https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/issue/feed Veritas et Justitia 2021-12-27T00:00:17+07:00 A Dwi Rachmanto vejustitia@unpar.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p><em>Online</em> ISSN 2460-4488 - <em>Print</em> ISSN 2460-0555 </p> <p><strong>Veritas et Justitia is a periodical legal journal</strong>, managed and published under the auspices of the <strong>Faculty of Law, Catholic University of Parahyangan</strong>. <strong>The first edition was published in June 2015</strong> and was meant to replace “Pro Justitia” a journal which ended its publication four years earlier.</p> <p><strong>Veritas et Justita</strong> is a media publishing articles on current national-international legal issues or legal research, written by legal academicians as well as legal practitioners. <strong>Veritas et Justitia i</strong>s a member of <strong>Indonesian Law Journal Association (APJHI).</strong></p> <p><strong>Veritas et Justitia as a periodical (legal science) journal will be published twice a year, in June and December</strong>. 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No cost shall also be payable to the editorial board during the review process or for the publication.</strong></p> <p>Since December 2017, <strong>articles submitted shall be reviewed by two reviewers</strong>. Editor also added information about author’s affiliation. All process regarding online journal system shall be reviewed and improved from time to time.</p> <p>Since June 2016 we are a proud member of <strong>CROSSREF</strong>. <strong>Veritas et Justitia</strong> <strong>DOI</strong> <strong>prefix</strong> is <strong>10.25123</strong>. Therefore, all articles published by <strong>Veritas et Justitia</strong> will have unique<strong> DOI number</strong>.<strong> </strong></p> https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4339 KOMITMEN INDONESIA DALAM PELINDUNGAN WARISAN BUDAYA BAWAH AIR DI PERAIRAN INDONESIA 2020-11-28T21:49:00+07:00 A. D. Agung Sulistyo ad.agung@ui.ac.id Arie Afriansyah arie.afriansyah@ui.ac.id <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><em><span style="font-family: 'Noto Sans', 'Noto Kufi Arabic', -apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, 'Segoe UI', Roboto, Oxygen-Sans, Ubuntu, Cantarell, 'Helvetica Neue', sans-serif;">This article discusses the extent to which Indonesia provides legal protection to prehistoric and historical object, especially shipwrecks, found within its national waters. It is known that Indonesia has not decide to ratify the UNESCO 2001 Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage (UNESCO 2001 Convention). Legal audit performed to existing national rules and regulations reveals that, legally wise, Indonesia has shown its commitment to ensure that underwater cultural heritage within its maritime zones enjoy protection. In addition, it may be argued that therefore Indonesia is not in a position having to ratify the UNESCO 2001 Convention soon.</span></em></p> </div> </div> </div> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/3780 PEMBERLAKUAN KETENTUAN PASAL 21 UNDANG-UNDANG NOMOR 30 TAHUN 2014 DALAM PENANGANAN KORUPSI 2021-01-21T11:20:39+07:00 Yohanes Sri Pudyatmoko pudy07@gmail.com Gregorius Aryadi aryadiuaj@gmail.com <p><em>This research departs from the author’s observation that Indonesian government officials are currently very wary and worried being criminally charged for corruption and at the same time brought before the administrative court for abuse of power. The main question here is whether the possibility of being brought before the Administrative Court may or may not have positive effect. The main finding, using a legal normative approach, is that the final decision on the issue, whether there is abuse of power or not, as decided by the Administrative Court, would be important in proving disproving, the corruption charge brought before the criminal court. </em></p> <p><em> </em></p> <p> </p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p> </p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4197 URGENSI AUTOPSI FORENSIK DAN IMPLIKASINYA DALAM TINDAK PIDANA PEMBUNUHAN 2021-09-26T11:54:08+07:00 Samsudi Samsudi samsudiborju.fh@unej.ac.id Y.A. Triana Ohoiwutun trianaohoiwutun@unej.ac.id Godeliva Ayudyana Suyudi godeliva98@gmail.com Widowati Widowati widowati.p4@gmail.com <p><em>The court does not always demand or require visum et repertum when examining homicide cases. Forensic autopsy may not be required at all by the criminal court when deciding that the accused is guilty of homicide as charged. The verdict may be reached based on other evidence. The author, using a juridical normative approach, concludes that the absence or presence of a visum et repertum does influence the judge’ consideration and matters to the final verdict. Considering that, regardless of the surviving family’s consent, in cases of unnatural death, forensic autopsy and the making of a visum et repertum should be mandatory.</em></p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4314 MITIGASI BENCANA PERKAWINAN ANAK SEBAGAI UPAYA MEWUJUDKAN KELUARGA SAKINAH: PERSPEKTIF FIKIH PERLINDUNGAN ANAK 2021-04-19T10:47:02+07:00 Muhammad Habibi Miftakhul Marwa habibi.marwa@law.uad.ac.id <p><em>Child marriage, in the final analysis, is denial of childrens basic right. The practice also violates the prevailing law which sets a statutory age limitation for both men and women to marry at 19 years. The author seeks to analyse this legal-societal issue from Islamic law perspective. The analysis starts from the general observation that to prevent future dissent-disolvement of marriages, both parties should consider “rusyd”, in other words, their own or potential partners psychological, biological, and socio-economic maturity. In addition, to prevent child marriage, attention should be given to basic values of benefit (al mashlalah), the general principle of affection (mawaddah wa rahmah) and fulfillment of needs (taufir al-hajat).</em></p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4336 IMPLIKASI YURIDIS TRANSFORMASI UNIT SYARIAH PERUSAHAAN ASURANSI/REASURANSI KE DALAM PERUSAHAAN ASURANSI/REASURANSI SYARIAH 2021-09-26T12:37:46+07:00 Khotibul Umam mr.khotib@gmail.com <p><em>In this article the author examines the juridical implications of transforming Units of Insurance/Reinsurance Company into Sharia Insurance/Reinsurance Company. It peruses two different models, the pure model, and the acquisition model. Both have its own strong and weak points. The pure models show its strongest point in being simpler about Sharia compliance. Its weakness, however, is the requirement of priory obtaining permit in principle and business permits. In contrast, the superiority of the acquisition model lies in its simplicity of licensing and conversion permits. Its disadvantage is in the complexity of contract conversion. Regarding assets and liabilities, strict adherence to the Sharia principles, voluntarisms, and avoidance of the mixing of halal and haram, is a pre-requisite</em></p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4215 MEKANISME LEGISLATIVE REVIEW PERATURAN PEMERINTAH PENGGANTI UNDANG-UNDANG DALAM PERSPEKTIF POLITIK HUKUM 2021-09-26T12:03:42+07:00 Muhammad Fadli Efendi fadliefendi650@gmail.com <p><em>With the issuance of Constitutional Court decision No. 138/PUU-VII/2009, a legal conflict arises between the Parliament and Constitutional Court, regarding which state institution possess the authority to review any Government Regulation in lieu of Law. Both institutions declared themselves to be having the sole authority to do just that. The author, using a juridical normative approach, suggest otherwise. In the auhtor’s opinion, it is the Parliament who should be regarded as having the sole authority. This said taking into consideration that – as soon as the emergency justifung the issuance of the government regulation in lieu of legislation ends – both the government and the parliament shall as soon as possible convene to determine whether this government regulation should be declared null and void or elevated to the status of Law.</em></p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4237 LEMBAGA TUNGGAL PENGELOLA REGULASI: DASAR PEMIKIRAN DAN TAWARAN IMPLEMENTASINYA DALAM KETATANEGARAN INDONESIA 2020-11-24T00:49:01+07:00 Rilo Pambudi. S rilov97@gmail.com Oksep Adhayanto adhayantooksep@yahoo.com Pery Rehendra Sucipta pery_rehendra@yahoo.com <p><em>In this article the author</em> <em>seeks to answer, within the context of the Indonesia state organizational system, why and how Indonesia should establish a single government authority entrusted with supervising the making of ministerial policy regulations or regional government regulations. To that purpose a comparison with other countries is conducted. It is a fact in Indonesia that regulatory powers or function is shared by and among different ministries and by regional governments. The result of which is the problem of sectoral approach and the existence of numerous overlapping and conflicting regulations. To overcome this problem, in consideration of best practices in other countries, the author suggests the establishment of a single government agency entrusted with, inter alia, previewing ministerial or regional government draft regulations.</em></p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4300 TANTANGAN DALAM PENYELENGGARAAN PELAYANAN PUBLIK YANG EFEKTIF PADA PANDEMI COVID 19 2021-04-19T10:09:34+07:00 Winsherly Tan winsherly@uib.ac.id <p><em>State or government affairs shall be conducted in accordance with the principles of good governance. This is considered a must in normal times and more so when the government have to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. This general obligation is also in line with the theory proposed by Muchsan about the welfare state and the government’s obligation to provide public services. But reality shows a different picture. The Indonesian government seems to fail in providing good and reliable services in health care, public transport, social assistance, economy, and security. One solution proposed is to appoint a person in charge of managing public complaints. The expectation is that this will empower the public, raise public awareness and increase government capacity to provide for public services.</em></p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4243 LEGALITAS PEMERIKSAAN SIDANG PERKARA PIDANA MELALUI MEDIA TELECONFERENCE DI MASA PANDEMI COVID-19 2020-11-20T11:10:35+07:00 Faisal Cahyadi faisalcahyadi15@gmail.com Hilda Restu Utami hildarestu15@gmail.com <p class="Default"><strong><em>Abstract</em></strong></p><p><em>The focus of this research is to identify regulations governing the implementation of criminal case trials using teleconference media in Indonesia and to analyze the legality of these trials during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research is a normative legal research. Legal materials are obtained through literature study and interviews with legal practitioners, then processed qualitatively. Based on the results, the author obtained two conclusions. First, regulation of criminal case trials using teleconference media in Indonesia has been regulating in several laws in Indonesia. Second, the implementation of the trial during the COVID-19 pandemic, which required the defendant to remain in prison, was contrary to the principle of the defendant's presence at trial as regulated by the Criminal Procedure Code. Besides, the legal-based in the form of a circular cannot override the Criminal Procedure Code. Meanwhile, the legal umbrella in the form of an agreement is not appropriate considering its dimensions are private and only bind the parties.</em></p><p><em> </em></p><p align="right"><strong><em>Keywords:</em></strong></p><p align="right"><em>criminal trials, teleconference, the COVID-19 pandemic<strong></strong></em></p><p class="Default"> </p><p><strong>Abstrak</strong></p><p>Fokus pembahasan penelitian ini adalah mengidentifikasi peraturan perundang-undangan yang mengatur pelaksanaan sidang <em>teleconference</em> di Indonesia dan menganalisis legalitas persidangan perkara pidana yang memanfaatkan media <em>teleconference</em> di masa pandemi COVID-19. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian hukum normatif. Bahan hukum diperoleh melalui studi kepustakaan dan wawancara dengan praktisi hukum yang kemudian diolah secara kualitatif. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian, Penulis memperoleh dua kesimpulan. Pertama, pemeriksaan sidang perkara pidana melalui media <em>teleconference</em> di Indonesia sudah diatur dalam beberapa peraturan perundang-undangan di Indonesia. Kedua, pelaksanaan persidangan tersebut di masa pandemi COVID-19 yang mengharuskan terdakwa tetap berada di Rutan/Lapas bertentangan dengan asas kehadiran terdakwa di persidangan sebagaimana diatur oleh KUHAP. Selain itu, payung hukum berupa surat edaran bukan merupakan peraturan perundang-undangan sehingga tidak dapat mengenyampingkan KUHAP. Sedangkan, payung hukum berupa perjanjian kerja sama tidaklah tepat mengingat dimensinya yang bersifat privat dan hanya mengikat para pihak.</p><p> </p><p align="right"><strong>Kata Kunci:</strong></p><p align="right">persidangan pidana, <em>teleconference</em>, pandemi COVID-19</p> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia https://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/veritas/article/view/4328 DAMPAK PANDEMI COVID-19 TERHADAP PERCERAIAN YANG DIAJUKAN OLEH PIHAK ISTERI DI INDONESIA 2021-09-26T12:31:14+07:00 Sonny Dewi Judiasih sonny@unpad.ac.id Elycia Feronia Salim intan_salim@yahoo.com <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><em>The protracted pandemic caused by Covid-19 pandemic apparently, as observed in several regions in Indonesia, caused a significant increase in number of divorces initiated by women. In this paper, the author seeks to analyse this socio-legal phenomenon in comparison to similar situation occuring in other countries. Using a juridical-sociological and comparative law approach, the author seeks to identify what factors determines the decision to file a divorce and to what extent the Pandemi, significantly impacting macro economic as well as family economics influence the existing divorce rate.</em></p> </div> </div> </div> 2021-12-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Veritas et Justitia