Special Report on
Local Governance and Finance Reform
Local Governance and Finance Reform - Trends
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The need for internal restructuring of ministries of finances (MoFs) arises from time to time in the Fiscal Affairs Department’s (FAD) discussions with country authorities. Existing structures may no longer be conducive for attaining the desired outcomes of the ministry in the most effective manner. Ministerial restructuring needs a high-level political decision. For mergers of two ministries (e.g., planning and finance) one minister of the Cabinet of Ministers loses his post. When a ministry is split into two ministries, a new minister may be added to the Cabinet. Such mergers or splitting of the MoF are not common. It is more ...
In left-leaning state academic circles, two schools of academic thought have emerged about how to fix California’s failed system of governance—and they both agree that the 2/3 vote requirement needs to be replaced with a majority or 55% vote. Political scientists on the right, on the other hand, support the 2/3 vote requirement because it restrains the size of government. University of California Berkeley professor of public policy John Ellwood said one school, of which he is a believer, believes that the immediate governance crisis–characterized by perpetual partisan gridlock ... Read More
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