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Dinamika Negara Hukum dalam Sistem Demokrasi Pancasila di Indonesia Indra Muchlis Adnan; Muannif Ridwan; Vivi Arfiani Siregar; Mubarik
Jurnal Multidisiplin Madani Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): March 2022

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This research discusses the dynamics of the rule of law in the Pancasila democracy system in Indonesia. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method by presenting various opinions of figures from credible library data. The focus of discussion in this research is related to the dimensions of the rule of law, politics and power which presents political parties and action theory in politic, and the concept of shifting power from a juridical point of view, then politics and power distribution discusses the distribution of power in the Constitution. 1945, the power of the presidential institution, the president and ministers, the power of the Supreme Court (MA), the power of the constitutional court (MK), the power of the Supreme Advisory Council (DPA), and the power of the regional representative council (DPD) and the power of the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK), and also discussed the political dynamics of the past; old order, new order and reform era. At pthe principle of a rule of law is to realize the protection of life for the people against government actions and the recognition and protection of human rights. Because the rule of law concept is rechtstaats, the rule of law, and the constitutional state of Pancasila. Meanwhile, there are three elements of constitutional government; government that is carried out by the public interest, government is carried out according to law based on general provisions, and constitutional government, that is, government that is carried out by the will of the people, not in the form of pressure imposed by the government.
Kedudukan Islam Dalam Sistem Ketatanegaraan Indonesia Asiyah; Musaddad Al Basry; Fakinah Herliani; Mubarik; Absor
Jurnal Kewarganegaraan Vol 7 No 1 (2023): Juni 2023

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Abstract The relegion of Islam in Indonesia has been around for a long time since Islam came to Indonesia. Since then, Islam has taken root in Indonesian society. The coming of the Netherlands to Indonesia, although initially acknowledging the existence of Islamic law in the community, has been hampered in its development due to the interests of colonialism. Efforts to restore the position of Islam continued before and after independence. The Indonesian constitutional system relies on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution. The ideology of Pancasila rests on the Almighty God, and this indicates that there is an obligation on the part of the Indonesian people to carry out God's commands according to Islam to apply Islamic shari’a. Thus Islamic law has a position in the national legal system and can contribute to the development of national law. Keywords: Islam, Constitutional System, Indonesia