The government policy to temporarily â€˜postponeâ€™ the voting right of the army and police after the reform has become an interesting topic of discussion among the people. This study discussed: first, what are the implications of the political and state administration reform 1998 on the national army dual function? This study was a normative research using primary and secondary research materials. This study employed statute and historical approaches. This study concluded that first, the implications of the political and state admisnistration reform 1998 on the national army dual function were the institutional separation between army and police, the abolishment of army membership in Peopleâ€™s Consultative Assembly, and the temporary postponement of voting right of national army and police until General Election of 2014. Second, national army and police were not allowed to use their rights to vote in the General Election after the reform due to the fact that the dual function of army during the New Order had weakened the democracy functions.