ABSTRACT. Azmat and Coghill observe that ‘good governance’ is increasingly regarded as pivotal to development in developing countries. Pekassa Ndam examines whether the new political dynamism and legislative architecture of Cameroon in terms of communication has been accompanied by innovations in the administrative control of organizations. Ortega points out that it has been a tradition in the Spanish model of management of local services for these to be provided either by the municipality itself or by contracting out services to a private company. Pasquier and Villeneuve remark that transparency in the activities of government and public service agencies has become a democratic sine qua non.




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