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Jambe Law Journal
Published by Universitas Jambi
ISSN : 25987925     EISSN : 2598795X     DOI : -
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Jambe Law Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Faculty of Law Jambi University twice a year in May and November. It aims primarily to facilitate professional discussions over current developments on legal issues in Indonesia as well as to publish innovative legal researches concerning Indonesian laws and legal system, as well as a forum of intensive legal studies in Indonesia. Jambe Law Journal welcomes academics, scholars, university students, and others interested people to contribute the result of their studies and researches in the areas related to law, primarily Indonesian law.
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Indonesian Monetary Regulation Regarding Chinese Electronic Payment in Indonesia Claudia Mulyawan; Emmy Latifah
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (173.119 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.1.45-60

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This article aims to analyze and find the answer on how the regulation for transaction activities deals with electronic money by Chinese tourists in Indonesia, especially in Bali, as well as to analyze the effect on using WeChat Pay and Alipay payment in tourism sector. This legal research is using normative research method. It is concluded that Chinese electronic payment platform WeChat Pay and Alipay by Chinese tourists for doing payment transactions in Bali has not been explicitly regulated in Indonesia because those providers have not fulfilled any requirements and standards from Indonesian Central Bank (Bank Indonesia) and have not obtained any Indonesian legal status as a private company. Transactions using Chinese electronic also have impact for the country’s foreign exchange reserves. Foreign exchange reserves is one of the important aspect in deciding the value of state budget (APBN) that is also influenced by foreign exchange reserves from tourism sector.
Legal Protection of Cultural Objects in the Armed Conflict Akbar Kurnia Putra; Bernard Sipahutar; Vrandza Iswenanda; Sulhi Muhammad Daud
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (199.37 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.1.79-97

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This article aims to overview how the International Humanitarian Law regulates the protection of cultural heritages at the event of armed conflict. Applying a normative legal method, this article coclude that the protection for the cultural objects during an armed conflict is regulated in the Hague Convention IV of 1907, the Geneva Conventions IV of 1949, the Hague Convention of 1954, and the Second Protocols to the Hague Convention of 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict 1999. The Hague Convention of 1954 mentions about safeguarding of the cultural property from any harm as a result of armed conflicts and about respect for the cultural objects. Each nation is responsible to avoid, prevent, and forbid any harfmul acts against cultural property. However, no stipulation is mentioned on how the victims whose cultural objects are destroyed could sue for any destructions. Therefore it is recommended that a special International Body be formed to supervise any harmful activities toward the cultural objects. Such a body might be more than just an International Court of Justice whose function is to settle any objections, sues, or claims from parties whose cultural objecs have been destroyed during armed conflicts.
Harmonizing Conservation Values of National and Customary Laws on Turtles Conservation Muhammad Yamani
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (170.504 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.1.61-77

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Sea turtle populations on the Enggano Island are almost extinct as a result of over exploitation. This article aims to discuss harmonization of conservation values between national law and Enggano customary people in protectng sea turtles. It is found that the Enggano customary law norms have conservation values which stated prohibition of catching sea turtles by any means except for adat grandeur ceremonies (yakadea) use only. Sanctions are imposed to those who break the law with customary fines and a compulsary to apology to the chiefs and other Enggano Island communities. It is also learned that to harmonize conservation values between national law and Enggano customary law in protecting sea turtles can be conducted by implementing the norms of turtle protection in the national laws into the Village Regulation, which is an integral part of the hierarchical systems of laws and regulations in Indonesia. Harmonization of the conservation values of the sea turtles through the integration of legal substance is the best model in optimizing the protection of sea turtles without sacrificing the interests of traditional rituals that are still maintained for generations in the life of the Enggano community
Appeal Against Acquittal By The Prosecutor: Critical Comments on The Indonesian Constitutional Court Decision Aristo Pangaribuan
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (154.466 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.1.1-17

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In 2013, the Indonesian Constitutional Court ended the debate concerning the constitutional validity of the right to appeal against acquittal by the prosecutor. Such a question has a long history not only in the Indonesian judicial system. In their decision, the court concluded that the government should have the power to appeal against acquittal to the Supreme Court because of its supervisory function over the lower courts. However, the decision was not unanimous, and there was one dissenting opinion from justice Harjono, who is in favor of protecting the rights of the acquitted defendant. This article is trying to examine the decision and underlined the issue of two competing values, namely finality, and accuracy that was debated in the decision, even though the court did not explicitly mention it. In the end, this article finds that the court gives more importance to the accuracy of the conviction and less to their finality.
Community Participation of Yogyakarta as Climate Resilience City (CRC) Heribertus Jaka Triyana; Endah Rantau Itasari
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (192.553 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.1.19-43

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Community has played central roles for initiatives of the Local Resilience Action Plan (LRAP) toward Yogyakarta as Resilience Climate City (CRC) since 2012. This paper aims to find out relevance of community participation using the Catholic Church and Islamic Youth organizations participation as the model for dissemination and education on CRC as part of global agenda for achievement of the sustainable development goals. This paper is a empirical legal research conducted through an extensive and in-depth analysis of relevance legal data, i.e. primary and secondary data. At the end, they were completed through in depth analysis of legal logic to sustain their correlation and attribution to the said indicators of availibility, accessibility, adaptability and acceptability based on localities’ contexts and perspectives in Yogyakarta city. This paper reveals two conclusions. First, Catholic Churches and Islamic Youth Organizations in Yogyakarta city have played role to educate and to disseminate CRC through its internal Church guidance of the arch Bishop of Semarang manifestation 2035 and intended speech from Islamic leaders. Secondly, internal driven motivation is one of fundamental Christian values has been effective to continuously manage house hold wastes, increase green Catholic life style, and to map potential climate vulnerabilities.

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