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Today we are joining Cooperation Canada as they launch Together for Better #Governance.

This report outlines the transformative potential of Canada’s fair share of ODA contributions in the context of global governance. 

Read here: https://cooperation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/WEB-CooperationCanada-Thematic-Case-Governance-ENG.pdf

Aujourd’hui, nous lançons Ensemble pour une meilleure gouvernance. 

Ce rapport met en exergue le potentiel transformateur qu’une juste part de la contribution du Canada à l’APD aurait sur la gouvernance. 

En savoir plus: https://cooperation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/WEB-CooperationCanada-Thematic-Case-Governance-FRE.pdf

Today we are joining Cooperation Canada as they launch Together for Better #Governance.

This report outlines the transformative potential of Canada’s fair share of ODA contributions in the context of global governance.

Read here: cooperation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/WEB-CooperationCanada-Thematic-Case-Governance-ENG.pdf

Aujourd’hui, nous lançons Ensemble pour une meilleure gouvernance.

Ce rapport met en exergue le potentiel transformateur qu’une juste part de la contribution du Canada à l’APD aurait sur la gouvernance.

En savoir plus: cooperation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/WEB-CooperationCanada-Thematic-Case-Governance-FRE.pdf
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2021 new civilian NLD government heads in old wine skin We hear stories of leaders buying power by bribing the voters and fellow legistration. Problem arise when the representatives tend to act thier own narrow selfish interest instead of serving the interest of the people. People feel that many of the new breed of politicians have been selfish, power hungry, greedy, dishonest, hypocrites and power merchants for the nation come last and the welfare of the ordinary people had least prioritised. Former political prisoner Mann MP tried to cover and defend Kayah MP's bribery is destroyed the model and design of civilian new government in 2021. They have been so busy in the long struggle for power that they have no time or energy left for serving the people. Lutdaw and democracy are tender plants and to save them, however idealistic and utopia it may seem, it has become a categorical imperative that politics must return to principle of being for service and sacrifice to give ones best to the nation and take the least from it. The ruling party should propose a drastic reduction in the huge expenditure on Lutdaw and military budgets. We need an effective functioning Lutdaw. Failure is not an option. If after receiving landslide votes such massive mandate it fails to deliver, people will lost faith in the system. Democracy Lutdaw and rule of law may not survive and we may be in for ananartic national scenario. Something can still be done to restore the legislature and legislators to their old glory and bring about parliamentary culture. Regional issues and local problems are left to be addressed in the State legislature. Judicial reforms need to be systematically implemented not in a haphazard piecemeal manner with appropriate importance given to solving problem of judicial delays and judicial appointment. Those in power do not hestitate to buy stability of their chairs by bribing fellow legislators. Their only concern is to amass wealth and somehow get to and stay in power. It would be necessary to reform the electoral system and political party. Floor management technique will have to be professionalised at the level of whimps, parliamentary official and the presiding officers. People expect federal democracy to be a solution to existing, rather than a source of new power, power conflicts. Most follower democracies tend ro be weak. The lack of structural changes in the federal system has afflicted local democracy. The Centre lacks political will because of the local governance has to be effective, it has to first empower the states with greater financials, legislative and regulatory powers. If only the ruling classes resolves to root out corruption, the levels can be drastically reduced, if not toally eliminated. While policy makers and politicians in power frequently refer to programmes for the poor in a patronising manner, addressing to corruption issue effectively will be key to reducing income disparities. The right of the majority of the people have been trampled due to corruption. The businessman will look for short cuts at every turn. Politics rapidly become a new lucrative field for making money much like when a new petroleum field or gold mine open up people entered politics exclusively with the idea of making a large fortune. Good governance has become so critical to Burma today. We shall see how good governance helps in making development efforts more sustainable in the long run. We shall draw on lessons in history where in the lack of a responsive and accountable administration led to a frittering away of the benefit of economic development. We shall process to examine how audit can contribute to good governance and how it can help sensitive awareness and public opinions in which in turns, helps the citizenary to maintain vigil on the actions of goverment. Government is entrusted with the responsibility of excising power and taking decisions on be half of the people. Former prisoner Dr. Aung moe nyo and his team tried to woo ethnic political parties which hampered rare strategic opportunities that come his way but met with Kachins elected is critics and MUP is derailed. The first step forward of UNG is hangover. The lack of proper focus on bringing major changes in existing paradoxical governance frameworks will not let security and development actions go very far. Bottlenecks impinging on an accountability have to be removed. Good governace cannot be regulated to a secondary position in pursuit of power of money. Despite good step being initiated by Government and emperors alike, the lack of transparency and accountability had rendered the entire effort fruitless. The community of nation seek development which is sustainable over the long run, which based on values as integrity, transparency and accountability. The Country only get Federal Democracy it deserves.

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