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This article discusses the security approach, democratic approach and reconciliation approach in Governance of Conflict of Interest on Central Market Relocation (New Makassar Mall). The type of research used is qualitative descriptive. Data collection techniques use observation, i.e. data collection by conducting direct observations of the object under study and interviews where the researcher conducts direct interviews with informants who are related to the problem under study and supported by secondary data. The results of the study indicate that the security approach to market relocation is not conducive because there are still many follow-up disputes that have not resolved the relocation conflict, the interests of various parties continue to be maintained so that the conflict continues. A democratic approach with persuasive steps and negotiations as one of the resolutions between the merchant and the manager becomes the medium of communication carried out by the local government during the relocation that continues until now, through various approaches of traders and developers to express their aspirations and intentions towards the existence of new markets. Whereas the reconciliation approach on market relocation does not go as expected because the conflict cannot fully end peacefully. The absence of traders' awareness of their responsibilities to developers has led to conflicts in the relocation of this central market.