Jakarta: The Legislative Body (Baleg) opens the opportunity to add to the omnibus law bill that will be drafted. At present, there are four bills on the simplification of regulations proposed by the government that will enter the 2020 national legislation program (Prolegnas).
"Actually, the omnibus law does not rule out the possibility that there are things that must be discussed again," said Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives (DPR) Rieke Diah Pitaloka in the Parliament Complex, Senayan, Central Jakarta on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.
Rieke said there were specific criteria for wanting to re-enter the omnibus law. The bill must be urgent and involve the lives of many people.
"Both those that concern the public's attention and substantially are important for the nation and the state. That can be opened again," she said.
The Legislative Body (Baleg) of the DPR and the government agreed on a total of 50 draft bills that were included in the 2020 Priority National Legislation Program (Prolegnas). There were four bills that changed from the previous list.
"The first bill on Bakamla (Indonesian Maritime Security Agency) rose to the 2020 priority bill which was proposed by the government. It will be in the Omnibus law," said House of Representatives Chairperson Supratman Andi Agtas at the Parliamentary Complex, Senayan, Central Jakarta on Thursday, January 16, 2020.
From the list of 50 Priority Prolegnas Bills, four of them are the omnibus law bills which consists of the Bill on Pharmaceuticals, the Bill on Employment Creation, the Bill on Taxation Provisions and Facilities for Strengthening the Economy, and the Bill on the National Capital.