Every country has a system, norms and legal principles that vary according to the context of the country’s territory. Usually this legal system is influenced by customs, religion, and the colonial heritage that had colonized the country.
The cia.gov page writes that Indonesia adheres to a rule of law legal system which is derived from the Roman-Dutch principle. This system is a composition of the legacy of Dutch colonialism, governed by a mixture of customary law and religion recognized in Indonesia. While the source of law was adapted from Anglo Saxon countries and continental European law.
The continental European legal system is the source of Indonesian law, which is a legal system that prioritizes the source of written law as the source of law. The purpose of implementing the law is to obtain legal certainty for all citizens.
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