Gov’t Dissolves Ten Non-Structural Institutions

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation
Date 29 November 2020
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The Government has issued Presidential Regulation Number 112 of 2020 on the Dissolution of the National Research Council, the Food Security Council, the Surabaya-Madura Regional Development Agency, the National Sports Standardization and Accreditation Agency, the Indonesian Hajj Supervisory Commission, the National Economic and Industry Committee, the Telecommunications Advisory Agency, the National Commission for Senior Citizens, the Indonesian Professional Sports Agency, and the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Agency.

The Presidential Regulation, signed by President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo on 26 November 2020, aims to improve effectiveness and efficiency of the implementation of Government affairs and to achieve the national development strategic plan.

Article 2 of the Presidential Regulation stipulates that:

  1. The duties and functions of the National Research Council are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the field of science and technology/non-ministerial Government Agency that administers Government affairs in the field of research and innovation;
  2. The duties and functions of the Food Security Council are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the agricultural sector;
  3. The duties and functions of the Surabaya-Madura Regional Development Agency are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the field of public works and Ministry that administers Government affairs in the transportation sector in accordance with their respective duties and functions;
  4. The duties and functions of the National Sports Accreditation and Standardization Agency are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the sports sector;
  5. The duties and functions of the Indonesian Hajj Supervisory Commission are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the religious affairs;
  6. The duties and functions of the National Economic and Industrial Committee are carried out by the Government Ministry that has duties and functions of synchronizing and coordinating Ministerial affairs in the economic sector;
  7. The duties and functions of the Telecommunications Advisory Agency are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the field of communication and information;
  8. The duties and functions of the National Commission for Senior Citizens are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the social sector;
  9. The duties and functions of the Indonesian Professional Sports Agency are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the sports sector; and
  10. The duties and functions of the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Agency are carried out by the Government Ministry that administers Government affairs in the field of communication and information.

The funding, employees, assets, and archives managed by the ten non-structural institutions will be transferred to the aforementioned Government Ministries/Agencies.

Article 4 paragraph (1) of the Regulation stipulates that the transfer shall be coordinated by Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reforms by involving stakeholders from Ministry of Finance, the National Civil Service Agency, the Finance and Development Supervisory Agency, the National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia, and/or related Government Ministries/Agencies.

“The transfer shall be completed no later than 1 (one) year from the date of promulgation of the Presidential Regulation,” Article 4 paragraph (2) of the Regulation reads.

The implementation of the transfer process, according to the Presidential Regulation, is funded by the State Budget (APBN).

The Presidential Regulation revokes the following Laws and Regulations:

  1. Presidential Regulation Number 16 of 2005 on the National Research Council;
  2. Presidential Regulation Number 83 of 2006 on the Food Security Council;
  3. Presidential Regulation Number 27 of 2008 on the Surabaya-Madura Regional Development Agency as lastly amended by Presidential Regulation Number 27 of 2008;
  4. Presidential Regulation Number 11 of 2014 on the Organization, Function, and Work Procedure of the National Sports Standardization and Accreditation Agency;
  5. Presidential Regulation Number 50 of 2014 on the Organization and Work Procedure of the Indonesian Hajj Supervisory Commission;
  6. Presidential Regulation Number 8 of 2016 on the National Economic and Industry Committee;
  7. Presidential Decree Number 55 of 1989 on Telecommunications Advisory Agency as lastly amended by Presidential Decree Number 1 of 1996;
  8. Presidential Decree Number 52 of 2004 on the National Commission for Senior Citizens;
  9. Regulation of Minister of Youth and Sports Number 9 of 2015 on the Position, Function, Duties, and Organizational Structure of the Indonesian Professional Sports Agency; and
  10. Regulation of Minister of Communications and Informatics Number 15 of 2018 on the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Agency.

“The Presidential Regulation shall come into force as of the date of its promulgation,” Article 7 of the Regulation reads. The Presidential Regulation was promulgated by Minister of Law and Human Rights Yasonna H. Laoly on 26 November 2020. (Pusdatin/UN) (RI/MUR)

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