View Perpu_Nomor_2_Tahun_ tentang from LAW 1 at 20 pages PERDA KOTA DEPOK THN NO 02 TTG PERUBAHAN KEDUA ATAS . Unfortunately, House’s intention to reform seems to not exist on the final draft of the MD3 Law. On 10 July , the House of Representatives held a Plenary These are the Bill on Soil and Water Conservation (RUU Konservasi Monitoring dan Evaluasi Pelaksanaan UU Ormas Tahun ke-V (2 Juli. Some say that the bill was initially drafted to limit the actions of fundamentalist On 12 April , women from FAMM-Indonesia joined a protest rally in Surabaya, East “Hati-hati kembalinya militerisme di balik ruu ormas!.

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The obligation of the House in reporting its budget management to the public in the annual performance report Article 73 paragraph 5 of the MD3 Law has also been erased.

CSOs need to be prepared to engage in research, advocacy, parliamentary lobbying, and public campaigning related to the discussion process of these bills.

Before suspending a societal organization, the government must send a written warning at least twice within 10 days to the administrator, local administrator, or central administrator of the organization. It is also impossible to make religion as Pancasila On August 30,the Parliament conducted a joint meeting with the government to respond to a series of violent activities relating to societal organizations.

A broadly sweeping and highly politicized legal status, as represented by the societal organization, is clearly not suitable for a democratic country like Indonesia. However, in one of its decisions, the MK questioned the position of a parliamentary member in giving testimonies as a judicial review petitioner by citing that the argument given was irrelevant to court.

We provide media kits in the form of images and slogans which are posted on Facebook and we also produce stickers that can be used on laptops or notebooks. This inclusive regulatory approach creates confusion and inconsistency.

Therefore, even though they have entered the last session, the legislative process still needs to be continuously monitored by the community. F-PP argued that Indonesia is a rule-of-law state where such measures as suspension and dissolution should be based on court decisions.

FAMM-Indonesia Mobilizes JASS-aligned activists have been holding discussions with journalist in eastern Java, educating local communities and mobilizing alliances in different ways to put a stop to repressive government policies such as the Ormas Bill. If the administrator does not appear, or if the societal organization continues its illegal activities, the government can suspend the organization, after receiving consideration and advice from the Supreme Court for national-level organizations or other relevant institution appointed by the Ministry of Home Affairs for organizations at the provincial or city level.

We thus strongly urge all members of DPR to reject the draft Ormas law in the upcoming parliamentary sitting. However, the existence of these laws and regulations served to threaten the freedom of CSOs in Indonesia.


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Closed-door meetings will also still be upheld by the House. It consists only of otmas articles [38] addressing the legal entity status of the incorporated association, dissolution, treatment of remaining assets after liquidation, and limitations for ordinary associations. This should include open communication and improved relations with the CSO sector. The impact of the Law, however, was far broader, since there are thousands of foundations in Indonesia.

In analyzing the new Bill on Societal Organizations, this article will refer to the published draft Bill provided by the Parliament dated May 30, in the series of public hearings conducted in June There is a need to raise awareness of the Bill and its implications throughout the CSO sector in Indonesia.

It is established by designating the assets of the founders to fulfill a specific objective in the social, religious, or rui fields. This section will highlight two key problems with the Law: In practice, the honorarium amounts to approximately 3—5 million IDR.

One or more Indonesian citizens may establish a societal organization. The last session of the House of Representatives will be held from 16 August until 30 September ; a total of 32 working days. 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. In the Indonesian National Legislation Programthere are at least five bills that are closely related to the legal environment for civil society in Indonesia.

The permissible scope of activity for societal organizations includes, among others, the following fields: Relevant sectoral ministries, such as the Ministry of Social Affairs, Ministry of Education, or Ministry of Religious Affairs can use their regulatory roles to further support and facilitate the activities of foundations and associations. JASS-aligned activists have been holding discussions with journalist in eastern Java, drwft local communities and mobilizing alliances in different ways to put a stop to repressive government policies such as the Ormas Bill.

The recommendations are 1 to raise awareness among CSOs of the Bill on Societal Organizations and its implications throughout the CSO sector in Indonesia; and 2 to empower CSOs to participate in the Parliamentary process, through access to effective advocacy materials, comparative expertise, etc.

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The Law provides nine grounds for suspending or dissolving a societal organization, including the following:. More generally, CSOs need to be more proactive in managing governmental and public perceptions, rather ormaw responding to government-led initiatives.

Inthe Constitutional Court released a decision stating that Article 21 and 47 of the Law on Plantations was unconstitutional. This bill is an amendment of Law No.

Any actions undertaken by an ordinary association will be considered as the actions of the individual member of the association.


Laws that govern associations and their activities must be aligned with international human rights norms and standards. There are undoubtedly more than 21, foundations and incorporated associations in Indonesia; this reveals not only a problem of registration or an incomplete database, but also a problem of the effectiveness of law. The liberties of association and ruy, the freedom of thought expressed verbally or in writing and similar rights, are to be determined by law.

The law only excludes organizations established by the Government, such as the Boy Scouts Praja Muda Karana or PramukaCivil Servant Organization Korps Pegawai Republik Indonesia or Korpriand organizations working in economic activities cooperatives, limited liability corporation, etc. The structure of the draft Bill is as follows:. 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.

This article will proceed to consider societal organizations under this law more deeply. It was agreed to establish a Working Committee to further discuss the Bill. We are of the opinion that the draft Ormas law, if enacted, will unduly constrict the space that civil society organizations CSOs can operate in and imposes unnecessary limitations on them.

The draft Bill requires that a societal organization make its activity and financial report accessible to the public. Feisal Tamin, Head of Public Relations of the Ministry, explained that there was no need to inform these two organizations, since their existence was no longer acknowledged by the government.

In case of rejection, the Ministry must inform the applicant in writing of the grounds. Standing in solidarity, they chanted against the Ormas Bill: This is important because the Law on Plantations that was ratified in received a lot of opposition from its constituents.

Many women friends support us by participating in our discussions, online and offline.

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The government may consider revoking the suspension if the organization ceases its illegal activities, admits its wrongdoing, or replaces its administrator.

However, the Government or Local Government could directly issue the third Warning Letter Surat Peringatan Ketiga if the Ormas violated article 50 250 3or 50 4which fuu prohibited activities as follows:. Second, the Bill, if enacted, would create a kind of second-tier registration system.