KEKUASAAN PRESIDEN (Studi Komparatif RI dengan Beberapa Negara Maju)

Abdul Ghoffar


The Presidential power after the amandment of 1945 Constitution has decreased. Many people think that
such decreases are excessive because in practice, majority of the president’s policy requires approval of the Parliementary,
making the President has difficulty in running the government. To avoid confusion, the researcher is
interested in conducting research related to the presidential power of the President of Indonesia compared to the
power of head of state/and or head of government in eight developed countries, namely the United States, Russia,
Japan, China, Kuwait, Australia, and South Africa. In conducting the research, the researcher uses reseach methods
of juridicial, historical and comparative approaches. The result of this study indicates that Indonesian Presidential
power is quite enormous compared to the power owns by the head of states and / or head of governments in the
above mentioned countries. Only Kuwait Amir’s power can defeat Indonesian Presidential power. The power of
Kuwait Amir is similar to Indonesian Presidential power before 1945 Constitution amandment.


Presidents; Head of state; Power (social scienees).

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