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devolution

Politics a transfer or allocation of authority, esp from a central government to regional governments or particular interests
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Despite the challenges that ordinary Kenyans face with the devolved governments, they seem to have kept some faith in the promise that devolution holds.
Newcastle City Council, North Tyneside Council and Northumberland County Council announced in November last year that they wanted a devolution deal - including a Mayor - for the three areas.
Newcastle City Council, North Tyneside Council and Northumberland County Council all announced in November they wanted a devolution deal - including a Mayor - for the three areas.
This will enable delivery of services by ensuring devolution continues to transform lives of Kenyans," he said in a statement.
Chairing a provincial consultation meeting on implementation of 18th Amendment at a local hotel on Thursday, Mr Shahi said only 10pc of the devolution process had so far been completed.
The meeting has been called by the chair of the VCs Committee of the HEC to discuss devolution of the commission in light of the provisions of 18th amendment.
The new model places Welsh devolution on a firmer foundation, making clear what is devolved, and the responsibility of the National Assembly for Wales, and what is reserved - and the responsibility of Parliament.
Devolution gave Wales a voice and we made sure that voice speaks the language of social justice, fairness, good work, decent pay and thriving communities.
The devolution, however, did not require the national government to turn over health funds or transfer skilled health workers to local government units (LGUs).
Chairing a meeting of the committee here at Parliament House, Senator Mir Kabeer Ahmed observed that some elements were deliberately delaying the devolution process.
Heseltine didn't take long to turn the tables on her calls for more devolution of tax powers to Scotland.
THE Devolution Committee is an unelected body imposed on the people of Middlesbrough, Darlington, Stockton, Hartlepool, and Redcar and Cleveland.