Proceedings of the International Conference on Maritime and Archipelago (ICoMA 2018)

Legal Restoration Eradication of Illegal Fishing Towards Sovereignty at Sea

Authors
Derita Prapti Rahayu, Sulaiman, Esmi Warasshi, M.Adli Abdullah, Yokotani
Corresponding Author
Derita Prapti Rahayu
Available Online October 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icoma-18.2019.42How to use a DOI?
Keywords
legal restoration; eradication of illegal fishing; sovereignty at sea.
Abstract
There is one courage from the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries from the beginning of the inauguration, ie sinking a boat that catches fish illegally. Until now, the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries has drowned more than 350 ships of various sizes committing illegal fishing crimes in Indonesian sovereign territory. Using the socio-legal approach, this paper wishes to offer legal refinement in order to give a firm legality of illegal fishing eradication through the ship's sinking.Illegal fishing crime in Indonesian waters, believed to have caused losses for this country is estimated at more 40 billion rupias a year. This condition is even believed to be an obstacle in accelerating Indonesia as a prosperous country. It is for this reason that the sinking of the ship is seen as the representative of the face of courage in defending sovereignty. Drowning of ships is considered strategic in order to combat illegal fishing, especially by raising the fear of outside fishermen who stole fish in Indonesian waters.For some, the sinking of vessels could incur substantial losses, especially the opportunities of countries that should be able to utilize ships through foreclosures for the country. Some people believe that the foreclosure could be used by black entrepreneurs who cooperate with unscrupulous law enforcement officers. This opportunity is to be covered by the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries. However, that does not mean the drowning has passed the various legal tests.The government is very important to link shipbuilding with four interrelated components, namely ecological sustainability, socio-cultural-economic sustainability, sustainable marine law communities, and institutional sustainability.Restored law, related to the legality of vessel execution, should be able to address ecological recovery targets, not to cause socio-cultural-economic problems, friendly to indigenous peoples, and to think about the institutional context.
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International Conference on Maritime and Archipelago (ICoMA 2018)
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Advances in Engineering Research
Publication Date
October 2019
ISBN
978-94-6252-785-0
ISSN
2352-5401
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icoma-18.2019.42How to use a DOI?
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This is an open access article distributed under the CC BY-NC license.

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