Constitutional Authority of the President of Establishing the Government Regulation in Lieu of Legislation (PERPPU) State of Emergency

Siti Marwiyah, Sudarsono ., Isrok ., Jazim Hamidi


President in carrying out its duties and authority is limited to the power that has been given by the giver of sovereignty, i.e. the people. As a recipient of the sovereignty of the people is lined by law to keep it out of duty and authority limits. President perform its functions in accordance with the duties and powers granted by the Constitution NRI 1945 "In matters of urgency that forces, the President has the right set of government regulations in lieu of law". Under these provisions, the President is the highest authority in the event of a crunch that forced matters in the State Indonesia. In carrying out these obligation, the President does not need prior approval of the House of Representatives with the aim that it can quickly take appropriate action to address the emergency state (matters of urgency that forces)

Keywords: Constitutional obligation, President, PERPPU, Emergency State

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