Gwangju Metropolitan Council

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Gwangju Metropolitan Council:

Gwangju Metropolitan Council 20115089 Lee Gahyun

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1 . Who is Gwangju metropolitan council? - Cho Ho- gwon Chairman

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2. What is the name of Dovision 1 east-district ? - Kim Young-Woo

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3. What are the status of council? Status as a Representative Body The Council is composed of members elected by the residents of the City, and enjoys status as a representative agency with a delegated power to review and decide on important matters for the local autonomous government. In a representative democracy, where constituents participate in the local autonomous government through their elected representatives, a government body responsible for representing the will of the constituents is absolutely necessary. In a local autonomous government, the city council holds such a responsibility. Status as a Decision-making Body The Council enjoys status as a decision-making body. This means that the Council has power to make final decisions on important city business on behalf of the autonomous government. In other words, the Council has the right to review general policies and make final decisions on those matters related to the imposition of any burden on city residents, the passage and revision of city ordinances, or general management of the city government. The executive body then implements those decisions made by the Council. The role of the Council is different from that of an advisory board in that it makes a final confirmation on the decisions of the local government.

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Status as a Legislative Body The Council enjoys status as a legislative body, and is responsible for making the city ordinance or rules and regulations for the local government. Exercising its legislative power is the most basic function of the Council. Although the chief executive of the autonomous government has the power to make law as well, his power is also delegated by those ordinances passed by the Council. Status as an Inspection Body The Council enjoys status as a legislative body, and is responsible for making the city ordinance or rules and regulations for the local government. Exercising its legislative power is the most basic function of the Council. Although the chief executive of the autonomous government has the power to make law as well, his power is also delegated by those ordinances passed

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4. What are the rights of council? Right to Decide The Council has a right to vote or to decide upon the autonomous local government or its council. With this right, the Council passes, revises, and repeals laws and reviews and approves government budget and accounts, as well as handling other matters under its jurisdiction as prescribed in laws and ordinances. South Korea has adopted a positive list of what falls under the jurisdiction of the Council so that matters not listed in the rules and ordinances are excluded from review by the Council. Right to Monitor the City Administration As a representative body, the Council has a right to monitor and control the administrative activities of the local government. This right is practiced in the form of ongoing inspections and investigations of administrative records. The Council monitors the administration by asking summoning government officials to hearings as well as requesting written answers or reports.

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Right to Autonomy The right to autonomy refers to the Council’s right to self-discipline in the matter of how to organize or run itself, without the presence of interference by such external agencies as the state or executive agency. Its right to autonomy includes a right to pass parliamentary rules, right to decide the opening and closing of meetings, right to maintain order, right to reprimand its members and review their qualifications, right to impeach the speaker and vice speakers, and right to decide upon internal organization. Right to Vote The Council decides upon matters by taking a vote on them. The Council has two essential rights to vote: one is the right that all members of the Council are entitled to have in deciding internal matters, and the other is provided to local governments by the laws other than the Local Autonomy Act. Right to Deal with Petitions As a representative body, the Council has a right to receive petitions submitted by local constituents, when they are endorsed by at least one member of the Council, and is vested with the right to deal with such a petition.

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5. What is Gwangju's bird, flower, tree emblems City Bird - Pigeon A lucky bird pf peace, the pigeon represents the sentimentality of the Gwangju people and their pursuit of reconciliation and stability. City Flower - Royal Azalea A wild flower found on the slopes of Mt. Mudeung , the royal azalea represents the warmth, generosity, and passion of Gwangju’s people. City Tree - Gingko Tree The sturdy gingko tree grows to a towering size and enjoys a long life, and thus represents the undaunted spirit of the Gwangju people and endless development of the city.

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