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Corruption Prevention Policy (A Comparative Study of the Implementation of Good Governance Principles in Indonesia, Singapore and India)

Author: EDI SLAMET IRIANTO
Abstract: In the implementation of state administration, good governance is the need or what is called good governance. Good governance is a governmental effort that is trustworthy and to create good governance, the Government needs to be decentralized and in line with the principles of clean governance and free of corruption, collusion and Nepotism. This study aims to analyze the comparison of the implementation of good governance principles as an effort to prevent corruption in India, Singapore, and Indonesia and to analyze the urgency of using the principles of good governance in efforts to prevent corruption. This study uses a normative juridical approach. The results show that existence can see the comparison of the implementation of good governance principles as an effort to prevent corruption in India, Singapore, and Indonesia of laws relating to corruption. The urgency of the Use of Good Governance Principles in the Efforts to Prevent Corruption Crime because if the principles of effectiveness, efficiency, accountability, law enforcement, equity can be enforced, abuses of authority can be minimized.
Keyword: Corruption; Good governance; Comparison
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.02.067
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