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Jurnal Konstitusi
ISSN : 18297706     EISSN : 25481657     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31078/jk1841
Core Subject : Humanities, Social,
The aims of this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or review articles. The scope of the articles published in this journal deal with a broad range of topics in the fields of Constitutional Law and another section related contemporary issues in law.
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Independensi Mahkamah Konstitusi dalam Proses Pemakzulan Presiden dan/atau Wakil Presiden Wahid, Abdul
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It has been highlighted in the constitution that the Constitutional Court has one obligation to give verdict on the House of Representatives’ (DPR) opinion regarding the impeachment of the president and/or the vice president. Obligation given by  this constitution is about to prove that Indonesia is a law state. Even though the Constitutional Court has become part of the dismissal process of president and vice president, the independence of its obligation is doubted by public because of the recruitment factors of the Constitutional Court judges. Even though these judges successfully give verdict because the president or the vice president is proven to break the law, it does not mean that its verdict absolutey ties the authority of the House of Assembly (MPR).
Judicial Preview Sebagai Mekanisme Verifikasi Konstitusionalitas Suatu Rancangan Undang-Undang Kurniawan, Alek Karci
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The many the petition judicial review of legislation, as legislation product Parliament and the President, at the Constitutional Court, indicates law making     as any of the products of law in Indonesia is currently seen by many parties have  not succeeded meet the expectations ofsociety. Contrasts, with a consequence has hundreds of articles that was canceled by Constitutional Courtsince its establishment it indicates so bad law making over the years.One of its causes weakness in order to scrutinize the drafts of the legislation in accordance with the constitution and people’s expectations. Therefore, in this research wants examine and develop a mechanism to check list to en sure that it each law making process in accordance with the constitution and people’s expectations. In this research, a method use disnormative juridical by using conceptual approach, historical and regulatory. From the research explores an extra mechanism for Constitutional Court to verify the value of constitutionality a draft law.
Telaah Putusan MK dalam Sengketa PHPU Pilpres 2004 (Perspektif Negara Demokrasi Konstitusional) Yasin, Rahman
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This paper aims to examine the extent of the impact of the decision of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia No. 1/PHPU.PRES-XII/2014 related PHPU 2014 presidential election dispute  in relation to  the  strengthening  of the constitutional legitimacy of the democratic state based on law and the constitution. Constitutional Court Decision No. 1/PHPU.PRES-XII/2014 gives importance to the development of our constitutional democratic system of government in the modern era. The Constitutional Court’s decision gives the meaning of democracy in a substantial sense of justice substantive. As a state agency to maintain and oversee the constitution, the Constitutional Court has been performing its functions and powers under the provisions of Section 24C of the 1945 Constitution and Law No. 24 of 2003 on the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court is a high state institution that is authorized through Section 24C of the 1945 Constitution, which is the authority to hear at the first and last are the final and binding nature of the decision, which among other things PHPU deciding the case, and based on Law No. 24 of 2003 as amended by Law Law No. 8 of 2011 concerning Amendment to Law Number 24 of 2003 on the Constitutional Court, and Article 29 paragraph (1) letter d Act No. 48 of 2009 on Judicial Power of the Constitutional Court, in essence the same, which is authorized to hear at the The first and last are the final and binding nature of the decision, including the case PHPU. In this sense the decision of the Constitutional Court put an end to various political opposition including the closing of all the dynamics of the political interpretation of the law that developed in the community.
Kedudukan Outsourcing Pasca Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi nomor 27/PUU-IX/2011 Khairani, Khairani
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The presence of the labor law is often challenged by the supporters of the interests primarily of the workers, particularly with regard to setting Outsourcing Employment Agreement in Indonesia. The reason the opponents are, among others, that the outsourcing arrangement only exploit and marginalize the humanity of those who have been guaranteed by the constitution. Various attempts have them do to rule as discriminatory was removed from employment practices in Indonesia, including the choice of law rules of the test material to the Constitutional Court. Finally, through Decision of The Constitutional Court No. 27/PUU-IX/2011, the Court granted the petition of workers by declaring unconstitutional some provisions of the Employment Agreement Outsourcing. In addressing the decision of the Court, the Government through the Ministry of  Manpower  publishes  Permenakertrans No. 19, 2012. The problem is that the Constitutional Court’s decision should not be followed up with legislation level ministerial regulations. In addition, it violates the rules Permenakertrans the higher, the Manpower Act for doing addition and subtraction of the torso aforementioned law. Not only that, now, both the workers and the employers also feel is not in line with the employment agreement outsourcing arrangement within the meaning of the Permenakertrans.
Problematika Legal Standing Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Ramdan, Ajie
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Constitutional Court received a petition for the constitutionality of Law No. 22 of 2001 on Oil and Gas and Law No. 8 of 2011 on the Amendment of the Law No. 24 of 2003 on the Constitutional Court against the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1945 Three issues are addressed in this study is about (1) the legal standing of the applicant in the judicial review of Law No. 22 of 2001 on Oil and  Gas and the Law number 8 of 2011 concerning Amendment to Law number 24 Year 2003 concerning the Constitutional Court; (2) consideration of constitutional court give legal standing to the applicant in the judicial review of Law No. 22 of 2001 on Oil and Gas and Law No. 8 of 2011 on the Amendment of Law Number 24 Year 2003 concerning the Constitutional Court; and (3) the proposed granting legal standing of the applicant in the case of judicial review in the Constitutional Court. To answer these problems, this research using material in the form of the decision of the Constitutional Court law, legislation, and writings relating to constitutional law. The type of this research is the juridical-normative. Theory in assessing the applicant has legal standing or not, one of which is the theory of legal standing. Theory of point d’interet legal standing point d’action that is without the benefit of no action. The petitioner in case No. 36/PUU-X/2012 and No. 7/PUU-XI/2013 does not have legal standing to appeal. Court is not appropriate to assess the applicant in case No. 36/PUU-X/2012 and No. 7/PUU-XI/2013 have no legal standing. Because the applicant does not have a base (interest) to apply for judicial review. In addition there are constitutional judges dissenting opinion affirming that the applicant has no legal standing.
Dilema dan Akibat Hukum Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Mengenai Kewenangan Memutus Sengketa Pilkada Rumesten RS, Iza
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MK decision to hand back an arbitrary in deciding disputed local election to the MA polemical and disagreement among legal experts. There are those who argue that it was the right decision, and there are also those who argue that the MK decision is wrong. Whatever the views of different opinions, the MK has concluded that it has binding (inkracht) and inviolable. The problem now is how best to anticipate the solution of other legal issues that arise as a result of the MK decision. Thus, in this study the formulation of the issues raised is how the legal effect of the decision of  the Constitutional MK No. 1-2/PUU-XII/2014 in the general election in Indonesia. The research method of this law is normative, primary legal materials are UUD NRI of 1945, Act No. 12 of 2008 on Regional Government, Act No. 8 of 2011 on the MK. The approach used in this study is the approach to statutory interpretation and approach. From the research it can be concluded that the MK decision to restore the authority to decide election disputes to the Supreme MA is right, because the local elections are local government regime (local elections). As a result of the decision, the government should establish a local election management bodies on a par with the Commission which may be called the local election commission (KPKD) but only institution based in the provincial and district/city, for an arbitrary level  of appeal submitted to the MA.
Menggagas Penerapan Judicial Restraint Di Mahkamah Konstitusi Dramanda, Wicaksana
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Many controversial decision made by Constitutional Court resulted in the emergence of the idea to limit the judicial power. One of the ideas that surfaced to limit the judicial power without disturbing the idea of judicial independence is judicial restraint. The idea of judicial restraint puts limitation on certain forms. The forms of limitation under judicial restraint could be limitation based on constitutional norms, limitation based on policies for restraint (self-restraint), and the limitation imposed by certain doctrines. Judicial restraint requires the judicial power to refrain from tendencies to act like a mini parliament   that can lead to the juristocracy. Judicial restraint also requires judicial power not interfere the other branches of power.
Konstitusi Ekonomi Menghadapi Masyarakat Ekonomi ASeAn (MeA) Tahun 2015 Agustine, Oly Viana
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Constitutional economics is the main out line of the state indetermining the policy direction in the preparation, implementation and protection of the country’s economy and citizens. Thought contained in the constitutionin economics will be a guide in the country’s economic development and economic policy formation. Importance of economics in the constitution, would be a zone defense in them iddle of the development of the more advanced economies of the developed and developing countries in preparation for the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015 MEA conceptis formed by a single market in Southeast Asia. MEA it self aim stoin crease competition and improve the quality of ASEAN citizens to be able tobe competitive with people outside ASEAN. In addition to the MEA expected to attractin ward investment in ASEAN so as to provide increased economic and social welfare of ASEAN. With the MEA provides an easier alternative path way in which a country is able to sell the products of both goods and services easily.
Kejahatan Kerah Putih, Kontraterorisme dan Perlindungan Hak Konstitusi Warga Negara dalam Bidang Ekonomi Kamasa, Frassminggi
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This article reviews the relationship between white-collar crimes, terrorism, and Indonesia’s counterterrorism policy. Indonesia’s counterterrorism policy yet include white-collar crimes, especially in economy, monetary, and banking, as a form of terrorism. This is because two things: the ignorance of the law enforcements on the white-collar crimes’ modus operandi and its reality that growing fast due    to the development in science and technology. As a result, although white-collar crimes are so destructive and growing rapidly but Indonesia’s legal instruments to date did not have an integrated codification of law to eradicate it. Furthermore, Indonesia’s counterterrorism policy looks lopsided because it focused on street crimes or blue-collar crimes, the crimes committed by the lower class strata in such vulgar, unsophisticated, and violent natures. That is in contrast with the white- collar crimes which are so corrupt, destructive, and wicked because it conducted in  a sophisticated, fraudulent, and systematic way. Thus, if the definition of terrorism only focuses in the type of street crimes then the corrupt practices, fraud, and deception in the white-collar crimes will be difficult to unfold and it seemed even strengthened, protected, and ultimately have a great potential in undermining the national stability.
Keterwakilan Perempuan Di Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Pasca Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Nomor 22-24/PUU-VI/2008 Kurniawan, Nalom
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Affirmative action by giving 30% quota for women, is a constitutional rights that must be seen in proportional viewed without override the right of people sovereignty. As a major stakeholder in the democratic state, is the right of people   to elect their representatives to sit in parliament. Waiver of the right of people to elect their representatives is a violation in the democracy system and a violation of people sovereignty.

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