Strengthening Presidentialism in Indonesia After the Amendment to the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia

Authors : Damrah Mamang; Hamdan Zoelva

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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Constitutional discourses and debates since the constituent assembly by the nation's leaders and founders, until now in scientific forums about and around what kind of state government system is more appropriate and effective for the design of Indonesia's constitutional structure are still emerging, and are always attractive both in academic dialectics as well as public discourse. The formulation of the problem is how is the arrangement of the concept that forms the basis of the presidency in Indonesia in the constitution and statutory regulations. This research is included in the field of legal research based on the literature study, and analyzed qualitatively. Indonesian Presidentialism or presidential system, is none other than a system of state government that is held or led by a President who is more dominant in a government directly elected by the people through elections. This also applies to Indonesian Presidentialism which is based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia as the fundamental state norm of the Indonesian nation – and is based on constitutional supremacy.

Keywords : Constitution; Government; Indonesia; Pancasila Presidentialism;


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