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An Alternative to the ever expanding Federal reporting requirements is a program of self-governance by those receiving Federal assistance.
That time the situation was not same when GESA (Gilgit-Baltistan Empowerment and Self-Governance Order 2009) was promulgated then each party had individually pointed out the flaws in the act.
The Gilgit-Baltistan Order 2018 would replace the GB Empowerment and Self-Governance Order of 2009.
Nica, Elvira (2015c), "ICT Innovation, Internet Sustainability, and Economic Development," Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 3(3): 24-29.
Bilgen also stated that the taking of the issue of curfews to international platforms for discussion is a right and normal procedure, once again repeating that his party has never attempted to apply to the UN over the issue of autonomy of self-governance.
Westbank started its move toward self-governance a number of years ago with its own land code under the Land Management Act, and later rolled that land code into Westbank's self-governance structure.
In a non-developmental reading of Hal, Shannon claims that, insisting on the isolation and self-governance of kings, he feigns but ultimately rejects friendship with Falstaff.
On the basis of these often surprising juxtapositions, Schneewind maps out the different channels through which Enlightenment thought tended toward a morality of self-governance increasingly independent of theistic assumptions.
209 would modify eligibility requirements for tribes participating in the Tribal Self-Governance (SG) program, which authorizes Indian tribes to assume responsibility for certain programs, functions, and services or activities that would otherwise be carried out by the federal government for the benefit of tribal governments.
Nica, Elvira, and Ana-Madalina Potcovaru (2015), "Effective M-Government Services and Increased Citizen Participation: Flexible and Personalized Ways of Interacting with Public Administrations," Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 3(2): 92-97.
In his speech, Erdoy-an referred to the several co-mayors of southeastern districts who were recently arrested based on their statements on "self-governance," with the words, "They're now being tried."
One example will have to suffice: in the fine chapter on Paradise Lost, one welcomes an emphasis on Milton's transformation of the epic by "making the self-governance of the Edenic couple central to his poem" (256), but self-governance is no less central to The Faerie Queene, and many aspects of that endeavor are more elaborately anatomized by Spenser than by Milton.