Government Regulation Substitute Act No. 24 Of 1960

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Pengganti Undang-undang Nomor 24 Tahun 1960

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 72, 1960 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2011) GOVERNMENT REGULATION SUBSTITUTE LAW the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 24 of 1960 ABOUT an INVESTIGATION, PROSECUTION and EXAMINATION CRIMINAL ACTS of CORRUPTION, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that for criminal cases involving financial state or county or other legal entities which use capital and allowances other allowances – or from the country or society for example bank wakap, cooperative, and others or concerned with the position of criminal sipetindak, need some special rules and regulations specifically about the investigation, prosecution and examination that can eradicate the acts that called corruption a criminal offence;
.,, b. that based on consideration of sub a War Rulers rule has held the center of the Army Chief of staff on 16 April 1958 No. PRT/Peperpu/013/1958 and its implementation rules and regulations of the ruler of the Central War the naval Chief of staff No. PRT/ZI/1/7 on 17 April 1958;
.,, c. that rules the Peperpu need to be replaced with rules of law;
., d., that because of the circumstances forcing the matter regulated with a government regulation Substitute legislation;

Remember: section 22 subsection (1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia;

Heard: the working of Cabinet Deliberation on May 24, 1960;

DECIDED: i. Revoke:., War Lords Rules, the Center's Chief of staff of the army on 16 April 1958 No. PRT/Peperpu/013/1958 and its implementation rules and regulations of the ruler of the Central War the naval Chief of staff No. PRT/z. I/1/7 on 17 April 1958; II. establish:., Substitute Government regulations, laws on investigation, prosecution and examination criminal acts of corruption.
The CHAPTER I CONCERNING The UNDERSTANDING Of The CRIME Of Corruption.

Article 1 called a criminal act corruption:.,, a. action someone with or for committing a crime or offence to enrich themselves or others or an agency that directly or indirectly detrimental to finance or economy of the country or region or financial harm an agency that receives financial assistance from the State or county or other legal entity applying for capital allowances-looseness of the country or of the community;
., one's deeds, b., who with or for committing a crime or violation of enriching themselves or another person or body that is done with the abuse of Office and position;
.,, c. crimes listed in article 17 to article 21 of this regulation and in article 209, 210, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 423, 425 and 435 Book criminal law legislation.
CHAPTER II CONCERNING INVESTIGATION And PROSECUTION Of CRIMINAL ACTS Of Corruption.

Article 2, (1) the rules regarding the investigation and prosecution, according to the rules of ordinary, applies to the matter of corruption, just another not specified in this rule. (2) the matter of corruption take precedence to solved and prosecuted.

Section 3.,, (1) within 3 months after the person detained temporarily, the matter must be submitted to face the judge.
.,, (2) the period of time between when a person was detained temporarily, until the matter began to be examined in advance of the court session, should not exceed 6 months.
Article 4 the Prosecutor only allowed menyampingkan the matter of corruption, if there is an order from the Attorney General.

Article 5, (1) any suspect is obligated to give a description of the entire harta-bendanya and harta-benda of the wife/husband and children and harta-benda something diurusnya bodies, when requested by the Prosecutor.
.,, (2) and does not reduce the freedom that was given to those in article 274 paragraph (1) and (3) "Reglemen Indonesia the updated", then every person obliged to give information according to his knowledge as a witness or expert to the Prosecutor.
.,, (3) the obligation of giving the description applies also to them which is usually his knowledge of something that should be kept secret because the Office or position, for example, notary, accountant, lawyer who defended the question, except the religious officials and doctors.
.,, (4) the Bank only gives information about the financial state of the suspect who was asked by the Prosecutor if the request was made according to the methods specified in the regulations about the secrets of the Bank.
Section 6.,, (1) every time Prosecutors can demand service all the mail that is considered necessary to him, that he can do his job as well as possible, and the confiscated letters were.
.,, (2) the officers and doctors can refuse to show letters or letters which included the obligation of that secret.
.,, (3) the provisions of article 5 paragraph (4) applies in terms of inspection and seizure letters were.
.,, (4) a notary public, accountants and lawyers who defend this thing can't resist to show letters or letters sections set forth in paragraph (2) of this article.
Chapter 7 Attorney has the right to open, inspect and seize papers and submissions-submissions through the post Office, Telegraph and telephone, which can be thought to have links to corruption criminal cases, which are being solved or prosecuted.

Article 8.,, (1) a Prosecutor has the right to enter at any time any place that in his opinion needs to be accessed to run the task.
If necessary, he went into the place with the help of the instruments of State power.
.,, (2) if the occupant refused, prosecutors can only enter a House, if accompanied by 2 witnesses.
.,, (3) twice within twenty-four hours of infusion of the House must be made news-events, stated purpose in article 64 paragraph (2) "Reglemen Indonesia restored" and it conveys a copy to the residents concerned.
.,, In the news event that should be loaded as well information on the time and the mean income was.
.,, (4) the Prosecutor is authorized to ask accompanied by people who would be appointed by him; in that case then inclusion was mentioned in the news.
Article 9 a corruption lawsuit based upon a letter of allegations made by prosecutors.

CHAPTER III EXAMINATION In ADVANCE Of Trial.

Section 10.,, (1) the criminal offence of corruption Matters reviewed and adjudicated by the courts of the country according to law and the law of the applicable event just in this rule is not specified otherwise. (2) cases of corruption being put forth for review in advance of the trial.

Section 11.,, (1) the defendant is obligated to give answers and information requested by the judge, which deal with matters that are currently checked out.
.,, (2) the judge may require the defendant to oath will give an actual description and nothing other than the truth.
Article 12.,, (1) by not reducing the provision in article 278 "Reglemen Indonesia the updated" then each person obliged to give information on Judge according to his knowledge as a witness or expert.
.,, (2) the obligation of giving the description applies also to them which is usually his knowledge of an it should be kept secret because the Office or position, such as a notary public, accountants, lawyers who defend the matter in question, unless the religious officials and doctors.
.,, (3) the Bank only gives information about the financial state of the defendant who was asked by the judge, if the request was made according to the methods specified in the regulations about the secrets of the Bank.
.,, (4) the persons in article 274 sub 1 and 3 "Reglemen Indonesia the updated" were released at his own request from the obligation of a witness, and be heard with closed doors if desired by them.
CHAPTER IV ABOUT PROSECUTING MEMBERS Of The FORCE.

Article 13 Investigation, prosecution and examination in advance of Trial of criminal acts of corruption, which is done by people who are under judicial power, conducted by Army officers-officers according to the rules defined in the rules of criminal procedure order.

Article 14 the provisions of this regulation regarding investigation, prosecution and examination in advance of Court apply with the necessary changes towards an investigation, prosecution and proceedings criminal acts of corruption committed by the person that stated purpose in article 13.

Article 15 the corruption perpetrated by a man who should be tried by the Court together with an Army that must be tried by the ordinary courts were tried separately by each of its judgment.

Chapter V Of The CRIMINAL Rules.

Article 16.,, (1) Whoever doing criminal acts of corruption referred to in article 1 sub a and b are punished with a jail sentence ever twelve years and/or to a fine extended one million rupiah. (2) All harta-benda obtained from corruption seized.
., Siterhukum, (3) may also be required to pay a substitute number equal to harta-benda obtained from corruption.
Article 17 Whoever gives a gift or a promise to receive salary or wages of the finances of the State or region or who receive a salary or wages of an agency that receives financial assistance from the State or county or other legal entities which use capital and respite-respite from the State or the community, keeping in mind something a power or authority as being something inherent in the Office or position or by sipemberi gift or promise is considered attached to the Office or position are punished with a jail sentence ever after twelve years and/or extended one million rupiah fine.


Article 18 if anyone in it according to articles 5, 11 and 12 be obliged to give information on purpose of giving information with no actual, punishable by imprisonment of five years or a fine for ever extended five hundred thousand rupiah.

Article 19 Whoever intentionally did not meet the demand of the Prosecutor in article 5 paragraph (1) or the obligation in article 5 paragraph (2) is punishable by imprisonment of five years or a fine for ever extended five hundred thousand rupiah.

Article 20 the Defendants deliberately did not give an answer and the description in article 11 paragraph (1) is punishable by imprisonment of five years or a fine for ever extended five hundred dollars.

Article 21 Whoever intentionally did not meet the obligation in article 12 paragraph (1) is punishable by imprisonment of five years or a fine for ever extended five hundred thousand rupiah.

Section 22 acts is liable to a punishment in article 16 to chapter 21 is a crime.

CHAPTER VI TRANSITIONAL Rules.

Article 23 Penilikan harta-benda and examination in advance of the High Court which on enactment of these regulations has begun, completed according to the rules in the event of war the sovereign Centre No. PRT/Peperpu/013/1958 and rules the ruler of War the naval Chief of staff Centre No. PRT/z. I/I/7 on April 17, 1958.

CHAPTER VII Rules Cover.

Pasal 24.,, (1) the threat of a jail sentence and fine in article 209, 210, 415 to 420, 423, 425 and 435, the book of the law of criminal law was converted into a prison, the punishment for ever twelve years and/or a fine of one million rupiah extended ".
.,, (2) In the articles book of law the criminal law under subsection (1) with "ambtenaar", likened a receiving salary or wages of the finances of the State or territory, or who receives salary or wages of an agency that receives financial assistance from the State or county or other legal entities which use capital and respite-respite from the State or society.
Article 25 Regulation Substitutes the Act is called the "corruption eradication Rules" and came into force on the day of promulgation.

So that every one can know it, ordered the enactment of regulations the Government's replacement of this law with the placement in the State Gazette of Republic of Indonesia.
.,, Set in Jakarta on June 9, 1960, Acting President of the Republic Indonesia DJUANDA.
Enacted in Jakarta on June 9, 1960 the Minister for Justice, SAHARDJO.

COUNTRY GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 2011 (explanation of State Gazette 1960, Number 72) EXPLANATION for the REPLACEMENT GOVERNMENT REGULATION laws on INVESTIGATION, PROSECUTION and EXAMINATION CRIMINAL ACTS of CORRUPTION.
., Rules that for more than 2 years this became the basis for the Government's actions to eradicate corruption is the rule of the Regional Centre for the War Lords Army on 16 April 1958 No. PRT/Peperpu/013/1958, along with the rules and regulations of the execution of the war the Navy Chief of staff Centre No. PRT/z. I/I/7 on April 17, 1958.
.,, According to the rules that there are 2 kinds of deeds of corruption, i.e.:.,, a. corruption criminal Deed, in which the interwoven elements of a crime or offence, so based on that can are convicted with beatings and/or fines heavy enough in addition to deprivation of harta-benda results of corruption (article 2).
.,, b. other corruption Deeds, where there are elements of "tort" (article 3). The Act of corruption is not threatened with criminal penalties, but the High Court put on trial over a lawsuit the agency coordinating the Overseer of property, be seized harta-benda the results of deeds of corruption. The definition of "tort" mentioned above is "onrechtmatige daad" listed in Article K.U.H. of the civil code 1365, the word which according to yurispuridentie have very broad ma'na IE: Perbuatatan or kelalalaian anyone, thus violating the rights of others or is contrary to its obligations under the law itself, or with the customary norms of decency prevalent nor contrary to the necessity of living in the association concerned to act against another person or goods in particular debt. It can be us singkatkan ma'na of word "tort law" with the term "ignoble deeds." Harta-benda results of this ignoble deed can be taken away by the High Court last; any other harta-benda that by ayaat of article 12 (2) of the regulations Peperpu compared with harta-benda the results of deplorable deeds may also be taken:.,,.,, a. harta-benda a person or a body that is deliberately not explained by it or by its administrator; b. harta-benda that are not the light of who its owner;.,, c. harta-benda someone of his wealth after the investigation is considered disproportionate to the income of the livelihood.
.,, The intent of the holding of the Peperpu regulations was so short can be dismantled in acts of corruption that the adult was very meraja-lela as a result of the atmosphere as if it was already mature Governments have no authority anymore. Therefore the regulations were meant to apply to create a time course (temporair).
.,, The results that have been achieved in the eradication of corruption, which consists of matters being investigated, solved and brought forward to the judge as well as a harta-benda who returned to the country, was satisfactory. In the meantime, it should not be forgotten that other results that are not directly, for example in the field of fiscal and debt-repayment of debts to the State, and finally a very important, i.e. the effect on society by consequence psychologis restrict/reduce appetite berkorupsi, all of which were very meritorious mengkonsolideer back the authority of the Government. The Government therefore considers, that on the outside action against criminal acts of corruption that already contain elements of a crime or offence, action against corruption such despicable deeds outlined above need not be continued much longer.
.,, And action against corruption is despicable deeds really is an extraordinary action, which can only be justified in exceptional circumstances. Reasons wasnt deprivation harta-benda obtained with deplorable deeds (rather than a deeds punishable criminal) is in fact not much different from the criminal law? These things are already sewajarnyalah, that wonderful it should be stopped, when the Act of corruption already can be eradicated by means of an ordinary criminal act, even if this requires equipment with other provisions that would be classified as criminal acts of corruption, as will be explained below.
.,, In this connection need to be reminded, that to get indemnity, arising from acts reprehensible person, still available to the party concerned, that filed a lawsuit to District Court, which adjudicate civil matters based on the articles of 1365 onwards from K.U.H. of the civil code.
., Penilikan, harta-benda by the Agency Coordinating Team Overseer Harta-Benda, as well as the deplorable corruption proceedings in advance of the High Court, with the introduction of government regulations Replacement of this Act, make the next pass, by not reducing the continuation of settlement matters has begun investigation and pemeriksaannya at the time of the enactment of this Regulation (see article 23 transitional provisions).
.,, Which is still continued by this rule is the action against criminal acts of corruption, as described in article 1, that the contents are substantially the same as article 2 of the regulation of the Peperpu above.
.,, To prevent the possibility of a return to the widespread acts of corruption, it is in article 1 sub c noted also the crimes in article 415, 416, 417, 423, 425 and 435 from K.U.H.P.
.,, as a criminal act corruption with all the consequences. And to enable the public prosecutor and the judge in order to obtain the necessary evidence, then about the investigation, prosecution and examination held provisions, which deviate from the normal criminal procedure, concerning the giving of information, examination papers and examination at home/office and so on, the terms of which corroborated with sanctie as necessary.
., Being, in line with the Government's actions against corruption deplorable, then more bank secrets secured with government regulation Substitute legislation no. 23 in 1960 about the secret Bank (State Gazette 1960, no. 71). Article 3 paragraph (2) of that regulation sets out a few terms in Attorney or judge requires information about the suspect or the defendant's finances. Also the secret letters/submissions-submissions by sipengirim entrusted to the Postal Service, Telegrams and telephone, more assured in this rule with established terms in article 7, that the letters/submissions-submissions must be connected with the case of criminal corruption that are being solved or prosecuted.
., Additional follow-up, about the criminal acts of corruption on article 1 (415, 416, 417, 423, 425 and 435 from K.U.H.P.). Crimes listed in articles that, supposedly can be a source of corruption that still must be prevented.

.,, Crimes it briefly is: Embezzlement committed by civil servants, administrative/bookkeeping intrusions by public servants; pengelapan, destruction or falsification of evidence's letters by civil servants; extortion by civil servants; "knevelarij" by civil servants; ikut-serta civil servants with the chartering business management/pengawasannya handed her.
.,, Was with the "public servants" likened a, who receive a salary or wages of the finances of the State or territory, or who receives salary or wages of an agency that receives financial assistance from the State or county or other legal entities which use capital and respite-respite from the State or the Community (article 24 paragraph (2).].
.,, About the investigation, prosecution and examination criminal acts of corruption. Event investigation/prosecution that deviate from the usual events is as follows:.,, 1. A suspect and every person is obliged to give the desired information by a Prosecutor; This obligation does not apply to members who are very close to [article 274 paragraph (1) and (3)], religious officials and doctors; are these obligations for the bank, hung to certain conditions, as specified in the regulations about the secret Bank (it should be mentioned the name of the suspect, the reasons for the requested information, the relationships between the information that with the case for his and the permission of the Minister is first). Does not meet the obligation is liable to a penalty of imprisonment or a fine (article 5 check yo. Article 18 and 19).
., ,2. Everyone, except the religious officials and doctors, which can reject it, obliged to exhibit the letters requested by prosecutors.
The bank's Liability, in this case it is used also to these terms on the face of it (article 6).
., ,3. Every time a prosecutor can enter any place which he deems necessary for the task pengusutannya (article 8).
.,, Letters/submissions-submissions through the post Office, Telegraph and telephone, how to do with criminal cases of corruption are concerned, can be opened/checked/seized by the Prosecutor (article 7).
.,, Apart from the above the ordinary criminal procedure apply to the matter of corruption [article 2 paragraph (1)]. Investigation and prosecution of corruption matters should get first prioriteit (article 2).
., Also, to Judge given some authority that deviate from the usual events, i.e.:.,,-the obligation of the defendant and everyone, except his closest (article 274 paragraph (1) and (3) H.I.R.). the officers and doctors, to provide information to the judge who asked him;
.,,-does not meet this obligation is liable to a penalty of imprisonment or a fine (article 11 and article 12, 18, 20 and 21).
The Bank's Liability, in this case it is only tied to the existence of the requisite permission from the first Minister, it is not as if Prosecutors need information (check above). The corruption matter precedence for review [article 10 paragraph (2)]. About judicial corruption criminal matters, conducted by members of the Army.
.,, In this rule still used the guidelines, that the matter of criminal corruption committed by the person subject to the judiciary under the authority of the army, solved, prosecuted and checked by the tools of Justice for them and according to the law applicable to Agency-the Agency does not reduce the enactment of special provisions concerning criminal procedure as outlined above (sections 13 and 14).
.,, Specifically for the sake of speed the resolution of cases, then as came in regulation Peperpu above, also in this regulation the principle konneksitet not implemented.
Strictly speaking, a matter of criminal corruption, conducted by some of the defendants together, some of which is subject under other parts of the army and judiciary under regular, judicial review by the judges according to the usual rules authorities put on trial (article 15).

ARTICLE FOR THE SAKE OF THE ARTICLE.

Section 1., the criminal act, in subsection a and b is the same as that listed in article 2 sub a and b of regulation Peperpu. Additional crimes which by subsection c of this section was made a criminal offence of corruption have been alluded to in the General description above. According to this article then the Act of criminal corruption consists of the elements: Sub a: 1. do something a crime or offence.
., ,2. enrich yourself or another person, or an agency with or for committing the crime.
., ,3. that directly or indirectly detrimental to finance or economy of the country, or areas or financial harm an agency that receives financial assistance from the State or county or other legal entities which use capital and respite-respite from a country or a society as a result of items 1 and 2. Sub b: 1. commits an offence or crime.
., ,2. processes-use the position or positions in the crime or pelangggaran it.
., ,3. enrich themselves or others or an agency or for items 1 and 2. The threat of punishment against any act that, according to article 16 is twelve years imprisonment and/or a fine extended one million rupiah.
., ,1. By the existence of article 1 and 16, the judge not only can drop a heavy prison sentence, then he can also dropped fine which is very heavy and can also merge the second sentence was.
., ,2. Lists the elements of "harming the country's economy," the Government intends to order acts that harm the country in the field of the economy may also be punished as with adverse financial state. 3. "Abuse of Office or position".
., Known As article 52, the book of the law of criminal law has a formulation is somewhat limited.

In article 52, it was determined that the penalty can be enhanced is against: a. public servants, who, therefore, b. conduct a criminal offence, violate the obligation of the privileged position or time doing the crime of wearing power a chance, or ichtiar acquired in his post. Section b of this regulation with the heavy penalties to punish not only the "public servants" but also people who have a position, so everyone who receives salary or wages of the finances of the State or region and who receive a salary or wages of an agency that receives financial assistance from the State (for example, a member of the Executive Board of a foundation that receives State financial aid).

Article lb extensive is in rumusannya, since it uses the General term "abuse". and does not hold details such as is the case with article 52 of the book the laws of criminal law with the words "for committing a criminal offence.

acquired in his post ".
., ,4. Good article 1a or 1b article lists as "enrich yourselves". This item is very important. Against this is the sort of actions intended. Because of those kind of is this Government Regulation was issued.
.,, Is not the intention of the Government to memperberat the threat of punishment of a crime or offence committed in a State of danger by those concerned, or in a State, in which enrich ourselves with detrimental financial state does not constitute a disease of society as it is today.
., ,5. "Directly or indirectly detrimental to the finances of the State", with lists of the word "indirectly" in Article 1a the Government intends to punish also enrich yourself being detrimental to the State finance is not directly caused by the author of that criminal.
.,, For example: with the bribed an employee, a partikelir could be a license from an agency, and selling it to a third person license with a hefty price as well. He had enriched themselves by having a license and when he used the license as the license must be used according to rules in force so he can be punished for doing a "Kickback", but not for violating this article, because the country, with the presence of the license in the hands of the penyogok, not to suffer losses.

Only after further treated by si license penyogok bertentagan with the regulations in force or, or by the buyer to the third, so the finances of the State suffering the harm, then the penyogok can it be blamed according to section 1a of this, because it is detrimental to the country's finances even though indirectly.
., ,6. The relationship between the Act of corruption criminal sub he and 1b and the works that are the basis of criminal corruption deed it was lex lex generalis against specialists but in this case it is not a problem because the penalty is the same or weighed or more severe than the penalty against criminal deeds staple.
., ,7. With the formulation of Article 1a and 1b then the term corruption in this rule is used in a broad sense, even in the sense of a completely distorted from the meaning of "social ekonomisch" If the Act of criminal corruption was not based on the articles 418, 419 and 420 of the book criminal law legislation, and if it is true what is postulated by Mr. S.J. Fockema Andreas, that "omkoping of corrupteie enz ambtenaren van giften door of belopten bewogen tot eenigo , handeling ", and by the opt Grooten i.e." Corruptie is tegen betalingen in ge'd, good of ganst als ambtennaaar voor het van afgeven verklaringen, berlenen van rechten kwijtschelden verplichtingen van afsluiten van het wel and oontracten, die anders niet men and welanders luidende of later afgeven heben, zou verllend, kwijtgesholden of zoowel ten opzichte, afgesloten van particulieren alls ten op zichte van andere ambtenaren-".

.,, Therefore, it is feasible, if the criminal offence specified in article 17 of this regulation, and article 209, 210, 415 to 420, 423, 425 and 435 Book criminal law legislation called the criminal acts of corruption, as well as follow-up criminal acts listed in article 6 to article 9 which is very closely related to a corruption lawsuit, solved, prosecuted and checked according to the specific rules in this regulation.
., ,8. In the book of the law of criminal law is not liable to a penalty of those who gave gifts to employees referred to in article 418 of the book criminal law legislation, nor is it liable to a punishment of the people who gave the prize to the person who receives salary or wages of the finances of the State or region or to a person who receives salary or wages of an agency that receives financial assistance the country or region or other legal entities which use capital and respite-respite from a country or community to fill the void this then article 17 was held.
., ,9. So are articles 209, 415 to 419, 423, 425 and 435 book of law criminal law mentions only as a person who can be bribed, "public servants" are necessary once the rules were extended also to the person who receives salary or wages as referred to in subsection 8. (check the Overview).
., .10. Therefore all who commit a criminal offence according to articles 16 and 17 of this regulation and articles 209, 210, 415 to 420, 423, 425 and 435 book of law criminal law considered the same weight of evil then penalty against the deed that stipulated the same severity i.e. ever twelve years imprisonment and/or a fine extended one million rupiah (article 16 and 17 Article 24).

Article 2, paragraph (1) is the same as article 27 and rule Peperpu, and is the main guidelines in the investigation/prosecution of corruption by the prosecutors. Based on the guidelines, so that an investigation/prosecution of criminal corruption cases do not deviate too much from the rules of ordinary criminal procedure, then the articles 28, 29 and 33 of the regulation Peperpu not loaded again in a government regulation.

Which is not found in rule Peperpu, but listed in this regulation concerning an investigation-investigation, is article 4 and article 5 paragraph (5) of the "deponeering" of the party and the State Attorney about the secret bank (check below).

Article 3.-term Assignment, length of time in order to expedite investigation and prosecution by the Prosecutor are the same as those provided for in article 30 of regulation Peperpu.

Section 4.,, affirmation of the authority of the Attorney General for mendeponeer the matter of corruption, are listed in this article with the intent to prevent the possibility of irregularities by the Prosecutor in areas based on specific considerations. There is no provision in rule Peperpu.

Article 5, paragraph (3) of the bank's obligations to give information, not contained in regulation Peperpu, and are listed here for customized with the intent of the regulation about the secret Bank (check above).

Article 6, concerning paragraph (3) check the explanation of article 5 above.

Article 7,, is quite clear. Check also in Public Explanations.

Article 8,, deviate from the rules of ordinary events, prosecutors do not have to get prior permission from the Chairman of the District Court, to be able to enter the House.

If the occupants refused, prosecutors authorized also with 2 witnesses.

Article 9.-, this provision, deviate from the rules of the event, and are intended to speed up the resolution of the matter.

Article 10 to 12.
., Enough already described in the Overview concerning the case examination of corruption in the face of the judge.

Article 13 to 15.
.,, Check the Overview on judicial matters criminal acts of corruption committed by members of the Army.

Article 16 and 17.
.,, Check the explanation of article 1.

Article 18 to 22.
.,, Adjust the penalty against suspects, defendants, witnesses and anyone who does not heed its obligations according to this rule.

23. Article,, to avoid doubt, does things "other" corruption deeds or by another term "deplorable" corruption rules (these rules in Peperpu), which is carried out before the Government's replacement of this Act comes into force, are still being solved, prosecuted and checked, then the provisions of the judiciary article 23 is hereby expressly stipulates, that the penilikan harta-benda and the examination on the face of the High Court at the time of starting the enactment of government regulation has already begun , continue to be settled according to event rules Peperpu it.

On the contrary, acts of criminal corruption, undertaken during the enactment of the Peperpu regulations, though not yet solved/demanded/checked before dicabutnya rules Peperpu it, it still can be solved/demanded/checked in advance of trial, one based on government regulations and other laws on Surrogate Danger article 61 sub a yo. Article 36 yo. Article 9, which is substantially set, that the Act of corruption committed during the enactment of the regulations Peperpu (now considered regulation Peperti) keep votes and ditindakkan as a criminal offence according to the valuation rules that Peperpu.

24. Article,, has been described in General and concerning the explanation of article 1.