Argument for the Implementation of Decentralizing and Decongestioning the West Department of Haiti

Subject:

Law

Order Description
Title: Argument for the Implementation of Decentralization of Powers and Decongestion (Devolution) of Publics Services of Haiti
Objectives:
1. Demonstrate that the all powers are concentrated into the hands of the Head of the State
2. Demonstrate the negative effects of a non-decentralized Haiti
3. Demonstrate the negative effects of a Haiti without devolution
4. Demonstrate the benefits of decentralization and devolution throughout the territorial collectivities.

Limitations: This paper will focus on one of the 10 departments of Haiti; West Department. Focus on the communes along with their rural sections
Additional Files: No, except the Constitution of Haiti of 1987, which prescribes decentralization and states that to be effective, decentralization must be accompanied by devolution through which the various public services of the government will be distributed to reach the farthest communities.
Additional Notes:
1. Demonstrate that decentralizing and deconcentrating the West Department will provide a just and equitable and utile, durable territorial collectivities where powers will be distributed to allow local governments to have decisional authorities of their communes or rural sections.
2. Demonstrate decentralizing and deconcentrating the West Department will facilitate individual integration and enable participative democracy.
This research will be conducted in order to request that the government respect the letters of article 66 of the Haitian Constitution of 1987, which propose the autonomy of territorial collectivities.

 

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