Election Supervisory Committee’s Authority On Election Monitoring


A general election which is independently and regularly conducted is one of the criteria for a democratic political system. According to Law No. 15 of 2011, the election organizer is the Election Supervisory Committee which is entrusted to supervise all stages of the general election. Hence, the Election Supervisory Committee authority needs to be optimized in order realize a democratic electoral system. Accordingly, this study aims to determine the Election Supervisory Committee’s authority on election monitoring. The research method used in this study is normative juridical approach which is to examine the legal materials which have empirical nature. The analysis method used qualitative analysis, a method to examine object quality and then translated sentences in order to obtain the discussion or exposure to systematic and understandable. The results showed the effectiveness of the Election Supervisory Committee’s authority in conducting preventive measures would reduce the general election violations and generate elections that are honest, fair and democratic.

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(2018). Election Supervisory Committee’s Authority On Election Monitoring. In A. Abdul Rahim, A. A. Rahman, H. Abdul Wahab, N. Yaacob, A. Munirah Mohamad, & A. Husna Mohd. Arshad (Eds.), Public Law Remedies In Government Procurement: Perspective From Malaysia, vol 52. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 613-618). Future Academy. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2018.12.03.61