Kontribusi Teori Sanksi dan Asas Pembuktian terhadap Jarîmah Korupsi di Indonesia
Islamic law consists of a set of norms, principles and rules of law enforcement, dealing with the eradication of corruption. In the history of Islamic law, there have been the theories and principles of Islamic law, such as the theory of jawâbir, zawâjir, and the principle of min ayn lak hâdhâ (known as the reversed evidence) regarding the application of criminal sanctions of corruption. The application of criminal sanctions of corruption in Indonesia, especially with regard to the principle of reversed evidence has not been well-formulated. For the perfection of legislation in combating corruption, it is possible for the Indonesian government to amend the existing legislation, in order to make the country free from corruption. This paper focuses on the study of theoretical contributions on sanctions and the principle of proof evidence in Islamic criminal law to be transformed into criminal sanctions of corruption in Indonesia, which refers to the theory of jawâbir, zawâjir, and the principle of min ayn lak hâdhâ, which had been done previously by the caliph ?Umar b. al-Khatt?b and succeeded in preventing and combating corruption.
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