The Politics of Judicial Law in the Development of the National Health Law
Keywords:verdict, politics of judicial law, law development
Normatively, the follow up on the Constitutional Court’s Decree has been regulated in the Constitution
No.12 of 2011. Yet, the mentioned norm has not optimally regulated the follow up of the Constitutional
Court’s Decree as one of the main sources in the planning and the renewal of the national law. This is shown
by the fact that there was a norm which was annulled by the Constitutional Court, yet it was still written
in the new Constitution. Because of that, the Constitutional Court’s verdict, especially those regarding the
politics of judicial law, is crucial to be included in the national law planning and development documents as
a guide for the lawmakers in the form of the Constitution. This is because the Constitutional Court’s decree
includes the politics of the judicial law, which determines the road of the national health law’s development,
so that the constitution in the aspect of health will not be against the 1945 Constitution.
This research is a qualitative study, by using the post-positivism paradigm and the juridical-normative
approach. The research approach used is statute approach and case approach. The research approach is used
to see the politics of the judicial law contained in the Constitutional Court’s Decree which should have been
the guide of the national health law development.