Apa Yang Dimaksud Dengan Gentle Agreement

One of the most fundamental parts of the nation`s history is “Pancasila.” Pancasila, which means “five principles,” was agreed as a philosophy and a fundamental nation for the implementation of the Indonesian state. This agreement was born out of the awareness of all elements of the nation to live together to build a nation and a nation together. On 30 May, it was the turn of Islamic Representative Ki Bagus Hadikusumo, who is also president of PB Muhammadiyah, to deliver his speech. Professor Soepomo then shared his ideas in his speech on 31 May. On the last day of the trial, on 1 June, it was Sukarno`s turn to present his ideas. In this speech, Sukarno introduced the terms “Pancasila,” “Trisila” and “Ekasila,” which he suggested as the basis of the Indonesian state. Its origins refer to the famous German toll road; Highway. Where it was, until not so long ago, there was a motorway in Europe that did not implement the speed limit. So far, several parties suspect that Muslims are anti-Pancasila.

They continue to have the idea that Muslims are still moving so that the Constitution can return to the Jakarta Charter. To this Islamic group, they use the term “political Islam” or even “extreme right,” as the equivalent to the communist group called “extreme left.” The images have been popular since the 1960s, especially when the old order (Sukarno regime) stood until the G-30-S/PKI tragedy in its best moments. And this situation continued until the era of the New Order, although it was lost at the end of Suharto`s reign, between 1990 and 1998. But in the era of reform, the term has re-emerged. In a country currently threatened with bankruptcy, Islamophobia is recovering. Today, the presence is also clearly visible in various media campaigns. They are antipathy towards everything that contains Islam. As far as Sharia law is concerned, the wish is clear,” said Lukman Hakiem, author of a book on Islamic history and characters as well as former collaborators of the late General Masyumi and former Prime Minister of the Republic of Indonesia Mr Natsir. According to Lukman, to understand what the history of the state and Islamic relations looks like, the question of what happened around the development of the Jakarta Charter needs to be re-examined. First, it was to refer to what happened on 13 July 1945, namely the great meeting of the Preparation for Independence Efforts (BPUPK) to hear the report and ratify the work of the drafting committee of the Constitution.

The meeting will take place from July 13 to 16, from the morning until almost midnight. At the time, as chairman of the drafting committee of the Constitution of the General Assembly, Ir Sukarno reported on his work in the form of the independence plan, which was the precursor to the opening of the Constitution,” he said. However, according to Lukman, Sukarno went to great lengths to convince the participants in the Dokuritsu Zjunbi Tjoosakai meeting to accept the work of the nine-person design committee (later known as the Committee of Nine) as the best compromise between Islamic and national groups, the pros and cons emerged. The objection is particularly expressed against the phrase “seven words in the Jakarta Charter on the Islamic Shari`a”, namely: “The Deity with the duty to execute Islamic shari`a for his people…. It is therefore very clear that, from the adoption of the decree of 5 July 1959 to the present day, the existence of the Jakarta Charter of 22 June 1945 has a binding legal force in the country.

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