Protection of the Indonesian Marine Economy through the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Regulation Number 56 of 2016

Tulus Prijanto

Abstract

The results show that the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Regulation Number 56 of 2016 is a regulation made to maintain the sustainability and sustainability of ecosystems and fishery resources, especially crabs, lobsters, and crabs. Because we realize it or not that Indonesia's marine wealth is very abundant, especially we are a maritime country. Therefore, the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Regulation Number 56 of 2016 from a legal standpoint is part of protecting Indonesia's marine economy.

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