Paradigm for Conditional Liberation Prisoners in Perspective Civil Rights

M. Syaripuddin Hazri


The existence of a tightening of the rules after the issuance of Government Regulation No. 99 of 2012 on the Terms and Procedures for the Implementation of Rights of Correctional Residents has resulted in differences in the requirements and treatment in the granting of parole relief for prisoners. The legal issues presented in this paper include what makes the difference in the granting of parole for prisoners under Regulation 99 of 2012 and how to apply the rights of prisoners, from a human rights perspective. This study is a normative legal research and law empirical study that examines the legal norms and empirically examines paradigms of parole for prisoners. The approach used is the approach of legislation, conceptual approach and sociological approach. The technique of collecting legal materials is done through literature study and Conclusions drawn deductively. The results of this study conclude that there are indeed differences in the granting of parole for prisoners, both in terms of the terms and implementation. Suggestion that the Government Regulation No. Immediately 99 of 2012 is revised so that there is no difference in the treatment of prisoners Because it is clear that in Law No. 12 of 1995 on Corrections stated that there should be no difference in the treatment of prisoners.

Keywords: Paradigm, Parole, Prisoners

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