General Election of Regional Head (Pilkada), is basically a public service. This is by reason of, first, the goal is for the public’s own interest in order to elect a leader. Second, the accessory is public in the sense that a number of citizens have equal rights and need to be treated equally. However, in contrast to basic public services, Pilkada is a secondary or tertiary public service, since the need to organize new elections is felt urgently after basic services are met. Therefore, Pilkada needs to be preserved its existence and its relevance as a public facility provided by the state in order to meet democratic leader seeking demands.
|Journal||Jurnal Ilmu Kepolisian|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|