External supervision of the judicial commission post the decision of the constitutional court number 005/PUU-IV/2006
Noor Uud Aprio Werry, Eddy Purnama, M Saleh Sjafei
The aim is to explain how the external supervision carried out by the Judicial Commission in the Decision of the Constitutional Court which changed the substance of the 1945 Constitution, to explain what the juridical consequences of the external supervision of the Judicial Commission after the Constitutional Court's decision were and to explain what the legal implications of the existence of the Judicial Commission were. its external supervisory powers are limited. The analysis method is carried out based on normative juridical using a statutory approach. The results show that the Constitutional Court's decision cannot change the substance of the 1945 Constitution based on the hierarchy of laws and regulations and changes in the substance of the 1945 Constitution can only be carried out procedurally by the House of Representatives, the juridical consequences of external supervision of the Judicial Commission are supporting Institutions of the Supreme Court include ad hoc judges at the Supreme Court and the Judicial Body under it by revising Law No. 22 of 2004 concerning the Judicial Commission as well as the legal implications of the existence of a Judicial Commission whose external supervisory authority is limited, namely the function of external supervision in law enforcement for violations of judicial ethics. Against the Supreme Court justices and only external supervision is carried out on ad hoc judges in the Supreme Court and judges of the judicial bodies under them.
Noor Uud Aprio Werry, Eddy Purnama, M Saleh Sjafei. External supervision of the judicial commission post the decision of the constitutional court number 005/PUU-IV/2006. International Journal of Law, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2022, Pages 1-8