Legal Convergence in Building Asymmetric Decentralization Models for Accelerating Regional Development
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- asymmetric decentralization; regional autonomy; development; legal convergence
This study aims to analyze and offer the concept of legal convergence in the course of building an asymmetric decentralization model in Indonesia. Asymmetric decentralization as a reality that occurs in Indonesia and constitutionally has a foundation, but on the one hand, the State of Indonesia does not yet have a legal format to accommodate the needs, demands, and regional diversity in the practice of implementing asymmetric decentralization in Indonesia. This study uses a normative legal research method with a statutory and conceptual approach. The results of this study indicate that: the implementation of asymmetric decentralization in Indonesia does not yet have a clear legal policy direction. Currently, the regions that have these specialties/privileges each have different arrangements in the administration of their regional government. These various arrangements have a core unit of understanding that can be identified and used as material for the formal legal content of the implementation of asymmetric decentralization in Indonesia. Legal convergence in the regulation of asymmetric decentralization is needed to be used as a legal umbrella that can accommodate the needs and demands of the diversity of regions in Indonesia, and as a process in building a model of asymmetric decentralization in Indonesia.
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TY - CONF AU - Malicia Evendia AU - Ade Arif Firmansyah PY - 2022 DA - 2022/01/06 TI - Legal Convergence in Building Asymmetric Decentralization Models for Accelerating Regional Development BT - Proceedings of the Universitas Lampung International Conference on Social Sciences (ULICoSS 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 596 EP - 603 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.220102.083 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.220102.083 ID - Evendia2022 ER -