Legal Politics In Erading The Crime Of Money Laundering In Indonesia

Abdul Haris


In recent years, crimes involving money have begun to emerge in both the banking and non-banking sectors. Like money laundering, which is clearly illegal because it provides incentives and protects against illicit money.Typologies (types) classified according to the ways money launderers carry out their laundering activities are (1) Concealment with in business structure, (2) Misuse of Legitimate Businesses, (3) Users of fake identities, fake documents, or intermediaries (use of fatse identities, documents, or straw men), (4) Exploiting issues relating to international jurisdiction (Exploiting International Jurisdictional Issues), (5) Use of types of assets that are without a name (Use of Anonimouns Aset Type).In Law No. 15 of 2002 concerning money laundering in Indonesia still has many weaknesses, so in the first amendment the definition which was not previously included is then included in Article (1) of Law No. 25 of 2003 which contains the following: Money laundering is placing, transferring, paying, spending, granting, entrusting, bringing abroad, exchanging or other actions for assets which he knows or should reasonably suspect are the proceeds of a criminal act with the intention of concealing, or disguise the origin of assets so that they appear to be legitimate assets.

Keywords: Political Law, Eradicating, Money Laundering.

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