The Obedience of the People towards the Law on the Prevention of Covid-19 Transmission In Jakarta

Amriyati, Amriyati (2022) The Obedience of the People towards the Law on the Prevention of Covid-19 Transmission In Jakarta. In: LePALISSHE 2021, 3 August 2021, Malang, Indonesia.

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Pandemic Covid 19 has not shown any sign of decreasing. Instead of the existing legislation on Covid 19, yet violations, especially on masking and distancing rules were frequently made at certain places such as non-main roads and restaurants. This research was started from the questions on why there were persons in Jakarta still did not obey the Law on The Prevention of Covid 19 Transmission; and how to make the Law as a tool of social order and happiness. This research was aimed to find out a description on why there were still persons disobeyed the Law on masking and distancing and how the Law should be to meet its purposes. This is a socio-legal research, it analyses the Law and how it works in the society. The research found that disobedience was resulted from legal uncertainty on the norms of the principle of participation. It was found that of 191 respondents in Jakarta, 180 of them, or 94,24% answer that they obey the law, it showed they had real good knowledge of the law and its purpose to protect them. However, observation towards sellers on the streets and traditional market showed about 50 percent of them did not wear mask and talk close to each other without masking. The same thing also occurred with persons in the restaurants. Norms in the local Regulations on the rights of person in the principle of participation shall be clearly stated for legal certainty. The rights to notify any violator besides the in charge officials.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: law obedience; covid 19 prevention
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 29 Mar 2022 08:20
Last Modified: 29 Mar 2022 08:20

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