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Original name: Undang-Undang Tentang Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial
Name: Social Security Organizing Agency Law (Law No. 24/2011).
Country: Indonesia
Subject(s): Administration and financing
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2011-11-25
Entry into force:
Published on: Business News - English Edition, 2012-05-09, No. 8253-8254, pp. 25-48
Business News - English Edition, 2012-05-11, No. 8255, pp 25-32
Business News - English Edition, 2012-12-14, No. 8343, pp. 36-48
Business News - English Edition, 2012-12-19, No. 8344-8345, pp. 34-48
Business News - English Edition, 2012-12-06, No. 8347, pp. 25-31
ISN: IDN-2011-L-91169
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=91169&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Business News - English Edition, 2012-05-09, No. 8253-8254, pp. 25-48
Business News - English Edition, 2012-05-11, No. 8255, pp 25-32
Business News - English Edition, 2012-12-14, No. 8343, pp. 36-48
Business News - English Edition, 2012-12-19, No. 8344-8345, pp. 34-48
Business News - English Edition, 2012-12-06, No. 8347, pp. 25-31
Legislation on-line in Indonesian Legislation on-line in Indonesian Sekretariat Negara Republik Indonesia, Indonesia PDF of Law in Indonesian PDF of Law in Indonesian (consulted on 2012-10-02)
Abstract/Citation: Establishes the Social Security Organizing Agency. Its role is to organize the social security program.

Chapter I - General Provisions
Chapter II - Formation and Scope
Chapter III - Status and Location
Chapter IV - Function, Duties, Authorities, Rights and Obligations
Chapter V - Member Registration and Contribution Payment
Chapter VI - Organ of BPJS
Chapter VII - Requirements, Procedures for Election and Appointment, and Termination of Members of Board of Trustees and Members of Board of Directors
Chapter VIII - Accountability
Chapter IX - Supervision
Chapter X - Asset
Chapter XI - Dissolution of BPJS
Chapter XII - Dispute Settlement
Chapter XIII - Relation with Other Institutions
Chapter XIV - Prohibition
Chapter XV - Criminal Provisions
Chapter XVI - Other Provisions
Chapter XVII - Transitional Provisions
Chapter XVIII - Concluding Provisions

According to article 69 of the Law, Law No. 3 of 1992 concerning employees' social security (JAMSOSTEK) is to remain in force until the Labour Affairs the Social Security Organizing Agency (BPJS) begins operating as defined under article 64 of this Law. At this time, JAMSOSTEK is to be revoked and considered null and void.
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