ACTUALIZATION OF PANCASILA VALUES IN PREVENTION AND ERADICATION EFFORTS NARCOTICS ABUSE IN INDONESIA
- Doctoral Student in Law, Faculty of Law, University of Lampung, Indonesia.
- Doctoral Lecturer in Law, Faculty of Law, University of Lampung, Indonesia.
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Pancasila is a state ideology that has been agreed upon as the basis for organizing social, national and state life in Indonesia. The practice of Pancasila values will certainly lead to the development of a society that is devout, humane, united, democratic and just. On the other hand, weak understanding and implementation of these basic values will cause various disorders that can threaten all areas of life, one of which is narcotics abuse. Sanctions or punishments for those who abuse narcotics themselves are different from dealers, couriers, dealers, and so on, because in the Narcotics Law there is a grouping of narcotics crimes. This is in accordance with the double trick system adopted by the Narcotics Law. Actualizing the values of Pancasila in efforts to prevent and eradicate narcotics abuse cannot be separated from the awareness of the entire community and law enforcement officials, in this case judges, in deciding narcotics abuse cases for the sake of justice based on God. This is because the values of Pancasila maintain the credibility of Indonesian culture and attitudes and have a major impact on the life and character of the nation by fighting narcotics abuse and breaking the chain of narcotics problems. We must understand the meaning of Pancasila values correctly, Pancasila as Indonesias national ideology for unity, as a national standard for preventing and eradicating narcotics abuse. The related Pancasila values are the value of God, the value of humanity, the value of unity, the value of people and the value of justice, so in everyday life you must adhere to these five precepts in order to avoid the dangers of narcotics.
[Gatot Susanto, Eddy Rifai, Maroni and Heni Siswanto (2023); ACTUALIZATION OF PANCASILA VALUES IN PREVENTION AND ERADICATION EFFORTS NARCOTICS ABUSE IN INDONESIA Int. J. of Adv. Res. 11 (Oct). 627-633] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
Doctoral Student in Law, Faculty of Law, University of Lampung, Indonesia
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/17751
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/17751
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