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Asshiddiqqie, J. (2006). Hukum Acara Pengujian Undang-Undang (Legal Procedure of Legislation-Testing). Jakarta: Konstitusi Press.

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  • TITLE: Village Administration in Indonesia: A Socio-Political Corporation Formed by State

    AUTHORS: Chanif Nurcholis, Sri Wahyu Krida Sakti, Ace Sriati Rachman

    KEYWORDS: Village Government, Government Affairs, Pseudo Local Self-Government

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Political Science, Vol.9 No.2, April 23, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Village government is the lowest level administration in Indonesia. It is formed by law. However, a village head is not a government official and also village employees are not civil servants. The Village Government has authority to administer government affairs; nevertheless, the central government doesn’t decentralize the government affairs to the Village. The organizational structure is like a municipal, consisting of a mayor and council; yet the mayor is not chief of local bureaucrats and the council is just a voluntary board that func-tions like a council. Such a fact is problematic, which raises the question re-garding the legal status of village in the administration of the Republic of In-donesia. The study used a post-positivistic approach with a qualitative meth-od. Jabon Mekar village, Bogor Regenstschap (Municipal), Banten Province was chosen as the locus of the study. The results conclude that the village administration is a pseudo local self-government. To that end, a village institution needs to become a public organization to comply with the Indonesia Constitution of 1945, in order to provide public services that would prosper the people.