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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.
Arjuna Subject : Ilmu Sosial - Hukum
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Pengawasan Peredaran Barang Cetakan, Due Process Of Law dan Hak Atas Kebebasan Mengeluarkan Pendapat Ali, Mahrus
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Basically, the authority of attorney general to control the circulations of printed goods is accordance with the principle of due process of law, equality before the law, and the right of freedom of expression as stipulated in the constitution 1945. Interpreting these principles has close relationship with the basic principle of human right in Indonesia, rechtsidee, values, and world view containing in the five basic pillars of Pancasila that stresses more to the balance of right and obligation. In the context of judicial review of an article 30 (3) c act number 16 2004, the problem is not on   the existence of its legal norm but on the procedure to implement it in which attorney general did not provide proper and accountable mechanism so that these three principles are not purely conducted.
Penanggulangan Pornografi dalam Mewujudkan Manusia Pancasila Bunga, Dewi
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The provisions concerning  the  prohibition  of  pornography  are  set in the national legal instruments and instruments of international law. Specifically regulated in Law no. 11 Year 2008 About  Pornography  whose  existence  was  confirmed  by  the  Constitutional  Court  Decision No. 10-17-23/PUU-VII/2009 who rejected the  judicial  review  of  Law no. 44 Year  2008 on Pornography seeing this legislation is still needed to protect public morality. Prohibition of pornography  is  also  in  line with the principle of the 2nd Pancasila who want a  civilized  human being. However, the existence of the rule is not effective in preventing pornography, especially with the internet presence that can expand and facilitate access to pornography. Therefore it is necessary efforts to control pornography in the human form of Pancasila.
Konstitusionalisme dan Hak Asasi Manusia Marzuki, Laica
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The Constitution is not the main topic. The Constitution itself does not bound with the constitutionalism. The Constitution must not be the Constitutionalism. Although the concept of constitutionalism derived of the Constitution, and its development even encourage the existence of constitutional state, the essence of constitutionalism are the the power limitation of the state. The Constitutionalism build a limited State, in order to the application of state and government are not arbitrary and is clearly expressed and regulated in the articles of the Constitution.
Perlindungan Hak Atas Kebebasan Beragama dan Beribadah dalam Negara Hukum Indonesia Fatmawati, Fatmawati
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The first principle of Pancasila recognized God Almighty, which means the duty of every man  in  Indonesia  to  respect  the  religion  and beliefs of others, because it is everyone’s right to choose, embrace, and practice the teachings of their religion freely without interference and without  disturbing  others.  It  means  not only ban unethical proselytism, but also ban desecration and abuse of religion in the Republic of Indonesia to protect security and public order to avoid unrest in society. It is set in the first principle of Pancasila and    was animated in articles of the Constitution (Article 28E Paragraph (1) and Article 29) regulating the right of religion and worship, which is   then further regulated in some legislations, among other Law Number 39 Year 1999 on Human Rights and Law No. 1/PNPS/1965 on the Prevention of Abuse and / or Blasphemy. Restrictions on the freedom to perform and determine one’s religion or belief under article 18 paragraph (3) of the ICCPR can only be limited by provisions of law,  and it is  needed to protect public safety, order, health, or morals of the fundamental rights and freedoms of others; and the regulation in Article 11 of Law No. 1/ PNPS/1965 has met the criteria for the application of restrictions on the freedom to perform and determine one’s religion or beliefs, in the sense that the restriction is the conduct of the teaching and not in his belief, by law, and to protect security and public order to avoid unrest in society.
Hak Kemerdekaan Menulis Buku dan Pencerahan Edukasi Masyarakat wahid, Abdul; Marwiyah, Siti
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The verdict of the judge of the Constitutional Court is a kind of special verdict. One of the verdicts pronounced by the constitutional court judge is to approve petition. In the case of petitioner’s clain through laws number 4/PNPS/1963, the constitutional court approves the petitioner’s petition. By the constitutional court judges, this juridical product is assessed against the constitution. This verdict can be categorized into an encouragement   or support educatively, which must be welcome positively by the country pillars. Subjects being motivated to be mujtahid as a constitutional court judge are educational communities such as teachers, college students, lecturers, researchers, humanists, and knowledge admirers to become the creators in the aspect of book. In this kind of condition, it is expected that education enlightenment can be gained through the   society.
Mengembalikan Tanggung Jawab Negara dalam Pendidikan: Kritik Terhadap Liberalisasi Pendidikan dalam Uu Sisdiknas dan Uu Bhp Williamson Nalle, Victor Nalle
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Indonesia’s Constitution has mandated that the state has a goal to develop nation’s intellectual. In that framework, the state should have responsibility  for  the  education  of  the  whole  people  of  Indonesia. But by globalization, through the WTO and GATS, Indonesia has been directed toward the liberalization of education. Liberalization is done through legislation that directs the autonomy of state-owned educational institutions, maximizing the role of communities in the state and minimize the role of the state, the format of “Badan Hukum Pendidikan” for all educational institutions, and opening the world of education for foreign educational institutions.
E-Voting: Kebutuhan vs. Kesiapan (Menyongsong) E-Demokrasi Hardjaloka, Loura; Simarmata, Varida Megawati
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Along with the success of e-voting in the election of leaders at the village in Jembrana District, Bali Province, the Chief Electoral Hamlet (Kelihan Banjar Dinas) in the Village Yehembang, Pohsanten Village, District and Village Mendoyo Perancak, Jembrana district by using the e-ID card, opening new opportunities for Indonesia to use these methods in the upcoming election. However, by retaining Article 88 of Law Number 32 Year 2004 regarding Regional Government provides the opportunity for areas not yet ready for e-voting to keep using conventional mencontreng election or vote.
Menegakkan Hak Beragama di Tengah Pluralisme Faqih, Mariyadi
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The verdict of the Constututional Court (MK) regarding the rejection of Law Trial Number 1/PNPS/Year 1965 about the Prevention of Religion Violation and/or desecration through Indonesia’s Law of  Constitution year 1945 can be read as reinforcement through the juridical existence which is related to the right of religion freedom. Any kinds of religion desecration and violation such as a violence in the name of religion or religion radicalism which happens in Indonesia is not caused by the juridical products in the era of the old orde or because of the emergency product, but it is more caused by the compilation of problems such as unfairness, disparity, and  powerlessness.

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