Proceedings of the International Conference For Democracy and National Resilience (ICDNR 2021)

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Law Reform as the Part of National Resilience: Discovering Hindu and Pancasila Values in Indonesia’s Legal Development Plan

I Gede Yusa, Bagus Hermanto, Ni Ketut Ardani
The Indonesian legal system encountered several challenges due to corruption, inherited colonial compendiums/codifications, ineffective and inefficient arrangements, and a complex bureaucratic structure that occasionally contradicted the Pancasila, the 1945 Constitution, and common legal requirements....
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Policy Formulation Concerning Accelerate Development of Electric Motor Vehicles

Dyah Trihandini
The number of countries that have developed in terms of technology encourages the acceleration of innovation in the field of transportation. The development of innovation and technology in the vehicle sector creates an environmentally friendly electric-fueled vehicle. Electric vehicles can save the Earth’s...
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Correlation of Increasing Public Health Status with the Use of Electric Vehicles

Nita Ariani Safitri
Climate change that occurs is caused by global warming. The impacts of climate change can be direct and indirect and can be felt by all countries in the world. Climate change can have an impact on changes in human health due to uncontrolled pollution. Efforts are needed to overcome health problems due...
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Tax Policy of Electric-Based Vehicles to Realize Human Rights for a Good Environment in Indonesia

Rahayu Subekti, Fida Nisrina Iftinani, Icha Rahmawati
This article was intended to find out the policy of taxation of electric-based vehicles to realize human rights related to a good environment. This policy is carried out to reduce emissions, so that the principle of state responsibility for the right to the environment can be fulfilled. The research...
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Legal Protection of Copyright and Patent Architectural Rights of Electrical Vehicles Battery Against Human Rights in Indonesia

Rahayu Subekti, Hadhika Afghani Imansyah, Mariano Adhyka Susetyo
This study was carried out to ascertain the type of intellectual property legal protection in terms of copyright and patent rights for architectural creators and inventions of electric vehicle battery technology based on Law Number 28 of 2014, Law Number 13 of 2016, and other regulations. The research...
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Mandatory Aspect to be Considered in Preparing BEV Policy: Judging from the Evaluation of the Policy Three-in-One Policy and the Odd-Even System by the DKI Jakarta Government

Erna Yuliandari, L Padmarini
One of the functions and the government’s authority is to pull an arrangement by making decisions. These decisions then become rules that must be obeyed by every citizen. This policy aims as an attempt to resolve a societal problem. The DKI Jakarta Government has implemented various programs for air...
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Electric Vehicle Policy Based on Juridical Foundation to Realize Environmental Resilience in Indonesia

Erna Yuliandari, Lionie Natasha Violie
The rapid advancement of technology affects the increasing number of industrial developments and transportation facilities, in line with the increase, followed by the number of fuel users, especially fuel oil (BBM). With increased fuel oil users, especially fuel from fossil fuels, there are an increase...
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Legal Politics of Electric Vehicle Development in Indonesia

Moch. Syafrudin Dwi Sapto Laxamanahady, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
The present article entitled “Legal Politics of Electric Vehicle Development in Indonesia” elaborates the issue of air pollution escalation in Indonesia due to the increasing amount of motor vehicle exhaust emission. This issue becomes urgent for air pollution plays a significant role to people’s health...
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Solar-Based Electric Vehicle Charging: Analysis of Conception and Regulation in Indonesia

Sunny Ummul Firdaus, Muhamad Alief Hidayat, Anugrah Muhtarom Pratama, Khaisya Refaya Vidzal
This research aims to elaborate on the problem of increasing air pollution due to motor vehicle exhaust emissions in Indonesia. These exhaust emissions are caused by the use of fossil fuels, where the majority of motor vehicles used are still conventional. This problem gives rise to the innovation of...
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The Urgency of Using Electric Vehicles and Creating an Adequate Legal Ecosystem

Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Sahid Yudhakusuma Kalpikajati
For centuries, fossil-fuel vehicles have been human’s dearest friend. It all began on early 20th century when fossil fuel started to activate human’s machines and transportation system, as well as human’s activities. It can’t be denied that fossil fuel gave so much easiness. But then, in the other side...
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Reduced Air Pollution with Electrified Vehicles for Fulfilling Children’s Health Right in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

David Anggara Putra
Rapid industrial growth is followed by environmental problems in soil, air and water, especially in developing countries. Extensive air pollution caused by vehicle exhausts combined with industrial emissions. Air pollution is a significant challenge to the stability of the earth’s systems, spurring global...
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Government Policy in the Development of Electric Motor Vehicle Technology for an Environmental Friendly Transportation

Andina Elok Puri Maharani, Alvinia Khotimatul Husna Sutopo
This paper examines government policies in the development of electric motor vehicle technology to realize environmentally friendly transportation. Electric vehicles based on new technology that can reduce carbon emissions. It is considered to support the contribution to the increase of greenhouse gases...
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Observing the Correlation of the Use of Electric Vehicles with Increasing the Degree of Public Health in Indonesia

Adji Suwandono, Laura Nadya
Indonesia’s population growth rate is increasing from year to year. Based on data from the Central Statistics Agency (CSA), Indonesia’s population growth in the 2010-2020 period was 1.25% per year. Population growth is of course accompanied by an increase in energy demand for transportation. Fossil-fueled...
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Pelakor Overviewed from Indonesian Law Perspective

Reh Bungana Beru Perangin-angin, Rya Elita Br Sembiring, Yusna Melianti, Sampitmo Habeahan, Dewi Pika Lbn Batu, Hafni Zahra Charity
Pelakor is currently a worrying phenomenon in Indonesia. Pelakor is one of the causes of the high divorce rate. In addition, violence involving pelakor is currently a public spectacle that is shared through various media. Even minors are not infrequently involved in conflicts with pelakor. This paper...
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Policy Formulation on Accelerating the Development of Electric Motor Vehicles

Siti Marwiyah, Vincensia Mutiara Rengganis
The emergence of indonesian dependence on the use of fossil fuels in the form of petroleum as a transportation energy resource, has resulted in anincrease in the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. The Indonesian government then decided to switch to the use of renewable technology transportation...
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Construction of Electric Vehicle Policies in Indonesia, Types, and Prices

Rudatyo, Rahma Tresya
An electric vehicle is a vehicle that uses one or more traction motors or electric motors, using electrical energy for vehicle propulsion stored in batteries or in other storage areas. At this time the development of the use of electric vehicles in various countries began to grow rapidly. Indonesia is...
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Industrial Law 4.0: Harmonization of Nature, Technology and Humans

Nunik Nurhayati, Khudzaifah Dimyati, Absori, Kelik Wardiono, Rina Nur Widyastuti
In the face of the fourth industrial revolution, this article tries to explain the importance of the state creating industrial policies that benefit both humans and nature. This paper applies a normative technique to explain nature, technology, and humanity. Electric and clean car technology, renewable...
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Indonesian Electric Vehicle Policy, Realization and Development

Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Georgia Monica Candra Apriliana, Wulandari Putri Hutami
The transportation sector is now starting to shift from fossil fuels to electricity which is more environmentally friendly, as this sector is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Electric vehicles are a type of vehicle that is environmentally friendly because it does not produce air pollution....
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Implications of Restorative Justice on Children of Sexual Violence

Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Subekti
This study aims to explain the implications of restorative justice for children as perpetrators of sexual violence. So far, the imposition of punishments for the perpetrators of crimes is one proof of success in law enforcement efforts. However, because the perpetrator of sexual violence is carried out...
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Correlation of Environmental Friendly Policies and Use of Electric Vehicles

Rohani Purnawati
The use of oil-fueled vehicles results in the production of emissions in the form of carbon and aerosol particles that can pollute the air. Vehicles that produce carbon in large quantities will interfere with environmental conditions due to oxygen contamination. The policy of using electric vehicles...
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Analysis and Existence of Electric Scooters as Vehicles in Indonesia: An Overview of Normative Law

Sunny Ummul Firdaus, Maria Madalina, Adhimas Fauzan, Avira Marchell
Current vehicle developments do not only focus on developing efficient vehicles, but also focus on creating environmentally friendly vehicles which are then known as green vehicles. One example of a green vehicle is the electronic scooter or electric scooter which has started to appear in Indonesia....
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How Far Does The Indonesian Constitutional Court Decision on Societal Organization Law Strengthen Democracy?

Andy Omara, Kristina Viri
Freedom of association and assembly is one of the fundamental human rights that should be protected in the democratization process. The guarantee of this right is based on the conceptual argument that there is an interrelation between law, human rights and democracy. Protecting freedom of association...