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Extradition as an Effort to Restore Corruption Perpetrators Who Escape Abroad

Yustitianingtyas, Levina and Prakasa, Satria Unggul Wicaksana and Purwo, Al-Qodar and Supriyo, Agus and Babussalam, Basuki (2020) Extradition as an Effort to Restore Corruption Perpetrators Who Escape Abroad. TEST : Engineering & Management, 83. pp. 11908-11918. ISSN 0193-4120

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        Abstract

        Corruption is one of the transnational crimes which is still a concern of the international community,to fight corruption,the majority of countries have agreed to prevent and eradicate it by holding international cooperation in various forums.Indonesia follows the development of the prevention of corruption by joining international agencies or organizations and has signed several international anti-corruption conventions,such as the United Nations Convention Against Corruption,which is then called UNCAC and finally ratified and enacted by Law Number 7 of 2006 by Indonesia and G-20 (Working Group on Against Corruption - WGAC). One way or an effort for countries to prevent including eradicating criminal acts of corruption is by entering into an Extradition treaty or an agreement to mutually commit criminals.In Indonesian law there are several state institutions that are appointed as the Central Authority in the implementation of extradition.The writing of this law examines the issue of the extent to which the performance of the institution appointed as the Central Authority in the implementation of extradition related to corruption cases in which the perpetrators of Indonesian citizenship flee abroad ======================================== Korupsi merupakan salah satu kejahatan transnasional yang masih menjadi perhatian masyarakat komunitas internasional, untuk memerangi korupsi, mayoritas negara telah sepakat untuk mencegah dan memberantasnya dengan mengadakan international kerjasama di berbagai forum. Indonesia mengikuti perkembangan pencegahan korupsi dengan bergabung dengan badan atau organisasi internasional dan telah menandatangani beberapa konvensi anti korupsi internasional, seperti: Konvensi PBB Melawan Korupsi, yang kemudian disebut UNCAC dan akhirnya diratifikasi dan diundangkan dengan Undang-Undang Nomor 7 Tahun 2006 oleh Indonesia dan G-20 (Working Group on Against Corruption - WGAC).Salah satu cara atau upaya negara untuk mencegah termasuk memberantas tindak pidana korupsi adalah dengan mengadakan perjanjian ekstradisi atau kesepakatan untuk saling melakukan tindak pidana.Dalam hukum Indonesia ada beberapa lembaga negara yang diangkat sebagai Otoritas Pusat dalam pelaksanaan ekstradisi. Penulisan undang-undang ini membahas masalah sejauh mana kinerja lembaga yang ditunjuk sebagai Kewenangan Pusat dalam pelaksanaan ekstradisi terkait dengan kasus korupsi dimana pelaku WNI melarikan diri di luar negeri.

        Item Type: Article
        Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
        Divisions: Jurnal > Fakultas Hukum
        Depositing User: Basuki Babussalam Basuki
        Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2021 10:48
        Last Modified: 27 Sep 2021 10:48
        URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/5396

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