Legal pluralism politics towards recognition of social unity in customary law and local regulation

  • Gede Marhaendra Wija Atmaja Udayana University, Indonesia
Keywords: Customary law, Legal pluralism politics, Social unity recognition, Local regulation, Regulation

Abstract

The present study at discussing the about Legal Pluralism Politics towards Recognition of the Society Unity of Customary Law and Local Regulations. The two important term was discussed i.e. (1) the political principles of the legal pluralism whether as the recognition direction for the social unity of the customary law; (2) the rationale for the need to recognize the social unity of the customary law with a local regulation. The customary law unity has a specificity that requires flexible regulation in the law, and enforcement to its acknowledgment with local regulations. The utilization wonder, the law can make people happy by ensuring access to their rights. The recognition of customary law unity society guarantees access to rights, in accordance with laws that mandate acknowledgment with local regulations. The legal certainty requires that the law can be formulated, unlike a clear and systematic way. It can be made thus, it is clear about the recognized identity is given for more limited scope and local government to be better recognize local uniqueness.

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Published
2018-08-02
How to Cite
Atmaja, G. M. W. (2018). Legal pluralism politics towards recognition of social unity in customary law and local regulation. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(2), 124-140. https://doi.org/10.29332/ijssh.v2n2.152
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