Regional Autonomy Implications on Corruption in the Region Indonesia

Subadi ., Moch. Juli Pudjiono, Anik Tri Hariyani


This paper is taken from Higher Education Applied Research (PTUPT), funded by DIPA DRPM, Director General of Research and Strengthening Strength, Kemenristekdikti, Fiscal Year 2019.


Regional autonomy as an effort to accelerate the achievement of the welfare of the people has not been able to meet the expectations of the community and is believed to have negative implications on the increased of corruption cases in the regions. The study of norms supported by indept interviews with experts and legal practitioners of corruption acts has revealed and found that regional autonomy or decentralization in Indonesia has not been matched by the development of a strong legal system, either; legal substance, structure (law enforcement), community legal culture, infrastructure and supervision, so that no matter how strict the level of corruption eradication does not affect the officials in the region to do corrupt.

Keywords: implication, regional autonomy, decentralization, corruption

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/101-05

Publication date:September 30th 2020


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