The Indonesian Supreme Court

The Indonesian Supreme Court

A Study of Institutional Collapse
Sebastiaan Pompe
Since the fall of Indonesian president Suharto, a major focus of the country's reformers has been the corrupt and inefficient judicial system. Within the context of a history of the Supreme Court in post-independence Indonesia, Sebastiaan Pompe analyzes the causes of the judiciary's failure over the last five decades. This study provides an essential background for those seeking to understand why legal reform has been so slow and frustrating in the post-1998 period.




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Subjects

Law : Law
Political Science : Political Science / Asia

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