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التوسع البيروقراطي الحلقة المنسية في عملية التنمية في الوطن العربي

المصدر: دراسات اقتصادية
الناشر: مركز البصيرة للبحوث والاستشارات والخدمات التعلمية
المؤلف الرئيسي: بومدين، طاشمة (مؤلف)
المجلد/العدد: ع 19
محكمة: نعم
الدولة: الجزائر
التاريخ الميلادي: 2011
التاريخ الهجري: 1432
الشهر: يوليو / رجب
الصفحات: 7 - 42
ISSN: 1112-7988
رقم MD: 526569
نوع المحتوى: بحوث ومقالات
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المستخلص: The main context of the Arab countries development strategy', today, appears in the necessity' to realize the required equilibrium between bureaucratic institutions and political ones. The growth of bureaucratic apparatus in spite of the existing political institution remains an obstacle against political development achievements. From these construct appears the increasing necessity to widen the bureaucratic role in the political system. In other words, the need to realize functional equilibrium between bureaucracy' and political institutions in order to meet the equilibrium between political system input and out puts. This may be achieved through the following: To make efficient instruments of counter corruption measures, it has been mentioned in the literature, national and international seminars certain ways to fight corruption. Here are most agreed administrative reforms and preventive regulations. In order to reach the objective, it is proposed that both ways are required without altering them one by another. The first step is to create administrative changes and internal reforms as well as to ripen social conscious in what relates citizens’ right in governmental problems. To provide efficient channels to enable citizens’ protest action and exposing their position against unfair procedures and manners. As well as to establish disciplinary procedures to preserve ethic - make efficient the role of civil society in Arabe countries as the main factor to realize a global political sustainable development, civil society was absent marginalized and this is due to historical causes among colonialism and other causes that has limited the civil society’s role, we may mention authority7 monopoly as another fundamental cause the amplification of the bureaucratic apparatus and its domination over the citizen’ concerns and the appearance of military bureaucracy since independence as an oriented power in decision making and handicap in front of civil society independency.

ISSN: 1112-7988
البحث عن مساعدة: 766708