Penulis: Idrus Affandi, Prof., Dr., S.H.
Cetakan: 1, 2020
Ukuran: 15 x 21 cm.
Kertas isi: Book paper
Kertas sampul: AC 230 gr.
Halaman : 212 Halaman
Everytime Indonesia revise or amend the 1945 Constitution, this nation has always experienced political disability. That political chaos had spread into other various life sectors, including socioeconomic. When changing the 1945 Constitution with Republic of Indonesia Union Constitution (RIS) in early of independence era, Indonesia plunged in Liberal Democracy immediately. As a result, the cabinet had ruined; the constituent meetings had always in chaotic and finally found a deadlock. The political atmosphere was stable after the President Soekarno issued the decree on July 5 1959 known as The Presidential Decree July 5 1959.
The power of President Soekarno had ended following the movement of G30S/PKI. Then Indonesia had a long political stability when President Soeharto was in power of New Order for about 32 years. Can be said that the great stability was created when it was more supported by the government system which was implementing 1945 Constitution and Pancasila relatively genuine and consistent.
Entering the reformation era after carrying out the fourth amendment, Indonesia had continued to be tinged in chaotic. Natural resources became starved; even the sovereignty of the nation and state were almost mortgaged. Behold this increasingly worrisome situation, Prof. Dr. Idrus Affandi, S.H. had called to return to 1945 Constitution because this constitution was the proper central ideology for this nation.
Building the Constitution
01 Back to the Original 1945 Constitution
02 A Halfhearted Amendment
03 Dividing the Loot
04 The New Form of “Divide et Impera”
05 The Lost Generation
06 Political Literacy
07 Presidential Decree, It’s About Time!
08 Pancasilaistic Governor Election
09 Back to Pancasilaistic Democracy
10 Three Periods
Towards Greater Indonesia
11 Cutting down One Generation
13 Young Leaders
14 Managing Conflicts
15 Preventing A Civil War
16 Becoming Partner of Saudi Arabia
Democracy and Ideology
17 One Ideology Cabinet
18 Chaos of Democracy
19 Partai “Nyalindung ka Gelung”
20 Impacts of the Dynastic Politics
21 Strengthening Diversity
22 Religious><Nationalist in the Capital 66
23 The Phenomenon of Two Emils
24 The Year of Politics
25 The Trace of Presidential Election in the Governorship Election
26 Building the Character of the Nation
27 Starting from Building the Human Resource
28 The Obstinate Tolerantion
29 The Political Orientations
30 Strengthening the “Nawacita” (Nine Ideals)
31 Reshuffle, the Dilemma
32 Eliminating National Vengeance 107
33 National Repentance 110
34 The Fitri Revolution 113
35 Religion inside the State 116
36 Reshuffle Again 118
38 The Greatest Sacrifice 121
39 Educational Policy
40 Do Not Make a Joke on Indonesia
41 Educational Nationalism
42 Combining the Ministry of Education
43 Ministry of Research and Technology