The existence and urgency of administrative efforts in the administrative justice and regulationDownload This Article
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One of the elements in a legal state is the separation or division of power (machtenscheiding), in the sense that each state institution is formed with separate functions and powers or is divided independently and does not interfere with each other (van der Burg et al., 1985). One of the characteristics of the concept of the welfare state is the government’s obligation to seek the general welfare, or bestuurszorg (Utrecht, 1985). Along with the government’s obligation to strive for the welfare of the community, the goal is that the government not only implements the legal provisions that have been made by the legislature but is also attached with authority to make laws and regulations, especially in the form of implementing regulations, policy regulations, and various decisions. The method used in this research is to use a descriptive-analytical approach, which is used to examine the provisions of the relevant legislation and literature. In accordance with the doctrine of Administrative Law, administrative efforts are part of the government’s task. The importance of administrative efforts, among others, lies in their complete examination, which includes policy and legal aspects and can immediately change, correct, or even revoke disputed decisions.
Keywords: Judges, Administrative Efforts, Administrative Justice System, Indonesia
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JEL Classification: K2, K4, K24, R5
Published online: 28.04.2023
How to cite this paper: Ridwan, R. (2023). The existence and urgency of administrative efforts in the administrative justice and regulation. Journal of Governance & Regulation, 12(2), 84–91. https://doi.org/10.22495/jgrv12i2art8