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Supervision Commitee for Marxist-based Market of Sunda Raya
|Supervision Commitee for Marxist-based Market of Sunda Raya|
Logo of the Komsekom
|Established||4 March 2014|
|Disestablished||28 July 2014|
|Country||The Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya|
|Type||National Economic Supervision Commitee|
|Subordinate of||Supreme Soviet of Sunda Raya|
|Leader||Collective Leadership Presidium|
|Headquarters||Komune Bandung Raya, Sunda Raya|
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Supervision Commitee for Marxist-based Market of Sunda Raya, officially known as Komite Supervisi Ekonomi Marxis (KOMSEKOM) was a non-ministerial government department of the Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya that regulate the market of Sunda Raya. This commitee was formed in order to keep the gradual development of socialism consequently in Sunda Raya. Moreover, the creation of this commitee showed the commitment of the government of Sunda Raya in implementing the socialist-oriented market economy in the past.
Sunda Raya had allowed the private ownership of small enterprises alongside state-run and collectively-owned enterprises. Additionally, the government had introduced a greater role for market forces for coordinating economic activity between enterprises and government agencies during the Socialist-Oriented Market Economic System Era. The state sector, however, played a decisive role in directing economic development. The government had also enacted the NEP (New Economic Policy), which allowed private individuals to own small enterprises, while the state continued to control banks, foreign trade, and large industries.
In order to regulate the market and to keep the gradual development of socialism consequently in Sunda Raya, a committe that elected and subordinate to the Supreme Soviet of Sunda Raya was needed. Therefore, the KOMSEKOM was formed by a resolution of the Supreme Soviet on March 4, 2014.
The KOMSEKOM has the authority to supervise all economic activity in Sunda Raya. Every bank, cooperatives, private or collective enterprises that run their economic activity inside the territory of Sunda Raya must report all their activity to the KOMSEKOM. It also act as a corruption, collution, and nepotism eradication commission. Under the direction of the Supreme Soviet, the KOMSEKOM controls the market in order to prevent the capitalistic anarchism in production, and the monopolistic despotism. As the subordinate of Supreme Soviet, the KOMSEKOM reports regularly to the Supreme Soviet.
The KOMSEKOM has been established as the official government institution to supervise the implementation of NEP (New Economic Policy) enacted by the Supreme Soviet. The greater role of the commitee is needed to protect the people's interests as the private sector increased in order to increase the productive force.
As the Socialist-Oriented Market Economic System Era ended after the adoption of Trotskyite 4th International Transitional Program and the re-implementation of "pure" Marxist-Leninist Economic System, all of the privately owned large and strategic industries were expropriated to the hands of the workers. Today, the privately owned enterprises are almost vanished from Sunda Raya although the government does not ban the possesion of a private enterprise with several conditions - ie. the owner must do all production job (not hiring workers for the owner's profit). The government, however, will always enforced progressive taxes for every kind of private enterprises ini Sunda Raya. Therefore, the workers had achieved its primary goals in building socialism and the supervision commitee to supervise the capitalistic production is no longer needed. Thus the workers have a right to plan and to supervise the economy theirself.
The KOMSEKOM consisted of seven sections, which are:
- General Administration Bureau
- Legal Affairs Section
- Monetary Policy Section
- Market and Commodities Section
- Financial Stability Section
- Financial Survey and Statistics Section
- Corruption Eradication Section