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Scirj Volume IV, Issue III, March 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


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


Strengthening the Role and Function of Judicial Commission in Building Clean and Respectable Justice in Indonesia
Zainal Arifin Hoesein

Abstract: Strengthening the role and function of Judicial Commission in building clean and respectable justice in Indonesia faces many problems and challenges. This paper has three objectives. The first is to highlights the development of the position and the authority of KY. The second is to discuss ways to improve KY as the respectable and clean institution. The third is to discuss ways to strengthen the role and function of KY. Note that throughout this study, the data and information collected was based on literature review as well as opinions suggested by the experts advanced in the media. The study argues that strengthening the role and function of KY in building the clean and respectable judicial institution in Indonesia was not an easy task. Of the many strategic steps that can be undertaken by KY are as follows. First, KY should conduct external supervision particularly related to uphold code of ethics and the improvement of judges behavior. Second, the relationship between the Judicial Commission and the Supreme Court should be optimized to settle any problems related to judicial matters. Finally, KY needs to expand and strengthen the networking with many stakeholders, not only with the government, but also with the NGOs and other civil societies including universities. However, this networking should not reduce its independency, impartiality, integrity, and the like in order to make the presence of KY accepted by the public in general. Thus, much remain to be done to optimize the existence of KY in Indonesia.
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The Future of Indonesian Democracy: How the Constitutional Court Settled the 2014 Presidential Election Dispute?
Dr. Andi Muhammad Asrun

Abstract: The 2014 general election resulted Joko Widodo, or popularly known as Jokowi, elected as the country’s seventh president and Muhammad Jusuf Kalla, or shortly called as JK, as the vice president was claimed by Prabowo Subianto and Hatta Rajasa “full of fraud, intimidation, and money politics.” In fact some experts worry that Indonesia's endemic corruption could affect that decision. This paper based on literatures and other qualitative secondary data and information aims at discussing how the Constitutional Court settled the 2014 Presidential Election dispute. It found that the Constitutional Court made a decision by the nine judges unanimously rejected the lawsuit camp Subianto-Hatta at a hearing on August 21, 2014. The Constitutional Court argues Subianto-Rajasa cannot prove its claim in the trial. The judges of the Constitutional Court concluded there was no evidence to suggest the existence of a systematic and structured efforts that affect the results of presidential elections and representative to favor one candidate. Although the Constitutional Court recognizes the existence of evidence that indicates irregularities such issues voters list. There are at least four main reasons the Constitutional Court rejected the lawsuit Prabowo-Hatta. The first is that the results of Vote Count Recapitulation which according to the Petitioner should mate Prabowo-Hatta obtain superior sound of Jokowi-JK according to the Court is not proven. Secondly, the Constitutional Court recognizes that the Voters List Supplement was not contained in Act 42 of 2008 concerning the Presidential Election, but the Voters List Supplement was already a Commission Regulation in force since 2009 up until now has not been revoked by the Commission and has not been canceled by the Constitutional Court, so that the use of the Voters List Supplement can be said to be contrary to law or laws that exist.
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Hermenutika Ontik as a Way to Reveal the Dynamics of Management Behavior in PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANISATION
Anik Yuesti

Abstract: The aim of this study is to explore is important to do the research using Hermenutika ontikon public sector organisation. The behavior which is appropriate with the understanding is called as united behavior and if it is not appropriate with the understanding it will be called as the behavior which is not united. The first behavior is done by men who gave high integrity and the second is for the men with the low integrity. The other aspects (politic, history and culture) are believed to make the difference of the understanding and the behavior. If there is a hindrance between the understanding and the behavior, so the justification will be done to protect the men. The united behavior is illustrated as a man who is thinking to help other people. The behavior which is not united is illustrated as a man who is thinking to help other people but his or her behavior made them scare. Therefore, it is important to do the research using Hermenutika ontik. It is an analysis by interpreting of the men’s behavior as the result of their minds and also to understand the men’s’ thought through words. The words from the informant has various meaning in it is interpreted in a certain concept. The interpretation is done contextually and not textually. Therefore, the main meaning of the utterance and behavior will be easily to be attained.
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MARKETING STRATEGY MODEL OF KINTAMANI ECOTOURISM, KINTAMANI SUB-DISTRICT
Anak Agung Putu Agung , Made Tamba

Abstract: The objectives of this research was to design model the optimal marketing strategy to increase the number of tourist visits to Kintamani ecotourism, Bangli Regency, Bali Province. On the basis of marketing strategy, Kintamani ecotourism obtained the promising result through better management on ecotourism, promotion, individual characteristics that influence the tourist visit, tourist impressions and decision to visit the place. In addition, to increase the number of tourists who visit Kintamani ecotourism, the attention of Batur customary village community leaders and Tourism Agency of Bangli Regency as the manager of Kintamani ecotourism must be fully given. The environmental factors like comfortable, cool and fresh air, pleasant conditions as well as clean and safe environment are the major factors that influence the decision of visiting Kintamani ecotourism. The safe environment also needs to be controlled with a greater effort of Kintamani ecotourism management. It is the factor that influences the tourist visit. Safety should also be put into priority by the village security officer. The most influencing factor of decision making is driven primarily by personal motivations, namely the encouragement of family, friends, neighbors, acquaintances as the effective promotion. Their experience of visiting the object is also the significant factor. The awareness on the individual need is the second factor that influences the decision-making. It is driven primarily by their social needs, especially self-esteem, recognition and social status as well as the individual condition concerning employment, economic ability and lifestyle. Evaluation of post-visit is the third influencing factor to the decision-making of visit certain places, which consists of an evaluation of the tourist attractions, the price, the accommodations, the souvenir, the access to reach the place, clean environment and safety.
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OXIDATIVE STATUS AND THE INCIDENCE OF FATTY LIVER HEMORRHAGIC SYNDROME IN LAYING HENS FED FLAX SEEDS
Sara. A. M, M. E. BARRI, SALWA. M. E., SAMIA. H. A., HALA, E.A. , FATIMA. El sheikh. El sammani

Abstract: The current trial was performed to investigate the influence of flax seeds on the oxidative status and incidence of FLHS in laying hens. Fifty (Hisex) bird, 20 week old, were obtained from Animal Production Research Center (kuku), were divided into two groups (n=25) for each one. The control group (A) was under control diet based on corn, maintains the (NRC, 1994) requirements for laying hens, the experimental group, supplemented by 10% flax seeds added to the diet. The trial lasted for eight weeks, blood samples were collected once per month (week 4 and 8), in EDTA coated vials, immediately placed into iced-container, centrifuged at 3000 rpm/20 min, samples were separated in aliquot, and stored at -20ºC and -80ºC until analysis. No incidence of fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome was noticed after feeding laying hens diet containing 10% flax seeds for two months. Plasma analysis for enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants, revealed no significant different levels of uric acid, malondialdehyde (MDA), vitamin C, and vitamin E between the control group and the treated one, while catalase (CAT), superoxide dismutase (SOD), and vitamin A, levels were significantly enhanced by the addition of 10% flax seeds.
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The Influence of Telecommuting Systems, Self-Efficacy and the Quality of Management on Work Productivity and the Competitiveness of Organizational Perspectives in Multinational Companies in Jakarta, Indonesia
Tuntas Widyo Soenanto, Djabir Hamzah, Mahlia Muis, Nurdin Brasit

Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the influence of telecommuting system, self-efficacy and the perspective of quality management on work productivity. It also examined the influence of telecommuting system, self-efficacy and quality management perspective on organizational competitiveness perspective, as well as to analyze the influence of labor productivity to organizational competitiveness perspective. The data was not merely collected by using questionnaires, but also field survey in various multinational companies that implemented telecommuting systems in Jakarta. The unit analysis of this study was the remote workers or commonly known as telecommuter of multinational companies in Jakarta, the Capital City of Indonesia. The number of sample surveyed was 193 employees. The data was then analyzed using SEM (Structural Equation Modeling). The study found that self-efficacy has no significant influence on work productivity and organizational competitiveness perspective. Whilst telecommuting system and the quality of management perspective have significant influenced on work productivity and organizational competitiveness perspective. Also, it was found that labor productivity has significant influenced on organizational competitiveness perspective. Therefore, those variables that have significant influenced on work productivity and organizational competitiveness perspective need to be given attention in improving the economic activities of the multinational companies in Jakarta.
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