Civil Society Advocacy Strategy In Urging Cancellation Of Corruption Eradication Commission Regulation Revision
Strategi Advokasi Masyarakat Sipil dalam Mendesak Pembatalan Revisi Regulasi Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi
This study aims to describe the strategy of civil society movements that are members of the anti-corruption civil society coalition. This study uses the advocacy theory of Sheldon Gen and Amy Conley Wright. The research method used is qualitative with primary data sources from interviews, and secondary data processing from various literatures relevant to this research. The anti-corruption civil society coalition controls state power by demanding that the government and the DPR be accountable to the law and the public by supporting the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) by not weakening the KPK institutions, and increasing public awareness of important public issues through advocacy, in this case the discourse on the Law. KPK which was revised by the DPR. In 2019 the momentum for the revision of the KPK Law was successfully carried out by the DPR together with the Government so that the advocacy carried out by the coalition failed. The anti-corruption civil society coalition adopts an advocacy strategy by strengthening a large coalition, lobbying policy makers, conducting academic studies, and labeling, media reporting, and involving and mobilizing the public in carrying out movements. Of the five advocacy strategies, in the end, it has strengths and weaknesses to carry out a social movement in influencing the policy on the revision of the KPK Law, but in the end the advocacy strategy carried out by the anti-corruption civil society coalition failed to influence policy makers and in 2019, the Law The KPK was revised on 17 September 2019.
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