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International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources
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ISSN : 28289137     EISSN : 27764974     DOI : https://doi.org/10.51749
International Journal of Law, Environment and Natural Resources (INJURLENS) ISSN 2828-9137 (Print) 2776-4974 (Online) is an international, scholarly open access journal on the topic of law, environment, and natural resources. It publishes reviews and regular research papers and there is no restriction on the length of the papers. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their research in as much detail as possible, whether theoretical, empirical, or experimental. INJURLENS follows the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Scholar Center takes the responsibility to enforce a rigorous peer-review together with strict ethical policies and standards to ensure adding high-quality scientific works to the field of scholarly publication. Unfortunately, cases of plagiarism, data falsification, inappropriate authorship credit, and the like, do arise. We take such publishing ethics issues very seriously and our editors are trained to proceed in such cases with a zero-tolerance policy. To verify the originality of content submitted to our journals, we use Turnitin and iThenticate to check submissions against previous publications. Subject Areas Jurisprudence, Legal Theory, Philosophy of Law Criminal Law and Criminal Justice System Economic and Business Law Constitutional and Administrative Law Comparative Legal System Alternative Dispute Resolution Environmental Policy and Management Natural Resources Mineral And Geo-Resources Land And Ecological Resources Plant And Animal Resources Water Resources Energy Resources Food And Bio-Resources Resource Conservation, Reuse, And Recycling Sustainable Resource Management Resource Governance And Policy Circular Economy
Arjuna Subject : Ilmu Sosial - Hukum
Articles 26 Documents
Criminal Act Of Travel Document Fraud Reviewed Based On Law Number 6 Year 2011 On Immigration Teuku Putra Azis; Muhammad Hatta; Jumadiah
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): April Issue
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The crime of document fraud committed by Malaysian foreign nationals is charged with Article 126 letter c and Article 127 of Law Number 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration. The form of immigration crime committed was passport forgery so that the perpetrator was sentenced to 1 year in prison and a fine of IDR 1.000.000. However, the sentence is considered too low so that it does not provide a deterrent effect to the perpetrators of immigration crimes. Supposedly, the judge can decide on a heavier sentence based on the provisions in Article 126 letter c and Article 127 of Law Number 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration.
FREE, PRIOR AND INFORMED CONSENT IN FULFILLING THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF CITIZENS IN THE MINING SECTOR Harliansyah Harliansyah; Astiti Swanita Rini; Eva Nopitasari Siagian; Tuntas Karawahno Andjab; Rokhaya Fall
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): April Issue
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Based on data from the Directorate General of Mineral and Coal, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, in 2017, there are 9,353 Mining Business Licenses (MBL) with 9,074 MBLs entered in the DG of Mineral and Coal database. Of these, 6,565 MBLs passed the CnC requirements, while the remaining 2,509 MBLs were categorized as non-CnC. The focus of the problems studied are: (1) What is the Direction of Changes in Government Policy in the Mining Sector? (2) What is the relationship between Free, Prior and Informed Consent with the fulfillment of the constitutional rights of citizens in the mining sector? The method used in this study is doctrinal legal research focusing on sources of law. The result shows that (1) There are changes in government policy in the mining sector, which was only constrained in its implementation, but has now become more problematic because of the removal of the article on the imperative community participation; (2) In every policy setting, FPIC must be implemented and must be given to the community, especially those who are directly affected. Thus, FPIC can be said to be a form of community rights that must be fulfilled by the government as the licensor legally to fulfill the constitutional rights of its citizens.
THE IMPACT OF JOB CREATION ACT AGAINST THE PARTICIPATORY PRINCIPLE IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW Aulya Noor Rahmah; Muhammad Rasyid Ridha; Nurul Kamriani
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): April Issue
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The enactment of Act 11/2020 on Job Creation in October 2020, resulted in several changes in laws and regulations. One of the crucial articles that were abolished by the Job Creation Act was Article 93 of the Environmental Act (UUPPLH) which regulates rights to file a lawsuit at the Administrative Court, this is contrary to the private law. Also based on Article 2 of the Environmental Act states that environmental protection and management is carried out based on the principle of Participation. This research focuses on the impacts of eliminating Article 93 of the Environmental Act by the Job Creation Act specifically on the principle of Participation. The method used in this research is normative legal research conducted with qualitative analysis. The result is that the elimination of Article 93 of the Environmental Act by Article 21 and Article 22 of the Job Creation Act is contrary to the Participatory Principle contained in Article 2 letter k and Article 70 of the UUPPLH. The abolition of Article 93 of the UUPPLH also causes the judicial power to be unable to exercise the principle of checks and balances.
RELIGIONS IN THE CONSTITUTION OF ASEAN COUNTRIES: The Rule of Law and Welfare Concept Asari Taufiqurrohman
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): April Issue
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The study of the constitution could not be covered by the scope of one state only, but also  compare it with others. To strengthen cooperation between ASEAN community, we should understand the constitutional concept which follows the rule of law. Even adopted by the majority of nation-state according to with their basic type of the country and nationality (such as culture, religion or norms). To compare it, we have to discuss a more significant idea about the state. This research promoted to explain about the extent of religious content as well as prime religion which recognized on the constitution of the ASEAN countries by using normative legal research, with emphasizes result by comparison among countries. Finally, this research describes how important the religion concept (in each manuscript) to the body of the constitution, to reach “the living constitution” and to show the other side of the welfare concept in ASEAN countries with various theories of laws. The approach method is related to doctrinal legal research.
REGIONAL POLICY IN MANAGING OIL PALM WASTE AS RENEWABLE ENERGY IN SOUTH KALIMANTAN PROVINCE Ifrani Ifrani; Muhammad Topan; Nurmaya Safitri; Tiya Erniyati
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): April Issue
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Besides producing CPO and KPO, oil palm also produces a lot of waste. Oil palm waste can be managed and utilized. This study aims to determine how oil palm waste is managed, the authority of local governments to regulate oil palm waste management in South Kalimantan Province. Third, what is the concept of future local government policies in utilizing oil palm waste as a new and renewable energy development in South Kalimantan? The research method used is normative juridical research, the research that is focused on examining the application of the rules or norms in positive law, analyzing in-depth and holistically, from all aspects comprehensively, sourced from library research using legal materials, namely primary legal materials, secondary legal materials, and tertiary legal materials, to answer regulatory issues in the legislation regarding the Policy on the Use of Oil palm Waste as New and Renewable Energy in South Kalimantan Province. The result shows that Indonesia has been able to create renewable energy from the oil palm industry. However, the government needs to regulate the use of oil palm shell waste through local regulations and policies. With the participation of policymakers, and focus for development. It can creates jobs, increase and develop disadvantaged areas and in the end will reduce the level of poverty.
A REVIEW ON RAWLS THEORY OF JUSTICE M.Yasir Said; Yati Nurhayati
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): April Issue
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Justice is an abstract idea and understanding the core concept of various types of justice will help scholars, lawyers and law enforcement to develop and use the theory for legislative drafting, judicial review, case review, in court defense, and legal research and writing. In this paper we discussed the essence of Rawls Justice, the implication and compared it to other theories of justice. Therefore this paper will focused on examining and reviewing John Rawls idea of Justice and how to implement it in society. The method used in this study is doctrinal legal research. The result of this study while we discussed that the three Rawls principles cannot be realized together because one principle collides with another. Rawls prioritizes that the principle of the equal liberty which is lexically maximized precedes the second and third principles. However we believe Justice as Fairness in action should not mean that there is equality but rather emphasizes the concept of balance for the law in providing justice.
THE RELATION BETWEEN DIRECT PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION SYSTEM WITH THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Abbas Raga Sugara
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): October Issue
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Many criticized RPJP-RPJMN as the national development plan for suffering a setback. From a historical view, a comparison to GBHN is inevitable as the main argument is through the GBHN, the direction and purpose of the government wheel journey will be easier to understand so that it is quite easy to correct the level of success and achievement that is inscribed by a government in power. The problem is whether the direct presidential election system is being implemented today is the reason why GBHN is removed as a national development plan? The study is analyzed through pure legal research. The result is that the amendment to the 1945 Constitution in Article 6A determines that the Presidential election is directly elected by the people has implications for the abolition of GBHN in Article 3 of the 1945 Constitution.
THE BENEFITS OF COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH SERVICES IN INDONESIA: A LEGAL STUDY Muhammad Hatta; Tengku Noor Azira Tengku Zainudin; Ramalinggam Rajamanickam; Yati Nurhayati
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): October Issue
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In the principle of informed consent, doctors were obliged to establish communication with patients before carrying out medical treatments. Information from the doctor became a guideline or consideration for patients in making a choice (freedom to choose) and gave approval to the doctor to carry out medical action to them. The obligation of doctors to effectively communicate has been regulated in Article 35 and Article 45 of Law No. 29 of 2004 concerning Medical Practice and further strengthened by Regulation of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia No. 290/ Menkes/ Per/ III/ 2008 concerning Approval of Medical Measures. The effectiveness of communication in health services was an act of caution in medical treatments. Before the medical treatment was carried out, the patient should already knew about the disease, the chances of healing, the risk of medical treatment and the patients were also given alternative methods of other treatments so that the patients has information about the illness and therapy that doctors would do. If communication between patients and doctors is effective, it could prevent medical malpractice.
THE LEGAL POSITION OF CANING PUNISHMENT IN ACEH Zulfan Zulfan; Muhammad Hatta
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): October Issue
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Amongst the punishments that have been implemented in the Islamic criminal law is caning punishment. The caning punishment in Aceh is carried out directly and opens to the public. However, some Islamic countries carry out caning in private such as in prisons. In Aceh, the implementation of caning that has been carried out openly is based on Aceh Qanun Number 6 of 2014 concerning Jinayat Law and Qanun No. 7 of 2013 concerning Jinayat Procedural Law. However, in 2015, the implementation of the caning was carried out behind closed doors like in prisons. This is in accordance with the Governor Regulation Number 5 of 2018 about the Implementation of 'Uqubat Whip’ in the Correctional Institutions. Changes in the implementation of the caning punishment led to the pros and cons among the society. Many believe that the implementation of caning in a closed manner will affect the effectiveness of the punishment in reducing the number of shari'ah violations. Although there are many factors that influence the number of crime in society, the punishment and the implementation of the punishment itself are considered as the most important factors
THE URGENCY OF INTERNALIZATION OF WOMEN'S PROBLEMS AND EXPERIENCES IN NATURAL RESOURCES REGULATION IN SOUTH KALIMANTAN Erlina Erlina; Lena Hanifah; Elma Fitria; Giovanni Akmal Firdausy; Zhafirah Zahra
International Journal of Law, Environment, and Natural Resources Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): October Issue
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Women and nature are often articulated as two things that are very close and near . Environmental problems that occur today are not gender-neutral because when natural damage occurs, women are the parties most at risk of being affected. Exploitation and conflict of natural resources affect women's welfare. On the other hand, women still experience various obstacles in fighting for and defending their environment and life, women's access and control over natural resources are still minimal, while women are also almost not involved in decision making, face stigmatization, and so on. This study uses the research method of socio-legal research by using an interdisciplinary approach between aspects of normative research and a sociological approach. The results showed that women's groups were not involved in the formation of regulations in the field of natural resources in South Kalimantan and the existing arrangements had not specifically accommodated women's problems, needs, knowledge, and experiences.

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