ANALISIS KONFLIK ANTARA KEPALA DAERAH DENGAN DEWAN PERWAKILAN RAKYAT DAERAH (DPRD) DKI DALAM PENETAPAN ANGGARAN PENDAPATAN BELANJA DAERAH (APBD) TAHUN 2015

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ANALYSIS
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The Analysis of conflict between regional head and Regional People's
Representatives Assembly (DPRD) in determining regional government budget
(APBD) 2015 shows of relationship between Regional Head and Regional
People's Representatives Assembly in terms of regional government functions.
Implementation of regional government functions will perform optimally if
implementation of government affairs are followed by sufficient distribution of
revenue sources to regional head. All financial resources related to any regional
government matters are recognized as regional finance. Management of regional
finance itself can’t be separated from budget that is better known as regional
government budget (APBD). Regional government budget is an instrument that
will ensure the creation of decision making process. Regional government budget
is one of the Regional People's Representatives Assembly (DPRD) decision
making duties. Regional government budget is a regional annual plan that are
discussed and agreed upon by regional government and Regional People's
Representatives Assembly (DPRD) and set by local regulations.
Regional Government Budget (APBD) is prepared and implemented by
local governments . All the activities carried out by local governments are based
on the development design and allocations which require the approval of DPRD.
Regional People's Representatives Assembly (DPRD) function includes
establishing regulations, budgeting and oversights. One is to supervise the
implementation of the Regional Budget (APBD) to avoid any deviation. This
could be viewed as accountability instrument for regents, governor or mayor in
regards to DPRD. However, in practice it is not uncommon to be a potential
source of conflict between Regent, Governor, or Mayor and DPRD.
Keywords: Conflict, Regional Government, Regional Head, DPRD, Regional
Finance, APBD

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