The Government, as the highest form of political authority has visions and goals for its country that are backed by three guiding principles. The administration must be citizen-oriented, result-oriented and market-based. In order to run the country well, the administration may use these principles to support them in running programs that are more likely beneficial to the citizens, country and market as a whole. Citizen-Oriented The fundamental principle of every reform program is to make the administration more receptive to the needs of the community.
In order to maintain the good relationship to its inhabitants, the government has to adjust its programs overtime as the society is changing and evolving as a whole. As representatives of the country, the government should work for the citizens’ welfare while giving their full amount of time and effort. The promise of a genuine service to its countrymen should not be hampered by partisan politics and should not neglect the point of cooperation. After all, the government owes to its citizens the positions that the government people are now occupying.
More than ever, the government associates are elected by popular vote. Thus, they are given mandate by the society to govern not just as a representative of different political factions but as one government body aiming for the common welfare of its common people. It’s no matter who started it. Its no matter how government had begun, what matters is where this government will lead the society, in general. Result-Oriented The government’s role of assuming an obligation for its people should also be result-oriented among many others.
The government should not fail to remember the larger than life responsibility that comes with the position. The people have respectively voted for the administration to serve for the interest of the country, in general. As government, they are expected to produce results from programs, reforms, and recommendations that add value to the affirmative status of the society. These results must be directly attributable to guarantee a state of law, authority, efficient and effective public services, national security, and welfare to its people.
The government itself is not looked up as a mixture of political results. Instead they are evaluated as a whole. If one malfunctions, the other is affected. Thus, the administration should bring to a close their political partisanship in order to come up results that are highly considered favorable among its inhabitants. Market-Oriented The efficacy of the government greatly manifest in its capacity to view the society as a market. In one way or another, this local marketplace are likely expected by the public to create decisions and activities that are susceptible to the economic stability of the society.
The government is, however, regarded to meet the needs of its inhabitants, which would somehow fail because of the government’s lack of resources to fulfill their obligations. By intervention in the existing market flow of any society, the administration can obtain subsidized funds that would replenish the deficient amount of government funds for the implementation of their reforms and programs. Major points that needed exact conclusions for the market place are activities that set out rules in the market, facilitated stipulations of information, amplified demand, catalyzed private and market sectors, and anticipated risk and weaknesses.
With these guidelines, the government can regenerate its identity by executing any agenda that should highly be determined not only by the administration, but the society as well.
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