The Problems of Law Enforcement Against Civil Service Individuals In Indonesia
The regulations that form the basis for regulating civil servant discipline in the Republic of Indonesia are Law Number 5 of 2014 concerning State Civil Apparatus; Government Regulation Number 17 of 2020 concerning Amendments to Government Regulation Number 11 of 2017 concerning Management of Civil Servants; and Government Regulation Number 94 of 2021 concerning Civil Servant Discipline. In PP No. 94 of 2021, it explains the discipline of civil servants as a form of employee's ability to comply with obligations and avoid the prohibitions specified in the legislation and/or official regulations which, if not obeyed or violated, will be imposed. In PP No. 94 of 2021 there are 17 (seventeen) obligations and 14 (fourteen) prohibitions for civil servants, with the level of disciplinary punishment divided by level and type, each according to the nature and severity or severity of the violation committed, as well as the consequences. caused by the violation committed by the Civil Servant concerned.
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