THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ROLES AND FUNCTIONS OF REGIONAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (DPRD)BASED ON LAW STATE FRAMEWORK TO ACHIEVE GOOD GOVERNANCE

Agus Sukadi, Gunarto -, Soegianto -

Abstract


In general, there are at least three assumptions that always arise about the

implementation of the function of the DPRD, namely the DPRD is considered less able

to perform its function as a balanced and effective partner of the regional head. This

assumption is generally adopted by political observers who tend to assess the role of

regional head is still quite dominant in the implementation of local government.

Secondly, the DPRD is considered too far interfere in the field of duties of the regional

head, thus tending to deviate from its main function as a regional government agency

that organizes legislation functions. This assumption is embraced by regional executive

officers. Finally, DPRDs are considered not to have equal opportunities with regional

heads to formulate local government policies. This assumption is generally circulated

among members of parliament.The above assumption actually provides a connoting

understanding that the legislator has not fully understood the supervisory function that

leads to a region-building policy of politics in line with the idea or executive program.

Starting from this concept, sometimes the supervisory function is used as a weapon to

perform refresive action to destroy the policy of regional head.


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