Law and Humanities
Published: 26 May 2023
Waivers of Constitutional Court Decisions by the Supreme Court Regarding Manpower Laws
Zulkifli Bakri, Ellydar Chaidir, Ni'matul Huda, Yusri Munaf
Universitas Islam Riau, Indonesia
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Keywords: Labor Law, Constitutional Court Decision, Supreme Court Circular Letter, Abandonment
The judicial review of Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning Manpower (UUK) has been granted by the Constitutional Court in 11 (eleven) requests for UUK testing. Of the 11 (eleven) decisions there were 3 (three) decisions whose follow-up was regulated by the Supreme Court Circular Letter (SEMA), namely SEMA Number 4 of 2014 and SEMA Number 3 of 2015, and gave rise to injustice and legal uncertainty in labor law. This legal research uses normative legal research methods. The data were analyzed qualitatively and are prescriptive. The approach used is a statutory approach (statute approach) and a case approach (case approach). This research is important to do to explain SEMA's position in labor law and the Constitutional Court's decision regarding UUK is erga omnes, the decision is final and binding. The results of the study show that SEMA has no legal standing to further regulate the Constitutional Court's decision because SEMA is not a statutory regulation.
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