Local Government in Kazakhstan

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Abstract………………………………………………………………………………………2

Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………..3

I. Literature review…………………………………………………………………………5

II. Main Part

a) Self-government. Contradictions from Legal perspectives………………….…………….7

b) Self -government as transitional model ………………...……………………………….8

b) Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………..10

c) Research Methodology……………………………………………………………...…11

Reference………………………………………………......................................................12

Abstract

This paper explores the differences between public and private sectors by comparing public and private hospitals. That`s why it was worked out the research question.

• By analyzing the self -government’s system and clarification of which kind of sector (public or private) will flourish the life of the rural population?

The work consists of Introduction, Main parts, Literature review and Research methodology.

The purpose of this paper is to identify and investigate will it be profitable to the local self-government to be running public sector or the business sector. It is based on analysis Rodney Brooke of, Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On local government and self-government in the Republic of Kazakhstan", the study of published and unpublished documents.

I. Introduction

This research question which is going to be originated in this paper: By analyzing the self-government`s system and clarification of which kind of sector (public or private) will flourish the life of the rural population? The purpose of this paper is to identify and investigate will it be profitable to the local self-government to be running public sector or the business sector. I choose this kind of topic because I know that the financial situation of this level in country is vet poor because of when there is a budget allocation to this level comes far short of state money. As we remember from article of social-political newspaper LITER, the population who do not live in town is 35%.This interested me how one third of population whole country lives in such little amount of money. That`s why this fact attracted my attention. Another reason is according to the Article 89 of the Basic Law states: "The Republic of Kazakhstan recognized self-government, providing an independent decision population of local issues." Following the amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan of Article 98, paragraph 2 reads as follows: "Local government is the population directly and through maslikhats and other bodies of local self-government in local communities covering areas in which live in compact groups . Representative of local authorities in accordance the law may be delegated state powers". It means that it is not prohibited by the Basic Law of country if the role of government will be delegated. This fact opens new perspectives to private sector. That gives an opportunity theoretically to delegate power to business sector in self-governing and really know disadvantages and advantages of applied theory.

The following hypothesis was working out that giving a power to the another sector can cause problematic consequences as dividing country on to parts, this fact theoretically could that population would not believe to government and another levels as regional, central maybe in future will not be a part of public sector, the existence of the public sector will exhaust itself because nobody needs it and when private sector will divide country between each other it will take a time and in country will chaos ,also not professional ,competent people could rule the sector.

This paper starts from general background information about current situation about self- government. Especially about term “self-government”. Then is...
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