Progressive Criminal Law Politics Towards Corruption Eradication Strategies: Supply Chain Perspective

  • Mokhammad Najih


The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between dignity value, humanity value and unity value and corruption eradication strategies with the mediation effect of supply chain ISS. The idea of the criminal law renewal has been conducted for almost 35 years and some concepts of the national criminal code born with its dynamic development are greatly appealing to study.   A desire to make a better criminal law happen and to be able to satisfy the people’s aspirations is an ideal criminal law politics. The national criminal law should possess characteristics which are original, authentic and typical for Indonesia covering customary laws, value and belief systems, special characteristics of a modern state and international values.Therefore, Pancasila (Five Basic Principles) as the source for all legal sources, that has not been given an adequate attention, should be used as the basis forthe paradigm of the criminal law renewal.  At least, Pancasila should own some major principles that must be implemented in all formulations of criminal law regulations.  The principles are among others those based on the sources of the values of religion (Divinity/Ilahiyah), humanism, unity and peace, democracy and the values of social justice. As a result, an Indonesian criminal law  should own  a value system with the basis of Pancasila either in the formulation of its legal norm (addreaat norm), types of acts regulated (straatbar), the forms of the threat of punishment/sanctions (straafmaat), or in the aspects of the regulation and the implementation of its legal enforcement (its formal law).