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What are some potential dangers of decentralization in fragile societies?

I will attempt to answer in general terms as the question touches on pretty fundemental ideas of government. Firstly, every government contains elements of centralziation and decentralization. Without ...
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What are some potential dangers of decentralization in fragile societies?

I won't tackle every conceivable downside, but I'll focus on one of them. Fragile countries typically have a shortage of people with the knowledge and training and skills necessary to be good ...
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What are some potential dangers of decentralization in fragile societies?

I think there is a lot to be said for a good federalized government. It can deal with local issues better, leading to a more efficient economy and a better representation for local concerns. If the ...
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What are some potential dangers of decentralization in fragile societies?

I can give you some potential drawbacks, but I don't recall reading specific studies on this. An obvious one would be disputed new borders, leading to violence. Deportation or violence towards people ...
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What is the relation between power and Prime Minister?

Short answer: The Prime Minsiter only becomes powerful once the Parliament has granted them the mandate to be Prime Minister. Long annswer: Under both parliamentary systems and semi-presidential ...
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What is the relation between power and Prime Minister?

In most countries with a parliamentary system, the key qualification for a prime minister is to have the confidence of a majority of parliament. There are two ways to get there: The prime minister is ...
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