The Village Independency: Decentralization Policy in Indonesia Perspective

Suharto, Didik G. (2014) The Village Independency: Decentralization Policy in Indonesia Perspective. ASPA Indonesia International Seminar and IAPA Annual Conference 2012.

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    Abstract: In a variety of sectors, vii/age has many problems. The estuary of such problems the vii/age faces is in the problem of regulation about the vii/age governance system. This study aims to analyze the implementation of decentralization in vii/age governance; and the vii/age independency in decentralization policy. Based on the result of study, the following result can be obtained: (1) the (political/bureaucratic) authority transfer during the enactment of Act Number 22/1999 reveals the highest/largest weight compared with the Act Number 32/2004 and Act Number 5/1974, both in regulative and implementative levels; (2) the construction of decentralization built in governing local government equals to that built in governing the vii/age government; (3) the objective of vii/age decentralization has not been achieved because (autonomy) decentralization in Indonesia ceases up to the regency/city government; (4) the existence of village is weak because it has no strong position and adequate resource; (5) from administrative/economic independency perspective, there is predisposition of improved society independency on the one hand, and stagnancy or regression of vii/age government independency on the other hand; (6) from the political independency perspective, the change occurring is closely related to end highly affected by the design of prevailing legislation, and (7) the aspects potentially affect the vii/age independency can be divided into internal and external factors. Keywords: Decentralization, Independency, Village, Indonesia

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
    Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik
    Depositing User: Noviana Daruwati Kusuma Adi
    Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2014 17:54
    Last Modified: 13 Sep 2016 16:49

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