The Government's Efforts Through Legal Politics In Hajj Management

Dhanar Dhono Vernandhie


The politics of law does not escape the formation of regulations on the implementation of hajj in Indonesia, which is a series of binding regulations between each item related to the implementation, from departure to the return of congregations.Because it involves a large number of pilgrims and a series of activities carried out both in Indonesia and in Saudi Arabia, organizing the Hajj requires a complex and interrelated management and system of organizing worship. Due to this need, the organization of the pilgrimage is then regulated in law and its implementation is carried out by the government and society. The first law regulating the implementation of the haj pilgrimage was Law Number 17 of 1999, which was later refined by Law Number 13 of 2008 concerning the Implementation of the Hajj.The mandate given by Law No. 17 of 1999 junto Law No.13 of 2008 concerning the Implementation of Hajj, in which the Minister of Religion is given the mandate as a public task to organize the hajj in collaboration with banks receiving deposits to manage BPIH by making an agreement. As for the legal relationship between the Government (Minister of Religion) and Candidates for Hajj Pilgrims, the Ministry of Religion is the Regulator, Operator and Supervisor of Hajj organizers.

Keywords: Government Efforts, Political Law, Hajj Management.

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