Urgency, Form of Law and Enforcement as well as the Subjects of State Policy.

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The MPR Study Board in collaboration with the Faculty of Law, University of Brawijaya Organizes a Focus Group Discussion with the theme “Urgency, Form of Law and Enforcement as well as the Subjects of State Policy.” Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at Swissbel Hotel, Malang City. The head of the event was Arif Zainudin, S.H., M.H as an academic of the Department of State Law (HTN) FHUB.

The program consisted of two sessions, the first session starting with an introduction to discussion by Members of the Indonesian MPR Review Board with the expectation of being able to get input on changes and what must be maintained and the urgency of changes and to what extent GBHN exists.

Present as a guest speaker, Dr. Indah Dwi Qurbani, S.H., M.H. as the head of the HTN Department delivered the material on (Interpreting and Restoring State Guidelines of the GBHN Model in Indonesia), the Authority of the MPR with the relationship of the main substance of the GBHN. There is criticism of the national development system that is a very important thing to discuss about the direction of the country’s development.

Dr. Nuruddin Hady S.H, M.H As an academic of the University of Muhammadiyah Malang delivered material about (Urgency, Legal Forms and Enforcement, and the Substance of State Policy) and the Construction of a unitary State building were the basis for solving national problems. The urgency of the existence of the GBHN but not back in the past which is to create a strong, democratic country and favor human rights through the MPR.

Dr. Riana Susmayanti S.H, M.H As FHUB Academics deliver material on (Normalization of State Policy Basics) The normalization of State policy is based on the systematics of national development planning which is broken down to the smallest substance.

The conclusion in the first session is the need to revive the GBHN with new innovations, with criticism of the previous GBHN, there needs to be attention to the philosophical side of the building of a unitary state, and to pay attention to the still paradigmatic weaknesses of the Constitution, besides that functionally the MPR is still the highest state institution, then formally it has been formally arranged in full with implementation problems.

Next was the second session introducing discussion by the Chairperson of the Indonesian MPR Review Board. It is expected to be able to get input on the development planning system and the ideal form of a change and the extent of the existence of GBHN.Present as a guest speaker, Dr. Sulardi S.H, M.Si As an Academic of Faculty of Law University of Muhammadiyah Malang delivered material on (Looking for Alternatives Presenting GBHN) Amendments to the Constitution making the MPR equivalent to other State institutions, which caused a lot of debate. In this case as a State institution authorized to form the GBHN, this has existed since before independence, although not in the same name and form. Dr. Adi Kusumaningrum S.H, M.H As FHUB academics deliver material on (GBHN and National Interests in Foreign Relations) National interests in foreign relations manifested in the Constitution as part of the country’s goals that can be achieved through the GBHN. Muhammad Dahlan S.H, M.H As FHUB Academics deliver material about (Amendments to the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia and the Urgency of Establishment of State Policy Principles) Appropriate legal form to apply the GBHN and its implications. And that each bill in Prolegnas and Prolegda is not based on scientific research that conveys the real urgency of this because there is no grand design that plans a substantially clear national development.

The conclusion in the second session is the Urgency of GBHN as sustainability and synchronization as the State’s goal. The urgency of adding GBHN to the achievement of the State’s goals and the inconsistency of national development. (AZL)