Eksistensi Komisi Negara dalam Sistem Ketatanegaraan Republik Indonesia (Studi terhadap Komisi Perlindungan Anak Indonesia)

Muhammad Fauzan
Journal article Jurnal Media Hukum • Desember 2010 Indonesia

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(Bahasa Indonesia, 15 pages)


The presence of the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI) is required in the constitutional system of Indonesia. The existence and the status of this commission should be reiterated in the constitutional system of the Republic of Indonesia. This commission is not a state institution governed by the 1945 Constitution, but only an institution governed by law and presidential decree. KPAI does not have equal status with the institutions that directly receive the constitutional authority; it is established to support the government´s performance in the field of human rights especially those related to child protection issues. KPAI is an independent state institution and, therefore, not included among state institutions which are governed by the 1945 Constitution. The KPAI members are appointed and dismissed by the President after obtaining a consideration from the House of Representatives of Republic of Indonesia, for a term of three years and can be reappointed for one term. Thus, KPAI is responsible to the President. KPAI is regulated in Indonesian legislation as an institution established by order of Law No. 23 of 2002 on Child Protection which is then translated at the Presidential Decree. 77 of 2003 on the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI).Key words : KPAI, Children Protection, Human rights


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