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After the ratification and promulgation of the Job Creation Law Number 11 of 2020 on November 2, 2020, as a follow-up to the disagreements of various parties, especially from the workers/labor unions, they immediately filed a lawsuit for a review of the law to the Constitutional Court, especially in the manpower sector. In the judicial and formal review conducted by the Constitutional Court, the final conclusion in the Constitutional Court Decision stated that the Job Creation Act was declared contrary to the 1945 Constitution. As a result of the decision, various opinions and polemics emerged from various parties, especially those who felt interested. From various opinions, at least it can be concluded that there are those who say they are no longer valid, there are those who say they are still valid and there are also those who say that they are still valid but temporarily. Based on this, the author is interested in examining more deeply how the legal position of the Job Creation Act is after this Constitutional Court Decision.
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