FOREIGNERS LAND RIGHTS REGULATIONS: INDONESIA’S PRACTICE

https://doi.org/10.22146/jmh.15913

Arie Afriansyah(1*)

(1) International Law Department, Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia, Depok Jalan Lingkar Kampus Raya, Building A, Depok, Jawa Barat 16424
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


The issue of the sales of Indonesian Islands to non-Indonesian Citizen has seized the attention of Indonesian people nationally. It is thought that such sales will affects the sovereignty of Indonesia’s territory. This article will focus on two main issues, namely how the rule of law regulates acquisition and management of areas that go to the sovereignty of a country and how or what the main problems faced by Indonesia in maintaining the territorial integrity of the Republic of Indonesia, especially the business of selling some islands to non-Indonesian citizens.

 

Isu penjualan beberapa pulau di Indonesia kepada warga Negara asing telah menyita perhatian masyarakat Indonesia secara nasional. Diperkirakan bahwa penjualan tersebut akan mempengaruhi kedaulatan wilayah Indonesia. Artikel ini akan fokus pada dua isu utama, yaitu bagaimana aturan hukum mengatur dalam hal perolehan dan pengelolaan kawasan yang masuk dalam kedaulatan suatu negara dan bagaimana atau apa masalah utama yang dihadapi oleh Indonesia dalam menjaga keutuhan wilayah Republik Indonesia, khususnya bisnis penjualan beberapa pulau kepada pihak asing.


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