Published: September 19, 2019

The Pernicious Consequences Of Political Corruption In Indonesia

Febri Handayani (1)
(1) Faculty of Sharia and Law, Islamic State University of Syarif Kasim, Riau
1-20
341

Review Of Indonesian Constitutional Court Decision Number 21-22/PUU-V/2007 Based On The Inclusive Legal Theory

Muhammad Darwis (1)
(1) Faculty of Sharia and Law, Islamic State University of Syarif Kasim, Riau
21-36
287

Reconceptualizing Consumer Contracts In The Philosophical Perspective Of Pancasila

Retna Gumanti (1)
(1) Faculty Sharia, Islamic State Institute of Sultan Amai, Gorontalo
37-57
295

The Effectiveness Of Administrative Review In Indonesia’S Administrative Court System

Umar Dani (1)
(1) Doctorate Student, Doctoral Study Program in Law, Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta
58-74
303

Expanding Access To Justice Through E-Court In Indonesia

Kukuh Santiadi (1)
(1) Administrative Judge, State Administrative Court of Jakarta
75-89
696

Legal Review Of Indefinite Revocation Of The Political Right To Hold Public Office Against Corruption Convicts

Fira Mubayyinah (1)
(1) Faculty Sharia, the Islamic Religious College of Al- Hikmah Tuban
90-107
280

Acknowledgement

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Index

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