regional sources of income consist of: a. the original revenue areas, namely: 1.,) results in tax areas;

2) results of retribution, region; 3) the results of the companies belonging to the area, and the resulting wealth management area which is separated; and 4) other legitimate areas of original income;
b. the balance of funds;

c. loans Area; and d. other revenue Areas.

Article 80 (1) Fund balances, as. referred to in article 79, consisting of:.,,.,, a. part Area of Earth and building tax receipt, the Bea acquisition of Rights over the land and buildings, and acceptance of natural resources; b. allocation of public funds; and special allocation fund c..

.,, (2) the Area of the tax revenue of the Earth and the building sector of the rural, urban, and estates as well as the Bea acquisition of Rights over the land and buildings, as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, received directly by the producing Regions.
.,, (3) the portion of the tax revenue Area of Earth and Building sectors mining and forestry and acceptance of natural resources, as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, received by the producer, the areas and other areas for equalization in accordance with legislation.
.,, (4) further Provisions, as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) are defined by the Act.
Article 81.,, (1) the local authorities can do a loan from domestic sources and/or from foreign sources to fund the activities of the Government with the approval of PARLIAMENT.
.,, (2) loan from within the country and it was told the Government and carried out in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Government.
.,, (3) Borrowing and lending funds originating from abroad, as referred to in paragraph (1), must obtain a persetetujuan Government, in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (4) the loaning procedures, as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), set by the Government.
Article 82 (1) taxes and Regional levies enacted by statute.
.,, (2) the determination of the rates and procedures for collecting taxes and levies the area defined by applicable local laws in accordance with the invitation.
Article 83.,, (1) to encourage Regional empowerment, the Government gave intensive fiscal and nonfiskal.
.,, (2) provisions, as referred to in paragraph (1), established by government regulation.
Article 84 Areas can have owned enterprises Areas in accordance with the legislation and its formation is controlled by local regulations.

Article 85.,, (1) the goods belong to the area that used to serve the public interest cannot be digadaikan, burdened the rights of dependants and/or transferable. (2) the head of a region with LEGISLATIVE approval may specify a decision about:.,, a. abolition bills Area partially or completely;

b. approval of civil dispute peacefully; and c. other proceedings concerning the possession of the region.

Article 86.,, (1) Budget income and Expenditure the area defined by local regulations not later than one month after the establishment of the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues.
.,, (2) changes in the Revenue Budget and Shopping Area are set by local regulations not later than three months before the fiscal year ends.
.,, (3) the calculation of the budget revenues and Shopping Area are set by local regulations not later than three months after the end of the fiscal year in question.
.,, (4) the guidelines on the preparation of, changes, and the calculation of Budget income and Expenditure the area defined by government regulations.
.,, (5) the budget revenue and Shopping areas that have been established with local regulations is submitted to the Governor for district/City Government and to the President through the Secretary of the Interior for the provincial government to be known.
.,, (6) Guidelines on management, accountability, and supervision of the financial Area as well as the procedures for the preparation of the budget revenues and Spending areas, the implementation of the financial area and the preparation of the budget of income and Expenditure calculation an area designated in accordance with the laws-invitation.
CHAPTER IX SETTLEMENT of DISPUTES and COOPERATION Article 87.,, (1) some areas can have cooperation between areas that are regulated by decision together. (2) the Agency may establish Areas of cooperation Between regions.
.,, (3) the area can have cooperation with other agencies that are governed by decisions together.
.,, (4) the decision of the joint and/or cooperation, as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3), the burden of the community and the area should get the approval of the PARLIAMENT respectively.
Article 88 the area can hold its mutually beneficial cooperation with the institutions/bodies abroad, which are governed by a joint decision, except the concerned authorities of the Government, as stipulated in article 7 of the Ordinance, as referred to in paragraph (1), set by the Government.

Article 89 (1) of the regional disputes are resolved by the Government in Congress.
., (2) If, in the settlement of Regional disputes, as referred to in paragraph (1), there is one party that does not accept the Government's decision, the parties may submit a resolution to the Supreme Court.
CHAPTER X URBAN AREAS Article 90 Besides urban areas are urban areas, need to be defined urban areas comprising: a. urban areas that are part of the Regional District;.,, b. new urban areas that are the result of development that transforms into a rural area Urban Area; and, c.., urban areas that are part of two or more neighboring Regions as a whole social, economic, physical and urban areas.
Article 91.,, (1) the Government of the city and/or County Government whose territory bordered directly can form joint institutions to manage their urban areas.
.,, (2) in a rural area that was planned and built into urban areas in the region of the County, property management Development could be established who is responsible to the head area.
.,, (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), and other things about the management of urban areas defined by local regulations in accordance with the guidelines set out in government regulations.
Article 92.,, (1) in implementing Urban development, local governments need to follow include the public and private parties.
.,, (2) including this sort of society, as stipulated in paragraph (1), is empowering the community in urban development.
.,, (3) the arrangements concerning the urban areas defined by legislation.
CHAPTER XI D E S A first part of the establishment, removal and/or Merging Villages Article 93.,, (1) the village could be established, deleted, and/or merged with its origins on the initiative of the community with the consent of the County Government and PARLIAMENT.
.,, (2) the establishment, removal, and/or the incorporation of the village, as referred to in paragraph (1), established by local regulations.
Article 94 in the village formed the Government and representative body of the village, which is a Government of the village.

The second part of article 95 Village Government.,, (1) the village Government consists of the head of the village or called by another name and device village.
.,, (2) village head directly elected by the Villagers of an eligible candidate.
.,, (3) a candidate for village chief who was elected with the most votes get support, as referred to in paragraph (2), set by the representative bodies of the village and is endorsed by the Regents.
Article 96 village chief's term of not longer than ten years or twice a period calculated from the date set.

Article 97 which can be chosen to be head of the village is a resident of the village of citizens of the Republic of Indonesia with the terms: a. piety to God Almighty;

b. the faithful and obedient to the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution;

.,, c. never involved directly or indirectly in activities that betray the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution, the G30S/PKI and/or other illegal organization activities;
.,, d. educated to at least secondary school Level first and/or knowledgeable equal; e. was at least 25 years old;

f. healthy physical and spiritual;

g. distinctively not disturbed soul/memory;

h. being of good character, honesty, and fair;

i. never was sentenced to prison for committing a criminal offence;., j., wasn't revoked the rights of pilihnya based on a court decision that has the force of law; k. knows his territory and known by the public at the local village;

b. willing was nominated as the head of the village; and,, m. other requirements are in accordance with the Customs Rules provided for in the area.
Article 98 (1) village chief appointed by Governors or other officials who are appointed.

(2) before memangkujabatannya, the head of the village of oath/promise.

(3) the order of the words sumpal/the promise in question is as follows:.,, "for the sake of Allah (God), I swear/I promise that I will fulfill the obligations as the head of the village with his best, sejujur-jujurnya, and seadil-fair; that I will always obey in practice and defend Pancasila as the ground state; and that I will uphold democratic life and the 1945 Constitution as the Constitution of the State of all the laws that apply to invitations ~ the village, region, and unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
Article 99 the authority of the village include: a. the Authority already exists based on the right of the origin of Village;.,, b. authority by the applicable legislation not yet implemented o1eh Area and the Government; and,, c. Pembantuan Task of Government, provincial government, and/or County Government.
Article 100 Pembantuan Duty of the Government, the provincial government and/or County Government to the Villages accompanied by financing and infrastructure, as well as human resources.

Article 101 obligations of duty and the village head is: a. lead Government Organization of the Village;

b. build the village community life;

C. foster Village economy;

d. maintain the serenity and order the villagers;., e., reconciled a dispute people in the village; and represent the village in and out of court and can point to the power of the law.
Article 102 in carrying out duties and obligations, as stipulated in article 101, the village chief: a. responsible to the people through the villages of representative bodies; and b. submit a report regarding the implementation of its duties to the Regent.

Article 103 (1) the head of the village stopped because:.,, a. dies;

b. ask to stop at the request of its own;

c. no longer qualify and/or violate the oath/promise;

d. ending tenure and was appointed head of the new Village; and, e.., perform acts that are contrary to the provisions of the applicable legislation permits/or norm that is alive and thriving in the village community.
.,, (2) the dismissal of the head of the village, as referred to in paragraph (1), performed by the Regent upon the suggestion of representative bodies of the village.
The third part of the representative body Article 104 Village Village Representative body or called by another name functioning trial on customs, make regulations village, accommodating and channeling the aspirations of the community, as well as to conduct surveillance against the conduct of the Government of the village.

Article 105.,, (1) the members of the representative body are elected from and by the village's villagers compliant. (2) Director of village representative body elected from and by the members.
.,, (3) the representative body of the village along with the head of the village sets the rules of the village. (4) the implementation of the Regulation of the village set with the decision of the head of the village.

The fourth part other institutions Article 106 in the village can be shaped any other institution according to the needs of the village and established with the regulation of the village.

Part five of the village's financial Section 107 (1) source of income of the village consists of:.,, a. original revenue villages covering:.,, 1. the results of the efforts of the village;

2. the results of the wealth of the village;

3. results of self-help and participation;

4. mutual result; and 5. Miscellaneous revenue of the original village.
b. the County Government assistance includes:.,, 1. part of the earnings tax and levy region; and, 2. part of the Fund's financial center and regional equalization received by County Government; c. assistance from Government and the provincial government;

d. contributions from third parties; and e. village loans.

.,, (2) the source of income of the village, as referred to in paragraph (1), administered through the income and expenditure budget of the village.
.,, (3) the head of the village Village Representative body jointly set a budget of revenue and expenditure of the village every year with the regulation of the village.
.,, (4) guidelines for the preparation of the budget of income and expenditure of the village established by the Regents.
.,, (5) Procedures and levy revenue objects and shopping village and village representatives.
Article 108 Villages can have business entities in accordance with the legislation.

The sixth part of Co-operation Between the village of article 109.,, (1) some villages may be able to work together for the benefit of the Village is governed by a joint decision and notified to Camat.
.,, (2) For pciaksanaan cooperation, as referred to in paragraph (1), the Agency's Cooperation could be established.
Article 110 County Government and/or the third party that planned the construction of part of the territory of the village into residential, industrial, and mandatory services include Government Representatives and the Village Village in the planning, implementation, and pengawasannya.

Article 111.,, (1) further Arrangements regarding the regulatory Area defined in the Village district, in accordance with the General guidelines laid down by the Government under this Act.
., .2) Regulations of the area, as referred to in paragraph (1), is obligated to recognize and respect the rights, the origin and customs of the village.
CHAPTER XII COACHING and SUPERVISION Article 112.,, (1) in order to facilitate the Organization of the Government, the construction of the autonomous region.
.,, (2) the guidelines regarding coaching and supervision over the conduct of the autonomous region established by local regulations.
Article 113 in the framework of supervision, local regulations and the decision of the head of the regional Government was delivered to selabat the latest fifteen days after it is set.

Article 114.,, (1) the Government can rescind local regulations and the decision of the head of the Region that is contrary to the public interest or higher legislation and/or other legislation.
.,, (2) the cancellation Decision Rules and decision Area Head area, as referred to in paragraph (1), notified to the concerned Areas by mentioning the reasons.
.,, (3) no later than one week after the decision the annulment of local regulations and the decision of the head region, as referred to in paragraph (2), the local regulations or decisions of the head of the region cancelled its implementation.
.,, (4) areas that cannot receive the cancellation decision Rules and decision Area Head area, as referred to in paragraph (2), may submit objections to the Supreme Court after submitting it to the Government.
CHAPTER XIII AUTONOMOUS REGION ADVISORY COUNCIL Article 115.,, (1) autonomous region Advisory Council is in charge of giving consideration to the President about:.,, a. formation of, deletion, merging, and the expansion of the village;

b. Central and regional financial balance; and, c. the ability of the Regional District and the City to carry out a particular authority, sebagaiinana referred to in article 11.
.,, (2) the autonomous region Advisory Council made up of the Minister of Interior, Minister of finance, State Secretary, other Ministers according to the needs, a representative of the Association of local governments, and Regional representatives who are elected by PARLIAMENT.
.,, (3) the Minister of the Interior and the Minister of finance because his position is the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Autonomous Regional Advisory Council.
.,, (4) autonomous region Advisory Council held a meeting at least once in six months. (5) the Advisory Council is responsible to the President of the autonomous region.

(6) autonomous region Advisory Council established by presidential decree.

Article 116 in carrying out its duties the Council consideration of the autonomous region, assisted by the head of the Secretariat of the membawahkan autonomous region Areas and areas of Central and regional Financial Balance.

CHAPTER XIV OTHER PROVISIONS-Article 117 OTHER capital of the Republic of Indonesia, Jakarta, because his position is governed by its own laws.

Article 118.,, (1) level I Regional Province of East Timor could be given special autonomy within the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia, unless specified otherwise by the legislation.
.,, (2) the arrangements regarding the Organization of the special autonomy, as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Act.
Article 119.,, (1) the authority of the County and city areas, as referred to in article 11, also applies in the area of the authority is located in the autonomous region, the mcliputi body of the authority, the port area, the area of the airport, residential area, industrial area, the area of plantations, mining areas, the forestry, tourism, the area of the region, highways, and other similar areas.
.,, (2) further Arrangements, as referred to in paragraph (1), established by government regulation.
Article 120.,, (1) in order to organise peace and public order as well as to enforce local regulations formed Police units of teachers ' Praja as local governments.
.,, (2) the arrangement of the Organization, formation, position, authority, rights, duties, and obligations of police teachers ' Praja set with local regulations, in accordance with the conditions set out by the Government.

Article 121 the term Daerah level I, level II Regions, Counties and municipalities of regencies, as stipulated in Act No. 5 of 1974, transformed each into Provinces, districts, and cities.

Article 122 the specialty for the province of Aceh and Yogyakarta special region Province, as stipulated in Act No. 5 of 1974, are fixed provided that the holding of the special Province of Aceh and the Government of the Province of Yogyakarta special based on this law.

Article 123 of the Regional Authority, either the authority of the base of the pedestal base of the formation of the area as well as additional authority to the pedestal base of government regulations and/or statutory basis, its adapted to article 9, article 10 and article 11 of this Act.

CHAPTER XV TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 124 at the time of the enactment of this Act, the names, boundaries and the provincial capital of the regional level I, special region province, Regencies and municipalities, Regencies, as stipulated in legislation is fixed.

Article 125.,, (1) the municipality of Batam, Regency Paniai Regency Puncak Jaya, Mimika regency, a Regency of Simuelue, and all can be upgraded to the administrative town of the autonomous region with attention to article 5 of this Act.
.,, (2) no later than two years after the date of the establishment of this Act, a municipality, County, and city administrative, as referred to in paragraph (1), it must change its status into a district/city if it meets the conditions set out in article 5 of this ACT.
.,, (3) the municipality, Kabupatenan and city administrative, as referred to in paragraph (1), may be removed if it does not meet the conditions for improved its status into autonomous regions.
Article 126.,, (1) districts, wards, and villages that existed at the time of starting the enactment of this law remain as districts, wards, and villages or called by another name, sebagainiana referred to in article 1 of the letter m, letter n, letter o, and this legislation, unless specified otherwise by the legislation.
.,, (2) the existing villages within the territory of the municipality, the municipality's administrative and administrative city based on Act No. 5 of 1974 at startup the enactment of this Act designated as wards, as stipulated in article 1 of the letter n on this legislation.
Article 127 During unsettled regulations implementing this law, all of the instructions, the instructions or guidelines exist or are held by the Government and local government j1ka not contrary to this Act is declared to remain valid.

Article 128 the Governor level I Regional Head, Deputy Governor of the region level I, Regent head of Regencies, "Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies, Vice Regent Chief of Regencies, Deputy Head of "Walikotamadya" Regencies, Regent, "Walikotamadya", the Mayor, Head, Head, and the head of the village along with the device, as mentioned in Act No. 5 of 1974 and law No. 5 of 1979 at startup, the enactment of this legislation still run another task, unless specified by law.

Article 129.,, (1) with the enactment of this Act, the Governor's Aides, Assistant Governors, aides "Walikotamadya", and Regional Considerations, dalain referred to Act No. 5 of 1974, removed.
.,, (2) verlikal Agencies in the region in addition to dealing with the areas of Foreign Affairs, defence, judicial security, monetary, and fiscal, as well as religion, as stipulated in article 7, to be an area.
.,, (3) All instances of the device into the vertical area, as referred to in paragraph (2), his wealth was transferred into the possession of the region.
Article 130.,, (1) when the term of Deputy Head of the region ended earlier than the term of the head of the Office of the Deputy Chief of the area, the area is not filled.
.,, (2) if the term of Deputy Head of the region ended up slower than during the term of the head region, a term of Deputy head Area adapted to the term of Office of the head of the region.
CHAPTER XVI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 131 at the time of the enactment of this Act, be declared invalid:.,, a. Act No. 5 of 1974 about the fine points of governance in the area of (State Gazette Number 38 in 1974, an additional State Gazette Number 3037);
.,, b. law number 5 in 1979 about the reign of village (State Gazette Number 56 in 1979, an additional Sheet country number 3153).
Article 132.,, (1) this Act is completed no later than one year after the legislation was enacted.
.,, (2) the implementation of the Act is done effectively no later than within two years since the establishment of this Act.
Article 133 conflicting legislation Provisions and/or does not comply with this Act, is held adjustments.

Article 134 of this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.

So that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of this legislation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Enacted in Jakarta on 7 May 1999 the INDONESIAN PRESIDENT BACHARUDDIN JUSUF HABIBIE Enacted in Jakarta on May 7, 1999 MINISTER of STATE SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA an EXTRA SHEET of STATE AKBAR TANJUNG of INDONESIA No. 3839 (explanation of the 1999 State Gazette Number 60) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 22 of 1999 on LOCAL GOVERNANCE i. General 1. Rationale.,,.,, a. Republic of Indonesia as a unitary State embraced the principle of decentralization in implementing governance, by providing opportunities and perluasaan to the region to hold the Autonomy of the region. Therefore, article 18 of the Constitution of 1945, among others, stated that the Division of areas of Indonesia over large areas and small, with the shape and the arrangement of his Government are set by statute.
.,, In the explanation of such article, among others, expressed that "due to the State of Indonesia that a eenheidsstaat, then Indonesia will not have Areas in their surroundings are staat."

The area of Indonesia will be divided in the regions of the province and the Province will be divided into smaller areas. In areas that are autonomous (streek en locale rechtgemeenschappen) or merely administrative in nature, everything is according to the rules established by the Act. In areas that are autonomous Regional Representatives will be held. Therefore, in any area, the Government will be jointed on the basis of deliberation.

.,, b. Thus, the Constitution of 1945 is a strong foundation for autonomy by giving a broad authority, real, and responsible to the region, as stated in the statutes, the MPR-RI Number XV/MPR/1998 on the Organization of the autonomous region; Settings, Division, and the utilization of national resources that are Equitable; as well as the Central and regional financial Balance Within the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, c. Act is called "the law on local governance" because of this legislation in principle set up organization of local governance that favour the implementation of the principle of decentralization.
.,, d. in accordance with the Ordinances of the MPR-RI Number XV/MPR/1998, the Organization of the autonomous region implemented by providing a broad authority, real, and responsible to the region are realized proportionally with settings, Division, and the utilization of national resources that justice, as well as the Central and regional financial balance. In addition, the Organization of the autonomous region is also implemented with the principles of democracy, equitable society, peran-serta, and justice, as well as paying attention to the potential and diversity of the region.
.,, e. Things that menclasar in this Act are encouraged to empower communities, fostering initiative and creativity, improve peran-serta communities, develop the role and function of the House of representatives of the region. Therefore, this legislation puts the Region as a whole in the Otonami area of the County and city areas, who in Act No. 5 of 1974 serves as the District of regencies and municipalities Regencies. The area of the County and the City serves as the Regional Autonomies have the authority and discretion to establish and implement policies and initiatives according to the aspirations of the community.
.,, f. Daerah level I according to Act No. 5 of 1974, legislation in this Area was made into a Province with the position of the autonomous region and the Region Administration, which execute Central Government authority delegated to the Governor, the Province is not the reason of the Government District and the area of the city. Thus, provincial and autonomous region of County and city areas do not have hierarchical relationships.
.,, g. Granting the province's position as an autonomous region and at the same time as the administration area is done with consideration:.,,.,, (1) to maintain the relationship between the Center and the matching area in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia;
.,, (2) to organize autonomous region that is cross-County and city areas as well as implementing authorities of autonomous region that has yet to be implemented by the Regional District and urban areas; and, (3) to mclaksanakan certain Government tasks that dilimpahan in the framework of the implementation of the principle of dekonsentrasi.

.,, h. having regard to the experience of the Organization of the autonomous region in the past of reciprocity real autonomy and responsibility with its emphasis on autonomy is more of a liability than a right, it is in this Act authorizes the granting of autonomy to the region and the area of the city is based on the principle of decentralization in the form of broad autonomy, real, and responsible Authorities broad discretion is autonomous Region to organize a Government that includes all fields of government authority includes the authority of all fields security, defence, judicial, fiscal and monetary, religious, as well as other areas of authority which will be set by government regulations. In addition the current autonomy authority pattern covers intact and round in--ranging from planning, implementation, supervision, control, and evaluation.
.,, Is the real autonomy is the leeway to organise Regional Authority of Government in specific areas which significantly there are needed as well as grow, live, and thrive in the area.

What is meant by responsible autonomy is a form of extension liability as a consequence of granting rights and authority to the region in the form of duties and obligations that must be shouldered by the region in achieving the objectives of granting autonomy, in the form of improved service and kesejahtentan society that is getting better, the development of life, justice, and democracy, equitable distribution, as well as a matching relationship between maintenance Centre and regions as well as between Regions in order to maintain the integrity of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.

Autonomy for the province of diberikat in limited cross-authority covering the County and the city, and authorities which are not or not yet implemented by the County and city areas, as well as certain other areas of government authority.

., i., on the basis of the above reasoning, principles of granting autonomy to the area which deceived in this legislation is as follows:.,,.,, (1) Organizing Regional Autonomy was implemented with attention to the aspect of democracy, justice, equity, as well as the potential and diversity of the region.
.,, (2) the implementation of Regional Autonomy is based on broad autonomy, real, and responsible.
.,, (3) the implementation of a vast autonomous region intact and placed on the area of the County and city areas, being autonomous region Province is limited autonomy.
.,, (4) the implementation of Regional Autonomy should be in accordance with the Constitution of the State, so it stays secured a matching relationship between the Center and regions as well as between regions.
.,, (5) the implementation of Regional Autonomy should further enhance the independence of the autonomous region, and hence in the area of the County and city areas there is no longer the administration area. Similarly, in areas specifically built by the Government or other parties, such as the Agency's authority, the port area, residential area, industrial area, the area of the estate, the area of mining, forestry, urban area, a new area of tourism, and such applicable rules of the autonomous region.
.,, (6) implementation of the autonomous region should further enhance the role and functions of the legislature of the region, both as a legislative function, the supervisory functions as well as functions of the budget over the holding of local governance.
.,, (7) the implementation of the principle of dekonsentrasi is placed on the area of the province in his position as the administration area to exercise the authority of the Government of tertetu assigned to the Governor as the representative of pernerintah.
.,, (8) the implementation of the basic tasks of pcmbantuan is possible, not only to the region from the Government., but also from Governments and regions to the villages accompanied by financing and infrastructure, and human resources with the obligation of reporting on the implementation of and accountable to the hand.
., ,2. Regional Division of the contents and the soul contained in article 18 of the Constitution of 1945 along with the explanation be guidelines in the preparation of this legislation with the trees thoughts as follows:.,,.,, a. mandatory Indonesia's attempt to run the System principle of construction of authority based on the principle of dekosentrasi and decentralization in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, b. area which is formed based on the principle of decentralization and dekonsentrasi is the area of the province, while the area that was formed on the basis of the principle of decentralization is the area of the County and city areas. The area formed by the principle of decentralized authorities to determine and implement policies on the initiative of its own based on the aspirations of the community.
.,, c. Divisions outside the area of the province is divided into Autonomous Regions runs out. Thus, the administration area which is in the area of the County and city areas can be Autonomous or deleted.
.,, d. subdistricts according to law No. 5 of 1974 as the administration area in order to dekonsentrasi, according to this law its position was converted into a District or County device city.
., ,3. The principles of organization of local governance Principles of organization of local governance are:.,, a. use of the principle of decentralization, dekonsentrasi, and pembantuan;.,, b. organizing principle of decentralization in a round whole and implemented in the area of the County and city areas; and, c. the principle task of pembantuan that can be implemented in areas of the province, County, City and Village Area.
., ,4. Arrangement of local governance and the rights of PARLIAMENT Government of the autonomous region covers the Composition of REGIONAL and local governments.
.,, The REPRESENTATIVES of the local authorities with a view to further empower PARLIAMENT and increase the accountability of local Government to the people. Therefore, the rights of PARLIAMENT is quite extensive and is directed to absorb and channel the aspirations of society into policy Areas supervisory functions and performs.
., ,5. Head of region for the head Area, one is required to meet the requirements of the particular point so that the head Area is always cautious kepaga God Almighty, has moral and ethical, knowledgeable and capable as leader of the Government, the national, as well as insightful gain the trust of the community.
.,., Head of the area on the side of the Government, as well as regional and pengayom is the leader of the community so that the head of the Region must be able to think, Act, and behave with more emphasis on the interests of the nation, the State, and the general public from private interests, groups, and schools. Therefore, from whom the group or ethnicity, and any conviction of the head of the area should be honest, thoughtful, sensible, fair, and neutral.
., ,6. Accountability of the head of the region in carrying out its duties and obligations of the local government, the Governor is responsible to the provincial PARLIAMENT, while in his position as the representative of the Government, the Governor is responsible to the President. Meanwhile, in the Organization of the autonomous region in the area of the County and city areas, Governor or Mayor is responsible to PARLIAMENT of LEGISLATIVE district/city and the obligation to provide a report to the President through the Minister of Home Affairs in the framework of coaching and supervision.
., ,7. Staffing the staffing Policy in this Act embraced policies that encourage the development of Regional Autonomy so that the staffing policy in the area administered by autonomous regions in accordance with their needs, either adoption, placement, removal, and mutations or dismissal in accordance with the legislation. Mutation between County and city areas in the Province is governed by the Governor, while the mutation between the area administered by the Provincial Government. Mutation between Provincial areas and/or between areas of the County and city areas or areas of the province with the area of district and urban areas based on the agreement of the autonomous region.

8. financial area.,,.,, (1) to organize a vast autonomous region, real, and responsible, needed the authority and ability to dig its own financial resources, which is supported by the financial equalization between the Central Government and the regions as well as between provinces and Kabupaten/Kota that are a prerequisite in the system of local governance.
.,, (2) in order to organise the financial authorities of the autonomous region attached to each Government become the authority the authority area.

9. The Government of the village.,,.,, (1) of this Act is the village or called by another name as a unity of Community law which has the original arrangement based on the right of the origin that is exceptional, as referred to in the description of article 18 of the Constitution of 1945 Foundation penlikiran in the setting of the village Government is about diversity, participation, autonomy, democratization, and community empowerment.
.,, (2) organizing the Government is organizing the system of governance of the subsystems so that the village has the authority to arrange and take care of the interests of the people. The village chief bertanggug responsibility on Village Representative bodies and submit a report of the implementation of that task to the Regent.
.,, (3) the village can do the legal deeds, whether public law or private law, has wealth, possessions, and buildings and may be prosecuted and demanding in court. To that end, the village chief with the approval of the village representative body has the authority to perform the Act law and Treaty of mutual benefit.

.,, (4) as perwuludan democracy, was formed in the village Village Representative bodies or other appropriate designations with the culture that flourished in the village in question, which serves as the institution of legislation and supervision in terms of regulatory pefaksanaan Village, the budget revenue and Expenditure of the village, and the decision of the head of the village.
.,, (5) in the village of civic institutions other villages were formed in accordance with the needs of the village. The institution in question is the partner Governments. The village community empowerment within the framework of the village.
.,, (8) financing sources in the form of villages have Village income, help Governments and local governments, other income of legitimate third-party donations, and loans village.
.,, (7) based on the right of the origin of the village is concerned, the village head has the authority to reconcile matters/dispute of its citizens.
.,, (8) in an effort to improve and speed up the service to the community that formed urban Neighborhood berdirikan as the village Government units that are within the area of the County and/or areas of the city.
., .10. Construction and supervision of the construction was more accentuated in facilitating empowerment efforts In the autonomous region, while surveillance is more Emphasized on the repressive surveillance to give more freedom to the autonomous regions in taking decisions and give a role to the DPRD in realizing its function as watchdog bodies against the autonomy of the region. Therefore, local regulations set out the autonomous region does not require endorsement in advance by the competent authority.

II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1., pretty clear, article 2, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2).,, is the administration area is the area of administration according to the 1945 Constitution.

Section 3., pretty clear, article 4, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2),, does not have any hierarchical relationship to each other is that of the region. The province does not membawahkan the area of the County and city areas, but in practice. the Organization of the Government there is a relationship of cooperation, coordination, and/or partnerships with County and city areas in each position as an autonomous region. Meanwhile, in his position as the administration area, Governor as the representative of the Government of pemnbinaan relations and surveillance against the County and city areas.

Article 5, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the specified limits, to determine, any law regarding the establishment of Areas equipped with maps that can show the exact geographical Area concerned, so as to change the boundaries of the region. Paragraph (3), the definition of specified government regulation based on the proposal of local government with the consent of PARLIAMENT. Subsection (4), article 6, clear enough, clear enough, article 7, paragraph (1),, is a monetary and fiscal policy is the macro economy.

Specifically in the area of religious activities can be partly commissioned by the Government to the region in an effort to increase the participation of the region in menumbuhkembangkan religious life. Subsection (2), article 8, quite clearly, the Government's authority in organizing, submitted and or delegated to the Regional Governor had the authority to manage it ranging from financing, permitting, planning, implementation, and evaluation of compliance with the standards, norms, and Government policy.

Article 9, paragraph (1), the authority, governance is a cross-County and City as an authority in the field of public works, transportation, forestry and plantations.

What is meant by certain other areas of government authority is: a. regional development planning and controlling are macro;.,, b. specific areas of training, the allocation of human resources and research potential, which includes the Province; c. regional ports management;

d. control of lingkugan life;

e. promotion of Commerce and culture/tourism;

f. handling infectious diseases and pests of plants; and g. spatial planning provincial subsection (2) does this authority is the authority of County and city areas dealt with by the Province after a statement from the County and city areas. Paragraph (3), it is pretty clear, article 10, paragraph (2),, is a national resource paragraph (1) is natural resources, resources, and human resources available in the area.

Article 11, paragraph (1), is, with the passage of this legislation, basically the whole Authority already are on County and city areas. Therefore, the surrender of authority does not need to be done actively, but done through recognition by the Government. Subsection (2), without prejudice to the meaning and the importance of Regional initiatives in implementing otonominya, to avoid the occurrence of the vacancy of organization of basic services to the community, the County and regional authorities implement mandatory City in the field of specific Government according to this article, in accordance with the conditions of each area.

Mandatory authority exercised by the County and city areas cannot be transferred to the provinces.

Special authority city areas adapted to urban needs, among other things, firefighters, hygiene, landscaping, and city planning.

Article 12, Article 13 clearly, enough, clear enough, Article 14, Article 15, clear enough, clear enough, article 16, paragraph (1).,, specifically to fisheries are traditionally not restricted region of the ocean. Subsection (2),, in its position as a Regional Legislature, PARLIAMENT is not part of the local government.

Article 17, Article 18, pretty clear., paragraph (1), letter a, letter b, quite clearly, the MPR members, the election of the regional Envoy is only done by the provincial PARLIAMENT. The letter c, letter d, clear enough, clear enough, the letter e, letter f, clear enough, clear enough, the letter g, letter h, clear enough., paragraph (2).,, is quite clear, article 19, article 20 is quite clear., paragraph (1), the definition of State officials and Government officials are acting in the work environment the DPRD concerned. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), clear 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, clear enough, clear enough, Article 29, article 30, clear enough, clear enough, article 31, Article 32, clear enough, clear enough, Article 33, Article 34 is clear enough. , A, subsection (1),, is the election of the head of a region and Deputy Head of the region at the same time is that the prospective head of the region and the candidate Deputy Head of the area chosen in pairs. Elections simultaneously is intended to ensure harmonious cooperation between the regional Head and Deputy Head of the region. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article 35, clear enough, clear enough, Article 36, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), which is the plenary meeting of the special meeting is held for the election of the head of the region. Paragraph (3), Article 38, pretty clear., paragraph (1), the Governor, the candidate and the candidate's Deputy Governor consulted with the President, because of his position as a Government representative in the area. Subsection (2), Regent, the future and prospective Vice Regent as well as candidates for mayor and Vice Mayor are notified to the Governor as the representative of the Government.

Article 39, article 40 is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 41, Article 42, clear enough, clear enough, the pronunciation of the oath/juanji and the appointment of the head of the Region can be made at GedungDPRD or in another building, and is not implemented in the meeting of PARLIAMENT. The pronunciation of the oath/promise carried out according to the recognized religious Government, namely: a. beginning with the greeting "for the sake of Allah" to article 48 Islamic worshippers;.,, b. concludes with the remark "may God help me" to Protestant Christians/Catholics;
.,, c. begins the greeting "denngan Om atah paramawisesa ' for adherents of Hinduism; and, d.., beginning with the greeting "Denii Sanghyang Adi Buddha" to Buddhists. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article 43, quite clearly, the letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, Letter c, letter d, clear enough, clear enough, the letter e.,, in an attempt to improve people's welfare, Regional head of the obligation of realizing the economic democracy by implementing the construction and development of cooperatives, small and medium business that includes the capital, marketing, technology development, production, and processing and the construction and development of human resources. The letter f, letter g, is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 44, Article 45, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 46, Article 47, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 48, the letter a and c., the prohibition is intended to avoid the possibility of conflict of interest for the head of the Region in carrying out its duties to provide the Government with no discerning residents. The letter b, letter e, and the letter d, the Ban, intended to prevent the abuse of power, among other things, the intangibles of corruption, collusion, and nepotism.

49. Article,, is quite clear, article 50, Article 51 clearly Enough, clear enough, Article 52, Article is quite clear, 53, paragraph (1), a notice in writing of the termination of the term of Office of the Governor, the tembusannya sent to the President, whereas the expiry of the term of the Bupati/Walikota, tembusannya is sent to the Governor. Subsection (2), Article 54, clear enough, clear enough, Article 55, Article is quite clear, 56, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), clearly Enough, paragraph (3)

., Pronunciation, oath/promise and the appointment of Deputy head Area can be done in the building of REGIONAL or other building, is not implemented in the meeting of PARLIAMENT. The pronunciation of the oath/promise carried out according to the recognized religious Government, namely: a. beginning with the greeting "for the sake of God" to the followers of Islam;.,, b. concludes with the remark "may God help me" to Protestant Christians/Catholics; c. starting with "Om atah paramawisesa" for adherents of Hinduism; and d. beginning with the greeting "for the sake of Sanghyang Ad Buddha" to Buddhists. Subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article is quite clear, 57., 58, Article is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 59, Article 60, clear enough, clear enough, Article 61, Article 62, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 63, Article 64, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 65.,, is a technical lcmbaga is a research and Development Agency, Agency Planners, supervision, education and training Agency, and others.

Article 66, Article 67, pretty clear., paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Regional Secretary, City/County gave consideration to the Mayor, Governor in the process of appointing Head. Subsection (4), may grant a partial Head, authorizes the Head. Subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), Article 68, clear enough, clear enough, Article 69 of the regulation, the area is only signed by the head of the region and not signed-as well as the leadership of the PARLIAMENT because PARLIAMENT is not part of the local government.

Article 70., pretty clear, Article 71, paragraph (1).,, Coercion committed by local authorities to enforce the law with this law called "coercion" or "law enforcement force maintenance laws".

Compulsion of law enforcement it generally takes the form of taking or negate, preventing or fixing things, do things that have been made, held, run, dialpakan, or removed altogether contrary to the law.

Coercion must be preceded by an order in writing by the Executive to the offenders. If the offenders are not eyes, taken an act of coercion. Officials who run the action force law enforcement against offenders should be firmly placed in the task. Compulsion of law enforcement that should only be done in a very balanced way just have to suit the weight of the offense, because the compulsion generally may give rise to loss or suffering. The amount of the fine can be adjusted with the development level of the overpriced. Subsection (2), Article 72, this is pretty obvious, pretty clear, Article 73, paragraph (1), the Enactment of the regulation, the area and the decision of the Head Area that is set up is done according to lawful, which is a must in order for local regulations and the decision of the head of the area have the force of law and is binding. Enactment in question except to fulfill the formalities of law also in the framework of openness of Government enactment of a valid Way is to place it in the piece Area by area. For more mengefcktifkan the implementation of local regulations and the decision of the head region, the rules and the decision needs to be promoted. Subsection (2), Article 74, clear enough, clear enough, Article 75, Article 76. Quite clearly, employee Relocation, in the area of Kabupaten/Kota is done by the Bupati/Walikota, transfer of employees between areas of kabupaten/Kota and/or between areas of Kabupaten/Kota and the Province is done by the Governor after consultation with the Regents/Mayors, and the transfer of employees between Provincial areas or between provincial and Central Areas as well as the transfer of employees between the areas of Kabupaten/Kota and Kabupaten/Kota in areas other provinces set by the Government after consultation with the Chief Area.

Article 77, Article 78, clear enough, clear enough, Article 79, Subparagraph a.,, Figure 1, Figure 2, is quite clear, quite obviously, number 3, number 4, pretty clear.,, other legitimate areas of original income among other regional asset sale proceeds and the giro service letter b, Letter c, clear enough, clear enough, the letter d.,, other legitimate areas of revenue are among other grants or receipt from the province or other area of Kabupaten/Kota , and other peneriniaan in accordance with the legislation.

Article 80, paragraph (1), letter a,.,, is the acceptance of natural resources is the acceptance of a State that is derived from natural resource management among others in the field of General mining, oil and gas mining, forestry, and fishing. The letter b, Letter c, is quite clear, quite obviously, subsection (2), including the Government's portion of the tax revenue and Customs buildings and Earth acquisition of rights to the land and the buildings are restored to the region. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), Article 81, quite clearly, subsection (1), domestic Loans, sourced from the Government, commercial institutions, and/or bond financing area with notified to the Government before the loan was implemented.

The authorities held and took loan Area is the head Area, which is specified by a decision of the head of the upper area of LEGISLATIVE approval.

In the decision of the head of the area should be noted the loan amount and the source of funds to meet the obligations of the loan payments. Subsection (2), paragraph (3) mechanism of loans from foreign sources should get government approval contains the notion that the Government will conduct an evaluation of the various aspects regarding whether the proposed loan could be areas for further processing. Thus the further processing of the loan proposal Area indirectly already reflect government approval over the said proposal.

Article 82, paragraph (1), the area can be set for tax and levies by local regulations in accordance with the provisions of the Act. Paragraph (2) of the Ordinance, the determination, the poll tax and levy areas include refunds or tax exemption and/or rciribusi area which is done with the berpcdoman on the conditions set out by regulation.

Article 83, paragraph (1).,, is the inswitif nonfiskal is Government assistance in the form of infrastructure development, ease the deployment location of strategic industries, the deployment location of national banking centers, and others. Subsection (2), Article 84, clear enough, clear enough, Article 85, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, Letter c., of, is another legal action was sold, mortgaged, grant, spit swap, and/or memindahtangankan.

Article 86, Article 87, clear enough, clear enough, Article 88, 89, Article is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 90, Article is quite clear, 91, paragraph (1),, is a joint institution is an institution established jointly by the Government of the district/city that borders in order to improve service to the community. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Article is quite clear, 92, paragraph (1).,, local governments need to facilitate the establishment of urban forums to create a synergy of local government, public, and private parties. Subsection (2), a, is the empowerment of communities is including this sort in the planning, execution and possession. Paragraph (3), Article 93, pretty clear., paragraph (1), the term Village adapted to the socio-cultural conditions of the local community such as nagari, Ward, huta, bori, and clans.

What is meant by origin is as stipulated in article 18 of the Constitution of 1945 and the explanation. Subsection (2), in the establishment, removal, and/or the incorporation of the village to consider area, population, social culture, the potential of the village, and others.

Article 94, the villages of representative body, the term can be adjusted to the socio-cultural conditions of local village communities.

The formation of the Government of the village and the village representative body are done by the villagers.

Article 95, paragraph (1), the term head of the village can be adapted to the local village culture of social conditions. Subsection (2), Article 96, quite clearly, the District, the region may set a term of village chief in accordance with the local socio-cultural.

Article 97, Article 98, pretty clear., paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), oath/promise, the pronunciation the village head is done according to the Government-recognized religions, namely: a. beginning with the greeting "for the sake of God" to the followers of Islam;.,, b. concludes with the remark "may God help me" to Protestant Christians/Catholics;
.,, c. speech beginning with "Om atah paramawisesa" for adherents of Hinduism; and d. beginning with the greeting "for the sake of Sanghyang Adi Buddha" to Buddhists. Paragraph (3), Article 99, clear enough, clear enough, Article 100, the village, the Government reserves the right to refuse the execution of the duties of the Pembantuan not accompanied by financing and infrastructure, as well as human resources.

Article 101., letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, Letter c, letter d, clear enough, clear enough, the letter e.,, to reconcile the public dispute in the village, the village head can be assisted by the Customs Agency of the village. Any dispute which has been reconciled by the head of the village of binding the parties in dispute. The letter f., pretty clear, Article 102, Subparagraph a., quite obviously, letter b., the village chief, a report submitted to the Regents with copy to CamatPasal 103 subsection (1), letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, Letter c, letter d, clear enough, to avoid a vacuum in the governance of the village, the village chief who after ending his tenure still doing their job as the head of the village up to the newly appointed over the head of the village. The letter e.,, is quite clear


The supervisory function of the representative body of the village include pengawasaan against the implementation of the Regulation of the village Budget of income and Expenditure, the village, and the decision of the head of the village.

Article 105, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), the village, the regulation does not require endorsement of the Regent, but mandatory delivered to him no later than two weeks after the set with copy to the Head. Subsection (4), Article is quite clear, 106, 107, Article is quite clear., paragraph (1), the source of income, has been owned and managed by the village of diambilalih is not permitted by the Government or local government.

Pemberdayaaii Village in the potential increase of income of the village is done, inter alia, with the establishment of Village-owned enterprises, cooperation with piliak third, and authorities do loans.

Source of income in the village Area, either a tax or levy already charged by County, not subsection (2) justified the existence of additional charges by the Government of the village.

The source of the Region's income must be given to the village concerned with subdivisions proportionally and fairly.

This provision is intended to relieve the burden of high economic costs and other impacts. Subsection (2), the management of Activities, income and Budget Shopping Village which is set each year include the preparation of the budget, the implementation of the financial, and changes as well as the calculation of the budget. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), Article 108, clear enough, clear enough, Article 109, paragraph (1), intergovernmental cooperation, the village that gave the burden to society must have the approval of the representative body of the village. Subsection (2), Article 110, quite clearly, the Village, the Government has not included in the activities in question are entitled to reject the development.

Article 111, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), which is the origin is the origin of the formation of the villages concerned.

Article 112, paragraph (1), which is facilitating efforts is empowering the autonomous region through the granting guidelines, guidance, training, direction, and supervision. Subsection (2), Article 113. Quite clearly, clearly Enough, Article 114, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), objections to the Filing, the great Mahkamahi as the last remedy is done no later than fifteen days after the cancellation of the decision of the Government.

Article 115, paragraph (1), pemnbentukan, mechanism, deletion, merging, and/or the extraction Area is done in the following way:.,, a. areas will be set up, deleted, merged and/or expanded as a result proposed by the head of the region with the approval of the PARLIAMENT to the Government;
.,, b. the Government of the autonomous region Advisory Council commissioned to conduct research with attention to the ability of the economy, the potential of regional, social, social-udaya polilik, population area, and other considerations; C. Regional Autonomy Advisory Council convey the considerations for drawing up draft legislation regulating the establishment, abolition, merger, and/or expansion of Autonomous Regions. Paragraph (2), which is the local Government Association is an organization that was formed by the local authorities in the framework of cooperation between the provincial government, County Government, and/or inter-City Pcmerintah based on pcdoman issued by the Government.

Regional representatives elected by the REPRESENTATIVES from a wide range of expertise particularly in the fields of finance and governance, as well as being independent as 6 people, consisting of two Vice Provincial Areas, 2 Vice District and 2 Vice City areas with service for two years. Paragraph (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), quite obviously, subsection (5), quite obviously, subsection (6), Article 116, clear enough, clear enough, Article 117, Article 118, pretty clear., paragraph (1), the granting of special autonomy, to the provinces of Region I East Timor based on the bilateral agreements between the Government of Indonesia and the Government of Portugal under the supervision of the United Nations.

The other set is subsection (1) of the Ordinance which governs the status of MPR RI Region Province level I East Timor more paragraph (2) of article 119 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 120, 121, Article is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 122., keistinicwaan, recognition of Aceh Province are based on the history of the struggle for national independence, while the content distinction in the form of the implementation of the religious life, customs, and education as well as paying attention to the role of the ulama in the determination of the kebijlakan area.

Recognition of Yogyakarta special Province privileges based on its origin and its role in the history of a national struggle, while the content distinction is the appointment of the Governor by considering a candidate from descendants of the Sultan of Yogyakarta and the Governor to consider candidates of Paku Alam that qualify in accordance with this Act.

Article 123, Section 124, clear enough, clear enough, Article 125., Article 126 clearly, enough, clear enough, Article 127. clear, sufficient, Article 128, 129, Article is quite clear, quite clearly, Article 130, Section 131, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 132, paragraph (1), legislation related to the implementation of the legislation has been must be completed no later than within one year. Paragraph (2). the Setup, implementation, started since the establishment of this legislation and is completed within two years.

Article 133, 134 Article quite clear.,, is quite clear