MODEL REKONSTRUKSI TATAKELOLA STRUKTUR KOMISI PEMILIHAN UMUM SUB-NASIONAL
Siswantoro, Farid Bambang
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The state of provincial KPUs throughout Indonesia shows a marked imbalance between one another. That can be seen from the responsibility of dependents as an Electoral Management Body (EMB) that involves the number of districts, constituencies, and polling stations. Such inequality was barely realized by the parties because it involved a mental-blocking paradigm, that the provincial region's administrative basis for the sub-national KPU was considered non-negotiable. This study is the first to address inequalities in the coverage of subnational KPU work areas. Here, using the analytical hierarchy process approach, an analytical-descriptive method is employed to evaluate the EMB dependency criterias. The results of a demanding reconstruction, namely the subnational EMB called the "Regional KPU," were found to be comparatively balanced in terms of the load from the simulation modeling. Simulations were carried out for Java, Madura, and Bali, which already covered more than half the population. The DKI Jakarta Region, which is a special area carrying also the electoral district abroad, is excepted. The reconstruction solved the EMB inequality problem with promising results and implications that lost nothing; even dismantling the constraints of the counter-productive spatial paradigm for public policy.