Decision and Hearing
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Ever Been a Decision, Review of "Attorney as Investigator and Prosecution of Corruption" Unacceptable

Application for a suspect in a corruption case Djailudin Kaisupy in the review Act 16/2004 on General Attorney, namely Article 30 paragraph (1) letter d, and explanation, by the Constitutional Court (MK) cannot be accepted. "The verdict, stating the petition…read more

Image Thursday, January 03, 2013 | 16:47 WIB | 144
Raden Bung Hatta Withdraw the Review of two Acts on Basic Agrarian Principles and Forestry

Application for judicial review of Act 5 of 1960 on Basic Agrarian Principles (BAL) and Act 41/1999 on Forestry repealed by the petitioner, Raden Bung Hatta. Court stated in its provisions granting withdrawal of the petition filed by Raden Bung…read more

Image Thursday, January 03, 2013 | 16:44 WIB | 30
Election Commission of Morowali Regency and "incumbent" alleged systematic violations in the Regional Election

Starting in 2013, the Constitutional Court (MK) held initial hearing, the trial on Dispute of Election Results (PHPU) of Morowali Regional Election, Central Sulawesi on Thursday (3/1) morning. The trial of cases registered with the number 98/PHPU.DX/2012 and 99/PHPU.DX/2012 led…read more

Image Thursday, January 03, 2013 | 16:42 WIB | 64
Public Accountant "Manipulation" Criminalization Conditionally Unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court (MK) has decided to grant partial supplications Testing Act (PUU) No.. 5/2011 on Public Accountants (Public Accountants Act) - Case No. 84/PUU-IX/2011 - on Thursday (3/1) afternoon at the Plenary room. Petitioner were M. Achsin, Anton Silalahi,…read more

Image Thursday, January 03, 2013 | 16:41 WIB | 105
Habel Rumbiak Admitted Failure to Fix Petition on Judicial Review of Administrative Court Act

Judicial review of the Act on State Administrative Court filed by Benny Kogoya, according to schedule, it should have been done repairs on December 24, 2012 ago. Habel Rumbiak as Benny’s attorney claimed was negligent so do not use the…read more

Image Thursday, December 20, 2012 | 17:14 WIB | 86
Experts: Sharia Banking Dispute Resolution Should be by Religious Court

The review of Act 21/2008 concerning Islamic Banking - Case No.93/PUU-X/2012 - entered the agenda for a briefing from the Petitioner, on Thursday (20/12) afternoon in the courtroom of the Constitutional Court (MK). Ija Suntana as Petitioner’s experts presented and…read more

Image Thursday, December 20, 2012 | 12:44 WIB | 76
Court Commanded to Repeat Polling in Three Villages of Deiyai District

The Constitutional Court (MK) back ordered General Election Commission (KPU) in order to implement the polling repeating of Deiyai District. Repeating voting conducted in three villages in the district of West Tigi, namely Widuwakia village, Wagomani village and Demago village.…read more

Image Wednesday, December 19, 2012 | 20:35 WIB | 131
Two Workers Questioned Layoff Provision in Labor Law

Termination or layoff (PHK) Provision when the company merged (merge) in Employment Act be multiple interpretations. According to the Petitioners, Dunung Wijanarko and Wawan Adi Swi Yanto, Article 163 paragraph (1) Labor Law has impaired his constitutional rights. "Since eliminating…read more

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 | 18:28 WIB | 122
APKASI Supported Distribution of Local Aspirations through DPD

District Government Association of Indonesia (APKASI) declared Law 27/2009 on the People’s Consultative Assembly, House of Representatives, Regional Representatives Council and the Regional Representatives Council (Act MD3) and Law 12/2011 on the Establishment of Regulatory legislation (Act P3) has reduced…read more

Image Tuesday, December 18, 2012 | 16:18 WIB | 64
Government: Blasphemy Prevention Act did not curb Freedom of Religion

Issues of religion and religious life in Indonesia were something sensitive. Different interpretations of a religion can cause conflict or conflict between religious groups. For example, the differences in sects in Islam can also lead to disunity among the people,…read more