Gerakan Nasional Anti Narkotika
National Anti-Drug Movement
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Article of Association


GRANAT

Gerakan Nasional Anti Narkotika | National Anti-drug Movement

ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

(Free Translation-Summary)

PREAMBLE

The fact that illicit trafficking and abuse of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances (drugs) have become a threat to undermine Indonesia. Drug trafficking and abuse has hit all levels of society, from students of elementary school through college, to business professionals and on to personnel of security agencies, either in urban or rural, rich and poor alike. As a result, Indonesia is exposed to a threat of losing a  succeeding generation.

That such circumstances were reflected by  more Indonesians gets addicted to drug which lead to the death of many.

Tackling the illicit trafficking and drug abuse are not merely the government’s responsibility but are also public’s obligation, either jointly or individually.

In consideration of the foregoing, and with a full sense of responsibility based on dedication and driven by a noble desire to save the people of Indonesia from the devastation due to drug abuse and illicit trafficking, a community social organization is formed as follows:

 

CHAPTER I

GENERAL

Article 1

Name, Place and Time

 

  1. This Community Social Organization is called GERAKAN NASIONAL ANTI NARKOTIKA (National Movement Against Narcotics) abbreviated as GRANAT (hereinafter referred to as “GRANAT”)
  2. GRANAT was founded in Jakarta, on October 2, 1999 and was officially declared on October 28, 1999. Having its Head Quarters in the capital city of Republic of Indonesia with its Executive Board to be formed in every province, regency / municipality, district / village / rural and at the education premises, as well as certain other premises as deemed necessary, within the jurisdiction of Republic of Indonesia.
  3. Establishment of GRANAT is for the unspecified period of time

 

Article 2

Principal and Fundamental

 

  1. GRANAT adheres to the principle of PANCASILA and 1945 Constitution
  2. GRANAT was established by reference to:
    1. Chapter IV section F point h TAP MPR (decree of People Consultative Assembly) No. IV/MPR/1999 on the Guidelines of State Policy stipulates: “To systematically eradicate the missuse and trafficking of narcotics and illicit drugs by giving producers, dealers and users with severe penalty”
    2. Chapter 54 section (1) Law No. 5/1997 (on Psychotropic substance) stipulates: ” The community has opportunity in anyway to participate in effort of prevention to drug abuse referred to in this law and regulations”
    3. Chapter 54 section (2) Law no. 5/1997 (on Psychotropic substance) that reads: “The public must report to the authorities of their awareness that drug abuse and illegal possession of psychotropic substance are taking place”
    4. Chapter 57 section (1) Law No. 22/1997 (on Narcotics) that reads: “The public has the broadest opportunity to participate in helping to prevent and eradicate abuse and trafficking of narcotics”
    5. Chapter 57 article (2), Law No. 22/1997 (on Narcotics) that reads: “The public must report to the authorities information pertaining to drug abuse  and trafficking of Narcotics”

 

Article 3

Purpose and Objectives

 

  1. GRANAT is a social, independent and open organization that does not distiguish people of their ethnic, origin, religion, race and class.
  2. Recognizes that duties and responsibilities to eradicate illicit drug trafficking, preventing drug abuse and help delinquent are not merely the duties and responsibilities of the Government. Rather it is the duties and responsibilities of all community members, either jointly or individually
  3. The purpose of GRANAT’s establishment is aimed at preventing Indonesian, particularly the younger generation from the hazard created by illicit trafficking and drug abuse

CHAPTER II

MISSION

Article 4

 

To achieve these objectives, GRANAT will organize and direct its primary frame work in a conceptual and systematical manner to:

 

  1. Actively participate to assist all and any efforfts by the Government to
    1. Prevent the entry of drugs (illegaly)
    2. Eradicate and limit the illicit drug trafficking
    3. Preventing the community from drug abuse
    4. Help addicts (considered as victims) to rehabilitation
  2. Build, foster and raise awareness for public to actively participate in the actions referred to in paragraph 1  points a to d above;
  3. To develop awareness campaign and  encourage public of their obligation to report to authorities if they should know drug abuse and trafficking are taking place;
  4. To launch awareness campaign of hazard posed by abuse and trafficking of illicit drugs
  5. To encourage people to take pride of being healthy without drugs;
  6. To gather people or groups who care about the harm cerated by illicit traffic and drug abuse;
  7. Work together with the government institution or private sector to actively participate in undertaking all efforts to achieve GRANAT’s objective as referred to in Article 4 paragraph 1 to 9 of Articles of Association
  8. To gather from public information pertaining to illicit trafficking and drug abuse and share such information to National Police or other relevant authorities
  9. To watch actions taken by government in law enforcement to drug dealers and drug users

CHAPTER III

MEMBERSHIP

Article 5

 

  1. GRANAT membership distinguish as follows:
    1. Regular Member
    2. Honorary Member
  2. Regular Member is any person who cares about the hazard imposed by illicit traffic and drug abuse, and who has no involvement directly or indirectly, with drug, submit a written application according to the procedures set forth in Articles of Association and Bylaw of GRANATs
  3. Honorary Member is any person or group conforms with criteria in paragraph 2 above, but is exempted from having to submit a written application, is regarded to have contributed to the activities referred to in Article 4 paragraph 1 letter a to d Articles of Association, who is willing to be appointed as a Honorary Member

 

MEMBER’S RIGHT AND OBLIGATIONS

Article 6

  1. Regular member shall actively participate in activities / programs organized by GRANAT in order to achieve its objectives.
  2. Regular member has a right to elect and be elected and also right to speak
  3. Honorary member has the right to speak but does not have the right to elect nor be elected

Article 7

  1. Application procedures for GRANAT’s membership is as follows:
    1. Submit a written application in a form provided by GRANAT branch where the applicant is domiciled
    2. In case of GRANAT organization is unavailable as specified in point a above, then submit the application to a higher level of organization where the applicant is domiciled
  2. Application shall be processed by GRANAT organization that receives the application referred to in paragraph 1 points a and b, and at no later than 30 days after such an application is received and examined, GRANAT’s decision shall be given whether the application is accepted or declined
  3. A person may only be a member at GRANAT organization where membership is approved. All members are prohibited to become member or official  of any other organizations similar to GRANAT organization
  4. A member may be suspended or dusmissed by GRANAT organization where the member is registered, if found to have made any of the following four mistakes:
    1. Violation of GRANAT’s Articles of Association and Bylaw
    2. Perform acts that harm the organization
    3. Either directly or indirectly involved in the illicit traffic and drug abuse
    4. Commits criminal offence associated to drugs

Article 8

  1. GRANAT’s membership terminates because of:
    1. Death
    2. Resignation
    3. Suspension
    4. Dismissal
  2. Procedures on resignation, suspension and dismissal is set forth in GRANAT’s policies and procedures

 

CHAPTER IV

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE, EXECUTIVE BOARD AND AUTHORITY

Article 9

 

GRANAT’s organization is structured as follows:

  1. Organization at national level having it’s office in the capital of Republic of Indonesia and chaired by National Executive Board (hereinafter referred to as “DPP”)
  2. Organization at provincial level (except for Jakarta province) domiciled in the capital of respective provinces, managed by Provincial Executive Board (hereinafter referreds to as “DPD”)
  3. Organization at regency and/or mayoral level having its office in regency or mayoral city is chaired by respective Branch Executive Board (hereinafter referred to as “DPC”)
  4. Organization at special locations such as residential area, work force at business or factories and other places located within the province and as DPD deems necessary; and/or other places within Metropolitan Jakarta that is deemed necessary by DPP, is chaired by Special Branch Executive Board (hereinafter referred to as “DPC-K”)
  5. Organization at district level is chaired by District Executive of District (DPAC)
  6. Organization at campus or school or other educational centres deemed necessary as determined by DPC, or by DPP in case of located within Metropolitan Jakarta, is chaired by Rayon Executive Board (Rayon)
  7. Organization at village or rural level is chaired by Ranting Executive Board (Ranting)

 

NATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD (DPP)

Article 10

  1. DPP is the Steering Committee that leads GRANAT in a collective manner and consists of a Chairman and several Members of the Board, a Secretary General and five Vice Secretary Generals, Department Heads and respective Deputy Department Heads
  2. DPP authorized:
    1. Make policies at national level, according to Articles of Association and National Congress as well as decided by meetings of DPP;
    2. Act for and on behalf of GRANAT
    3. Ratifies management structure of GRANAT at all level
    4. Suspend or dismiss member of DPP committed to any of four violations referred to in Article 7 paragraph 4 points a to d of Articles of Association
    5. Ratifies suspension or dismissal decision made by GRANAT Executive Board at all levels, to members committed to any of the four violations referred to in Article 7 paragraph 4 points a to d of Articles of Association
  3. National Executive Board  (DPP) obliges:
    1. Striving for achieving GRANAT’s objective
    2. Convene National Congress, National Working Meeting and other meetings or conferences as deemed necessary
    3. Carry out organization policies and procedures complies with Articles of Association and Regulations as well as Congress Resolutions
    4. Discharge responsibility to Congress
  4. In order to help Secretary General carry out the tasks, a secretariate office equals to that of departmental offices and led by a manager is set up. The manager reports directly to Secretary General

REGIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD (DPD)

Article 11

  1. DPD is GRANAT Executive at provincial level collectively chair the organization, comprises of a Chair, Secretary together with some deupty secretaries, a trasurer and assistant treasurers and several bureaus in line with requirement that are led by Bureau Heads and assistants, and members.
  2. DPD authorizes to:
    1. Determine Policies for organization in the region conforms with DPP decision and resolution of MUSDA and policies determined by DPP
    2. Act for and on behalf of GRANAT
    3. Issue Decision Letter to form subordinate organization and their respective management which subject to ratification by DPP
    4. Suspend or dismiss DPD’s personnel who violates any of the four actions as referred to in Article 7 paragraph 4 letters a to d Articles of Association, which suspension or dismissal shall be subject to ratification by DPP
  3. DPD obliges to:
    1. Work to achieve GRANAT’s objectives and implement all activities as determined by DPP and Congress
    2. Submit a written report to DPP regularly outlining all activities or events that get attention from public at all organizations under its supervision
    3. Shall at least once in every three months report to DPP of the membership turn over at every locations under its supervision
    4. Hold the Regional Congress
    5. Present accountability to the Regional Congress, and at least 30 days after the Regional Congress, DPD shall report to DPP of the Regional Congress resolutions

EXECUTIVE BOARD AT BRANCHES LEVEL

Articles 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 consecutively are compressed below for conveniences.

 

  1. DPC, DPC-K, DPAC, Rayon and Ranting is GRANAT Executive at regency or mayoral or city, district, village, rural, campus or school premises lead the organization in a collective manner. The Board composition is similar with that of DPD,  adjusted to local customs and requirements (collectively hereinafter referred to as Branch Council)
  2. Branch Council authorizes to:
    1. Determine organization’s policies in each location that shall conform with superior’s decision and resolution of the Congress and Bylaw determined by DPP
    2. Act for and on behalf of GRANAT
    3. Issue Decision Letter to form subordinate organizations and their respective management which is subject to ratification by DPD
    4. Suspend or dismiss DPC’s personnel who violates any of the four actions as referred to in Article 7 paragraph 4 letters a to d Articles of Association, which suspension or dismissal shall be subject to ratification by DPP
  3. Branch Council obliges to:
    1. Work to achieve GRANAT’s objectives and implement all activities as determined by DPP, DPD and Congress
    2. Submit a written report to DPD regularly outlining all activities or events that get attention from public at all organizations under its supervision
    3. Shall at least once in every three months report to DPD of the membership turn over at every locations under its supervision
    4. Hold the Branch Congress
    5. Deliver accountability to the Branch Congress, and at least 30 days thereafter, shall report to DPD and DPP of the Branch Congress resolutions

CHAPTER V

MEETINGS

Article 17

  1. EXECUTIVE MEETING
    1. Meetings of DPP may be convened at anytime as DPP deems necessary or upon the request of at least two Founder Members or by at least five Members of Board of Advisors
    2. Meetings of DPD may be held at any time as deemed necessary by DPD or upon the request of DPP
    3. Meetings of DPC/DPAC may be held at anytime as deemed necessary by DPC/DPAC or upon the request of DPD
    4. Meetings of DPCK may be held as deemed necessary by DPCK and upon the request of DPCK, or by DPD in case of Rayon within Metropolitan Jakarta
    5. Meetings of Rayon may be held as Rayon deems necessary or at the request of Rayon or DPP in the case the Rayon is located within Metropolitan Jakarta
    6. Meetings of Ranting may be held as Ranting deems necessary or at the request of DPAC
  2. REGIONAL COORDINATION MEETINGS
    1. At least once in every six months DPD conducts a Regional Coordination Meeting with all GRANAT offices within its region
    2. The meeting shall be attended by all members of DPD’s Executives, Advisors, representatives from DPCs, DPCK, DPAC, Rayon and Ranting which may be attended by DPP
    3. Matters resolved at the Regional Meeting are binding and applicable to all organization within the concerned Region as long as they are not contradict with Articles of Association, Regulations nor National or Regional Congress
  3. NATIONAL WORKING MEETINGS
    1. At least once in every two years, DPP holds National Working Meeting attended by all DPP members, Advisors and representatives from all and every DPD
    2. Resolutions resolved at National Working Meeting shall be binding and applicable to the entire organization as long as they do not contradict with resolutions resolved at National Congress

Article 18

All resolutions ratified by the Meetings shall be based on consensus, if not achievable then the decision is based on majority votes

 

CHAPTER VI

CONGRESS

Pasal 19

 

Deliberations at GRANAT organizations consists of:

  • National Congress
  • Regional Congress
  • Branch/Sub-Branch/District/ Rayon and Ranting Congress

NATIONAL CONGRESS 

Article 20

 

  1. National Congress is the general assembly of GRANAT organization that holds supreme authority to:

–        Determine Articles of Association

–        Establish Organization’s policies and national program

–        Receives accountability from DPP

–        Elect the Chairman of DPP

  1. National Congress shall be convened once in every five years
  2. Attendees shall comprise of Founder, Board of Advisors, DPP, and two representatives respectively from DPD, DPC/DPCK and Rayon
  3. Congress is legitimate to make binding decision by the presence of at least:

–        ½ plus 1 of Foundeing Council members;

–        ½ plus 1 Board of Advisors members;

–        ½ plus 1 DPD

–        ½ plus 1 DPC/DPCK

  1. In the case the Congress does not meet the quorum, it will adjourn for the 2 x 30 minutes period, and reconvene afterwards without taking quorum into account

 

REGIONAL CONGRESS AND CONGRESSES AT LOCATIONS UNDER ITS COORDINATION

 

Articles 21, 22, 23, 24 are herewith compressed for conveniences

 

  1. Regional Congress is authorized to

–        Determine frame work for its location

–        Receives accountability delivered by DPD, DPC, DPCK, DPAC, Rayon, Ranting

–        Elect Chairman of the Board at each location

  1. Regional Congress shall be convened once in every five years
  2. Attendees shall be comprised of all members of DPD (DPC in case of Branch) and so forth.
  3. Regional Congress is legitimate to make a binding decision if attended by at least:

–        ½ plus 1 DPC members

–        ½ plus 1 subordinate Board

–        ½ plus 1 Advisors

  1. In case the quorum is not achievable, the Congress is adjourned for a 2 x 30 minutes period, and shall be reconvened afterwards without putting the quorum into account

 

CHAPTER VII

TERM OF OFFICE AND ELECTION

Article 25

Term of office for GRANAT Executive Board is as follows:

  1. Five years for DPP commencing from being elected at the Congress
  2. Five years for DPD commencing from ratification by DPP;
  3. Five years for DPC/DPCK commencing from ratification by DPP or DPD;
  4. Three years for DPAC and Ranting commencing from ratification by DPC; and
  5. Two years for Rayon commencing from ratification by DPC or DPP

 

ELECTION OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Article 26

  1. Members attending the Congress referred to in Article 20 paragraph 3, nominate five candidates for leadership. Candidate receives a majority of all votes cast shall declare the nominee elected Chairman of DPP who will determine the structure of organization.
  2. Attendees to Regional Congress comprise of two representatives from each and every branch/special branch/district and members of the Regional Advisors nominates three candidates for leadership. Candidate reveives majority of all votes cast del=clare elected as Chairman of DPD
  3. The same procedures apply to subordinate organization of DPD as referred to in paragraphs 4, 5 and 6 of this Article 26 with minor adjustment to meet the local requirement respectively

 

CHAPTER VIII

FOUNDING COUNCIL AND BOARD OF ADVISORS

Article 27

FOUNDING COUNCIL

 

  1. Founding Council comprises of those who sealed off their signature on the Declaration of Establishment of GRANAT on October 2, 2012 comprises of 14 members. The group of 14 people is hereinafter referred to as the “Founder”
  2. Founding Council consists of Chairman and Secretary whose position and term of office have been determined by themselves
  3. Founders are obliged to
    1. Adhere to the Articles of Association and decisions made by GRANAT’s National Congress
    2. Foster and develop organization
  4. Founders authorize to:
    1. Vote and be voted upon to Executive Board office
    2. Attend all GRANAT’s meetings at all level across the organization
    3. Provide suggestion and advice to DPP, DPD, DPC
    4. Matters that DPP cannot resolve, at least 2/3 of Founder are authorized to do so

BOARD OF ADVISORS

Article 28

  1. Board of Advisors comprises of prominent figures from community, Scholars, Military and Civil society who are invited by Founder or DPP to take up office of Advisors to DPP, are regarded as individual who cares and shares the common vision and attitude with GRANAT, and upon acceptance of such invitation by the invitee, will be confirmed by DPP’s decision letter afterwards.
  2. At inception of GRANAT, Board of Advisors to DPP comprised of:
    1. Marzuki Darusman, SH
    2. K. H. Abdul Wahid Aziz Bisri
    3. Prof. DR Yaumil Agus Achir
    4. Jend. Pol Drs. Dibyo Widodo
    5. Prof. DR Lobby Luqman, SH
    6. H. Bismar Siregar, SH
    7. Prof DR dr Dadang Hawari
    8. Mayjen TNI Adang Ruchiatna
    9. Mayjen TNI Sudiyotomo
    10. Mayjen Pol Drs Noegroho Djaoesman
    11. Mayjen Pol Drs Nufaizie
    12. Mayjen Pol Drs Da’i Bachtiar
    13. Laksma TNI Wibisono
    14. DR Todung Mulya Lubis, SH., LLM
    15. Ir. Martiono Hadianto, MBA
    16. Suhandjono, SH
    17. Drs. G. H. A. Dradjat
    18. Brigjen TNI Fx Bachtiar
  3. Number of Board of Adivisors thereafter shall be an odd number subject to a minimum nine and maximum 19
  4. Board of Avisors are obliged to
    1. Adhere to Articles of Association and resolutions resolved at Congress
    2. Foster and develop organization
    3. Give advice to DPP either voluntarily or upon request
    4. Any Advisors may, by the appointment of DPP, be elected as Regional Coordinator
  5. Advisor has the right to
    1. Vote and be voted to the Executive office
    2. Attend to all meetings convened at all level across GRANAT organization
    3. Give advice and/or suggestions to Executive at all level across GRANAT organization
  6. Board of Advisors at regional level and are in principle similar with that of Advisors to DPP, adjusted and determined by DPD
  7. Board of Advisors at Branch or Special Branch level are in principal similar with that of DPPs but adjusted to DPC or DPCK requirement
  8. Advisors to DPAC at Sub Branch level are in principle similar with that of DPP but adjusted to DPAC requirement
  9. Especially for Rayon, Rector, Dean, Schoolmaster are collective Advisors
  10. Term of office of Advisors is in line with the term of office for Executive

INTERNAL AUDITOR

Article 29

  1. Number of internal Auditors shall be at the minimum of three or at any other odd number, appointed and dismissed by DPP
  2. Internal Auditor shall carry out audit to organization’s financials, at least once a year and as such report the audit result to DPP
  3. Internal Auditors are authorized to conduct audit to organization financials according to generally acceptable standard accounting practice, including request of information as well as evidences from General Treasury or cashiers

CHAPTER IX

BYLAW 

Article 30

  1. Matters not provided for in the Articles of Association is set forth in Bylaw so long as it does not cotradict with Articles of Association
  2. Bylaw is set forth by DPP

 

CHAPTER X

AMENDMENTS and DISSOLVE OF GRANAT

Article 31

 

  1. Articles of Association may be amended  by National Congresss
  2. Granat can only be dissolved by National Congress, convened to particularly serve the purpose upon the request of a minimum 2/3 members of Founding Council and shall be ratified by a minimum of 2/3 of DPD and with the presence of a minimum 2/3 of all members attending the National Congress

 

 

 

GRANAT

Gerakan Nasional Anti Narkotika | National Movement Against Narcotics

BYLAW

(Free Translation – Summary)

 

 

 

CHAPTER I

MEMBERSHIP

 

Article 1

Qualifications

  1. Indonesian citizen who has strong commitment on effort to prevent and counteract illicit drug trafficking and drug abuse
  2. Adheres to GRANAT’s Declaration and Articles of Association/Bylaw
  3. Never imprisoned for criminal offence related to drug trafficking
  4. Not a registered member at any other NGOs similar to GRANAT
  5. Comply with membership terms and condition set forth by DPP

 

Article 2

Terms of Membership

 

  1. Membership application is precessed at Rayon, Ranting or Sub-Branch to be further concurred by DPC (Branch Executive Council)
  2. Application may be done individually or collectively
  3. DPC shall verify the application upon receipt of such acceptance recommendation
  4. Following DPC’s concurrence, a membership card bearing membership id number shall be issued, and report this turn over to respective DPD (Regional Executive Council)
  5. DPD shall report to DPP (National Executive Council) of membership turn over at once a year
  6. Procedures of membership acceptance is determined by DPP’s Decision Letter

 

Article 3

Member’s Rights and Obligation

Rights:

  1. A member has the right to attend, speak up and vote at any meetings conducted by organization
  2. A member has the right to cast vote and/or be elected to the Executive Board

 

Obligations:

  1. Adheres to Articles of Association and Bylaw
  2. Comply with obligations determined by Executive Board
  3. Shall participate in promoting and maintaining the dignity of the organization

 

Article 4

Membership Termination Mechanism

 

  1. Member may tender his resignation at his own accord, to DPC for ratification in the Daily Meeting
  2. Any member deemed to have breached Article 7 paragraph (4) of Articles of Association, is subject to dismissal;
  3. Apart from those referred to in paragraph (2) above, any member may be dismissed for reasons as follows:
    1. No longer qualify to be a member
    2. Enrolled to be a member of other organization similar to GRANAT
    3. Breach Articles of Association, Bylaw and Congress Resolution
    4. Take actions or acts that contravene the organization’s policy and regulations
    5. Death
  4. Prior to making final decision on dismissal as referred to in paragraph (3) above, warning may be given to the concerned member in the following manner:
    1. Verbal Warning
    2. Written Warning – 1st
    3. Written Warning – 2nd
  5. Prior to making decision as referred to in paragraphs (2) and (3) above, the concerned member has the right of appeal, twice
  6. Decision on membership termination shall be confirmed by DPP’s Decision Letter, based on DPC’s recommendation through respective DPD
  7. When appropriate, DPC may suspend the member and report as such to DPP through DPD
  8. If the member objects to his dismissal, the said member may submit his objection to DPP through DPD for further consideration in National Congress
  9. Procedures on Membership Termination is regulated in Organization’s policies and procedures

 

CHAPTER II

BOARD OF EXECUTIVE

Article 5

Structure of Board of Executive

 

  1. In every region comprises of Chair, Deputies, Secretary and Vice Secretaries, Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer, and Departments for DPP or Bureaus for DPD and all organizations under its coordination
  2. Department and/or Bureaus referred to in paragraph (1) above, shall at least cover the following areas:
    1. Investigations;
    2. Community Service and Care
    3. Information and Communication
    4. Organization Development
    5. Finance
    6. Foreign Relations (at DPP only)
    7. Secretariate
    8. Internal Auditor

 

Article 6

Special Offices or Desks

 

  1. When appropriate, Executive of any branch may form a special office or desk in order to support performance and program impelementation
  2. Such special office or desk referred to in paragraph (1) above is both technical and operational function
  3. Management of composition of these special office or desk is determined by the respective Executive of the concerned branch, based on competence, professionalism, expertise and skill
  4. The tasks of Offices or Desks referred to above among others is as follows:
    1. Campaign and Counselling
    2. Media and Publication
    3. Therapy and Rehabilitation
    4. Research and Development
    5. Legal Assisstance
    6. Children and Women Advocation
    7. Economic and Cooperative
    8. Task Force

Article 7

Secretariat to Board of Executive

  1. In supporting the implementation of secretarial administrative functions, Executive at all organization if necessary may form a non-structural office of secretariat chaired by Secretariat Office Manager and several staffs
  2. Secretariat as referred to in paragraph (1) is accountable to General Secretary and/or Secretary

 

Article 8

Duties and Authorities of Board of Executive

 Main duties and function as set forth  in  Article 7 paragraph (1) and (2) above at the very least is as follows:

  1. Chairman and/or Branch Executive (in case of regional or branch organizations)
    1. Responsible to the entire operations of organization at each level
    2. Carry out general coordination relating to implementation of frame work and work program at each locations
    3. On behalf of organization implement insitutional policies at each locations
    4. Chair the meetings, evaluate all policies implementation and work program at each location
    5. Ratify organization’s decision at each location
  2. General Secretary and Deputies of General Secretary
    1. Coordinate Secretarial functions and administrative jobs at each location
    2. Assist Chairman and/or Branch Executive relating to team coordination at each location
    3. Assist Chairman and/or Branch Executive relating to coordination on implementation of organization’s policies at each locations
  3. General Treasurer and Assistant Treasurers
    1. Carry out financial management function at each location
    2. Assist Chairman and/or Branch Executive in funding aspects of the organization at each locations
    3. Conduct an internal evaluation related to organization’s financial management at each locations
    4. Facilitate internal audit on financials of organization at all locations, as per Article 29 Articles of Association
    5. Reports to Chairman (or Branch Executive)  on matters related to financials management
  4. Department Heads or Bureau Heads
    1. Report to Board of Executive or Branch Executive assigned to respective responsibility
    2. Formulate work plan
    3. Implement work plan technically
  5. Secretary and Deputies Secretary
    1. Assist General Secretary and/or Secretary to carry out secretarial job at each locations
    2. Assist General Secretary and/or Secretary in inter-Departmental coordination
    3. Assist General Secretary and/or Secretary on implementation of organization’s policy and work plan according to each Department’s area of responsibility

Article 9

Qualification of Board of Executive

  1. To be elected as a member of Board of Executive must meet the following criteria:
    1. Proposed in writing by Board of Executive in the meeting
    2. Well performed, dedicated and loyal to organization
    3. Never served jail term for offences related to drug trafficking
    4. Has competence in counter-measure drug trafficking and drug abuse
    5. Available and is willing to participate in organization’s activities
    6. Submit membership application together with curriculum vitae
  2. In order to be elected as Branch Executive at Branch and/or locations, then apart from meeting the criterias referred to in paragraph (1), candidate shall qualify the following:
    1. Supported by at least 20% of members attending the congress
    2. Recommended by Executive of the branch/office under his coordination
    3. Had become a member of Executive at the subordinate branch for at least one term of office as evidenced by the Decision Letter, and has been a member of GRANAT for at least five years
    4. Submit curriculim vitae, vision and mission statments and strategic plan to the congress

Article 10

Term of Office and Termination

  1. The term of office for Board of Executive is five years, commencing from the date of appointment by the Congress
  2. If any member of the Board is found to have breached Articles of Association and/or Bylaw, then the Board may suspend or dismiss the concerned member
  3. If Chairman is found to have breached the Articles of Association and/or Bylaw, organization’s Regulations, Policies and/or Organization’s Resolution, then Extraordinary National Congress shall be convened based upon request of at least 2/3 of the Board and seconded by 2/3 officials in addition to ¾ of total DPDs
  4. In the case of Head of DPC breach the Articles of Association and Bylaw, Organization’s Regulations, Policies and/or Organization’s Resolutions, then the DPD may convene an Extraordinary Congress based upon the request of at least 2/3 of Board members and seconded by ¾ members of the Board at office of subordinate
  5. Termination of the Board member as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be determined in the Meeting held specifically for this purpose, and report as such to DPD supervising the said Branch Executive
  6. Confirmation of such dismissal referred to in paragraph (2) is executed by Decision Letter of the Board coordinating the Branch
  7. If any member of the Board is unable to perform and fulfill his obligation and responsibilities, the Board at each location may suspend or if necessary dismiss the concerned member
  8. Suspension referred to in paragraph (1) and (4) is effective following receipt by the member of verbal warning (once), and written warning twice.
  9. Further implementation guidelines on termination of the Board member is set forth in the Organization’s Regulations specific for that purpose

 

Article 11

Freezing of the Board of Executive

  1. Board of Executive is responsible to develop and supervise Executives at regional and/or branches
  2. If a Branch Executive fails to observe, or in breach of Articles of Association/Bylaw, Regulations and Policies, then the Board of one level above may give written warnings up to three times
  3. If the concerned Board refused to heed the warnings referred to in paragraph (2) above, The Board of one level above it can freeze leadership as referred to, and report it to DPP through DPD
  4. Decision to freeze such leadership referred to in paragraph (3) above is resolved in the meeting for that particular purpose
  5. After the freeze, the Board of one level above the frozen Board shall assign a care taker to as soon as practicable convene an extraordinary congress at that particular branch
  6. Procedure to freezing the Board is seth forth in organization Regulations

 

CHAPTER III

WORKING MEETINGS BOARD OF EXECUTIVE

Article 12

1. Working Meetings rerferred to herein is described as follows:

a. Plenary Meeting

i.     Regarded as supreme committee that adopts organization strategic decision

ii.     To be attended by at least 2/3 of total DPP members

iii.     To be convened at least twice a year

b. Daily Meeting

i.     Regarded as the highest institution after the Plenary for urgent strategic decisions

ii.     Attended by at least 2/3 of the DPP members that shall include Department Heads and deputies, Secretary and deputies, Treasurer and assitants

iii.     To be conducted at least once in every three months

c. Meetings of Department or Bureau

i.     As committee for each Department and/or Bureau in order to formulating and implementing respective work program

ii.     Attended by all Department personnel and chaired by member of the Board assigned to oversee respective Department

iii.     Convened in accordance with Department’s requirement for consolidation

2. Each meeting shall have Attendance List which outcome shall be documented in a Minutes of Meeting

 

CHAPTER IV

CONGRESS

Article 13

Extraordinary Congress

 

Stipulated in Article 19 of Articles of Association, Extraordinary Congresses comprised of:

  1. Extraordinary National Congress
  2. Extraordinary Regional Congress
  3. Extraordinary Branch Congress
  4. Extraordinary Congress at Special Branch
  5. Extraordinary Congress at Sub-Branch
  6. Extraordinary Meeting at District (Rayon)
  7. Extraordinary Meeting at Village/Rural/Unit (Ranting)

 

Article 14

Implementation Guidelines to Extraordinary Congress

  1. Provisions for the Extraordinary Meeting refers to the implementation guidelines for assemblies at every level of the DPC, as set forth in  Articles 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24 of Articles of Association.
  2. The Extraordinary National Congress maybe held if there are violations by the Chairman to the Articles of Association/Bylaw, Regulations, Policies and Guidelines of the Organization or Decision, and if there are fundamental problems in the DPP, which the DPP is incapable of performing its duties as mandated by the National Congress, with reference to the provision of Bylaw Article 8 paragraph (1).
  3. The Extraordinary Congress of the Executive Board of the DPD and the levels below it maybe held if the Leadership Council of one level above it considers that in addition to fulfillment of the provisions of Article 8 paragraph (2) Bylaw, it has been dormant and inactive, and a serious breach of Articles of Association and Bylaw, Regulations of the Organization, Policies and Guidelines or decision of the Organization, which implementation refers to provision of Article 9 Bylaw.
  4. Extraordinary Congress as set in paragraph (3) above may be held by a written request from at least 2/3 National Council (DPP) and supported by 3/4 of the Leadership Council at the level below it (DPD, DPC and so forth).
  5. The Extraordinary Meetings of Leadership Council at Branch and Rayon, other than as set forth in paragraph (3) above, shall also be based on the written request of at least 3/4 the number of officers and supported by 2/3 of the members.
  6. Term of office of the Board is based on the resulolution adopted at the Extraordinary Congress to continue the term of the previous Leadership Council.

 

 

Article 15

Congress Mechanism

 

  1. Prior to conducting the Congress, the Executive at very level holds a Pre-Congress in order to be prepared and solicit informations as input.
  2. Guidelines on conducting Congress at every level is set by the Code of Conduct set out in the Congress Agenda
  3. Code of Conduct referred to in paragraph (2) above shall not contradict with Articles of Associations and Bylaw
  4. Decision making in Congress shall be strived to reach consensus through deliberation;
  5. If the provisions referred to in paragraph (4) above is not reached, the meeting chair shall set the mechanism of decision-making by majority vote;
  6. Executive Council at each level shall organize the Congress
  7. In conducting Congress, Executive Council at each level shall form the both Steering Committee and Organizing Committee
  8. After Accountability of Executive Council at each level is duly accepted, the said  Executive Council was then dismissed

 

 

Article 16

Congress Chairperson

 

  1. Meetings of the Council at all levels are presided over by the Council at each level that acts as Temporary Chair
  2. After the Meeting Codes is adopted, chairmanship shall be turned over to the Permanent Chair (“Chairperson”)
  3. Chairperson comes from and represents the meeting participants which composition is set forth in Code of Conduct

 

CHAPTER V

FINANCIAL

 

Article 17

Source of Funds

 

Sources of funds to finance the operations are generated from:

  1. Membership fees;
  2. Cooperation with Related Institutions;
  3. Cooperation with the donor; and
  4. Other sources that is legitimate and non binding

 

Article 18

Provisions and the Fundamental of Financial Management

 

  1. Amount of membership fee is determined by DPP at national level through the Plenary meeting attended by Board of Advisors.
  2. Membership fee at branch level is determined by the Council at each level proportionately, and shall be reported to the Executive Council of one level above it.
  3. Any cooperations with related institutions referred to in paragraph 1 points b and c shall be informed to Board of Advisors, and to Executive Council of one level above the concerned organization
  4. Financial management at each level shall be conducted in accordance to the following fundamentals:
    1. Accountability
    2. Transparancy
    3. Compliance
    4. Worthiness
    5. Efficiency
    6. Effectiveness

 

CHAPTER VI

HYMN, SYMBOL AND ATTRIBUTE

Article 19

Provisions on Hymn, Symbol and Attribute are stipulated in the organization’s Regulation

 

CHAPTER VII

AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION AND BYLAW

Article 20

 

  1. Articles of Association and Bylaw may only be amended through forum of  National Congress
  2. Plan to amend Articles of Association and Bylaw shall be distributed to all DPD and DPC no later than 1 (one) month prior to the National Conference

 

CHAPTER VIII

DISSOLVE THE ORGANIZATION

Article 21

 

  1. GRANAT can only be dissolved by Extraordinary National Congress convened for that specific purpose
  2. Implementation of the provision referred to in paragraph (1) above is determined through meeting of DPP which is attended by all DPD, Founders and Board of Advisors
  3. Resolution to dissolve GRANAT shall be based on a minimum of ¾ votes of the Extraordinary National Congress

 

 

CHAPTER IX

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

Article 22

 

Any Policies and Procedures adopted by Executive at Branch level shall be adjusted within six months from execution date of Articles of Association and Bylaw

 

CHAPTER X

CLOSING

Article 23

  1. Bylaw is an elaboration of the Articles of Association.
  2. Bylaw is effective commencing from the execution date
  3. Matters not included in the Articles of Association and Bylaw shall be governed and further elaborated in the organization’s Regulations

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Maraknya peredaran narkoba yang masuk ke wilayah Provinsi Riau merupakan tugas baru bagi Kapolda Riau, Brigjen Pol Nandang dalam menanganinya. Tentunya ini jadi 'pekerjaan rumah' yang harus diselesaikan hingga tuntas.


Saturday, 14 October 2017 18:06
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Perdebatan Hukuman Mati Sudah Selesai Sejak Diputuskan MK tahun 2007


Saturday, 14 October 2017 18:06
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GRANATs Delegation to the inaugural Asia-Pacific Forum Against Drugs (APFAD), Singapore, 27 August 2015 GRANAT is a short for National Movement Against Narcotics, initiated by big name individuals and public figures from diverse background. Its advisors and administrators are consisted of lawyers, businessmen, congressmen to military/police seniors. As a public movement, GRANAT aims to address the problems of illicit drug trafficking and substance abuse occurring in Indonesian society today. Since its establishment in 1999, GRANATs proactive movement has received widespread public support and has been able to set up its representative organisatation at the rural and provincial level. It has since become a major grassroots anti-drugs movement in Indonesia. GRANATs mission is to assist government efforts on, among others: 1. Preventing illegal entry of illicit drugs to Indonesia; 2. Curb trafficking of the illicit drugs throughout the country; 3. Preventing drug abuse through continues campaign on anti drugs; 4. Help addicts to get back into their normal life. GRANAT has main five Work Programmes, which includes: organisational development and membership, executive administration and implemetation, information sharing (media and campaign), advocacy (public hotline, public watch, counselling), research and development. All programmes are being implemented simultanously and synergically, reinforcing one another in order to speed up the achievement of GRANATs main goals. In line with its organisational mission/vision and Work Programmes, GRANAT has been supporting and working towards the following features, among others: Supporting the cooperation on drug prevention program among countries in the Asia Pacific region and beyond, especially preventing the young generation from illicit drug abuse. Further, eradicating illicit drug and human trafficking coming from the foreign port of origin (i.e. seap)
Saturday, 30 September 2017 22:10
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Buat Koruptor Teroris n Bandar Narkoba .


Saturday, 29 July 2017 04:04
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Dampak Negatif Akibat Dari Pada Penyalah Gunaan Phisikotropika Jenis Sabu Menurut : Dr. Djeffi R Djamaluddin Adalah " Phisikotik Organik " Dapat Menyebabkan Kerusakan Pada Organ Tubuh Hati Dan Lever Manusia Adalah Satu Bila Mendapat Gangguan Lever Tidak Cepat Diobati Menyebabkan Kerusakan Pada Hati Dan Bisa Berakibat Meninggal Dunia Orang Yg Menderita Gangguan Lever /Sakit Kuning Disebabkan Karna Kecapekan Dan Kurang Istrahat, Pengguna Sabu Umumnya Tidak Bisa Tidur hingga dua atau tiga hari. Dan Hilangnya Nafsu Makan, Sangat Jelas Disini Akan Menderita Gangguan Lever /Kerusakan Pada Hati, Efek Sesaat Saat Gunakan Sabu: (a) Menyebabkan Menjadi Bersemangat (b) Tidak Bisa Tidur (c) Hilangnya Nafsu Makan (d)Gelisah Tidak Bisa Diam/ Hiperaktivitas (e) Halusinasi (f)Paranoid (g) Gangguan Penglihatan (h) Akserasi Detak Jantung Tidak Normal, Dan Tekanan Darah Sampai Batas Tidak Normal Memicu Serangan Jantung, (i) Kejang Yg Fatal Berakibat Kematian (j) Bangkitkan Birahi " Saat Tidak Gunakan Sabu" (a) Cepat Marah (b) Cepat Lelah (c) Tidak Tenang (d)Tidak Bersemangat Lemas, Ingin tidur Terus "Bahaya Jangka Pendek" (a) Pola Tidur Terganggu (b) Gangguan Pernafasan (c) Hilang Kekuatan (d) Hilangnya Nafsu Makan (e) Agresifitas Meningkat (f) Kehilangan Kesadaran/Kehilangan akar Sehat Dan Logika (g) Halusinasi (h) Paranoid (i) Imsonia (J) Kejang Yg Fatal Berakibat Kematian (k) Tulang Rapuh/Tulang Keropos (L) Gangguan Penglihatan " Bahaya Jangka Panjang " (a) Akselerasi Detak Jantung Tidak Normal, Naiknya Tekanan Darah Naik Hingga Dibatas Tdk Normal Memicu Serangan Jantung (b) Pengrusakan Pembuluh Darah Berakibat Stroke (c) Kerusakan Pada Hati, Ginjal Dan Paru Paru (d) Phisikosis (e) Stroke (f) Tulang Keropos/Tulang Rapu (g) Menyebabkan Ketergantungan (g) Perubahan Karakter manusia. Menjadi Orang Yang Egois. (h)Gangguan Kejiwaan dapat menyebabkan Gila Menurut Hasil Surve Dilapangan Para Pengguna Sabu Meninggal Dunia Akibat Menderita Gangguan Lever/ Sakit Kuning, Kerusakan Pada Hati, Ginjal Akselerasi Detak Jantung Tidak Nolmar, Tekanan darah Naik, Hingga Batas Tidak Nolmar, Memicu Serangan Jatung dan mengakibatkan meninggal dunia. Dan Ditemukan ada yg meninggal Dunia dengan Kejang Yg Fatal Mulut Berbusa dan meninggal dunia, Ciri-Ciri : Yg Menderita Ganguan Lever/Sakit Kuning Wajah Dan Sekujur Tubuh Warna kuning, Ciri Ciri: Kerusakan Pada Ginjal Sulit untuk Berjalan Dan Duduk Ciri Ciri : mengalami kerusakan Pada Hati adalah Kaki bengkak dan Perut bengkak. Mengakibatkan meninggal Dunia Pengguna Sabu Jangka panjang Penyalah gunaan Phisikotropika jenis Sabu, mengakibatkan, ganguan pada kejiwaan /Gila Cintailah Diri Sendiri Jauhi Dari Bahaya Penyalah Gunaan Narkotika Dan Phisikotropika, Salah satu Upaya Pencegahan Dari Pada Penyalah Gunaan Narkotika dan Phisikotropika. Berikan Pemahaman secara benar.Tepat dan Akurat Kepada Keluarga. Dan Saudara saudara kita. Lingkungan sekitar dan lingkungan Pendidikan. Atau Para Ulama Akibat dari pada Penyalah Gunaan Narkoba. Kasih sayang dan perhatian dari orang tua terhadap anak anaknya sangat Penting. Aktif berkomunikasi. Sehingga kita mengetahui apa yang sedang dialami oleh anak. Dan apa yang menjadi keluhan pada anak. Sehingga kita dapat mengambil suatu kebijakan Pastikan Anak anak jauh dari pada Pengaruh lingkungan Penyalah gunaan Narkoba. Dari sahabat sekolah hingga teman bermain sehari hari. Pengaruh lingkungan narkoba dapat mengakibatkan sang anak menjadi seorang pengguna narkoba Penulis :Jhon HendrySw Editor : Jhon Hendry Sw


Wednesday, 27 September 2017 05:05
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Dampak Negatif Akibat Dari Pada Penyalah Gunaan Phisikotropika Jenis Sabu Menurut : Dr. Djeffi R Djamaluddin Adalah " Phisikotik Organik " Dapat Menyebabkan Kerusakan Pada Organ Tubuh Hati Dan Lever Manusia Adalah Satu Bila Mendapat Gangguan Lever Tidak Cepat Diobati Menyebabkan Kerusakan Pada Hati Dan Bisa Berakibat Meninggal Dunia Orang Yg Menderita Gangguan Lever /Sakit Kuning Disebabkan Karna Kecapekan Dan Kurang Istrahat, Pengguna Sabu Umumnya Tidak Bisa Tidur hingga dua atau tiga hari. Dan Hilangnya Nafsu Makan, Sangat Jelas Disini Akan Menderita Gangguan Lever /Kerusakan Pada Hati, Efek Sesaat Saat Gunakan Sabu: (a) Menyebabkan Menjadi Bersemangat (b) Tidak Bisa Tidur (c) Hilangnya Nafsu Makan (d)Gelisah Tidak Bisa Diam/ Hiperaktivitas (e) Halusinasi (f)Paranoid (g) Gangguan Penglihatan (h) Akserasi Detak Jantung Tidak Normal, Dan Tekanan Darah Sampai Batas Tidak Normal Memicu Serangan Jantung, (i) Kejang Yg Fatal Berakibat Kematian (j) Bangkitkan Birahi " Saat Tidak Gunakan Sabu" (a) Cepat Marah (b) Cepat Lelah (c) Tidak Tenang (d)Tidak Bersemangat Lemas, Ingin tidur Terus "Bahaya Jangka Pendek" (a) Pola Tidur Terganggu (b) Gangguan Pernafasan (c) Hilang Kekuatan (d) Hilangnya Nafsu Makan (e) Agresifitas Meningkat (f) Kehilangan Kesadaran/Kehilangan akar Sehat Dan Logika (g) Halusinasi (h) Paranoid (i) Imsonia (J) Kejang Yg Fatal Berakibat Kematian (k) Tulang Rapuh/Tulang Keropos (L) Gangguan Penglihatan " Bahaya Jangka Panjang " (a) Akselerasi Detak Jantung Tidak Normal, Naiknya Tekanan Darah Naik Hingga Dibatas Tdk Normal Memicu Serangan Jantung (b) Pengrusakan Pembuluh Darah Berakibat Stroke (c) Kerusakan Pada Hati, Ginjal Dan Paru Paru (d) Phisikosis (e) Stroke (f) Tulang Keropos/Tulang Rapu (g) Menyebabkan Ketergantungan (g) Perubahan Karakter manusia. Menjadi Orang Yang Egois. (h)Gangguan Kejiwaan dapat menyebabkan Gila Menurut Hasil Surve Dilapangan Para Pengguna Sabu Meninggal Dunia Akibat Menderita Gangguan Lever/ Sakit Kuning, Kerusakan Pada Hati, Ginjal Akselerasi Detak Jantung Tidak Nolmar, Tekanan darah Naik, Hingga Batas Tidak Nolmar, Memicu Serangan Jatung dan mengakibatkan meninggal dunia. Dan Ditemukan ada yg meninggal Dunia dengan Kejang Yg Fatal Mulut Berbusa dan meninggal dunia, Ciri-Ciri : Yg Menderita Ganguan Lever/Sakit Kuning Wajah Dan Sekujur Tubuh Warna kuning, Ciri Ciri: Kerusakan Pada Ginjal Sulit untuk Berjalan Dan Duduk Ciri Ciri : mengalami kerusakan Pada Hati adalah Kaki bengkak dan Perut bengkak. Mengakibatkan meninggal Dunia Pengguna Sabu Jangka panjang Penyalah gunaan Phisikotropika jenis Sabu, mengakibatkan, ganguan pada kejiwaan /Gila Cintailah Diri Sendiri Jauhi Dari Bahaya Penyalah Gunaan Narkotika Dan Phisikotropika, Salah satu Upaya Pencegahan Dari Pada Penyalah Gunaan Narkotika dan Phisikotropika. Berikan Pemahaman secara benar.Tepat dan Akurat Kepada Keluarga. Dan Saudara saudara kita. Lingkungan sekitar dan lingkungan Pendidikan. Atau Para Ulama Akibat dari pada Penyalah Gunaan Narkoba. Kasih sayang dan perhatian dari orang tua terhadap anak anaknya sangat Penting. Aktif berkomunikasi. Sehingga kita mengetahui apa yang sedang dialami oleh anak. Dan apa yang menjadi keluhan pada anak. Sehingga kita dapat mengambil suatu kebijakan Pastikan Anak anak jauh dari pada Pengaruh lingkungan Penyalah gunaan Narkoba. Dari sahabat sekolah hingga teman bermain sehari hari. Pengaruh lingkungan narkoba dapat mengakibatkan sang anak menjadi seorang pengguna narkoba Penulis :Jhon HendrySw Editor : Jhon Hendry Sw


Sunday, 24 September 2017 06:06
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Kunker Sultra... pelantikan DPD Granat Sultra di Kendari


Saturday, 23 September 2017 08:08
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Catatan dari Kegiatan PELANTIKAN DPD GRANAT SULTRA 2017-2022. di Kendari.


Friday, 22 September 2017 04:04
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Selamat sore all GRANAT, semoga perjuangan untuk melawan narkotika dan sejenisnya selalu mendapat perlindungan Allah SWT, Tuhan YME, Gusti Kang Maha Wikan


Monday, 4 September 2017 15:03
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LARSHEN YUNUS: momentum perayaan HUT-RI ke-72 thn, memastikan GRANAT sebagai Pahlawan
Monday, 4 September 2017 15:03
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