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good governance

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The governance (as described above) which entails sound public sector management (efficiency, effectiveness and economy), accountability, exchange and free flow of information (transparency), and a legal framework for development (justice, respect for human rights and liberties). In the development literature, the term ‘good governance’ is frequently used to denote a necessary pre-condition for creating an enabling environment for poverty reduction and sustainable human development.

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