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Pengendalian Kerusakan Lingkungan Akibat Aktivitas Pertambangan di Kecamatan Pasir Sakti

Purpose: This study aims to determine whether sand mining activities in Pasir Sakti District cause environmental damage and directly impact the community's life sector. There are over 1000 hectares of abandoned mining areas. The researcher is interested in examining problems, in this case, how efforts to control environmental damage caused by sand mining activities are progressing and what factors are impeding the implementation of environmental damage control. Research Methodology: This research takes an empirical normative approach to the problem. This is accomplished by describing and analyzing the results obtained from library data and field observations. Results: The findings indicated that a variety made efforts to implement control of parties, including the Environmental Service, the Police, and the community. Socialization of the community is needed in order to deter illegal mining and the resulting environmental damage. As a countermeasure, the imposition of administrative sanctions in government coercion through the control of illegal mining activities. Additionally, community involvement in rehabilitating and reforesting former mining areas contributes to recovery should be imposed. These parties' environmental damage control efforts have been less than optimal due to impeding factors such as a lack of institutional coordination or cooperation among the parties responsible for implementing the control and the absence of strict sanctions against illegal sand miners Contribution: The author proposes a review of existing control programs and increased enforcement efforts against illegal sand miners.
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Feri Andriawan, Muhammad Akib, Agus Triono

Problematika Konsep Diskresi dalam Penyelenggaraan Administrasi Pemerintahan pasca Undang-Undang Cipta Kerja

Purpose: The enactment of Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation has modified several provisions governing government administration, one of which concerns discretion. Discretion, defined as the freedom of action of government officials when acting or making decisions, is redefined in the Job Creation Law, as the previous definition was deemed to obstruct investment by defining discretion as limited discretion. The community criticizes discretion, but the Job Creation Law's discretion is due to the numerous problems associated with this concept. Research Methodology: The study's problem formulation is as follows: How is the concept of discretion applied to government administration following the Job Creation Act? What issues arise as a result of the Job Creation Act's change in the concept of discretion? This legal research employs a normative juridical research methodology that combines a statutory and conceptual approach to map the concept of discretion in the Law on Job Creation and the resulting problems. Results: The Employment Creation Act expanded the concept of discretion by eliminating discretionary requirements that are inconsistent with applicable laws and regulations, resulting in several issues, including the possibility of issuing unconstitutional discretion, discretion that is inconsistent with the AUPB, and a concept of discretion that is too broad, disproportionate to the supervision of discretionary officials.
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Nurmayani, Mery Farida

The Role of Lampung Provincial Government in Controlling Plastic Waste Disposal Land

Purpose: Plastic waste is a major threat to the environment, and the growing amount of plastic waste, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic that has been ravaging Indonesia since the beginning of 2020, has compelled the government to implement a variety of measures to rein in the surge in plastic waste, including paying close attention to land designated for plastic waste disposal. Since 2019, residents of Lampung Province have generated more than 7,000 tons of waste per day. To ascertain the Lampung Provincial government's role in controlling land for plastic waste disposal, it is necessary to conduct this study. Research Methodology: The research method used in this study is qualitative, and the data collection method is secondary. Results: It can be concluded that the Lampung Provincial government is continuing to work on developing a system for the management of plastic waste.
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Widya Krulinasari, Tia Mayang Tika

Hak-hak Konstitusional Anak terkait Penelantaran Akibat Perceraian

Children, both boys and girls, are considered state assets because they represent the nation's future generation. Children's development and growth require special consideration and protection on the part of parents, family, society, nation, and state. Children's constitutional rights are regulated in the 1945 Constitution, which guarantees the welfare of every citizen, including protection against violations of children's rights, which are considered human rights. Every child has the right to survival, growth, and development, as well as the right to be protected from violence and discrimination, as mandated by the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia; additionally, every child has the right to survival, growth, and development, as well as the right to be protected from violence and discrimination; The issue is why the constitutional rights of children who have been neglected as a result of divorce have not been fully complied with and what legal safeguards have the government implemented to reduce the number of child neglect victims.
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Yusnani Hasyimzum

The Implementation of Polluter Pays Principle in Indonesian Land Policy Regulation

Many lands are degraded; they are no longer productive, vital, damaged, or utilized and are instead overgrown with shrubs. The majority of the causes of this land degradation are irresponsible and arbitrary human actions. What is more perplexing is that these actors are not immediately punished for their actions but are instead allowed to roam freely outside. As a result, this research will discuss the accountability of land destroyers, which is based on one of the principles of international law, namely the “Polluter Pays Principle,” which requires an actor who is a land destroyer to be held accountable for all of his actions in an amount equal to the impact on the land itself. The application of the Polluter Pays Principle is hoped to improve the control and maintenance of land policy in Indonesia.
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Melly Aida, Ikhsan Setiawan