Rudi Natamiharja, Rudi Natamiharja and Rudy, Rudy and Chaidir, Ali (2020) Follow-up of Indonesian Legislation on the International Treaties. jambe, 3 (2). ISSN 2598-795X

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Development country is tends to put international law as the outer layer of legal certainty. For that country, the adoption of international law norms is important, so the international norms that have been agreed upon in international treaties can be internalized in each citizen. This paper seeks to map international treaties which followed by Indonesia from the law making treaty. The mapping was carried out on the ratification style by Indonesia against the law making treaty in the entire cargo or only part of it. Furthermore, the author seeks to examine the follow-up of legislation which made on international treaties as international law in the context of their adoption in national law. The research uses descriptive qualitative research methods by the socio legal approach. The results of this study show that during the 72 foreign relations that have been carried out by Indonesia, until 2019 the Indonesian Government has bound itself in 302 agreements. From the 302 treaties, only 61 international treaties were Law-Making Treaty and only UNCLOS 1982 followed up through Law No. 32 of 2014 concerning Marine.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Depositing User: RUDI NATAM
Date Deposited: 24 Nov 2020 08:32
Last Modified: 24 Nov 2020 08:32

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