Criminal Sanctions for Crimes against the Dignity of the President and Vice President: A Comparative Study of the Substance of Sanctions in the Criminal Code and Criminal Code Bill
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The purpose of this study is to review and analyze criminal sanctions against the dignity of the President or Vice President as stated in the Criminal Code Bill, as well as the Criminal Code, as well as differences and similarities in criminal sanctions contained in the Criminal Code and Criminal Code Bill. The research is in the form of normative legal research using laws and conceptual approaches. Data obtained from literature and legal materials. The technique used is documentary study, while the data are analyzed using qualitative. The results of the study are (1) criminal sanctions in the Criminal Code Bill in the form of (a) 9 years imprisonment and fines included in category IV (Rp. 300,000,000), (b) no more than five years in prison, and fines included in category IV (IDR 300,000,000). (2) Criminal sanctions in the Criminal Code namely (a) eight years in prison, (b) imprisonment of not more than six years or a fine of Rp 4,500. (3) The difference in criminal sanctions which is the Criminal Code is more severe. Similarities (a) Types of crime (assault and humiliation), and (b) Victims of crime (President or Vice President).
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