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ហិរញ្ញវត្ថុសាធារណៈ The Public Choice approach to public finance seeks to explain how self-interested voters, politicians, and bureaucrats actually operate, rather than how they should operate.
កៀហ៊្សីស៊ីស្ថាន Despite these political moves toward independence, economic realities seemed to work against secession from the Soviet Union. In a referendum on the preservation of the Soviet Union in March 1991, 88.7% of the voters approved the proposal to retain the Soviet Union as a "renewed federation". Nevertheless, secessionist forces pushed Kyrgyzstan's independence through in August of that same year.
នយោបាយនៅកម្ពុជា Prior to 2006, elections had last been held for the Senate in 1999. New elections were supposed to have occurred in 2004, but these elections were initially postponed. On January 22, 2006, 11,352 possible voters went to the poll and chose their candidates. This election was criticized by local monitoring non-governmental organizations as being undemocratic .
កម្មវិធីស្បៀងអាហារពិភពលោក Critics claim the World Food Programme to be harmful to the aided countries. Kenyan economist James Shikwati says in an interview with "Der Spiegel": "aid to Africa does more harm than good". According to him, the food aid increases corruption as local politicians have the opportunity to steal some of the aid to bribe voters or to sell the aid in the black markets killing the local agriculture. He claims that the WFP people as an organisation "are in the absurd situation of, on the one hand, being dedicated to the fight against hunger while, on the other hand, being faced with unemployment where hunger actually eliminated". He suggests that WFP answers too easily to the calls of the corrupted governments, and supplies too much of food aid leading to reduction of the production of local farmers as "no one can compete with the UN's World Food Program".
អាប្រាហាម លីងខូល គាត់បានកើតនៅក្នុង។លីងខូលបានធំធាត់នៅរវាងរដ្ឋ និង។ដោយសារតែគាត់ទទួលបានការសិក្សាខ្ពស់  គាត់ក៏បានក្លាយជាមេធាវីនៅរដ្ឋអ៊ីលីណយ ជា ហើយត្រូវបានជាប់ឆ្នោតក្នុង បន្ទាប់ពីគាត់បម្រើការអស់រយៈពេលជាង៨ឆ្នាំកន្លងមក។ Elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1846, Lincoln promoted rapid modernization of the economy through banks, tariffs, and railroads. Because he had originally agreed not to run for a second term in Congress, and because his opposition to the Mexican–American War was unpopular among Illinois voters, Lincoln returned to Springfield and resumed his successful law practice. Reentering politics in 1854, he became a leader in building the new Republican Party, which had a statewide majority in Illinois. In 1858, while taking part in a series of highly publicized debates with his opponent and rival, Democrat Stephen A. Douglas, Lincoln spoke out against the expansion of slavery, but lost the U.S. Senate race to Douglas.
អាប្រាហាម លីងខុន គាត់បានកើតនៅក្នុង។លីងខូលបានធំធាត់នៅរវាងរដ្ឋ និង។ដោយសារតែគាត់ទទួលបានការសិក្សាខ្ពស់  គាត់ក៏បានក្លាយជាមេធាវីនៅរដ្ឋអ៊ីលីណយ ជា ហើយត្រូវបានជាប់ឆ្នោតក្នុង បន្ទាប់ពីគាត់បម្រើការអស់រយៈពេលជាង៨ឆ្នាំកន្លងមក។ Elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1846, Lincoln promoted rapid modernization of the economy through banks, tariffs, and railroads. Because he had originally agreed not to run for a second term in Congress, and because his opposition to the Mexican–American War was unpopular among Illinois voters, Lincoln returned to Springfield and resumed his successful law practice. Reentering politics in 1854, he became a leader in building the new Republican Party, which had a statewide majority in Illinois. In 1858, while taking part in a series of highly publicized debates with his opponent and rival, Democrat Stephen A. Douglas, Lincoln spoke out against the expansion of slavery, but lost the U.S. Senate race to Douglas.
សាធារណរដ្ឋរ៉ូម៉ាំង By 287 BC, the economic condition of the average plebeian had become poor. The problem appears to have centered around widespread indebtedness. The plebeians demanded relief, but the senators refused to address their situation. The result was the final plebeian secession. The plebeians seceded to the Janiculum hill. To end the secession, a dictator was appointed. The dictator passed a law (the "Lex Hortensia"), which ended the requirement that the patrician senators must agree before any bill could be considered by the Plebeian Council. This was not the first law to require that an act of the Plebeian Council have the full force of law. The Plebeian Council acquired this power during a modification to the original Valerian law in 449 BC. The significance of this law was in the fact that it robbed the patricians of their final weapon over the plebeians. The result was that control over the state fell, not onto the shoulders of voters, but to the new plebeian nobility.