The National Legislative Program - The Legal Reforms Continue…
The National Legislative Program (the “NLP”) has recently been released by the House of Representatives (the “DPR”) and it states the general legislative agenda and intentions of the parliament over the next 5 years. The NLP contains a comprehensive list of 284 draft laws that are to be discussed, debated, and potentially enacted during this parliament's tenure. Even though, it is not expected that all of these pieces of draft legislation will make it to the enactment phase it is expected that the majority of the draft legislation will at some stage over the next 5 years be listed on the DPR agenda.
Banking Policy and Good Corporate Governance
On 20 January 2005 Bank Indonesia (“BI”) issued a comprehensive list of 8 new Regulations that can specifically be seen to address ongoing concerns with investment, particularly project investment. The Regulations reflect the current policy and strategic plan with respect to the banking sector in Indonesia. The primary purpose in the issue of these Regulations is to facilitate the strengthening of the banking sector and other related sectors such as infrastructure development. It is clear that BI wants to ensure that the recent bank failure is not repeated therefore the strengthening of the banking sector is a priority that can no longer be deferred.
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Indonesian Citizenship - The Losing/Gaining Debate
Public Services - Constitutionally Guaranteed Rights to Good Public Services
Learning the Local Lingo -Indonesian, it's the Law!
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