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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 1, January 2015 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Model Management Intergovernmental Relations (Case Study Program Free Education In South Sulawesi)

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AUTHOR(S)

Suhardiman Syamsu, Sangkala, Armin, Hasniati

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Intergovernmental Relations Management

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: Looking for intergovernmental relations management model is a consequence of the decentralization of government from local to central government (provincial and district / city). Delivery of affairs to the position of actors in the region more involved than ever before. The actor was instrumental in determining the center of attention, authority patterns and methods of conflict resolution when to initiate and conduct a free educational program cooperation. Intergovernmental relations management effectiveness is determined by the role of actors in determining the center of attention, establish a pattern of authority, and choose a method of conflict resolution. Affairs of primary and secondary education is the authority of the district / city. If the provincial government to initiate treatment in the free education program, the pattern of intergovernmental relations management authority selected cooperation may, or may be of assistance (subsidy). For matters of primary and secondary education, the choice of co-administration is not appropriate. Choices made during this cooperation needs to be reviewed with due regard to equality, work together, mutual benefit of all parties cooperate. When cooperation to lead to conflicts, preferably selected pattern of relationships is the only province to provide subsidies allow the district / city alone is conducting the affairs of a free education. Options cooperation dominated by actors and actors governor regent / mayor refused to put forward its own program is an option for power from the owner of the sovereignty of the people as a constituent in the local elections in both provinces and districts / cities.

 

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