Proceedings of the International Conference for Democracy and National Resilience (ICDNR 2023)

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Peer-Review Statements

Waluyo Waluyo, Dona Budi Kharisma, Hsu Myat Noe Htet, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the ICDNR 2023 during September 23rd – 24th, 2023 in Surakarta, Indonesia. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Journal and Publication Chair and approved by the Editor-in-Chief, who affirms that this document...
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Customary Law Government and Voting Rights: Impact on Election Guarantee

Ahmet Tashliyev, Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Shafira Maharani Saputra, P. Diwinner Langgeng
This research aims to determine the influence of customary law characteristics on guaranteeing rights in holding elections. This research mainly focuses on traditional government and how the customary legal system influences the implementation of general elections in indigenous communities. This research...
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Implementation of General Elections for Indigenous Peoples in Fulfilling Political Rights

Mujiono Hafidh Prasetyo, Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Kamila Alifah
Implementing elections for indigenous peoples in Indonesia is challenging. It requires an approach that is sensitive to their needs and aspirations. Challenges include limited understanding, low political participation, information gaps, and incompatibility with indigenous values and practices. To fulfill...
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The Impact of Elections in Various Aspect of Life in Indonesia

Myrat Kovusov, Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Erna Yuliandari, Maria Madalina
General elections are certainly a familiar political activity for a country that promotes democracy from the people, by the people and for the people. In its development, it turns out that this general election has a significant impact on various aspects of people’s lives such as social, economic, cultural,...
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State Recognition Of Indigenous Communities’ Political Rights (Right To Vote) In General Elections Implementation

Erna Yuliandari, Solikhah, Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Annisa Risqi Handayani
Constitutional rights are fundamental rights for all Indonesian society, including indigenous communities that uphold the values of their customary law. Often, customary law differs from the positive law that applies in Indonesia, but that is not a reason to deny customary law within indigenous communities...
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Impact of Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) activities (conducted by JEEViKA promoted CBOs) on Women Participation in Legislative Assembly Elections of Bihar

Seventeenth legislative assembly election in Bihar, 2020

Om Prakash
The Constitution of India aspires that every adult Indian exercise their Right to Vote. It is the endeavour of the Election Commission of India (ECI) to inform, empower, engage, and facilitate the voter to participate. ECI’s dialogue with the people of Jharkhand during 2009 State Legislative Assembly...
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The Influence of the Thoughts of John Austin, Hans Kelsen, and Hart on Political Power and Ethical Politics in the Organization of General Elections

Dewi Iriani, Muhammad Fauzan, Sri Hastuti Puspitasari, Esti Ningrum, Arief Budiono
The law is inseparable from the commands of the authorities as the lawmakers. The authority’s power to make decisions/policies are based on political power and ethical politics. This paper aims to answer the following questions: (1) How do the thoughts of John Austin, Hans Kelsen, and Hart influence...
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Constitutional Court in The Perspective of A Democracy State System in The Digital Era

Wilma Silalahi, Eugenia Felicia Natiur Siregar
The Constitutional Court, as a judicial institution, was born from the womb of reformation, with the aim of building a culture and court management to produce quality decisions supported by information and communication technology (ICT). As a judicial institution, the Constitutional Court is required...
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Implications of Twitter and Social Media for Millennial Voters in the 2024 Election

Septi Nur Wijayanti, Retno Saraswati, A. L. W. Lita Tyesta, Yulianta Saputra, Sukma Fitri Amalia
The General Election in Indonesia, which will be held in 2024, is an interesting topic for social media users, especially on Twitter. Information on Twitter is very significant in building people’s sentiments and political preferences. So that public Tweets related to elections can be used to see a picture...
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Legal Revolution 5.0: Implementation E-voting as an implementation of technological developments in general elections

Rahayu Subekti, Nabila Salma Aristawidya
Along with the development of world society’s thinking towards the industrial revolution 5.0, has presented several innovations, one of which is the use of artificial intelligence (AI). In the field of Indonesian law enforcement, the use of AI can be used in the implementation of electronic-based elections....
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Integration of Law and Information Technology in Access to Justice Fulfillment Efforts For Justice Seekers

Matthew Marcellinno Gunawan, Pujiyono, Muhammad Rustamaji
As a judicial institution that has a vision of “guarding the upholding of the constitution through a modern and trusted judiciary” the task of the Constitutional Court, does not stop at just deciding constitutional cases, but also implements the implementation of integrating law and information technology...
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Protests in Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines (2019-2022). A Synthetic and comparative study of recent advances through a historical lens

Aniello Iannone, Sri Endah Kinasih, Irfan Wahyudi
Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines have witnessed a concerning rise in illiberalism within their governments and institutions. In recent years, instances of human rights violations and the implementation of laws and constitutional reforms have curtailed the freedom of expression in these countries....
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The Inclusive Democracy in Political Contestation: Overview of Political Dynamics of Gender Mainstreaming from The Perspective of Feminism

Iklima Anggarani Purbaningrum, Satryo Sasono
Ahead of the commended ceremonial of democracy in Indonesia in 2024, the issue of gender equality has become an endless and ongoing topic that continues to be expressed at the executive and legislative levels. The issue of gender equality encompasses a substantive understanding of the policy perspective...
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Legal Aspects of Indonesian Elections with the Digitalization System at Modern Era

Adryan Rizky Pratama, Bambang Santoso, Sapto Hermawan
The democracy that Indonesia has created has become a habit that is inherent in every personality of the persons at community, especially those who live daily and carry out the habits of life of the nation and state. One of the things that has become a habit every five years is the General Election of...
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The Impacts of Tik Tok Social Media on the Implementation of Election Law in the Modern Era

Agus Supriyanto, Yudho Taruno Muryanto
The development of technology, which is the basis of print and electronic mass media, today has also created a new media known as electronic social media, such as Tik Tok. This is then used as a means of conducting election campaigns, given the wide ling- kup space covered by electronic social media....
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Models of Simultaneous Elections around the World: The Influence of Government Systems on Election Implementation Methods

Satrio Alif Febriyanto, Fitra Arsil, Qurrata Ayuni
Simultaneous general elections are general elections conducted by combining several types of elections to conduct general elections at the same time. The simultaneous implementation is generally aimed at efficiently implementing elections in a country. However, simultaneous elections can also be driven...
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Toward The Deepening of Democracy in Indonesia: A Habermasian Assessment of The Prospects and Problems of The General Election in Indonesia

Costantinus Fatlolon
The present article evaluates the ideal democratic principles that are espoused by the Indonesian constitution vis-à-vis the actual practice of the general election. It addresses two questions: “Do the actual practices of the general election in Indonesia uphold the democratic principles espoused by...
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The Electoral Legal Framework and The Existence of The Constitutional Court in Electoral Justice in Indonesia

Trio Ferdyanto, Jum Anggriani, Andreas Eno Tirtakusuma
Elections are not just about voting and electing representatives, but go much deeper. Elections symbolize the principles of legitimacy and justice. The enforcement of the legal framework, the electoral justice system, the design and implementation of the electoral process as a whole are some of the important...
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Establishing Elections With Integrity In Indonesia: Purposes, Problems, and Solutions

Firman Noor, Lina Marlina
The General Election, a cornerstone of any democratic system, plays a pivotal role in nations across the spectrum of development. Serving as the mechanism to select leaders, elections also serve as a tangible arena for the expression of political engagement, the exercise of political rights, and the...
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Precautionary Health Protection in the Conduct of the 2024 Simultaneous Elections to the Spread of New COVID-19 Mutations in Indonesia

Jamal Wiwoho, Sunny Ummul Firdaus, Muhamad Alief Hidayat, Fausta Nanda Sava Arkananta
This article explores the idea of health protection for all stakeholders involved in the conduct of the 2024 simultaneous general elections. This is motivated by the emergence and spread of new COVID-19 mutations, including the rapid evolution of the virus leading to the emergence of a new subvariant...
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“Optimizing Election Integrity: Strengthening the Role and Function of GAKKUMDU in One Part of the Election Supervisory Body (BAWASLU) in Indonesia”

M. Herzegovin Laxamana, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
The existence of election supervisors in political and administrative legal reviews is important to avoid delegitimization of the process and results of election implementation, as well as to anticipate the development of various acts of election violations based on the legal system in an integrated...
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Actors of Democracy: Civil Society’s Political Mandate in Post-Reform Election

Abdul Allam Amrullah, M. Syaeful Anam, Darsono Wisadirana, George Towar Ikbal Tawakkal, Muhammad Lukman Hakim
This paper aims to conduct an in-depth examination of electoral monitoring bodies within the framework of civil society. The analytical focus resides in investigating the roles and agendas of electoral monitors, the dynamics they encounter, and the enhancement of institutional capacities within these...
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The Influence of Ethical Decisions on the Democratic Process of Indonesia’s Elections

Ryan Muthiara Wasti, Fitra Arsil, Satya Arinanto
The occurrence of democratic elections is contingent upon the presence of election organizers who possess integrity. The effectiveness of the General Election Commission (KPU) and the Election Supervisory Body (BAWASLU) in their role as election organizers can be evaluated based on the prevalence of...
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The Execution of Decision Constitutional Court Which Makes an Open Legal Policy Regarding Elections in Indonesia

Rahayu Subekti, Zufar Maulana Ar-Razaq, Saiful Hamdi
The Constitutional Court exercises its authority through generating legal outputs in the form of decisions pertaining to the judicial review of the Constitution, which possess legally binding efficacy. The term “Open Legal Policy” is occasionally found in several Constitutional Court judgements pertaining...
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Implementation of Fulfillment of Constitutional Rights in the Perspective of National Resilience

Ahmad Syofyan, Anggun Nurfani
Like other countries, Indonesia has a responsibility to protect the constitutional rights of its citizens. This has been outlined in the amendment of the 1945 Constitution (UUD 1945). As a party obliged to fulfill constitutional rights, the government has the authority to implement them into laws and...
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The Influence of AI Technology in Election Modernisation on Indigenous Tribal People

R. Prihandjojo Andri Putranto, Nabila Salma Aristawidya
Artificial Intelligence is related to technology with intelligence artificial. Technology This is possible for computers or machines to learn patterns in data and create decisions based on these data. Artificial Intelligence has Lots used in various aspects of life, as in the fields of health, transportation,...
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Integrity and Professionalism of Election Organizers to Realize The Reality of Democratic Elections

Winarno, Adellia Dewi Kumalasari
Elections are a form of people’s sovereignty in the formation of a democratic government. The fate and direction of the government for the next five years will be determined by a leader elected by the people. To hold democratic elections, election organizers play an important role. To create representatives...
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Guarantee of Rights In Holding Elections

Yohanes Suwanto, Kikan You one Melany
This study aims to find out and analyze election integrity as a framework for guaranteeing the election rights and fairness in the modern era. The right to vote in Indonesian general elections is strictly protected. General elections are part of democracy and Indonesian citizens must participate. This...