Ratio Legis Decision the Constitutional Court Number 122/Puu-Xiii/2015 Related Testing the Act of Number 39 2014 about Plantation

Atik Winanti, Yuliana Yuli W, Sulastri ., Satino .


Constitutional rights are inherent rights of every citizen to obtain protection, equality of position before the law, decent life, and welfare. With regard to earth, water and other natural wealth, it has been regulated in Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. Welfare can be realized by the treatment of government policies on the state of the country itself. Building a law is not an easy and or simple job as imagined, because good laws and regulations must meet the standards of justice, rule of law and utility in balance. In realizing one of the objectives of the Indonesian State Government, namely to realize public welfare, the government needs to develop the potential of natural wealth in Indonesia.

Keywords: Ratio Legis , Constitutional , Plantation

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/89-13

Publication date:September 30th 2019

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