Updating Criminal Law in Civilized Law Enforcement and Social Justice

  • Murshal Senjaya Universitas Pasundan, Bandung, Indonesia
Keywords: Legal Reform, Law Enforcement, Civilized and Just.

Abstract

In essence, criminal law reform is a process of reviewing and reforming (reorienting and reforming) criminal law in accordance with the central principles of Indonesian societies socio-political, socio-philosophical, and socio-cultural values. Law enforcers can realize justice and a civilization that is not weak. This means that the aim of the Indonesian people is justice and a culture that is not passive. It needs straightening and vigorous law enforcement in irregularities because justice must be realized in everyday life.

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Published
2021-04-22
How to Cite
Senjaya, M. (2021). Updating Criminal Law in Civilized Law Enforcement and Social Justice. International Journal of Science and Society, 3(2), 39-46. https://doi.org/10.200609/ijsoc.v3i2.315