Center of Constitutional and Governance Studies (PSKK)
– BACKGROUND OF ESTABLISHMENT
Dynamics of constitution after reformation, especially after the amendment of the 1945 Constitution, have placed studies in constitutional field in an important role in managing the constitutional system. The amendment of the 1945 Constitution also triggers renewal and development of law in various fields, especially in connection with the development of new institutions in the constitutional system, for example in the formation of new institutions in the 1945 Constitution such Supreme Court, Judicial Commission and Regional Representative Council bring consequences of institutional arrangements in law. Thus, current constitutional studies are developed in line with emergence of various laws and regulations as a derivation of the amendment of the 1945 Constitution.
The continued dynamics as a consequence of the 1945 amendment is a constitutional practice, primarily played by state institutions. The statutory dynamics of constitutional practice are often more interesting because there are new things that are beyond the reach of legislation regulating the institutional state. At some point the dynamics are tangible in the form of conflicts within institutions or institutional conflicts. The dynamics is also triggered by the decisions of the Constitutional Court as a constitutional court arising from the third amendment of the 1945 Constitution. At level of legal interaction, dynamics is also born as a consequence of migration and replication of governance and governance in other legal systems. With such dynamics, then governance (governance) in the state administration can not only be seen wearing glasses “written constitution” but must also be seen from practice. Such a dynamic of state administration has been proven to be contributed by the higher learning with ideas and thoughts.
Being a center that contributes to the reform of state administration and the governmental administration as well as the container of academic development for lecturers and students
To realize the vision, the following missions are created:
Development of coordination and governmental research
Development of study on problems of state and governance practice
Academic development for lecturers and students through interaction of ideas and thoughts
The establishment of the study center is intended to:
Contributing to state-reform and governance reform efforts
Building academic dynamics in the study of constitution and governance
Developing a network for contributions to and development of academic networks for lecturers academic development.