Rizqi Bachtiar
Fakultas Ilmu Administrasi, Universitas Brawijaya

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Critically Examining The Arrangements of Fiscal Decentralization in Indonesia Bachtiar, Rizqi
Jurnal Transformative Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Pilkada Serentak dan Pemerintahan
Publisher : Faculty of Social and Political Science Universitas Brawijaya

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As an implication of the implementation of decentralization in Indonesia, the authority to manage income and spending autonomously by local governments in Indonesia is undeniable. However, the power should be managed and used proportionally. The central government should not lose its control of the local governments, while the local governments maintain the authority to manage its area. This paper examines the proportions of the fiscal authority given by the central government to the local governments in Indonesia. In short, this research finds that in general, the framework of fiscal decentralization in Indonesia is going well. Some research also offers positive findings of fiscal decentralization in Indonesia. However, there are also some serious problems resulting from the implementation of fiscal decentralization in Indonesia, such as vertical fiscal imbalance and corruption. These problems need to be reduced by issuing technical and specific regulations and by ensuring that those regulations are both monitored and implemented.
Jejaring Kelembagaan Bawaslu dalam Penanganan Pelanggaran Pemilihan Umum Serentak Tahun 2019 Setiawan, Andi; Ulfah, Irma Fitriana; Bachtiar, Rizqi
Resolusi: Jurnal Sosial Politik Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Department of Political Science - Universitas Sains Al-Qur’an

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Elections are a way of changing leadership carried out by democratic countries. In Indonesia there are election management institutions including the KPU, Bawaslu and DKPP. Each of these institutions has their own duties and functions and makes it possible to cooperate with each other. Not long ago, Indonesia held a Simultaneous Election held in 2019 which has more complexity than the previous election. With the complexity of the problem, demanding that the election organizers act more effectively so that the election administration runs well. This paper describes the strategic steps in carrying out the functions of the institution through relations between institutions and stakeholders. The conclusion of this paper shows that the Indonesian Election Supervisory Body as one of the organizing institutions in carrying out its supervisory functions conduct relationships between institutions which are categorized into four subjects, namely: (1) Government Institutions, (2) Non Government Organizations (NGOs), (3) Universities, and (4) Media.
Improving Indonesia's Commitment to Open Government Through Online Petition Kusumaningrum, Adi; Bachtiar, Rizqi; Listiningrum, Prischa
Indonesian Journal of International Law
Publisher : UI Scholars Hub

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Since 2011 Indonesia has joined as a member of Open Government Partnership, which is an international platform for countries committed to making their government more open, accountable, and responsive to citizens. However, the implementation of open government in Indonesia is criticized by some researchers because of the simplification of meaning. Open government is often described as uploading all government information into the official government website.Therefore, alternative policies are needed to ensure the openness of the government. This study offers the idea of ​​creating an online petition system officially administered by the House of Representatives as an alternative forum. The petition system offered is different from the conventional online petition system, because the conventional system does not have clear legal umbrella and is managed by Non-Governmental Organizations. By comparing the advantages and disadvantages of the addition of the authority to the Parliament, it is expected that the system will strengthen the oversight function by the Parliament. Nevertheless, the alternative solution offered in this study is highly dependent on the political will of the government and the House of Representatives in making clear and legal rules.