Good Governance

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Welcome presentation onGood Governance : 

1 Welcome presentation onGood Governance

Major Contents : 

Major Contents Governance Good Governance Characteristics of Good governance Pillars of Good governance Key requirements of good governance obstacles of Good governance Corruption, Media , ethics and Good governance 2

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kvmbÕ ev ÕcwiPvjbvÕ(Governance)-Gi msÁv : 

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kvmbÕ ev ÕcwiPvjbvÕ(Governance)-Gi msÁv : 

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Governance : 

Governance “Governance" means: the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented). Governance can be used in several contexts such as corporate governance, international governance, national governance and local governance. 7

mvavibZ: kvmb msNwUZ nq wZbwU g~j Dcv‡q - : 

mvavibZ: kvmb msNwUZ nq wZbwU g~j Dcv‡q - Av‡ivwcZ (Top-down planning) c×wZi gva¨‡g cªwZ‡hvwMZvg~jK evRvi e¨e¯’vi gva¨‡g miKvix Ges †emiKvix ms¯’vi †bUIqv‡K©i gva¨‡g (public-private partnership) A_ev KgywbwUwfwËK msMVb¸wji mv‡_ †hŠ_ e¨e¯’vcbvq| 8

mykvmb (GOOD   GOVERNANCE) : 

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In international affairs, analysis of good governance can look at any of the following relationships: : 

In international affairs, analysis of good governance can look at any of the following relationships: between governments and markets between governments and citizens between governments and the private or voluntary sector between elected officials and appointed officials between local institutions and urban and rural dwellers between legislature and executive branches, and between nation states and institutions. 10

8 Characteristics of good governance : 

8 Characteristics of good governance 11

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12 How will understand that we are living in good governance? Lets go to the discussion

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13 Pillars of good governance Political Parties Civil Society Civil Service Media

Executive : 

14 Executive President Prime Minister Cabinet 37 Ministries/49 Divisions 1 Million public employees 29 cadres of BCS

Legislature : 

Legislature 300 members 5% time in law making – 8th quorum crisis Sanding committee- delays and backlogs 18% of audit reports (1972-2002) 15

Judiciary : 

Judiciary 1 m pending cases 9 corruption cases Lower courts most corrupt 16

Auditor General’s Office : 

Auditor General’s Office Constitutionally independent Operationally dependent Report submitted via PM Limited performance audit – mainly regularity & compliance Delayed submission Audit/ Accounting functions 17

Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) : 

Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) Legally independent Dysfunctional Inadequate resources Poor human resources Lack of rules and policy Lack of political willingness 18

Election commission : 

Election commission Constitutionally independent – Art 118 Caretaker Government Removal similar to judges – Art 96(5) Lack of capacity to expedite election irregularities 19

Media : 

Media 39 freedom of press 25 restrictive laws (1923-2003) Media ownership restricted Reporters without borders – poor ranking Use of advertising ETV, Channel 1, Amar Desh 20

Civil Service : 

Civil Service 29 cadres & other services Insensitive and bureaucratic Political, unhealthy service conditions Merit is not primary criterion (55% quota ) No whistle blower’s protection 21

Political Parties : 

Political Parties Representation of the people order 1972. Limited compliance of election expense return 74-in 2001. No/ false public disclosure Funds used illegally – buying votes. 22

Civil Society : 

Civil Society Growing & vibrant NGOs role Few advocacy groups Environment & women’s rights. 23

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24 On the basis of discussion, Pl tell me- are we really living in good governance ? Off course not. We are living in .......

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26 How can over come this situation ? ?

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1-3 Key requirements of good governance

What does this picture mean? : 

28 What does this picture mean?

obstacles of Good governance : 

obstacles of Good governance a) Ignorance b) Corruption, c) Politicization of administration, d) Weak democratic institutions, e) Ineffective parliament, f) Absence of the rule of law and g) Absence of meritocracy etc. 29

Ethics : 

Ethics Ethics’ is derived from the Greek word ethos, which means good and bad, right and wrong and should and should not related concept or philosophical idea (Khan,1985). 30

Ethics & Good governance : 

Ethics & Good governance 01. Public Administration: Public administration is an organized body of government officials engaged in the implementation of public policy. Public officials not only implement policies, they are closely involved in policy formulation as well.

Public Administration: : 

Public Administration: It has been widely acknowledged that public administration has mainly three goals to achieve in a modern society: 1) to serve public interest; 2) to establish rule of law; and 3) to reflect people’s expectations in governmental works 32

In administrative context, ethics involves the application of moral principles to the conduct of officials in organizations: : 

In administrative context, ethics involves the application of moral principles to the conduct of officials in organizations: Ask what changes are needed in the attitudes and work practices of the public officials to: serve citizens and be fair and friendly in that service; be accountable for what they do to management, to clients and to the public in general; and remain vigilant against corruption, and not allow a conflict of interest in their work?

02. Control over Administration : 

02. Control over Administration to implement public policy with efficiency and economy. The development of positive mentality of public bureaucracy toward public welfare the administrators sometimes may take unethical or antidemocratic decisions. the quality of public administration of a country largely depends on the honesty and integrity of its administrators

03. Administrative Discretion and Ethics : 

03. Administrative Discretion and Ethics In a modern society, field level administrators are authorized to take decisions on many complex issues owing to local variations, needs and circumstances. There may be no specific legal directive to address those issues. In such cases, administrators have to depend on their own sense of judgment in making decisions. Decisions like these are called administrative discretion. 35

Case of Ethics : 

Case of Ethics Case-01: Magistrates in Bangladesh and the OCs (Officers-in-Charge) of the Upazilas (sub-districts) are empowered under Section 54 of the BCrPC (Bangladesh Criminal Procedure Code) to arrest any individual who seems to them prejudicial to state or social order and keep him/her confined in custody without bail for 24 hours. 36

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Case of Corruption : 

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52 Governance

TYPES OF Governance : 

53 TYPES OF Governance Autocratic Participative Involved Empowering VS. VS.

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54 ?

Thanks for your patience : 

55 Thanks for your patience