Ratification of Decisions and Reports Implementation in the Plenary Session of the DPD
Jakarta, dpd.go.id - The House of the Regional Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPD RI) held a 15th plenary session, at Nusantara V Building, Senayan, Jakarta, Tuesday (06/19/12) morning. Chairman of the DPD RI, Irman Gusman was accompanied by Vice-Chairman, Laode Ida led the plenary session. Agenda of the plenary session consisted of: 1. Report of Task Implementation; 2. Ratification of the DPD decision.
In the report of the Committee I of DPD RI, Alirman Sori (senator of DPD from the Province of West Sumatra) said that there are Views over 3 (three) Draft Law on New Autonomous Region (DOB), namely: 1. Views of DPD over Draft Law on Regency formation of Konawe Islands as the expansion of Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province; 2. Views of DPD of Draft Law on Regency formation of West Pesisir as the expansion of West Lampung Regency in Lampung Province; 3. Views of DPD of Draft Law on Regency formation of Taliabu Island as the expansion of Sula Regency in North Maluku Province.
“in this opportunity, Committee I reports on the results of 3 (three) Views of Draft Law on New Autonomous Region as part of a package of 19 bills that have been submitted in meeting with Commission II of the House of Representatives on June 13, 2012, hereinafter as formality we ask approval in this plenary session,” explained Alirman.
Related to Migrant Workers Issues, Committee III of the DPD RI that in charge on those issue supervised the implementation of Law Number 39 Year 2004 regarding the placement and protection of migrant workers abroad. Hardi Selamat Hood (senator of DPD from the Riau Islands Province) said that the government has violated the provisions of Article 11 paragraph (1) and Article 27 paragraph (1) Law on Placement of Indonesian Employment Abroad. They still send migrant workers, especially for the informal sector, although the destination countries still do not or do not have MoU with the Government of Indonesia so that workers are not protected.
“We ask all Senators to approve the DPD Monitoring Report on the implementation of Law Number 39 Year 2004 regarding the placement and Protection of Indonesian Workers Abroad to be adopted into the DPD decision,” said Hardi, who also serves as Chairman of Committee III of the DPD.
Meanwhile in the report of the Committee II of DPD, Vice Chairman of Committee II, Matheus S. Pasimanjeku (senator of DPD from North Maluku Province) explained that the Committee has compiled a 2 (two) initiative bill namely the bill enterprises and the Amendment of Law Number 4 Year 2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining. “In addition to initiatives proposed bill, the Committee II’s views and opinion drafting of three bills, namely: the Bill on the Way, the Bill on Trade and Draft Law on Outer space,” said Matheus.
Then, related to the results of the State Audit Board (BPK) Semester II In 2011, Litha Brent (senator of DPD from South Sulawesi) as Vice Chairman of the Committee IV expressed Considerations of DPD to be submitted to the House of Representatives. “To follow-up results of the BPK, the DPD recommends that the House of Representatives asked the central government to continue to follow up the recommendations relating to the BPK examination. DPD support and encourage the BPK to continue mapping out the findings on examination of Local Government Finance Report (LKPD) and determine the source of the cause, “said Litha.
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