AL KHANIF, The Jakarta Post
Jember, East Java | Wed, June 1 2016 | 07:53 am

The Constitutional Court asserted in 2009 that Pancasila was a foundation of the state that could not be amended. As a supreme source of law in Indonesia’s legal system, Pancasila, which was founded 70 years ago, consists of five supreme principles that must inspire all legal, economic, political and social developments, including the spirit of pluralism of this diverse nation.


Source: The Jakarta Post

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