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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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Law Enforcement of Waste Management in An Effort to Reduce Flood Risk in Indonesia Azhar Azhar; Kgs Muhammad Sobri; Abdul Halim
Jambe Law Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.3.1.37-64

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The aim of this paper is to identify law enforcement of waste management and formulate a law enforcement model for urban waste management in an effort to reduce flood risk. The explanatory survey was used in this study. Quantitative and qualitative approaches were used to explain the relationship between several variables. Sampling techniques were carried out in stages, and proportionally according to the research objectives. Besides, the data collection in this study carried out through observation, in-depth interviews, documentation and audio visual. The data analysis technique used descriptive qualitative through an interactive model developed by Miles and Huberman consisting of four interacting components, namely data collection, data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions and verification. Results indicate that there are some issues in law enforcement of waste management. First, the total number of law enforcers is not enough. Second, there are lack of facilities and infrastructures such as garbage cans, collection, temporary landfills, transportation and final processing. Third, there is a lack of commitment by the authorities in enforcing waste management laws related to reducing the risk of flooding. Furthermore, public awareness to comply with waste management is very law. Finally, there is still a lack of public awareness of the risk of flood. In conclusion, almost half of the community is aware that disposing of garbage in its place is very important for their survival and flood risk in their area. On the other hand, half of the people who do not care and still throw waste not properly
Ecofeminism and Enviromental Protection: A Legal Perspective Budi Hermawan Bangun
Jambe Law Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.3.1.1-18

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Women are very important figures to ensure sustainable development. This paper discusses the role of women in environmental protection from the perspective of eco-feminism and law. This research is a non-doctrinal legal research with a socio-legal approach. The data used are secondary data obtained through literature studies, then the data that has been obtained is analyzed qualitatively. It is learnt from the discussion that eco-feminism as a thought that criticizes the dominance of patriarchy over control of environmental management and has succeeded in encouraging environmental protection movements carried out by women in various countries. Women are key actors in using, managing and protecting natural resources. Environmental preservation is closely related to the role of women. From a legal perspective, eco-feminism is an effort by the people to seek justice as the main goal of law and ensure the principle of equality before the law inmonitoring, protecting and enjoying the benefits of environmental sustainability.
State’s Responsibility over Forest and Land Fires Causing Transboundary Haze Pollution in the Frame of ASEAN Agreement Fajar Khaify Rizky; Suhaidi Suhaidi; Alvi Syahrin; Jelly Leviza
Jambe Law Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.3.1.65-81

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This article aims to analyze the state’s responsibility over forest and land fires causing transboundary haze pollution according to the Asean Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution. A normative legal method is applied to help answer the problems of transboundary pollution which has been an international concern. The impact of haze pollution resulted from forest and land fires has triggered protests against Indonesian government and urged the sate’s liability as long as the impact of the haze pollution is concerned. Forest and land fires which caused transboundary haze pollution has infilcted losses and damage not only in Indonesia but also in other neighbouring countries, such as Malaysia and Singapore. State responsibility is a fundamental principle in international law applied when a country has violated boundaries, either directly or indirectly, which is harmful to other countries. In international environmental law, tansboudary air pollution caused by forest and land fires is contrary to the principles of international environmental law resulting in a state responsibility responsibility or liability. While responsibility refers to a legally regulated responsibility and the concept of international law, the liability refers to the indemnification of the other party’s loss. As a result of forest and land fires causing transboundary haze pollution, ASEAN member countries have agreed to form an AATHP (ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution) agreement aiming at preventing and mitigating transboundary haze pollution
The Concept of E-Voting Mechanism Based on Law of General Election and Information Security Bayu Sujadmiko; Iskardo P Panggar; Ade Sofyansah; Intan Fitri Meutia
Jambe Law Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.3.1.19-36

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The development of technology has made transformation in the world; one of them is the implementation of e-voting systems in general elections. This research aims to dig deeper into the utilization of e voting in Indonesia's general election according to the Law on General Election, and research on the e-voting safety aspect in Indonesia's general election with the Law on ITE, government regulation on One Data Indonesia, and the Bill of Personal Data Protection Law. The research method is normative, which is delivered with an analytic-descriptive method. The results show that Indonesia has arranged elections with e-voting mechanisms for multiples of times, for example, in Jembrana Regency. Based on the General Election Law, e voting could be implemented in Indonesia. However, there are still considerations in terms of technology and preparation that should prevent unwanted burden. There needs to be a regulation for voters' data management to prevent violations against human rights. Data management must pay attention to safety aspects guided by the Law on ITE, government regulation on One Data Indonesia, and the Bill of Personal Data Protection Law
Transparency Principle on Land Acquisition for Agrarian Justice Rosmidah Rosmidah; Dony Yusra Pebrianto
Jambe Law Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.3.1.83-101

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The purpose of this article is to study the state’s efforts to guarantee the principle of transparency and implement it into land acquisition process for the sake of public interest. With normative method, this article found that the land, despite of being an object of private ownership, has a social function. Therefore, the state has an authority to regulate the utilisation and use of land for the sake of public interests through a land acquisition. In recent years, disputes due to land acquisition between the government and the land owners has always increased, resulting in the use of violence and public distrust against the government. It is believed that such the condition was triggered by the lack of transparency as long as the land acquisitions are concerned. In order to realize agrarian justice, which is the state’s obligation, it is necessary to guarantee the principle of transparency in the land acquisition process which are the basic rights of land owners / holders and the general public. Because the principles of openness and transparency in the Land Acquisition Law are obscure in norms, it is necessary to interpret the law. The principles of openness and transparency are carried out from the planning, preparation, implementation stages to the stage of submitting the results of land acquisition. At the empirical level, it must be implemented without causing various encapsulation resulting in land acquisition disputes. The principles of openness and transparency are needed to facilitate the flow of community participation in development

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