Dalam Penyelenggaraan Pemerintahan Daerah Menurut Perspektif Hukum Administrasi Negara
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The issue of money politics has been attached to every regional head election procurement. Through this politicization, it seems that it creates a competition between the parties who nominate to fight for the voter's vote through material. Even though there are legal regulations that contain policies that prohibit the occurrence of money politics in the implementation of regional head elections at the provincial and district levels, it is regulated in Law Number 32 of 2004. This is a challenge in guaranteeing the principles of direct, general, free, confidential, honest and fair elections. fair which is the mandate of the 1945 Constitution. Money politics affects the quality of the Regional Head Election which is a forum for realizing people's democracy. There is a need for stronger legal regulations and case studies to overcome the politicization of money that threatens the integrity of regional head elections so that they are clean and pure in human conscience. Efforts to resolve the existence of money politics need to be carried out by studying through a literature approach, in order to find information that can be used as a basis for analyzing the causes and effects of money politics in order to formulate possible solutions.