Criminal Sanction of Social Work in the Corruption Case in Indonesia

Chandra Tirta, Sudarsono ., Masruchin Ruba’i, Nurini Aprilianda


Corruption in Indonesia is so severe, like a disease that has eaten its own body. Many state administrators in the realm of executive, legislative and even judiciary are involved in corruption. So far, the punishment of corruptors uses the type of imprisonment sanctions, although there are provisions for capital punishment for corruptors, but these sanctions have never been used. Both of these sanctions are only oriented to legal certainty, namely right or wrong, while the other side about arousing shame as part of social sanctions has not been institutionalized as a criminal law objective, especially for corruptors. In fact, there are instruments of criminal sanctions of social work that can be institutionalized in the revision of the Corruption Eradication Act in Indonesia. Because the nature of criminal sanction of social work is not part of imprisonment, thus this research supports the legislature to give attribution authority to the Ministry of Social Affairs to organize it.

Keywords: Corruption, Criminal, Work, Social

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