Yuyun Yulianah
Universitas Suryakancana

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Journal : Jurnal Hukum Mimbar Justitia

POTENSI PENYELEWENGAN ALOKASI DANA DESA DI KAJI MENURUT PERATURAN MENTERI DALAM NEGERI NOMOR 37 TAHUN 2007 TENTANG PENGELOLAAN KEUANGAN DESA Yulianah, Yuyun
Jurnal Hukum Mimbar Justitia Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Published 30 Desember 2015
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A lot of government aid which is allocated for village development is kind ofgovernment attention to rural areas. However, in this case the potency of Villagefinancial fraud is more likely to happen. It is not apart from the lack of thesupervision from district government officials on the funds flow process. In addition,which is also important is the human resources of government officials in the villageitself were generally weak. The amount of the Village Fund Allocation (ADD)received by the Head of Village is quite small and is not comparable with theresponsibility of the head of the village which is expected to organize villagedevelopment. Even worse, the ADD fraud culture by unscrupulous bureaucracy hascaused the fund received by the village was pretty small.Keywords: Regional Autonomy, Village Fund Allocation.
LAND TENURE SYSTEM DALAM MELINDUNGI LAHAN PERTANIAN PANGAN BERKELANJUTAN DAN KEDUDUKANNYA DALAM HUKUM AGRARIA NASIONAL Kamilah, Anita; Yulianah, Yuyun
Jurnal Hukum Mimbar Justitia Vol 2, No 2 (2016): Published 30 Desember 2016
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By the increasing of the population and the economic structural development, the need of land for non-agricultural activities are likely to rise. This phenomenon leads a conversion of agricultural land, especially the unavoidable paddy. The causative factors of agricultural land conversion are: (1) Population; (2) The need of non-agricultural soil; (3) Economy; (4) Socio-cultural; (5) Autonomous Region; and (6) Lack of regulation. The Impacts of this conversion not only threatening food security but also interfering the stability of the economy, social, political, and development of the general population. There are three ways in controlling the use of land, they are: (1) Regulation; (2) Acquisition and management, those are perfecting the system and rules of land selling and the perfection of land tenure patterns (Land Tenure system) in supporting efforts towards maintaining agricultural land; and (3) Incentive and charges.Keywords: Agricultural land conversion, Food Security, Land Tenure System