ISSN 2409-5834

A Preliminary Look at the New Kuhp in The Light of Indonesian Criminal Law Pluralism

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Ahmad Jamaludin , Dodi Suhendar , Ading Yahya , Dani Romadhon , Mella Maylani


The ratification of the New Criminal Code actually has a significant impact, as it emphasizes the strengthening of legal pluralism in the field of criminal law. This can be seen from the recognition of customary criminal law as a valid law in addition to the national criminal law. The purpose of this study is to analyze the consequences of the formulation of Article 2 of the New Criminal Code related to the practice of criminal law pluralism in Indonesia, as well as the future orientation of Article 2 of the New Criminal Code in strengthening the diversity of Indonesian society in the context of criminal law. The research method used is normative legal research using legal concepts and approaches.

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