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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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Penguatan Fungsi Pengawasan Legislatif terhadap Eksekutif Pasca Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Rachman, Irfan Nur
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 8, No 2 (2011)
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The Constitutional Court in its decision Number 23-26/PUU- VIII/2010 have been cancelled the applicability of article 184, paragraph (4), which regulates the amount of quorum and approval of quorum in the decision-making process in the Forum related to the plenary meeting house “our opinion the proposal on the right.” In its legal considerations, the Constitutional Court confirmed that the provisions of quorum and the number of quorum approval of 3 / 4 shall be replaced with provisions in decision making on the basis of “simple majority”. This has an impact on the strengthening of the system of checks and balances for the role of legislative control the Executive branch that the abuse of power by the Executive branch can  prevent.
Pola Pelanggaran Pemilukada dan Perluasan Keadilan Substantif Huda, Miftakhul
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The pattern of direct elections of regional head and the Constitutional Court practices in adjudicate disputes local elections have been developed rapidly. Some of violations color the elections of regional head. They were the mobilization and partiality of Civil Servants,  abuse  of office, facilities, and state budget  by  the  incumbent  candidate,  and  the practice of money politics. The systematic, structured as well as massive violations generally results reelected vote with a final decision or interlocutory preceded. More than that, various violations of further stages of the General Election was also assessed based on the principle of free   and fair election so that the decision of the Court has eigh models based   on similar characteristics.The paradigm of substantive  justice  made  procedural  rules  does  not open the opportunity for justice. It drives the role of the Constitutional Court put the final determinant of local democracy which is still colored  by piracy and fraud. Constitutional Court justices are not only expand but also strengthen democracy  that  took  place  so  as  not  limited  to procedural democracy. With this, the examination is very extensive; the free encyclopedias assess weight and  sanction  violations.  Paradigm  has evolved to be followed by the ratio decidendi constancy previous decisions and anticipate the variety of sanctions violations by designing the right to justice  itself.
Tafsir Misoginisme dan Inkonsistensi Birokrat (Implikasi Putusan MK No. 4/PUU-VIII/2010) Wahid, Abdul
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The verdict of Constitutional Court (MK) Number 4/PUU-VIII/2010 can be described as a verdict blocking chances for the civil servant (Pegawai Negeri Sipil) to represent himself/herself as the head of executive in the district such as governor, mayor, regent, and any others in the mayor general  election  (Pemilukada)  because  one  of  the  prerequisites  to  be a civil servant must be followed by a resignation letter. This prerequisite cannot be considered as a form of discrimination and injustice for the civil servant, yet as a kind of protection through the strategic role of the civil servant. If the civil servant still keeps going on its track, as a bureaucracy devotee, then people’s civil rights must have been fulfilled.
Penetapan Anggota Panwaslu oleh Bawaslu: Analisis Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Nomor 11/Puu-Viii/2010 Eddyono, Luthfi Widagdo
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The Constitutional Court of Indonesia in Decision Number 11/PUU- VIII/2010 stated that the provisions regarding the recruitment of members of the Supervisory Committee for the Election must be nominated by the Provincial/District General Elections Commission is contrary to Article 22E Paragraph (1) and paragraph (5), and Article 28D Paragraphs (1) of the 1945 Constitution. Therefore, to ensure a fair legal certainty and avoid disruption of the elections, the nomination and appointment of members of Supervisory Committee for the Election is conducted by one institution, namely the General Elections Supervisory Body (Bawaslu) or Supervisory Committee for the Election. The decision contains two legal meanings. First, the view that the principle of checks and balances are not only connected with separation of power at the legislative branch, executive branch, and judiciary branch, but also the relationship between “supervisors and the supervised” that based on the proportional rationality inter-state relations. Second, the case number 11/PUU-VIII /2010 actually contain elements of the dispute between the two state institutions, namely the General Elections Commission and Bawaslu because not only related to the interpretation of norms, but also the fate of members of 192 Supervisory Committee Election that not recognized and approved by the General Elections Commission. The problem handled by Constitutional Court using judicial review case against the 1945 Constitution.
Relevansi Parliamentary Threshold terhadap Pelaksanaan Pemilu yang Demokratis Firdaus, Sunny Ummul
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General Election as a means to realize the ideal of democracy does    not merely aim to determine who will get the position in the parliament but it also should represent the sovereignty of the people. In the 2009 General Election, however, parliamentary threshold was prevailed and implemented. This regulation is included on Article 202 The General Election Act number 10/2008 which stated that political party of General Election participant must fulfil at least an amount of 2.5% of total valid national vote to be included in the representation determination of the House of Representative.A number of Indonesian peoples objected the rule. This is because parliamentary threshold deemed to be potentially demolished the political right of the people. Besides, the implementation of parliamentary threshold in bottom level considered to have some potential horizontal conflict because, for example, if someone voted as a selected candidate but they do not fulfil the parliamentary threshold, this particular candidate cannot obtain a seat in the parliament. This can be seen in the petition of judicial review to the Constitution Court regarding this parliamentary threshold regulation.It can be concluded  that  the  relevance  of  parliamentary  threshold to democratic General Election execution can not be separated from the mechanism and reasons in determining the the amount of threshold numbers in said rule. Requirement for determining the threshold is not merely based on a reason to strengthen presidential system chosen by the Indonesian people. In this case, the people’s voice should not be represented merely by the parliamentary number having position in the House of Representative. If this happens, then there will be some concerns of the emergence of political interest to strengthen the position of a particular political party in the  parliament.
Vonis Mahkamah Konstitusi Mengeksaminasi Keterwakilan Perempuan Faisol, Mohamad
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 8, No 2 (2011)
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The verdict imposed by the Constitutional Court in the form of revocation of some parts of General Election Rules which arrange the determination of the representative who has the rights to occupy the council seats is not a verdict which discriminates and hinders women rights to fight for occupying the council seats, but it gives them more available and egalitarian chances to female politicians. The Constitutional Court verdict also examines the political party to elect and decide the council representatives truly based on the aspect of rasionality, professionality, and any other special aspects supporting them.

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