Abstract

In the life of the state, each country has specific guidelines that can regulate and bind complexly to the lives of people in the country, including in governance arrangements relating to government. This paper discusses and examines the specific guidelines in question, or can be interpreted as a state constitution. The focus of the study on the constitution of the state is the constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, namely the post-Amendment 1945 Constitution which can be implicitly deemed relevant to Ṣaḥīfah Al-Madīnah or Medina Charter which is the result or Mu'aqadah al-Waṭāniyah made on the agreement between Rasulullah SAW and people the Madinah at that time. Because it is considered to have constitutional content as a constitution of a modern state, the author uses the reflective aspect of Ṣaḥīfah Al-Madīnah normatively in terms of constitutional content in the Republic of Indonesia