Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Corruption

Anti-Corruption Education For Sunday School Children As A Form Of A Non-Penal Policy To Eradicate Corruption

Yanti Amelia Lewerissa; Nancy Silvana Haliwela; Lusy. K. F. R. Gerungan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 890-895

Anti-corruption education for Sunday school children is a form of non-penal policy to eradicate corruption. The purpose of this study was to analyze how the form of non-penal policies to eradicate corruption committed through formal church education, namely Sunday school by instilling anti-corruption values in Sunday school children (ASM). The research method used is normative juridical research using a conceptual approach and a statutory approach. The data collection technique used was literature study and then analyzed qualitatively. The results showed that religious institutions through Sunday School Teachers (GSM) can play a role in tackling corruption through character education that contains anti-corruption values which are taught to Sunday school children every time they go to church. Anti-corruption values such as honesty, justice, discipline, responsibility, hard work, courage, independence, simplicity and care can be clearly explained to children through the method of telling stories about Bible characters, playing and singing together. By introducing and instilling anti-corruption values from the start to children, especially Sunday school children, through religious messages conveyed by GSM, children are expected to have anti-corruption characters from an early age so that they can form individuals with anti-corruption characteristics and high integrity.

Policy Update Of The Criminal Sanction Formulation For Corporations In Corruption Case

Muhamad Mahrus Setia Wijaksa; Fatma Ulfatun Najicha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1832-1839

The regulation of corporations as subjects of criminal acts in the Indonesian legal system has basically been formulated explicitly in laws that are specific to those outside the Criminal Code (WvS), one of which is the Corruption Eradication Act. This research is a doctrinal research with a statute approach and supported by a comparative approach. The conclusion of this study shows that the policy of formulating criminal sanctions for corporations in corruption cases at this time is in the form of a fine as a principal crime, while additional crimes are in the form of: (1) Confiscation of goods resulting from corruption (2) Payment of replacement money (3) Closing of all or part of the company (4) Revocation of all / part of certain rights or certain advantages. As for reforming the formulation of criminal sanctions policy for the future, it can be carried out by making additional penalties for corporations in corruption cases a principal crime, so that the main criminal sanctions for corporations are more varied.

Anti-Corruption Agency and Anti-Corruption Examination of normative legal acts: Compar-ative Analysis

Ulugbek Aloev; Qunduz Rozimova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6364-6368

This article analyzes the role of the Anti-Corruption Agency in the implementa-tion of anti-corruption expertise of regulations based on the experience of some foreign countries. Based on the analysis of national and foreign legislation, proposals and recom-mendations have been developed to improve the anti-corruption expertise of regulations.

Legal Policy Of Gratification Crime: Insight Of Anti Corruption Initiatives In Indonesia

Hendra Karianga; Irwansyah .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 1147-1156

Corruption is increas
ingly widespread in society, its development continues to increase
both in cases and State’s financial losses and in terms of the quality of criminal acts
committed more systematically and its scope that enters all aspects of peoples’ lives . The
research i s a juridical normative research by using statute, case, historical, comparative
and conceptual approaches. The processing and analysis of legal materials was aimed to
find pragmatic truth and/or coherence. The results show that the essence of the
gratific ation arrangement in the Corruption Acts is to eliminate the sense of injustice for
the corruptor, in terms of the value of corruption with a relatively small amount. Even
though the value of corruption is large or small, the act is still corruption. If re viewed
normatively, gratification has the meaning of giving in the broadest sense, both received at
home and abroad and that conducted by using electronic or without electronic. Whereas,
bribery has a narrower meaning because the intention of the bribe giv er and receiver is
clear and contains unlawful act. The improvement of criminal law policy plan on
gratification offenses needs to be done so that the criminalization of gratification can be
more comprehensive so that the Corruption Acts becomes a practica l and effective
legislation to eradicate corruption