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    Realization of Tapera Law Needs The Support of The Entire Nation Elements



    BANDUNG-Realization Act of Housing Savings (Tapera Act) requires the support of all elements of the nation, including the business community. Tapera lofty goal of the Act to provide adequate housing for all citizens can only be achieved with the cooperation and mutual assistance dai all the people of Indonesia.
     It was submitted by member of Commission V House of Representatives of the National Awakening Party, Neng Eem Marhamah Zulfa HIZ, during the working visit of the House of Representatives of the Legislative Body Socialization of Law Tapera in Manado, North Sulawesi, on Monday (27/6) that a release submitted to the editor jabarprov .go.id, Monday (17/6). This event was also attended by Vice-Chairman and a number of Members Baleg House of Representatives, the Regional Secretary of the Provincial Government of North Sulawesi, and along with the ranks Forkopimda, Leadership and Members of Parliament, Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, the police chief and staffs, business property, banking, APINDO, banking, and community academic.
    "The source of funding for housing for low-income people from the state budget (State Budget) are very limited. Therefore, all elements of the required cooperation to provide assistance for the creation of livable housing for every citizen of Indonesia, "said Neng Eem.
    Tapera Act formally agreed upon between the Government and the Parliament in a plenary meeting dated February 26, 2016 and ratified by the President and entered into force on March 24, 2016. The cornerstone of the issuance of Law Tapera is the mandate of the 1945 Constitution which states that the state guarantees a decent place to live and affordable to humans Indonesia , The presence of this law is also considered to complement the two laws that were born before the Act No. 1 of 2011 on Housing and Settlement Region, and Act No. 20 of 2011 on flats.
    Since the discussion until its ratification, the Act Tapera has provoked resistance among employers and private employees for their employer's obligation as an employer and as a private employee workers to participate in the membership Tapera with the obligation to provide tuition. The amounts of fees in the private sector is 3% with a 2.5% ratio of workers and employers 0.5%.
    Meanwhile, workers are entitled to the amenities of home through Tapera is MBR (low-income communities) are earning below the minimum wage (Minimum Wage), whereas workers with an income above the minimum wage will only get their savings back at the end of his tenure.
    According Neng Eem, the provisions in the Act Tapera particularly Article 64 concerning the obligations of employers and Article 72 concerning sanctions, is an attempt to bring the business world to participate in the program's procurement of appropriate housing. "It's the name we worked worked together in accordance philosophy of this nation," he said. (M)
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