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F-PP argued that Indonesia is a rule-of-law state where such measures as suspension and dissolution should be based on court decisions. A draf is not allowed to conduct economic activities directly. 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. Government arguments supporting increased regulation of CSOs in Indonesia relate to accountability and transparency, especially concerning foreign funding.
The dissolution of a foundation may occur for three reasons: Government officials, parliamentary members, and some interest groups, such as the Islamic Defenders Front FPI and the Betawi Brotherhood Forum FBRhave accused Greenpeace of being an illegal entity because it is not registered as a societal organization, as required by Law No.
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Feisal Tamin, Head 2103 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. Additionally, the process itself has raised an ethical question, 20113 a lame duck parliament can make such substantial changes for the future parliament. There is a substantial possibility, however, that the targeted schedule will again not be met.
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.
Since Februaryprotestors have been demonstrating in several regions and provinces of Indonesia, including the capital, Jakarta. One potential solution is for the Special Committee to shift its focus from the Bill on Societal Organizations to the Bill on Associations. The Ministry must approve or reject the application within 30 days from the time the complete application is received.
Public Notary must submit the written petition to the Ministry. The Law on Societal Organizations was finally enacted on June 17, It would be politically difficult for the Special Committee to shift the focus from one Bill to another, because it would mean a shift in liaising with a different ministry. Any actions undertaken by an ordinary association will be considered as the actions of the individual member of the association.
We are further alarmed that Article 61 5 stipulates CSOs should not engage in work that falls under the jurisdiction of law enforcement and the government.
Associations may be dissolved voluntarily orkas involuntarily.
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This article will not focus on other types of legal entities, such as labor unions,  cooperatives,  or political parties. In practice, the honorarium amounts to approximately 3—5 million IDR. 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.
In doing so, the rights to the freedoms of association, expression and religion will be effectively curtailed. The Special Committee was planning to finalize the Bill daft Maybut did not manage to do so. Resources What’s New Get Involved. The government, based on Article 15, can dissolve organizations that violate this requirement. It also stipulates that all organizations must be based on Pancasila ideology, the official philosophy of the Indonesian state fromwhich emphasizes belief in one supreme God, humanitarianism, nationalism expressed in the unity of Indonesia, consultative democracy and social justice—all of which are open to interpretation.
The Special Committee for the Bill on Societal Organizations in the Parliament originally scheduled the discussion of the Bill to run from January 26 until May 22,but did not manage to complete the orjas during that time frame. These include, among others, discretionary sanction powers of government officials to suspend and dissolve CSOs without any legal order.
She considers the halting of the deliberations a success, albeit temporary. 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.
The Chief of rui Special Drfat, Mr. Invoking the Pancasila or the Constitution renders any group susceptible to crackdowns or operational challenges in such a precarious environment. This has weakened ru political position of PDI-P as the election winner.
One or more Indonesian citizens may establish a societal organization. Suhardiman from Fraksi Karya Pembangunan reminded the Committee about the importance of this law.
This broad definition of societal organization will later become problematic in the implementation of the law.
The liberties of association and assembly, the freedom of thought expressed verbally or in writing and similar rights, are to be determined by law. There are various terms used to refer to a civil society organization CSO in Indonesia.
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No later than 14 days from the time the response of the government institution is received by the Minister. This section will highlight two key problems with the Law: The fact that associations are still regulated under a colonial-era law has a practical impact on civil society in Indonesia.
The board of the executive of such an organization, if convicted, can be sentenced to 15 to 20 years in prison. 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 the time the deed of establishment is signed. Each person has the right to freely associate, assemble, and express his opinions.
While the law and regulations governing foundations in Indonesia are comprehensive and up to date, the same is not the case for associations. Oormas end result of these discussions, as reflected in the Law on Societal Organizations, was that the government can dissolve organizations directly, without court 203, with the exception of national-level organizations, where consideration of the Supreme Court is also needed.
All established legal entities shall be, even as private individuals, authorized to perform civil acts, without prejudice to the public ordinances, in which such authority may be amended, restricted or rendered subject to certain formalities.
However, despite a month-long recess, we are dismayed that there have been no further consultations or substantial effort to engage and address the concerns by civil society. This is because the member was rju a chance in putting forward his aspiration directly in many parliament sessions and debates.