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Central authority and regional autonomy in Indonesia

J. D. Legge

Central authority and regional autonomy in Indonesia

a study in local administration, 1950-1960.

by J. D. Legge

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Local government -- Indonesia.,
    • Indonesia -- Politics and government -- 1950-1966

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJS7193.A8 L4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 291 p. 3 maps, diagrs., tables.
      Number of Pages291
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5824879M
      LC Control Number61012043
      OCLC/WorldCa29271854

      the Autonomy - Indonesia DR. H. Adi Suminto, MH., Assoc. Professor Research of Science University existence of central or regional regulations or regulations is formed that is none other than the etymological nature of the "command" relationship of authority or authority between the central government and the regional. Get the best deals on Law & Government Antiquarian & Collectable Books. Shop with Afterpay on eligible items. J D LEGGE / Central Authority and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia Study in Local. AU $ Subject: Law & Government. AU $ postage. G M SUDARTA / Indonesia AU $ Subject: Law & Government. AU $

        For the first time in the history of our regional autonomy, we have a law on local administration directly opened with articles related to the authority of the central government. Hidayat, Syarif and Firdausy, Carunia () Exploring Indonesian Local State-Elites’ Orientation Towards Local Autonomy, Jakarta: The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Legge, J.D. () Central Authority and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: A Study in Local Administration , New York: Cornell University Press.

      Indonesia is divided into provinces (Indonesian: Provinsi).Provinces are made up of regencies and cities. Provinces, regencies and cities have their own local governments and parliamentary bodies.. Since the enactment of Act Number 22 of on Local Government (the law was revised by Act Number 32 of ), local governments now play a greater role in administering their areas. The implementation of regional autonomy for decentralization is a complex and continuous change. In the initial step of decentralization, transfer of various types of authority is conducted from central government to various institutions, especially sub-national government institutions.


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Central authority and regional autonomy in Indonesia: a study in local administration, Buy This Book in Print summary InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply basic services like healthcare, national legislation and environment by: This volume is based in part upon observations made during a six months' visit to Indonesia between August and January After an initial period of five weeks spent in the Autonomy and Decentralization Division, Ministry of Internal Affairs, visits were made to three provinces - East Java, Central Sumatra and Sulawesi where, through the courtesy of local officials3/5(1).

About the Publication. InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply basic services like healthcare, national legislation and environment policies.

This edited volume is the first book, which not only deals with the legislation but also shows how the. Decentralization and regional autonomy in Indonesia: implementation and challenges / edited by Coen J.G.

Holtzappel and Martin Ramstedt. Decentralization in government—Indonesia. Local government—Indonesia. Autonomy—Economic aspects—Indonesia. Holtzappel, Coen.

Ramstedt, Martin. JS A3D29 ISBN (hard cover). ABSTRACT. After more than three decades under a centralized national government, Indonesia decided to implement a new policy of regional autonomy that became effective on January 1st, This paper examines both the preparations for and the initial implementation of autonomy in the regions, as well as some of the challenges which have emerged during implementation.

“ Colonial Masters, National Politicos, and Provincial Lords: Central Authority and Local Autonomy in the American Philippines, –” Journal of Asian Studies 59 (2): – Hutchcroft. authority of the central government.

On the other hand, Regency / City Government implement land service affairs authority according to the Law of Autonomy on the basis that in the Act Number 5 of also declared land matters can be delegated to local authorities. Keywords: land service dualism, regional autonomy, current issues 1.

Background. functions from the central government to intermediate and local governments or quasi-independent government organizations and/or the private sector”.2 1 Decentralization in Indonesia is virtually identical to use of the phrase “regional autonomy” in Indonesia and will be used interchangeably in this paper.

In most of Southeast Asian nations, decentralization has also been a central feature of fundamental transformation in the structure of government.

According toWhite and Smoke, (, p.1), the initial progress of decentralization in some Asian countries is likely gone smoothly as in the case of Indonesia with the so called “regional autonomy”. Colonial Masters, National Politicos, and Provincial Lords: Central Authority and Local Autonomy in the American Philippines, – - Volume 59 Issue 2 - Paul D.

Hutchcroft. Law Number 32 of on Regional Government and Law 33 of on Financial Balance between Central and Regional, respectively, that provides for authority and autonomy to the local government proportionately.

During ten years of the implementation of fiscal decentralization from tothe regional revenues in Indonesia grew by %. Encouraging a Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: An Analysis of Factors Affecting the Own Source Revenue of Central Java Province Central Authority and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia.

Critical Review of Regional Autonomy Policy In Indonesia. (3) A fair distribution of the financial resources among central, local and regional bodies. (4) A distribution of human resources is done in a fair manner between the central and the local government.

(5) The checks and balances between central and local government are in a formal and effective way. Explaining Regional Autonomy in Indonesia regional autonomy entails the devolution of authority from the central government to regional autonomy is a state decision and “countries with more such groups are less likely to accommodate them than countries with fewer such groups” (Mylonasp.

Get this from a library. Decentralization and regional autonomy in Indonesia: implementation and challenges. [Coen Holtzappel; Martin Ramstedt; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.;] -- InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply.

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