Implementation Of Pancasila Value During Covid-19 Pandemic: Case Study From Musi, Rawas District, Indonesia

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Juliana Tirza


A case that draws researcher attention to criticism is the deduction of direct cash assistance funds in the Musi Rawas area, South Sumatra. In the era of the Covid-19 pandemic, Indonesia is hit by an economic crisis that touches all society levels. The economic crisis can be seen from many businesses that went bankrupt, and workers who were laid off or laid off. Therefore, the government provides social support for middle to lower-income communities affected by the crisis, ranging from foodstuffs to cash assistance. However, it turns out that all of this is not easy to get into the community's hands as a whole. Until now, Indonesia is still trying to get away from the problem of corruption. Corruption in Indonesia occurs from the government to the general public. In Indonesia, corruption has become commonplace and underestimated by the public because of the lack of a sense of unity within the community and more concerned with individual interests that impact people and other layers of society. The efforts taken to eradicate corruption have not shown any signs of success. Therefore, we would like to examine the following matters, which are why is corruption considered to violate the values of Pancasila? And how is the implementation of Pancasila values in the corruption case at Musi Rawas? The method used was qualitative with observation as the tools of data collection. This case study found that that corruption occurred because they didn’t implement Pancasila values in everyday life. Therefore we can increase understanding of Pancasila values and educate others to overcome the moral crisis in Indonesia. In this challenging time, all society levels are affected, but that does not mean that all means can be justified for personal gain

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