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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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Ambiguitas Hak Kebebasan Beragama di Indonesia dan Posisinya Pasca Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Syafi’ie, M.
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 8, No 5 (2011)
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Freedom of religion is one of the rights guaranteed in the 1945 and several regulations regarding human rights in Indonesia. In Article 28I paragraph 1 stated that the religious right is expressed as a right that can not be deducted under any circumstances, as well as the right to life, the right not to be tortured, the right to freedom of thought and conscience, freedom from enslavement, recognition as a person before law,  and and  the right not to be prosecuted on the basis of a retroactive law.  As one of the rights that can not be reduced, then the religious right should   apply universally and non-discrimination. Splitting ensures the right to religious freedom in the midst of violence in the name of religion encourage some NGOs and leaders of democracy to conduct a judicial review of UU No. 1/PNPS/1965 on the Prevention of Abuse and or blasphemy.   Act shall be deemed contrary to  the  guarantee  of  freedom  of  religion that can not be reduced under any circumstances. In that context, the Constitutional Court rejected judicial review entirely, although there are dissenting opinion from one of the judges of the constitution. After the Constitutional Court decision, the identity of religious rights in Indonesia becomes brighter, which can be reduced and restricted. Decision of the Constitutional Court not be good news for the applicants, because the   UU No. 1/PNPS/1965 are one tool for certain groups to justify violence  in the name of contemporary   religion.
Perlindungan Hak Konstitusional Melalui Pengaduan Konstitusional Subiyanto, Achmad Edi
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The idea of a constitutional complaint against the input (constitutional complaint) into the realm of the Constitutional Court is part of efforts to protect the rights of citizens protected by the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year  1945. Protections that are stronger and more real to   the constitutional rights of citizens in particular, and human rights in general, is one of the  characteristics  of  the  1945  Constitution  which  has undergone a fundamental change in question. So, talking about the constitutional complaint in relation to the 1945 mean to talk about the 1945 Constitution which has undergone a fundamental change that. Therefore, an understanding of the occurrence of fundamental changes    to the 1945 Constitution has become very important to explain that the constitutional complaint mechanisms and the need for the Constitutional Court is given authority to decide constitutional cases referred to the current complaint really has become a   necessity.
Akuntabilitas Kekuasaan Kehakiman Prasetianingsih, Rahayu
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Accountability in Indonesia has been known the extent of the public administration within the executive power, while for representative bodies and judicial power is only in the system administration. Public demands for accountability from all over the government institution are no exception of judicial power. It’s triggered by “mafia peradilan” issue and other distrust so it needs judicial accountability. Problems arise when faced with the principles of accountability and independence and impartiality   of the judiciary. But in fact these two principles is not the core problem of accountability judiciary, there’s  many factors  influence.
Dasar Pertimbangan Yuridis Kedudukan Hukum (Legal Standing) Kesatuan Masyarakat Hukum Adat dalam Proses Pengujian Undang-Undang di Mahkamah Konstitusi Nur Rahman, Irfan; Triningsih, Anna; Harumdani W, Alia; Kurniawan, Nallom
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 8, No 5 (2011)
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In the context of history and politics, in fact, indigenous people have been there ahead of the country of Indonesia. Protection of customary law community unit to defend their constitutional  rights  if there are laws  that harm their constitutional rights. But there are certain requirements that must be met in order for customary law community unit having  legal domicile (legal standing) to file a petition for legislation in the Constitutional Court because not all indigenous people have legal standing in testing the law. This of course has the legal implications on  the recognition, respect and protection of customary law community unit, namely the unity of indigenous people that still exist are not automatically recognized as customary law community unit unless it has to meet certain constitutional requirements set out in the 1945   post-change.The purpose of the conduct of this research is to discover, deepen and develop ideas related to concepts, theories, principles of legal and normative provisions concerning the legal status of customary law community unit in the proceedings in the Constitutional   Court.Requirement for customary law community unit in order to have legal status (legal standing) as the applicant in the testing of the Act is quite heavy, but must prove himself as a customary law community unit as referred to in Article 51 paragraph (1) letter b Law the Constitutional Court, must also meet 5 (five) loss of constitutional requirements as specified in jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court. The legal position because of the weight requirement (legal standing) for customary law community unit, until now there is no applicant who claims to customary law community unit, has a legal domicile (legal standing) in testing the law. Typology and benchmarks about who is categorized as a customary law community unit is still not clear, so that through decision No. 31/PUU-V/2007, the Court gave typology and size of the unity of indigenous people by interpreting Article 18B paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution
Independensi Mahkamah Konstitusi Sumadi, Ahmad Fadlil
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 8, No 5 (2011)
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Amendment of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1945 (UUD 1945) define more clearly what is meant by judicial power and determine the perpetrators of judicial power. The judicial power as intended by the 1945 Constitution is the judicial power whereas the power needs to be guaranteed freedom (independency. Constitutional Court as one of the subjects of the judicial authorities in carrying out duties, functions, and authorities also uses the principle of independence and impartiality. The  existence  of  the  Constitutional  Court  as  a  subject  of  the judicial authorities which the authority determined in the 1945 Constitution, is necessary because amandment of 1945 Constitution have to led, among other things, the 1945 Constitution position as the supreme law of the state in which the authority of state agencies regulated.
Anak Membutuhkan Penegak Hukum Humanis (Analisis Putusan MK Nomor 1/PUU-VIII/2010) Satriya, Bambang
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The case number 1/PPU-VIII/2010 which has been decided by the Constitutional Court (MK) might become a precious experience for each part which gains trust to protect children. The verdict given by the Constitutional Court not only determines the limitation of the children age which has problems with law who must be demanded for an account, but also place children as a subject whose rights must be protected from the practice of ignorance, violence, violation, and any other cruelty.
Sengketa Pemilukada; Menegakkan Keadilan dalam Hasil dan Proses (Analisis Putusan MK Nomor 28/PHPU.D-VIII/2010 tentang Pemilukada Kabupaten Gresik) Kurniawan, Wishnu
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Democracy process of the Republic of Indonesia has changed over the collapse of the regime’s Suharto. Submission of opinion/ voting rights before the election form through representation in the Legislative votes, while  the order of the reform party of Indonesia’s democracy changed the form with a direct election of the aspirations of the community through direct election of the executive (President, Governor,  and Mayor /    Regent)Democratic party face has changed get a hidrance and obstacle, the hidrance and thats obstacle shapes as money politic, black  campaign, veiled campaign, inflate a number of vote, etc. But to canceled that fraud, indonesian civilans & the participants/incumbent has a place to uphold the justice throught the Constitutional   Court..Based on the result data processing and analysis carried out performed within this scientific can be concluced that The Constitutional Court actually has authority to receive, examine, prosecute, decide land disputes election result. Constitution Court decision especially about the election result dispute regional head (Regent and Vice Regent) by the Conctitution Court election result with number 28/PHPU.D-VIII/2010 about Perselisihan Hasil Pemilihan Umum Kepala Daerah dan Wakil Kepala Daerah Kabupaten Gresik, Provinsi Jawa Timur Tahun 2010 can be operate well and has gained a place at Gresik Regency civilians.
Tafsir Konstitusionalitas terhadap Batas Usia Pemidanaan Anak Christianto, Hwian
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 8, No 5 (2011)
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Child’s age limit acts is an absolute requirement which shall be notified in order to avoid him or her to be a victim. Acts No. 3, 1997 about     Court of Children  states  that 8 (eight) years old as the limit and it can   be proposed to. Of course this statement brings consequence to children growth’s rights and it is considered as a threat that he/she shall experience an hard law-process. On another hand, the decision of Supreme Court No. 1/PUU-VII/2010 answers this problem, by pulling up the application and deciding 12 years old as a new limit for the accused child. The regulation definitely brings a big change into child’s criminal law concept in Acts No. 3, 1997. The objection of law’s  application as limitation for a child    in the court also said by the applicant and considered as legality and human right trafficking.

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