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Indonesia is a country rich in natural resources. Due to Dutch and Japanese occupation, Indonesia suffers from poverty. For that came the ideals of establishing an independent and prosperous country. The founding fathers and the framers of constitution formulate the ideals of an independent and prosperous country stated in Chapter XIV on Social Welfare in Articles 33 and 34 that adopt the welfare state ideology. In this concept the government controls the natural resources of mining for social welfare. So, the legal politics of mining law should serve the people's welfare.
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