Act No. 4 Of 1995

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 4 Tahun 1995

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Back COUNTRY SHEET REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 21, 1995 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3593) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 4 in 1995 ABOUT the ENHANCEMENTS and CHANGES to the BUDGET of the STATE EXPENDITURES and REVENUES of the FISCAL YEAR 1994/95 with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, in order to adjust the budget of revenue and Expenditure of the State with the development and/or change of circumstances , viewed need to set additional estimates and the changes to the Budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 1994/95 with the law;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (1), article 20 paragraph (1), and article 11 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Indische Comptabiliteitswet (Staatsblad 1925 Number 448) as has been modified several times, the last by law number 9 in 1968 about the changes to article 7 Indische Comptabiliteitswet (State Gazette Number 53 in 1968, State Gazette Supplementary Number 2860);
., ,3. Act No. 1 of 1994 about the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 1994/95 (State Gazette number 18 in 1994, additional State Gazette Number 3543);
With the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA to decide:.,, define: laws on ENHANCEMENTS and CHANGES to the BUDGET of the STATE EXPENDITURES and REVENUES of the FISCAL YEAR 1994/95.
Section 1.,, (1) the revenue of the State Budget Year 1994/95 is estimated to increase by Rp RP 2.604.029.000.000 (two trillion six hundred four billion twenty-nine million rupiah). (2) state income referred to in subsection (1) consists of:.,,.,, a. reception in the Country increased by Rp 1.632.829.000.000 RP (one trillion six hundred thirty-two billion eight hundred twenty nine million rupiah);
.,, b. Acceptance Development increased by Rp 971.200.000.000 RP (nine hundred seventy one billion two hundred million rupiah).
Article 2, (1) Add the acceptance within the country as stipulated in article 1 paragraph (2) letter a consists of:.,,.,, a. tax revenue increased by Rp 379.606.000.000 RP (three hundred and seventy-nine billion six hundred and six million dollars);
.,, b. reception of import duty and excise tax increases amounting to Rp RP 152.845.000.000 (one hundred and fifty two billion eight hundred and forty-five million dollars);
.,, c. acceptance of others reduced the costs of Rp 604.292.000.000 (four billion six hundred and two hundred ninety two million rupiah);
.,, d. acceptance is not the tax increases amounting to Rp RP 1.704.670.000.000 (one trillion seven hundred four billion six hundred seventy million dollars).
.,, (2) Additional Acceptance Development as stipulated in article 1 paragraph (2) letter b composed of:.,, a. Assistance program amounting to nil;.,, b. project Aid increased by Rp 971.200.000.000 RP (nine hundred seventy one billion two hundred million rupiah).
Section 3.,, (1) the State Budget fiscal year 1994/95 is estimated to increase by Rp RP 2.593.649.000.000 (two trillion five hundred ninety-three billion six hundred forty-nine million rupiah).
.,, (2) Extra State Budget as referred to in subsection (1) consists of:.,,.,, a. Routine Expenses increased by Rp 828.697.000.000 RP (eight hundred and twenty eight billion six hundred and ninety-seven million dollars);
.,, b. Development Expenses increased by Rp 1.764.952.000.000 RP (one trillion seven hundred sixty-four billion nine hundred fifty-two million rupiah).
.,, (3) Additional Expenses of the development referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, consisting of:.,,.,, a. Development Expenditure increased by Rp Rupiah is RP 793.752.000.000 (seven hundred and ninety-three billion seven hundred fifty-two million dollars);
.,, b. Development Expenditure financed with the help of project and export credit increased by Rp 971.200.000.000 RP (nine hundred seventy one billion two hundred million rupiah).
Section 4.,, (1) Additional spending on Routine as referred to article 3 paragraph (2) letter a consists of: 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 6,487,088,000 02 AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... increased IRRIGATION SECTOR with 90,157,835,000 03................. 858,987,000 04 SECTOR WORKFORCE increased by................. 11,483,733,000 05 TRADE SECTORS, NATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, finance and COOPERATIVES increased by................. 87,744,800,000 06 SECTOR transportation, METEOROLOGY and GEOPHYSICS increased with................. 2,919,083,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR increased by................. 26,637,512,000 08 TOURISM, POST and TELECOMMUNICATIONS increased with................. 45,621,499,000 09 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT and TRANSMIGRATION SECTORS increased by................. 94,119,845,000 10 SECTORS of the ENVIRONMENT and SPATIAL growing with ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 36,721,693,000 11 SECTORS of education, culture, NATIONAL TRUST of GOD ALMIGHTY, the youth and the SPORT grew with ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 231,038,840,000 12 SECTOR POPULATION and PROSPEROUS FAMILY grow with the ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 1,768,837,000 13 SECTORS of HEALTH, social welfare, the ROLE of women, CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS grew up with ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 14,730,316,000 14 SECTORS of HOUSING and SETTLEMENTS increased with................. 199,814,000 15 RELIGIOUS SECTOR increased by................. 21,322,367,000 16 SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY SECTOR increased by................. 12,120,103,000 17 SECTORS increased by LAW................. 5,020,504,000 18 SECTORS of the STATE APPARATUS and SUPERVISION increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 26,830,370,000 19 SECTORS of politics, Foreign Affairs, information, COMMUNICATION and MASS MEDIA increased with................ 9,607,323,000 20 DEFENSE and SECURITY SECTORS increased by................ 103,306,451,000.,, (2) the details of the sectors referred to in paragraph (1) into a subsector specified in this paragraph.
.,, (3) Additional spending development dollars as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (3) letter a consists of: 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR decreased by................ 5,396,700,000 02 AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY increased with ... ... ... ... .... WATER SECTOR diminished with 45,269,700,000 03................ 26,134,000,000 04 SECTOR WORKFORCE reduced by................ 11,253,500,000 05 TRADE SECTORS, NATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, finance and COOPERATIVES increased by............... 646,496,500,000 06 SECTOR transportation, METEOROLOGY and GEOPHYSICS increased with................ 201,272,500,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR decreased by................ 46,016,400,000 08 TOURISM, POSTS and TELECOMMUNICATIONS is reduced with ... ... ... ... .... 10,153,900,000 09 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT and TRANSMIGRATION SECTORS increased by................ 134,836,700,000 10 SECTORS of ENVIRONMENT and SPACE reduced by ... ... ... ... .... 15,645,100,000 11 SECTORS of education, culture, NATIONAL TRUST of GOD ALMIGHTY, the youth and SPORTS diminished with ... ... ... ... .... 66,246,600,000 12 SECTOR POPULATION and PROSPEROUS FAMILY diminishing with ... ... ... ... .... 16,903,200,000 13 SECTORS of HEALTH, social welfare, the ROLE of women, CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS grew up with ... ... ... ... .... 8,441,600,000 14 HOUSING SECTOR and reduced SETTLEMENT with ... ... ... ... .... 506 million 15 RELIGIOUS SECTOR increased by................ 9,544,400,000 16 SECTORS of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY with reduced................ 36,568,700,000 17 LEGAL SECTOR diminished by................ 5,919,900,000 18 SECTORS of the STATE APPARATUS and SUPERVISION is reduced by................ 6,075,000,000 19 SECTORS of politics, Foreign Affairs, information, COMMUNICATION and MASS MEDIA decreases with................ 5,290,400,000.,, (4) the details of the sectors referred to in subsection (3) into the subsector noted in the explanation of this verse.
.,, (5) Extra Spending Construction financed with the help of project and export credits as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (3) the letter b composed of: 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR increased with ... ... ... ... .... 29,745,000,000 02 AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY increased with ... ... ... ... .... increased IRRIGATION SECTOR with 31,744,000,000 03................ 85,131,000,000 05 TRADE SECTORS, NATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, finance and COOPERATIVES increased by................ 26,954,000,000 06 SECTOR transportation, METEOROLOGY and GEOPHYSICS increased with................ 190,094,000,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR increased by................ 335,163,000,000 08 TOURISM, POST and TELECOMMUNICATIONS increased with................ 63,280,000,000 09 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT and TRANSMIGRATION SECTORS increased by................ 37,322,000,000 10 SECTORS of the ENVIRONMENT and SPATIAL growing with ... ... ... ... .... 20,275,000,000 11 SECTORS of education, culture, NATIONAL TRUST of GOD ALMIGHTY, the youth and the SPORT grew with ... ... ... ... .... 72,562,000,000 13 SECTORS of HEALTH, social welfare, the ROLE of women, CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS grew up with ... ... ... ... .... 20,802,000,000 14 SECTORS of HOUSING and SETTLEMENTS increased with................ 41,525,000,000 16 SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY SECTOR increased by................ 8,500,000,000 17 SECTORS increased by LAW................ 479 million 19 SECTORS of politics, Foreign Affairs, information, COMMUNICATION and MASS MEDIA increased with............... 7,624,000,000.,, (6) details of the sectors referred to in subsection (5) to the subsector noted in the explanation of this verse.
Article 5

.,, (1) credit budget projects at the Development budget of the fiscal year 1994/95 at the end of the fiscal year 1994/95 showed that the remains are still needed for the completion of the project, with government regulations was transferred to the fiscal year 1995/96 fiscal year budget credit into 1995/96.
.,, (2) remaining More Budget fiscal year 1994/95 amounted to Rp 10.380.000.000 RP (ten billion three hundred and eighty million dollars) will be used to finance the budget of fiscal year 1995/96 and/or subsequent budget years.
Article 6 the provisions of Indische Comptabiliteitswet (Staatsblad 1925 Number 448) as has been modified several times, the last by law number 9 in 1968 about the changes to article 7 Indische Comptabiliteitswet (State Gazette Number 53 in 1968, State Gazette Supplementary Number 2860) contrary to the shape, composition, and content of this Act is declared not to apply.

Article 7 this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation and has the power of conduct retroactively since 1 April 1994.

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

.,, Enacted in Jakarta on 27 April 1995 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA SOEHARTO Promulgated in Jakarta on April 27, 1995 MINISTER of STATE SECRETARY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA MOERDIONO RI STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY No. 3593 (explanation of the 1995 State Gazette Number 21) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 4 in 1995 ABOUT the ENHANCEMENTS and CHANGES to the BUDGET of the STATE EXPENDITURES and REVENUES of the FISCAL YEAR 1994/95 public. Budget, Income, and Expenditures of State fiscal year 1994/95 is the implementation of the first year of a five-year development plan to the VI. Based on the economic development in the country and abroad that affect its implementation, then against the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 1994/95 required several enhancements and changes.
.,, In the fiscal year 1994/95, the realization of State revenue is estimated to be larger than originally planned. The greater the income caused by more high acceptance in the country as well as the receipt of development.
., Domestic Receipts, slightly higher than the plan, largely due to more high acceptance of the sector of petroleum and natural gas in line with the increase in the average price of oil estimated to be rebuilt, as well as acceptance outside of oil and gas are also estimated to be higher than plan.
.,, On the side of spending, the realization of regular expenditures is higher than the amount planned. More high routine expenditures is largely due to more high shopping items from the original budgeted. In addition, interest payments and repayments of foreign debt also increased, mainly as a result of the rise of the exchange rate of some matauang strong yen mainly against rupiah as well as the existence of the acceleration of the repayment of some foreign loans that have interest is quite high.
.,, In the meantime, the realization of the development spending is estimated to be higher than his plan, caused by increasing either the assistance or project financing.
.,, Due to enhancements and changes in State income, fiscal year 1994/95 is estimated to be increased by Rp RP 2.604.029.000.000 (two trillion six hundred four billion twenty-nine million dollars), while the State Budget fiscal year 1994/95 is estimated to be increased by Rp RP 2.593.649.000.000 (two trillion five hundred ninety-three billion six hundred forty-nine million rupiah).
., In accordance with the provisions of article 11 of the Act No. 1 of 1994, enhancements and changes to the Budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 1994/95 needs to be regulated by law.

ARTICLE FOR THE SAKE OF THE ARTICLE.

Article 1, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear.

Article 2, paragraph (1), letter a., of, TAX REVENUE increased by.................... 379,606,000,000 0110 income tax (PPh) is reduced by............... 492,775,000,000 0120 value added tax (VAT) increased by............. OTHER TAX increases with 848,187,000,000 0130.............. 20,842,000,000 0134 stamp duty increase with ... ... ... .... 15,842,000,000 0135 auction Fees increases with ... ... ... .... the EARTH and BUILDING TAX 5 billion 0140 (UN) increases with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 3,352,000,000 letter b RECEIPT of IMPORT DUTY and EXCISE TAX increases with ... ... ... ... ... ... 152,845,000,000 0210 reduced IMPORT DUTY ACCEPTANCE with ... ... ... .... 225,288,000,000 0220 ACCEPTANCE of TAX increases with ... ... ... ... Tobacco Tax increases with 378,133,000,000 0221 ... ... ... ... .... 357,177,000,000 0222 sugar Tax increases with a. .. .... 9,028,000,000 0223 beer Tax increases with ... ... ... ... .... 18,023,000,000 0224 Excise alcohol distilled is reduced with a. .. .... 6,095,000,000 the letter c the ACCEPTANCE of others with reduced.................. 604,292,000,000 0311 ACCEPTANCE OF PETROLEUM and NATURAL GAS increased by............. 548,011,000,000 0314 EXPORT TAXES, imposts EXPORT increases with ... ... ... .... 103,704,000,000 0315 ACCEPTANCE FROM NET PROFIT of the OIL decreases with ... ... ... .... 1,256,007,000,000 d

ACCEPTANCE is NOT a TAX increase with ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,704,670,000,000 0320 ACCEPTANCE INSTEAD OF OVERSEAS TAX is reduced by............. 2,625,000,000 0330 SPECIAL reduced ADMISSION with ... ... ... .... 556,900,000,000 0331 special Admission Division of profits from State enterprises, Government, STATE-OWNED banks diminished by ... ... ... ... .... 156,900,000,000 0332 Acceptance (acceptance of returned loans) decreased with ... ... ... ... .... 400 billion 0410 ACCEPTANCE decreases with EDUCATION ... ... ... .... 45,626,200,000 0411 Money education reduced............... 115,417,200,000 0412 Money entrance exams, rate hikes, the end of education increased with ... ... ... ... .... increased SALES ACCEPTANCE 69,791,000,000 0510 with.............. 24,749,300,000 0511 agricultural estates, Sales grew by ... ... ... 61 million 0512 Sales results increasing farm ... ... ... 375 million 0513 Sales results increasing fisheries ... ... ... 63 million 0514 Sales results increased with the booty confiscated, ... ... ... 561 million 0515 home sales, the land increased by ... ... ... 5,450,000,000 0516 Sale items that have been removed, the excess, increased with damaged ... ... ... 794,400,000 0517 Sales of drugs, vaccines, other Pharma results increases with ... ... ... .... 403 million 0518 publication Sales, portraits, films, posters, pictures, map increased ... ... ... 336,500,000 0519 Sales documents increases the auction ... ... ... 4,262,900,000 0521 motor vehicle sales grew by ... ... ... 457,500,000 0522 Sale rent buy increases with ... ... ... .... 4,551,000,000 0523 other Sales increased ... ... ... 7,434,000,000 0600 ACCEPTANCE of RENT and SERVICES grow with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 484,124,300,000 0610 acceptance of Rent increases ... ... ... country house rental 1,975,600,000 0611, Home Office decreases with. ... 425,900,000 0612 Rent increases building .... 785,500,000 0613 Rent motionless objects increases with the other .... 1,272,000,000 0614 Rent moving objects (heavy equipment, motor vehicles) is reduced with. ... other Rent increases with 2,064,000,000 0615. ... 2,408,000,000 0620 Acceptance Services increases with ... ... ... .... 482,148,700,000 0621 acceptance of hospitals and other health institutions increased. ... 2,574,000,000 0622 acceptance of entertainment venues, parks, museums are reduced by .... 175 million 0623 Granting clearance increases with .... 856 million 0624 land registration certificate Acceptance increases with .... 9,016,000,000 0625 Granting rights and permitting increased. ... 9,586,000,000 0626 sensor Reception, quarantine, surveillance, inspection is reduced with. ... 1,785,000,000 0627 Acceptance service personnel, service jobs increased by .... 1,921,000,000 0628 Reception services in marriage, divorce, divorced and CF. (NTCR) decreases with. ... 842 million 0629 Reception services of airports and ports are reduced by .... financial institution services Reception 421 million 0630 (giro services) increased with. ... 1,384,800,000 0631 receipt of dues forest, Ocean, royalty, the fine increases with ..... 385,762,400,000 0632 receipt of dues auction for the poor increased with ..... 912 million 0633 Reception registry office services increases with ..... 1,083,000,000 0634 Acceptance fee billing state taxes with reduced force with ..... 86 million 0635 receipt of other services increased with ..... PROSECUTORS and JUDICIAL ACCEPTANCE 72,362,500,000 0710 increases with ... ... ... ... ... 14,227,000,000 0711 Legalization, signature is reduced by ... ... .... 3,290,000,000 0712 Endorsement letter under the hand increases with ... ... ... ... ... ... 7 million 0713 Money tables (leges) are reduced by ... ... .... 311 million 0714 Results fines, fines speeding tickets increased by ... ... .... 13,437,000,000 0715 lawsuit Expenses grow with ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,120,000,000 0716 prosecutors and judicial acceptance of others increases with ... ... ... ... ... ... 3,264,000,000 0800 RECEIPT BACK and ACCEPTANCE of others increases with ... ... ... ... ... 1,786,720,600,000 0810 Acceptance again in the last budget increased ... ... .... 87,242,100,000 0811 Acceptance back excess payments, already pay for employee expenditures fiscal year ago (not the salary of CIVIL SERVANTS DO based on the SPMU-DO) increase with ..... 87,242,100,000 0830 acceptance of others increases with ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,699,478,500,000 0831 Acceptance back advance, cash advance salary increases with ..... a fine Reception 6,639,300,000 0832 delay completion of the work increases with ..... 3,916,500,000 0833 receipt of compensation for the losses suffered by the State increases with ..... 5,531,400,000 0834 receipt of the regular budget not used (BROADCAST) increases with ..... 23,250,000,000 0835 Acceptance development budget which does not use (ready) decreases with ..... 27,644,000,000 0836 acceptance of other budget increases with ..... 1,779,391,300,000 0837 Acceptance back calculation of remaining more autonomous regional CIVIL SERVANTS salary subsidies based on SPM Nihil KPKN decreases with ..... 98,969,000,000 0838 Acceptance back excess payments, already paying salaries, pensions autonomous regions (regardless of the fiscal year when the remittance is done) increases with ..... Admission back retirement 186 million 0839 autonomous region increased with ..... 7,177,000,000 paragraph (2) of article 3 is quite clear., paragraph (1), clear Enough, paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, is quite clear. The letter b., quite obviously, subsection (3), the letter a, letter b, clear enough, clear enough, article 4, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear Verses (2)

ROUTINE EXPENSES, increased by................ 828,697,000,000 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR increased with ... ... ... ... ... .... 01.1 growing Industry Subsector 6,487,088,000 with ... ... 6,487,088,000 02 AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY increased with ... ... ... ... ... .... 90,157,835,000 02.1 Subsector of agriculture increased by ... ... 02.2 Forestry Subsector 1,564,065,000 increasing with ... ... increased IRRIGATION SECTOR with 88,593,770,000 03........... 858,987,000 03.1 Development of water resources Subsector increased by ... ... 723,527,000 03.2 Irrigation Subsector increased by ... ... 135,460,000 04 SECTOR WORKFORCE increases with ... ... ... ... ... .... 11,483,733,000 04.1 Labor Subsector increased by ... ... 11,483,733,000 05. TRADE SECTORS, NATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, finance and COOPERATIVES was increased with ... ... ... ... ... .... 87,744,800,000 05.1 Subsector increased domestic trade with ... ... 2,651,777,000 05.2 Subsector increased foreign trade with ... ... 4,134,009,000 05.4 Financial Subsector increased by ... ... 80,295,978,000 05.5 Subsector cooperatives and small entrepreneurs grow with ... ... 663,036,000 06 SECTOR transportation, METEOROLOGY and GEOPHYSICS increased with ... ... ... ... ... .... 2,919,083,000 Road Infrastructure Subsector 06.1 increases with ... ... 370 million 06.2 ground transportation Subsector increased by ... ... 110,518,000 06.3 marine transportation Subsector increased by ... ... 06.4 2,127,888,000 air transportation Subsector increased by ... ... 188,403,000 06.5 Subsector meteorology, geophysics, search and rescue (SAR) increased with ... ... 122,274,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR increases with ... ... ... ... ... .... 26,637,512,000 07.1 Mining Subsector increased by ... ... 26,624,353,000 07.2 Subsector Energy increases with ... ... 13,159,000 08 TOURISM, POST and TELECOMMUNICATIONS increased with ... ... ... ... ... .... 45,621,499,000 08.1 Tourism Subsector increased by ... ... 1,560,908,000 08.2 Subsector posts and telecommunications increased with ... ... 44,060,591,000 09 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT and TRANSMIGRATION SECTORS increased by........... 94,119,845,000 09.1 Subsector Development Area increased with ... ... 93,667,883,000 09.2 Subsector transmigration and Resettlement of forest growing Browser with ... ... 451,962,000 10 SECTORS of the ENVIRONMENT and SPATIAL growing with ... ... ... ... ... .... 36,721,693,000 10.1 Environmental Subsector increased by ... ... 5,233,000 10.2 Spatial Subsector increased by ... ... 36,716,460,000 11 SECTORS of education, culture, NATIONAL TRUST of GOD ALMIGHTY, the youth and the SPORT grew with ... ... ... ... 231,038,840,000 11.1 Subsector increased Education with ... .... 216,048,437,000 11.2 Subsector Education schools and limited increases with ... .... 14,776,158,000 national and Culture Subsector 11.3 Trust Against God Almighty gain with ... ... ... ... .... 203,775,000 11.4 Subsector youth and Sports grew with ... ... ... ... .... 10,470,000 12 SECTOR POPULATION and PROSPEROUS FAMILY grow with the ... ... ... .... 1,768,837,000 12.1 Subsector increased population and Prosperous Family with a. .. .... 1,768,837,000 13 SECTORS of HEALTH, social welfare, the ROLE of women, CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS grew up with ... ... ... .... 14,730,316,000 13.1 Subsector Kesejahteraa increasing Social ... ... ... ... .... 514,093,000 13.2 Health Subsector increased with ... ... ... ... .... 14,216,223,000 14 SECTORS of HOUSING and SETTLEMENTS increased with ... ... ... .... 199,814,000 14.1 Subsector Housing and settlements increased with ... ... ... ... .... 165,881,000 14.2 Subsector Structuring cities and Buildings grew with ... ... ... ... .... 33,933,000 15 RELIGIOUS SECTOR increases with ... ... ... .... 21,322,367,000 15.1 Subsector increased Religious Service with ... ... ... ... .... 11,946,652,000 15.2 Construction Subsector increased religious education with ... ... ... ... .... 9,375,715,000 16 SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY SECTOR increased with ... ... ... .... 12,120,103,000 16.2 Subsector Applied and Basic Science increased ... ... ... ... ... 11,024,579,000 Infrastructure and Institutional Subsector 10.1 Means in science and technology increased ... ... ... 191,380,000 Aerospace Subsector increased 10.3 ... ... ... 314 million 16.6 Subsector information system and Statistic increases with ... ... ... .... 590,144,000 17 SECTORS increased by LAW.............. 5,020,504,000 17.1 Subsector Construction increases with national laws ... ... ... 4,552,363,000 17.2 Legal Apparatus Construction Subsector increased by ... ... ... 468,141,000 18 SECTORS of the STATE APPARATUS and SUPERVISION increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 26,830,370,000 18.1 Subsector increased State apparatus with ... ... ... .... 24,892,354,000 18.2 Subsector Supervisory system and Utilization increased by ... ... ... 1,938,016,000 19 SECTORS of politics, Foreign Affairs, information, COMMUNICATION and MASS MEDIA increased with.............. 9,607,323,000 19.1 Subsector increased by ABRI ... ... ... 4,167,615,000 19.2 Subsector foreign relations increased with ... ... ... .... 3,670,017,000 19.3 Subsector information, communication and Mass Media increased ... ... ... 1,769,691,000 20 DEFENSE and SECURITY SECTORS increased by.............. 103,306,451,000 20.2 Subsector increased by ABRI ... ... ... 103,306,451,000 subsection (3) is quite clear Verses (4)

DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE,., in RUPIAH grew with................... 793,752,000,000 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR decreased by.............. 5,396,700,000 industrial Subsector with 01.1 ... ... ... 5,396,700,000 02 AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 45,269,700,000 02.1 Subsector of agriculture increased by ... ... ... 45,862,100,000 02.2 Subsector of forestry diminished by ... ... .... WATER SECTOR diminished with 592,400,000 03............... 26,134,000,000 03.1 Development of water resources Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 15,547,100,000 03.2 Irrigation Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 10,586,900,000 04 SECTOR WORKFORCE reduced by............... 11,253,500,000 04.1 Labor Subsector decreased by ... ... ... 11,253,500,000 05 TRADE SECTORS, NATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, finance and COOPERATIVES increased by.............. 646.496.500.00 05.1 Subsector domestic trade diminished by ... ... ... 2,225,500,000 05.2 Subsector increased foreign trade with ... ... ... .... 503,714,600,000 05.3 Subsector increased National business development ... ... ... 154,236,800,000 05.4 Financial Subsector decreased by ... ... ... 122,400,000 05.5 Subsector cooperatives and small entrepreneurs are reduced by ... ... ... 9,107,000,000 06 SECTOR transportation, METEOROLOGY and GEOPHYSICS 06.1 Road Infrastructure Subsector increased by ... ... .... 225,306,600,000 06.2 ground transportation Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 437,300,000 06.3 marine transportation Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 06.4 10,157,000,000 air transportation Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 11,899,600,000 06.6 Subsector meteorology, Geophysics, search and Salvation (SAR) diminished by ... ... .... 1,540,200,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR decreased by............... 46,016,400,000 07.1 Mining Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 2,583,600,000 07.2 Subsector of energy diminished by ... ... .... 43,432,800,000 08 TOURISM, POSTS and TELECOMMUNICATIONS is reduced with ... ... ... ... ... 10,153,900,000 08.1 Tourism Subsector decreased by ... ... .... 5,958,400,000 08.2 Subsector posts and telecommunications eased ... ... .... 4,195,500,000 09 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT and TRANSMIGRATION SECTORS increased by............... 134,836,700,000 09.1 Subsector increased with regional development ... ... .... 231,129,300,000 09.2 Subsector transmigration and Resettlement of forest was reduced with the Browser ... ... .... 96,292,600,000 10 SECTORS of ENVIRONMENT and SPACE reduced by ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 15,645,100,000 10.1 Environmental Subsector decreased by ... ... ... 5,087,600,000 10.2 Spatial Subsector decreased by ... ... ... 10,557,500,000 11 SECTORS of education, culture, NATIONAL TRUST of GOD ALMIGHTY, the youth and SPORT by reduced with ... ... ... .... 66,246,600,000 11.1 Subsector Education decreases with ... ... ... ... .... 48,136,200,000 11.2 Subsector Education schools and Limited reduced with ... ... ... ... .... 10,737,300,000 national and Culture Subsector 11.3 Trust Against God Almighty is reduced with ... ... ... ... .... 5,985,000,000 11.4 Subsector youth and Sports diminished with ... ... ... ... .... 1,388,100,000 12 SECTOR POPULATION and PROSPEROUS FAMILY diminishing with ... ... ... .... 16,903,200,000 12.1 Subsector population and family planning was reduced with a. .. .... 16,903,200,000 13 SECTORS of HEALTH, social welfare, the ROLE of women, CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS grew up with ... ... ... ... 8,441,600,000 social welfare Subsector decreased 13.1 with ... .... 5,181,400,000 13.2 Health Subsector increased with ... .... 14,924,800,000 13.3 Subsector women, role of children and adolescents with diminished ... .... 1,301,800,000 14 HOUSING SECTOR and reduced SETTLEMENT with ... ... ... ... 506 million 14.1 Subsector Housing and settlements increased with ... ... ... ... .... 2,025,400,000 14.2 Subsector Structuring cities and Buildings reduced to ... ... ... ... .... 2,531,400,000 15 RELIGIOUS SECTOR increases with ... ... ... .... 9,544,400,000 15.1 Subsector increased Religious Service with ... ... ... ... .... 8,585,000,000 15.2 Construction Subsector increased religious education with ... ... ... ... .... 959,400,000 16 SECTORS of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY with reduced............. 36,568,700,000 16.1 Subsector production techniques and technology with reduced ... ... ... ... .... 11,592,600,000 16.2 Subsector Applied and Basic Science was reduced by ... ... ... 7,742,700,000 Infrastructure and Institutional Subsector 10.1 means of science and technology with reduced ... ... ... 6,046,400,000 Marine Subsector decreased by 16.4 ... ... ... 2,859,800,000 Aerospace Subsector decreased by 16.5 ... ... ... 2,112,900,000 16.6 Subsector information system and Statistic decreases with ... ... ... .... 6,214,300,000 17 LEGAL SECTOR diminished by.............. 5,910,900,000 17.1 Subsector construction of national law are reduced by ... ... ... 736,900,000 17.2 Subsector Construction diminished by Legal Apparatus ... ... ... 4,004,600,000 17.3 Subsector Legal means and infrastructure repair is reduced by ... ... ... 1,178,400,000 18 SECTORS of the STATE APPARATUS and SUPERVISION is reduced by.............. 6,075,000,000 18.1 Subsector State apparatus is reduced by ... ... ... 4,418,400,000 18.2 Subsector Supervisory system and Utilization reduced by ... ... ... 1,656,600,000 19 SECTORS of politics, Foreign Affairs, information, COMMUNICATION and MASS MEDIA decreases with.............. 5,290,400,000 Political Subsector decreased by 19.1 ... ... ... 341,600,000 19.2 Subsekor foreign relations eased ... ... ... 531,100,000 19.3 Subsector information, communication and Mass Media decreases with ... ... ... .... 4,417,700,000 paragraph (5) sufficiently clear paragraph (6), CONSTRUCTION SPENDING, FINANCED with the HELP of EXPORT CREDIT PROJECTS and grow with................... 971,200,000,000 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 29,745,000,000 Industrial Subsector with increased 01.1 ... ... ... 29,745,000,000 02 AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 31,744,000,000 02.1 Subsector of agriculture increased by ... ... ... increased IRRIGATION SECTOR with 31,744,000,000 03.............. 85,131,000,000 03.1 Development of water resources Subsector increased by ... ... ... 38,763,000,000 03.2 Irrigation Subsector increased by ... ... ... 46,368,000,000 05 TRADE SECTORS, NATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, finance and COOPERATIVES increased by.............. 26,954,000,000 05.3 Subsector increased National business development ... ... ... 15,706,000,000 05.4 Financial Subsector increased by ... ... ... 11,248,000,000 06 SECTOR transportation, METEOROLOGY and GEOPHYSICS increased with.............. 190,094,000,000 Road Infrastructure Subsector increased 06.1 ... ... ... 87,306,000,000 06.2 ground transportation Subsector increased by ... ... ... 34,377,000,000 06.3 marine transportation Subsector increased by ... ... ... 06.4 25,324,000,000 air transportation Subsector increased by ... ... ... 41,422,000,000 06.5 Subsector meteorology, geophysics, search and rescue (SAR) increased with ... ... ... .... 1,665,000,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR increased by.............. 335,163,000,000 Energy Subsector increased 07.2 ... ... ... 335,163,000,000 08 TOURISM, post and TELECOMMUNICATIONS Subsector 08.2 posts and telecommunications increased with ... ... ... .... 63,280,000,000 09 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT and TRANSMIGRATION SECTORS increased by.............. 37,322,000,000 09.1 Subsector increased with regional development ... ... ... 25,778,000,000 09.2 Subsector transmigration and Resettlement of forest growing Browser with ... ... ... .... 11,544,000,000 10 SECTORS of the ENVIRONMENT and SPATIAL growing with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 20,275,000,000 10.1 Environmental Subsector increased by ... ... ... 20,275,000,000 11 SECTORS of education, culture, NATIONAL TRUST of GOD ALMIGHTY, the youth and the SPORT grew with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 72,562,000,000 11.1 Subsector increased with Education ... ... ... 72,562,000,000 13 SECTORS of HEALTH, social welfare, the ROLE of women, CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS grew up with ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 20,802,000,000 13.2 Health Subsector increased by ... ... ... 20,802,000,000 14 SECTORS of HOUSING and SETTLEMENTS increased with.............. 41,525,000,000 14.1 Subsector Housing and settlements increased with ... ... ... .... 39,160,000,000 14.2 Subsector Structuring cities and Buildings grew with ... ... ... .... 2,365,000,000 16 SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY SECTOR increased by.............. 8,500,000,000 16.1 Subsector production techniques and technology increased ... ... .... 3,364,000,000 16.4 Marine Subsector increased by ... ... .... 5,136,000,000 17 SECTORS increased by LAW............... 479 million 17.3 Subsector Legal facilities and infrastructure increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... 479 million 19 SECTORS of politics, Foreign Affairs, information, COMMUNICATION and MASS MEDIA increased with............... 7,624,000,000 19.3 Subsector information, communication and Mass Media increased with ... ... ... ... ... ... 7,624,000,000 article 5 paragraph (1),, is a credit remaining budget projects that are still needed for the completion of the project, covering the remainder of project budget credit stemming from the implementation of Act No. 1 of 1994 about the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 1994/1995 as well as the rest of the project budget credit is derived from the implementation of this Act Unadng subsection (2) is based on enhancements and changes as referred to in article 1 and article 3 , in the fiscal year 1994/95 there is the rest of the budget is Rp 10.380.000.000 RP (ten billion three hundred and eighty million dollars), which will be used to finance the budget of fiscal year 1995/96 and/or subsequent budget years.

Section 6.,, is quite clear.

Article 7,, is quite clear