THE OBJECTIVITY OF THE BUSINESS COMPETITION SUPERVISORY COMMISSION IN DECIDING BUSINESS COMPETITION CASES IN INDONESIA

Rifqon Khairazi

Abstract


This study discusses the commission board's objectivity in a trial while deciding a business court case. This study aims to identify the commission board and investigators' authority in a courthouse, and the fact that they are in the same institution as well as the concern. This study uses a type of normative research through a statutory approach and a conceptual approach. This research's data source is obtained by tracing statutory regulations, especially those related to business competition. The research shows a relationship that can affect The Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC) decision regarding the extent of authority that ICC has, as contained in the provisions of Article 36 of Law No. 5/1999. This obscurity can provide legal loopholes that have potentially offer a wide range of unlawful authority for ICC. Therefore, the Government has to amend the current regulation


Keywords


The Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC); Antitrust Law; Business Competition

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.56444/ulrev.v5i1.2205

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