By Valérie Guichaoua & Sophie Radermecker ; virtual words translations, Natasha Cloutier [and] Franck Bachelin.
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The need to satisfy both the constituency (or county) party as well as the branch can therefore loom large in the calculations of the individual councillor. It encourages him to look after the interests of the ward and to avoid adopting political postures that may endanger his chances of reselection. Although there are always examples of councillors who neglect their party duties or pursue policies not favoured by their party (some of whom pay the penalty), the vast majority accept that they are representatives of the party and understand the limitations this imposes on their actions.
34 The Limits of Power Governments have long recognized the problems of central-local relationships and continue to stress their desire to encourage vigorous and independent local govern ment. This theme has been reiterated in a series of white papers 93 and ministerial pronouncements. ' 94 This dilemma, on a broader scale, is at the heart of the devolution debate, and of discussions about the prospect of further local government reform introducing regional authorities. 95 While it may be true that local government, in certain respects, enjoys little independence, there is some evidence pointing in the other direction.
22 The Limits of Power economic and social circumstances leading to the development of a professional bureaucracy and the rise of the political parties. All these changes made it clear that the responsibility for county government rested upon a combination of chief officers and the leading councillors, who formed a kind of ministerialist party or inner ring'. ' 58 The published research analyses the situation prior to local government reorganisation, and most of it considers cases of single-party rule whether permanent or liable to change.
Julian Assange-- Wikileaks : warrior for truth by Valérie Guichaoua & Sophie Radermecker ; virtual words translations, Natasha Cloutier [and] Franck Bachelin.