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    Government Regulation in Lieu of Law(Perppu) No. 2 of 2017 Assert State Existence


    BANDUNG-Currently, there are many issues become serious issues. The government also published a Government Regulation in Lieu of Law(Perppu) No. 2 of 2017 to deal with national security threats, social conflicts, and public divisions.

    Padjajaran University Political observer Bandung, Muradi said the publication of the Perppu is a form of assertion of State's existence, governance of the right of association, the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI) the price of death, and Pancasila as a plenary ideology.

    "This Perppu I assume for all elements of society, not just organizations," he told reporters in Bandung, Friday (14/07/2017).

    According to him, the most prominent Perppu material is the granting of authority to the Government to be able to dissolve the mass organizations without going through the judicial process, the extension of the ban for mass organizations, and the existence of three sanctions against the Perppu and the regulation of the right to association, starting from administrative sanctions, legal sanctions and political sanctions.

    "The scope of authority of the state administrative sanctions for ministries, legality sanctions for ministries and Police, while political sanctions include ministries, Police and the public," he explained.

    Muradi also criticized the birth of the Perppu because Indonesia solved the problem with the problem.

    "This is important, because the existence of the state will be seen," he said.

    Meanwhile, Lecturer of Padjajaran University Law Faculty , Indra Prawira, said that many of the Perppu came out without meeting the requirements. In fact, the Perppu should come out when the state conditions are urgent and important.

    "If one of them does not qualify, then it should not be issued," he concluded. (MAT)

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