RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SUPPORT CONNECTIVITY MARINE TOLL TRANSPORT REGULATORY BASED ON PANCASILA JUSTICE

Maritime Law

  • Hartanto M.Mar.E Director of Poltektrans SDP Palembang and Student Doctor of Law, Sultan Agung Islamic University in Semarang
Keywords: Marine Toll, Sanctions, Connectivity, Pancasila Justice

Abstract

The idea of ​​marine toll is an attempt to realize first Nawacita is strengthening Indonesian identity as a maritime country and the third Nawacita, ie to develop Indonesia from the periphery to strengthen these areas and villages within the framework of a unitary state, in addition to the marine toll is also a confirmation that the country is actually present to all areas through ships that visited the region. Accelerating infrastructure development in particular the implementation of toll expressway connectivity of sea or ocean (sea connectivity) if it can be done well it will be able to unite the archipelago by sea. Based on the documents of the National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2015-2019, in the framework of the development of national connectivity to achieve a balance of development, the government has set a target increase of 24 strategic ports to support marine toll program. Marine toll presence is expected to drive the wheels of the economy efficiently and equitably so that Pancasila justice can be realized. 

Published
2019-12-17
How to Cite
M.Mar.E, H. (2019). RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SUPPORT CONNECTIVITY MARINE TOLL TRANSPORT REGULATORY BASED ON PANCASILA JUSTICE. INTERNATIONAL LAW REFORM JOURNAL, 1(1), 24-31. Retrieved from http://ejournal.aeji-institute.com/index.php/ILRJ/article/view/5