STRATEGI PENCAPAIAN KUOTA 30 PERSEN CALON LEGISLATIF PEREMPUAN PADA PEMILU 2009 (Studi pada DPD Partai Keadilan Sejahtera Kota Malang)

Heri Asyhari, M. (2010) STRATEGI PENCAPAIAN KUOTA 30 PERSEN CALON LEGISLATIF PEREMPUAN PADA PEMILU 2009 (Studi pada DPD Partai Keadilan Sejahtera Kota Malang). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

In the midst of the natural blossoming of democracy and openness in the era of the Reformation, the menagerial implementation of affirmative action in the form of quotas, in terms of female representation in parliament and political parties have succeeded in formally promulgated in article 65 paragraph 1 of Act No. election. 12 year 2003 which has been revised into Law No.10 of 2008. Affirmative action laws and policies are subject to certain groups of the compensation and privileges in certain cases in order to achieve a more proportional representation in various institutions and occupation. Although it must deal with a number of obstacles, women's political struggle is quite successful. The entry of the provisions of 30 per cent quota for political parties for women legislative candidates in 2004 elections was the result of very real to further women's political development. Although Law no. 12 of 2003 concerning General Elections for the DPR, DPD, and DPRD has accommodated 30% quota provision for political parties in nominating candidates for members of the legislature, but the results of 2004 elections showed that members of Parliament elected from women is relatively low. In the 2009 election past, the provision of 30% quota for women to hold political office again stipulated in Law no. 10 of 2008 on General Elections for the DPR, DPD, and DPRD, often called the Law. 10 year 2008 concerning the election. Article 53 of the Act provides that the list of candidates of political parties contain at least 30% women representation. More progressive again, Law no. 10 year 2008 about the elections, regulates the zipper system, ie, every third person prospective candidates have at least one woman candidate. In the 2004 elections, the PKS Malang did not experience obstacles or barriers to the party cadres in recruiting women to become candidates for the legislature to fulfill the provisions of the quota of 30% women representation. Commitment on the representation of women to become candidates for the legislature to compliance with the quota of 30% representation of women is also evidenced in the 2009 election past. Therefore, the author chose the title, "Achieving Strategic Demand 30 Percent of Women Candidates for Legislative Elections in 2009 (Studies in DPD PKS Kota Malang)." Because the authors suggest that the MCC as a wing religious parties have committed to the representation of women who diimplementasiakan from the central to local. Especially in the DPD PKS Malang, about women representation in parliament through a quota of 30 percent of women legislative candidates has been proven both in the 2004 election and 2009. From the description above can be taken formulation of the problem as follows: How does the party strategy in recruiting female legislative candidates to meet the 30 percent quota of women candidates in the 2009 election? How is the preparation of lists of candidates by the party? The purpose of this study is to know everything that a formulation of the problem. The study was descriptive. Subjects were chairman and party secretary, the chairman and secretary of the determinants of candidate legislatf, and one female candidate from each electoral district. And data collection techniques of observation, interview and documentation. From the resulting data showed that the strategy undertaken DPD PKS Malang City to solicit the candidate is to hold internal elections are carried out by a team Panjatida (Committee crawl the local level) where the source of recruitment only from the internal or party cadres. While preparing the list of candidates, on the one hand put the people who come from the constituency (DP) respectively. On the other hand, DPD also gives special treatment to certain candidates to be nominated from outside the domicile Electoral District with the consideration of seniority rules zipper system but not yet fully operational.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: J Political Science > J General legislative and executive papers
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Government Sience
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2012 02:32
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2012 02:32
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/2410

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