The Gelora Bung Karno Senayan Stadium is the site of management rights of No 1/Gelora on behalf of State Secretariat. In its development, the control of the rights is varied, both for commercial or non-commercial use. â€œIn its development, there has been a shift from the initial idea, including its existence and institution,â€ said Secretary to the State Secretary, Rildo Ananda Anwar, S.H., M.H, in an open examination for doctoral degree in the Faculty of Law at UGM.
The man born in Jakarta 41 years ago said that assets of the Stadium that are utilised by the state, among others are the buildings of the MPR/DPR, TVRI, SMUN 24, Community Health Centre, the National Education Ministry, Forestry Ministry and the office of the sub-district chief.
According to Rildo, for the sake of structuring land rights, the Government needs to consider giving the rights to state institutions that also utilise the assets of the Stadium. Alternatively, an agreement on loan can be made between the State Secretary and the ministries or public legal entities that utilise the No 1 land of Gelora Bung Karno. â€œA restructuring should be conducted and the basis for land use should be clarified to create legal certainty and accountable asset balance,â€ he explained.
In his dissertation entitled â€œExistence, Use and Prospect of Management Rights of No 1/Geloraâ€ Rildo said that the legal links between its owner, the management and third parties have not fully met the principles in the laws. He added that the legal links between the owner and the management are those of authority transfer to manage the land whilst the links with the third parties are partial use of land through agreement in a different process.
Rildo said that management rights are not land rights as it is in rights of ownership, rights of building utilisation, which are stated in the Land Laws. Management rights are the state’s rights whose implementing authority is partially transferred to the owners. For the institutional restructuring of the management rights of No 1/Gelora, the institutional model of the Public Service Board is the correct choice. â€œThis is so in order that management rights can be used of the land partially for their own purposes, including to utilise the land as part of a cooperation with others to generate income,â€ said the 53rd doctor in the Faculty of Law who was granted cumlaude distinction.
For public services, the owner of the management rights should allocate parts of the land for public use and the income generated from the cooperation with Public Service Board should also be partially taken to subsidise public activities. â€œThe Board takes control of how to prevent the land from getting unused,â€ he concluded.
Attending the examination were Chair of the Council of Professors, Prof. Drs. Suryo Guritno, M.Stats., Ph.D., Speaker of the Regional Representative Assembly, Irman Gusman, former State Secretary Prof. Dr. Yusril Ihza Mahendra and Bambang Kesowo.