Federalism is a political organization that involves relationships between the central government and the regional units. In several countries, federalism has made significant contribution in bridging the gap between the government and people and providing resilience to democracy. Since there is division of power in a federal system between the centre and the regional units, each of the unit has independent jurisdictions to make decisions with regard to governance and other developmental activities.
Übergeordnetes Werk / Enthalten in
Federalism - a success story?
Band / Heft
2016, S. 129-147