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Judicial Review on Administrative Action: Reflection on the Bank Century Bailout Policy

By L. E. (Lily) Sitorus


Accountability is the key to good governance. In the global administrative law, every policy made should be accountable. The given law should be accessible for public. When global financial crisis happened, many countries didn\u27t have the necessary rules to solve the problem arised. In Indonesia, the decision from government to bailout century bank is controversial as of right now. The need of comprehensive law in related to economic, political and social factor should be considered. The law of Administrative Governance of Indonesia (UU No 30/2014) had provided the code of conduct for government action. The placement of discretion in one whole chapter can be seen in two ways side-the restriction of government action and protection for public rights. In practice, the implementation of such rule is not accessible as the formulation intended. Harmonization with the law of Administrative Courts in Indonesia (UU No 5/1986 jo UU No 9/2004 jo UU 51/2009) is still needed

Topics: Indonesia, accountability, administrative law, bailout policy, judicial review, discretion
Publisher: University of Indonesia
Year: 2016
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Provided by: Neliti
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