Regional Development Policy and Direct Local-Head Election in Democratizing East Indonesia



by Kazuhisa Matsui
Published in 2007

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Chapter I
1. Introduction
2. Basic Framework
 2.1. Changes in the Indonesian Government System
 2.2. Changes in the Process of Development Planning
 2.3. Several Questions
3. Development Policy of Eastern Indonesia
 3.1. Before the 1990s: Regional Development under the Government
 3.2. 1990-1998: Look East with the Eastern Indonesia Development Council
 3.3. Post New Order: Era of Local Initiatives with Confusion
4. Decentralization and Local-Head Elections
 4.1. Decentralization and Democratization in the Regions
 4.2. Local-Head Elections in Decentralization: Positive or Negative?
5. Democratization Paradox
 5.1. ‘Government Autonomy’ and ‘Citizen Autonomy’
 5.2. Communication between Local Government and Peoples
 5.3. Local-Head Elections: Results from Democratization with Formality
 5.4. Local-Head Leadership: ‘Manager’ or ‘King’?
6. Conclusion
Chapter II
1. Introduction
2. Main Provision of Regional Development Planning Drafting
 2.1. Drafting Norms
 2.2. Structure and Mechanism
 2.3. Regional Development Planning Documents
3. Planning Viewpoint: From Gowa District Perspective
 3.1. General Viewpoint
 3.2. Government Administration Dimension
 3.3. Development Implementation Dimension
4. Directions of Planning Policy of Gowa District
5. Regional Development Planning Documents of Gowa District
 5.1. Long-term Regional Development Planning
 5.2. Medium-term Regional Development Planning
6. Concluding Remarks
Chapter III
1. Introduction
 1.1. Background
 1.2. Why This Study Necessary?
 1.3. The Scope of the Study
 1.4. Basic Assumption
 1.5. The Study Method
2. Autonomy Principles and District Development Policy in Local Government Laws
 2.1. Brief History of Local Government Laws in Indonesia
 2.2. Some References
3. Empirical Data on the Development Policy in Tana Toraja
 3.1. Under the Law No. 22/1999
 3.2. Under the Law No. 32/2004
 3.3. The Annual Budget
 3.4. The Implementation of Decentralization at the Lowest Government Units
 3.5. Implementation of Decentralization Principle in Managing Regional Original Revenue (PAD)
4. How is the Policy Direction to Alleviate the Poverty in Tana Toraja?
 4.1. The Protocol
 4.2. Analyzing the Variables
5. Final Notes
 5.1. Conclusion
 5.2. Autonomy in United State
 5.3. What Should be Done?
Chapter IV
1. Introduction
2. Establishment of Bone Bolango District
3. Administration of the Local-Head Election
4. Implementation of Local Development (Before and After the Local-Head Election)
 4.1. Condition before Direct Local-Head Election
 4.2. Condition after Direct Local-Head Election
5. Concluding Remarks
Chapter V
1. Introduction
2. Dynamics of the Maluku Conflict and Ambon City
 2.1. Implications of the Transformation “Wave”
 2.2. Brief Description of Ambon City, Maluku Conflict, and Its Impact
 2.3. Background of the Political Process, Public Policy and Peace Building
3. Political Process and Public Policy (Before 2006)
 3.1. The General Elections in 1999
 3.2. The Elections of the Mayor and Vice Mayor of Ambon City in 2001
 3.3. Public Policy in 2001-2006
4. Political Process and Pro-Peace Public Policy (After 2006) 116
 4.1. The 2006 Local-Head Elections
 4.2. Public Policy in 2006-2011
5. Analytical Implications: Political Process and Public Polices of Ambon City
6. Concluding Remarks
Chapter VI
1. Introduction
2. Perspective of Papua Special Autonomy
 2.1. Understanding the Essence of Papua Special Autonomy
 2.2. Papua Special Autonomy Law Construction
3. Contradictive Policy
 3.1. Dimension of Law Validity
 3.2. Dimension of Integrity
 3.3. Dimension of the Contents and the Structure
 3.4. Dimension of Financing
4. Papua Special Autonomy after 2004 General Election and 2005 Direct Local-Head Elections
 4.1. Implication of 2004 General Election toward Papua Special Autonomy
 4.2. Implication of Direct Local-Head Elections towards Papua Special Autonomy
5. Conclusion
Chapter VII
1. Introduction
2. The Guidelines for Regional Policy of North Sulawesi
 2.1. Era of Law No. 22/1999 and Law No. 25/1999
 2.2. Era of Law No. 32/2004 and Law No. 33/2004
 2.3. Comparative Analysis
3. Regional Economy Analysis
 3.1. Economic Development in North Sulawesi 2003-2006
 3.2. Main Economic Phenomenon in North Sulawesi
4. Regional Fiscal Analysis
 4.1. North Sulawesi Financial Management in 2003-2006
 4.2. Fiscal Policy Phenomenon in North Sulawesi
5. Impact of Fiscal Policy towards the Economy
 5.1. APBD 2003 Contribution towards Real Sectors and Money Circulation
 5.2. APBD 2004 Contribution towards Real Sectors and Money Circulation
 5.3. APBD 2005 Contribution towards Real Sectors and Money Circulation
 5.4. APBD 2006 Contribution towards Real Sectors and Money Circulation
 5.5. Leverage Capacity Analysis
6. Concluding Remarks