THE ROLE OF ADAT LAW IN THE FULFILLMENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AS AN INDONESIAN CITIZEN
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Before we discuss about the role of adat law in the fulfillment of the constitutional rights of indigenous peoples as a citizen of Indonesia, first discussed notions of adat law, the existence of adat law, adat law and research methods. The customary or culture derived from the arabic language which means habits of a society that is spatially ajeg ( carried persistent ), maintained by its supporters. From the custom or culture was born a term of civilization. The customary or culture of a nation is a reflection of personality. The custom or culture is the reflection of personality of a nation. It is the personification of the soul of a nation that which is constantly growing in terms of evolution for centuries and form of culture. The development of the customary or culture, although brisk but not unpacked all the people, cultural roots because in them there are values that became the foundations. The development has always been a fundamental value enshrined into their guidelines to change, update, or remove any part of it if that habit is no longer functional. If this custom has been passed for many years and has veined root in conscience, a member of society it became civilization.
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