The Ministry always ensures that the process of coordination with the various parties is carried out in accordance with Law No. 12 of 2011.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The process of creating the National Education System Bill (RUU Sisdiknas) is still at the planning stage as the President has not yet been notified, the Ministry of Education said. Education, Culture, Research and Technology.
The Head of Standards, Curriculum and Assessment Agency at the Ministry Anindito Aditomo explained that there are five stages in the legislative process as per Law No. 12 of 2011 on the Formation of Laws Regulation .
“The five steps in the process of creating regulation are planning, formulation, discussion, ratification and law,” he noted here on Tuesday.
“Currently, RUU Sisdiknas is still at the planning stage. The Ministry is still ensuring that the coordination process with the various parties is carried out in accordance with Law No. 12 of 2011,” he noted.
The government is working to ensure that the formulation of the bill is conducted in an open manner involving the public, Aditomo noted.
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“The ministry will continue to expand public participation. We truly believe that public participation is meaningful, not just to be collected but to be heard,” he remarked.
“We want the project to have not only the voice of the government but also the voice of the public,” he added.
The ministry is currently continuing to collect input from experts and stakeholders while conducting inter-ministerial discussions regarding the formulation of the bill, he said.
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“Once this process is completed, the ministers concerned will report back to them on the meeting chaired by President Joko Widodo, including inputs and other concerns or issues. This is how the process is going,” he said. to remark.
The formulation of the bill aims to ensure the sustainability of the transformation in education led by the government to realize quality human resources with strong character, Aditomo explained.
The bill will incorporate three laws: Law No. 20 of 2003 on Sisdiknas, Law No. 14 of 2005 on teachers and lecturers, and Law No. 12 of 2012 on higher education.
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