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centralism

the principle or act of bringing something under central control; centralization
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In Zimbabwe, Mugabe's resignation on November 21 2017, prior to impeachment proceedings in Parliament, has enabled the ruling Zanu-PF to re-engineer itself ahead of the April 2018 election and deepened its democratic centralism.
Proponents of the strongest forms of legal centralism consider legal rules and regulations to be costless, and property rights and commercial exchange to be impossible without government enforcement.
Let me list the headings (many of them jaw-breaking) of Zimmerman's chapters: "From Democratic Centralism to Democratic Centralism"; "Alternative Mobilization Strategies, 1917-1934; From Narrow Selectorate to Autocracy"; "The Great Purge"; "From Totalitarianism to Welfare Authoritarianism"; "Uncertainty and "Democratization": The Evolution of Post-Brezhnevian Politics, 1982-1991"; "Democratizing Russia, 1991-1997" "The Demise of Schumpeterian Democracy, the Return to Certainty, and Normal ('Full') Authoritarianism, 1998-2008"; "The Return of Uncertainty?
The institutional system and decisionmaking capabilities of democratic centralism have proven to be the country's advantage
In response to a question about the role he would play in the upcoming stage in order to maintain centralism, Sleiman avowed that he would carry on the positions he had soldiered on during his term and which were relevant to Lebanon's sovereignty, the implementation of Bbda Declaration, devising a national defense strategy, and continuing the implementation of the decisions of the International Support Group for Lebanon, "because this is advantageous for Lebanon.
The euro zone is heading towards greater fiscal centralism to stabilise the system.
Centralism, targets and top-down management have never worked.
However, when the Maoists formed nearly 40% of the Constituent Assembly, they advocated for democratic centralism akin to the former Soviet Union.
For in that article, amid his varied historical analogies and references, he prompted me not only to reconsider in a new light the formal constitutional language of Soviet democratic centralism, but to examine more closely what is now effectively a neo-Bolshevist quota system dialectically defined by "what you are not.
The January devolution O&S committee did not pull its punches - a resistant culture of centralism, uncertainty over whether the right services have been devolved, and a lack of clarity on how real local control is going to be exerted over the supposedlydevolved services that are still run from the centre through 'service level agreements', or contracted out to companies who face little local accountability.
He also stressed that the south is against regionalism and centralism, calling on the government to pay more attention to the south which suffered a lot from marginalisation.