ACCOUNTABILITY (RESPONSIBILITY) OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIA IN THE CONTEXT OF GOOD GOVERNANCE
This study aims to analyze the Accountability (Responsibility) of the Government of Indonesia in the Context of Good Governance. The results showed that the Government has two positions, namely as one of the state organs and as a state administration. As an organ of state, the government acts for and on behalf of the state. Meanwhile, as a state administration, the government can act both in the field of regulation (regelen) and in the field of service (bestuuren). In order to guarantee and provide a legal basis that government actions (bestuurhendeling) carried out by the government as a legitimate and justified, accountable and responsible act (liable ), then every act of government must be based on just, dignified and democratic laws. Compensation for the following: 1) Indemnification for unlawful acts; 2) Indemnity for acts committed by others; 3) Indemnity for animal owners; 4) Indemnity for owners of collapsed buildings; 5) Reparations for the family singled by the murdered person; 6) Indemnity because the person has been injured or disabled limb; and 7) Redress for acts of humiliation.
Responsibility, Governance, Good Governance.