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Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System is a double-blind review academic journal for Legal Studies published by Research and Social Study Institute. Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System contains several researches and reviews on selected disciplines within several branches of Legal Studies (Sociology of Law, History of Law, Comparative Law, etc.). In addition, Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System also covers multiple studies on law in a broader sense. This journal is periodically published (in March, July and November). The focus of Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System is publishing the manuscript of outcome study, and conceptual ideas which specific in the sector of Law science. Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System aims to provide a forum for lectures and researchers on applied law science to publish the original articles. The scope of Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System is Criminal Law, Civil Law, International Law, Islamic Law, Agrarian Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Procedural Law, Adat Law, Tourism Law and Environmental Law.
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Indonesia as Legal Welfare State: The Policy of Indonesian National Economic Law Rian Saputra; Silaas Oghenemaro Emovwodo
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
Publisher : Lembaga Contrarius Indonesia

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The purpose of this study is to ascertain the relationship between investment law and state sovereignty, and then to construct national investment law politics in the future in order to advance economic development and retain independence. This research is normative by taking a statutory approach and a conceptual approach. The study's findings indicate that investment is critical for economic growth and job creation. Governments throughout the world are aggressively competing to improve the business climate and so encourage investment activities, but this competition should be controlled and emphasize domestic capital, as it signals to Indonesian state leaders that investment is a priority. While the contribution of foreign funds or foreign aid is not denied in developing Indonesia's declining economy, it must first rely on domestic capabilities as a source of development funds to ensure that the existence of foreign sources of funds does not result in dependence on foreign parties and that foreign heads of funds are used for the benefit of the people's economy.KeywordsPolicy;Economic Law;Welfare;
The Effectiveness of Administrative Efforts in Reducing State Administration Disputes Ahmad Siboy; Sholahuddin Al-Fatih; Virga Dwi Efendi; Nur Putri Hidayah
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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Regulating administrative efforts as the mandatory procedure is expected to be able to filter and reduce the number of disputes that must be tried by the State Administrative Court. However, the position of administrative efforts is only interpreted as a formality. This study aims to analiyz the position of administrative efforts in the settlement of state administration disputes and to find out how effective the administration efforts in reducing the number of state administration disputes in the State Administrative Courts in East Java. The results indicated that administrative efforts were the embodiment of the state law of Pancasila, but the effectiveness of administrative efforts in East Java was still very low or ineffective in reducing the number of state administrative disputes in the State Administrative Court.
Constitutional Religious Tolerance in Realizing the Protection of Human Rights in Indonesia Nurfaika Ishak; Romalina Ranaivo Mikea Manitra
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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Tolerance in the dynamic of Indonesian society and socio-cultural diversity is necessary. It is crucial to examine constitutional regulations as the highest fundamental law. The government has issued various regulations, but the critical question is whether these regulations protect religious freedom. This study aims to figure out how the law of religious tolerance ruled in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia/ Undang-Undang Dasar Negara Republik Indonesia Tahun 1945. This research is a type of normative research by describing, analyzing, and describing the constitutional arrangement of religious tolerance as a form of protection of human rights in Indonesia. The approach used is legal by tracing all relevant laws and regulations. The data collection technique used in this study is a library research technique, which is a data collection technique by reviewing journals, rules, regulations, and other related materials related to the law of religious tolerance in Indonesia. The results showed that religious tolerance is a form of protection for human rights recognized in Indonesia as a country with diversity. Tolerance is one of the keys to religious harmony based on mutual understanding and respect as human beings.
Legal Policy of Protection COVID-19 Patients in Hospitals Tri Hartini
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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The government has issued a number of measures in response to Covid-19, but these policies do not ensure patient rights as defined by the constitution. This is a juridical-normative study with a focus on legislation. The results indicated that legal protection for Covid-19 patients at home was accomplished in three ways: first, through civil legal remedies based on civil provisions; second, through criminal legal remedies based on medical practice; and third, through legal administration efforts that can be reported to the Council. Indonesian Medicine and the Honorary Council of Indonesian Medical Disciplines The rules and regulations controlling the protection of the law have an effect on the legal protection of patients; they compel health workers delivering health services to respect applicable laws and regulations.
The Strengthening of Guardian Institutions in Nanggroe Aceh During the Autonomy Era Muhammad Ridwansyah; Asron Orsantinutsakul
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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The Wali Nanggroe Aceh Institution is a unifying institution for the Acehnese people. Still, under the Aceh government law, this institution is not given enough space to carry out Aceh's duties and responsibilities. The results of this study are as follows: First, the authority of the Aceh Wali Nanggroe Institution is one of the things to unify the Acehnese people, but in fact, this authority is not included in the program budget of the Aceh Wali Nanggroe Institution because the budgetary control that manages it is the State Civil Apparatus assigned to the secretariat of the Aceh Wali Nanggroe Institution. Second, the word non-Aceh is no longer relevant because the Aceh Qanun on the Implementation of Population Administration has explained what is categorized as Acehnese. The perspectives of several ethnic groups fully support the existence of Wali Nanggroe Aceh Institution, but some people do not agree. Third, constitutionally the Wali Nanggroe Aceh Institution is protected by the constitution as part of the specialties and privileges of the Acehnese people.
Mainstreaming Restorative Justice in Termination of Prosecution in Indonesia Femmy Silaswaty Faried; Hadi Mahmud; Suparwi Suparwi
Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Human Rights, Culture and Legal System
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By law, under the principle of opportunity, public prosecutors have been entitled to the authority to proceed or terminate the criminal cases under their authority. However, the termination of prosecution by the attorney generals is mostly not followed by a victim-oriented settlement. In this case, the principle of opportunity is not in line with the victim interest. On the other hand, the direction of legal reform in Indonesia promotes restorative justice approach in every criminal case settlement. In this regard, this article aims to investigate the way to implement restorative justice in case terminations by General Attorney of Indonesia. This research relies on socio-legal approach. Data were collected through the investigation of regulations and works of literature related to the termination of prosecution of criminal cases and restorative justice. The result of this study indicates that the regulation concerning termination of prosecution based on restorative justice is obviously departed from the public needs. According to General Attorney Regulation, restorative justice which is oriented to the public interest has the chance to be implemented as the basis for termination of prosecution of criminal cases; therefore, the penal court can be addressed as the last option (ultimum remidium).

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