Duties and powers of the judicial commission


Hi, friends!See you again in the same deh mimin mimin..sekarang want ngebahas about agencies in our country that institution .. kepoin yahh Judicial Commission.
These institutions were set forth in Article 24B of the 1945 Constitution and Act No. 18 of 2011 on the amendment of Law No. 22 Year 2004 concerning Judicial Commission.
Interest in these institutions that shape their political commitment to in berlakukannya one-stop system, namely the transfer of financial authority, personal, administration and organization of the courts of Human Rights and the Department of Justice to the Supreme Court.
Demanding legal reform agenda to be implemented is the idea of ​​the idea in the form of this institution.This institution bertempatan in the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia.The authority of this institution is as follows.
1. Asking the appointment of justices to the House of Representatives (in this case KY agency is responsible for registering, selecting, establishing, and propose nominees to the Parliament).
2. Uphold the honor and dignity as well as keeping the behavior of judges in all courts.
In order to carry out its authority is the honor and dignity as well as keeping the behavior of judges, this institution has a duty to supervise the conduct of judges.
The supervisory duties are as follows.
1. Accept the public reports regarding deviant behavior of judges.
2. Ask for regular reports to the judiciary about the deviant behavior of judges.
3. Check the alleged breach of conduct of judges and allegedly violated the code of conduct of judges.
4. Call and ask for an explanation from the judge that the suspect violated the code of conduct of judges
5. Make the examination report form of a recommendation to be submitted to the Supreme Court or the Constitutional Court, whose actions are submitted to the President and Parliament.
As set out in Article 34 UUD 1945, expressly forbids the authority of state government (executive) to address or reduce the authority of an independent judicial authority which has been guaranteed by the constitution.
Thus, the judicial authority which is free from the influence of government power in an effort to guarantee and protect freedom of the people of the possibility of arbitrary action of government and law enforcement agencies or other relevant institutions.