ACT 11-1985 Text copy _?.
Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 62, 1985 (INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. Approval. NEXUS. Postal/Telecommunications. Infrastructure. Act No. 11 of 1976. Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3308) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 11 in 1985 ABOUT the ENDORSEMENT of the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVENTION (INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION CONVENTION) of 1982, NAIROBI, by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that the Republic of Indonesia as a State member of the International Telecommunications Society (International Telecommunication Union abbreviated I.T. U) on 6 November 1982 had signed the outcomes Conference The Deputy Plenipotentiary (Plenipotentiary Conference) a Telecommunications Convention I.T.U. International (the International Telecommunication Convention) with three (3) Their attachments in Nairobi;
.,, b. that the Convention has replaced the previous Convention was ratified by Act No. 11 of 1976 of the International Telecommunications Convention Endorsement (International Telecommunication Convention) Malaga-Torremolinos, 1973, so the legislation is not appropriate anymore and needs to be repealed;
.,, c. that in connection with the above seen need validating International Telecommunication Convention (International Telecommunication Convention) Nairobi, 1982, with legislation that is at once replace Act No. 11 of 1976;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (1), article 11, and article 20 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 5 of 1964 concerning the telecommunications (State Gazette Number 59 in 1964, an additional Sheet country number 267);
With the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA to decide:.,, define: law of the Republic of INDONESIA on the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVENTION ENDORSEMENT (INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION CONVENTION), NAIROBI, 1982.
Article 1 affirms the International Telecommunication Convention (International Telecommunication Convention) Nairobi, 1982, along with three Attachments, which was signed in Nairobi on 6 November 1982 with pensyaratan (reservation) as contained in the Number 29 and Number 90 Final Protocol, which the script attached to this law.
Article 2 upon starting the enactment of this Act, Act No. 11 of 1976 of the International Telecommunications Convention Endorsement (International Telecommunication Convention) Malaga-Torremolinos, 1973 (State Gazette Number 56 in 1976, an additional State Gazette Number 3059), was no longer valid.
Article 3 this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.
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 October 22, 1985 PRESIDENT of INDONESIA SOEHARTO Promulgated in Jakarta on October 22, 1985 the MINISTER/SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA SUDHARMONO, S.H.
COUNTRY GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 2735 (explanation for a 1985 State Gazette Number 62) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 11 in 1985 ABOUT the ENDORSEMENT of the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVENTION (INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION CONVENTION) NAIROBI, 1982 i..,, International Telecommunication Convention (International Telecommunication Convention) adopted in Nairobi in 1982, replacing the International Telecommunication Convention in Malaga-Torremolinos in 1973. This replacement is done at regular intervals and in accordance with prevailing customs. Every 5 (five) to 7 (seven) years once opened the possibility to review and amend the statutes applicable Convention so that it can be adapted to the circumstances and the progress of technology development of telecommunications.
The Nairobi Convention, this is a major International Telecommunications Association Agreement (International Telecommunication Union abbreviated I.T.U.), which applies to The Deputy Plenipotentiary Conference (Plenipotentiary Conference) of the International Telecommunications Society.
., The Convention, consists of two parts: 1. section, known as the basic statutes (Basic Provisions) which includes the manuscripts which are fixed;
., ,2. The section known as the General Regulations (General Regulations) which includes texts about the methods being used for the proper functioning of the various Assembly bodies.
., Next, the Convention was also accompanied by three (3) attachments (Annexes), each about a list of countries (List of countries), the definition of some specific terms used in the Convention and the regulations of the International Telecommunications Society (Definition of certain terms used in the Convention and in the Regulations of the International Telecommunication Union) and an agreement between the United Nations with the International Telecommunications Association (Agreement between the United Nations and the International Telecommunication Union) which is the part that is an integral part of the Convention. More needs to be explained, that Indonesia did not enter signed an additional protocol is not Mandatory (Optional Additional Protocol) on the settlement of Disputes (the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes) based on the consideration that it is not acceptable because it is not in accordance with the Government of the Republic of Indonesia's political wisdom.
.,, The most important changes against the old Conventions among others are:.,, 1. the principle included in the preamble are convinced of the vital role of telecommunications in the framework of peace and socio-economic development, especially for developing countries.
., ,2. The election of Directors of the International Radio Consultative Commission (International Radio Consultative Committee) and Director of the Commission Consultative Telegraph and telephone International (International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee), in addition to the election of the Secretary General, Deputy Secretary General, 5 (five) members of the Board of the International Frequency Registration (International Frequency Registration Board) done in The Deputy Plenipotentiary Conference. Before the second election of Directors done in plenary session each of the Konsultatip Commission.
., ,3. The addition of the membership of the Board (Administrative Council) of 36 (thirty-six) countries be 41 (forty-one) countries where Indonesia was elected one of its members for a term of up to a dozen of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the International Telecommunications Society.
., ,4. Regulation of the use of the Geostationary Satellite Orbit (Geostationary Satellite Orbit) is becoming more rational and fair, since the removal of the old provision to the detriment of developing countries, which requires that the use of Satellite Orbit Geostatsioner for one country or group of countries to another based on their needs also to the technical capabilities of the country in question.
., ,5. The expansion of the system of contributions that are free to choose, namely that the Member States of the Association can choose from the lowest to the highest between 1/8 (one eighth) for less developed countries are up to 40 (forty) unit. The previous contribution system is 1/2 (half) up to 30 (thirty) units.
.,, For the year 1985 1 (one) unit of value 221,400 (two hundred twenty one thousand four hundred) Switzerland Francs.
., ,6. Funds to be used for engineering cooperation be included in the regular budget of the society, previously only depends on the funding of specialized agencies of the United Nations Voluntary Fund and source are not fixed.
., ,7. Arabic was made the official language of the society in addition to the languages English, French, Spain, Russia, and China.
.,, With the enactment of this Act, then the International Telecommunication Convention Nairobi, 1982, has been ratified in accordance with the regulations for Indonesia and then deposited on the Secretary-General of the International Telecommunications Society based in Geneva through diplomatic channels in accordance with the specified procedures.
II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1.,,.,, a. Although Republic of Indonesia had ratified the Convention, but when things happen that are considered disturbing national interests or violate the laws and regulations of the Republic of Indonesia, then the Republic of Indonesia shall have the right to take the necessary steps.
.,, b. Republic of Indonesia were not willing to tie themselves to the provisions referred to in article 50 paragraph (2) of the International Telecommunications Convention of Nairobi, 1982, regarding the settlement of a dispute through arbitrage, except with the consent of all parties concerned in any dispute.
.,, c. Republic of Indonesia together with other equatorial countries are: Colombia, Congo, Equador, Gabon, Kenya, Uganda, and Somali argues that with the receipt of this Convention does not limit their right to fight for the special interests of the countries concerned over the orbits of Geostationary Satellites (Geostationary Satellite Orbit).
Article 2, article 3 clearly Enough, clear enough,