Holish, Amarru Muftie
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Journal : Law Research Review Quarterly

Money Politics in Indonesian Democratic Practices Holish, Amarru Muftie; Rohmat, Rohmat; Syarifudin, Iqbal
Law Research Review Quarterly Vol 4 No 2 (2018): L. Research Rev. Q. (May 2018) "Discourse on General Election in Indonesia: Betwe
Publisher : Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/snh.v4i02.25594


Democracy is a system of government that is considered modern in the twentieth century. Along with the development of the situation, the system of government in the world of democracy has existed together with the monarchy as a familiar system of government. Montesque's theory of division Trias politics is to be very easily implemented with a democratic system. Indonesia as one of the modern countries in the world that also implements the Pancasila Democracy system in its government system as one of the 4th largest countries in the world that adheres to the Indonesian democratic system has become a role model in the democratic system. The selection of regional heads autonomously and direct presidential elections is a golden achievement of Indonesia's democratic system, coupled with several regional head elections that have been carried out simultaneously making Indonesia increasingly establish itself as a modern with a democratic system. However, the democratic system also has a number of weaknesses, one of which is financial matters that require high costs, so that democracy often causes problems in the financial sector because it requires a lot of money in the event. Not infrequently the practice of money politics takes place in the practice of democracy so that everything really hurts the essence of the state, then what is the legal view of Indonesia regarding money politics in democracy then what are the sanctions for perpetrators of money politics in the perspective of criminal law in Indonesia.
The Influence of Political Education and Democracy for the Young Generation on the Level of Participation in the Implementation of General Elections Rohmat, Rohmat; Syariefuddin, Iqbal; Holish, Amarru Muftie
Law Research Review Quarterly Vol 4 No 4 (2018): L. Research Rev. Q. (November 2018) "Law and Democracy in General Election: Betwe
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/snh.v4i03.27024


Political education is a systematic and deliberate educational effort to form individuals who are politically aware and capable of becoming political actors who can be morally responsible in realizing the political goals themselves. To support this, the role of youth is an important key in organizing democratic life in Indonesia. In article 1 paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia it is expressly stated that the sovereignty of the state is in the hands of the people and youth are part of it. As affirmed in Law Number 40 of 2009 concerning Youth emphasizes that the young generation has the position and the main role in realizing the life of a democratic Indonesian nation. This shows that the people are an important part of national and state life. Youth plays an active role as a moral force, social control, and agent of change in all aspects of national development. The Spirit of Youth Law which saves youth in every aspect becomes an important part, but in its implementation it does not always run properly. Sociological facts show that not fully Indonesian youth are aware of their important role as a major part in the taking part of organizing this country. The youth have a moral obligation in realizing a generation of political literacy and have a character that is in accordance with the noble values ​​of the Indonesian people in developing the country's democracy.
Efforts to Recover State Financial Losses Through Criminal Cases Case Study Against Corruption Andri, Fira Saputri Yanuar; Holish, Amarru Muftie; Wicaksono, Aditya
Law Research Review Quarterly Vol 5 No 1 (2019): L. Research Rev. Q. (February 2019) "Challenges & Strengthening Scientific-Based
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/snh.v5i01.29701


State Assets are objects of the criminal acts of corruption which are certainly very detrimental to the State if viewed from the perspective of the victim . However, the victims of embezzlement of state funds are not only the State but also the people . The real consequence of this action is the reduced wealth of the State which should be used as a collision of assets owned by the State . Efforts to restore state losses based on the existing criminal procedural law procedure seems unable to maximize the return of stolen State assets . Supposedly, the country here holds legal protection because here one of the victims of the stolen state assets is certainly the country itself. As one of the crimes based on counts it seems that there needs to be an alternative solution in returning the lost state assets .