Politik Indonesia: Indonesian Political Science Review
Vol 6, No 2 (2021): Politics and Public Services

The Determinant of Policy Termination Post-Leadership Succession in Indonesia Context

Iswahyudi, Fajar (Unknown)
Hadna, Agus Heruanto (Unknown)
Darwin, Muhadjir (Unknown)
Kutanegara, Pande Made (Unknown)

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Publish Date
07 Aug 2021


Theoretically, termination of policy is due to policy effectiveness. However, in leadership succession, there is a responsibility to acknowledge voters' preferences. Thus, post-leadership succession policy termination can be caused by the policies' effectiveness and voters' policy preferences. This research tries to explain how policy effectiveness and voter preferences become determinants of post-leadership succession policy termination. The analysis was carried out using the multi-stream framework (MSF) developed by Kingdon. The case study chosen was the termination of the River Concretization Policy (RCP) in Jakarta, Indonesia. The research method used is qualitative. This research finds that RCP termination's determinants are effectivity of the program and voter policy preference. This research reaffirms the importance of policy effectiveness and voter policy preference as a foundation for policy termination in post-leadership succession. 

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Politik Indonesia: Indonesian Political Science Review is political science's premier scholarly research journal on Indonesian politics, providing peer-reviewed articles and review essays from subfields throughout the discipline. Areas covered: local politics, ethics and politics, public policy, and ...