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A ppt prsentation aboiut the levels of government

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  • LEVEL
    OF POLITICS
  • LEVEL OF POLITICS
    Professor Emmete S. Redford, there are three levels of policies based on the scope of participation normally characteristic of each and, to a lesser extent, the kind of issue involved:
    Micro politics
    Subsystem Politics
    Macro politics
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    Levels of Politics
    Micropolitics
    Efforts by individuals, companies, and communities to secure action for themselves
    Private legislation – directed to only a single person, company, or governmental unit
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    Levels of Politics (cont.)
    Subsystems Politics
    “Iron triangles” – A pattern of symbiotic relationships between congressional committees, agencies, and interest groups that is resistant to wider participation
    “Issue Networks” – Participants constantly move in and out of the network, making a cloudlike or amorphous network
    “Policy Communities” – Broader and more open than iron triangles, but under more identifiable control than issue networks
  • Agency
    Policy Matter
    Interest
    Groups
    CongressionalCommittees
  • Macropolitics
    Characterized by wide interest and participation from regular citizens and elites
    Central participants include the president (a distinctive characteristic of macropolitics), congressional leaders, executive departments, the media, and interest groups
    More actors are involved, which changes the substance of the policy decision
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  • Davao City Government
  • "Local Government Code of 1991".
    …..State shall enjoy genuine and meaningful local autonomy to enable them to attain their fullest….
     …. State to ensure the accountability of local government units …..
     … local government units, non-governmental and people's organizations…..implemented in their respective jurisdictions…..
  • CHAPTER 3. - LOCAL LEGISLATION
    SEC. 48. Local Legislative Power. -
    Local legislative power shall be exercised by the
    sangguniangpanlalawigan for the province;
    sangguniangpanlungsod for the city;
    sangguniangbayan for the municipality; and
    sangguniangbarangay for the barangay.
  • Vice Mayor RodyDuterte
    Chapter 3.Sec 49 states that the Vice mayor
    shall be the presiding officer of the
    SanguniangPanglungsod
  • THE END