The existence of public prosecutors as executors in the corruption eradication commission
Nurfan, Adwani, Mohd Din
The authority owned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is contained in Articles 7 to Article 14 of the KPK Law which is directly related to the implementation of court decisions by the KPK Prosecutor is not strictly regulated. The authority contained in the KPK Law is limited to the authority of the KPK in conducting investigations, investigations, and criminal prosecutions. However, in practice the KPK Prosecutor conducts the execution of the ingkrach verdict, this action is not regulated in the KPK Law. The results of this study show that, the form of legality owned by the KPK within the authority of the Corruption Eradication Commission is regulated in Article 6 to Article 14 of Law No. 30 of 2002 concerning the Commission on the Eradication of Corruption, the mandate authority to carry out court decisions in accordance with the Warrant for the Implementation of Court Decisions Number: Sprin.PPP52/24/08/2014, The order for the implementation of the court's decision is given by the head of the Corruption Eradication Commission to the Prosecutor. on the Corruption Eradication Commission, and Article 15 paragraph (2) of KPK Law No. 1 of 2015. However, this provision is not relevant to the authority of the KPK contained in Law No.30 of 2002 concerning the KPK which gives the authority of prosecution and others without the authority to carry out court decisions. Therefore, Perppu KPK No.1 of 2015 must be canceled.