ELECTION SUPERVISORY BODYS IN INDONESIA POST-REFORM
The existence of the Election Supervisory Body in Indonesia is an interesting phenomenon for political scientists to see how the changes that have occurred in the institution since the 1998 reformation until now. The changes that have taken place in this institution are a phenomenon, because in the period of fourteen years, or in every post-reform election, there have been 5 (five) changes in the law that forms the basis for the existence of the institution. Meanwhile, at the same time, this has never happened to the General Election Commission (KPU) or the Election Organizing Honorary Council (DKPP), which have the same position as election organizers in Indonesia as regulated by law. However, until now this institution is considered not to have found the most appropriate design in carrying out its functions and roles, this is in line with the response and criticism of the community at this institution. The role of the DPR as a legislator (actors, processes and structures) in formulating the roles, functions, duties and authorities of this institution needs to be questioned, where exactly is the design direction of this institution directed.