District head's political party and local development: observing the results of Indonesia's 2005-2013 direct local elections
The system of electing bupati changed in 2005 from a parliamentarian one where the bupati was elected by members of parliament to a direct election system (PILKADA) whereby the people in a district elect him directly. This new electoral system complemented the fiscal decentralization system implemented in 2001. The new governance system should empower local governments with increased fiscal authority and political accountability to tackle the challenge of development in their regions....[Show more]
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