Regulations Of The Institution Of Witness Protection And Victim Number 6 In 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Lembaga Perlindungan Saksi dan Korban Nomor 6 Tahun 2010

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bn502-2010 REGULATORY AGENCY CHIEF WITNESS PROTECTION and VICTIM number 6 in 2010 ABOUT the PROCEDURES for the GRANT of PROTECTION of WITNESSES and VICTIMS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY WITNESS PROTECTION AGENCY and CHAIRMAN of the victim, Whereas recalled:: a. b. c. d. 1. 2. that the criminal justice process relies heavily on the evidence of witnesses, among others, required in support of law enforcement to uncover criminal acts badly needed his presence a top witness testimony objectively. that the LPSK vouch for safety protection to witnesses and/or victims in giving information on any criminal justice process; that the provisions of law No. 13 of 2006 on the protection of witnesses and Victims especially regarding the procedures for the grant of Protection was felt still less can be implemented in detail so that needs to be done further settings; that based on considerations as intent on the letter a, letter b, letter c, and hence the need to establish Regulatory Agency Chief witness protection and victims about the Ordinances Granting the protection of witnesses and victims; Act No. 13 of 2006 on the protection of witnesses and Victims (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2006 Number 64, Supplement Sheet Republic of Indonesia Tahum 4635); The decision of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 65/P in 2008 About the appointment of members of the institution of witness protection and victims; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id: Set the RULES CHAIRMAN DECIDE PROTECTION of WITNESSES and VICTIMS ABOUT the ORDINANCES GRANTING the PROTECTION of WITNESSES and victims. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation which in the mean with: 1. Protection of witnesses and victims who subsequently abbreviated LPSK is the institution in charge and authorized to provide protection and other rights to Witnesses and/or Victims as provided for in the bi laws. 2. The Chairman of the LPSK is the leadership of the LPSK is also a member of and elected from and by members of the LPSK. 3. Members of the LPSK is the one who appointed and dismissed with the approval of the House of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia which duties and responsibilities within the scope of the protection of witnesses and victims. 4. Plenary meeting of members of the LPSK is the forum meeting to the highest decision-making LPSK. 5. The witness is a person who can provide information to the interests of the investigation, investigation, prosecution and examination in the court hearing of a matter the crime he heard himself, he sees himself, and/or he experienced. 6. The victim is a person suffering physical, mental, and/or economic loss caused by a criminal act. 7. Protection is all the efforts the fulfillment of rights and the granting of aid to provide a sense of security to Witnesses and/or Victims must be carried out by the LPSK or any other institution in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 13 of 2006 on the protection of witnesses and victims. 8. Physical Protection is protection to ensure a sense of security to the witnesses that include protection of personal safety, his family and possessions. These include physical protection prevention actions against laws that endanger the lives, health, wholeness of body that can not be reduced, security and property of the witness. 9. non physical Protection is the Act of witness protection to ensure the safety and comfort of the witnesses. This includes protection of non physical mental and psychological aspects of witnesses as well as other support to witnesses to make sure witnesses feel comfortable in giving information in the judicial process. 10. Threats are all forms of acts that inflict the consequences, whether direct or indirect, resulting in Witnesses and/or Victims felt fear and/or be forced to do or not do something with regard to the giving of testimony in a criminal justice peruses. 11. Dangerous to the soul is bringing accident (disaster, misery, loss) against the spirit of man which is in the body. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 12. Monitoring is a series of action figure out, observe, analyze, and obtain information on the implementation in the giving of appropriate protection of the results of the Plenary Meeting. 13. Investigation and/or clarification is all forms of activities and efforts attempt to get data and information or description someone apply protection to LPSK so as to whether or not the petition and to be protected. 14. Application for receipt of the Unit which further shortened UP2 LPSK is the unit on duty to provide the service of acceptance of application protection for witnesses and victims who linked the implementation of the functions and tasks of the institution of witness protection and victim. 15. the task force hereinafter abbreviated Satgas LPSK is led by members of the LPSK and members that consists of expert staff and support staff LPSK. 16. Field Protection is one of the fields in the structure of the LPSK chaired by 1 (one) person in charge of the LPSK Members and is responsible for implementing the grant of protection to witnesses and/or victims according the results of the Plenary meeting of members of the LPSK. 17. The circumstances of a particular situation and condition is where the position of witnesses and/or victims of harm to himself or family over his salvation. Article 2 the purpose of this legislation is to meet the needs of the existence of procedures for the grant of protection for witnesses and victims in order to optimize the service by LPSK so it can be implemented with a code of conduct in accordance with the legislation. Article 3 the principle of these regulations are: a. the Confidentiality that is all the process of granting a protection based on the principle of confidentiality to protect witnesses and victims b. Legal certainty, namely the existence of a guarantee legally either substances or procedures in pelaksaan the granting of protection. c. Non-discrimination in the granting of protection do not distinguish the race, religion, ethnic, tribal, social or economic status. d. Transparent in giving protection procedures carried out with openness. e. Accountability in providing full protection can be legally entailed. CHAPTER II the TERMS and PROCEDURES for the APPLICATION for PROTECTION is considered part of the Application of article 4 (1) Witnesses and/or victims to obtain mandatory protection apply in writing to the Chairman of the LPSK. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id (2) a written Application referred to in subsection (1), given sufficient postage labels. (3) the written Application referred to in subsection (1) may be filed by: a. applicants who come in person or through his family; b. Through the competent authority, among other things: 1) law enforcement officers who have the authority to conduct the investigation; 2) establishments that are given authority in the legislation to provide protection of witnesses and/or victims; and 3) the agency or the Commission, which has the authority to protect the witnesses and/or victims; c. through the power of the law by showing power of Attorney from the applicant; and/or victims; d. by mail and/or electronic documents. (4) the provisions concerning the procedures for the acceptance of the application for protection, regulated further by Regulation LPSK. The second part of the requirements of article 5 (1) a written Application referred to in article 4 can follow up by researching the LPSK UP2 upper completeness requirement application protection. (2) research upon the completeness requirements as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the Formyl; and b. Material. Article 6 (1) material Requirements referred to in article 6 letter a contains among other things: a. full name, nickname, nickname; b. place/date of birth; c. gender; d. the address ID and/or the address of the place of residence (residence/domicile); e. number of ID CARD or other identity; f. religion; g. marital status; h. work; i. the place of work; j. education; and k. the number and names of family members. (2) in addition to meeting the requirements referred to in subsection (1), the applicant is obliged to fill out the form on the application for acceptance of the LPSK UP2. (3) the research requirements of the formyl as mentioned on paragraph (1), can examine additional data requirements of other identities include: a. family card Rapporteur; b. marriages Rapporteur; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


c. the complainant's birth certificate; d. Document the financial (banking); and e. the insurance Documents (if any); Article 7 (1) the requirements of the material referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) contains the b hurub, among others: a. a chronological/a short blurb about the events experienced by its own top threats related to matters on the face; b. documents of the applicant's position as the authentic witnesses and/or victims; c. document authentic as stated on the letter b, to show that petitioner is witnesses and/or victims of the crime or victims of human rights violations (human rights); d. other documents pertaining to a petition submitted according to the instructions of the LPSK UP2; and e. If possible, can refer to the identity of an alleged perpetrator of pengancam; (2) in addition to the material requirements as referred to in paragraph (1), may collect information relating to data subjects, among others: a. results of the News of the proceedings (BAP); b. the nature of the importance of testimony in the case; c. summons police or Prosecutor's Office or court; d. Mail reports or information to the related officials: police State, the Commission, the Government, local governments, concerned over his testimony as rapporteur; e. a letter from the relevant agencies on the case; The third section the procedures for Applying article 8 (1) an applicant who comes directly or through his legal authority as referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter a and letter c, submit the application and requirements to the LPSK UP2. (2) the Application has been accepted if not yet satisfy the requirements of the completeness of the file, UP2 LPSK can request to the applicant to promptly complete the appropriate requirements in the provisions of this rule. .. (3) if all requirements have been met and the file is completed by the applicant's witnesses and/or victims themselves or by the power of his law, mandatory LPSK UP2 give proof of receipt of the petition and include your registration number. Article 9 (1) an applicant for protection addressed to the Chairman of the LPSK via mail or request the competent authority referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) letter b, the Chairman of the applicant's pleas to continue the LPSK UP2 LPSK to do further research about the completeness of the corresponding requirements in the provisions of this regulation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id (2) in order to obtain a fulfillment of the completeness of the file the petition for protection, UP2 LPSK can coordinate to officials of authority or apply. (3) in addition to requirements as referred to in article 6 and article 7, may seek LPSK UP2 data or additional information pertaining to the matter are, among others: a. results of the News of the proceedings (BAP); b. the nature of the importance of testimony in the case; c. summons police or Prosecutor's Office or court; d. Mail reports or information to the related officials: police State, the Commission, the Government, local governments, concerned over his testimony as rapporteur; e. a letter from the relevant agencies on the case; Article 10 (1) an applicant who is applying for and have yet to meet the requirements referred to in article 6 and article 7, is given a time limit to complete the most permohonanannya files longer than 30 (thirty) days since the application for protection is lodged to the LPSK. (2) if within the time limit of thirty (30) days referred to in subsection (1), the applicant does not complete the requirements, their petition was declared unacceptable. (3) the petition already considered complete by UP2 LPSK, produced a treatise application protection. Part four Investigations and/or clarification of article 11 of the Data and information obtained as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3), if still required deepening against the applicant, UP2 LPSK can conduct investigations and/or clarification to the applicant as well as to officials dealing with the matter. Article 12 (1) the investigation and/or clarification, carried out to explore the nature of the importance of witnesses or victims, and/or the level of threats that endanger themselves applicant. (2) investigation and/or clarification as referred to in subsection (1) done by UP2 LPSK, onsite or at the location where the position of the applicant and/or the position of the officials who deal with the matter in question. (3) implementation of Investigation and/or clarification as referred to in paragraph (2), LPSK Members can be followed and/or can include staff experts or other staff of the LPSK, based on needs or instructions LPSK Chairman. Article 13 the results of the Investigation referred to in article 12, is part treatise application protection and accountable by UP2 LPSK, Plenary meeting to ask members. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id Plenary meeting of the Fifth member of the LPSK Plenary meeting of clause 14 of the members of the applicant's petition, discuss the LPSK protection, to take a decision is accepted or turned the petition of the applicant. Article 15 (1) in case the decision of the Meeting Plenary LPSK refused plea, LPSK is obliged to notify in writing to the applicant with the reason for his refusal to be accompanied. (2) a notice in writing to the applicant referred to in subsection (1), given at least three (3) days after the decision. (3) in case the decision of the Meeting Plenary LPSK received the applicant's petition, LPSK is agreed in writing to the applicant, the authority of law, of his family, or the competent authority to apply the protection that their petition had been received. (4) the decision of the Plenary meeting of the members of the applicant's plea to accept the LPSK as referred to in paragraph (3), the decision is a determination. (5) the provisions concerning the procedures for the decision-making Plenary meeting of the meeting of members of the LPSK, governed more by Regulation LPSK. Article 16 (1) the decision of the Plenary meeting of members of the LPSK as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (4) contains: a. the classification of the case or matter: heavy, medium, or mild encountered by the applicant; b. Forms of protection afforded to the applicant; or c. grant the fulfillment of procedural rights. (2) the provisions of the decision of the Plenary meeting of members of the LPSK as referred to in paragraph (1), follow up by areas of protection. CHAPTER III the PREPARATION of the GRANT of PROTECTION is considered part of the field of the protection of article 17 Field Protection follow-up Plenary meeting of members of the LPSK by crafting a plan of activities implementation of protection, by preparing, among others: a. letter of notice to the applicant, that their petition was received with copy as necessity; b. letter of notification to the Agency where the applicant's involvement in the criminal matter be handled; c. waiver's willingness to follow the terms of protection for the applicant; d. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id and the concept of an agreement between the applicant and the LPSK. Article 18 (1) the field of the protection of the LPSK replacing one member of the LPSK, assisted by one individual experts and some other staff responsible for administering the fulfillment of the protection of witnesses or victims. (2) the responsibility of the field officer charged to Protection as referred to in subsection (1) based on the basic tasks and functions embedded as on basic tasks and functions of the LPSK. (3) in addition to the provisions referred to in subsection (2), in terms of providing protection to the witnesses and/or victims Protection Field, basing on the results of the Plenary meeting of the members of the LPSK load referred to in article 16. Article 19 (1) be responsible for the protection of areas of certainty that witnesses and/or victims protection programme entered the LPSK after notice of their petition is received by the concerned immediately to sign the affidavit of willingness, and signed a Treaty of protection between the LPSK with the applicant. (2) in order to guarantee the certainty of the top witnesses and/or victims protection programme LPSK entered into as referred to in paragraph (1), the field could bring the Protection concerned is dating in the Office LPSK. (3) in the case of witnesses and/or victims not to be present at LPSK because of something the situation and conditions for concerned does not allow to be present in the offices of the LPSK then officials in the field of Protection can sign in question where he lived. The second part of the Treaty of protection and article 20 Willingness Statements before signing a Treaty of protection, the applicant is obliged to understand the concept of Covenant protection containing the material as follows: a. the Comparisons, that is the thing that explains the position of the parties; b. a recital, that the thing that describes the position and/or authorities of the parties; c. the underlying Thing in making the agreement; d. classification of protection; e. Forms of protection; f. the rights and obligations of the parties; g. time limits agreement or stopping of protection; h. changes/Addendum; and i. the budget. Article 21 (1) of the Covenant as Party Chairman of the LPSK first and Second Party as the applicant, hereinafter called each of the parties. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


(2) a protection Agreement as referred to in paragraph (1), be considered valid if signed above sufficient postage labels by the parties with a double 2 (two) original and held by each party. (3) the agreement Letter example created in attachments that are an integral part of this regulation. Section 22 (1) an affidavit of a willingness to follow the terms and conditions of protection of witnesses and victims as in the provisions of the legislation, which has been signed by witnesses and/or victims, is an inseparable part of the protection. (2) examples of the format of the statement of willingness as referred to in subsection (1) is made in the annex are an integral part of this regulation. Article 23 Protection Program is declared in effect since the Treaty of protection and the statement of willingness by the parties as stipulated in article 21 and article 22. CHAPTER IV HANDLING the GRANT of PROTECTION Part I Classification of case/case Article 24 classification of cases as referred to in article 16 paragraph (1) letter a tailored to the seriousness or importance of the information and the threats faced by witnesses and/or victims include: a. the weight; b. medium; and c. lightly. Article 25 Classification of case/case weight as stipulated in article 24 the letter a include: a. his testimony could reveal the findings of the Country reach a nominal losses of at least 1 billion dollars; b. criminal act by a corporate or instansional or number of perpetrators are together more than 3 (three) persons; c. criminal events committed by public officials or public figures so as to attract the attention of the community, the position of the witness can be komsumsi news coverage by mass media print or electronic; d. know your own plans, heard the crime; e. can reveal a network of evil conspiracy against criminal acts include: 1. corruption; 2. terrorism; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 3. Narcotics; 4. severe human rights violations. f. threats faced by witnesses and/or his family as well as his treasures very seriously to threaten his soul if reveal event pidananya; and/or g. nature of the importance of witnesses. Article 26 Classification of case/cases are being referred to in Article 22 of the letter b in the testimony, among others: a. can reveal the findings of the country's losses; b. criminal act by a corporate or instansional; c. find out, hear your own plans a crime; d. can reveal a network of evil conspiracy against criminal acts include: 1. corruption; 2. terrorism; 3. the narcotic drugs; 4. severe human rights violations. e. threats faced by witnesses seriously to threaten his soul if reveal event pidananya; and/or f. nature of the importance of witnesses. Article 27 the classification of mild cases as stipulated in article 24 of the letter c testimony, among others: a. can reveal the findings of the country's losses; b. criminal act by a corporate or instansional; c. find out, hear your own plans a crime; d. can reveal a network of evil conspiracy against criminal acts include: 1. corruption; 2. terrorism; 3. the narcotic drugs; 4. severe human rights violations. e. the threat faced by a witness disturbing psychiatric or psychological or not show result in threatening his soul; and/or f. nature of the importance of witnesses. The second form of the grant of Protection Article 28 a form granting the protection referred to in article 16 paragraph (1) letter b, given to witnesses and/or victims adapted to the classification of case/cases of severe, moderate, mild as stipulated in article 24 as follows: a. the physical; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id b. non physical; and c. law. Article 29 (1) the form of the granting of the physical protection referred to in Article 28 and the letter a include: a. Security; b. the escort; and c. Placement place safe house. (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for security, custody, and control as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, letter b, letter c and further regulated by regulation LPSK. Article 30 (1) the form of the granting of the non physical protection referred to in Article 28 and the letter b by holding services: a. Psychology; b. doctor; c. psychiatrist; d. spiritual experts; e. chaplain f. social workers; and g. the translator; (2) the form of a non physical protection referred to in subsection (1) may be given if the witness experienced psychiatric disorders or traumatic, healthcare, and it is difficult to speak in Indonesia. (3) the provisions of the form of the granting of a Non Physical protection referred to in subsection (1) is charged to the field help. Article 31 Form the granting of legal protection as stipulated in article 28 of the letter c is given by holding: a. legal advisory services; b. Mentoring against witnesses and/or victims at the time of providing information or testimony in the criminal justice process which are being, and have been encountered; c. Provide a letter of recommendation is submitted to the Chairman of the LPSK authorized officials who handle cases/subjects that include, among others: 1. the witness in giving information or testimony in order to not get the pressure; 2. free of questions that ensnare. d. information about developments in the case; e. information about court rulings; and f. Know in regards to the convicted person was acquitted. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id third part fulfillment of the Protection Article 32 the fulfillment of granting protection to the witnesses and/or victims are implemented in terms of the classification of cases and forms of granting protection as stipulated in article 24 and article 28. Article 33 in terms of providing fulfillment of protection referred to in Article 32 against heavy case classification referred to in Article 25 include: a. obtain the protection of security, care, escort, and mentoring as stipulated in article 29 paragraph (1) of the personal, family, and his property; b. obtain the protection of a security as referred to in letter a with regard to testimony which will, is being, or has been given by him; c. can participate in the process of selecting and specifying the form of protection and security support. d. obtain a reimbursement of transportation expenses in accordance with needs; e. in the importance of the testimony of a very serious threat and in addition get protection as stated on the letter a to letter d may obtain rights include: 1. get a translator; 2. get information about developments in the case; 3. get information about court rulings; 4. get a new identity; 5. get a new place of residence; 6. get legal advice; and/or 7. get help while living expenses until a set time limit expires. Article 34 in providing compliance protection as stipulated in article 31 against the classification of the case being referred to in Article 26 include: a. obtain the protection of security, care, escort, and mentoring as stipulated in article 29 paragraph (1) of the personal, family, and his property; b. the protection referred to in letter a with regard to testimony which will, is being, or has been given by him; c. can participate in the process of selecting and specifying the form of protection and security support. d. obtain a reimbursement of transportation expenses in accordance with needs; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id e. in the importance of the testimony and the serious threats, in addition to the protection referred to in letters a to d with letters can obtain rights include: 1. the legal advice received; 2. get a translator; 3. get information on developments in the case; and/or 4. get information about court rulings; Article 35 in the fulfillment of the protection referred to in Article 32 against the classification of mild cases as referred to in article 27 include: a. can obtain protection of personal security; b. the protection of the law; and c. obtain mentoring. d. in the importance of testimony and threats, in addition to the protection as stated on the letter a to letter c may obtain rights include: 1. the legal advice received; 2. get a translator; e. threats faced by witnesses can interfere with psychiatric or psychological or not would be threatening his soul. Part four Emergency Protection of article 36 (1) in terms of the circumstances of the situation and specific conditions against the witnesses and/or victims, LPSK can do is emergency protection. (2) the protection of the nature of the emergency as referred to in paragraph (1), conduct a security measure, escort, and put on a safe house, and can provide assitance towards witnesses and/or victims in the examination at the level of the criminal justice process. (3) the provisions of the terms of both the formyl or Material referred to in article 6 and article 7 while be ignored. (4) if the circumstances of the situation and conditions against witnesses and victims have felt secure are required for witnesses and/or victims to meet the requirements set out in this regulation. Part five Assistance Granting Procedural Rights Fulfilment of article 37 (1) in addition to the grant of protection of the form of physical, non physical, and the law as stipulated in article 28, LPSK provide assistance administering the fulfillment of procedural rights to witnesses and victims. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


(2) the form of granting procedural rights compliance as referred to in subsection (1) is given legal protection in accordance with the provisions referred to in article 31. (3) the procedures concerning the granting of the fulfillment of the next procedural rights subject to the regulations of the LPSK. The sixth part of the termination of the Protection Article 38 protection of witnesses and victims granted since the promulgation of the Decree the Meeting Plenary member of the LPSK as stipulated in article 16 paragraph (1), and terminated on the basis of reasons: a. Witnesses and/or Victims asked that refuge against him discontinued in the case of the petition filed on its own initiative; b. at the request of the competent authority in terms of the demand for the protection of Witnesses and/or Victims based on the request of the official concerned; c. Witnesses and/or Victims violate the provision as written in the agreement; or d. the LPSK argued that Witnesses and/or Victims no longer need protection on the basis of convincing evidence; e. termination or change a security protection of witnesses and/or Victims must be made in writing. The seventh part of the Monitoring of article 39 (1) Monitoring the granting of protection, done after the Chairman of the LPSK set allotment of fulfillment of case classification of protection/case as well as a form of protection. (2) in the case of granting protection to be implemented properly, LPSK formed a team Monitoring (3) Monitoring Team referred to in paragraph (2), the duties and responsibilities charged to the members in the field of the protection of the LPSK could be held by members of the LPSK other or staff member of the LPSK top needs a clue Chairman LPSK article 40 (1) in the performance of monitoring the granting of Protection in order to pay attention to the following provisions : a. Coordinate and maintain the best possible relations with institutions or agencies which it is sent; b. not Avoided interfering in the substance of the subject and object of witnesses and/or victims; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id c. Note any developments in the case faced by witnesses and/or victims; d. Mindful of the circumstances or conditions of physical and psychological state of the witnesses and/or victims (2) in terms of the implementation of the grant of protection monitoring found things very crucial against the position of witnesses and/or victims, the monitoring team can conduct the coordination to the agency or agencies which deal with the matter. Article 41 termination of monitoring the granting of protection, implementing mandatory team report the results of monitoring at least 3x24jam, and submitted to the Chairman of the LPSK with copy to the members of the LPSK another. Chapter V SUPERVISION Article 42 implementation of the grant of protection Supervision carried out by the members of the LPSK either an f or kolekti are performed by Field Supervision Article 43 Supervision the implementation of grant of protection referred to in article 42 aims: a. Ensure the implementation of the grant of protection to the witnesses and the victim, complainant or in accordance with the decision of the plenary meeting of the LPSK b. Ensures pelaksanaanpemberian protection of witnesses and victims or carried out according to the principles of granting protection; c. Ensuring the implementation of the grant of protection in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations, code of conduct, and discipline. d. Enhancing the role and quality of service of granting protection for witnesses and victims or; and e. Enhance the benefits of the grant of protection of witnesses and victims in support of disclosure or a criminal offence in the criminal justice process in Indonesia. Article 44 implementation of the supervision is carried out by means of: a. Supervise every activity undertaken by the field of protection in fulfilment of protection referred to in pasal33, article 34, article 35, article 36, article 37, and article 39; b. ask the effluent result implementation of activities referred to in subparagraph a; c. studying and evaluating any of the activities referred to in subparagraph a; and d. Supervise behaviour and deeds of each Member to perform the duties of www.djpp.depkumham.go.id part VI Financing of article 45 (1) All costs incurred due to in implementing the procedures for the granting of witness protection and Victim/charged to Budget LPSK and (2) obtained from other budget sources, apart from budgetary sources LPSK referred to in subsection (1), fit within the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER Article 46 of this Regulation come into force since the LPSK dates set so that everyone knows it, the regulations enacted by the Chairman of the LPSK is its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on July 13, 2010 the CHAIRMAN of the INSTITUTE of PROTECTION of WITNESSES and victims, Abdul Haris Semendawai, S.H., LL.M. Enacted in Jakarta on October 11, 2010 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, Patrialis Akbar REPUBLIC INDONESIA in 2010 NUMBER 502 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id

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