Indonesian National Social Security Management Law Problematics with the Enabling of Law Number 40 of 2004 Concerning a National Social Security System
Keywords:Law Problematics, National Social Security System, Healthcare and Social Security Agency
This study discusses legal problems that occur in the management of Indonesia’s national social security
with the enactment of Law number 40 of 2004. This research is a normative legal research with a conceptual
and statutory approach. This study uses the theory of Laurence M. Friedman as a knife of analysis that the
problem of managing national social security includes institutional structures, substance, the Healthcare
and Social Security Agency and The National Social Security regulation and legal culture. It is hoped that
the management of national social security will accelerate the transfer of management of the Savings Fund
and Civil Servant Insurance Company and the Social Insurance of the Armed Forces of the Republic of
Indonesia Company, so that they do not have to wait up to 25 years.
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