International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications

IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]

Policy Formulation Special Autonomy In Papua
      Frans Pekey, Haselman, Muhammad Rusdi, H. Baharuddin
Abstract: The process of policy formulation and establishment of special autonomy is done in the phenomenon of two forces: the formal actors "receive" and informal actors "reject" special autonomy. Forms of interactions and conditions that created contravention, disagreement and conflict. Informal actors not involved in the policy formulation process. Actor formal government position themselves as individuals, institutions and autonomous actors in the formulation of policy autonomy. Formal action actors perform rational choice on policy issues, supported by a network of actors who have resources in the interests of the actors exchange. Determination of the special autonomy is the result of the preference of rational actors who competed in a bureaucratic political system and establish special autonomy policy in the perspective of the interests of the integrity of the state. Actor interaction in the form of cooperation, compromise and competition between formal actor to actor informal occurred before the special autonomy policy formulation process begins. Furthermore, during the process of policy formulation special autonomy both in the Region as well as at the Centre, did not occur formal interaction between actors with informal actors. Therefore, the interaction that occurs is the interaction between formal actor to actor formal Regional Center.

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Frans Pekey, Haselman, Muhammad Rusdi, H. Baharuddin (2018); Policy Formulation Special Autonomy In Papua; Int J Sci Res Publ 5(8) (ISSN: 2250-3153).
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