Cooperative Principles (Partnership-Based Togetherness) as the Legal Basis of Democracy Economic Thinking

Elli Ruslina, Siti Rodiah, Nia Kania Winayanti
2020 Proceedings of the International Conference on Law Reform (INCLAR 2019)   unpublished
One The imperative of economic democracy mandated by the constitution through Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution, the reality is not a legal foundations appreciation to economic activities, but even shifts to a free-market economy (laissez-faire). This is confirmed in the constitution "permanent position" of Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution the which relies on the notion of "mutualim and brotherhood" and Article II of the Transitional Rules of the 1945 Constitution roomates are temporary.
more » ... es are temporary. The retention of the individual principle is a legal reason and at the same time a legal source that is Easily dictated by economic forces, from outside based on individual principles. The aim of this paper is 1) to analyze how the understanding of cooperative principles (cooperation based on mutualism) is manifested as the legal basis on the thought of economic democracy, 2) To analyze how the implementation of Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution into Indonesian economic law tends to lead to free competition. The approach used is normative and descriptive analysis Juridical type. The Conclusions of economic democracy are contained in the Explanation of Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution; and cooperative principles based on mutualism are not legal fundamentals for economic democracy. The Conclusions of economic democracy are contained in the Explanation of Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution; and cooperative principles based on mutualism are not legal fundamentals for economic democracy. The Conclusions of economic democracy are contained in the Explanation of Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution; and cooperative principles based on mutualism are not legal fundamentals for economic democracy.
doi:10.2991/aebmr.k.200226.012 fatcat:tk77xw33wrht7h3lphi7y3bvbm