HAK REMISI TERPIDANA KORUPSI DALAM PERSPEKTIF PEMIDANAAN INTEGRATIF BERDASARKAN PANCASILA

  • Warih Anjari
Keywords: corruption, remission rights, integrative punishment

Abstract

Eradicating corruption is one of the goals in developing Indonesia. As an extraordinary crime, enforcement can be extraordinary. However, this enforcement should not cause violations and victims for prisoners. One of them is the granting of remission rights to corruption inmates. The purpose of this paper is to: analyze the granting of remission rights of convicted corruption related to prisoners rights, and analyze the implementation of the remission rights of convicted corruptors who do not violate the rights of the convicted in an integrative criminal perspective based on Pancasila. The method used is a normative juridical research method with a legislative approach. Secondary data is used with qualitative descriptive analysis and systematic interpretation. It can be concluded that remission rights are not human rights but the remission requirements stipulated in Article 34 A paragraph (1) PP No. 99 of 2012 result in different treatment between corruption inmates and other inmates. This violates Article 27 paragraph (1) and Article 28 I paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution. Revocation of remission rights of convicts of corruption is integrated in additional criminal.
Published
2019-08-21
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