Understanding the UUD 1945 in the Reality of Indonesia Public Law

Sulardi .


A constitution not only consist of the basic rule  or grand norm of a country, but also  of the rules of  the game for any socio-political activities   serving as a way of life of a nation to build the country. Principally, a state constitution is used to limit the power of the government and to assure  the people’s political rights. In this case, the government power (executive)  should be in a good balance with the parliament power that represents  the people (legislative) and other state powers. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the values of the constitution completely and holistically, so that the people may reconstruct and analyze the whole content of the constitution. But it is still inadequate to take some indications of the sources of values. In fact, the practice of analyzing  the content of the  UUD 1945 turns out being mostly influenced by not merely the sound of  the written text but also by its implied meaning.

Keywords : UUD 1945 (Indonesia Constitution), the reality of Indonesia Public Law, the content analysis of the UUD 1945.

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