Conflict Of Regional Expansion In Indonesia

  • Suraji, Ahmad Bakri Putra ,Muhamad Ali Embi

Abstract

The context of regional expansion which is synergized with decentralization and regional autonomy is the
will of reform and regional demands, but in its implementation it is not proportional to the expectations
that are the goals of the pemekaran policy. According to Tryatmoko (2010) the issue of local governability
is not only marked by weakness or expansion of the results of regional expansion, but also the weakness of
the ability of the community to support local political and economic development. Furthermore Tryatmoko
(in Ratnawai as Isabella Jenin argues) that the issue of the effectiveness of government policy in governing
concerns efficiency and legitimacy. While the issue of consent from the governed includes the involvement
of the public in decision making and oversight of the netting of government. In this case, the division of
regions needs to receive attention and supervision, and it will gradually carry out and carry out the
evaluation in stages.

Published
2020-05-20
How to Cite
Suraji, Ahmad Bakri Putra ,Muhamad Ali Embi. (2020). Conflict Of Regional Expansion In Indonesia. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 2679-2685. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17284