Palmawati Taher
Universitas Sultan Agung Tirtayasa

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Audit Board Of Indonesia’s Supervision Duty Reviewed From Islamic Law Perspective For Acceleration Of Sustainable Development Palmawati Taher; Dwi Andayani Bs; Muhammad Rizqi Fadhlillah
Fiat Justisia: Jurnal Ilmu Hukum Vol 16 No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/fiatjustisia.v16no2.2645

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State Financial Auditing Board, also known as the BPK, whose job is to look into the management and responsibility of state finances, shared the same principle with Mazhalim Region, an institution in Islamic state administration that looks into cases involving state property. In Islam, laws are typically made to safeguard wealth from those who are overly ambitious or greedy for things that a Muslim would consider to be enough to satisfy their needs. The principle is crystallized in Muslim life: Amar ma'ruf nahi mungkar became the leading guide in achieving a better life. The position of the BPK in the Indonesian and Mazhalim Region in Islamic State administration systems concerning accelerating sustainable development is attracting considerable interest in this paper to see the supervision of the BPK's task from an Islamic perspective. Since the law is conceptualized as a social norm or rule that governs everyone's behavior, it is the primary focus of this study. Thus, compiling positive law, principles, doctrines of law, legal discovery in concreto cases, systematic law, synchronization levels, legal comparisons, and legal history are concerns of normative legal research.
Pancasila as The Basis of The State Unity of The Republic of Indonesia Palmawati Taher
Pancasila and Law Review Vol 2 No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Fakultas Hukum Universitas Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (660.933 KB) | DOI: 10.25041/plr.v2i2.2449

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Indonesia is facing various challenges because some people do not use religious and cultural values as a source of ethics in the nation and state. Socio-cultural conflicts have occurred due to ethnic, cultural, and religious pluralism that the government and society are not appropriately managed and fair. Based on that, Pancasila is needed by all generations of the nation. The type of research method used in this research is normative research, namely research on library materials which are primary data in science is classified as secondary data, which relies on data collection tools in the form of library studies or document studies. The research concludes that generations need Pancasila to unify the nation. Even though the Indonesian people are now united, it does not mean that Pancasila is no longer needed. Because what is called the Indonesian nation is what is currently there and what will exist in the future. As long as the regeneration process continues, we still need Pancasila as a unifying nation.