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No later than 10 days from the signing of the Deed of Establishment. Additionally, the process itself has raised an ethical question, whether a lame duck parliament can make such substantial changes drafg the future parliament. Taken together, these are significant improvements in the legal framework for CSOs, since previously, in the New Order regime, the legal framework was not conducive for CSOs to conduct public policy advocacy.
A foreign societal organization, in order to operate in Indonesia, must originate from a country with diplomatic relations with Indonesia; must be established as a legal entity in its country of origin; must have an operational license from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; must submit such license to the Ministry of Home Affairs; and must, in implementing its activity, cooperate with or involve one or more Indonesian societal organizations.
If enacted into law, activists say that the bill would grant government excessive authority to control civil society groups and would eventually destroy democratic processes. vraft
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Tax deductions for donations to support disaster rehabilitation, research and development, improved infrastructure, education facility, and sports have been available since The liberties of association and assembly, the freedom of thought expressed verbally or in writing, and similar rights are to be determined by law. The approach should be to facilitate and improve the quality of the legal environment, not to limit and repress civil society.
This section provides two phases of strategic recommendations: With an enabling Law on Foundations for non-membership organizations and Law on Associations for membership organizationsthere would be no need to regulate the civic sector through the Bill on Societal Organizations. Legislation during the House of Representatives Final Period. In practice, the honorarium amounts to approximately 3—5 million IDR. In the early discussions on the Bill, the Chairman identified six main problems: The Indonesian Criminal Code Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Pidana — KUHP already covers violent offenses conducted by a principal criminal actor, or one who aids, abets, or commands a crime, or one who publicly promotes hatred against a group of people.
The bill has now entered the first phase of deliberation. The possibility that government may act to dissolve organizations directly poses a substantial threat to the freedom of association in Indonesia. The short-term recommendations are based on that schedule, seeking to make input into the parliamentary process. Article 28 and Article 28E section 3 of the Indonesian Constitution guarantee the freedom of association:.
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This is important because the Law on Plantations that was ratified in received a lot of opposition from its constituents. Article 8 imposes the Single-Pot Concept Drafg Wadah Tunggalwhich seeks to ensure that organizations that share similarities based on activity, profession, function, or religion be organized as one organization. Consequently, the Bill on Societal Organizations was included among the national legislative priorities. The government may also suspend the activity of a societal organization after issuing three warnings occurring within a maximum period of 60 dayswhere the organization receives from or provides to a foreign party any kind of support which is against the law; conducts fundraising for the interest of a political party or campaign for a political position; or receives support money, goods, or services from any kind of party without a clear identity.
However, the existence of these laws and regulations served to threaten the freedom of Or,as in Indonesia. The District or Supreme Court must issue a decision no later than 30 days from the date of the petition.
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Some say that the bill ormae initially drafted to limit the actions of fundamentalist religious organizations, particularly Islamic groups. Through the Law, the House has extended its authority without providing space for supervision.
This has weakened the political position of PDI-P as the election winner. We are further alarmed that Article 61 5 stipulates CSOs drafy not engage in work that falls under the jurisdiction of law enforcement and the government.
Societal organizations must secure approval from the government to receive grants from a foreign party or provide grants to a foreign party. Legal entity status is granted by the Directeur van Justitie now the Ministry of Law and Human Rightsfollowing approval of the statutory purposes.
This bill is an amendment of Law No. At the previous plenary session, vociferous drsft and public outrage compelled a postponement to the next sitting. There are undoubtedly more than 21, foundations and incorporated associations in Indonesia; this reveals not only orams problem of registration or an incomplete database, but also a problem of the effectiveness of law.
JASS women of Southeast Asia are always right at the heart of protests against repressive legislation or any move by governments to shrink democratic space. If you require more information, please kindly contact Joses Kuan at tel: The refusal towards it not only comes from the civil society, but also from political parties who were engaged in the making of the law.
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The discussion of the Bill on Associations will surely overlap with the discussion of the Bill on Societal Organization since both Bills relate to membership-based organizations. This inclusive regulatory approach creates confusion and inconsistency. Regarding the Bill on Plantations, it was not included in the Prolegnas since it was a follow-up of a Constitutional Court Decision.
Article 28E, Section 3: In case of rejection, the Ministry orjas inform the applicant in writing of the grounds. The application is made through a public notary, and the public notary is obligated to submit the application to the Ministry within 10 days from ormaas time the deed of establishment is signed.
Pancasila also craft not and could not replace religion. The real problem is the lack of political will on the part of law enforcement agencies, including the police, to enforce the law against such individuals. Many women friends support us by participating in our discussions, online and offline. In case input from a relevant government institution is needed, the review process can be extended up to a maximum of 37 days from the time of the application.
We also register our concern at the unduly prescriptive rules on registration. In fact, the Criminal Code of Indonesia is more than sufficient to support law enforcement and to respond to violent activities. This broad definition of societal organization will later become problematic in the implementation of the law. The end result of these discussions, as reflected in the Law on Societal Organizations, was that the government can dissolve organizations directly, without court involvement, with the exception of national-level organizations, where consideration of the Supreme Court is also needed.
This section will highlight two key problems with the Law: Invoking the Pancasila or the Constitution renders any group susceptible to crackdowns or operational challenges in such a precarious environment. Responding to the situation, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono gave instructions to dissolve the groups engaged in violence and causing unrest in society.
All of this influencing the spirit and direction as shown by State Policy Guideline The board of the executive of such an organization, if convicted, can be sentenced to 15 to 20 years in prison. Statutory purposes contains the objectives, basic values, working environment, and ddraft provisions of the associations. On August 30,the Parliament conducted a joint meeting with the government to respond to a series of violent activities relating ruuu societal organizations.