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Demographic and Civil Registration Study Program, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta

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Implementation of Halal Product Assurance in the Pharmaceutical Sector in Indonesia Resti Dian Luthviati; Suviwat Jenvitchuwong
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 1, No 3 (2021): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
Publisher : Lembaga Contrarius Indonesia

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The goal of this research is to determine and assess the implementation of halal certification for the pharmaceutical business in accordance with Law Number 33 of 2014 on Halal Product Assurance, as well as the variables that hinder and support its implementation. The impact of the JPH Law on the process value chain and supply chain of drugs and vaccines results in a total change in the pharmaceutical industry, including changes in ingredients resulting in reprocessing of quality, safety, and efficacy, changes in the distribution process, addition of personnel or staff, decreased economic capacity of the industry due to increased production costs, and there is a decrease in the industry's economic capacity due to increased costs of production. The halal status of a product has become a must-have for all consumers, particularly Muslims. Some parties, particularly the pharmaceutical business, continue to oppose to the existence of Law No. 33 of 2014 concerning Halal Product Guarantee. The supply of special facilities, such as rooms, equipment, and human resources, will significantly raise costs, resulting in higher drug prices and a reduction in people's access to the items they truly require for health care. Currently, the pharmaceutical sector must import 95 percent or more of its raw materials, totaling 150,000 items, in order to make about 30,000 different types of pharmaceuticals in the country.
The Crime Of Damage After the Constitutional Court's Decision Number 76/PUU-XV/2017 Abdul Kadir Jaelani; Resti Dian Luthviati
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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From 2009 until now, there have been 30 cases tried by the Court with the use of Article 27 paragraph (3) of Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning Amendments to Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions. These various cases have raised opinions from some people who consider defamation offenses contrary to the spirit of reform that upholds freedom of thought and expression. Crime of reputation after the Constitutional Court Decision Number 50/PUU-VI/2008, Constitutional Court Decision Number 2/PUU-VII/2009, Constitutional Court Decision Number 5/PUU-VIII/2010, Constitutional Court Decision Number 31/PUU-XIII/ 2015, and the Decision of the Constitutional Court Number 76/PUU-XV/2017 concerning the Review of Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning Amendments to Law Number 11 of 2008 regarding Information and Electronic Transactions against the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia are regulated in detail with one of the points, namely making changes in Article 27 paragraph (3) of the ITE Law and reducing criminal threats in 2 (two) provisions. Keywords: Reputation Offenses; Legal Certainty; Constitutional Court.
Disharmonization of Supreme Court Regulations in Material Judicial Rights Taufik Hidayat; Resti Dian Luthviati; Suviwat Jenvitchuwong
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 3 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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This study aims to analyze the problems with Supreme Court Regulation in Judicial Review resulting from inconsistencies in these rules, which impact the court's ability to enforce these regulations. This study is a normative legal analysis. The findings of this study indicate that the problem of discordant norms in judicial review is related to two factors, specifically discordant norms regarding the authority to examine formal matters. The discord of norms about the legal subject matter of the Petitioner for Review of Legislation under the Act results from differences in regulation of judicial review material aspect used as a criterion. This contradicts the original intent of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.