Hertanto, Hertanto and Ahmad Nidzammuddin Sulaiman, Nidzam (2013) KOALISI TRANSAKSIONAL PARTAI POLITIK DALAM PEMILIHAN UMUM KEPALA DAERAH DI LAMPUNG. "Mimbar Demokrasi", 12 (2). pp. 19-30. ISSN 1412-1875

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ABSTRACT Political parties in Lampung have to form a coalition to carry and support candidates in the general election of regional heads (pemilukada/pilkada), because not a lot of political parties have a vote and a seat at least 15% as qualified candidates can bring their own statutory applicable. Theoretically, the parties will build coalitions based on ideology or party programs. On the basis of these ideological coalition parties will carry the regional head candidates to compete competitively in the local elections. But in fact, in every arena of different elections in Lampung, the parties did not form a coalition in the bond ideological similarities. Coalition parties do freely and loosely, permissiveness, cross-ideology, not permanent, and act as a group. This paper aims to explain why most political parties, particularly the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), the coalition tend to behave pragmatically, ie, do not form a stable coalition party/firm to win mass support. The findings of the study explained that the attitude and behavior of this coalition further highlight the principle of pragmatism transactional, ie the act of looking for a great opportunity to win a pair of candidates who are influenced by the politics of money and also for the purpose of raising funds for the party's survival and existence itself. Keywords: coalition, political parties, elections, pragmatism, transactional.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: J Political Science > JF Political institutions (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (FISIP) > Prodi Ilmu Pemerintahan
Depositing User: HERTANTO
Date Deposited: 03 Mar 2020 09:09
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2020 09:09
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/18309

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