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Jambe Law Journal
Published by Universitas Jambi
ISSN : 25987925     EISSN : 2598795X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Social,
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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The Authority of Internal Auditor to Prevent Corruption Committed by Civil Servants and Government Official Helmi Helmi; Iskandar Iskandar
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (211.964 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.2.139-162

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Internal audit is significant to guarantee and ensure the enforcement of laws and regulations as well as to prevent power abuse by civil servants or government officials that may cause financial loss for the country. The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of the authority of internal audit, to describe how this authority is regulated, to depict the authority to prevent power abuse, and to illustrate the protection over and enforcement of administrative law on allegation of power abuse. This study is a normative juridical study analyzing primary and secondary legal material relevant to the subject under study. The result of the study reveals that the authority of internal audit has been set in various legal products. The operating procedures for legal protection over allegation of arbitrary behavior against civil servants or government officials are filing an objection or an appeal against the discovery of the internal audit. If the case is not a subject of investigation of law enforcement officers the accused may contest the finding to Administrative Court and request the judge to review the finding. If the accused is proven to be guilty of abusing power that causes financial loss for the state and, thus, be sentenced for the alleged conduct (inkracht), he or she shall be immediately dismissed from his/her position. The regulation posits that officer who ignores the verdict and continues to keep the defendant on his/her position shall be penalized.
Interrelationship of Corruption and Ecological Disaster Muhammad Rustamaji; Bambang Santoso
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (189.679 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.2.119-137

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Human being and living quality of their global community very depends on environmental condition. Then, various policies, regulation managements, law enforcement and technical supervision are conducted in attempts of biological environment conservation. However, corruption has always been primary enemy for all aspects of the environmental conservation. Apart from all efforts that had been conducted, natural resource sector is, in fact, a fertile land for corruption. Unguaranteed property right aspect, unbalanced discretion, complexity management of natural resource product, and weakness of control are factors leading to ecological environment become vulnerable area of corruption. Ultimately, bad impacts of the environmental damage return to human being as ecological disaster on individuals as well as global people. Therefore, efforts of prevention such as to involve people in recognizing forms of corruption contributing to ecological disaster is important. Grand corruption (state capture & elite capture), middle class corruption and petty corruption are forms of corruptions of ecological environment that should be understood deeply by people.
A Comparative Analysis of Indonesia’s KPK and Hong Kong ICAC in Eradicating Corruption Ridwan Arifin; Rodiyah Rodiyah; Fitria Puspita
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (197.43 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.2.163-179

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This article seeks to discusses anti-corruption policies in Indonesia and Hong Kong. This research arises from the phenomenon of corruption that has become widespread in Indonesia and seems to be a never-endingproblem that has caused great damage in all sectors of life. It's not only a matter of how much the state loss or corrupt modus operandi that is even more sophisticated and even makes Indonesia one of the highest-rankingcountries in corruption cases, but it is also a matter of law enforcement whihch is less smart in handling corruption cases themselves. On the other hand, reportedly having a different approach in combating corruption, Hong Kong is considered to have been successful in carrying out its duties. With comparative study, this article will elaborate various patterns of work conducted by anti-corruption institutions in Indonesia and Hong Kong, namely the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) and the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).
The Regulation of Natural Resources Law in Australia for Indigenous People Ros Vickers
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (179.258 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.2.99-117

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Natural resources law in Australia seeks to regulate, protect and conserve natural resources, while providing consideration to the economic value of projects and permit activities to occur. The same environmental laws apply to indigenous peoples as well as other members of the public in Australia. However the recognition of native title rights and sacred sites through legislation can acknowledge the special relationship that indigenous people have with the environment through traditional laws and customs. Indigenous people have a special relationship with their environment that does not easily fall within categories of western values of the environment, and for this reason there is often tension between the common law legal system and indigenous people. While there has been significant process working towards a more harmonious regulatory system of natural resources, there is still work to be done. This paper will outline the structure of indigenous rights impacting natural resource regulation in Australia, focusing on the Northern Territory, and will examine the origins of environmental law and indigenous rights
A Comparative Study on Criminal Sanction Against Drugs Offenders Monalisa Monalisa; Sri Rahayu; Dheny Wahyudhi
Jambe Law Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (199.775 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.2.2.181-206

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This article seeks to compare the criminal sanction regulation upon narcotics offences between Indonesian Narcotics Law and Singapore Drugs Act. Indonesia and Singapore have shared commitments to eradicate drugs offences in its respective country. Despite their similarity, however, both countries also have different approach to be applied in their respective laws to eradicate drugs offence. Methodogically normative, a comparative is exercised in order to reveal to what extent do Indonesia and Singapore have similarities and differences in applying sanction upon drug offenders and how both countries manage to eradicate the offence. Despite its success to significantly decrease number of narcotics offences due to its strict approach in its appliaction and resulting in deterrence effect for criminal offenders, Singapore shall not be compared to Indonesia. Not only because both countries have different system of law but also face different character of region. Besides, Indonesia is much bigger than Singapore. Despites sharing differences, both country may learn, share, and cooperate each other in order to more effectively eradicate drugs offences in the both coutries

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