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Signing: Integrity Pact for State Civil Apparatus

Bogor, - Entering the first week of 2020, all the State Civil Apparatuses (ASN) of Badan Litbang Diklat Kumdil MA RI (Agency of Research, Development, and Training Center for Law and Judiciary of the Indonesian Supreme Court) pledges and signs the Integrity Pact document and the Annual Performance Agreement (PKT) in the Auditorium, on Thursday, January 9, 2020. The Signing directly leads by the Head of the Agency, Zarof Ricar.

The Signing itself is stated in the Regulation of Menteri Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara dan Reformasi Birokrasi (Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform) Number 49 of 2011 on General Guidelines for Integrity Pact in the Circle of Ministries/Institutions and Regional Governments Jo Circular Letter of the Supreme Court of Republic of Indonesia Number 3 of 2012 on A Signing of Integrity Pact. It expresses that all the ASNs, the Officials of Echelon I and II, and the staff must sign the Integrity Pact document.

Zarof Ricar says in his direction that the purpose of the Signing is to strengthen mutual commitment on preventing and eradicating corruption, fostering openness and honesty, expediting the quality, effective, and accountable tasks, and realizing personal responsibility and dignity.

“After the signing of Integrity Pact, we hope and expect that all the ASNs in the Agency will hold high commitment, clean, transparent, accountable, humanist, and always maintain integrity as a good apparatus,” says him.

The Signing of the Integrity Pact and PKT itself holds along with the program of Preparatory Meeting for the Budget Implementation of 2020 in the Auditorium Building. (Translated by AAs)

Hopefully, the Agency of Research, Development, and Training for Law and Judiciary will Improve in 2020

Yogyakarta, – Secretary of Badan Litbang Diklat Kumdil MA RI (Agency of Research, Development, and Training Center for Law and Judiciary of the Indonesian Supreme Court), Dedi Waryoman, gives his directions regarding the Finalization of Strategic Plan 2020-2024 and the Evaluation of 2019 at Tentrem Hotel in Yogyakarta, Monday, December 16, 2019.

In the event, all the employees and the Officials of Echelon 2 from four working units attend, namely the Secretariat of Agency, Pusdiklat Teknis Peradilan (Judicial Technical Training Center), Pusdiklat Manajemen dan Kepemimpinan (Management and Leadership Training Center), and Puslitbang Hukum dan Peradilan (Research and Development Center for Law and Judiciary). The Head of the Agency, Zarof Ricar, officially opens it, and says his welcome, “We hope, the Agency will grow and improve in 2020, and the financial managers to be more careful in managing the state finances to meet the responsibility to the state finances accountability.”

The Secretary of the Agency gives his instruction that every working units in the Agency need to synchronize their perception of budget planning, as it is vital to minimize the budget revisions that occur annually. It relates to the financial audit done by the Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan-BPK (Financial Supervisory Agency).

Further, the Head of Pusdiklat Teknis Peradilan, Bambang Hery Mulyono, tells about their program, a matter of judicial apparatus and bailiff training program as a significant part of the judiciary to be improved. He says that the assessment method of the training will use 40:40:20 pattern, that will possibly be shortened the duration training by using the e-learning method.

He also hopes that there will be a database build-up function to counts for instructors as well as participants who participated in the training. It will be easier to find the substitute instructors by the build-up database all at once to identify the participants who are already certified, to meet the fulfillment of the Supreme Court vision and mission.

On the same occasion, the Head of Puslitbang Kumdil, Hasbi Hasan, also deliveries his speech, more focuses saying on making a further improvement of coordination, harmonization, and equal distribution of human resources (HR) between the Officials of Echelon 3 and 4, Functional Officers, and the Staff in implementing tasks following to their duties and functions. He also mentions the increase of their budget absorption, estimated at 99 percent, and Puslitbang Kumdil’s additional budget for 2020 reaches almost 14 billion to accommodate their next running programs.

To end the event, the Head of Pusdiklat Manajemen dan Kepemimpinan, Edward Simarmata, also shares some of his instructions. He says that in 2019 they used social media to meet the needs of the training participants. The social media proved that many of the employees were interested in participating in the Management and Leadership training by their joining in their social media accounts. He also conveys their achievements made in 2019, and there will be an increase in their budget programs related to President Joko Widodo’s instruction on the improvement of human resources of the State Civil Apparatus. (Translated by AAs)

Judiciary Institution Credibility in Public Eyes is at Stake

Bandung, - “The Credibility of Judiciary institution in the public eyes can be seen by its consistency of the decisions made. It is one of the indicators in compliance with the results of the chamber decision, by an intention not to suppress Judges’ decision. It is also to protect the public interest against the legal certainty,” says the Chief Justice of the Indonesian Supreme Court, Hatta Ali, at the event of the Supreme Court Plenary Meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel, November 3, 2019.

The holding event of the plenary meetings is a part of the implementation of the chamber system. The chamber system itself performs in the Supreme Court with the primary purpose of maintaining the unity of law enforcement and decision consistency. It can increase the professionalism of the Supreme Court Justices and accelerate the process of case settlement.

The main essence of the chamber system implementation is to make the Supreme Court can carry out its function in maintaining the unity of law enforcement. The Supreme Court can execute its function mostly if it has solid-legal opinions. The chamber plenary itself reflects most or all of the Supreme Court Justices' legal opinions in each courtroom, seeing by the coming of the case handling.

This plenary meeting event attends by all the Supreme Court Leaders, Justices and Ad Hoc Judges, all Echelon I and II Officers, Junior Registrar, and Substitute Registrars within the Supreme Court. (Translated by AAs)

Chief Justice: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Jakarta, – “The mandate imposed is a form of Supreme Court leaders’ trust given to you, the chosen individuals who deserve to be the leaders, both as the Director-Generals and as the Chiefs of Appeal Courts. It is a position in which only a few people can get, who has gone through several difficult processes. For that, you have to prove your capability and worthiness properly to do the best for everything. With great power comes great responsibility. The higher position, the higher responsibility,” says Hatta Ali after the appoints event of two Director-Generals and 25 Chiefs of the High Court in Kusumah Atmadja Room, on Thursday, September 19, 2019.

He asserted that the appointed event is not just a formality to fulfill the law provision and personnel rules. “The appoints, indicate your vows to the Almighty God, to carry out duties as fair as possible,” he continues.

The two Director-Generals appointed are Prim Haryadi as Director-General for the Agency of General Courts and Lulik Tri Cahyaningrum as Director-General for the Agency of Military and Administration Courts. And the 25 Chiefs of High Courts appointed to consist of 15 Chiefs of General High Courts and 10 Chiefs of Religious Courts.

The Appoints based on the Presidential Decree Number 106/TPA 2019 of August 28, 2019, for the Director-General and the Supreme Court Chief Justice Decree Number 126/KMA/SK/VIII/2019 of August 8, 2019, and 136/KMA/SK/VIII/2019 of August 29, 2019, for the Chiefs of High Court. (translated by AAs)

Chief Justice Appoints Two Echelon 1 Officials and Twenty Five Appeal Courts Chiefs

Jakarta, – Indonesian Supreme Court Chief Justice, Hatta Ali, appoints two Officials of Echelon 1 as Director-Generals and twenty-five Chiefs of Appeal Courts from the General and Religious Courts jurisdiction. The event hold in Kusumah Atmadja Room on Thursday, September 19, 2019.

The Appoint is under the Presidential Decree Number 106/TPA 2019 of August 28, 2019, for the Director-General, and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Decree Number: 126/KMA/SK/VIII/2019 of August 8, 2019, and 136/KMA/SK/VIII/2019 of August 29, 2019, for the Chief of Appeal Courts. 

The two Officials of Echelon 1 appointed are:

  1. Prim Haryadi as Director-General for the Agency of General Courts;
  2. Lulik Tri Cahyaningrum as Director-General for the Agency of Military and Administration Courts.

And the twenty-five Chiefs of the High Court appointed are:

  1. Herri Swantoro as Chief of Surabaya High Court;
  2. Sunaryo as Chief of Jakarta High Court;
  3. Syahrial Sidik as Chief of Makassar High Court;
  4. Abdul Kadir as Chief of Bandung High Court;
  5. Robinson Tarigan as Chief of Jambi High Court;
  6. Arif Supratman as Chief of Manado High Court;
  7. Eka Kartika E.M. as Chief of Bengkulu High Court;
  8. Zaid Umar Bob Said as Chief of Denpasar High Court;
  9. Charis Mardiyatmo as Chief of Tanjung Karang High Court;
  10. Respatun Wisnu Wardoyo as Chief of Kendari High Court;
  11. Zainuddin as Chief of Ambon High Court;
  12. Cicut Sutiarso as Chief of Pekanbaru High Court;
  13. Setyawan Hartono as Chief of Medan High Court;
  14. Heru Pramono as Chief of Jayapura High Court;
  15. Syafrullah Sumar as Chief of Gorontalo High Court;
  16. Harun S. as Chief of Pekanbaru Religious High Court;
  17. Samparaja as Chief of North Maluku Religious High Court;
  18. Umi Kalsum as Chief of Bangka Belitung Religious High Court;
  19. Firdaus Muhammad Arwan as Chief of Pontianak Religious High Court;
  20. Helmy Thohir as Chief of Jayapura Religious High Court;
  21. Ahsin Abdul Hamid as Chief of Kupang Religious High Court;
  22. Hamid Pulungan as Chief of Aceh Syar’iyah Court;
  23. Alwi Mallo, as Chief of Mataram Religious High Court;
  24. Cholidal Azhar as Chief of Manado Religious High Court;
  25. Ibrahim Kardi as Chief of Gorontalo Religious High Court.

Also present at the event is the Chief of Constitutional Court, Deputy Chief Justice, Chief of Chamber, Supreme Court Justice, Officials of Echelon 1 in the Supreme Court, and the guests from the Supreme Court and the four judiciaries under its jurisdiction. (translated by AAs)

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