Detiktoday.com – Member of Commission VII DPR RI Maman Abdurrahman stated that the revision of the Mineral and Coal Law (Minerba Law) was in accordance with the rules of the game and procedural mechanisms in the context of the legislative program in the DPR RI. Maman emphasized that the formation of the revision of the Minerba Law has also gone through various stages with the principles of transparency and accountability.
This was explained by Maman after giving a statement representing the DPR RI Proxy Team in the Plenary Session of the Constitutional Court Case, listening to the testimony of the DPR, the President and DPD RI informants, in the DPR RI Expertise Body (BK) Meeting Room, Senayan, Jakarta, Wednesday (21/10 / 2020). Also attending were members of Commission III of the Indonesian Parliament Arteria Dahlan, Head of BK Inosentius Samsul and Head of the Monitoring Center for the Implementation of the Tanti Sumartini Act.
“The DPR RI at the time of the formation of the revision of the Minerba Law was in accordance with the rules of the game. The formation of the revision of the Minerba Law is already based on the principles of transparency and accountability by inviting parties who are deemed competent to provide views and opinions, “said Maman.
The second point, continued this Golkar Party politician, is that the formation of the revision of the Minerba Law is already based on principles for the benefit of the nation and state. Maman revealed, the formation of the revision of the Law has taken into account various sectors of the country’s needs for the situation and conditions of the national Minerba.
Where, said Maman, various government efforts to increase state income and promote community welfare from the Minerba sector were the main considerations for the DPR RI in forming the revision of the Minerba Law. On the other hand, Maman clarified that the formation of the revision of the Minerba Law had involved the DPD RI.
“Of course, in principle, the DPR respects and respects the applicant for judicial review of the Act because it is a democratic process that must be passed by every institution and the constitutional rights that everyone has. However, the applicant or plaintiff should have relevance and competence in the field of Mineral and Coal, “concluded the legislator for the West Kalimantan electoral district.