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2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A

Law politics increasing regional original income through initiative regional regulations


Author(s): Imam Asmarudin, Achmad Irwan Hamzani, Moh. Khamim, Havis Aravik and Nur Khasanah

Abstract: Political Law in Formation of Regional Regulations Initiative is a choice that must be taken. Legal politics is an important element in regional development. Overall legal politics is a dynamic process following the dynamics of people's lives. The purpose of this study is to examine the legal politics of increasing local revenue through initiative local regulations, and the substance of the initiative local regulations as a mirror of local legal politics. This research is a type of field research, using primary data, and using a philosophical approach. Data were analyzed qualitatively. The results of the study indicate that the formation of laws and regulations that are directed through legal politics. The establishment of an initiative Regional Regulation is a planning instrument that is systematically prepared and becomes a reference in the planning process for drafting legislation. The Initiative for Establishing Regional Regulations Program is also an illustration of Regional Legal Politics which contains plans for the development of legislation. Parking management is a business that has income value for Tegal Regency, which needs to be managed properly and responsibly and has benefits for the community. Novelty, Regional Regulations initiated by the Regional People's Representative Council as a representation of the people are an instrument to improve people's welfare.

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Imam Asmarudin, Achmad Irwan Hamzani, Moh. Khamim, Havis Aravik, Nur Khasanah. Law politics increasing regional original income through initiative regional regulations. Int J Criminal Common Statutory Law 2021;1(2):29-34.
International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law

International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law

International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law
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