Perimbangan Keuangan Pemerintah Pusat Dan Daerah Dengan Permasalahan Otonomi Daerah

Anthon Simon Yohanis Kerihi


Policy of decentralization and regional autonomy in accordance with Law No. 32 of 2004 requires the clarity of authority between the central, provincial and district / city. The divisions of authority between levels of government are currently regulated through PP. 25 of 2000 concerning the authority and the authority of the provincial government as an autonomous region. However, the implementation of PP. 25 of 2000 is not running optimally due to differences in perception between development actors and overlapping perudang rules and regulations, especially among governing sectoral decentralization and regional autonomy. On the other hand centralized authority that has not been implemented by the government optimally. As a result of the ambiguity of authority in the organization of the practice of government, public service, and encountered some problems such as the development of certain development activities that local governments should have done but still carried by the central government, the struggle for authority primarily related to the resources it produces. To raise the necessary finance management accountability participation from all of the regions for management of finances. Besides, the most important thing accountability ensure regional financial management and transparency can be achieved it is necessary to supervise the implementation of financial management. Supervision is an important factor related to the tendency for abuse of power, so that the control has a strategic position to produce a clean government.

Keywords: Balancing Financial Center and local autonomy.

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