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					                COUNTRY REPORT OF INDONESIA


I.   Introduction

     1. Abuse and illegal circulation of Narcotics may pose hazards for the
         life and cultural values of a nation that can weaken the national
         resilience, therefore, in order to prevent and eradicate the abuse and
         illegal circulation of Narcotics that harm and endanger the life of the
         public, the state and the nation, Law Number 22 Year 1997
         regarding Narcotics regulating efforts for the eradication of criminal
         acts of Narcotics through criminal sanctions in the form of penalty,
         imprisonment, life sentence and capital punishment, has been
         amended.

     2. In reality, criminal acts of Narcotics among the public indicate a trend
         that has increasingly become rampant both quantitatively and
         qualitatively with more various victims, especially among children,
         teenagers and young generation in general. Even criminal acts of
         Narcotics are no longer committed individually, but involving a lot of
         people collectively and constitute an organized syndicate with broad
         neworks who work in a orderly and very clandestine manner both at
         national and international level.

     3. In order to enhance efforts for the prevention and eradication of
         criminal acts of Narcotics, Law No. 22 Year 1997 regarding
         Narcotics has been amended by Law Number 35 Year 2009
         regarding Narcotics, this has been conducted to prevent the trend
         that has increasingly become rampant both quantitatively and
         qualitatively with more victims, especially among children, teenagers
         and young generation in general.

     4. This Country Report is a general overview of the drug problem
         problem situation and national laws and regulations as well as
         relevant UN Conventions that have been enacted by Indonesia.


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II. Situation of Narcotics and Dangerous Substance Issues in Indonesia


   In 2008-2009, Indonesia still confronted issues relating to narcotics and
   dangerous substances. These days, law enforcers have managed to
   uncover several clandestine psychotropic labs. The suspects (TSK)
   constitute part of syndicates operating regionally and internationally
   covering the regions of Hongkong, China, Thailand and Indonesia. This
   situation indicates that Indonesia serves as an area that illicitly produces
   ATS.

   One of the factors causing illegal circulation of narcotics and dangerous
   substances is the fact that some precursors are smuggled both through air
   and sea. In order to cope with this issue, Indonesia has improved efforts to
   monitor and oversee the entry points both at seaports and airports. BNN
   has established seaport and airport task forces since 2003. Recently, the
   seaport and airport task forces conducted interdiction wherein one of their
   members, that is, the customs and excise has uncovered and indicated
   the smuggling of efedrine into Indonesia through airport, Indonesia has
   also faced an increased number of misuses of ketamine, smuggled
   illegally or making fraudulent use of the official channel. Reports made by
   the authorities indicate that the ketamine found in the clandestine labs has
   been used in the making of ecstacy tablets. With regard to this matter,
   althouth the Ministry of Health and Food and Drugs Supervisory Agency
   (BPOM) have included ketamine in the category of prescription drug that
   must be overseen, however, efforts to include ketamine in list of medicines
   overseen in the Narcotics Law are still made.

   Indonesia also has problems with heroin addicts/abusers. In the past, the
   heroin in circulation came from the golden triangle, however, these days,
   the West Africa syndicate has smuggled heroin mostly originating from the
   golden crescent moon region. For the purpose of anticipating this matter,
   the authorities have established a team for immigration permits that
   analyzes someone, especially those who have links to the West Africa
   syndicate or other syndicates, who wants to enter Indonesia. This team


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also conducts a series of operations to cut off foreign narcotics and
dangerous substance networks with local couriers.

Indonesia is also facing marijuana-related problems mostly originating
from the province of Aceh, but we have initiated an Alternative
Development Program located in Lamteba and Maheng- Aceh Province,
aimed at replacing the illegal plants (marijuana) with types of substitute
plants and livestock with a hope that this will enhance the standard of
living of the peasants, both economically and socially.


1. Number of Narcotics and Dangerous Substance Cases Based on
   the Type of Narcotics and Dangerous Substances
   For a period of 5 (five) years as from 2005-2009, the number of
   Narcotics and Dangerous Sustance cases increased from 16,252
   cased in 2005 to 30,668 cases in 2009, an average case increase of
   17.84% per year.


2. Number of Narcotics and Dangerous Substance Suspects Based
   on the Type of Narcotics and Dangerous Substances
   For a period of 5 (five) years as from 2005 – 2009, the number of
   narcotics and dangerous subtance case suspects increased from that
   of the 2005–2008 period, namely 22,780 persons in 2005 to 44,711
   persons in 2008 or an average increase of 25.4% per year,
   meanwhile the number decreased by 14.8% in 2009.


3. Number of Narcotics and Dangerous Substance Suspects Based
   on Citizenship
   The number of foreign citizen suspects increased in 2009 with an
   increase percentage of 17.3%, or an increse of 17 suspects, from 98
   foreign citizen suspects in 2008 to 115 foreign citizen suspects in 2009,
   meanwhile the number of Indonesian citizen suspects decresed in
   2009 with a decrease percentage of 14.9%, or a decrease of 6,658
   suspects.



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4. Data on the Number of Items of Evidence Confiscated
      a. Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Marijuana
           Confiscated


Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Marijuana Confiscated in
                                    2005 – 2009

                                         ITEM OF EVIDENCE
                                      MARIJUANA           EXTENT OF
NO.         YEAR     MARIJUANA                                             MARIJUANA
                                        TREES             MARIJUANA
                     LEAVES (GR)                                           SEED (GR)
                                        (TRUNK)           AREA (HA)
1.          2005      22,835,690.8            187,602               62.3           1,680
2.          2006      11,718,345.8           1,019,307             289.6           3,898
3.          2007      31,877,010.2           1,828,803              242            361.5
4.          2008     140,496,253.2            598,049              128.2           367.2
5.          2009       110,579,603            541,035              113.8             105

          TOTAL        317,506,903           4,174,796             835.9          6,411.7

                     Source: Directorate IV/Criminal Acts of Narcotics and
      Dangerous Substances & KT of the Criminal Investigation Squad of the
      National Police of the Republic of Indonesia, January 2010

5. Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Narcotics Confiscated


Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Narcotics Confiscated in
                                    2005 – 2009

                                               ITEM OF EVIDENCE
                                                                   PREPARED
 NO.         YEAR     HEROIN         COCAINE         HASHISH                       MORPHINE
                                                                      OPIUM
                      (GR)             (GR)              (GR)                          (GR)
                                                                       (GR)
     1.       2005       19,799.8       1,012.5           720.1               -               -
     2.       2006       10,592.6       1,124.2          4,734.2           2.00               -
     3.       2007       14,691.8            241.8        280.8               -               -
     4.       2008       20,553.8            523.9         26.4               -               -
     5.       2009        8,552.7            265.7         40.3               -               -
          TOTAL          74,190.7       3,168.1          5,801.8           2.00               -




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              Source:    Directorate    IV/Criminal      Acts   of     Narcotics    and
      Dangerous Substances & KT of the Criminal Investigation Squad of the
      National Police of the Republic of Indonesia, January 2010

6. Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Psychotropics
      Confiscated


           Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Psychotropics
                         Confiscated in 2005 – 2009
                                             ITEM OF EVIDENCE
      NO.        YEAR          ECSTASY                                     G LIST
                                                   SHABU (GR)
                               (TABLET)                                   (TABLET)
      1.          2005                 255,016.3          368,052.5         2,272,419
      2.          2006                 349,611.8         1,214,806.7        755,252.5
      3.          2007                 1,195,306          1,081,717         2,203,305
      4.          2008                 1,071,266          709,854.8         645,246.5
      5.          2009                  309,335           199,795.6         3,277,471
            TOTAL                  3,180,535.1           3,574,226.6        9,153,694



 Source: Directorate IV/Criminal Acts of Narcotics and Dangerous
 Substances & KT of the Criminal Investigation Squad of the National
 Police of the Republic of Indonesia, January 2010


7. Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Other Addictive
      Substances
               Number of Items of Evidence in the Form of Other Addictive
                    Substances Confiscated in 2005 – 2009
                                             ITEM OF EVIDENCE
NO.             YEAR
                              HARD LIQUOR (BTL)             HARD LIQUOR (LTR)
 1.             2005                         49,495.61                      4,408.70
 2.             2006                           124,143                         2,455
 3.             2007                           142,053                        15,081
 4.             2008                         1,462,748                      93,188.2
 5.             2009                         8,877,341                      52,670.5
            TOTAL                        10,655,780.61                     167,803.4




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        Source:     Directorate   IV/Criminal    Acts    of   Narcotics   and
 Dangerous Substances & KT of the Criminal Investigation Squad of the
 National Police of the Republic of Indonesia, January 2010



Additional Information:


Methadone Substitution Treatment for Drug Addicts
Medically, data in the field on the efforts of harm reduction through
methadone     substitution   treatment   for    drug    addicts   show    that
approximately 4.5 million injecting drug users/IDUs are in Asia and out of
the aforementioned number, 4% of it is female.

Meanwhile, viewed from the aspect of international institutions, the harm
reduction efforts are based on: (1) the International drug conventions of
1961, 1971 and 1988 which allow any country to make treatment,
rehabilitation and social reintegration efforts as alternatives together with
criminal punishment; and (2) The UNGASS Declaration of Commitment
on HIV (2001) as well as other international covenants calling for the
increase of access to sterile injection equipment (Needle Syringe
Programme/NSP) and harm reduction effort related to drug use.

Principles on harm reduction include, among other things:
1. Pragmatic objectives for saving lives and reducing state budget
  spending (because drug addicts have the potential of being infected
  with HIV and must forever take medicines at the expense of the
  state);
2. The use of multiple and varied strategies: including hidden population
  (closed) and education of fellow victims, needle syringe program,
  pharmatic therapy, substitution treatment and health treatment access
  as well as social support (most victims are below the poverty line);
3. Introduction to the hierarchy of risks; and participation of the drug
  addicts themselves.




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It must be admitted that legal restrictions still occur in a number of
countries for the effective implementation of harm reduction strategies
such as methadone substitution treatment and needle syringe program.
Improvement in positive law enforcement and expansion of program
coverage level are still required.

Such conditions are closely related to the consistently deep-rooted myth
and misconception of harm reduction program in a number of countries
as shown by the existence of beliefs that this program will: (1) place
victims in the position of drug addiction, (2) encourage the use of drugs,
and (3) result in waste or use of budget that is difficult to be accounted
for.

All this time, Indonesia has implemented methadone therapy program.
This therapy has even become one of the consistently improved
programs because the number of drug users in Indonesia is considered
very high. As an example, in HIV infection case, 55% of the supporting
factors come from drug users particularly injection drug users/IDUs.
However, this therapy still faces a number of legal obstacles in its
implementation. The first one is the lack of coordination between the law
enforcers and the Ministry of Health. The second one is the legal
obstacle where the implementation of this therapy has not obtained
sufficient legal framework and there are even still overlaps with a
number of related laws such as Law No. 35 Year 2009 Regarding
Narcotics, Law No. 5 Year 1997 Regarding Psychotropics, Law No. 29
Year 2004 Regarding Medical Practices.

Although methadone theraphy has not been fully supported by adequate
legal framework, this theraphy on a medical basis may reduce the illegal
use of drugs. The reasons are, among other things: (1) keeping any
victim in effective medical treatment, (2) the absence of proof of increase
in the use of drugs, (3) preventing and controlling diseases, and
preventing death caused by overdose, (4) enabling people to be
consistently productive at home and at work and eventually reducing


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       criminal behavior, and (5) more effective in cost as in several cases in a
       number of countries.


III.   Counter Drug Programs, Activities and Achievement

       Law Number 35 Year 2009 regarding Narcotics,regulates the following:
       1. Precursors of Narcotics because Precursors of Narcotics constitute
         substances or basic ingredients or chemicals that can be used to
         make Narcotics along with an attachment about Precursors of
         Narcotics by classifying the types of Precursors of Narcotics, as for
         the classification and the types of Precursors of Narcotics are
         regulated in Article 49 and in the attachment to the Law as follows:
         a. Class I for the development of science, diagnostic/laboratory
            reagents, having a very high potential of causing addiction, for
            example     Opiat: morphine, heroin/low-grade heroin, petidine,
            prepared opium; 2. Marijuana/Canabis, hashish; 3 Cocaine:
            cocaine powder, paste, cocaine, coca leaves.
         b. Class II, constitutes basic ingredients for producing medicines,
            causing a potential strong addiction, and can only be used as the
            last option in a treatment, for example: petidine, morphine, fentanil
            or metadone.
         c. Class III, only used for rehabilitation purposes and having a light
            potential of causing addiction, for example: codeine dyphenoxilate.

       2. Criminal sanctions for the abuse of Precursors of Narcotics for
           making Narcotics are regulated in Articles 111 up to and including
           148.

       3. Aggravation of criminal sanctions, in the form of special minimum
           sentence, 20 (twenty)-year imprisonment, life imprisonment and
           capital punishment. The purpose is to give a deterrent effect to
           perpetrators of abuse and illegal circulation of Narcotics and
           Precursors of Narcotics, meanwhile the aggravation of criminal
           sanctions shall be conducted based on the class, type, size and
           amount of the Narcotics.
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4. Article 64 regulates the strengthening of the institution of the National
  Narcotics Agency (BNN) initially constituting a non structural
  institution being under and reporting directly to the President, and only
  had the duty and function to carry out coordination, has been
  promoted to become a Non-Ministerial Government Institution (LPNK)
  and its authority has been strengthened to conduct pre-investigation
  and investigation. The position of BNN is below the President and
  reports to the President. In addition to the above, BNN also has
  representatives in provinces and regencies/cities as vertical agencies,
  namely provincial BNN and regency/city BNN.

5. With regard to the management of assets and properties that
  constitute proceeds of criminal acts of Narcotics and Precursors of
  Nacotics and criminal acts of money laundering of criminal acts of
  Narcotics and Precursors of Narcotics, based on court rulings that
  have obtained permanent legal force, shall still be confiscated for the
  state and shall be used for the purpose of the implementation of the
  prevention and eradication of the misuse and illegal circulation of
  Narcotics and Precursors of Narcotics as well as medical and social
  rehabilitation efforts as provided for in Article 101.

6. The expansion of wiretapping investigation techniques, under cover
  buy and controlled delivery techniques, as well as other investigation
  techniques for the purpose of tracing and revealing the misuse and
  illegal circulation of Narcotics and Precursors of Narcotics shall be
  provided for in Articles 73 up to and including 92.

7. Bilateral, regional and international cooperation to prevent and
  eradicate the misuse and illegal circulation of Narcotics and
  Precursors of Narcotics conducted in an organized fashion and has
  broad networks as well as exceeds state borders as shall be provided
  for in Article 63 of Law No. 35 Year 2009.

8. The granting of reward to law enforcers and community members who
  have been meritorious in efforts for the prevention and eradication of

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    the misuse and illegal circulation of Narcotics and Precursors of
    Narcotics shall be regulated in Article 109.

 9. BNN in the field of law enforcement has conducted the following
    activity measures:
    a. Preparation of training material modules in the field of law
      enforcement (Basic Education and Training for Indonesian Police
      Investigators and Civil Servant Investigators (PPNS));
    b. Training of law enforcing apparatus officers;
    c. Identification, monitoring and evaluation in the field of law
      enforcement;
    d. Eradication of illegal circulation of Narcotics and Dangerous
      Substances;
    e. The cutting off of networks of illegal circulation of Narcotics and
      Dangerous Substances;


Handling of Cases following the Promulgation of Law No. 35 Year
2009 is as follows:
1. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to
   uncover the smuggling of Psychotropics of Shabu type brought from
   Malaysia at the International Arrival Terminal of the Polonia Airport,
   Medan on October 7, 2009, with TRI SUDARMOKO alias MOKO as its
   suspect, and item of evidence of: 4 Kgs of Shabu. The item of evidence
   was packaged in Sustagen Junior boxes and war rice boxes from
   Malaysia to be circulated in Medan, such Shabu was obtained from his
   friend named ABENG having his address in Penang, Malaysia.


2. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to
   catch a recipient of Koran Holy Book package containing Heroin on
   August 18, 2009 sent from Cambodia through the Air DHL services
   (Soekarno Hatta Airport) at Jl. Kalipasir G. Tembok Rt. 11/10 No. 30
   Kebon Sirih, Menteng, Central Jakarta, with HARRY ZALDY bin
   OYONG C. ISMANTO (ojek driver) as its suspect and DYUHANA Binti



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   RAHMAN AMIR (recipient of package shipment from Cambodia), with
   item of evidence of 60 Grams of Heroin.

3. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to nail
   4 (four) Indonesian citizens of Marijuana Type Narcotics dealer network
   members controlled by the Cross Bandung – Sukabumi – Aceh
   network in Warung Cieuri Village, Cicurug District, Sukabumi Regency,
   West Java on September 12, September 2009, with NANDAR
   SUKANDAR bin TOHA, YOGI PERMANA bin SOBANDI, ADE
   SUPRIYATNA bin SAEFUL ANWAR and DASEP BOBOH WAHYUDIN
   bin ENDI as its suspects, item of evicence of 1.8 tons of marijuana. The
   marijuana was brought from Aceh using a truck covered with bananas.

4. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to nail
   2 (two) Shabu type psychotropics dealers at the “Park Royale”
   Apartment, Tower 1 (One) Room No. 0331 3rd Floor, Jl. Jenderal Gatot
   Subroto Kav. 35-39, Central Jakarta on October 19, 2009, with FRANK
   AMADO (American Citizen), and PEYMAN bin AZIZALLAH alias
   SORENA (Iranian Citizen) at its suspects, and item of evidence of:
   5,668 Kgs of Shabu.

5. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to foil
   the smuggling of Shabu from Iran to Indonesia at the Soekarno Hatta
   Airport on October 19, 2009, with all suspects were Iranian citizens by
   the name of: MARYAM BABEI SAYAD, Female. (Iranian Citizen),
   FATEMEH ARABALI DOUSTI binti HASAN, Female, (Iranian Citizen),
   KHOSRAVIAN ZOHREH SADAT, Female. (Iranian Citizen), IRANI
   DELKESH, Female. (Iranian Citizen), KARIMPOV PARDESTANI
   ROUSHAN, Female, (Iranian Citizen), JOUDI MITRA SADAT, Female,
   (Iranian   Citizen),   MORADIOJAGH     SHAZDEH,      Female,    (Iranian
   Citizen), KAHEH        MAHNAZ SADAT,       Female,   (Iranian   Citizen),
   MOHAMMAD REZA NEZAFAT, Male, (Iranian Citizen).
   Items of Evidence of: 17,400 ML of liquid Shabu, 26,852 grams of
   crystal Shabu. The items of evidence were brought by the suspects
   through the Teheran – Syria – Dubai– Jakarta air lane, with modus
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  operandi of packaging liquid Shabu in 13 ”Head & Shoulder” shampoo
  bottles that were kept in suitcases and crystal Shabu that was put
  inside tea, snacks and women wear packages that were kept inside
  suitcases.

6. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to
  thwart the smuggling of Shabu from Iran to Indonesia at the Juanda
  Airport, Surabaya on November 3, 2009, with all suspects were Iranian
  by the name of: MOHAMMAD KHANLARI bin ASGHAR, Male, (Iranian
  Citizen); MOZHGAN SHOURJEH binti MORAD, Female, (Iranian
  Citizen); MOHAMMAD REZA SHAHVAROUGHI bin MOSLEM, Male,
  (Iranian Citizen); SEYED MEHDI MOJAB bin SEYED AZIZ, Male
  (Iranian Citizen).
  Items of Evidence of: 2,159.28 grams of Shabu, 4,012.51 grams
  Shabu; 1,254.28 grams of Shabu. The items of evidence were brought
  by the suspects through the Teheran – Indonesia air lane (Surabaya
  destination), with modus operandi of Shabu that was absorbed by
  towels and kept in plastic bags.

7. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force managed to
  disclose a XTC and Shabu as well as XTC making home industry
  dealer syndicate begun with the arrest of a suspect by the name of
  Iwan at Jl. Mangga Besar VI Taman Sari, West Jakarta on November
  4, 2009, with item of evidence of: 5,000 tablets of XTC with IWAN
  DJAYA ADMAJA, RUDY, WILLIAM FRENDY, CHRISTIAN SALIM alias
  AWE at its suspects.
  Items of Evidence of: 10,620 tablets of XTC, 4 grams of Shabu, 3,000
  grams of black Powder, 3,000 grams of pink Powder, 1,000 grams of
  white Powder, 4,000 grams of yellow solid Powder, 5 jerry cans of
  Ammonia, 6 bottles of dye, 5,000 grams of Precursor, 600 liters of
  liquid Precursor, 1,000 grams of Shabu, Shabu reagent and a unit of
  mold.




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8. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force, based on the
   information developed by the Directorate of Narcotics and Dangerous
   Substances, managed to uncover an illegal XTC and Shabu dealer
   syndicate network on November 5, 2009, in which suspect Christian
   Salim alias.AWE showed that such items were made at the Villa Setia
   Budi Regency housing complex, Wing 2, Safire, with ALENG as its
   suspect, and items of evidence of: 1,000 grams of Shabu, 300
   kilograms of shabu reagents and shabu making equipment.

9. The Narcotics and Dangerous Substances Task Force, in collaboration
   with the Ngurah Rai Airport Customs and Excise, managed to thwart
   the smuggling of Shabu from Turkey at the Ngurai Rai Airport,
   Denpasar, Bali, RS BIMC and RS Polri Trijata Bali on December 9 –
   14, 2009, with suspects by the name of: (1) DARYOUSH OMID ALI,
   Male, with Item of Evidence of 100 Capsules of Shabu; (2) BAHMAN
   MIRZAE, Male, with item of evidence of 131 capsules of Shabu; (3)
   MOHSEN MUHAMMAD ARGASI, Male, with item of evidience of 53
   capsules of Shabu; (4) ALI REZA SAFARKHANLOO, Male, with item
   of evidence of 77 capsules of Shabu; (5) MEHDI ALI NEJAD
   GOLESTAN, Male, with item of evidence of 80 capsules of Shabu; (6)
   SAEID SOLTANI NABIZADEH, Male, with item of evidence of 32
   capsules of Shabu; (7) MASOUD SOLTANINABIZADEH, Male, with
   item of evidence of 87 capsules of Shabu.

   The total number of items of evidence was 560 capsules of Shabu. The
   items of evidence of Shabu were packaged in the shape of capsule and
   then were swallowed by the suspects and brought from Istambul,
   Turkey – Doha, Qatar – Denpasar, Bali and made the transit in Kuala
   Lumpur.

As for the handling of cases settled by virtue of Law Number 22 Year 2007
and Law Number 35 Year 2009 shall be described in the following tables:




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                            TABLE OF CASE SETTLEMENTS
                                                                                       2009
                                                                                  JAN-OCT          NOV-DEC
NO CASE                 2005           2006        2007      2008        TOTAL        Law                Law
                                                                                  22/1997           35/2009
1       Narcotics         8,171            9,422   11,380        10,00   11,135         8,047              3,088
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2       Psychotropic      6,733            5,658     9,780       8,779    8,779         8,547               232
        s
3       Other             1,348            2,275     1,961       9,573   10,964         8,384              2,580
        Addictive
        Subtances
                        16,252         17,355      22,630        29,35   30,878        24,978              5,900
        Total
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% of increase                  -           6.8%      30.4%   29.7%       5.17%



                         TABLE OF SUSPECT SETTLEMENTS
                                                                                                  2009
                                                                                            JAN-OCT            NOV-DEC
    NO          SUSPECT        2005           2006        2007       2008
                                                                             TOTAL          Law                    Law
                                                                                            22/1997             35/2009
    1       Narcotics          10,94         15,494     17,955      13,412   15,081               10,874            4,207
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    2       Psychotropics      10,07          8,814     14,206      13,104   11,687               11,295             392
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    3       Other              1,756          7,327       4,008     18,178   11,635                8,947            2,688
            Addictive
            Subtances
                               22,78        31,635     36,169       44,694   38,403               31,116            7,287
             Total
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        % of increase              -        38.9%      14.3%        23.6%    -14.07%



 As a follow-up to the ratification of Law Number 35 Year 2009, the
 following implementing regulations shall be made:
 1. Provisions regarding changes to the classification of Narcotics.
 2. Provisions regarding Narcotics annual need plan preparation.
 3. Provisions regarding oversight procedures.



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4. Provisions regarding procedures for the administration of production
   and/or use in production with a very limited amount for the purpose of
   the advancement of science and technology.
5. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for obtaining permit
   and using Narcotics.
6. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for obtaining Import
   Approval Letter and Export Approval Letter.
7. Provisions regarding Narcotics Transit activities.
8. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for licensing for the
   circulation of Narcotics in the form of medicine.
9. Class II and Class III Narcotics that are in the shape of both natural
   and synthetic basic ingredients used for producing medicines.
10. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for the distribution of
   Narcotics.
11. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for the delivery of
   Narcotics.
12. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for the inclusión of
   label and publication.
13. Provisions    regarding   conditions   and   procedurs   for   producing,
   importing, exporting and circulating, recording and reporting as well as
   overseeing Precursors of Narcotics.
14. Provisions regarding the implementation of mandatory report.
15. Provisions regarding development and supervision.
16. Provisions regarding organizational structure and working procedures
   of the BNN.
17. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for the appointment
   and discharge of the Head of the BNN.
18. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for the storage,
   safeguarding and supervision of Narcotics and Precursors of Narcotics
   confiscated.
19. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for sampling and test
   at certain laboratory.
20. Provisions regarding conditions and procedures for the delivery and
   destruction of confiscated goods.
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      21. Provisions regarding protection procedures by the state.
      22. Provisions regarding procedures for the use of properties or assets
         obtained from the proceeds of crimes.
      23. Provisions regarding public participation.


IV.     Conclusion

        1. The government of Indonesia has been intensifying and expanding
           its counter drug measures, programs and activities, which are made
           possible because of firm political and budgetary commitment and
           support from both the Executive and Legislative.

        2. Larger population, especially, the youth, students, laborers, parents
           and the community have received intensive prevention information
           and education, most of them have recognized and been aware of the
           danger of drugs.

        3. Law enforcement operations are enhanced using sophisticated
           investigation technology conducted by special trained personnel.

        4. Treatment, Rehabilitation and aftercare will be further developed
           using evidence based modalities.

        5. Regional cooperation could be enhanced by harmonizing several
           articles in the laws, regulations and procedures, between ASEAN
           countries.

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