WHAT DOES DAR MAKE OF GOVERNANCE? 2012 - TWAWEZA
In additi on to voting, citizens can participate in democratic processes in many ways. People can take part in community meeti ngs, share concerns with a public offi cial, call a radio or television program to express their views or peacefully demonstrate on the streets. This everyday form of citizen participation is increasingly seen as an effective way to enhance trust between citizens and those who govern them, and as crucial to strengthening transparency, accountability and service delivery outcomes.
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