STATE OF LAW, JUDICIAL POWERS, AND CONTROL OF JUDGE ETHICS

JAJA AHMAD JAYUS, JA (2020) STATE OF LAW, JUDICIAL POWERS, AND CONTROL OF JUDGE ETHICS. American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (AJHSSR), 4. pp. 59-66. ISSN 2378-703X

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Abstract

ABSTRACT : This research deals with the discussion of rule of law, judicial power, and monitoring of judge ethics. In general, it aims to analyze the relationship between the rule of law, judicial power, and the ethical supervision of judges. The problems analyzed are First, how is the judicial power in a rule of law. Second, what is the ideal Oversight model for the Judicial Commission. The research method used a normative legal research approach, with a focus on the study of legal norms by collecting secondary data and the nature of this research was prescriptive and the data analysis was descriptive qualitative. The research result shows that the power of the judiciary in a rule of law is one of the characteristics that exist in every democratic state system. Judicial power must be manifested in an independent power. The presence of the Judicial Commission is a necessity in a rule of law as part of checks and balances on judicial power. Its presence strengthens the rule of law. The form of supervision of the Judicial Commission must be able to be integrated both in the context of the internal structure of the institution, coordination and careful planning and involving stakeholders in society. KEYWORDS: rule of law, judge ethics, judiciary, judicial commission

Item Type: Article
Subjects: JOURNAL
Depositing User: Mr Hadiana -
Date Deposited: 04 Sep 2020 03:14
Last Modified: 04 Sep 2020 03:14
URI: http://repository.unpas.ac.id/id/eprint/48805

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