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Scirj Volume III, Issue X, October 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th October 2015
Full Paper available from: 25th October 2015


Impeachment Resulting from the Head
Cora Elly Noviati, , Prof. Dr. Sudarsono, Dr. Jazim Hamidi, Dr. Moch Ali Safaat

Abstract: Impeachment Regional Head, in the case of impeachment regional heads to dialakukan two mechanisms, namely, the First Regional Head dismissed the proposals or decisions of Parliament and approved by the President, the Second, dismissal of the Head of Region by the President without any proposal or decision of Parliament, If the Regional Head expected has done a fraud then, the investigation must be held with the approval of the President. Dismissal of Regional Heads can be implemented only based on laws and regulations imposed without interest. Dismissal on the proposal of Parliament in the event of a crisis of confidence then use the right of Parliament to respond to the questionnaire, the use of the right of inquiry after approval by the plenary session of 2/3 of the members present, Based on the Council decision, the President dismiss the Regional Head and Deputy Regional Head over Parliament's proposal, that the Regional Head and Deputy Regional Head dismissed by the President, for committing treason and / other actions that could divide Rnepublik Unitary State of Indonesia represented by the verdict "a court that has obtained permanent legal force.
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Green Information Technology Managerial Capabilities of IT Organizations in Sri Lanka
Thananjeyan .S, Fernando, M.S.D.

Abstract: Green Information Technology is one of the emerging area of research that draws attention of both general public and business. It arises the awareness of conserving the environment for the future generations. Green IT concept evolves from preserving trees, reducing paper usage, recycling IT equipment and implementing power saving mechanisms to IT friendly business culture. Thus, it is important to study the current level of Green IT managerial capabilities of organizations before proposing any Green IT initiatives.
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The Implementation of Policies Used to Strengthen Family Planning Institution
H. Rusdin Nawi

Abstract: This study is aimed to investigate the organization relation on the implementation of family planning program in Indonesia; street-level bureaucracy behavior in the implementation of family program in Indonesia; target group behavior in the implementation of family planning program in Indonesia; and institutional model in the implementation of family planning program in Indonesia. This study used qualitative method. To gain the data needed, the respondents were purposively chosen. Regarding the data collection techniques, observation and in-depth interview was employed. The data was then reduced, presented, and verified.
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The Impact of Expansion Area on Local Communities Social Conflict in North Mamuju District, West Sulawesi Province
Jaelan Usman

Abstract: This aims of research are to explain the mechanism of formation of new autonomous regions or expansion area in accordance with the applicable procedures. It is no less important the readiness of local concerns, mainly related to the financing aspects, human resources and credibility in managing the bureaucracy of clean and better government. The other thing is to strengthen the capacity of the public to control the performance of the executive and legislative which are representative of people who tend to exploit the masses, so that the spirit of regional expansion which is in essence to improve public services and the welfare of the people and does not cause social conflict and realized wiser and more prudent. Behind the expansion to improve people's welfare and shorten the bureaucracy on behalf of other interests, regional growth will be accompanied in turn by the conversion of land. It happens in North Mamuju Regency post- expansion local communities. The expansion also triggered social conflicts on local community and those are community groups or individuals who have not understood the politics then dive into practical politics. The results of research and data analysis showed that the impact of regional growth is not only limited to political. Moreover, the demographic problem is about unclear boundary, less socialization on the boundaries of protected forest areas.
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The Effect of Budgetary Participation, Budget Goal Clarity, Decentralized Structure, and Public Accountability on the Performance of Regional Work Units (SKPD) at Gowa District, Sulawesi Selatan
Darman, Ardiyanti Baharuddin

Abstract: The purposes of this study are: (1) to analyze the effect of budgetary participation, budget goal clarity, decentralized structure, and public accountability on the performance of Gowa’s SKPD in a partial way; (2) to analyze the effect of budgetary participation, budget goal clarity, decentralized structure, and public accountability on the performance of Gowa’s SKPD in a simultaneous way; and (3) to investigate dominant variable that has positive effect on the performance of Gowa’s SKPD. The population of this study was all structural echelon II, III, and IV at Gowa local government. There were 255 respondents chosen as the sample. This sample was selected by using stratified random sampling method. The result of this study shows that: (1) partially, budgetary participation, budget goal clarity, decentralized structure, and public accountability had positive effect on the performance of Gowa’s SKPD; (2) simultaneously, budgetary participation, budget goal clarity, decentralized structure, and public accountability had positive effect on the performance of Gowa’s SKPD; and (3) budgetary participation became the most dominant variable that had positive effect on the performance of Gowa’s SKPD.
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INTER - GOVERNMENTAL FISCAL RELATIONS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA: ISSUES AND PROSPECTS
Nchuchuwe, F.F (Ph.D) and Adejuwon K.D

Abstract: Inter-governmental fiscal relations and its effect on local government in Nigeria has remained a worrisome issue. It is an issue that deals with the governmental arrangement as well as the finance to sustain the polity. The paper therefore examines the nature of inter-governmental fiscal relations and local government in Nigeria. The focus on inter-governmental relations is necessitated by the fact that revenue allocation is an integral aspect of inter-governmental relations in all federation. It is a conflict generating issue, the management of which is very crucial to the survival and growth of local government in Nigeria. The paper argues that there is need for local government financial autonomy for it to perform effectively, and for it to maintain its status as a third tier of government in Nigeria. It concludes that there is an urgent need to address revenue allocations and tax jurisdictions of the local governments in Nigeria to make it a formidable tool for service delivery at the grass root levels.
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PREVALENCE OF SEVERAL DISEASES IN CATTLE AT CHANDANAISH, CHITTAGONG
S. M. Ullah, M.S. Pallab, M.M. Uddin, M.S.Mahmud and O. F. Miazi

Abstract: Prevalence of several diseases is one of the most economically important thing for maintain a good treatment schedule of an area. This study detects the prevalence of several diseases and to evaluate the disease condition of cattle population in the selected area. Records of 306 clinical cases of cattle (120 dairy cows, 89 bulls and 97 calves) treated at the Chandanaish Upazila Veterinary Hospital during month December 2008 to February 2009 were analyzed to assess the importance of existing diseases. The recorded clinical cases were classified into seven major diagnostic groups, of which highest prevalence was recorded with Digestive disorders ( 47.05% ), followed by Parasitic infection ( 26.79% ), Infectious diseases( 7.84%),Respiratory disorder( 6.2% ),Surgical affection ( 5.22% ), Metabolic disorder ( 4.24% ), Ectoparasitic infection ( 1.96% ) and others( 0.65% ). The percentage of occurrence of major diagnostic groups of diseases constituted Infectious diseases ( cows 41.66% ,bulls 33.33%& calves 25% ), Parasitic diseases ( cows 37.80%,bulls19.5% & calves 42.68% ),'Digestive disorders(cows41.66%,bulls35.41% & calves 22.91% ), Respiratory disorders ( cows 21.05%,bulls26.31% & calves 52.63% ), Ectoparasitic infection ( cows 16.66%,bulls 33.33% & calves 50% ), Metabolic diseases(cows46.15%,bulls 38.46% & calves 15.38% ) and Surgical affection ( cows 50%,bulls 12.5% & calves 37.5% ). Though the each of all the diagnostic groups of diseases is significant but the digestive disorder, parasitic and infectious diseases were the most pressing constraint for improvement of cattle in the Chandanaish Upzila.
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