Gov’t Issues Regulation on Non-Tax State Revenues Applicable to KPK

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation
Date 20 Agustus 2019
Category: News
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President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo on 26 July 2019 signed a Government Regulation (PP) Number 54 of 2019 on Types and Tariffs of Non-Tax State Revenues (PNBP) Applicable to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), to implement the provisions of Article 4 paragraph (3) and Article 12 paragraph (2) of Law Number 9 of 2018 on PNBP.

Non-tax state revenues applicable to the Commission include revenues of:

  1. seized state money derived from criminal acts of corruption;
  2. seized state money derived from criminal acts of money laundering;
  3. payback of money in lieu of corruption money;
  4. payment of fines for criminal acts of corruption;
  5. payment of fines for criminal acts of money laundering;
  6. payment of case fee;
  7. proceeds from the sale of seized state assets derived from criminal acts of corruption;
  8. proceeds from the sale of seized state assets derived from criminal acts of money laundering;
  9. proceeds from gratification money handed by the complainant; and
  10. proceeds from assets compensation or facilities of gratification.

Article 1 paragraph (2) of this Regulation states that types of non-tax state revenues as referred to in letters a to h, are non-tax state revenues derived from judge decision or court ruling that has obtained permanent legal force status.

Meanwhile, types of non-tax state revenues as referred to in letters i and j, are non-tax state revenues based on the determination of the status of ownership of object of gratification to become state property by the chairs of the KPK.

Meanwhile, tariffs for the types of non-tax state revenues as referred to in letters a to f, shall be determined based on the determination of judges or court ruling that have obtained permanent legal force status.

Tariffs on types of non-tax state revenues as referred to in letters g and h, according to the Regulation, are amounting to the total auction sales as stated in the minutes of the auction.

Furthermore, tariffs on types of non-tax state revenues as referred to in letters i and j, according to the Regulation, are determined based on the decision of the chairs of the KPK.

Provisions regarding the requirements and procedures for compensation for assets or facilities of gratification as referred to are regulated in the Corruption Eradication Commission Regulation.

Article 3 of this Regulation stated that all non-tax state revenues that apply to the KPK must be deposited to the State Treasury.

“This Government Regulation shall apply as of the date of its promulgation,” Article 4 of the Government Regulation which was promulgated by Minister of Law and Human Rights Yasonna H. Laoly on 31 July 2019 reads. (Pusdatin/ES)


Translated by : Fairuzzamani Inayatillah
Edited by : Rany A. Subachrum, Mia M. Bonaedy

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