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Digitalising Court Processes in Indonesia

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The system for managing cases in Indonesia will transition to a computerised system. Hasbi Hasan, the Secretary of the Supreme Court (Mahkamah Agung/MA), had a conversation with the Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (PANRB), who is responsible for administrative and bureaucratic reform. They discussed accelerating the digitalising law case management process, which will make the process more efficient and straightforward while also decreasing the amount of paper used for case files.

MA Secretary Hasbi Hasan emphasised that his staff is dedicated to speeding up the SPBE in case processing. Case papers are kept in a separate facility at the MA, which is ineffectual and takes up a significant amount of room. In addition, according to the regulations of Law no. 43/2009 concerning Archives, the court records of a case over 30 years old are eligible for destruction.

Both the Electronic-Based Government System (SPBE) and the instruction given by President Joko Widodo greatly emphasise digitalising this process. The Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Affairs, Anas, stated once again that there should be no more application development during the implementation of SPBE. He said that what was required was to incorporate it. This standardisation unquestionably significantly affects the management of cases, including the visibility of the challenges that can arise. After the hearing at the PANRB Ministry Office in Jakarta,

Minister Anas elaborated that integrating electronic service systems across all government departments is a priority for SPBE. In addition, the applications that MA develops will be simplified to make them more straightforward to use and incorporate with other systems. “Within the realm of MA itself, there are many possibilities. Hasbi expressed their commitment to simplifying the system and will have a meeting soon with the agency.

Indonesia continues to impose digitalisation upon all sectors of society. Government officials stressed the need to advance the digital economy to the next stage. It is estimated that by 2030, Southeast Asia’s digital economy will be worth $1 trillion, up from $204 billion in 2021. The digital economy can grow even further now that Southeast Asia has a total “online population” of 440 million people and is expected to keep growing.

The startup industry can act as a catalyst in boosting economic strength and speeding up the rebuilding process. As a result of the work done by startups in Indonesia’s digital environment, the country’s digital economy is expanding quickly. So far, Indonesia has produced nine unicorns and two decacorns among its 2,506 startups, placing it in sixth place globally.

After a virtual keynote speech at the Press Conference Launching the Study Institute for Community Economic Research, University of Indonesia, Coordinating Minister for the Economy Airlangga Hartarto emphasised startup importance role.

“Through their novel approaches, startups significantly contribute to economic growth, social well-being, and long-term viability. All levels of society—from the government and businesses to trade groups and universities—must work together to foster a thriving digital environment.”

He guaranteed government support for the digital sector by passing laws that encourage business expansion, tech infrastructure improvement, and employee education and development. In addition, the business sector can help by innovating and cooperating to raise Indonesia’s digital goods and services market presence and viability.

On the other hand, community members can help by bolstering digital knowledge, allowing them to make the most of digital tools while mitigating associated risks. Startups can help facilitate the transformation of MSMEs by continually innovating to provide superior solutions, supporting the goal of onboarding 30 million MSMEs by 2024, enabling the issuance of NIB for MSMEs, bolstering MSME local products, and increasing MSME literacy and training.

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