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Administrative and Environmental Law Review
Published by Universitas Lampung
ISSN : 27232484     EISSN : 27459330     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25041/aelr
Core Subject : Social,
The Administrative and Environmental Law Review is a journal published by the Faculty of Law, Universitas Lampung. Established in, the Administrative and Environmental Law Review aims to distribute scientific research and discusses in state administration law and environmental law in Indonesia, specifically in fields of legal environment of business, international environmental law, regulation of air pollution, regulation of water pollution, regulation of oil and gas industries. The Administrative and Environmental Law Review publishes two issues in a year. In 2021, the Administrative and Environmental Law Review Journal requires English as its main language, and therefore accepts journals only in English.
Arjuna Subject : Ilmu Sosial - Hukum
Articles 30 Documents
The Urgency of the Prohibition of Cosmetics on the Marine Environment in Marine Tourism Andre Monifa
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
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The advancement of marine tourism has a positive impact on local communities and also raises concerns about negative effects on coral reefs. Damage to coral reefs in Indonesia currently reaches 46 percent. The damage turns coral reefs white and threatens biodiversity and the function of coral reef ecosystems. One of the causes of damage is the oxybenzone and octinoxate content in sunscreens used by marine tourists. Hawaii has issued a law banning sunscreen lotions containing these substances. The purpose of this study was to analyze the urgency of banning sunscreens in marine tourism areas in Indonesia as a basis for drafting regulations to protect coral reef ecosystems. This study uses a jurisdictional normative approach and analyzes secondary data such as legal theory, laws and regulations, and is supported by several studies on coral reefs. The results of this study indicate that sunscreen can protect the skin from exposure to ultraviolet rays which can cause acute and chronic health problems. However, the use of oxybenzone and octinoxate as chemical filters also has the potential to cause health problems. These substances also cause coral bleaching even at the lowest settlement level. The use of sunscreen is regulated in several parts of the world. Referring to the progressive legal theory, the prohibition of using sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate in marine tourism areas is considered urgent because the form of the law is made for human welfare and it is a solution to the absence of laws regarding the protection of coral reefs in Indonesia. Adapt selective and responsible law based on facts and environmental data in accordance with responsive legal theory.
Policy on the Development of Doctor's Functional Officials in the State Civil Apparatus Against Violation of the Doctor's Code of Ethics Apriyanto Apriyanto
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
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A doctor of the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) in the implementation of medical practice has the potential to be subject to ethical sanctions by his professional organization in the form of a recommendation to revoke the Practice License which causes loss of authority to practice. Based on this, the loss of authority will at least raise the question of whether losing the authority to carry out the medical profession will have implications for his functional position as an ASN doctor and what is the coaching policy as an ASN doctor functional official in relation to violations of doctor ethics. The research was conducted with a statue approach and a case approach. The result of the research is that the loss of formal authority due to ethical violations does not have implications for the functional position of doctors and the guidance carried out by ASN doctors who have been sanctioned for ethical violations in the form of re-competency tests, transfers, and dismissals. Suggestions are needed by laws and regulations that explain the stipulative meaning of the relationship between ethical violations and the application of disciplinary sanctions to make it easier for ASN doctors who are sanctioned by violations of the Code of Ethics
Law Enforcement Against Pollution of Beef Cattle Livestock Waste Fauzul Romansah
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
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The beef cattle business does not only have a positive impact in meeting food needs, especially the fulfillment of nutrition in the form of animal protein. But it also has a negative impact on the environment and people. This environmental impact is caused by housing factors, food factors, and disease prevention and control factors. The housing factor contributes to environmental pollution in the form of air pollution and water pollution. This research was conducted using a descriptive analysis approach which resulted in the conclusion that the factors that can affect environmental pollution from beef cattle fattening business, including management system factors whose management is not good, especially in the settlement of animal manure can cause unpleasant odors, water pollution, and pollution. soil. Meanwhile, the food factor has a very negative impact due to leftover feed and the expansion of fertile land for the production of food sources for cattle through deforestation which produces greenhouse gas effects. Manure management is needed to make it more environmentally friendly, as well as providing vaccines for livestock to prevent transmission of livestock diseases to humans.
Audit of BPK RI Performance on the Cooperation Scheme Agreement between the Government and Business Entities (KPBU) Irdham Riyanda
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
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The scheme of the Government Partnership Agreement with Business Entities (KPBUS) or known as the Public Private Partnership (PPP). It is a model agreement between the government as the owner of the land and the business entity as the business manager to carry out the socio-economic functions of the government with the size of the rights and obligations attached to each party. The implementation of the PPP agreement cannot be separated from the various legal aspects that underlie it, namely the legal aspects of the agreement, the legal aspects of state land use and the legal aspects of state finance. The existence of this legal aspect of state finance is inherent in the function and authority of BPK RI to conduct an examination of it. The type of inspection that is most appropriate for assessing the series of PPP agreement management processes, from planning to monitoring and evaluation is the type of performance inspection. Furthermore, in conducting a preliminary examination the performance of the examiner is required to be able to identify the problem before carrying out a detailed examination. There are several basic problems described in this paper, starting from the planning process to monitoring and evaluation that need to be followed up by preparing concrete audit steps and a recommendation that can be applied by the institution.
Holistic Paradigm Contradiction of the Ultimate Principle of Remedium Against the Principle of Legality in Environmental Criminal Law Enforcement Mashuril Anwar
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
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The advancement of marine tourism has a positive impact on local communities and also raises concerns about negative effects on coral reefs. Damage to coral reefs in Indonesia currently reaches 46 percent. The damage turns coral reefs white and threatens biodiversity and the function of coral reef ecosystems. One of the causes of damage is the oxybenzone and octinoxate content in sunscreens used by marine tourists. Hawaii has issued a law banning sunscreen lotions containing these substances. The purpose of this study was to analyze the urgency of banning sunscreens in marine tourism areas in Indonesia as a basis for drafting regulations to protect coral reef ecosystems. This study uses a jurisdictional normative approach and analyzes secondary data such as legal theory, laws and regulations, and is supported by several studies on coral reefs. The results of this study indicate that sunscreen can protect the skin from exposure to ultraviolet rays which can cause acute and chronic health problems. However, the use of oxybenzone and octinoxate as chemical filters also has the potential to cause health problems. These substances also cause coral bleaching even at the lowest settlement level. The use of sunscreen is regulated in several parts of the world. Referring to the progressive legal theory, the prohibition of using sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate in marine tourism areas is considered urgent because the form of the law is made for human welfare and it is a solution to the absence of laws regarding the protection of coral reefs in Indonesia. Adapt selective and responsible law based on facts and environmental data in accordance with responsive legal theory.
Implementation of Batu Kuning Baturaja Terminal Based on the Regulation of the Minister of Transportation Number 40 of 2015 concerning Service Standards for the Implementation of Road Transportation Passenger Terminals Nora Soraya Sinabutar
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
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The effectiveness of terminal operation is related to how far the government carries out the terminal functions as it should be. To determine the effectiveness of the Batu Kuning terminal operation in Baturaja, based on the Minister of Transportation Regulation Number 40 of 2015 concerning Standard Services for the Implementation of Road Transportation Passenger Terminals, in this study using a normative-empirical legal approach. Furthermore, the effectiveness of the operation of the Batu Kuning terminal can be seen through four things in general, namely accessibility, facilities, comfort and security of the terminal itself in accordance with the Minister of Transportation Regulation Number 40 of 2015 that the operation of the terminal is obliged to provide safety, security, comfort, convenience, and equality service for the community. Batu Kuning Terminal as a class 3 type A terminal in Baturaja cannot be said to be effective because the accessibility, facilities, comfort and safety of the Batu Kuning terminal are inadequate because the indicators in the Minister of Transportation Regulation Number 40 of 2015 are not available. So it is necessary to add and repair Batu Kuning terminal facilities, both main facilities and task support facilities in order to increase the effectiveness of the terminal, not only the duty of law enforcement officers, but all parties using the road must cooperate with each other, be it AKAP, AKDP, ANGKOT drivers. and ANGDES, passengers, and all the people in the Batu Kuning terminal have the obligation to work together to support the operation of the Batu Kuning terminal to run effectively.
Analysis of the Energy and Mineral Source Regulation in the Formulation of Job Creation Law (Omnibus Law) Indah Dwi Qurbani; Muhammad Rafid Zuhdi
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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This research is an analysis and evaluation of the Work Creation Omnibus Law. The intended Work Creation Act regulates many sectors, in this study an evaluation and analysis of the omnibus law in the energy and mineral resources sector is carried out as regulated and contained in paragraph five of the Work Creation Act. This has resulted in pros and cons and has become an issue of national law. The omnibus law method is not completely new to Indonesia. The substance of the omnibus law has been used in the legislative process in Indonesia. In terms of the formation Law Number 23 of 2014 concerning Regional Government, it is a form of omnibus law. The type of research in this research is normative legal research, with the nature of prescriptive and applied research with the aim of evaluating and analyzing the energy and mineral resources sector regulations on the formation of the Work Creation Act.
Implementation of Self-Help Housing Stimulant Assistance (BSPS) Program to Enhance the Tulang Bawang Community Prosperity Siska Dwi Azizah Warganegara
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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Every citizen has the right to live in prosperity both physically and mentally, with the fulfillment of physical, spiritual and social needs. To meet these needs the government has made a policy in the form of the Self-Help Housing Stimulant Assistance Program (BSPS), which aims to stimulate low-income communities to build / repair respective homes. The problem in this article is the urgency of housing policy through the BSPS Program in improving the welfare of the community in Tulang Bawang Regency? How is the implementation of housing policy through the BSPS Program in Tulang Bawang Regency? The research used a normative juridical and an empirical approach method. The data are primary and secondary. The result of the research shows that the urgency of housing policy through the BSPS Program is to meet the needs of the community in the form a decent house for habitation which is in line with the state's goals for the welfare of the people. One of them is the fulfillment of a house that is suitable for habitation and health, including building safety, reliability of structural components, improving the quality of non-structural component materials, health of lighting occupants, ventilation and sanitation as well as the minimum adequacy of building area. The BSPS policy in Tulang Bawang Regency is based on the PUPR Ministerial Regulation Number 07 of 2018 concerning BSPS, Perbup Tulang Bawang Number 36 of 2018 concerning Guidelines for Implementing Home Improvement Activities Sourced from the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget of Tulang Bawang Regency. The implementation of BSPS until 2019 has only been 7% (800) of 11,473 uninhabitable housing units (RTLH). In its implementation, BSPS has not been able to encourage public awareness of working together in building houses, according to the spirit of giving BSPS and giving BSPS there are still some that have not been on target. Judging from the benefits of the government housing policy, it can continue the policy for all low-income people (MBR), and future implementation can be carried out more selectively and on target.
The Role Of The Lampung Provincial Financial Audit Agency In Determining State Losses Aditya Bardawansyah
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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The Supreme Audit Agency is the institution that has the authority to calculate and determine state losses, but in its implementation, there are still requests for calculating state financial losses that have not been implemented. This study uses a normative juridical approach. Then it is analyzed qualitatively so that the results are obtained: First, the BPK-RI Representatives of Lampung Province have been given the trust by law enforcement officials to calculate and determine state losses, and the State Financial Loss Calculation Result Report submitted by BPK-RI is used as evidence in court as evidence regarding there is a state loss. Second, the methods used by BPK-RI in calculating state financial losses are by using several methods, namely the apple to apple comparison method, the production cost method, the comparison method between the contract value and the market price, the total loss, and the real cost method. The method used by BPK-RI Representatives of Lampung Province in calculating state losses is by using the simple cost method. This method is used by calculating the difference between the funds spent by the state to obtain goods/services from third parties, compared to the value of real expenditures incurred by the implementing party to provide goods/services to the state according to the agreedĀ 
Efforts to Realize Legal Certainty of Land Ownership in Lampung through Blocking of Land Certificate Meutia Safitri
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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Article 19 of the UUPA states that land registration is carried out as a way to guarantee legal certainty of land rights. The Land Office will issue a certificate of land rights for rights holders. Therefore, the right holder is obliged to register at the local Land Office if there is a transfer or assignment of rights. This study aims to determine: 1) the legal status of the blocked land certificate, and 2) the legal certainty of the land title certificate when the registration of the block has passed 30 days or there has been a court decision regarding the block. This study uses a normative juridical research method. The approach to the problem used is a statutory approach and a conceptual approach. The data analysis used is qualitative in the form of descriptive analytical. The data source used is in the form of secondary data consisting of primary legal materials, secondary legal materials and tertiary legal materials. The research results show that: 1) the legal status of the blocked land title certificate is that transitional legal actions and land rights are imposed. 2) The legal certainty of a land title certificate when the registration of the block has passed 30 days is the restoration of the legal status of the land title certificate holder.

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