Tinjauan Rancangan Undang-Undang Keamanan Nasional Indonesia Dalam Perspektif Menghadapi Masa Depan: Review of the Indonesia National Security Bill in Perspective of Facing Future Threats

wempy pasaribu, M. Mossadeq Bahri, Margaretha Hanita, A. Hanief Saha Ghafur

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A large country like Indonesia should have a law on national security,
as a basis for law enforcement and national security stability. Views
about concerns about military domination or civilian fear of the abuse of
authority by the articles of the National Security Law by the Police, it is
time to eliminate them with the formulation of firm and precise articles in
the National Security Bill and authorization of prosecution. It is time to
emphasize the use of the words ‘leading sector’ with the term involvement
and taking over authority in dealing with escalating threats that endanger
National Security (Kamnas) and state sovereignty. Every potential threat,
both from outside and from within the country, should be seen as a serious
threat and handled together for the sake of the integrity and stability of the
country’s security. It is time to determine the rules of engagement in each
escalation of threats, and the authority of the agencies involved, as well as
the authorization of officials who have the right to determine the escalation
and involvement of agencies
Original languageIndonesian
Article number1
Pages (from-to)155-180
Number of pages25
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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