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It administers public affairs independent from the central and regional governments of Korea.
Now there are four new television stations controlled by central and regional governments and seven new radio broadcasters.
On Sunday, an agreement on sharing oil revenues between the central and regional governments fell apart, with the Shiites demanding more control.
The research institutes, of which there were about 10,000 in 1985, were, like their Soviet exemplars, directed and funded by various central and regional government bodies.
Nanyue's bureaucracy was, like the famed bureaucracy of the Qin Dynasty, divided into central and regional governments.
Total revenues of central and regional governments nearly doubled in relation to the gross domestic product (GDP-see Glossary) during the decade.
The Council of Representatives on Sept. 7 adopted a draft proclamation on the respective authority and responsibilities of central and regional governments.
NSCWIP's role also includes the provision of advice to central and regional government, as well as the promotion of good practice around the country.
The placement of ESS in Spain is solidly supported by central and regional governments institutions, as well as by the main scientific organisations and companies.
The negotiations were stalled on a number of issues, including the role of Islam in the state, the rights of women and the distribution of power between central and regional governments.
Already the region has benefited from the $1.2 billion spent by France's central and regional governments to insure the success of the Games by improving roads, railroads, hospitals and cultural facilities.
He consulted central and regional governments, primarily on labor market regulations and showing that supply side policies in situations of deficient effective demand caused slow growth, useless government spending and increasing public debt.
Some of the most basic issues remain hotly disputed, like the division of power between the central and regional governments, the role of Islam in state institutions, and whether women's rights will be protected by civil law.
In January 1966, a group of army officers, led by Major Chukwuma Nzeogwu, overthrew the central and regional governments, killed the prime minister, tried to take control of the government in a failed coup d'état.
The committee's responsibilities were restricted to preparing the Olympic installations spread over 13 different sites because the central and regional governments shouldered the $1.2 billion cost of building and upgrading highways, railroads, hospitals and cultural centers in the area.
To avoid this, some experts say, the American authorities face the challenge of finding compromises: reallocating economic resources, divvying up power between central and regional governments and perhaps introducing a less familiar version of democracy, one that, for example, limits participation by extremist politicians campaigning on ethnic or religious differences.
For one thing, the constitution is open to the prospect of far-reaching amendments and does not address the thorniest political issues dividing Shiites, Kurds and Sunni Arabs, like the separation of powers between the central and regional governments, and the allocation of oil resources and revenues.
Though their bearers usually maintain the monarchical styles and titles of their sovereign ancestors, both their independent activities and their relations with the central and regional governments of the federation are closer in substance to those of the high nobility of old Europe than to those of actual reigning monarchs.
The Plan Transmanche accord signed between the central and regional governments in February 1986 recognised that the Tunnel was not being built specifically for the benefit of Nord-Pas-de-Calais and that supportive investment in infrastructure, education and training would be necessary to exploit its potential and overcome its adverse effects on the Channel ports.
Two efforts at promoting the issuing of corporate bonds by creditworthy utilities, one supported by partial guarantees by USAID and the other by KfW, have failed "because of the risk-averse culture which is so pervasive in Indonesian central and regional governments", according to a USAID report.