Regulation Of The Minister Of Marine And Fisheries No. 5/candy-Kp/2013 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kelautan dan Perikanan Nomor 5/PERMEN-KP/2013 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 529, 2013 the MINISTRY of MARINE and fisheries. Keprotokolan. The Official Event. Providence.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 5/candy-KP/2013 on KEPROTOKOLAN with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order to optimize the effectiveness and organization of keprotokolan to support the successful implementation of official events in the environment of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries need to set keprotokolan in accordance with the regulations;
b. that the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 15/DOWNLOAD/2006 concerning general guidelines Keprotokolan in the Environment Department of marine and Fisheries was not in accordance with the needs and the development of Keprotokolan in the Organization of the environmental setting of the Ministry of marine and fisheries, so that needs to be enhanced;
c. that based on considerations as letter a and letter b needs to set a regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries of Keprotokolan;
Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues (State Gazette Number 55 in 1974, an additional Sheet State number 189), as amended by Act No. 43 of 1999 (the 1999 State Gazette Number 169, additional State Gazette Number 3890);
2. Act No. 24 of 2009 about language and flag, coat of arms and national anthem (State Gazette Number 109 in 2009, an additional State Gazette Number 5035);
3. Act No. 9 of 2010 of Keprotokolan (State Gazette Number 125 in 2010, an additional State Gazette Number 5166);
4. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries as amended Presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 141 in 2011);
5. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as amended Presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2011 Number 142);
6. Presidential Decree number 18 in 1972 about the kinds of civilian dress as amended by Presidential Decree Number 50 in 1990;
7. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 as amended by presidential decree number 05/P by 2013;
8. The marine and fishery Minister Regulation Number PER 15/DOWNLOAD/2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of KEPROTOKOLAN.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Section I of article 1 In the sense of the regulation of the Minister, which is: 1. Keprotokolan is a series of activities related to the rules in the event of State or official events which include the tata, tata's place, and the ceremony of homage as a form of tribute to a person in accordance with the position and his position in the State, or the Government, or the public.
2. the official Event was organized and implemented by the Government or State agencies in carrying out certain duties and functions and is attended by officials of the State and or Government officials as well as other invitations.
3. Tata is place place setting for State officials, government officials, representatives of foreign countries or international organizations, as well as, community leaders in a particular State or official events.
4. Grammar of the ceremony is the rule to perform the ceremony in the State or official events.
5. The grammar of homage is the rule to execute the grant respect for State officials, government officials, representatives of foreign countries or international organizations, and community leaders in a particular State or official events.
6. State officials is the leadership and members of State institutions as stipulated in the Basic Law of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, and State officials are expressly specified in the Act.
7. Government officials are the officials who occupy specific position within the Government, both at the Centre and in the regions.
8. Government officials are the officials who occupied the post of the country, the Office of career and organic in the Organization of Government.
9. certain community leaders is community leaders who based on his social position gets the settings keprotokolan. 10. The guest is a guest service that is set by keprotokolan.
11. the structural Position is a position that shows the tasks, responsibilities, authority, and rights of a civil servant in order to lead a unit of the organization.
12. the functional Position is the position that shows the tasks, responsibilities, authority and rights of the person's civil servants in a given unit of organization in the implementation of the task based on the skills and/or specific skills and are independent. 13. The Ministry is the Ministry of marine and fisheries.

14. the Minister is the Minister of marine and fisheries.
15. Work Unit Leader Echelon I was Chairman of the Secretariat General, Directorate General, the Inspectorate General and the environmental agency in the Ministry of marine and Fisheries; 16. the General Secretary is the Secretary General of the Ministry of marine and fisheries.

17. the Director-General was Director General at the Ministry of marine and Fisheries environment.

18. The Inspector General is the Inspector General of the Ministry of marine and fisheries.

19. The head of the Agency is the head of the environmental agency in the Ministry of marine and Fisheries;

20. the technical implementing Unit was Implementing Technical Units in the environment of the Ministry of marine and fisheries.

21. language is an official language used in the official Indonesian Language event.
22. The flag of the Republic of Indonesia that unitary State hereinafter referred to as the flag of the Red and white.
23. The national anthem of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia which is hereinafter referred to as the national anthem Indonesia Raya was.
The second part of the intent, purpose, and scope of article 2 of the ministerial regulation is intended as a reference for officials and/or officers keprotokolan in organizing activities of the Minister and the head of work Unit Echelons I in the Environment Ministry.

Article 3 Setting keprotokolan aims: a. to support the smooth running of the activities of the Minister and the head of work Unit Echelons I in Environment Ministries so that in carrying out its task of getting the service aligned, balanced, and harmonious in conducting limited working relationship;
b. provide guidelines for officials and/or keprotokolan officer in carrying out the setting keprotokolan for State officials, government officials, the Minister/Chief Representative of a foreign country, and/or heads of international organizations to visit the Environment Ministry, so that in the implementation of the Organization of an event can run smoothly, orderly, neat and organised in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; and c. create a good relationship in the Association official.

Article 4 keprotokolan Settings include arranging the layout of the place, the ceremony, and the tribute in connection with respect to a person in accordance with the term and/or its position in the Environment Ministry.

CHAPTER II ORGANIZATION of the KEPROTOKOLAN article 5 (1) the Organization of keprotokolan committed against an official event which was attended by Ministers and/or the leadership Echelon Unit I at the Environment Ministry.
(2) Keprotokolan as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. nomenclature of place;

b. tata ceremony; and c. the grammar of reverence.
(3) the official referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the ceremony;

b. meetings;

c. working visit;

d. guest visits; and e. a formal meal.
Article 6 (1) Organizing activities that concern keprotokolan Minister coordinated by the Secretariat-General of the General Bureau in particular.
(2) Organization of the keprotokolan referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by officers of the Ministry Protocol.
(3) conduct of the work of the unit on the keprotokolan Echelon I in the Environment Ministry implemented by: a. General Bureau, to keprotokolan in the environment of the Secretariat-General;

b. Secretariat of the Directorate General for the Environment Directorate General of keprotokolan;

c. Secretariat of the Inspectorate-General for the environment Inspectorate-General keprotokolan; and d. the Secretariat of the Agency for keprotokolan in the Environment Agency.
Article 7 (1) the Organization of the keprotokolan on the work unit echelons I referred to in article 6 paragraph (3) was implemented by the Protocol Officer of Echelon I.
(2) Protocol Officer Echelon I referred to in subsection (1) was formed at every Echelon unit in charge of the organisers I by keprotokolan on unit echelons I question.
(3) the Protocol Officer of Echelon I referred to in subsection (2) is in charge of: a. assist in organizing Ministry Protocol Officer keprotokolan official event attended by Ministry or involve the leadership Echelon Unit I is concerned;
b. organizing keprotokolan in the neighborhood unit echelons I for official events attended by the leadership Echelon Unit I.
CHAPTER III OFFICIAL article 8 (1) Conducting official in the Environment Ministry is exercised in accordance with the rules of grammar of the venue, the ceremony, and the homage.
(2) the official referred to in subsection (1) may be held by the Ministry in the capital city or outside the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia.
(3) in the event of situations and specific conditions which do not allow the implementation of the official referred to in subsection (2) organizing the events formally adapted to the situation and conditions.
(4) adjustments to the implementation of official events as referred to in paragraph (3) was decided by the Minister or the leadership Echelon I work units who led to the official event in question.
CHAPTER IV TATA PLACE article 9

(1) the layout of the place referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) letter a for the Minister and the head of work Unit Echelons I in official events held both in the Office and outside the Office, determined the order of acting as follows: a. the Minister;
b. a Echelon I Officials in the following order: 1. The Secretary General;

2. The Director General of Capture Fisheries;

3. the Director-General of Aquaculture;

4. The Director General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results;

5. the Director-General of the marine, coastal and small islands;

6. The Director General of Marine resources and fisheries;

7. The Inspector General;

8. The head of the Agency's research and development of the marine and fisheries;

9. The head of the Agency's human resources development marine and Fisheries;

10. The head of the Agency's Quarantine of fish, quality control, and security Outcomes of fisheries.

11. The staff of Experts in economics, society, and culture;

12. The public policy Field expert staff;

13. the staff of the civic and Field Expert relationships between Institutions; and 14. Expert staff Field Ecology and Marine Resources. c. Official Echelon II and/or the other officials.
(2) in the event of an official place Nomenclature implemented by ministries and/or by other institutions both in the Centre and in the regions are determined based on the level of the Minister and the head of the Organizational Unit in the Ministry of environment, State officials, government officials, and/or stakeholders (stakeholders) other.
Article 10 (1) in the event of an official place Nomenclature is determined as follows: a. the most Officials entitled to most major order layout is officials who had the order of most home/most preceded;
b. on position lined up, then most major officials of the order placed on the far right in a row to the left of the corresponding official of tata's place;
c. in a sitting position lined up on the same line, the Honorable seat placed in the middle and the right seating is always better than the position of the left; and d. when facing the table, then the main place is facing the exit and last place is a place closest to the exit.
(2) in case of entering of the vehicle, the Officer got a tata sequence foremost, would got the treatment as follows: a. entry into aircraft late and get out early;

b. enter and exit the earliest naval ships;

c. enter and exit a car or train.
Article 11 (1) of the wife/husband of the leadership of the organizational unit that stood for the leadership of the organizational unit in the official event, occupying the place in accordance with the position of the leadership of the work units of Echelon I.
(2) in the event of a work Unit Leader Echelon I was unable to attend at the event official, place filled by the depute.
(3) in the case of officials who served on the official was unable to attend the event, then the grammar for representing the appropriate place with the officials who represented.
Chapter V is considered part of the CEREMONY of the General LAYOUT of article 12 (1) Ceremony as stipulated in article 5 paragraph (2) letter a consists of: a. a flag Ceremony;

b. the ceremony instead of the flag ceremony.
(2) the flag Ceremony referred to in subsection (1) letter a is a ceremony held with the raising of the flag State or decline.
The second part of the ceremony the flag of article 13 (1) of the flag Ceremony as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) letter a is implemented with a flag raising and at least contains the reading of the text of the Preamble of the Republic of Indonesia 1945, Pancasila, prayer and/or accompanied by the national anthem.
(2) the types of activities of the flag ceremony nomenclature as referred to in paragraph (1) in the Environment Ministry, consisting of: a. Birthday proclamation of independence of the Republic of Indonesia;

b. National Holidays; and c. the birthday of the birth of the Ministry.
(3) in addition to the Flag Ceremony on the day referred to in subsection (2) may be exercised on the basis of policy and/or legislation.
Article 14 (1) the preparation of the implementation of the Flag Ceremony as stipulated in article 13 is carried out as follows: a. the preparation of completeness flag ceremony which includes: 1. the determination of the clerk of the ceremony;

2. the determination of officials as Inspector of the ceremony;

3. determination of the participants;

4. the order of the agenda of the ceremony;

5. the text of the Pancasila;

6. the text of the Preamble of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;

7. the text of the prayer;

8. text and/or other appropriate ceremony kind of completeness;

9. the Inspectors welcome ceremony;

10. the Protocol Officer;

11. the pulpit of the ceremony;

12. tool loudspeakers;

13. the Corps music and/or music;

14. documentation; and 15. health care personnel.
b. Governance and implementation of the Flag Ceremony venue is determined as follows: 1. The Minister as the Inspector or Official Ceremony Echelon I appointed when the Minister was unable to;

2. Inspector Ceremonies dealing with the Commander of the ceremony;

3. the officials of the Echelon I and II on the right Inspector Ceremony;
4. the participants of the Ceremony were placed face to face with Inspector Ceremony organized by each Squad Commander from the work unit concerned; 5. The host and the attendant text readers and prayer on the left of the Inspector of the ceremony;

6. The music Corps of Inspectors left the ceremony;

7. The text of the Pancasila was read by the Inspector of the ceremony and followed by all participants; and 8. Observe copyright led by Inspector Ceremony accompanied song to observe copyrights.
c. composition of the flag Ceremony include: 1. The opening;

2. Enter the field Inspector Ceremony ceremony;

3. Tribute to the Inspector of the ceremony;

4. The report of the Commander of the ceremony;

5. Raising the flag of the country accompanied by the national anthem without Music or Corps;

6. Observe copyright led by Inspector Ceremony;

7. A reading of the text of Pancasila by Inspector Ceremony followed by all participants;

8. A reading of the Preamble of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;

9. any other reading of the text when there are;

10. An inspector Welcome Ceremony;

11. The reading of the prayers;

12. The report of the Commander of the ceremony;

13. Tribute to the Inspector of the ceremony;

14. The Inspector of the ceremony left the pulpit of the ceremony; and 15. The ceremonial Commander dismissed the entire ceremony.
(2) the layout of the Flag Ceremony referred to in subsection (1) as listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
(3) preparation of comprehensiveness, arrangement, arrangement and ceremonies referred to in subsection (1) may change according to the type of ceremony and the existing situation.
The third part of the ceremony is not a Ceremonial Flag Article 15 (1) the ceremony instead of the Ministry of environment in the flag ceremony as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) letter b, consisting of: a. the taking of oath of civil servants;

b. Inauguration;

c. the handover Office;

d. the inauguration;

e. opening and closing of the education and training, courses, seminars, workshops or similar events;

f. Graduation;

g. Signing mutual agreement or cooperation agreement;

h. Cemetery; and i. the discharge employees who retire.
Article 16 (1) swearing ceremony of civil servants as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter a is done towards the prospective civil servant who was appointed as a civil servant.
Article 17 (1) completeness of the swearing ceremony of civil servants needs to be prepared by the concerned work units include: a. the paper swearing civil servant;

b. Invitation;

c. ceremonial Spaces;

d. order of ceremony;

e. Witness;

f. Clergy;

g. emcee;

h. Protocol Officer;

i. Conducting;

j. welcome Manuscripts;

k. Ballpoint;

b. Standing Pen;

m. table;

n. script Folder; and o. Tool loudspeakers.
(2) the arrangement of the event include: a. sang the national anthem;

b. the reading of the Decision the appointment of civil servants;
c. reading the oath read out by a civil servant officials who took oath and was followed by civil servants taken oath; d. penyumpahan events news script Signing civil servant by officers and witnesses;

e. Reception by officials who appoint; and f. suave.
(3) in the execution of the swearing ceremony of civil servant officials who acted as leader of the Ceremony is the competent authority on the work unit echelons I respectively.
(4) at least one (1) day prior to the inauguration ceremony, the Protocol Officer is obligated to check the preparation ceremony and at least 2 (two) hours before the ceremony began, the officer checking the final preparation protocol ceremony.
(5) the layout of the swearing ceremony of civil servants as contained in annex II that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
(6) establishing the completeness, the setting, and the order of taking the oath of civil servant referred to in subsection (1) may be changed according to the situation.
Article 18 (1) the Official Inauguration Ceremony as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter b made against officials in his structural.
(2) the completeness of the inauguration ceremony include: a. a decision adoption in the Office and the quote;

b. officials who will be appointed;

c. clergy;

d. witnesses;

e. officials and other invited guests;

f. creation of news events oath of Office;

g. order of events;

h. making the decision letter will be read;

i. integrity Pact document creation;

j. greeting officials who appoint;

k. officers event;

b. Protocol Officer;

m. Ballpoint;

n. Standing Pen;

o. table;

p. script Folder;

q. the preparation ceremony and venue layout;

r. tool loudspeakers; and s.-completeness the completeness required. (3) Director of ceremonies in the implementation of the inauguration was the Minister or officials who represent;
(4) the officials who were invited to attend the ceremonial inauguration is determined as follows: a. for the inauguration ceremony of the officials of the Echelon I invited are all officials of the Echelon I, II, head of the Technical Implementers, Units and business partners as well as the wife/husband of officials and dignitaries I Echelon Echelon I appointed;

b. for the inauguration ceremony of the officials of the Echelon II invited are all officials of the Echelon I, II, III, and partners;
c. for the inauguration ceremony of the Echelon III Officials invited are all officials of the Echelon II, III, and IV;
d. for the inauguration ceremony of the Echelon IV Officials invited are officials of the Echelon III and IV in the neighborhood work units each; and e. to inauguration officials Echelon III and IV in the area who were invited are determined by their respective work units.
Article 19 (1) reading the Decision of appointment in Office on inauguration ceremony was conducted by officers of the ceremony. (2) host in the inauguration was conducted by officers of the keprotokolan wing.
(3) a witness in the inaugural ceremony were officials who have tenure, rank/the higher or at least equal to the officials appointed.
(4) the clergy's Companion in the taking of the oath of Office is an official of the Ministry of religion or the Regional Office of the Ministry of religion or other clergy appointed the Ministry of religion or the Regional Office of the Ministry of religion.
(5) the settings of the layout of the inauguration is determined as follows: a. for inauguration officials Echelon Echelon I, II and functional officials synchronised with the officials of the Echelon II, an invitation I Echelon officials located to the right of the Minister while other officials behind the invitation which was inaugurated;
b. for inauguration officials Echelon Echelon III and IV, the official invitation of Echelon II are in the right direction of the ceremony while the other invitation behind appointed officials; c. appointed officials dealing with the leadership of the ceremony;

d. witnesses and clergy were on the left side of the officials who will be appointed; and e. the wife or husband of the Echelon officials of the I and the I Echelon officials appointed is already determined. (6) the settings of the Ordinance can be adjusted with the inauguration ceremony of the State of the place of the ceremony.

(7) the script of the oath was read by officials who appoint and followed by officials appointed.
(8) the paper news event data contains the oath officials who will be appointed as follows: a. name;

b. place date of birth;

c. religion; and d. the new title.
(9) the script of a speech of welcome ceremony was prepared by the Chairman of working units: staffing of the Ministry.
(10) the order of events in the inaugural ceremony is arranged as follows: a. the opening;

b. reading the Decision of appointment and dismissal of the and in that capacity;

c. taking oath of Office ceremony by the leadership;

d. signing event news script the oath of Office;

e. the integrity Pact document signing;
f. signing the handover event News Office and the submission of the memorandum in the handover Office carried out coinciding with the inaugural ceremony; g. greeting officials who appoint;

h. the reading of prayers; and i. the granting of congratulation continued with suave.
(11) of the layout Office inauguration ceremony as listed in annex III which is an integral part of part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 20 (1) Office of the Handover Ceremony as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) Letter c include handover position of Minister, officials of the Echelon Echelon I, II, III, and Echelon Head Unit Technical Implementers.
(2) the completeness of the ceremonial handover of Office that needs to be prepared by the concerned work units include: a. making the manuscript News Event Handover Office;

b. agenda;

c. preparation of invitation;

d. ceremony room settings;

e. preparation of the manuscript of the memorandum drafted by officials who will hand over the Office;

f. host;

g. Protocol Officer;

h. drafting the layout of the place and the ceremony;

i. Tools loudspeakers; and j. the completeness required.
(3) in the execution of the Handover Ceremony, the officials who testified were: a. the Minister for the Office of the official handover of Echelon I;
b. the Secretary General, Director General, Inspector General, and the head of the Agency or to handover Office officials Echelon II in environmental work units each; and c. the direct Supervisor of officials for the post in question, officials of the Echelon Echelon Echelon III and IV.
(4) the implementation of the handover ceremony in the Office of Echelon I and II, led by the Minister as well as the Echelon II, Echelon III, led by the General Secretary of the Civil Service Bureau and conducted by the co-ordinated work units that deal with keprotokolan Ministry.
(5) implementation of the handover ceremony in the Office of Echelon Echelon III and IV in the Environment Directorate-General, the Inspectorate General and/or body work done by the Secretariat of the unit respectively.
(6) Office of the Handover Ceremony held in the order of events as follows: a. the opening;

b. the reading Manuscript News Event Handover Office;

c. Script signing News Event Handover Office;

d. submission of manuscripts of the Memorandum;

e. message from the leadership of the ceremony;

f. do readings ’ a; and g. the granting of congratulations.
(7) paper the News Event Handover Office signed by officials following the handing over of Office, officials who received the position and direction of the ceremony.
Article 21 (1) in the performance of the ceremony of inauguration as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) the letter d, the officials who act as Chairman is the Minister of Ceremonies or other designated officials.
(2) the completeness of the ceremony that needs to be prepared by the related work units include: a. a letter of petition to the Minister regarding the time to officiate;

b. opening ceremonies;

c. invitation to the inauguration;

d. greeting the Minister;

e. material material or substance of the event which is required of the Minister;

f. place the ceremony of inauguration in the building, in the courtyard, on the boat or any other place;

g. souvenirs if needed;

h. host;

i. Protocol Officer;

j. layout implementation;

k. Tools loudspeakers; and b. other completeness required include inscriptions, Veil fabric, and ribbon-cutting.
(3) measures need to be undertaken with relevant agencies in order to inauguration ceremony are: a. do coordination;

b. the determination of the form of inauguration;

c. determination of the invited officials and accompanying;

d. preparation of tata's place and the ceremony; and e. confirm the presence of the invitation.
(4) preparation of invitation ceremony the inauguration by the concerned work units needs to be coordinated with the work unit: keprotokolan Secretariat General and where necessary coordinated with local government officials to the ceremony in the area.
(5) the Inauguration was marked by the signing of the inscription have to pay attention to: a. use the type of material that can last a long time;
b. for the inscription was signed by the Minister using the coat of arms of Garuda Pancasila, while for the inscription signed by officials of the Echelon I use the logo of the Ministry;
c. font color tailored to the circumstances of the material, with the size of the inscription 60 cm x 90 cm, 40 cm x 60 cm and/or comparison with 2:3; and d. the form and redaction of inscription as listed in annex IV that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
(6) the layout of spaces or places of ceremony tailored to the circumstances and place of the ceremony by observing hygiene, order, and security.
(7) the ceremony of inauguration of the reconstruction agenda as follows: a. the opening;

b. to sing the national anthem;

c. report of the project leader or organizer of the Committee;

d. greeting the Governor or Regent or Regional Head and/or officer representing it;

e. the Ministers welcome continued with the inauguration;

f. the reading of prayers;

g. review of the field; and h. suave. (8) the order of events can be adapted to existing conditions.
(9) in the event that was held to review the field need to pay attention to: a. review routes;

b. invitation following the review;

c. the officer or officers who provide an explanation;

d. the officials their relatives; and e. necessary equipment.
Section 22 (1) completeness of the opening and closing ceremonies of education and training, courses, seminars, workshops or similar events as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter e prepared by work units concerned include: a. application letter;

b. agenda;

c. the invitation;

d. greeting or Minister;

e. place the ceremony;

f. host;

g. Protocol Officer;

h. drafting the layout of the place and the ceremony;

i. Tools loudspeakers; and j. ceremony supplies.
(2) in the opening ceremony of the education and training, courses, seminars or workshops, the officials who act as the Chairman for the ceremony are: a. the Minister or the designated official of the Echelon I, when participants of the educational courses or upgrading officials Echelon II;
b. Official Echelon Echelon Officer I or II appointed, if a participant education, courses or upgrading officials Echelon III;
c. Official Echelon Echelon Officer II or III appointed, if a participant education, courses or upgrading of Echelon IV officials or staff; and d. the Minister or the designated official in accordance with the nature and scope of the seminar or workshop.
(3) in the closing ceremony of the education and training, courses, seminars or workshops, the officials who act as the Chairman for the ceremony are: a. the Minister or the designated official in accordance with the nature and scope of the seminar or workshop;

b. a Echelon I appointed officials, when participants education or course official Echelon II;
c. official Echelon Echelon Officer II or III appointed, when participants education or course official Echelon III; and d. Echelon III officials or officials of Echelon IV appointed, when participants education or course officials of Echelon IV or staff.

(4) in the event that the Minister or the Secretary General acts as the leadership of the opening and closing ceremonies, education and training courses, or opening and closing of the seminar or workshop, the preparations undertaken by the concerned work units coordinate with units of work: keprotokolan Secretariat General.
(5) in the event that the Director General, the Inspector General and/or head of the agency acting as Chairman for the opening ceremony or the closure of education, courses, seminars or workshops, the preparation is done by the work units: keprotokolan respectively.
(6) a course of education or opening ceremony was carried out with the show at least the following: a. the opening;

b. to sing the national anthem;

c. Organization of the report;

d. penyematan signs of the participants by the Chairman for the ceremony;

e. welcome the leadership of the ceremony; and f. suave.
(7) the closing ceremony of the education and training, courses, conducted by the order of the show at least the following: a. the opening;

b. Organization of the report;

c. dates of the marks by attendees of the ceremony;

d. Leadership welcome Ceremony;

e. granting congratulations; and f. suave.
(8) the opening ceremony of a seminar or workshop was carried out by order of the show at least the following: a. the opening;

b. to sing the national anthem;

c. Organization of the report;

d. greeting the Minister or the designated officer is continued with the opening; and e. suave.
(9) the closing ceremony of a seminar or workshop was carried out by order of the show at least the following: a. the opening;

b. Organization of the report;

c. greeting the Minister or the designated officer is continued with the closure; and d. suave.
(10) the arrangement of the events referred to in paragraph (6) until subsection (9) may be adapted to the situation.
Article 23 (1) graduation ceremony as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter f includes a graduation ceremony for graduates of high school, the Academy of Fisheries Fisheries and Aquaculture Businesses in Middle School the Environment Ministry. (2) graduation ceremony referred to in subsection (1) may be exercised in integrated.
(3) graduation ceremony referred to in subsection (1), the Minister or a designated officer acting as master of ceremonies.
(4) the completeness of the graduation ceremony of the need to be prepared by the work unit concerned include: a. the graduation event invitations for: 1. wisudawan;

2. parents wisudawan;

3. officials; and 4. other invitations. b. opening remarks the Minister or a designated officer acting as master of ceremonies;

c. accommodation and transportation by land, sea and air;

d. place the ceremony;

e. wisudawan;

f. agenda;

g. officers of ceremony;

h. ceremony officer;

i. host;

j. Protocol Officer;

k. the preparation ceremony and venue layout;

b. Tools loudspeakers; and d. other necessary completeness.
(5) graduation ceremony was carried out with the show at least the following: a. the graduation procession troupe;

b. graduation ceremony started;

c. the singing of the national anthem;
d. tune the inaugural high school Academy of fishery, fisheries and Fishery Business Secondary School or by the choir; e. report on education;

f. public homage to the master of ceremonies;

g. inauguration, pengalungan gordon and submission of diplomas;

h. Welcome of the Minister or the designated officer acting as master of ceremonies;

i. the phrase happy roads and tracks from choir; and j. the reading of prayers. (6) the order of events can be adapted to existing conditions.

Article 24 (1) or mutual agreement signing ceremony of cooperation agreement as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) Letter g that require keprotokolan only involving Ministers or officials of Echelon I.
(2) the completeness or mutual agreement signing ceremony of cooperation agreement needs to be prepared are: a. the invitations that are created and issued by the Secretariat General of the wing work units through the cooperation of the Ministry or related work units;
b. the creation of mutual agreement or cooperation agreement drafted by related units coordinate with the Secretariat-General through work units wing cooperation Ministry; c. greeting or Minister;

d. agenda;

e. emcee;

f. readers summary of the agreement;

g. Protocol Officer;

h. drafting the layout of the place and the ceremony;

i. Tools loudspeakers;

j. ballpoint;

k. standing pen;

b. table;

m. script folder;

n. ceremonial paraphernalia;

o. flags and the flag of the table; and v. other necessary Completeness.
(3) shared agreement signing ceremony of cooperation agreements or determined as follows: a. for pendatanganan mutual agreement or the agreement of cooperation signed by the Minister directly is as follows: 1) Ministers standing on the left and other parties stand on the right; and 2) Signing is performed concurrently by the Minister and other parties and proceed with the exchange of documents.
b. For the signing of a mutual agreement or cooperation agreement witnessed by a Minister are as follows: 1) the parties did a signing stood face to face with the Minister;
2) parties or officials at the Environment Ministry of marine and Fishery stood on the right and the other party is standing on the left; and 3) the signing of the document was done simultaneously followed by the exchange of documents and granting of congratulations from Ministers.
c. joint agreement signing ceremony of cooperation agreements or with the foreign State is set as follows: 1) Minister of State for foreign parties concerned stand to the right of the Minister;
2) when officials from the State party the foreign ambassadors, the concerned officials standing on the left of the Minister;
3) flags are placed to the right of the Foreign Minister of the country, while the large flags of foreign countries are placed on the left side of the Minister;
4) small Flags are placed on the table before the Minister while foreign countries are small flags are placed on a table in the presence of the Foreign Minister of the country concerned; and 5) at the time signed the paper of cooperation the participants of the ceremony in a State to sit or stand.
d. signing ceremony mutual agreement or cooperation agreement executed by the order of events is at least as follows: 1) opening;

2) reading of the summary of the signing of a mutual agreement or cooperation agreement;
3) shared agreement or signing the agreement of cooperation was continued with the exchange of documents; 4) welcome officials from agencies that do the same work;

5) greeting the Minister;

6) cover; suave and 7).
(4) in the case of joint signing ceremony agreement or cooperation agreement conducted by Parties of foreign countries, opening remarks delivered by the Minister in advance followed by greeting Ministers/Ambassadors of foreign countries. (5) the order of events can be tailored to the situation.
(6) the layout of the signing ceremony a mutual agreement or cooperation agreement as contained in annex V which are part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 25 (1) funeral as referred to in article 15 paragraph (1) the letter h is the funeral for officer Echelon I and II in the Environment Ministry who died.
(2) prior to the funeral, where the event was conducted at the funeral home to deliver homage to funerals and a statement of condolence to the family left behind.
(3) the completeness of implementation where the prepared by the concerned work units include: a. funeral Arrangement;

b. Leaders depart of the corpse;

c. Officers of the ceremony of the Chair bodies;

d. pallbearers;

e. Guards corpse;

f. Carrier photos of the deceased or his late;

g. Carrier wreaths;

h. host;

i. Protocol Officer;

j. Train immediately;

k. bearings (escort);

b. place a desk or laying of coffin;

m. Photos of the deceased or his late, measuring 30 x 40 cm;

n. Tool loudspeakers; and o. Completeness required.
(4) where the master of ceremonies Assignment is set as follows: a. the Echelon Officials when I died I Echelon officials; and b. a Echelon II when Officials died Echelon II officials or officials of a functional Echelon officials synchronised with the II.
(5) the procedures for the implementation of the ceremony where the bodies are as follows: a. the corpse is placed on a spot that's been prepared;
b. agenda of the release of bodies from funeral home is: 1. Welcome heirs or families proceed with the handover of the bodies;

2. Welcome the leader's departure with the dead;

3. Report of officers ceremony about the Chair bodies;

4. Veneration of relics; c. the Chair bodies; and d. upon the bodies removed from the funeral home attendees delivered a tribute. (6) implementation of the Ordinance where the bodies can be adapted to existing conditions.
(7) the completeness of funeral rites which need to be prepared by the concerned work units include: a. the order of events;

b. master of ceremonies;

c. Officers of the ceremony;

d. officers of the clergy;

e. pallbearers;

f. Guards corpse;

g. Carrier photos of the deceased or his late;

h. Carrier wreaths;

i. family, relatives, guests;

j. preparation of tata's place and the ceremony; and k. officer or supervisor directly from the deceased or his late or representing.
(8) in a funeral that act as master of ceremonies is: a. a Minister or official of the Echelon I appointed officials who died when Echelon I; and b. a Echelon I or Official Representative, who died when officials of the Echelon II or functional synchronised with officials officials of the Echelon II.

(9) work units responsible for the preparation and implementation of the cemetery is determined as follows: a. in the case of the deceased or his late is I and II-Echelon officials working in the Secretariat-General of the environment, then the mengoordinir implementation of the funeral preparations are limited is a work unit: keprotokolan Secretariat General; and b. in the case of the deceased or his late is I and II-Echelon officials working in the Environment Directorate-General, the Inspectorate-General or the body, then the mengoordinir implementation of the preparation of the funeral are limited is the environmental Secretariat organizational units respectively.
(10) the procedures for the implementation of the funeral are limited is determined as follows: a. Participant funeral has come and occupy the place that has been determined;

b. The ceremonial officer ready at each position;

c. the bodies arrived at the cemetery in place on top of the liang lahat;

d. report of the officers of the ceremony to the leader of the ceremony that the corpse was ripe and ready to be buried;
e. agenda: 1. Opening;

2. Reading of the history of life;

3. A reading of the decision letter of promotion if any;

4. burial Procession in accordance with the religious beliefs of the deceased or his late;

5. Decrease the corpse to the liang lahat;
6. Hoarding liang lahat symbolically carried out successively by the leadership of the ceremony and the representative of the family, further hoarding was conducted by officers of the Tomb; 7. the leaders Welcome the ceremony;

8. Welcome the heirs;

9. Prayer according to their respective religion;
10. The laying of wreaths by the leader of the ceremony, attended by family, dignitaries or by invitation; and 11. Cover.
(11) the implementation of funeral rites are limited can be adapted to existing conditions.
Article 26 (1) the solemnization of the release of an employee who retired as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) letter i symbolically and coincide on the anniversary of the proclamation of independence on August 17, or the day of the archipelago.
(2) in addition to the release ceremony, units of work of employees who retire can organise the ceremonial release of employees who retire.
(3) the completeness of the employee retirement release ceremony that need to be prepared by the concerned work units include: a. invitation to retired employees and employees in the work unit concerned;

b. agenda;

c. host;

d. Protocol Officer;

e. Tools loudspeakers;

f. preparation of tata's place and the ceremony; and g. Mementos for employees who have already retired.
(4) in the release of a retired employee can be awarded as follows: a. Charter of devotion to the service of devotion in the country during the work of the Ministry; and b. a keepsake.
(5) the release Ceremony retired officers executed the order of events is at least as follows: a. opening remarks by the Chairman of the concerned work units;

b. the Greeting message and impression of the retired employees;

c. submission of reminiscences;

d. reading of the prayer; and e. suave.
Article 27 the clothes used in the ceremony as stipulated in article 12 and to article 26 is set as follows: a. the participants wear uniforms or other clothing Ministry designated by the competent authority in the flag ceremony.
b. participants wore the uniform of independence, trousers or a skirt is blue and black caps or other clothing which is specified by the competent authority in attending the swearing ceremony of civil servants.
c. Clothing worn in ceremonial inauguration officials Echelon I arranged as follows: 1) if officials appointed men, dressed in Civilian Clothes complete (PSL) wear caps while when officials appointed a woman, wearing national dress; 2) Director of the ceremony, the witnesses, and the Civilian clothing Complete invitation (PSL);
3) the wife and the wife I Echelon officials officials of Echelon I appointed a national dress, while her husband appointed officials wearing civilian dress complete (PSL);
4) invitation of Echelon officers I and II Civil dress complete (PSL), whereas other invitations to customize.
d. Clothing worn in ceremonial inauguration officials Echelon II is set as follows: 1) if officials appointed men, dressed in Civilian Clothes complete (PSL) wear caps while when officials appointed a woman, wearing national dress; 2) Director of ceremony and witnesses, Full Civil dress (PSL);
3) invited officials of the wife and the wife of officials appointed national dress, while the husband of officials appointed Full Civil dress (PSL); and 4) invitation of Echelon officers I and II Civil dress complete (PSL), whereas other invitations to customize.
e. Clothing used in the inauguration ceremony of the officials of the Echelon III and IV are arranged as follows: 1) if officials appointed men, dressed in Civilian Clothes complete (PSL) wear caps while when officials appointed a woman, wearing national dress; 2) Director of ceremony and witnesses, Full Civil dress (PSL); and 3) Daily Service dress invitation (PDH).
f. Clothing worn for the handover ceremony the Minister and officials of the Echelon I arranged as follows: 1) the officials who conduct the handover Office and officials who witnessed the full Civil dress (PSL); 2 Civilian dress Complete invitation) (PSL); and 3) wives of officials conduct the handover Office and invited national dress while her husband Full Civil dress (PSL).
g. Clothes used for the ceremonial handover of Office official Echelon II is set as follows: 1) the officials who conduct the handover Office and officials who witnessed the full Civil dress (PSL); 2) invitation of civil dressed daily (PSH); and 3) wife invited officials and appointed national dress, while her husband dressed Civilian daily (PSH).
h. Clothes worn for ceremonial handover of Office official Echelon Echelon III and IV, for officials who perform handover, officials who watched the Daily Service dress and invitations (PDH).
i. Clothes worn in ceremonial inauguration is Daily Office Outfits (PDH) or other clothing that is specified by the competent authority or tailored to the location and condition of the place of the inauguration.
j. Clothing used in the opening and closing ceremonies, Educational courses, Seminars or Workshops is a daily Office Outfits (PDH) or other clothing that is specified by the competent authority or tailored to the location and condition of the inauguration of the event venue. k. Clothes worn in the graduation ceremony is a full civilian dress (PSL).
b. the clothing worn in ceremonial signing of a mutual agreement or cooperation agreement is the full civilian dress (PSL) or other clothing that is specified by the competent authority.
m. Clothing worn by the celebrant well in the event of a release of bodies from funeral home or funeral in the cemetery was Full of civilian Clothing (PSL), while officers of the ceremony dressed in the clothes of the daily Office (PDH).
n. Clothing worn in Ceremonial release of employees who Retire are Full civilian dress (PSL) or batik, for employees of the Retired men and women of their clothes, batik, as well as the other participants/invitation.
CHAPTER VI TATA TRIBUTE Article 28 (1) State officials, government officials, officials of the Organization of the regional government, community leaders, and representatives of foreign countries in the event of the Union or the official tribute.
(2) a tribute as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. Reverence to the flag;

b. the Tribute with the national anthem;

c. tribute to the corpse; and d. other reverence.
Article 29 Tata honoured as stipulated in article 28 paragraph (2) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

CHAPTER VII MEETING of article 30 of the activities of the meeting consists of: a. leadership meetings;

b. national coordination meetings;

c. technical coordination meetings;

d. meeting of the antarkementerian;

e. staff meetings; and f. other meetings.

Article 31 (1) Leadership Meeting referred to in article 30 of the letter a is held at least once a month or as needed or demand management.
(2) the completeness of the leadership meeting as referred to in subsection (1) prepared by the concerned work units include: a. the invitation to all the Echelon officials I;

b. materials meeting the leadership of a number of Echelon I prepared by each work unit;

c. room;

d. Office of the signboard of the participants;

e. preparation of tata's place and the ceremony; and f. other necessary completeness. (3) a meeting of the leadership chaired by Ministers or officials of Echelon I appointed Minister.
(4) a meeting attended by officials of the leadership Echelon I and/or Echelon Officer II, and as the court reporter is the head of work unit wing keprotokolan Secretariat General or designated officials.
(5) in certain circumstances, according to the instructions of the Minister may be exercised limited leadership meeting chaired by the Secretary-General or other Echelon officials or appropriate referral I Minister.
Article 32 (1) a national coordination meeting of the Ministry as stipulated in article 31 letter b held in one year.
(2) in order to smooth implementation of the national coordination meeting of the Ministry as referred to in paragraph (1) the Minister may establish a national coordination meeting of the Committee in the Ministry.
(3) the completeness of national coordination meeting of the Ministry referred to in subsection (1) prepared by the Committee include the following: a. the invitation;

b. materials work meetings;

c. host;

d. Protocol Officer;

e. readers prayer;

f. court reporter;

g. order of events;

h. resource;

i. souvenirs;

j. national coordination meeting Handbook;

k. Office of the signboard of the participants;


b. preparation of the grammar of the place and the ceremony; and d. other necessary completeness.
(4) the national coordination meeting of the Ministry is headed by the Minister, with the meeting participants work are: a. the officials of the Ministry of environment in Echelon;

b. a Echelon officials of the Ministry of the environment II;

c. The head of the Department of marine and fisheries of the province;

d. The head of the Department of marine and Fisheries appointed district/city;

e. The Head Unit in the Ministry of Environment Technical Implementers; and f. Working Partners.
(5) the order of the opening ceremony of the national coordination meeting of the Ministry at least is as follows: a. the opening;

b. to sing the national anthem;

c. report of the Chairman of the Organizer;

d. the Minister Welcome continued opening statement; and e. suave. (6) the order of events can be adapted to existing conditions.

Article 33 (1) meeting the technical work referred to in article 30 of the letter c is the meeting organized by the work unit echelons I in Environment Ministries to evaluate the implementation of the work programme of each as well as the forthcoming work programme.
(2) the completeness of technical working meetings referred to in subsection (1) prepared by the concerned work units include: a. the invitation;

b. meeting materials;

c. layout;

d. agenda;

e. Office of the signboard of the participants;

f. preparation of tata's place and the ceremony; and g. other necessary completeness.
(3) the arrangement of the opening event of the technical work of the meeting are as follows: a. the opening;

b. to sing the national anthem;

c. report of the Secretary-General, the Director-General, the Inspector General and/or head of the Agency;

d. greeting the Minister when opened by the Minister; and e. welcoming.
Article 34 (1) meeting of the Antarkementerian referred to in article 30 of the letter d is the meeting organized by the Ministry involving other ministries in accordance with their needs.
(2) the completeness of Meeting Antarkementerian as referred to in subsection (1) prepared by the concerned work units include: a. the invitation;

b. meeting materials;

c. layout;

d. Office of the signboard of the participants;

e. preparation of tata's place and the ceremony; and f. other necessary completeness.
(3) the arrangement of the meeting between ministries is as follows: a. the opening;

b. submission of welcome;

c. implementation of the meetings between the ministries; and d. the cover. (4) the order of events can be adapted to existing conditions.

Article 35 (1) staff meetings referred to in article 30 of the letter e can be organized at least once a week or as needed.
(2) the implementation of staff meetings referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the leadership of their respective work units.
Article 36 Organization of the meetings referred to in article 30 of the letter f is adapted to the needs and conditions.

CHAPTER VIII WORKING VISITS Working visits are Considered Part of the Interior of article 37 (1) the completeness required at the event visit the domestic work is: a. a notification letter to the head of the area to be visited;

b. schedule of events visit work;
c. preparation of accommodation, including the completion of the hotel or the guesthouse and room settings to other groups; d. the management and ticketing;

e. Official Companion;

f. working visit Materials; and g. other necessary Completeness.
(2) the completeness of the working visit of the Interior coordinated with the Department of Marine Affairs and fisheries, the Sir as well as agencies or related work unit either in the Centre or in the area.
(3) the preparation of the event visit the domestic work as intended in paragraph (1) is conducted by: a. work Unit wing keprotokolan Ministry, coordinating with related parties either in the Centre or in the region; and b. the concerned work units, coordinate with related parties either in the Centre or in the area in the visits carried out by the officials of the Echelon I.
(4) the show visits work, once approved by the Minister delivered by work units that deal with keprotokolan Ministry delivered to local governments for the preparation of the implementation in the region.
(5) the show visits work, after recommended by officials of Echelon I, by work units that deal with keprotokolan the Ministry submitted to the local government.
(6) the preparation of material for the working visit conducted by the work unit echelons I related and coordinating a work unit that handles PR ministries.
The second part of the working Visits Abroad of article 38 (1) of the working Visits abroad is on an official visit to a country.
(2) a work Visit to a foreign country that requires official work visit is keprotokolan which is only done by the Minister in terms of: a. the invitation of State or agency or foreign institution;

b. Attend State ceremonies;

c. the Government of the Republic of Indonesia of the assignment; and d. the visit other official work.
(3) the official working Visits abroad, needed permission from the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and notified to the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia which passed though only for purposes of transit.
(4) the official working visit of Minister Events abroad are arranged together and coordinated with representatives of the concerned countries as well as representatives of the Republic of Indonesia abroad and the Foreign Ministry.
(5) the comprehensiveness needs to be prepared by the work units that deal with foreign-related cooperation event official visits abroad include: a. the itineraries of visit;

b. statement of permission from the Minister to the President;
c. letter of request for exit permit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at a time of application for visa cover letter to the Embassy of the country of destination; d. application to the destination countries for countries that require a visa.
(6) the comprehensiveness needs to be prepared by the work unit that handles the keprotokolan event of the associated Ministry official visits abroad include: a. a ticket and travel route;

b. Accommodation;

c. souvenirs; and d. other necessary Completeness.
(7) the completion of the completeness of the coordinated with relevant agencies in foreign countries, representatives of the Republic of Indonesia abroad and other agencies in the country concerned.
(8) the preparation of material for the visits undertaken work units that deal with foreign cooperation agencies and coordinate with related work units.
(9) further Provisions regarding the show's official visits abroad are based on the provisions of the legislation which governs about a trip abroad in the Environment Ministry.
CHAPTER IX ACCEPTANCE and SERVICING GUEST VISIT Article 39 types of receipts and guest Visits Service consists of: a. guest Visits abroad;

b. visits of representatives of foreign countries and international organizations in Indonesia; and c. guest Visits in the country.

Article 40 (1) Guest Visits abroad as stipulated in article 39 the letter a can on the initiative of the Government concerned or at the invitation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia.
(2) activities to be done with respect to the presence of foreign guests visit on the initiative of the Government in question is carried out as follows: a. coordination with the Embassy of the Country concerned as to the arrival or guest visit or the officials in question, as well as the preparation of the show visits; and b. coordination with the Foreign Ministry or other agencies as deemed necessary.
(3) having obtained foreign guests visit schedule performed activities preparation of comprehensiveness include: a. a meeting place which is equipped with an image of Garuda Pancasila, a photo of President and Vice President, as well as the flag of the country; b. the seating arrangements;

c. souvenirs; and d. other necessary Completeness.
(4) in the case of official reception abroad at the invitation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, preparation of equipment during the visit in Indonesia needs to be done is as follows: a. the schedule of visits to the event;

b. do the coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
c. preparation of VIP Room Soekarno Hatta, Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport, or coordinate with the Secretariat of State; d. Official VIP Room their relatives to the airport, arrival and departure;

e. escort Officials during the visit in Indonesia;

f. the escort during the visit in Indonesia, coordinating with the police of the Republic of Indonesia;

g. Protocol to escort during the visit in Indonesia;

h. transportation, coordinate with the Secretariat of State;

i. Hotels, coordinate with the related country's Embassy; and j. souveniers.
(5) activities of keprotokolan visit the official guests outside the country conducted by: a. work Unit that handles keprotokolan Ministry to visit guest is a guest Minister; and b. a work Unit that handles the keprotokolan Echelon unit I in guest visits is the official guest of Echelon I, which in practice can be coordinated with work units that deal with keprotokolan Ministry.
Article 41 (1) in the reception of Ambassadors or representatives of foreign countries and heads of international organizations in representatives of Indonesia as stipulated in article 40 letters a prepared comprehensiveness include: a. a meeting place which is equipped with an image of Garuda Pancasila, a photo of President and Vice President, as well as the flag of the country; b. the officials accompanying the Minister when there is;

c. souvenirs;

d. meeting materials; and e. other necessary completeness.
(2) steps that need to be done in terms of the reception of foreign guests are as follows: a. coordination with related embassies about the schedule and the intention of the visit; and b. coordination with the Foreign Ministry and other work units.
Article 42 (1) in front of the Interior referred to in letter a of article 40 which includes government officials, NGOs, community leaders prepared or comprehensiveness include:

a. meeting place equipped with the image of Garuda Pancasila, a photo of President and Vice President, as well as the flag of the country; b. the officials accompanying the Minister when there is;

c. souvenirs;

d. meeting materials; and e. other necessary completeness.
(2) steps that need to be done in terms of reception in the country are as follows: a. coordination of timetables and the intention of the visit; and b. Coordination regarding security measures are necessary.
CHAPTER X, Article 43 OFFICIAL BANQUETS in honor of the guests with the Minister-level officials or Echelon I from abroad, in the event of the introduction or release of an official meal held guests.

Article 44 formal meal Types as stipulated in article 43 consists of: a. the breakfast meeting the meeting or meeting activities ¸ in the morning and beginning with breakfast or lunch;
b. brunch, served as breakfast and it is held at about 10.00 to precede lunch;
c. lunch, usually held in a restaurant (restaurant), or place specified by the Minister and usually take place between 12.00-14.00;
d. dinner, held at the Brasserie (restaurant), or place specified by the Minister took place at 19:00 – 21.00;
e. the cocktail, held between the hours 19.00 20.30 – that precedes dinner while waiting for the presence of all the invitations; and f. hospitality is done in a series celebrating religious holidays.

Article 45 (1) to order and smooth venue official meal as stipulated in article 44 the things that need to be prepared by the work units that deal with keprotokolan Ministries include: a. make a list of the invited dignitaries to requested approval of the Minister;

b. prepare an invitation;

c. reservations and arrange the food menu will be presented with the approval of the Minister;
d. Special for lunch and dinner set sitting in accordance with the position or the position of an invite and be invited; e. agenda;

f. welcome;

g. souvenirs;

h. instrument loudspeakers;

i. list of confirmation; and j. the completeness required.
Article 46 seating arrangements in the event of a formal meal as stipulated in article 44 is determined as follows: a. in the event that the Minister or official of the Echelon I acted as host, the most respected officials sit down face to face with the Minister/acting Echelon I, or sitting on the right and flanked by officials of the Republic of Indonesia's most senior;
b. If the official meal, Minister/acting Echelon I and guests were in attendance, along with his wife, sitting arranged a pulsating between men and women, namely the wives of Ministers sitting at the right hand of honored guests, while the wives of honored guests sit to the right of the Minister;
c. on lunch or dinner seating arrangements of women should not be placed at the end of the table; d. seating arrangements in the official meal can be adapted to existing conditions; and e. the clothes used in the event of a formal meal is Complete Civilian Clothing (PSL) or other clothing that is adapted to the time and place of the event.
CHAPTER XI the COORDINATION of article 47 (1) any activity or Environment Ministry official events attended by the President, Vice President, and/or coordinating Minister for protocol officers, mandatory coordination meetings.
(2) units of Echelon I will carry out an event or activity must be attended by the Minister is obligated to consult and coordinate with work units that deal with keprotokolan Ministry.
(3) in each meeting of the consultation or coordination, invitation meeting mandatory present or represented to officials or staff: meeting goals and purpose.
Article 48 (1) in any of the official events of the implementation, the Protocol Officer is obligated to conduct a survey of the readiness of venues and events.
(2) at least one (1) day prior to the event, a mandatory protocol officers checking the preparation, carrying out a gross and a net.
(3) at least two (2) hours before the event began, the officer checking the Protocol final preparations of the event. (4) the Protocol Officer is obligated to check the completeness and supplies every event to be executed.
(5) the parties related to the implementation of a must coordinate with the attendant Protocol in implementing activities involving ministers, Secretary Generals and State officials both civil, Military or police.
(6) in addition to the safeguards publicly, a safeguard against the Minister or the leadership conducted in closed through coordination with the parties concerned.
Article 49 (1) any activity or event that was attended by the Minister or delegated to officials and Echelon I mandatory accompanied by officers of the Protocol.
(2) any activity or event that was attended by the Minister accompanied by mandatory officials Echelon I and/or at least Echelon II wing activity or that is related to the implementation of the activities.
(3) any activity that is only attended by officials of the Echelon I in terms of service keprotokolan carried out by officers of the Protocol work units each.
CHAPTER XII the CONSTRUCTION of article 50 (1) the construction of the keprotokolan made directly or indirectly in the work units that deal with keprotokolan Ministry covering the activities of planning, execution, dissemination, education and training, technical guidance, forum communications keprotokolan, monitoring, surveillance, and evaluation activities of the keprotokolan.
(2) the construction of the keprotokolan in the Ministry of the environment as referred to in subsection (1) is generally performed by a Bureau Chief.
CHAPTER XIII miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 51 (1) A Functional Officials, officials of other official, a former official of the structurally, Certain community leaders, the leadership of community organizations, former head of the unit in the Ministry of Environment Technical Implementers with Structural Officials based on the rank of the officers/Officials for functional and Structural Officials concerned.
(2) A Functional Officials, officials of other official, a former official of the structurally, Certain community leaders, the leadership of community organizations, former head of the Unit in the Ministry of Environment Technical Implementers with Structural Officials, determined as follows: a. functional officer IV/e equivalent to Echelon officials I;
b. functional officer IV/d, other Official, a former official of the Echelon I, community leaders, the leadership of community organizations, on par with officials in Echelon II;
c. functional officer IV/IV/b and c, a former official of the Echelon II and former head of the Technical sector Implementing marine and Fisheries officials on par with Echelon III; d. functional class III officials/d and IV/a is equivalent to Echelon IV officials.
(3) A only for certain events, which are in practice determined by the leadership of the work unit concerned.
CHAPTER XIV CONCLUDING Article 52 at the time of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force, then the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 15/DOWNLOAD/2006 concerning general guidelines Keprotokolan in the Environment Department of marine and Fisheries was revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 53 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on March 26, 2013 the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, SHARIF c. SUTARDJO Enacted in Jakarta on April 2, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn529-2013 fnFooter ();