KARL MARX'S THEORY AND ITS APPLICATION IN LAW IN INDONESIA AS A DEMOCRACY
This study aims to analyze Karl Marx's theory and its application to law in Indonesia as a democratic country. The results showed that Marxism is an understanding taken from the philosopher Karl Marx, where it rejects the theory of natural rights, because a right is state ownership or collectivity (respository of all rights). Marxism is a philosophy that must not be static, but must actively make changes because the most important thing is action and matter, not ideas. Marx explained his views on the theory of class conflict, giving birth to Communism. Communism in Indonesia which is considered as a prohibition through the Decree of the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia No. XXV / MPRS / 1966 concerning the Dissolution of the Indonesian Communist Party, Declaration as a Banned Organization throughout the territory of the Republic of Indonesia for the Indonesian Communist Party and Prohibition of Any Activities to Spread or Develop the Beliefs or Teachings of Communism / Marxism-Leninism (TAP MPRS No. XXV / MPRS / 1966).
Karl Marx Theory, Communism, The State of Law, Democracy