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Opinion / Editorial

Principles required by the electorate for a local and efficient government

Principles required by the electorate for a local and efficient government

Governance institutions are just one of the actors in governance. Other actors include citizen groups, civil society organizations, media, businesses, research institutes, trade unions, various associations, political parties, religious leaders. As seen each of us is part of the government. Being active and understanding your role provides what we call good governance. For the municipality to have common development and the best decisions, according to the electorate, there are a number of principles that must be followed: Local elections must be free and fair, according to international standards and national legislation, without any fraud. Citizens are at the center of public activity and should be involved in clearly defined ways in public life at the local level. Participation by men and women, the elderly and the young is a key requirement of good governance. Anyone wishing to contribute to decision-making should be able to do so, either through direct means, by actually being part of the decision-making process or by giving opinions to their representatives or making recommendations to other governing institutions. local. The local government should implement the promised objectives and make the best possible use of the human capacity, resources and time available to ensure the best possible results for the community, while the whole process should be evaluated at regular intervals through the systems. performance management. Local government should always strive to serve the needs of the whole community, while public services should be provided in a timely manner, while requests and complaints should be responded to as soon as possible. All individual or collective decision-makers take responsibility for their actions. Their responsibility is enforced with effective measures against mismanagement and against the actions of local government bodies that violate rights. When there is good governance the law is enforced, local authorities respect court and legal decisions, and the rules are adopted in accordance with the procedures provided by law. The public interest always stands before the individual interest. Public officials are equipped with professional skills, and when needed to improve them, it strengthens them so as to ensure the best results expected. In a municipality where there is good governance there is always motivation to improve performance. Annual budget plans are developed in consultation with the public. Procurement procedures are done prudently, assessing needs, requirements and revenues. Public services should be affordable and the fees for them should not exceed the cost of the service provided. Costs must be properly calculated and estimated. Within the sphere of influence of local institutions, human rights are respected, protected and enforced, while discrimination is fought for whatever reason. Public officials respect the rights and freedoms of all, regardless of their differences. Cultural diversity is treated as an asset and local government makes efforts to identify with it. Undeveloped areas are constantly being integrated. Where there is good governance there is access to all public documents, only if they are classified an exception is made, but the reasons are always defined by law. Information on decisions, implementation of policies and results of activities of 61 municipalities, is made available to the public in such a way as to enable the citizen to follow and contribute effectively to the work of local institutions. A favorable climate is created to achieve the best possible results, while new ideas are welcome to be put into reality. New and efficient technologies and solutions are always in demand. Decisions are made in order to seek long-term improvements, while the needs of future generations are taken into account in current policies. Costs,