Internal Conflict of Political Parties Post Reform (Case Study of Conflict Romahurmuziy - Djan Faridz in United Development Party)
Munawir Arifin, Abdul Latief, Muhammad Nadir, Ahmad Al Yakin, Mr. Dermawan
Available Online April 2019.
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- Political party, united development party, internal conflict
- Since the birth of the United Development Party (PPP), the party bearing the Ka'bah symbol has often been beset by conflict, both in the form of individual conflicts or giving birth to factions in internal party conflicts. Both during the New Order era and up to the current reforms, the conflict that engulfed PPP was due to differences in opinion of the elites, especially about the prospective leaders who would be carried forward before the general election or the change of party leaders through the PPP Conference. Aside from differences of opinion on the internal elite side, conflicts are also caused by party institutionalization which tends to be formal in resolving conflict problems, including when PPP is often difficult to solve internal problems, thus giving an opportunity for external parties (government) to intervene or intervene in PPP conflicts. This has implications for the progression of the continuity of the PPP conflict after the New Order between Romahurmuziy and Djan Faridz.
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TY - CONF AU - Munawir Arifin AU - Abdul Latief AU - Muhammad Nadir AU - Ahmad Al Yakin AU - Mr. Dermawan PY - 2019/04 DA - 2019/04 TI - Internal Conflict of Political Parties Post Reform (Case Study of Conflict Romahurmuziy - Djan Faridz in United Development Party) BT - 1st International Conference on Advanced Multidisciplinary Research (ICAMR 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 404 EP - 409 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icamr-18.2019.98 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icamr-18.2019.98 ID - Arifin2019/04 ER -