Etika Pemilu Untuk Penguatan Demokrasi

Samosir, Osbin (2018) Etika Pemilu Untuk Penguatan Demokrasi. Jurnal Etika & Pemilu, 4 (2). pp. 76-78. ISSN 2460 0911

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Democracy has become the choice of all civilized nations throughout the world. From all state systems, democracy has become a choice for civilized nations at least because of two fundamental principles, namely: first, respecting a substantial existence as a human being called human right, namely the right that are brought about because of their existence as human beings. Second, democracy respects differences in ethnicity, race, religion, social strata, education, and gender. The two principles complement each other Politically, the basic principle of democracy is to give political rights to the people to intervene in state affairs and one of its forms through general elections. In the modern context, the democratization process continues to get the polish to continuously ground the basic principles of democracy in the technical practices of the state, one of which is through general elections. General elections, in addition to continuously improving the technical procedures that are getting better, the basic substance of democracy, namely the people’s right to determine their choices with all their dignity, must also be continually improved. The responsibility exists on all sides. Election organizers are tasked with ensuring that the processes and substance of democracy are realized in general elections. The implementation of the 2015, 2017 and 2018 General Elections show that the process of implementing elections it still a homework that must continue to be improved.

Item Type: Article
PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY. RELIGION > Ethics > Ethics > Socialist ethics
POLITICAL SCIENCE > Political institutions and public administration
POLITICAL SCIENCE > Political institutions and public administration > Public administration > Political parties
Depositing User: Ms Sari Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 13 Jul 2020 07:17
Last Modified: 04 Sep 2020 12:50

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