Decentralization principles in the implementation system of village government based on law of number 6 year 2014 (Study in North Sulawesi)
Josepus Pinori, Ronald J Mawuntu, Wulanmas Frederik, Tommy Sumakul
In terms of Philosophical Aspects, Juridical and Theoretic the Position of village administration is inseparable from the Government of the Republic of Indonesia which adopts the Unitary State system. Article 18 of the 1945 Constitution, among others, states that the regional division of Indonesia over large and small areas with the form and structure of the government is established by law. Based on the Article Law was born No. 6 of 2014 on the Village. In the governance structure of the region, the village sits at the bottom of the bureaucratic structure of the national government system. This situation has the potential for exploitation of the village and raises a passive, dependent, and non-critical society towards the synthesized development object that becomes the formulation of the problem. 1. What is the form of authority of the village government based on Law no. 6 Year 2014. 2. How to Function Village Governments in the autonomy system. 3. How Flexibility of Village Financial Management based on Nawa Cita and Village culture system, using Normative Legal Research Methods This dissertation research was conducted. Research Results a. Demonstrating, the principle of decentralization (autonomy) of the village has not been fully implemented in the village administration because it is still a lot of central government programs are run the village budget funding system and District and Provincial Government programs according to studies in some villages in North Sulawesi. b. The function of village government in Law no. 6 Year 2014 Article 1 paragraph (2) is the implementation of government affairs, Development and community development and Village Consultative Council (BPD = Badan Pemusyawaratan Desa ) make the Village Rules. c Village financial management practices after the coming into effect of Law no. 6 In 2014 is still dominantly centralized, and still relies on the Central Government in the form of, the village budget funding system (ADD= Anggaran Dana Desa), in conclusion, the principle of decentralization is not fully applied to village administrations only limited to the authority of origin and local authority of the village As a suggestion for reinforcement decentralization of the village then the authority of the village government should be extended related to the authority of the management of the rights of origin and potential of other villages.
Josepus Pinori, Ronald J Mawuntu, Wulanmas Frederik, Tommy Sumakul. Decentralization principles in the implementation system of village government based on law of number 6 year 2014 (Study in North Sulawesi). International Journal of Law, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 44-50