Legal System Practices of Local Bodies in Federal Governance
Keywords:vice-chairman, federal governance, legal system, local government, municipalities
The rule of law is the most important concept of modern democratic governance. Through its successful and effective practice, democracy can be made beautiful and alive. Therefore, legal system become the soul of constitutionalism, good governance and human rights. In this context, this study examines legal system practices of Likhu rural municipality of Nuwakot district through document analysis and review method. The study found dilemma among the local Politicians or elected representatives. For them is it still a local government or a division of the provincial and federal administrations at the municipal level? However, it is seldom given much thought that municipal governments have power in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. The constitution contains a framework for allocating power among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of a government. Nepal's local government practices of the legal system over various time periods.
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