MONEY POLITICS EXISTENCE AND THE DEMORALIZATION OF DEMOCRACY
Sanusi, Endang Sutrisno, Ibnu Artadi
Money politics in a democratic party has been considered common in the community, although this is considered contrary to applicable law norms. the problem is the reality of money politics in the Kuwu elections in Cirebon regency always happens and how money politics can be a demoralizing democracy. The research method that used in this research is qualitative research, with a sociolegal approach, data obtained from "primary data and secondary data". How to get it is by jumping into the field, through interviews. The results of this research into the reality of the occurrence of money politics in the election of kuwu are strongly influenced by the low awareness of the law community, the lack of political education in social environmental factors, and the lack of consistency in law enforcement. Such conditions ultimately impact on the demoralization of democracy. The community should be changed their image by counseling and socializing about the prevailing law norms.