Validity Issues in Government Acts Administrative Law in Indonesia

Suriansyah Murhaini


In a state in law, any government action should be based on law. It is based on the universal principles in the administration of the State, namely the principle wetmatigheid van bestuur or legality. This principle specifies that the absence of the basis of authority granted by a legislation in force, government action was illegal. The source of all these actions is legal, especially the written law. Meaning that all the actions of government officials should be sourced from there. Reflection that the government will not have the authority to run the government, without any legality in accordance with actions. In this connection, the principle of legality is a basis for action to realize the harmonious acts of government by law. In this dimension meeting between understanding the rule of law and understand the sovereignty of the people based on the principles of honesty and certainty, which is protected by the constitution. That the measuring instrument consists of the administration follow the rules of law or the rules of written law and the general principles of good administration, or principle of common principles of proper administration. In normative it is regulated in Law. As the substance, there is the principle that b ersifat morality, as its size and it is an unwritten rule of law. In fact, for the legislation as written law rule most still sectoral and overall have not been codified.

Keywords: Validity of Acts of Government, State Administration Law, State Law Indonesia

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