It is necessary to conduct reclamation and post-mining to negate the harmful effects of mining activities on the environment, such as erosion and sedimentation, microclimate changes, decreases in land productivity, and disturbances to public health.
The Bill is part of the governmentâ€™s efforts to create a regulatory framework that ensures that housing needs, being one of the basic human needs, are met. Particularly to ensure that low-income communities can enjoy proper housing facilities.
The purpose of the Regulation is to set out a comprehensive guide for companies conducting M&A transactions, in order to clarify and prevent multiple interpretations of the Government Regulation, hence providing legal certainty by further regulating the consultation with the KPPU on the M&A plan, the timeline and procedure required for the approval, and the factors used in evaluating M&A transactions.
The Law grants greater powers to the Financial Transaction Reports Analysis Center (â€œPPATKâ€), the main player in preventing and eradicating money laundering. Under the Law, involvement of a wider arrays of state officials is provided for, as well as new authority for such officials to assist with their endeavors to combat and eradicate money laundering.
This Indonesian Legal Digest will highlight features of the new Negative Investment List, with attention to modifications upon the previous structure, and inquire as to whether newly-introduced provisions will indeed effect a clarified, more attractive investment environment.
This inquiry briefly highlights key aspects of the Implementing Regulation, and is guided by two core questions. First, how does the regulation effect state control over the utilization of Indonesian space? Second, how does it implement the revised Spatial Planning Lawâ€™s objective, namely, to rectify the issue of coordination between different levels and agencies of the state?