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Functions of the House of Representatives of the Regional (DPRD) Life in Making Democracy in The Region

Author(s):Hamza Baharuddin
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 43-46
Regional autonomy is a form of democracy in the context of the implementation of the State unitary (eenheidstaat). Regional autonomy is an organization of democratic life. The people through their representatives (DPRD), participate in local democratic governance. Parliament is a representative of the people who are legally and politically has a strong legitimacy to realize democracy in the region

Legal Analysis of Land Acquisition for Public Interest in South Sulawesi Province

Author(s):Abd. DP Azis
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 47-52
This study aims to analyze and determine the procurement of land for public purposes in accordance with the legal principles that apply, and analyze the substance of the legislation either on the validity Onteigeningsordonantie, Law no. 20 of 1961, No. Permendagri. 15 In 1975, Presidential Decree. 55 in 1993, and Presidential Decree No.. 36 of Presidential Decree No. 2005 jo. 65 of 2006. This study uses a normative juridical approach with secondary data as the primary data source supported by research and primary data. Determination of the sample based on purposive sampling method by the number of respondents of 100 respondents. The specifications of the study is a descriptive analysis, while the data collected was analyzed qualitatively.

Study of Oversight Functions Mechanism of the Legislature of Cross River State, Nigeria: Focus on Public Funds Appropriation and Usage

Author(s):C. C. Ikeji, Okpo --- Ojah, Paul. Utulu, Joseph I. Bah --- Emmanuel I. Akpan
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 1-10
This study focused on oversight functions mechanism of Cross River State legislature on public funds. Sample size of 900 was adopted for the purpose of the study. Stratified random sampling was used in the study. Stratification was done on the basis of geopolitical zone, political party affiliation and educational status of the respondents. 900 political party members evenly distributed (300 apiece) among the three leading political parties in the last general elections were used as respondents for the purpose of the study. Each respondent has at least an SSCE/WASC educational qualification. 300 respondents were interviewed in each of the geopolitical zones (i.e. South, Central and North). Two hypotheses were tested. Results showed that the political class themselves perceive the Cross River Legislature as not carrying out its oversight function over the state’s Fund Appropriation and usage significantly.

Euthanasia: Indian Socio-Legal Perspectives

Author(s):Sujata Pawar
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 11-19
The function of law in society is not only to follow or adapt itself to public opinion, but also to give a lead and mould public opinion. Socio-legal debate is an important component of the process of law reform. The questions whether the terminally ill, or others, should be free to seek assistance in taking their own lives, and if so, in what circumstances and subject to what safeguards, are of great social, ethical and religious significance. And there are widely differing beliefs and strong views of people in society. The concept of Euthanasia involves not only medical and ethical issues related to public health and palliative care but also has socio-economic dimensions. To analyze this concept fully and study the relevancy and adequacy of the legal norms vis-à-vis actual realities of public health and social norms in India the interdisciplinary approach is very essential. The basic aims of this paper is to explore the provisions related to euthanasia in various international and national public health systems and to analyze the constitutional and judicial trends concerning the right to euthanasia

Cyber Security: Rule of Use Internet Safely

Author(s):Maskun
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 20-24
Cyber security plays on important role to guarantee and protect people who use internet in their daily life. Some cases take place around the world that people get inconvenience condition when they access and use internet. Misuse of internet becomes a current issue which some cases take place including a university. Advantages of using internet in the university of course assist the student to get some information in internet. However, they have to be protected in order to feel convenience when use internet. This also is because get and access some information is right of people as governed by International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

Functions of the House of Representatives of the Regional (DPRD) Life in Making Democracy in the Region

Author(s):Hamza Baharuddin
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 25-28
Regional autonomy is a form of democracy in the context of the implementation of the State unitary (eenheidstaat). Regional autonomy is an organization of democratic life. The people through their representatives (DPRD), participate in local democratic governance. Parliament is a representative of the people who are legally and politically has a strong legitimacy to realize democracy in the region

Decentralization and Democratic Local Government in Cross River State, Nigeria: A Fact or Fallacy

Author(s):Ikeji, C. C --- Utulu, Paul.B --- Ojah,Okpo --- Akpan, Emmaunuel I --- Ibah, Joseph
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 1-8
This study focused on decentralization and democratic local government in Cross River State, Nigeria. Sample size of 900 was adopted for the purpose of the study. Stratified random sampling was used in the study. Stratification was done on the basis of geopolitical zone, political party affiliation and educational status of the respondents. 900 political party members evenly distributed (300 apiece) among the three leading political parties in the last general elections were used as respondents for the purpose of the study. Each respondent has at least an SSCE/WASC educational qualification. 300 respondents were interviewed in each of the geopolitical zones (i.e. South, Central and North). One hypothesis was tested. Results showed the political class themselves perceive the local government administration system in Cross River State as not effective and developmentfocused based on the provisions of the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria.

The Impact of Explanatory Decision of the Constitutional Court in Jordan

Author(s):Omar AL-Khataibeh
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 9-14
This study examines the subject of interpretative decision of the Constitutional Court through several legal axes, where the definition of what began interpretative decision, Through the provisions of the law, and then clarify the jurisdiction of the Constitutional Court controls the interpretation explaining the conditions that must be met in this decision for the interpretation of legislative texts, and then explained researcher interpretative nature of the decision and the formal nature of the decision. And among the topics that gained the attention of the researcher is the extent of the commitment of the authorities of the State interpretative decision of the constitutional judge explaining the point of view of the legislature and the judiciary in non-compliance with the resolutions and explanatory study time scale of these decisions. And, finally, Researcher talked about the limits of the binding force of decisions explanatory, the researcher relied on legislative texts and the prevailing legal materials in the Arab world in general and in Jordan in particular to illustrate the gap between them

Legal Aspects of Teaching Stress

Author(s):Safia Bashir Gandapur
Journal: Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization
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| Pages: 15-22
This paper aims to highlight the legal remedies available for stressed teachers. To create awareness between the administration and the teachers about the possibility of litigation in the court is discussed in detail. An understanding about the consequences of stress may enable the administration to estimate the foreseeable stress of teaching profession and thus avoid unnecessary cost of litigation in the court. Giving examples of a few successful cases of teachers, who suffered stress, filed lawsuits and received a compensation of lump sum amount as stress damages. The landmark victory cases may help the stress victims to develop the stable and strong footing of their cases. On the other hand the administration can minimize their losses by paying an in time attention to the teachers suffering from occupational stress.
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