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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 Indonesian Government's Liability Against Forest Fires That Caused Losses to Malaysia Rizal Bagus Habibulloh; Rifqi Ridlo Phahlevy
Rechtsidee Vol 9 (2021): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.2021.9.747

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This study aims to describe the form of Indonesia's accountability to countries that are directly affected by the haze caused by Indonesian forest fires according to the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution rules. This research is intended only for written legislation (law in books) and other legal materials. In normative research, the author will use doctrinal research methods that refer to legislation (statute approach) and a comparative approach (comparative approach). The results of this study indicate that Indonesia's accountability for cross-border smoke haze pollution due to forest fires is stipulated in Article 3 of the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution. Furthermore, the rights of countries affected by transboundary haze due to forest fires are regulated in Article 16 of the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution which states to increase preparedness and minimize risks to human health and the environment.
The Problems of Compensation Employement Termination Due to Covid-19 Betty Yunita Setyorini
Rechtsidee Vol 9 (2021): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v9i0.718

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This study aims to answer employers dilemma during the Covid-19 pandemic to carry out labor efficiency by termination of work. The Cipta Kerja regulation number 11 of 2020 which is complemented by Government Regulation number 35 of 2021, as a normative basis for providing compensation for layoffs is considered a sufficiently mitigating solution when compared to previous labor legislation. However, what about the company's financial condition is not sufficient to provide compensation in accordance with the normative provisions of the legislation. To overcome this problem, an agreement is made between the employer and the workforce so that they can get a solution together. The agreement must also be registered with the Industrial Relations Court to protect the parties having an interest in it. Therefore, in writing this article, the Juridical Normative writing method is used, which analyzes cases based on applicable laws and regulations, analyzes legal concepts and qualitative descriptive methods.
Law on Asset Recovery for Corruption in Indonesia: An Urgent Need Sekar Langit Jatu Pamungkas; Kuswardani
Rechtsidee Vol 9 (2021): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v9i0.762

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Corruption is an organized crime, so that its existence is required to complete the law not only for the perpetrators but also for the results of acts of corruption which are often not found with a track record of all assets of corruption. This study aims to examine legal products in Indonesia regarding the seizure of assets resulting from criminal acts of corruption. Philosophically, the existence of criminal acts of corruption is a form of state responsibility to eradicate because there is not yet a strong legal basis to regulate the mechanism of confiscation effectively in the enforcement of corruption. This research method uses normative juridical with conceptual legal approach with qualitative descriptive research type. The results of this study can be concluded that the urgency of the establishment of the Draft Law on the confiscation of assets resulting from acts of corruption is to change the legal paradigm in law enforcement of criminal acts of corruption which is not only focused on perpetrators of corruption but assets resulting from criminal acts of corruption can be returned based on the amount of losses suffered by the perpetrators of corruption. country. The effectiveness of the law with the formation of these legal products closes the gaps that have so far arisen so that it triggers the existence of criminal acts of corruption.
The Breaking Down Political Corruption: The Urgency of Progressive Law Enforcement Abdul Wahid
Rechtsidee Vol 9 (2021): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v9i0.774

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Political corruption is one of the legal phenomena in the form of corruption carried out by involving political actors or power actors. Political corruption is a phenomenon that occurs in almost all parts of the world and is a global problem. This study aims to explore the value and substance of progressive law as a solution in dealing with political corruption in Indonesia. This research is a normative legal research. This research specifically prioritizes socio-legal aspects, namely non-legal aspects that can enlighten and clarify the description of problems in political corruption. The legal materials used are primary legal materials which include: the Corruption Law, the Amendment to the Corruption Crime Act, and the UNCAC ratification law. Secondary legal materials include the results of studies and research on political corruption in Indonesia, and non-legal materials include various non-legal studies and analyzes related to political corruption that support this research. The approach used is a statutory approach as well as a conceptual approach. The results of the study confirm that the urgency of progressive law in breaking down political corruption needs to be carried out because the orientation of progressive law does not only focus on rules, but also emphasizes behavioral aspects. The orientation and formulation of progressive law in breaking down political corruption is to emphasize the behavioral dimension in the form of leadership and professionalism in terms of substance, structure, and legal culture.
Forced Defense in Indonesia: Striking a Balance between Proportionality and Subsidiarity Handy Ariansyah; Emy Rosnawati
Rechtsidee Vol 9 (2021): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/jihr.v9i0.971

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This study aimed to assess the compliance of the decision made by the Kepanjen District Court Number 1 /Pid.Sus-Child/2020/Pn Kpn with the provisions of criminal law book of article 49 paragraph 1 and paragraph 2, which govern forced defense as a means of self-defense. Using the normative method, the study examined legal literature to establish the truth of the matter. The study found that a forced defense must adhere to the principles of proportionality and subsidiarity to be considered legitimate. The conclusion drawn from this study is that the decision of the Kepanjen District Court must be evaluated based on these two requirements to establish the legal truth of the matter. Highlights: Proportional and subsidiarity requirements are essential for a forced defense to be considered legitimate. Excessive actions that go beyond the threat faced may not be considered a forced defense. The actions of the victim must be considered in evaluating the legitimacy of a forced defense.

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