The Urgency of the Supervisory Board of the Corruption Eradication Commission: An Analytical Study of Law Number 19 of 2019 concerning the Corruption Eradication Commission

Muhamad Adon Ramdoni, A Salman Maggalatung


The purpose of this study is to assess the urgency of establishing the Corruption Eradication Commission's Supervisory Board. While this research employs a normative juridical approach, which refers to the legal standards found in law and court rulings. Secondary data sources include primary legal papers, such as the 1945 Constitution and Law No. 19 of 2019 establishing the Corruption Crime Commission, as well as secondary materials such as journals, essays, and other scientific works relevant to the writer's research. Meanwhile, the data analysis took a legal approach and incorporated expert comments regarding the efficacy of the Corruption Eradication Commission Supervisory Board's existence. The findings of this study reveal that the elements that influenced the development of the Corruption Eradication Commission's Supervisory Board include the need to check and balance instruments, as well as to minimize power abuse and the super body of the Corruption Eradication Commission. The haste with which the Corruption Eradication Commission's Supervisory Board is established is ineffective and actually inhibits and limits the Corruption Eradication Commission's progress toward implementing Corruption Eradication;


Urgency; Supervisory Board; Corruption Eradication Commission

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