Understanding Millennials' Perceptions of the Omnibus Law in Indonesia:Systematic Review

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Sardjana Orba Manullang


Laws were created for good and justice for all citizens. For the law to be easily enforced and mutually compliant, a common understanding of the citizen's law of elements must be possessed. One of the main elements of any law is the participation of young people. For this reason, we obtained related literature to examine our critical efforts to gain a new understanding of the ratification of the Omnibus Law. Furthermore, the in-depth analysis process involves coding, critical evaluation, and concluding valid and reliable results. Our data searches were performed using the Google Scholar engine, Google search, ERIC publications, and another search system for publication in the last ten years. Finally, we conclude that the perception of Indonesian millennials about the Omnibus Law passage still leaves uncertain. This happens because the substance, vision, function, and application are not under the law's ideals themselves. Thus, input from this study will get additional new insights for understanding all products of legal sociology in Indonesia.

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