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   ISSN (Print) 1978-5186 - ISSN (Online) 2477-6238
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  • The Dilemma of Indonesia Welfare State Challenge of Realizing Social
           Welfare in The Global Era

    • Authors: Hs. Tisnanta, James Reinaldo, Fathoni Fathoni
      Abstract:             Globalization has placed Indonesia in dilemma in creating the welfare of the people. Many legislations with liberal character are disallowed through the constitutional review by the constitutional court. The liberal character then becomes constraints for government to realize social welfare, thus harming the economic interest of people and contrary to the constitution (UUD 1945). Efforts to create welfare cannot be separated from state sovereignty in determining the economics welfare policy in the form of law. The State needs to adopt policies of recalibrating sovereignty in order to realize its objectives. Sovereignty is the essential requirement to be able to build pengayoman law character, ideology in accordance with Pancasila ideology and UUDNRI 1945. Legal substance of pengayoman law (protection and succor) will realize a balance between global interests and the interests of the nation. Pengayoman Law integrates the efficiency and freedom with fairness and welfare excellence. In addition, the Pengayoman Law always opens the space to give a guarantee/partiality to the poor through social policies that are based on human dignity. Keywords: Welfare, Challenges, Globalization, Dilemma
      PubDate: 2018-02-28
      DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v11no3.936
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • The Identity Politics of the Minority in Knitting the Constitutionality
           (The Legal review of Sunda Wiwitan Community of Cigugur, Kuningan, West
           Java)

    • Authors: Sarip Sarip
      Abstract: The Identity Politics of Sunda Wiwitan community, which nowadays is rated as a form of self-preservation to meet the economic needs of families, has been considered to get restraints from the state. The economic needs makes the identity politics as a means to save oneself. The Identification card, which is known as KTP and in which there is a religion column, has created discrimination of the identity for the Sunda Wiwitan Community (KSW). The obedience to the teachings of the ancestors is still run by the KSW but to save the economy, the status of the religion is willingly written to be recognized as other religions by the state. There is no other way to save the economic life for the sake of the family survival than to fill in the religion column with the the state-recognized religions. The situation is certainly influential for the KSW against other identities such as marriage and education cards. The discussion uses the result that comes from the interviews and some literature. Then the result becomes something ideal for KSW to save themselves in the economic field by changing the identity on the ID card. It is the way from KSW in passing the identity politics to meet the economic needs while the other side becomes the weakness of the Indonesian national law that does not provide any space for KSW in order to have equal opportunity as the Indonesian citizen.  Keywords: The Identity Politics, KSW, Constitutionality.
      PubDate: 2018-02-28
      DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v11no3.1080
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • The Protection of Human Rights in Indonesian Constitutional Law after the
           Amendment of the 1945 Constitution of The Republic of Indonesia

    • Authors: Leli Tibaka, Rosdian Rosdian
      Abstract: The amendment to the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia has shown progress in respecting, protecting and fulfilling human rights in Indonesia. This is proven from the advanced provisions that have set the human rights material, starting from the affirmation of fundamental rights, individual rights, social rights, solidarity rights, and even the assertion of rights included in the category of non-derogable rights in the Second Amendment to the 1945 Constitution. The urgency of the Constitution 1945 as written constitution due to its status as the ultimate instrument to determine a norm (law), action or government policy so it will not violate human rights and/or constitutional rights of the citizens. Thus, the Constitution is an important instrument in term of guaranty and ensuring that human rights within the Republic of Indonesia are protected, even though the source of human rights is not actually derived from the State but naturally originated from natural law, whether its universal validity is either affirmed or not in the Constitution. This shows progress on the level of regulation and protection of human rights in Indonesia.Related to the guarantee of the protection of human rights, one of the important materiala of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia is the presence of a new judicial institution called the Constitutional Court, in addition to the Supreme Court. The existence of the Constitutional Court in Indonesia is an improvement in maintaining and upholding the Constitution and protecting human rights. Hence, the Constitutional Court referred as “the Protector of Human Rights”. Protection of human rights is carried out through the exercise of authority as defined in Article 24C Paragraph (1) of the 1945 Constitution which is to review an Act against the Constitution, to judge on authority disputes of state institutions whose authorities are granted by the Constitution, to judge on the dissolution of a political party, and to judge on disputes regarding the result of a general election. In addition, Article 24C Paragraph (2) obliges the Constitutional Court to render a judgment on the petition of the People’s Representative Council regarding an alleged violation by the President and/or the Vice President according to the Constitution. Keywords: Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Amendment to the Constitution.
      PubDate: 2018-02-28
      DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v11no3.1141
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • The Development of Legal Education in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    • Authors: muamar hasan salameh, Jaida Aboul Fotouh
      Abstract: In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Islamic Shariah is the foundation of the laws of the state. While the modern Saudi legal system encompasses both written and unwritten laws, Shariah is still considered supreme and hence directs most of the state’s regulations. Nevertheless, currently, those who aim to practice law need to acquire a foundation of all prevailing laws. Due to the supremacy of Shariah, most universities still do not offer comprehensive degree plans, which often poses limitations to the development of legal education in the Kingdom. This study aims to address this conundrum by examining the various degree plans in Saudi universities, scrutinizing whether they offer comprehensive degrees, which should encompass both Shariah laws yet also the newly codified rules. This research draws upon secondary sources, which analyze the progress of the legal education in KSA and its effects on future legal practitioners. Results suggest that the legal curricular should be redesigned to improve the capabilities of prospective legal professionals by integrating the non-codified rules of law with the Islamic law in a more practical, realistic and efficient manner.  Keywords: Legal education, Shariah, Saudi Arabia.
      PubDate: 2018-02-28
      DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v11no3.973
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • LEGAL SANCTION OF KESEPEKANG IN BALINESE CUSTOMARY SYSTEM (In Perspective:
           Empiricism Theory of David Hume)

    • Authors: I Ketut Seregig
      Abstract: Legal sanction of Kesepekang is a moral sanction that has been a habit in Balinese custom society and has been done from generation to generation, both the one in Bali and outside Balinese custom society. The implementation of Kesepekang sanction currently is considered by the intellectuals of Balinese custom society as a behaviour that violates social values in society. In its development, legal sanction of Kesepekang has been politicized as a factor causing the occurrence of custom society disharmony, both the one in Bali and outside Bali. This society resistance has weakened the function of Balinese customary law sourced from one of Hinduism belief which is “believing the presence of karmaphala (result from behaviour) law”. The issue occurring in Balinese custom society, especially the one in the Province of Lampung, is “whether the legal sanction of kesepekang is still relevant if it is applied in Balinese traditional system”.  Based on the observation result, the term of Kesepekang is the attitude of “silence” that is done by the other members of custom who do not obey the customary regulations in their groups. Certain groups consider that legal sanction of Kesepekang has violated human nature as social beings. To prove this argument, a study entitled: Legal Sanction of Kesepekang in Balinese Customary System–(In Perspective: Empiricism Theory of David Hume) is conducted. The result of the study can be concluded that the legal principles in Kesepekang sanction are the law of causation (causality), that each action certainly has the effect “when doing good, the result will be good – when doing bad, the result will be bad”. In the perspective of David Hume’s Empiricism theory, Kesepekang sanction is a sensory experience that really occurs in custom society. Experience, according to David Hume, is the only source of knowledge, so the act of “silence” done by the member of custom as the effort in giving punishment to the member of custom who does not obey is a reality received by sense as an experience. Keywords: Kesepekang Legal Sanction, Empiricism Truth Theory
      PubDate: 2018-02-28
      DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v11no3.1109
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • TOWARDS A NEED FOR THE CODE OF PROFESSIONAL GOVERNANCE IN POLICIES MAKING
           AND MANAGEMENT FOR PUBLIC SECTOR: The Malaysian Experience

    • Authors: Mohamad Ismail Bin Mohamad Yunus
      Abstract: Codes of Professional conduct have to be viewed positively as a guide in developing relationships with the clients. While it is expedient to have an Act of Parliament that regulates the particular professional discipline, that same regulatory board cannot replace the need for a professional body that can represent completely the interests of its members. The regulatory board may fall short of developing advances in research and development, in marketing and promotion, and in motivating young and passionate entrants into the professions. In the face of globalization, liberalization and competition, the professional as a body must be able to respond in the best interests of its clients, and the larger national interests. This can only succeed if the professional body has good governance structures in place that would allow for continuing dialogue with the government and civil society and further enrichment of its members through the concept of Maqasid al-Shariah (objectives of Islamic law) and the observance of the principles of Wasatiyyah (moderation). The constitution of the professional body must embody provisions that promote good governance and embrace values of integrity and accountability, and seek support from the public and the government of the day to provide an independent view on all matters. The universal truth is that everything should be done in the public good. Professionals form the backbone of human infrastructure in any economy, politics, social and legal growth. Their contributions through professional performance enhances the good delivery system that facilitates in policies making and management for public sector. They provide the skills and talent in balancing the pursuits of maximization of services. The expression “good governance” has been constantly used lately in both public sector as well as private sector in Malaysia. In the context of a private body it should be within the framework of the statute, which governs the body and also its constitution. In the public sector, it means that the administrators should act professionally and not to abuse or misuse the power or authority given to them. They are regarded as the trustees of the public at large. The scope of this article is on good public governance in the public sector or to be exact, good governmental administration as interpreted by the judiciary especially through its judicial review power. Keywords: Good Governance, Code of Professional Conduct, Objectives of Islamic Law (Maqasid al-Shariah), Moderation (Wasatiyyah), Islamic Perspective.
      PubDate: 2017-11-15
      DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v11no1.696
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 1 (2017)
       
 
 
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