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Governability, coalization and myopias in public planning of local governments: investigating small cities


The lower program content tends to make the coalition in local government less associated with public policies, concepts or ideas of government, and more associated with group interests in the short term. This effect should be reflected in the annual budget, both in the bill and in the execution and approval of amendments, offering a risk measure to maintain the coalition, the probability of the councilor voting with the leader (Evans-Cowley, 2006). The leader's recommendation to vote against or in favor of the government would be a sign that the coalition is being preserved. If the leader leaves the vote open, or recommends against the government, it means that at that time, the matter prevailed (programmatic / content vote) or the party was not satisfied with the benefits of the coalition and was in the middle of a bargaining process. (AU)

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