AS ABOVE-MENTIONED, FROM A NEW CONSTITUTION WHOSE BACKGROUND IS FEDERALISM, THE DEPARTMENTS WILL BE MANAGED BY GOVERNORS ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE. THEY WILL HAVE THE TASK OF CARRYING OUT THE POLITICAL OPTION OF THEIR DISTRICT. LET'S SPECIFY THAT POLITICS, OF LATIN ORIGIN, IS BOTH A SCIENCE AND AN ART OF MANAGING A CITY. NOW, LET'S TAKE A LOOK AT THIS MANAGEMENT.
The task of departmental administrative decentralization is to improve the legitimacy of political decisions by bringing decision-makers closer to those on whom they are concerned.
apply. It also improves the efficiency of the administration, thanks to a better knowledge of the field by the local authorities. It finally makes it better
empower the citizens, who do not expect everything from a distant central state and can more easily understand the constraints that guide the taking of
1. It helps alleviate bottlenecks in decision making that are often caused by business planning and control
important economic and social issues by the central government.
2.It can, help reduce complex bureaucratic procedures and it can increase the sensitivity of government officials to
local conditions and needs.
3.It can help national government ministries reach more local areas with services
4.It allows greater political representation for various political, religious and cultural groups in decision making.
5.It can relieve senior managers of central ministries of "routine" tasks to focus on policies progressive.
6.It can lead to more creative, innovative and responsive programs by allowing local “experimentation”.
7.It can increase political stability and national unity by allowing citizens to better control public programs at the local level.
THERE ARE THREE POWERS INVOLVED IN DEPARTMENTAL GOVERNMENT:
the legislative branch, the executive branch and the judiciary.
1. Departmental Legislative Power
The Legislative Assembly, also known as the Legislature, is made up of the direct representatives of the people. It is she who adopts departmental laws,
who approves spending and reviews how government conducts public affairs.
2. Departmental Executive Power
The Executive Council consists of the Governor, the Secretaries and their supporters. It develops policies and is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the
department. We usually use the term "government" to refer to it.
3. Judicial Power
The judiciary consists of the judiciary. He adjudicates disputes arising from laws passed by the Legislative Assembly
How is this done?
To begin with, the department is divided into regions called municipal districts. All ridings have roughly the same number of people.
Each of them elects one person to represent them in the Legislative Assembly. These elected representatives (deputies) form the Departmental Legislature. The government
department can freely determine the extent to which it provides their public services and defends in its own way the economic and cultural interests of the
department. We demand ;
Roles and responsibilities of the departmental state
Departmental Judicial Power
The national judicial system administers and supervises justice in the department, which includes the organization and maintenance of communal courts of civil and criminal jurisdiction and of civil proceedings before these courts. The department claims the right to administer administrative tribunals.
The role of administrative tribunals
Other kinds of disputes do not need to be resolved in court. Various types of administrative tribunals deal with disputes over the interpretation and application of laws and regulations. Administrative tribunals follow a less formal procedure than that of the courts and are not part of the judiciary.
However, they play an essential role in the settlement of disputes in society. Decisions of administrative tribunals can be reviewed by a court to ensure that they are rendered fairly and in accordance with the law.
Administrative tribunals play a dual role as instruments of government policy and instruments of justice. This is what makes them unique. They straddle the constitutional dividing line between the executive and the judiciary.
This presentation is courtesy of Emmanuel Joseph, a concerned compatriot who, like many others, is determined to find a solution to the country's descent into the underworld. He finally opted for the federalism that he has shared with us. Now let's listen to him.