Articles 24 Documents
International and National Laws Relations: Interrelated and Interacting Law Source

Katjong, Kadir

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 2, May 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (136.972 KB)

Abstract

The existences of international and national laws are interrelated and interacting. The linkage of International and National laws is depicted in monism and dualism theories. The existence of international and national laws is examined by looking at each others interdependence and interaction between the two. The object of this paper is related to the disengagement and interaction between international law and national law, using normative juridical methods. The results show that in actual practice between international and national laws need and influence each other, includes: international law is more effective if transformed into the national law; international law will bridge when the national law cannot be applied in the territory of other countries; international law will harmonize the differences in the national law; and international law more grow from the practices of countries. Extradition as one example, in principle contains two dimensions of interrelated international and national.

Koalisi Partai Politik Dalam Sistem Presidensil di Indonesia

Wospakrik, Decky

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 1, November 2016
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (459.573 KB)

Abstract

Koalisi Partai Politik Indonesia dalam sistem presidensil memberikan gambaran bahwa kekuasaan presiden bisa terkooptasi atau terbatas dikarenakan adanya kompromi­kompromi politik antarpartai politik dan Presiden yang tergabung dalam koalisi pemerintah. Koalisi yang dibentuk oleh pemerintah (Presiden beserta partai pengusung), dibagi berdasarkan komposisi kursi diparlemen dan dukungan partai selama Pilpres (Pemilu Presiden). Hal ini berimbas pada komposisi jumlah menteri di dalam kabinet pemerintah. Pembentukan koalisi diharapakan akan memberikan kestabilan terhadap agenda politik dan kerja presiden dikarenakan dukungan politik di parlemen yang kuat. Dengan demikian, solidnya koalisi dapat didasarkan pada kesamaan tujuan dan agenda politik bersama di antara koalisi partai politik.

Arrangement of Tourism Area Management to Achieve the Welfare of Indigenous Peoples of Papua

Sari, Liani

Papua Law Journal Volume 2 Issue 1, November 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (110.057 KB)

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to know and understand the management of the tourism area to realize the welfare of the existing indigenous people. The results of the research indicate that the regulation of tourism area management to realize the welfare of the existing indigenous peoples in Jayapura city and district is only managed by indigenous peoples, so that the government and entrepreneurs are not involved in tourism management. This is not in accordance with tourism arrangements where in the management of tourism areas must be managed by indigenous peoples, government and business actors (entrepreneurs). 

International Community and Indonesia’s Policy Towards Climate Change Post-2012

Afriansyah, Arie, Purwandaya, Andrea C.

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 2, May 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (225.227 KB)

Abstract

Throughout the international climate change regime’s development up until 2012, the emergence of new and helpful mechanisms and negotiation processes were often accompanied by setbacks such as withdrawals and unmet State obligation. The object of this study focused on international community and indonesia’s policy towards climate change. The Method of this study is normative legal research. The result  of this thesis is to situate the internal/domestic climate of several States (the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Norway, and Indonesia) and one regional organization (the EU); and connect it to the outward international policies each have chosen to put forward on the negotiation table and/or submit themselves to. Given the global nature of and concern about climate change, it feels as if there is no shortage of lessons to pick – from outright refusal to be legally bound to the regime at all (the U.S.), an unprecedented and recent move of formal and official withdrawal from the regime’s key instrument (Canada), the struggles with implementation that a regional organization might face (the European Union), to the recent moves and measures in environmental protection pioneered and led by States characterized by their increasingly strong economies (Brazil, Norway, and Indonesia).

Responsive, Integrity, Morality and Fairness Law Enforcement as Social Change Instrument

Nur, Fuad, Zulfadli, Muhammad, Arifin, Gunawan, Abdullah, Kasman, Salle, Aminuddin

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 1, November 2016
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (300.149 KB)

Abstract

This article reviews the essence of law enforcement as social change instrument. Law in the context of Indonesia that embrace democratic system is upholding the justice values in it that fairness principles for all Indonesian people. As positive law in a legal state, law enforcement is required to be professional, proportional, good, fair, and wisely so in accordance with the rules of expediency, kindness and equality in the law itself. The outcomes of the research indicate that law and community cannot be separated, for law the community is a resource that gives life (to nature) and move the law. The communities live the law with the values, ideas, concepts. And also contribute the community to implement the law.

Papua Land of Peace As a Humanitarian Program For Local People In Unitary State Republic of Indonesia

Wambrauw, Joram

Papua Law Journal Volume 2 Issue 1, November 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (198.747 KB)

Abstract

This study aims for the actual problems in the field of politics, law and security in the context of Papua Land of Peace. This research is prescriptive legal research with normative juridical approach method in the form of research on the principle with data collection technique through literature study in the form of primary, secondary and tertiary legal material with qualitative analysis of legal materials. The results of the study show that Papua Land of Peace is a humanitarian program to protect the Papuan people who inhabit it, as well as to protect it as citizens of Indonesia in the NKRI container. Therefore it is necessary to be well and carefully identified various matters which are the factors causing the situation in which Papua will not become a Land of peace.

The Element of Unlawful in Corruption (A Study of the Court’s Decision of Corruption in the District Court Class IA Jayapura)

Rohrohmana, Basir

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 2, May 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (147.321 KB)

Abstract

The element of unlawful (UMH – Unsur Melawan Hukum) in the Criminal Act of Corruption in the criminal justice practice shows a varied view between the prosecutor and the judge in making the decision to the defendant. The object of this study is related to the element of unlawful in corruption by using normative juridical method. The result shows that there are variations of the view is caused by (1) UMH, both formal and material, especially formal UMH in the criminal act of corruption is always seen as a bestanddeel element that gives character to other elements, with no prove UMH then other elements are considered unnecessary to be proved again, (2) UMH is considered as a stilzwijgend element which views each delict contained in UMH regardless of written or not in the formulation of a criminal article, but this leads to further debate which is necessary or not to be proved by the public prosecutor if UMH is not expressly written (as in article 2 paragraph (1) UUTPK) in the formulation of a criminal article. However, this is channeled by the view that if it is not clearly stated in the criminal article as in article 3 of UUTPK, it can be understood by applying genus-species approach to UMH as meant in article 2 paragraph (1) UUTPK as genus of UMH in TPK, then UMH its species in article 3 of UUTPK is understood from the element of misusing authority, opportunity, and position that existed on the corruptor.

Kemandirian Lembaga Penyelenggara Pemilihan Umum di Indonesia

Simanjuntak, Josner

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 1, November 2016
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (359.915 KB)

Abstract

Pemilu merupakan perwujudan kedaulatan rakyat guna menghasilkan pemerintahan yang demokratis. Pemilu yang bersifat langsung, umum, bebas, rahasia, jujur dan adil hanya dapat terwujud apabila penyelenggara pemilu secara institusional mempunyai integritas, profesional, tidak memihak serta memahami hak-hak sipil dan politik warga negara. Objek kajian dalam penelitian ini berkaitan dengan kemandirian penyelenggara pemilu, yaitu Komisi Pemilihan Umum (KPU) dalam melaksanakan seluruh tahapan-tahapan pemilu, Badan Pengawas Pemilu (Bawaslu) dalam menyelesaikan sengketa pemilu sebagai bagian dari fungsi penyelenggara pemilu, serta Dewan Kehormatan Penyelenggara Pemilihan Umum (DKPP) dalam menegakkan kode etik, dengan menggunakan metode pendekatan yuridis normatif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa Lembaga Penyelengara Pemilu belum sepenuhnya menunjukkan kemandirian, disebabkan secara institusional dan administratif masih dipengaruhi lembaga lain serta secara fungsional, belum imparsial dan kurang profesional.

Praperadilan Sebagai Upaya Hukum Bagi Tersangka

Purba, Tumian Lian Daya

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 2, May 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (174.827 KB)

Abstract

Prapradilan di Indonesia terinspirasi oleh hakim komisaris di negara Eropa. Pada dasarnya permohonan Praperadilan diajukan kepada pengadilan, bilamana ada hak-hak yang dilanggar. Hak untuk mengajukan Praperadilan dimiliki oleh tersangka atau korban, keluarganya, atau pihak lain yang diberi kuasa, penyidik dan penuntut umum, serta pihak ketiga. Objek tulisan ini terkait dengan Peranan praperadilan untuk melindungi hak-hak dari tersangka atau terdakwa dan peranan praperadilan muncul dalam rangka penegakan aturan yang ada untuk melindungi hak dari tersangka, dengan menggunakan metode yuridis normatif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan upaya hukum melalui Praperadilan yang diajukan oleh tersangka/keluarga tersangka ditolak oleh hakim Praperadilan. Praperadilan yang terjadi di Pengadilan Negeri Kelas IA Jayapura yang menerima dan memutus inkracht praperadilan hanya 65% dari total kasus dari Tahun 2014 sampai dengan 2016 dan yang ditolak dan tidak diterima Praperadilannya 35% dari total kasus dari tahun 2014 sampai dengan 2016. Namun ada satu kasus praperadilan yang sama diajukan dalam tahun yang berbeda memiliki putusan hakim praperadilan yang berbeda, di tahun 2014 satu kasus praperadilan ditolak oleh hakim praperadilan namun dalam tahun 2015 kasus praperadilan diajukan kembali dan dapat diterima oleh hakim praperadilan dan diputus inkracht di tahun 2015. Hal ini dapat diperhatikan bahwa putusan hakim yang berbeda dalam kasus yang sama dalam kasus praperadilan dapat terjadi karena adanya perbedaan penafsiran yang terdapat dalam hakim praperadilan. Praperadilan yang tersedia dalam KUHAP dirasakan sudah tidak dapat lagi memenuhi rasa keadilan tersangka/keluarga tersangka. Dalam hal ini, Praperadilan harus tetap dipertahankan dengan hakim yang tidak bersifat tunggal, kedepannya Praperadilan harus bersifat hakim ad hoc yang terdiri dari hakim karier, akademisi, dan praktisi sehingga diharapkan oleh para pencari keadilan untuk tersangka/keluarga tersangka secara benar-benar terwujud melalui putusan-putusan hakim ad hoc dapt secara objektif dengan mempetimbangkan berbagai macam aspek.

The Law Enforcement Reform Based on Pancasila Values: A Critical Review

Mambaya, Marthinus

Papua Law Journal Volume 1 Issue 1, November 2016
Publisher : Faculty of Law Cenderawasih University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (446.703 KB)

Abstract

The influence of colonial law is individual-liberal tempered as well as the globalization is capitalist-liberal tempered became a serious threat to the development of Indonesian law, because it raises the alienation syndrome of State laws from the values of life and upheld in a society that is Pancasila values, therefore the law reform of Indonesia became a necessity to do. This paper focuses on the reform in the field of typical law enforcement in Indonesia, where Pancasila as the ideological basis, in the logic of Stufenbau be the main touchstone which provides ontological, normative and operational frameworks for structuring better law enforcement and typical Indonesian. The principle of Almighty God becomes ontological framework for Indonesian people. Therefore, its existence is inter-related to the Almighty God as the source of value, truth and meaning. Just and civilized humanity is recognized as a ontological base and became the normative framework in order to enforce the law in a fair, civilized and humane, not oppressive character. It is operationalized within the framework of unity, not cause divisions, because all equal in the law as realized by acting wisdom and culminating in social justice for all citizens, social justice in favor of the weak.

Page 1 of 3 | Total Record : 24