Dismissal of Village Officials According to Sumbawa Regency Regional Regulation Number 3 of 2015

Athar Agung Ramdhan, H. M. Galang Asmara, H. Kaharuddin


The village head has an urgent function in development, empowering village communities. As a village head, as a public office, the decisions taken must comply with legality, the principle of protection of human rights, and the general principles of good governance. The fact is, the village government's problems do not always run smoothly because they get rejection and resistance from the community. The refusal and resistance, even to the point of legal issues or resolved through reporting. One of the cases occurred in the Berora Village administration, Lapok District, Sumbawa Regency, in the form of a decision by the Village Head to dismiss four Regional Heads. The above case basically will not happen if the principles of legal certainty and orderly administration of government according to the Sumbawa Regency Regulation Number 3 of 2015 can be carried out correctly. Researchers made in-depth observations of the subjects involved, starting from the Village Head, Hamlet Head, BPD Desa Berora, Camat Lapok, and possibly an in-depth investigation of the regional regulations themselves through the Sumbawa Regency law bureau. The results showed that the Dispute on the dismissal of the Village Apparatus by the Village Head of Berora resolves through two media, namely Administrative Efforts and the Mataram State Administrative Court. The decision has given through administrative efforts (Camat, strengthened by the Head of the Village Community Empowerment Service and the Regional People's Representative Council through Commission one decided that the dismissal of the Berora Village Apparatus must be annual.


Dismissal; Village Apparatus; Regional Regulation

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