Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Volume II Cabinet Reshuffle

By: Firdaus Arifin
Writer: Lecturer Constitutional Law Section and Secretary of Constitutional Studies Center Faculty of Law, University of Pasundan, Bandung, West Java, Indonesian.
Published by: Indonesian Constitutional Law 2007.

Lately, the discourse of the reforms (reshuffle) cabinet that had appeared to be a hot public in late 2006 and, again sticking out among the public in the country. Even in its development, urging the public to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to immediately conduct a reshuffle of ministers belonging to the United Indonesia Cabinet (KIB) more crystallized and have the support and positive response from some members of the House of Representatives (DPR).

When viewed closely, mencuatnya back cabinet reshuffle discourse among the public, triggered by public frustration against the bad performance of a number of ministers belonging to the United Indonesia Cabinet (KIB) during the last two years. In addition, delays and failures in a number of ministers anticipate and resolve problems that the nation these days as often happens, tragedy of natural disasters, transportation accidents, health problems, issues and crisis pagan rice crisis, helped to trigger mencuatnya discourse that President Yudhoyono immediately to reshuffle the cabinet.

As the party who gave the mandate and trust worthy to be disappointed and angry over the poor performance of the ministers KIB. The disappointment of the people of worse outcome KIB performance of the ministers is not without reason. Is not to pay all the needs, salaries and facilities of the ministers had little public money that must be paid. Then the question is what factors cause poor performance results KIB menter? When examined, at least there are three main factors that cause poor performance results KIB minister, a post-cabinet reshuffle first volume, December 2005. These three factors, namely, first, the structure and number of members KIB still too fat. So the implications for the effectiveness and efficiency of the low performance of the ministers of governance tasks. As a result, there was poor situation but a rich structure functions. Second, the poor level of inter-ministerial coordination in carrying out various policies that are cross-departmental.

So often seen the race and rely on each other party. As a result, the work was not optimal and even create new problems. Third, the low level of work ethic and professionalism in completing the minister issues facing government. Rests on the reality of the above, there is now no other alternative, which must exit the currently selected by President Yudhoyono to save and improve the performance of his administration that still left time for about two years, was immediately made a cabinet reshuffle the second volume. This is due, the second volume of the cabinet reshuffle has a very important role and strategic importance for the government of President Yudhoyono, especially to overcome various problems of government mismanagement that occurred during this and in order to regain public trust and market some time in the past tended to show symptoms of decline. In addition, the second volume of the cabinet reshuffle would be an excellent political stakes for President Yudhoyono last if still want to elect as president in the presidential election and the 2009 vice-presidential years to come. Finally, we hope that if the second volume of the cabinet reshuffle will actually be realized by President Yudhoyono, should not be based on political bargaining (bargaining politics) just between the Government and political party elites. But, done solely to improve the performance of the cabinet in order to produce an effective cabinet with the cooperation and good coordination to produce a good job. In other words, the second volume of the cabinet reshuffle is not merely to satisfy the interests of political parties only, but done for the realization of effective governance and efficient.

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