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File:Presiden Sukarno.jpg


English: Official Portrait of President Sukarno.
Bahasa Indonesia: Foto resmi Presiden Sukarno.
Date circa 1949
Source KITLV
Author Government of Indonesia
Further information

This is the original portrait of President Sukarno, before being repainted/redrawn with insignias and badges. These are examples of the repainted version:

  1. A small sized portrait in Sukarno's house
  2. A woman with an official print
  3. Presidential Palace Official Painting of President Sukarno (background)
  4. In the Rp100000 note


Public domain This file is in the public domain in Indonesia because its copyright has expired, according to Articles 30 and 31 of the Indonesia Copyright Law No 19, 2002.

Article 30

  1. The Copyright on:
    1. computer programs,
    2. cinematographic works,
    3. photographic works,
    4. databases, and
    5. works resulting from adaptations
    shall be valid for 50 (fifty) years as of the first publication.
  2. The Copyright on topographical arrangement of a published work shall be valid for 50 (fifty) years after as of the first publication of the Work.
  3. The Copyright of works as referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this article, and Article 29 paragraph (1) which are owned or held by a legal body, shall be valid for 50 (fifty) years as of from the first publication.

Article 31

  1. The Copyright on works which are held or exercised by the State, pursuant to:
    1. Article 10 paragraph (2), shall be valid without any time limit;
    2. Article 11 paragraph (1) and paragraph (3) shall be valid for 50 (fifty) years as of the first time the work is known to the public.
  2. The Copyright on works which are exercised by publishers pursuant to Article 11 paragraph (2) shall be valid for 50 (fifty) years as of the first publication.
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