Jurnal Politik Volume 8 No. 1, 2011

PenulisArtikelAbstrak
Syamsuddin HarisKOALISI DALAM SISTEM DEMOKRASI
PRESIDENSIAL INDONESIA:
Faktor-faktor Kerapuhan Koalisi Era Presiden Yudhoyono
Although the concept of coalition is only prevalent in parliamentary democratic system, but multi-party presidential
system scheme which is applied in Indonesia necessitates the existence of coalition among its party. The
presence of Coalition is necessary to minimize the risk of political deadlock in relations between President and
Parliament on the one hand, and due to built effectiveness in the government as the outcome of general election.
But in fact, political coalition do not guarantee effectiveness in government administration, even on the contrary
it has become a “prison” for president because opposition comes from inside of The Parliament which also part
of the coalition member in government. In the era of President Yudhoyono, there are three important factors that
lead to fragility of the coalition; the coalition design factor, personality factor of the President, and character of
the party in the parliament. In order to Built effectiveness in government which requires restructuring the coalition
form, especially related to coalition base, political nature of the agreement and contract among the members of
coalition, scope of material agreement, and internal mechanism in the coalition, in the future, the effectiveness is
also going to be base on restructuring general election format to become national general election (to elect President
and Vice President, and members of parliament) and local elections (to choose head of local government,
province and district, and members of local house of representatives)
Al Muzzammil YusufASPIRASI RAKYAT DAN REFORMASI PARLEMENSurvey shows that Indonesian citizens are not satisfied with the performance of their Parliament because
the Members of Parliament do not do their function optimally in legislating, controlling and budgeting. It creates
a democratic deficit. Therefore, a parliamentary reformation – based on aspiration and participation of Indonesian
citizens – is very much needed. The Reformation will be done through Policy Products. Some of those policy
products are including issuing Law that pro-citizen, strengthening public participation in controlling process of
the Executive Board and using Media optimally as tools for political socialization and communication towards
Indonesian citizens.
A. Bakir IhsanREKONSTRUKSI DAN REVITALISASI KOALISI DALAM SISTEM
QUASI PRESIDENSIAL
Coalition is not merely a power sharing. Coalition requires shared commitment from all parties to consistently
run the consensus in governing the executive branch of government through solidity of political party in parliament.
Therefore, coalition actually can be a pathway (to stability) for government in implementing the mutually approved
policy. It also can be a consistent balancer in controlling government. As a matter of fact, Indonesian democratic
lives, coalition is based on power distribution which symbolized with position as ministry in presidential cabinet
and any others structural position in government. But the coalition is built without support of shared vision and
mission. Due to limited interest, coalition would only work temporary. Coalition like that seems to become the
market which merely contain unstable daily political transaction.
Eva Kusuma SundariPEREMPUAN DI PARLEMEN: BERJUANG DI TENGAH KERAGUANWomen representation in parliament has been determined 30% by law. The 30% gender quota is still considered
ineffective in voicing out the problems and needs of women and other marginalized groups. One of the root
cause of the ineffectiveness is the domination of patriarchy value and norms over women in which stands that men
are better handling political issues rather than women. This domination of patriarchal values can be traced back to
political parties, through their commitment in giving or not giving proper and right political education, and equal
opportunity to both men and women to fill in the seat of political arena, which is still disadvantage to women
Luky Sandra AmaliaPOLITIK PENGAWASAN DPRD DALAM UPAYA PEMAKZULAN
KEPALA DAERAH :
Studi Kasus Wali kota Surabaya
Impeachment as a public official proceedings conducted by parliament has become a quite popular discourse
lately, despite the impeachment efforts that occurred over many issues associated with inter-party rivalry rather
than as a process of parliamentary oversight. Impeachment in the context of Indonesian politics under the existing
constitution can only be carried by the House of Representatives against the President/Vice President on the basis
of certain reasons, such as violation of law, national treason, corruption, and others. The impeachment which is
carried by District Legislative Council of Surabaya against the local mayor can be an interesting case because
of, besides there is no legal basis under the constitution, the process becomes a new precedent in the political dynamics
of the local parliament. This paper attempts to explore the District Legislative Council impeachment case
comprehensively. The case is to be analyzed from aspect of regulation, and process as well as political motives
behind the impeachment effort. This paper will also unravel the dynamics that occur in the impeachment process
and its impact on parliamentary politics at the local level
Sarah Nuraini SiregarDPR DAN REFORMASI POLRI :
Kajian Evaluatif Fungsi DPR terhadap Pelaksanaan Reformasi Polri
The implementation of Polri Reform and its accountability principal is determined by many factors. One of the
factors is the parliament roles and functions. It is showed us that parliament has an important role in guarding the
implementation of Polri Reform through the parliament functions, which are legislation function, budget function,
and supervision function. This article is to analyze the implementation of parliament function which related to Polri
Reformation. Are parliament functions be effective as a key tools for Polri Reformation; or precisely has not been
effective. And how does the impact of parliament function to the implementation of Polri Reform.
Yogi Setya Permana dan Pandu Yuhsina AdabaMENELISIK PERAN TENAGA AHLI ANGGOTA LEGISLATIFPerformance of the parliament would be maximal if it’s been back up with optimal support system. Part of the
support systems is parliamentary expert staff. As a matter of fact, performance and role of the expert staffs as part
of supporting Indonesia’s parliamentary is not in optimal condition. The condition is due to absence of clear and
detail regulation on the role anf function of parliament expert staff. As a result of that condition, many distortions
in role and function of expert staff has been daily fact in the parliament. This paper is to analyze that problem and
give some recommendation related to the problem.
Wawan IchwanuddinPOLA DAN KECENDERUNGAN STUDI KONFLIK DI INDONESIA:
Analisis terhadap Studi Kekerasan pada Kasus Aceh dan Ambon
Post Soeharto Indonesia is not only characterized by a democratic transition, but also the outbreak of largescale
violent conflicts in various regions. Beyond the destruction of property, the wave of conflict in many regions
has also claimed thousands of lives and forced more than 1.3 million others into refugees. This phenomenon inspires
the emergence of initiatives from various parties to engage directly seek conflict resolution and build peace.
Some of them contribute through a series of scientific studies to analyze the causes and alternative resolutions of
the conflicts. This article presents the results of a review to conflict studies conducted in the case of Maluku and
Aceh. There are three issues that are the focus of analysis in this article, namely: the causes of violence, roles and
relationships between parties, and the conflict resolutions
Sri YanuartiPOLRI DI ERA DEMOKRASI:
Dinamika Pemikiran Internal
Police reform is an integral part of holistic security sector reform (SSR), which aims to create good governance
in the security sector and to create a secure and orderly environment. Thus, in accordance with the principles of
democracy, police reform should have been directed to build a civilian policing character, based on democratic
norms: openness and accountability. Although police reform already been done since more than a decade ago, its
implementation has not been optimal. The presence of police as an institution and its members still have a negative
image in the eyes of people because of the actions of certain person of police personnel. The study is to describe:
1) How does the present shift of Indonesian police from the era of authoritarianism to era of democracy, 2) what
factors that encourage and inhibit the process of police reform; what kind of constraints that it face, as well as the
impact of the constraints; 3) How do internal dynamics which occurs in the thought of police reform itself.
Ganewati WuryandariPOLITIK LUAR NEGERI INDONESIA DAN LINGKUNGAN HIDUPEnvironmental issue has become an important topic in today’s international political dynamics. Environmental
degradation cause by phenomenon of global warming and climate change has become a serious global problem. In
the future, the continuing of the problems may be far-reaching impact on sustainability of the lives and survival
of all people in the world. Therefore, the environment issues is supposed to be reflected in state policy, which no
exception in Indonesia’s foreign policy. International cooperation is a rational solution for finding the way out of the
existing environmental problems. In the terms of cooperation, states which represented by government is not only the
driving actors in the stage, but there are other actors such as NGOs, international organizations and multinational
companies (MNCs) that take part in managing the environmental crisis. This study examines Indonesian foreign
policy in addressing environmental issues, especially global warming and climate change. This study focuses its
time limit from 1972 until 2009. This study is qualitative research with its data is obtained through literature and
field research. The result of this study shows that although Indonesian government shows its commitment to environmental
issues in the foreign policy, this study underlines the contradiction between rhetoric and implementation.
This contradiction reflects dilemma of realism and idealism in Indonesia foreign policy.
Aisah Putri BudiatriINDONESIA, NEGARA DEMOKRASI BERKUALITAS RENDAHSince many countries have experienced changes in regime at the end of the 20th century, democracy has
become political trend. Compared with other countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia, Indonesia becomes
one of the latest countries that run the effort of democratization. After 32 years of authoritarian regime, Indonesia
has run process of democratic transition and consolidation. After a decade, how does the form of democracy in
Indonesia? This article aims to review a book entitled “Democratization in Post-Suharto Indonesia” that will
answer the question.
Muhammad Fakhry GhafurPEMIKIRAN POLITIK ISLAM DALAM PERSPEKTIF SEJARAHThe History of Islamic Political Thought can be divided into three periods. The Classical period took place
from Muhammad era until 1250 M, characterized by the rule of Khalifah as public servant. The Middle period
existed until 1800 where Khilafah was camouflage for the real kingdom and descendants of Quraisy. Last, The
Modern Period let the western values to including modern political theory. The article is to review the topic in the
book especially the issue of periodization.


Penulis : Syamsuddin Haris, Al Muzzammil Yusuf, A. Bakir Ihsan,
Eva K. Sundari, Luky Sandra Amalia, Sarah Nuraini Siregar,
Yogi Setya Permana, Pandu Yuhsina Adaba, Wawan Ichwanuddin, Sri Yanuarti, Ganewati Wuryandari, Aisah Putri Budiatri, Muhammad Fakhry Ghafur

Dewan redaksi : Heru Cahyono, Ikrar Nusa Bhakti, Syamsuddin Haris, Ganewati, Wuryandari, Dhuroruddin Mashad, M. Hamdan Basyar, Awani Irewati, Indriana Kartini, Mardyanto Wahyu Tryatmoko, Sri Yanuarti, Luky Sandra Amalia, Sarah Nuraini Siregar, Nanto Sriyanto, Anggih Tangkas Wibowo
ISSN : 1829-8001
Tahun Penerbitan : 2011
Penerbit : LIPI PRESS

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2 Responses to Jurnal Politik Volume 8 No. 1, 2011

  1. muhammad affan says:

    bagaimana kalo mau beli jurnal politik lipi via pos.

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