Implementation of Law Number 14 of 2008 on Public Information Transparency in the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR RI)
Purpose: The House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR-RI) is an institution that is mandated and represents the voice of the people who have directly voted through general elections. This representation function can be effective and have a real impact if the DPR is open to providing information to the public. However, in reality, the parliament's commitment to public information disclosure is still questioned by many elements of society. Many incidents have caused the public to doubt the DPR's commitment to public information disclosure, such as information and documents related to the revision of the KPK Law, the Omnibus Law Bill, and the Job Creation Bill, among others. This study aims to analyze the implementation of public information disclosure policies in the DPR-RI.
Methodology: The research method used in this study is descriptive qualitative, where primary and secondary data are obtained through in-depth interviews with predetermined key informants and literature studies related to the research topic.
Result: The research findings indicate that the implementation of the Public Information Disclosure Law in the DPR-RI is still not optimal, particularly in the utilization of information disclosure media and information resources.
Contribution: This research will contribute to expanding theoretical and practical knowledge regarding the implementation of public information disclosure policies in legislative institutions as part of communication policy studies.