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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 2, February 2018 Edition



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

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



The Role Of Political Parties On Election Commission Performance In 2015 Mayor Election Of Ternate City

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AUTHOR(S)

Abdul Halil Hi. Ibrahim, Syaiful Madjid

 

KEYWORDS

Political communication, alternative policy, selection procedure.

 

ABSTRACT

This research was conducted to evaluate the important role of political parties on electoral commission (KPU) performance in 2015 Ternate city mayor election, North Maluku Province. The research used survey method, with direct observation in population and data collection based on the sampling method. Qualitative data were analyzed statistically. The study used a simple linear model to affect the role of political parties on KPU performance. Data were collected by interview and observation techniques, and tools used were questionnaires. The sequence of data processing as follows; validity and reliability test, classical assumption test, linear regression analysis, determination analysis, and hypothesis test. The result shows that the variable data for all test have very good accuracy and validity, and it is known that the significantly effect of political party on KPU performance in Ternate City is 49.8%. Based on this results, indicates the role of political parties on KPU Performance in Ternate City, related to political communication, political socialization, political recruitment, conflict regulator, recruitment of head of region, people selection, political map, registration period, selection of candidates, selection procedure, introducing platforms, offering policy alternatives, recruiting staff and socializing members.

 

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