Criminal Law Liability For Business Owners Who Do Not Implement Halal Product Warranties In Aceh
Keywords:Liability, Criminal Sanctions, Qanun, Halal Products
The guarantee of the halalness of a product is a mandatory requirement for Muslims, be it food, medicine or other consumer goods, whose halal products are suitable for consumption to consumers, which is the obligation of every trader. Likewise with government agencies providing halal certificates is an obligation so that the products circulating are guaranteed to be halal. And strict sanctions, especially criminal sanctions against perpetrators of internal violations who do not use the halal guarantee label, which have been regulated in Law Number 33 of 2014 concerning Halal Product Guarantees and the revision of Law Number 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation, especially specifically for the aceh province area which already has Aceh Qanun Number 8 of 2016 concerning the Halal Product Assurance System as a special region in Indonesia that implements Islamic law. By using normative research methods literature review and reviewing various kinds of legal literature. This research is a prescriptive normative legal research, this research uses a statute approach and technical regulations. The type of data used is secondary data. The data sources used include primary legal materials, secondary legal materials, and tertiary legal materials. The data collection technique used is literature study and data analysis techniques in this study are systematic interpretation, and teleological or sociological interpretation. The results of the study show that criminal liability for business actors who do not implement the halal product guarantee system in Aceh has not been carried out as it should be as expected. aspects of production and consumption. The government as the implementer of Aceh Qanun Number 8 of 2016 concerning the provisions of halal guarantees should carry out the uqubat ta'zir contained in the Qanun, be it minor or serious violations. The government must carry out supervision more evenly and not only on business actors who have obtained halal certification. for business actors in Aceh. inspections must be carried out and require all business actors to obtain halal certificates because the majority of consumers in Aceh are Muslims.
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