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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 12, December 2017 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

The Return Of State Financial Losses: Analysis Of Money-Laundering Crime

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James Simanjuntak, M. Syukri Akub, Muhadar, Andi Sofyan



Criminal Law, Corruption, Money-Laundering



The criminal act of corruption is more systematic and has been categorized as extraordinary crime and its scope has entered all aspects of community life. The importance of research is conducted to determines law enforcement of corruption crime in the return of State’ financial loss and the return of corruption asset through money laundering crime instrument. The research was carried out in Papua Province - Indonesia. The results shows that the relation between corruption and money-laundering is closely related. The corruption is one of the predicate crimes from money laundering. The corruption is an extraordinary crime that has resulted in huge State financial losses, which in fact the large of State financial losses as proceeds of corruption is not proportional to the large of the return of the State financial loss, because the orientation of law enforcement of corruption is still to perpetrators. Therefore, in order to return the State financial loss optimally, law enforcement orientation should also be directed against the assets of the criminal act of corruption.



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