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2.1 Constitutionalism

Constitutionalism is adherence to a system of constitutional government and constitutional process. It envisages a government in which power is distributed and limited by a system of laws that the rules must obey. Constitutionalism is the idea that the government can and should…

1.7 Multi-level governance and Nepal: Informal, civil society, local, cooperative, corporate governance and UNO

Informal governance The body which doesn’t appear in direct policy making, governance, law formulation but have an indirect impact on the issues are informal governance. It cannot be seen easily as influential factor but have a huge impact and saying on governance. Who…

1.6 National security management: Concept, scope and existing provisions of national security in Nepal

A state has the policy to neutralize its security threats. In early days physical attacks and defending such attack was important but now cyber attack and data theft has become more important. After the end of second world war and establishment of UN,…

1.5 Governance system in Nepal

Governance system is determined by history, geography, politics, social and cultural situation of that country. Governance system can be unitary or federal and presidential or parliamentary. In context of Nepal, its system is as follows Constitutionally federal but practically unitary: Article 4 of…

1.4 Nation building and State building

Nation building (Rastra Nirman) Part 1 – Article 3 – Constitution of Nepal 2072 defines Nation as “Having multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-religious, multi-cultural characteristics with common aspirations of people living in diverse geographical regions, and being committed to and united by a bond of…

1.3 Right to Information and transparency

Transparency “Transparency is a characteristic of government, companies, organization and individuals that are open in the clear disclosure of information, values, plans, process and action.” – Transparency International Transparency creates accountability and helps in control of corruption. Why transparency? Transparency creates non corrupt…

1.2 Political and administrative structure of governance

Politics is a supreme policy of the state. It is a pillar of governance. To have access to governance political actors should be approved by the people via election. A great election manifesto stating vision of a party is crucial for success for…

1.1 Fundamentals of governance: Concept, context and characteristics

Modern concept of governance means the selection of representatives from the people via democratic process of election and rule the people by following certain set of predefined rules and laws. Governance means work on the concern of the people and state’s development. Aspect…

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October 2021