Public and Private Organization Partnership in Providing Public Service Infrastructure: A Study about Public Private Partnership at the Modern Market in Bengkulu City

Sugeng Suharto


This study was aimed: 1) to prove that public and private partnership in providing public service infrastructure (Public Private Partnership) at the Modern Market in Bengkulu City showed some benefits for the private organization, the government and the society; 2) to learn whether Public Private Partnership appears as political interest of the government; 3) to find out and identify the management of the Modern Market in Bengkulu City. The data that was collected from observation, interview, and documentation were analyzed through pre-research, research, and post-research phases. It was found that the partnership done by local government of Bengkulu City with Management of the Modern Market (BIM and PTM) tended to give advantages to the private sector, while society and government only got facility service. The Memorandum of Understanding denied by the private sector caused some disadvantages for public and state. Economically, the government experienced loss because the applied regulation had not gained positive response from private sector since the targeted profit has not achieved yet. The government wanted to revise the MOU because it was not fair in local income perspective. This condition emerged conflict among The City government with the Modern Market Management.

Key words: Partnership, Modern Market, Public Private Partnership

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