Thursday, October 27, 2011 9:55 AM Diposkan oleh DAVID CUTE

Meeting of 13 club competition results ISL (Indonesia Super League) season 2010/2011 with PT Premier Indonesia at the Park Lane Hotel, Jakarta, October 23, 2011 the last, not only produces a number of matters relating to competition. But, the meeting also produced a memorandum of agreement and statement set forth in the Jakarta Declaration which it wanted to finish the Professional Football Reform Indonesia which has become the hope for the national football lovers.

From the information gathered, the following memorandum of agreement set forth in the "Jakarta Declaration",
We, the professional football clubs competition results Indonesia Super League 2010/2011, Jakarta Declaration states as follows:

1. That the position of Indonesia in FIFA soccer rankings currently at position 140 of the 208 members of FIFA, and the responsibility of PSSI with Indonesian football community to continue to make best efforts to increase its ranking, including through the reform movement of Indonesian football.

2. Indonesia football reform movement that has successfully reached its peak through the Extraordinary Congress in Solo PSSI 9 to 10 July 2011 that chose PSSI Executive Committee, consisting of Prof.. Dr. Djohar Arifin Husin as General Chairman, Farid Rahman as Vice Chairman, and nine members consisting of Robertho Rouw, Dr. PH Sihar Sitorus, BSBA, MBA, Drg. Tony H Aprilani, La Nyallla M Mattalitti, Tuty Dau, Bob Hippy, Mawardi Nurdin, Ir. Widodo Santoso, MBA, and Erwin Dwi Budiawan believed to be able to complete and improve the quality of PSSI organization and quality of professional football competition Indonesia as already started when Congress PSSI in Bali 29 to 30 January 2011.

3. That the PSSI as a member of FIFA and the AFC is the only Indonesian football association that aims, among others, develop and promote continuous football, organize and supervise the entire territory of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia with the spirit of fair play and put it together through education, culture and values humanity, especially through youth player development program, referred to in Article 4 paragraph (1) letter a of the Statute of the PSSI.

4. That to achieve that goal, PSSI make efforts include developing an advanced system of football, modern and professional as well as prevent any behavior that could undermine the values ​​of sportsmanship and fair play principles, as referred to in Article 4 paragraph (2) letter c of the Statute PSSI.

5. That in accordance with the provisions of article 14 paragraph (1) letter d Statute PSSI participate in competitions and soccer or other activities held between PSSI and obliged others to not sport a relationship with an unknown party or to members of a suspended or excluded as defined in Article 15 paragraph (1) letter h Statute of PSSI.

6. That turned out to reform the PSSI together have not aspired to be on the right track and even tend to deviate from the direction of reforms that encourage competition Indonesian football more professional and consistent on all existing regulations.

7. Therefore, in accordance with the Statute of PSSI and other regulations, the FIFA Statutes and regulations of FIFA, and the results of PSSI Annual Congress in Bali, so we hereby reaffirm the spirit, attitude and our establishment to complete the reform of football Indonesia with:

a. Asking PSSI to obey the principle of the Statute of the PSSI and other regulations, especially the authority boundaries obey and abide by the decision authority may not take the authority of Congress and other bodies such as the decision of Discipline Committee, as stipulated in Article 37 paragraph (1) letter a of the Statute of the PSSI.

b. Rejecting the competition format with 24 professional football clubs.

c. Rejecting a professional football competition run by PT Indonesia Indonesia Sportindo League;

d. Restore and perform Indonesia Super League competition with a format of 18 clubs, the participants are the result of competition Indonesia Super League 2010/2011 which is Persipura Jayapura, Persija Jakarta, Indonesia Arema, FC, Persiwa Wamena, PS Semen Padang, Deltras Sidoarjo, Persib Bandung, Newcastle Balikpapan, Samarinda Persisam Son, PSPS Pekanbaru, Pelita Jaya FC, Persijap Jepara, Persela Lamongan, Persiraja Banda Aceh, Persiba Bantul, Mitra Kukar and Persidafon Dafonsoro;

e. Implementing and continuing professional football competition Indonesia which has been running well and managed by PT Premier Indonesia is professionally and independently, in accordance with international standards as set by FIFA and AFC;

f. Asked PT Liga Indonesia to immediately conduct an intensive communication and interaction with PSSI to jointly agree on carrying out of professional football competition Indonesia, especially in keeping the regulation of professional football to stay awake and implemented properly and correctly, as mentioned in point a to item e above.


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