OMNIBUS LAW: REGULATIONS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF NARCOTIC ADDICTS IN INDONESIA
Entering the 13th year of the narcotics law, the problem of narcotics abuse has not been properly resolved. "Big" institutional stakeholders (leading sector) and regulations on the rehabilitation of "obese" narcotics addicts/abusers are suspected as complicating factors for efficient and effective law enforcement to tackle narcotics abuse. The problem is what is the urgency of structuring regulations regarding the rehabilitation of narcotics addicts in law enforcement, and how to formulate structuring regulations regarding the rehabilitation of narcotics addicts for efficiency in law enforcement. Structuring the regulations governing the rehabilitation of narcotics addicts/abusers will make it easier for law enforcement officials (APH) to determine the classification of a person as a Narcotics Addict or Narcotics Abuser or a victim of narcotics abuse. So that the principles and objectives of Law Number 35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics are fulfilled optimally. The ideal formulation for structuring regulations on the rehabilitation of narcotics addicts/abusers for efficiency in law enforcement is to use the omnibus law method to streamline sectoral regulations governing rehabilitation in one law.
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