Synchronization of Pancasila Values in Law Number 8 of 2016 concerning Persons with Disabilities

Enzus Tinianus, Suhaimi Suhaimi, Roslaini Ramli, Ilyas Ismail, Abdurrahman Abdurrahman


For the Indonesian people, Pancasila is the state ideology as a vision or direction of the life of the nation and state.  Pancasila is also the source of all applicable laws in Indonesia, where Pancasila is domiciled as the legal ideology of Indonesia. Thus all legal products must be based on the values and principles of Pancasila, and do not conflict with the precepts contained in Pancasila as the nation's ideology. One of the legal products in Indonesia includes Law Number 8 of 2016. So that there is a need for an in-depth study of the material regulated in Law Number 8 of 2016, so that it is clear that the material contained in it is contrary to or not with the values contained in the five precepts of Pancasila.


Synchronization; Pancasila; Persons with Disabilities

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