The Contents of Chapter 110A and 110B about Palm Oil in Forest Areas that Coordinator Minister in Maritime and Investment Mentioned

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PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – Coordinator Minister in Maritime and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, has announced that a task force has been formed, comprising various institutions such as the Coordinator Ministry in Politics, Law, and Security, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, the Attorney General’s Office, and law enforcement agencies.

The primary objective of this task force is to expedite the resolution of the palm oil issue in forest areas, in accordance with the time limit set by the Omnibus Law on Job Creation (Undang-Undang Cipta Kerja/UUCK), which is set for 2 November 2023.

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The main goal is about to improve palm oil plantation governance from upstream to downstream sectors to encourage palm oil industrial management sustainably. “And also to improve smallholders replanting program which is always forgotten to escalate plantation productivity,” Pandjaitan said in the press conference, as Palmoilmagazine.com did watch, Friday (23/6/2023) in Jakarta.

From the satellite image, the government found that palm oil plantation canopy laid about 16,8 million hectares; about 3,3 million hectares are in forest areas. “The taskforce would help accelerate the implementation of Chapter 110A and 110B about palm oil plantations in forest areas,” Pandjaitan said.

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Editorials of Palmoilmagazine.com traced that the chapters are in the Government Regulation in lieu of Law Number 2 / 2022 about Cipta Kerja. They are,

Chapter 110A

(1) Everyone that does developed business and has business permit in forest regions before this law is available but does not qualify terms and conditions as available regulations in forestry sector, should accomplish the terms and condition, at least until 2 November 2023.

(2) For everyone that does developed business and has permit business in forest areas but does not accomplish time limit as it is regulated in article one (1), would get administrative sanction, such as,

  1. paying administrative fine; and/ or
  2. revoking business permit.

(3) The further regulation about administrative sanction and procedures to non-tax revenue from administrative fine as it is in article two (2) would be regulated by government’s regulation.

 

Chapter 110B

(1) Everyone that violates Chapter 17 article (ll letter b, letter c, and/ or letter e, and/ or Chapter 17 article (2) letter b, letter c, and/ or letter e, or other business in forest regions without having business permit in which was running before 2 November 2020 would get administrative sanction, such as,:

  1. temporarily stoppage of doing business;
  2. paying administrative fine; and/ or
  3. the government’s force.

(2) In the violation as it is in article (1) by personals that live in and/or around forest areas, at least, five (5) years continuously within five (5) hectares the widest would be exception from administrative sanctions and should be solved through forest areas re-management.

(3) The further clause about administrative sanction procedures and non-tax revenue procedures that derived from administrative fine as it is in article one (1) would be regulated in the government’s regulation. (T2)

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