Property Criminal Law as an Alternative Law in Eradication of Corruption in Indonesia

Chairuddin Ismail


Corruption is one of the crucial problems in Indonesia until recently. Various efforts of the enactment of criminal law in eradicating corruption in Indonesia have been conducted since 1957. Various penal laws have been adopted, so as the establishment of entities or actors of law enforcement agencies. But it is still without satisfied results.  This phenomena is assumed by the fact that classic criminal law is plagued by the problems of formulating the act of criminalization of corruption  as well as the high standard of proof in the court, in addition to the difficulty of recovery  of loss assets proceeds of  the crime. This paper would like to discuss the alternative legal policy of a more effective criminal law which is based on the benefit to the welfare of the people in Indonesia, through out the criminal law concept of penal property which is suspected of originating from criminal offenses.

Keywords: China insurance industry, foreign fund, Challenge

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