Legal Politics of Establishing a New Autonomous Region in the Shape of a City

Heru Widodo


The establishment of new autonomous regions aims to develop regions and bring public services closer. The formulation of the problem in this article is how the concept of regulating the expansion of new autonomous regions, how to overcome the gap in rights and obligations between the parent district and the new city, and how the legal politics of the formation of a new autonomous region in the form of a city. The method used is a legal approach, a conceptual approach, and a case approach, with a qualitative descriptive analysis. The conclusions of this study are first, there are differences in the special allocations for the division of new provinces and new districts with new cities, and impose obligations on the parent region to provide part of the regional budget and release assets. Second, the solution to the gap in rights and obligations between the parent district and the new city, assets that are handed over to special allocation funds, are collaborated, and assets in need. to be compensated. Third, the legal politics of forming new autonomous regions in the form of cities with legal reforms from existing norms, in the form of arrangements for the transfer of assets belonging to the parent regency that is in the new autonomous regions, the special allocation funds must be handed over entirely, but only to the assets needed.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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