MANDATE OF THE LAW ON DISABLED PERSONS
Persons with disabilities are defined as every person who experiences physical, intellectual, mental, and/or sensory limitations for a long period of time in interacting with the environment can experience obstacles and difficulties to participate fully and effectively with other citizens based on equality of rights. As a follow-up to the Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) held in New York in 2006 the Indonesian government passed Law Number 8 of 2016 concerning Persons with Disabilities. In this regulation mandating support programs for persons with disabilities include the establishment of a National Disability Commission, Cards for Persons with Disabilities, Sign Language as the official language for persons with sensory disabilities and so on. This regulation mandates the government to compile implementing regulations to accommodate the implementation of law number 8 of 2016 no later than 2 (two) years from the date the regulation is promulgated. This research method uses descriptive research methods by comparing the text of the legislation (literature review). The government's efforts to realize respect, promotion, protection and fulfillment of human rights and basic freedoms of persons with disabilities in full and equal have been carried out by ratifying the CRPD and issuing Law Number 8 of 2016 concerning Persons with Disabilities. But the rules that have strategic issues and program designs that can be implemented by the Central and Regional Governments are collided with technical rules. The deadline for drafting the derivative rules of the law is not realized either in the form of government regulations or presidential regulations.