Analysis And Resolution Of Traders Conflict With The Government In Geudong, North Aceh
Keywords:Analysis, Conflict Resolution, Trader, Market Development, Government, North Aceh
One of the government's programs for creating an environmentally friendly market is to build a decent market for traders. However, relocating traders always creates conflicts between traders and the government, like the conflict between market traders and the government and PD Bina Usaha as the manager of the Geudong Inpres market, Samudera Sub-district, North Aceh Regency. This fact is interesting to study as there was a high intensity of conflict between traders and the government regarding the relocation. This study aims (1) Finding the root causes of the conflict between traders and PD Bina Usaha, (2) Finding the form of resolution that was carried out between the traders and PD Bina Usaha in Geudong North Aceh. This study used qualitative methods. The data was obtained through observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation collection as supporting data. The results of this study indicate that, first, the domination of power in development has created a vertical conflict between the North Aceh Regency Government and PD. Bina Usaha with traditional Geudong market traders where the domination of power raises acts of resistance from traders. This study describes the forms of conflict and the factors that cause conflict. Second, the conflicts that occurred at the Geudong Impres Market, Samudera Sub-district, North Aceh Regency were in the form of closed conflicts and open conflicts where traders felt disappointed because the demolition process was not considered fair. The factors behind the conflict included the domination of power that occurred in making policies that did not benefit the Geudong Impres market traders or policies that were not participatory. Third, the district government carried out the repression with the help of security forces and local thugs. Acts of violence accompanied the acts of repression carried out by the security forces. The beatings were carried out by the North Aceh Civil Service Police Unit, while the North Aceh regional police carried out the beatings and arrests during a demonstration by traders and the forced demolition of the Geudong market stall. Meanwhile, fragmentation and intimidation were aimed at traffickers, both individually and as a group, through thugs. Personally, the traders were threatened with telephone calls, anonymous letters, bribes, and pitted traders against each other.
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