Indonesia’s Report: The Implementation of The Cape Town Convention 2001
The Cape Town Convention 2001, which was ratified by Indonesia through the Presidential Decree Number 8/2007, is one of international conventions which fulfils the international convention threshold as regulated under Vienna Convention on the law of treaties 1969. Ratification is one of the requirements under the Cape Town Convention 2001 in order for a State to become its Party. According to Art. 26 of the Vienna Convention 1969, Indonesia is bound to perform international obligation contained in the Cape Town Convention 2001 by ratifying it and must perform its international obligation in good faith.
There are several regulations concerning Indonesia’s ratification of the Cape Town Convention 2001, namely ordinance of the Presidential Decree Number 8/2007 in order to know what kind of declaration Indonesia has submitted; Aviation Law Number 1/2009 which explains about Indonesia’s implementation of the Cape Town Convention 2001 under Art.71-82; and some technical regulations.
-  The Cape Town Convention 2001 in this article means the Cape Town Convention 2001 regardingSecurity Interest on Mobile Equipment and the Aircraft Protocol that Indonesia ratified by a singleinstrument, Presidential Decree No.8/2007.
-  Vienna Convention 1969.
-  Article 47 (2) Cape Town Convention 2001 “This Convention shall be subject to ratification,acceptance or approval by states which have signed it”.