Article Impact Assessment Local Regulations that Pro Poor Character as an Instrument Society Transformation

HS Tisnanta, Rudy ., Widodo Dwi Putro, Oki Hajiansyah Wahab


Understanding of poverty in this case related to powerlessness, isolation, vulnerability, and safety embody local legal products that pro Poor character is very important to be the policies platform that oriented to the fulfillment of the Poor rights. These conditions become the limiting factor for the Poor to fulfill their basic rights. Ideally, a legal drafter is also required to understand the sensitivity (responsiveness) of the poverty that is formulated within the framework of political economy. The approach that used in this study is a normative approach based law (statute approach). Insight study, clarification of information related to the legislative process of the present day, research team also uses in-depth interviews and Focus Group Discussion with several speakers who are considered competent. The findings of this study, there are some weaknesses in the design of local drafting regulations as stipulated in Law No. 12 of 2011. Weaknesses related to understand the principles of law and the legal use of language make the legal drafter mostly still stuck into the technical sciences of legislation and regulations. The study found a model approach to Article Impact Assessment (AIA) as a model of drafting regulations that pro Poor character. The implication of law resulting product will be pro Poor character. AIA model implementation seeks to encourage pro Poor character and protect character can become driving instrument society transformation.

Keywords: The Poor, Regulation, AIA, Transformative Law

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