Decentralisation has been implemented in Indonesia for almost two decades. However, recent studies suggest that service delivery has remained stagnant and unsatisfactory. Studies on the effects of democratic decentralisation, particularly elections, on service delivery have shown mixed results. Literature suggests that elections alone often fail to improve government responsiveness and accountability. Participatory institutions are needed to channel citizens' demands to local governments and to...[Show more]
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