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The background of this research is the importance of village assistants in utilizing the village fund budget to realize village community empowerment. This study uses the type of empirical juridical research. This research's primary data is secondary data supported by primary data. Secondary data in this study were obtained from library materials, such as official documents, books, research reports, diaries, newspapers, and papers. Then the primary data is obtained directly from research informants, namely village heads, sub-district heads and community leaders, and village assistants, who are intentionally selected to obtain information relevant to the research problems. Based on the results of the research shows that 1) The Role of Village Facilitators in Utilizing Village Fund Allocations Guided by Law Number 6 of 2014 to Realize Empowerment of Village Communities in Buana Pemaca District, OKU Selatan Regency is not following its role, especially the role in providing direction, namely only providing directives only administrative directives, providing direction so that village funds do not depart from the principles of the village law. Moreover, the role of the village assistant as a facilitator, the facilitation carried out by the assistant is only carried out with the village government so that the relations and contributions related to empowerment to the community are not so significant; and 2) Factors that influence the implementation of the Village Facilitator's role in Utilizing Village Fund Allocations Guided by Law Number 6 of 2014 to Realize Village Community Empowerment in Buana Pemaca District, OKU Selatan Regency, namely the Village Facilitators who are owned are inadequate in terms of the quantity of Village Facilitators who are domiciled in the Village or known as Village Facilitators are only two people who are assigned to assist eight Villages and their facilities and infrastructure. Inadequate means of transportation where the distance between the companion's residence and the assisted Gemiung village is very far.
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