Problematika Penegakan Hukum Kegiatan Pertambangan Batuan Ilegal di Kota Samarinda

  • Ruth Laksmi Charisma Faculty Of Law, Mulawarman University
Keywords: mining, illegal, samarinda


In Governor Regulation number 4 of 2015 concerning Guidelines for Implementing Non-Metallic Mineral and Stone Mining Business Permits in East Kalimantan Province in article 5 paragraph 1 states that every non-metal mineral mining business is required to have an IUP from the Governor. This study aims to determine the factors that cause illegal stone mining in samarinda and to find out law enforcement efforts against illegal stone mining in Samarinda.

This type of research uses the Normative-Empirical method, namely legal research whose object of study includes the study of legislation and applies it to legal events. The analysis used is a qualitative descriptive analysis.

From the results of the research concluded that there are economic factors and legal factors that make the emergence of illegal mining and law enforcement efforts against illegal stone mining in the city of Samarinda have not been carried out optimally so as to make the existence of illegal stone mining which is still operating today.


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