GOOD GOVERNANCE DAN REFORMASI BIROKRASI DI INDONESIA

R Siti Zuhro

Abstract

With the downfall ofSoeharto s New Order regime the authoritarian nature of the bureaucratic system was
exposed The implementation ofnew political laws since 1999 gave rise to an invigorated roleforpoliticalparties
and the implementation ofa government regulationfor a neutral bureaucracy resulted in its declining involvement
in politics A strongparliament and the increasingpolitical awareness ofbureaucrats have become a reality today
These changes have put paid to questions about the involvement ofpolitical parties and the influence of societal
forces in theformation ofpolicy The bureaucracy can no longer exist as it was in the New Order and infact has
responded to societal needs by adjusting to the new political climate Indonesian politics under the transition era
takes on a wider significancefor one ofthe main results has been the emergence ofbureaucraticpluralism a more
pluralistic political system that is more open to the influence ofthese societalforces Improvement in governance
became possible however with the rise of the reformation since 1998 At this time the debate on governance in
Indonesia began with a consideration of good governance The post Soeharto era was seen by reformists as a
long awaited opportunity to improve government policy so that people would not only follow the government s
decisions but would also contribute to the decision making process Indonesian demanded more democratic
governance that is more regular interaction between government and civil society andfreerparticipation by the
latter in government institutions
Keywords Governance policy democratization reformation good governance

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