THE OBLIGATION OF INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT TO RATIFY THE ROME STATUTE FOR THE GLOBAL JUSTICE
ISLAMI, MUHAMMAD NUR
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The Rome Statute is an international document produced by the 1998 UN international meeting in Rome. Since July 1, 2002, this document has become international law. Indonesia has taken an active part in the meeting, and has accepted it, but has not yet ratified it as an integral part of Indonesian law. As a member of the United Nations, it is very urgent to ratify this document, as a sign of a civilized country ready to carry out global justice. Indonesia, as a country that pays attention to human rights, is required to be brave enough to ratify this Statute. Ratification is seen as necessary because it wants to accept international law into national law. What has been accepted has an important meaning at the international level. This statute knows no exceptions and wants to fight for an end to impunity, and in the future, justice will be fought for both within Indonesia itself and globally. In addition, Indonesian experts can contribute ideas and various other matters concerning justice to the international world.