(4) Regulatory Impact Analysis As a Mandatory Legislative Drafting Method for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia, Mailinda Yuniza, Ni Nengah Nandita, Gilda Putri, Ni Putu Maharani
Purpose: This study's objectives are analysing the RIA's urgency and problems in achieving the SDGs and their solutions.
Approach: This study uses a normative legal analysis method with secondary data.
Findings: The results show that there is an urgency for Indonesia to implement RIA in preparing its laws and regulations to achieve the SDGs. Practically, the RIA method is not a must-use method in preparing Indonesia's law and is not a priority. Several institutions that encourage people to use RIA are making significant progress and must be encouraged so that RIA can be inherently implemented before making decisions to make laws and regulations.
Research implications: The RIA method is considered a breakthrough that can be used as a guide for making good laws and regulations. In the future, the House of Representatives (DPR), as RIA guidelines drafters, may include the SDGs as one of the parameters in forming regulations.
Keywords: Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA); Legislative Drafting; Indonesia.