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Scirj Volume IV, Issue VIII, August 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th August 2016
Full Paper available from: 25th August 2016


Harmonization of Loss-sale Arrangements in The Perspectives of Anti-dumping and Business Competition Laws in Indonesia
Lusy Kurnia Febriana

Abstract: This article reviews Harmonization of Loss-Sale Arrangements in the Perspectives of Anti-Dumping and Business Competition Laws in Indonesia. Review is considered helpful to harmonize loss-sale arrangements in Indonesia because two regulations and two institutions are overlapping to each other in this case that may result in the ambiguousness of loss-sale arrangement laws in Indonesia. Research type is normative juridical with several approaches such as statute approach, comparative approach and conceptual approach. Result of research indicates that the harmonization of loss-sale arrangements in the perspectives of anti-dumping and business competition laws in Indonesia is materialized through law, definition and scope, organizational cohesion, and unification effort through a concept One Regulation and One Body.
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Reconstruction Regulation Reversal Burden of Proof Criminal Case in Indonesia’s Legislation
Erwin Adiabakti

Abstract: This journal aimed at investigating the problems of reconstruction of reversal regulation of the burden of proof for criminal case in legislation in Indonesia which so far does not reflect harmony and ideal regulation reconstruction of the burden of proof for criminal case with basic reflection of the harmonic legal values based on human right protection. The results concluded, indicates entirely the reconstruction disharmony of the reversal regulation of the burden of proof from each law does not regulate clearly and concretely about the application consequences of the reversal of burden of proof. The reversal regulation of the burden of proof today the regulation substance does not correspond with the value of legal certainty as well as the regulation does not accommodate the human right protection in balanced manner, in the term of human right value manifestation that correlate with the reversal regulation of the burden of proof still not proportional. Reconstruction of reversal regulation of the burden of proof is appropriate with the legal certainty value as the regulation must able to accommodate the human right protection in balanced manner by using reversal concept of burden of proof which is limited and balanced in nature, the regulation reflects the fair legal certainty value manifestation and the reversal regulation substance of the burden of proof more comprehensive and give implication to the effective law enforcement process.
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THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ON NATIONAL SECURITY
Oluwadamilola, Kemi Adams

Abstract: Insecurity has been one of the major problem facing Nigerians today and in tackling this problem to a reasonable extent, agricultural production can be used in tackling insecurity in the country. Nigeria is a country been faced by diverse security issues which include: Kidnapping in the Niger Delta region, Boko haram insurgency in the North east and the contemporary issue now which is the herdsmen killing. These insecurity issues are been caused by unemployment, high rate of poverty, malnutrition, political instability and corruption all the same, national Security is paramount in the development of a country and in the Nigeria case insecurity issue can be tackled through: Creation of employment, reduction of poverty, eradication of malnutrition and the deradicalisation of the youths through agriculture. Agricultural production is a very important dimension of national security. This paper examine the relationship between Agricultural Production and National Security, ways in which national security can be achieved through agricultural production and proffer comprehensive strategies that can be used to promote National Security through agricultural production.
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Some Legal Aspects of Sale Agreement Goods by Using Credit Card and Developments Use Inpalembang-Indonesia
Nina Yolanda, SH, MA

Abstract: Credit card may be used to get goods and services,through Sales of Goods Contract. Credit cards as aFinancial Institution's products are developed by Kepres(Decision of President) No.61/1988 and Keputusan MenteriKeuangan RI (Decision of Minister of Financial Affair)No. 1251/KMK. 013/1998.
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In Presence of FWM, Optical Fiber Communication Performance Analysis with OFDM-QAM
Md Imtiaz Uddin Johan, Md.Ishrat Islam, Fahim Ahmed Shakil, Marzia Mohiuddin

Abstract: The theoretical performance of optical fiber communication based on orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) system along with quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) has been analyzed in the presence of four-wave mixing (FWM). The influence of dispersion and FWM induced crosstalk on the OFDM spectrum is investigated with different fiber lengths, bit rates, number of channels, number of optical amplifiers and their gains and source line widths. The optical non linearity in a single-mode fiber imposes a fundamental limitation on the capacity of orthogonal frequency-division multiplexed (OFDM) system. The receiver sensitivity degradation is determined at number of bit error rate 10-9 for direct detection P-i-N receiver with number of OFDM channel, symbols and other system impairments associated with the proposed system. It is found that, FWM-induced crosstalk in presence of GVD severely degrades the system performance when the fiber input powers a large and/or the channel spacing is too small. The theoretical results obtained from the proposed system demonstrate that the system having 32 OFDM channels suffer power penalty of 0.51 dB due to the combined influence of FWM for fiber length 50 km and bit rate 2.5Gb/s. The power penalty is found to be 2.09 dB for the same number of channels and fiber length at bit rate 5Gb/s. Simultaneously our results also demonstrate the system performance severely degrades when number of OFDM channels exceed over 16, the BER performance degrades due to presence of FWM crosstalk .
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Detection of virulence genes in urinary Pseudomonas aeruginosa from pregnant women attending Antenatal clinicin Makurdi, Central Nigeria
Aernan, P.T; Umeh, E.U and Emmanuel Nna

Abstract: Pseudomonas aeruginosais known to possess a vast array of virulence factors that may be responsible for its pathogenicity. P. aeruginosa also has a large number of virulence factors including phospholipase C, both of the hemolytic and non- hemolytic type encoded by plc H and plc N gene respectively. Exotoxin A, encoded by the tox A gene,exoenzyme S, encoded by the exo S gene, Las B elastase encoded by the las B gene and Alginate encoded by the alg D gene. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of these six virulence genes; (plc H, plc N, tox A, exo S, las B, and alg D) by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR). In this study 28 isolates of P. aeruginosa were isolated from the urine of pregnant women attending antenatal in a tertiary hospital in Makurdi, Central Nigeria.The amplification of the total DNA extracts using singleplex polymerase chain reaction detected alg D in 2 (7.14%), Las Bin 3 (10.7%), tox A in 9(32.2%), plc H in 1(3.6%) and plc Nin 5(17.9%) of the samples. The exo S gene was not detected in the genome of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria isolates. Determination of different virulence genes of P. aeruginosa isolates suggests that they are associated with different levels of intrinsic virulence and pathogenicity.The presence of virulent strains of P. aeruginosa within the urinary tract of pregnant women calls for concern as this can contribute to development of complications associated with pyelonephritis, which may in turn lead to adverse outcomes for the baby and the mother, such as premature delivery, low birth weight infants, preeclampsia, hypertension, renal failure and fetal death.
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