ASPECTS OF GOVERNMENT COERCION IN ENVIRONMENTAL LICENSING LAW TO PREVENT ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS IN INDONESIASolechan, Kadek Cahya Susila Wibawa and Aga Natalis
Law enforcement in question is through administrative law; with the existence of administrative law, it is expected that the public can obey the rules to increase awareness of the rules; one form of law enforcement is government coercion. Based on the above problems, this study aims to analyze government coercion in environmental licensing law to prevent environmental crises in Indonesia. The study uses a type of normative juridical research with descriptive-analytical research specifications. The results showed that the governmentâs coercion is one of the natural forms of government action used to end violations and reverse the original state of government. Aspects of government coercion are helpful to improve regulations with firm sanctions, especially in the implementation of the Environmental Impact Analysis for sustainable development, where sustainable development impacts the environment itself. There are also unlimited administrative sanctions against government coercion sanctions, payment of forced money and revocation of permits. However, it also regulates other administrative sanctions as stipulated in Article 76 paragraph (2) consisting of a written reprimand, government coercion, freezing of environmental permits, revocation of environmental permits.