Corpus ID: 229273137

Indonesian Constitutional Amendment in 4.0 Era: Main Challenges and Future Prospect

@article{Wantu2020IndonesianCA,
  title={Indonesian Constitutional Amendment in 4.0 Era: Main Challenges and Future Prospect},
  author={Fence M. Wantu and N. Nggilu and Ramdhan Kasim and Lisnawaty W. Badu},
  journal={Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues},
  year={2020}
}
Indonesian constitutional amendment that occurred in 1999-2002 had blind spots, especially in terms of the process, low public participation, especially when compared to countries that made constitutional amendments in the regime transition, an important reminder to revise in the momentum of the Fifth Amendment to the Indonesian constitution. This article aims to define the constitutional amendment process that relies on democratic principles requiring public participation in the amendment… Expand

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