CMEA: Mid-September, the Number of Regulations Has Completed Deregulation
Date 11 September 2015
Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs (CMEA), Darmin Nasution, targeting a number of regulations, particularly the Government Regulations and the Presidential Regulation, which will be deregulated, the process is expected to be completed by mid September 2015.
“The process of completion regulation rules, will be completed in the second week of September as the President visited the Middle East, and will return on September 15, 2015,” said Darmin told reporters at Base Air Force Halim Perdanakusumah, before usher the departure of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and the delegation to the Middle East, Friday (11/9) morning.
According to Darmin, there are as many as 134 regulations will be deregulated spread in 17 ministries/institutions, with details of 17 Government Regulations, 11 Presidential Regulations, 2 Presidential Instructions, 96 Ministerial Regulations, and 8 other regulations.
Approximately three (3) days after President Jokowi arrived back in the country, ie on September 18, 2015, Nasution said, is expected that the new Government Regulation and the Presidential Regulation, which detailing of the deregulation program has been completed.
Minister for Economic Affairs promised to oversee the simplification process, especially because until now the process is running.
“Administrative process, we’ve asked there should be accelerated for synchronization,” Darmin Nasution said.
As for implementation, according Darmin, will begin in the third week of September 2015, including for monitoring and enforcement measures.
He pointed out; the regulations that will be deregulated among others on accelerating the development of 14 industrial zones. “The important thing is implemented, we consider in earnest, and then prepare what is needed more,” Darmin said.
Accompanying Coordinating Minister for Economics Darmin Nasution the press conference, among others, Minister of Trade Thomas Lembong, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Sudirman Said, Minister of Transportation Ignatius Jonan, Minister of Manpower Hanif Dhakiri, and Chief of Staff of the Presidential Teten Masduki. (*/ANT/ES)