THE SYNERGY OF THE REGULATION OF ABUSE OF AUTHORITY OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS IN THE CORRUPTION LAW AND THE GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION LAW
This research aims to analyze the synergy of the regulation of abuse of authority of government officials in government administration laws and corruption laws and analyze the ideal form in assessing abuse of authority of government officials' actions. The type of research used is normative legal research. The author conducts research using a statutory approach, namely by examining the regulation of abuse of authority of government officials in government administration laws and corruption laws. The type of data used is secondary data. The results obtained through literature studies are directly arranged systematically and analyzed in accordance with normative research methods. The results of this study are: 1). The provisions of abuse of authority regulated in the Government Administration Law clarify the meaning of abuse of authority in Article 3 of the Corruption Crime Law so that previously there was no understanding or definition of abuse of authority in the Corruption Crime Law with the presence of the Government Administration Law, making clear the meaning of abuse of authority in the Corruption Crime Law. 2). The assessment of whether or not there is an abuse of authority in the actions of government officials must be proven by a State Administrative Court Decision which will prove two things, the first related to the existence of authority and the second related to the procedure for using authority.
Synergy, Abuse of Authority, Government Officials