The Authority of Administrative Justice as the Executor of Judicial Authority

Syofyan Hadi, Sudarsono Sudarsono, Istislam Istislam, Moh. Fadli


The existence of Administrative Court is very closely related to the rule of law.  Administrative justice has a role to uphold the principle of legal protection for the people through repressive supervision of government actions. For this reason, the main authority of the Administrative Court is to hear, examine and decide government disputes. This authority has increased since the enactment of No.30 of 2014 namely authorized to adjudicate whether or not there is an element of abuse of authority, requests for positive fictitious decisions/actions, and lawsuits against unlawful acts by the government.


Authority; Administrative Justice; Government Disputes; Legal Protection

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