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Rechtsidee
ISSN : 23388595     EISSN : 24433497     DOI : https://doi.org/10.21070/jihr
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RECHTSIDEE, provides a forum for publishing the original research articles, review articles and book review from academics, analysts, practitioners and those who interested to provide literature on Legal Studies and Human Rights in all aspects. Scientific articles dealing with Civil Law, Islamic Law, Indonesian Law, Business Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Administrative Law, International Law, Philoshophy of Law, and Human Rights are particularly welcome.
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The Development of Murabaha in Indonesian Islamic Banks Ari Kurniawan; Abd Shomad
Rechtsidee Vol 3 No 1 (2016): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v3i1.153

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Over the last few years, Islamic trading transaction has become more popular in Indonesia. Retail trade in Islamic banks for an example. There are many Islamic banks in Indonesia that provide alternative business transactions and halal product in retail trade to the public based on Islamic law, but Islamic banks must obey not only the origins of Islamic law, such as the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah but also Islamic principle in terms of the prohibition of uncertainty, interest and gambling when they run their business in retail trade. One of the agreements in retail trade is Murabaha which involves several possible structures, notably direct trading, company (seller) purchases via an agent or a third party and murabaha via the customer as an Agent. However, there are several contemporary issues, particularly Murabaha via Shares and executing time of Murabaha that still need to be discussed whether they disobey Islamic law and basic Islamic principles or not.
Access to Justice and Labor Law Reform in Asia Asri Wijayanti
Rechtsidee Vol 3 No 1 (2016): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v3i1.144

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The existence of national labor law system guarantees fair is one of legal reform to achieve access to justice. This study aims to analyze whether the system of labor law has given capacity to achieve access to justice as the basis for implementing international labor relations in Asia. The method of this study is a normative legal research with statute approach. The findings support that there was an inconsistency on the substance of the legal structures that affect the low legal culture. The substance of the national labor law systems have not adapted the comprehensive International Labor Organization (ILO) conventions. Less robust system of national labor laws affect access to justice in the weak field of labor in the region.
The Concept of Village Autonomy in Indonesia (Indonesian Constitution Perspective) Rifqi Ridlo Phahlevy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v3i1.151

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Indonesia was introduced to the term, “village autonomy” in 1970s; however, throughout the past years of establishing autonomous villages in Indonesia, the legislators have not been able to provide any clarity about this concept. Villages, as a legal entity, do not have enough independence to represent themselves as an autonomous unit of community in the state administration system of Indonesia. Article 18B and 28I of the second amendment of The 1945 Constitution of The State of Republic of Indonesia (UUD 45) state that the villages can have independent governments, by giving the alternative of village autonomy. Implementation the Law No. 6 Year 2014 is a part of the effort to realize the message of constitution and hence conception of autonomous villages is expected to be the catalyst for this concept. The presence of this law had a considerable impact on the 2014 presidential elections. Because of this people are concerned that political interests may try to drive and turning the direction and purpose of the law. This study is a part of the research on the implementation of village autonomy policies in Indonesia, and is compiled by using statute and conceptual approach.
Constitutionality Degree of Indonesia Local Regulation in Political Law Perspective Bambang Sutrisno
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v3i1.131

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The Politics of Law holds responsibility to give the surety of all regulations, including Local Regulation, for capable of reflecting the collective will of the public as the owner of the highest sovereignty. Politics of law is always working to bring together the ius constituendum and ius constitutum at the encounter between realism and idealism. Local Regulation as subsystems of national law, is expected to serve as a guiding instrument and guard direction for development and continuous improvement of Local Government. Therefore the existence of local regulations holds a strategic role for legal certainty, which is a necessary to create a conducive business climate and stability of the country.
Dispute Settlement Patterns on The Village Chief Election In Indonesia (Lumajang Regency) Fauziyah Fauziyah; Sri Praptianingsih
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v3i1.159

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In the year of 2013, Lumajang Regency carries out 159 village chief election (Pilkades). There are 4 disputes of Pilkades, and all about voice counting result of Pilkades. Local Regulation No. 24 year 2006 and Local Regulation No. 6 year 2012 do not state any matter of dispute in village headman election and mechanism of solution, but Local Government Regulation determines Watchdog Committee in the level of sub-district and Team of Village Governance Issues Completion in the level of District. Watchdog committee conducts supervision by preventive and repressive act. Supervision is done through preventive act in the form of communications and socialization to the village officer, Village Consultative Council (BPD), and Pilkades Committee about the importance of honest, fair and democratic Pilkades. Meanwhile, supervision is conducted through repressive act by facilitating the parties if dispute happened. As the result, committee executes the monitoring well, proven from 159 Pilkades, there was only 4 disputes, three among others can be resolved in non litigation process. Existence of Watchdog Committee is supported by the availability of budget coming from help of region budget (APBD) that is packed into village budget (APBDes), Rp.2.000.000 for every Pilkades.

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