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Title: Liability For Players that Send Children As Beggars of Law Positive Perspective Indonesia
Authors: Hasibuan, H.A Lawali
Keywords: liability
law positive perspective
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: STIE LMII Medan
Abstract: Discussion of legal accountability for the perpetrators who ordered the child to begging. Command having the child do the begging, in addition to appearing from the child's parents can also arise from certain parties who do the begging children in coordination. These problems are factors causing exploitation of children for begging and sanctions given to the perpetrators who send children into beggars. The cause of child exploitation to be used as a criminal is Internal and external factors. Internal factors is more directed to the family circumstances of factors which illustrated a state in individuals and families of children who are exploited for begging that encourages them to do the begging activities. These factors are the poverty of individuals and families, age, forma·1 education, parental permission, low skills and mental attitude. External factors are environmental factors that surround or around the elderly beggar both in the area of origin or destination. Criminal law policy against offenders who send children as beggars can be categorized as a criminal so that the perpetrators are liable to imprisonment or a fine or both at once. Imprisonment is a maximum of ten (10) years, while the maximum fine of Rp. 2 00,000,000.00 (two hundred million rupiah). Criminal accountability for perpetrators who are falling child beggars are the acts as stipulated in the provisions of Article 301 of the Criminal Code and Article 76 I and Article 88 of Law No. 35 of 2 014 on the Amendment of Act No. 23 of 2 002 on Protection of Children set about telling children do the begging is a criminal offense and the perpetrator may be subject to criminal sanctions.
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