INTERVENSI POLITIK DALAM PROSES PENGANGGARAN DEPARTEMEN KESEHATAN TAHUN 2006-2007



Dewi Marhaeni(1*)

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(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Background: The budget transfer from the Ministry of Health
to the local includes deconcentrated fund, assisting tasks and
the fund of the Ministry of Health sectors, although Law 33/
2004 only specifies deconcentrated fund and assisting task.
The regulation enforcing deconcentrated fund and assisting
task is just issued in 2008 by the publication of PP No.7/2008,
where as the fund of the Ministry of Health sectors has not
gained any legal form. The process of budget allocation has
not been based on any technical rationale. Consequently, the
political intervention becomes a dominant variable in the
budgetting process, especially for that of the physical programs.
Objective: To analyse the budgetting process of
deconcentrated fund, assisting tasks and MoH sectors’ fund.
Method: The research design applied an explorativeqaulitative
method. The research setting was the central. The
analyzed units were budgetting processes of the
deconcentrated fund, assisting tasks and MoH sectors.
Result: Among the five programs studied, namely: maternal
health, TB, hospital, drugs and impoverished household, it was
obvious that the hospital received the greatest political
intervention from the House of Legislatives.
Conclusion: The political intervention from the House of
Legislatives played a dominant budgetting role in MoH, especially
in hospital’s physical budgetting. Political intervention occured
because the budget trasnfer from the central to the local has
not been supported by legal forms and rational technical
measurement.
Keywords: politic, health budget process





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