The Discussion of the Regional Regulation Draft of Child Protection Organization: A Political Communication Study

Humaizi Humaizi, Muhammad Yusuf, Rudi Salam Sinaga

Abstract


This study deals with discovering how political communication of the members of The Provincial House of Representatives (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah / DPRD) and the executives in order to approve child protection organization regional regulation draft is. This study took place at DPRD of Sumatera Utara (DPRDSU). This study utilized qualitative content analysis in interpreting the views of 2 party factions, namely Hati Nurani Rakyat (Hanura), and Democrat parties towards a regional regulation draft namely child protection organization.  The result exhibits that there are 2 attitudes reflected through the general view of the faction namely rejecting, and neutral. The faction that rejects the draft was Democrat party. Meanwhile, Hanura party shows neutral attitude.

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political communication; parties; regional regulation draft.

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