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Newest Edition of the Religious Court Magazine PDF Print E-mail
Written by Achmad Cholil   
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 14:39

Newest Edition of the Religious Court Magazine

Jakarta | Badilag.net/English

Directorate General of the Religious Courts at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia (Badilag) has launched the newest edition of Majalah Peradilan Agama early this month.

This 9th edition of the magazine discusses the theme of Protection of Children’s Rights in Indonesia’s Religious Courts which is reported in four in-depth sections. The magazine also contains the most current issues happening within the Religious Courts.

Badilag started to publicize an institutional quarterly magazine in 2013 and has produced nine editions so far. Anyone can freely get the digital version of the magazine through this link.

|Achmad Cholil|

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 July 2016 15:15
 
Badilag Uses E-Test to Select Judges for Syariah Economic Cases PDF Print E-mail
Written by Achmad Cholil   
Tuesday, 26 July 2016 15:28

Badilag Uses E-Test to Select Judges for Syariah Economic Cases

Jakarta | Badilag.net/english

Badilag successfully held an electronic test (E-test) for selecting judges in the religious courts to be used as training participants sharia economy on Friday, July 22, 2016. This was done following the enactment of the Supreme Court’s Regulation (PERMA) No. 5 of 2016 which states that the syariah economic cases should be handled by judges who have been certified.

The E-test is not the first time held by Badilag. A few months earlier, Badilag also held an online test for selecting candidates for the leaderships at the first instance courts and appellate courts.

"E-Test is definitely a breakthrough in efforts to open up opportunity as wide as possible for all judges to healthily compete in order to improve their competence and to enhance their careers," said Director General of Badilag, Drs. H. Abdul Manaf, M.H.

The E-test results were announced on Tuesday, July 22, 2016 and has successfully chosen 40 high court judges and 80 first instance judges of a total of 824 judges participating in the e-test.

The 120 participants will attend certification training and education for syariah economic cases which will be organized by the Centre for Education and Training of the Supreme Court in August 2016.

|Achmad Cholil|

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 July 2016 16:14
 
Syarifuddin Sworn in as New Vice Chief Justice for Judicial Affairs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Achmad Cholil   
Wednesday, 11 May 2016 05:52

Syarifuddin Sworn in as New Vice Chief Justice for Judicial Affairs

Jakarta | Badilag.net/english

Newly-elected Vice Chief Justice for Judicial Affairs, Dr. H. M. Syarifuddin, S.H., M.H., has been formally signed in to the role after he was sworn in and inaugurated by President Joko Widodo at the State Palace, Tuesday (3/5/2016).

Syarifuddin garnered 28 votes out of 46 justices in an election ceremony at the Indonesia’s Supreme Court building on 14 April 2016. He replaces his predecessor, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Saleh, S.H., M.H., who has retired on 1 May 2016. Syarifuddin will hold the position for the next five years as stipulated by the existing regulation.

(Achmad Cholil. Photo: presidenri.go.id)

Last Updated on Saturday, 25 June 2016 22:21
 
Supreme Court Wants to Establish 52 New RC PDF Print E-mail
Written by hermanto   
Friday, 04 March 2016 02:49

Supreme Court  Wants to Establish 52 New RC

Jakarta l Badilag.net

The Supreme Court wants to establish new courts in areas which are experiencing expansion.

The Supreme Court Secretary  Nurhadi said, the courts will be established by SC includes courts of first instance and appeal.

"Insya Allah, in the areas of expansion, we will establish 82 courts of first instance and 10 courts of appeals," said Secretary of the Supreme Court, when giving a briefing on Badilag coordination meeting in Bandung, Friday (29/01/2016).

Last Updated on Saturday, 25 June 2016 22:30
 
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