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Donnish Journal of Sociology and Anthropology

June 2016 Vol. 2(2), pp. 012-021

ISSN: 2984-8598

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Original Research Paper


Innovative Discretion Policy on Medium-term Regional Development Plan (Discretion policy implementation study on reforming social services of rural areas pursuant to local regulation number 2 of 2011 in Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia)


M. Hidayat

Doctoral Candidate, Merdeka Malang University (UNMER), Indonesia.

Accepted 26th May, 2016.



Abstract


Public policy decided by the head of the region for the benefit of the public service that is not based on laws and regulations is referred to as discretionary innovative policies. The issue often faced by the public are as follows: public service performed by the government is considered highly convoluted, the information conveyed by the non-transparent, the administrative costs which burden the public, the long completion time of public service and the queue at any office of public services look very long. To improve the performance of public services and to give a good impression in the eyes of society, the head of the region has a policy of innovation to bring services directly to the public through a program called village development program. This innovative discretionary policy is very interesting to study because it involves the head of the policy areas that do not have a legal basis, but people are expecting this village development policy to come to every village in the district of Malang. The purpose of this research includes: a) to describe and to analyze the innovative policy on medium-term development plan by the Regional Regulation No. 2 of 2011 in the district of Malang; b) to describe and to analyze the factors supporting and innovative policy discretion of the Medium Term Development Plan Regional Regulation No. 2 of 2011 in the district of Malang. To achieve the goal of the research is to use interactive methods of qualitative research by using Miles and Hubberman approach through interviews with selected informants. The study found that discretionary policy innovative regional head does not violate existing regulations and it is allowed in administrative law. However, the policy discretion of regional heads must have a legal basis that can ultimately be justified.

Keywords: Innovative discretion policy, Public services, Village development program.

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M. Hidayat. Innovative Discretion Policy on Medium-term Regional Development Plan (Discretion policy implementation study on reforming social services of rural areas pursuant to local regulation number 2 of 2011 in Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia). Donnish Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 2(2) 2016 pp. 012-021.


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