Jakarta (ANTARA News) – The Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR) upheld a check on a insurance of Indonesian migrant workers into a law during a full assembly here on Wednesday.
The law is a rider of law series 39 of 2004 on a chain and insurance of Indonesian workers abroad and is partial of a manpower complement set onward in law series 13 of 2003 on manpower.
“(The thoroughfare of) a check into law is partial of a bid to urge emigration governance and to strengthen Indonesian migrant workers. The law is opposite from a prior law and has been practiced to a associated laws,” Manpower Minister M Hanif Dhakiri pronounced following a full meeting.
The law on a insurance of migrant workers has been practiced to law series 25 of 2009 on open services, law series 6 of 2012 on a resolution of a International Convention on a Protection of a rights of all migrant workers and members of their families, and law series 23 of 2014 on informal governments, he said.
The law on a insurance of Indonesian migrant workers, that comprises 13 chapters and 91 articles contains 7 critical substances, he said.
The initial piece is that a law creates a organisation eminence between Indonesian migrant workers and Indonesian adults carrying out activities abroad, he said.
The second piece deals with amicable confidence supposing by a a Healthcare and Social Security Agency (BPJS) to Indonesian migrant workers and their families.
The third piece is transparent multiplication of tasks carried out by process makers and process executors in safeguarding migrant workers, and a fourth piece concerns a transparent multiplication of tasks and responsibilities between a executive supervision and informal governments in safeguarding migrant workers and their families.
The fifth piece is associated to a chain of Indonesian migrant workers abroad but shortening a governments shortcoming for safeguarding them.
The sixth piece is a chain and insurance of migrant workers by a executive supervision and informal administrations in a concurrent and integrated approach by integrated one-stop services. (*)