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29 Apr 2020

National Library Continuously Synergises to Perfect Government Regulation Draft on SSKCKR Law

 

National Library Continuously Synergises to Perfect Government Regulation Draft on SSKCKR Law

 

Medan Merdeka Selatan, Jakarta — Some of National Library’s functions are as deposit library and preservation library of works or products of national culture. Therefore, National Library feels the need to immediately draft Government Regulation (RPP) for the implementation of Law Number 13 of 2018 on Submission and Deposit of Printed and Recorded Works (SSKCKR). Through the RPP, National Library encourages all parties to preserve their works to National Library and provincial library. The discussion was carried out using video conference technology considering that Covid-19 pandemic (pagebluk) still occurred.


The draft RPP had been discussed several times with Ministry of Education and Culture and several ministries. Today, Wednesday, (29/4), was the 4th meeting of the RPP entering the stage of discussion at the level of PAK (Inter-ministerial Committee). PAK was formed in accordance with the Decree of Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 351 / P / 2020 concerning the Inter-Ministerial Committee for the Compilation of Government Regulation Draft on the Implementation of Law Number 13 of 2018 on Submission and Deposit of Printed and Recorded Works.


The discussion via video conference involved nine institutions (K / L) PAK members, including Ministry of Education and Culture, National Library, Coordinating Ministry of Human and Culture Development, Ministry of State Secretariat, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Ministry of Communication and Information, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Home Affairs, and Ministry of Research and Technology / National Research and Innovation Agency.

Secretary General of Ministry of Education and Culture, Ainun Na'im, said that the draft that was being drafted would make National Library as a Big Deposit in the future, although some locus need intense discussion or understanding, such as which one is included in the category of private goods (private / confidential works) or public goods.


"Allotment for the public must be clarified," said Directorate General of Higher Education of Ministry of Education and Culture Syamsul Hadi added.


A similar statement was expressed by one of RPP committee, Tubagus Andri. The sentence 'other forms in accordance with technological development' must be clarified because it can potentially violate and control will be difficult. "Now many are using social media platforms, such as YouTube channels, vlogs. How is the supervision?" he said.


Responding to this, Deputy of Library Material Development and Information Services of National Library, Ofy Sofiana, explained the sentence 'other forms in accordance with technological developments' is in anticipation of future technological developments. Meanwhile, the general designation refers to the recorded works sent to National Library.


"For analog and digital (related to form, red) regulated in PP. Meanwhile, the content has been set in Library Law, "explained Ofy.


The implementation of Submission and Deposit of Printed and Recorded Works in the RPP aims to: 1) manage the KCKR collection as a complete and up-to-date national collection as one of the indicators of the progress of nation's civilisation; 2) realise the KCKR data collection system to provide convenience, availability, and affordability for the community in utilising KCKR; 3) increase the awareness of publishers and recorded works producers about the importance of preserving intellectual and artistic valuable KCKR as the work of national culture through the awarding; 4) increase the role of community in building literacy culture through the utilisation of the submitted and deposited collection.


Preservation is not only a matter of printed works but also includes recorded works. Recorded works are divided into two forms, namely analog and digital recorded works. And recorded works consist of audio, visual and audio visual.


"The urgency of the RPP towards Law Number 13 of 2018 is a matter of preserving national culture," Director of National Library added some time ago.


The SSKCKR RPP contains 8 chapters and 40 articles. In the previous discussion of Law 13/2018 involving DPR-RI Commission X work partner, it was suggested, the RPP prepared must be synergised with 11 other laws, including Cultural Progress Law, Book System Law, Library Law, National Science and Technology System Law, and SSKCKR Law.


There are five important points that will be included in the RPP. First, regarding the procedures for submitting KCKR. Secondly, regarding the mechanism for imposing administrative sanctions on publishers and producers of who do not comply with the obligations. Third, the mechanism for managing the results of SSKCKR. Fourth, procedures for community participation in the implementation of SSKCKR. And fifth, namely the form of appreciation to SSKCKR actors and the public who played an active role in the implementation of SSKCKR.


On the sidelines of discussions with relevant ministries / institutions, National Library of Indonesia continues to hold dialogues involving professional organisations such as IKAPI, SPS, ASIRI, LSF, APPTI, KPAI, TV, and film and sound artists both under label management and indie. In the dialogue process, National Library listens and receives all input submitted.


National Library hopes that the discussion of RPP at PAK stage does not take a long time so that in 2020 it can be approved and then enacted.

 

Reportage: Hartoyo Darmawan

 

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