OPTIMALIZATION OF THE ROLE OF THE DPRD (Regional House of Representative) IN THE PREPARATION OF REGIONAL REGULATIONS

Budi Alimudin, Gunarto ., Eman Suparman

Abstract


In general, the role of DPRD is manifested in three functions, namely, 1. Regulator.

Arranging all regional interests, including local (autonomous) regional government affairs and

central government affairs submitted to the regions (assistance tasks); 2. Policy Making.

Formulate development policy and planning of development program in its area; 3.

Budgeting.Regional budget planning (APBD). In its role as a representative body, the DPRD

places itself as a balance power which balances and exercises effective control over the

Regional Head and all levels of local government, it can be said that the role and function of

DPRD legislation in the implementation of Regional Government able to position itself as a

partner executive work.

The problems that often occur in the formulation of Regional Regulations in the

DPRD is the lack of understanding of some members of the DPRD to the legislative function

attached to it, and the low level of knowledge and ability (read: education) DPRD. The weak

selling value and weak DPRD bargaining position against the draft Local Regulations

proposed by the executive make the DPRD must participate in the grooves that the executive

has designed. The existence of irregularities in the drafting of local regulations by some

members of parliament itself concerning certain policies, by making an unwritten agreement

with the Unit of Regional Device Organizations (SOPD) in approving the draft Raperda

submitted by the executive, which then "oknum" DPRD members came to the Unit (SOPD) in

the name of the person or group / group that submitted (read: ask for the willingness of SOPD

to grant what he wants) in relation to the draft Raperda into Perda.

The optimization of DPRD in formulating the Regional Regulation with Bupati is not

only in the limited scope of the problem; arrangement, systematics and language.

Arrangement, including layout, basic political use (weighing); the legal basis (remembering);

distribution and use of Chapter, section of chapter, verse and so on. Systematics, including

among others the sequence of problems (from simple to complex), the order of subject matter

and supporting material. Language, including the use of simple language, monolithic terms

(absolute), sentence structure (passive or active sentences, commands or prohibitions).

 


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