Inhibiting Factors Implementation of Tripartite Agreement in Indonesia

Vita Cita Emia Tarigan

Abstract


The environment of the world is a gift from Allah SWT without a healthy environment, the survival of the future is a necessity. The most important and urgent problem now is pollution, especially contamination of the marine environment. One of the most vulnerable places in the world today is the Malacca Strait, as many accidents vessel leading to high levels of pollution in this strait. One solution to this problem is the publication of The Agreement on Navigation Safety in The Straits of Malacca and Singapore in 1977 or commonly known as the Tripartite Agreement. However, instead of diminishing the problem of marine pollution due to accidents, especially ship in Indonesian waters in the Malacca Strait was even more severe. As for the problem of this research is the lack of clarity of legislation as one of the barriers faced by Indonesia in the implementation of the tripartite agreement. This method using a right socio-historical approach and conceptual approach used in the legal approach and the sociological approach is used to support the legal approach. The legal material used is material in International Law and National, also conducted interviews to those who have relevance to this study. The data collection process will be done in the literature and the field. The results based on the theory of joint Edy Pratomo, Indonesia should made the Tripartite Agreement is added to the basis of the formation of the implementing regulations in terms of environmental pollution control marine in the waterway since the tripartite agreement does not require ratification in implementation and problems control was important and urgent for the survival of many citizens Indonesia. Later this regulation will also serve as an effort to harmonize and synchronize the many regulations in Indonesia regarding the control of pollution of the marine environment.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v5i1.11489

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