Acceptance Announcement

The Committee of the 2nd Indonesian Constitutional Court International Symposium (ICCIS) 2018 has received many candidates to present their article at the Symposium. Those articles have been selected and assessed by reviewers.

Based on the assessment, 13 external articles fulfilled the requirements will be invited by the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia to take part in ICCIS 2018 which will be held on 1-3 October 2018 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Successful participants are as follows:

No Name Affiliation Title of the Article
1 Abdurrachman Satrio Faculty of Law University of Padjadjaran Constitutional Retrogression in Indonesia in the Times of Joko Widodo’s Government: How the Constitutional Court Can Save Democracy?
2 Dewi Nurul Savitri University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne Constitutionalism of International Treaty in France and Indonesia
3 Haleh Etemad Marvdasht University Two traditions of constitutionalism: Comparative Study of France and United State of America
4 Jin Wook Kim Constitutional Court of Korea Korean Constitutional Court and Constitutionalism in Political Dynamics – Focusing on Presidential Impeachment
5 Juan Sebastián Villamil Rodriguez The Autonomous University of Madrid The Conventionalization of Judicial Adjudication in Colombia
6 M. Lutfi Chakim The Seoul National University Constitutional Complaint and the Constitutional Court: Comparative Perspective
7 Mirza Satria Buana University of Lambung Mangkurat Indonesian Constitutional Court, Its Political Dynamics and Judicial Interpretation Approaches: In Search of Equilibrium
8 Moin Uddin & Hani Adhani International Islamic University Malaysia Freedom of Religion in Indonesia: An Analytical Study from Islamic Perspective
9 Nino Kashakashvili Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Constitutional Interpretation and Visions of Constitutional Justice
10 Proborini Hastuti “Veteran” National Development University of East Java Shifting the Character of the Constitutional Court Decision towards Political Constellation in Indonesia
11 Saniia Toktogazieva American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Constitutional Courts and Constitutionalism in the Context of Democratic Backsliding: the case of the Kyrgyz Republic
12 Stojadinovic Sonja Leftist Movement Solidarost Political Influence on the Constitutional Court in the Republic of Macedonia: Reflections through the dissenting opinions in the period of 2012-2015
13 Syed Fadhil Hanafi Syed A Rahman Bank Negara Malaysia Religion in the Malaysian Federal Constitution

Successful participants will be contacted for further details. The decision made by the Committe is Final. Thank you.