FILLING THE EMPTY FROM REGIONAL HEAD OFFICES IN REGIONAL GOVERNMENT FRAMEWORK IN INDONESIA

  • M Arpan Universitas Kader Bangsa
Keywords: Regional, head offices, government.

Abstract

The position of the deputy head of the regional office in Indonesia is actually not stipulated and clearly stated in the constitution, but legally normative position of the deputy regional head in Indonesia can be seen from Article 66 paragraph (1) of Law on Regional Government Number 23 of 2014. The type of research data is secondary data with primary legal material and secondary legal material. The collection technique is library research. While the data analysis technique used is descriptive qualitative. From the results of the research and analysis The urgency of the need for legal norms governing the maximum limit for filling the vacancy of deputy head of the region within the framework of regional government in Indonesia, divided into 3 (three) reasons, these reasons include philosophical reasons, juridical reasons, and sociological reasons. Philosophically, the position of deputy head of the region within the framework of regional government in Indonesia is one of the strategic positions, so that it must be immediately refilled if there is a vacancy and still has the remaining positions of 18 (eighteen) months. Legally the reason for the need for legal norms governing the maximum time limit for filling vacancies for deputy regional head positions in Indonesia is due to the will of the Act to replenish deputy regional head positions that have more than 18 (eighteen) months remaining. Sociologically the reason for the need for legal norms governing the maximum limits on the position of deputy regional head in the framework of regional government in Indonesia is because there is a public will to be rushed to fill the vacant position of deputy regional head as a vacancy occurs to him

Published
2020-03-02
How to Cite
Arpan, M. (2020). FILLING THE EMPTY FROM REGIONAL HEAD OFFICES IN REGIONAL GOVERNMENT FRAMEWORK IN INDONESIA. KADER BANGSA LAW REVIEW, 2(1), 26-38. Retrieved from http://ojs.ukb.ac.id/index.php/kblr/article/view/118