Critical appraisal of the role of the Public Service Commission in the Sudan, 1954-1969
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Critical appraisal of the role of the Public Service Commission in the Sudan, 1954-1969 by Ahmed Hassan Rafia

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Published by Tamadoun Printing Press in Khartoum .
Written in English


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StatementAhmed Hassan Rafia.
The Physical Object
Pagination52p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19305572M

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The Public Service has undergone various transformation processes since the advent of democratic rule in As an institution entrusted with the mandate to, among others, promote the values and principles of public administration enshrined in Chapter 10 of the Constitution,1 the Public Service Commission (PSC) has, throughout this period. such as the important role of chiefs, in part due to the influences of colonial and post-colonial administrative and governance policies. The Anglo-Egyptian colonial powers introduced chieftaincies and chief courts as the basis for native administration throughout South Sudan. Chiefs continue to play a key role in local justice, service. Ahmed Hassan Rafia has written: 'Critical appraisal of the role of the Public Service Commission in the Sudan, ' Explain the PERT model? Purpose o Critical Path Planning and Scheduling. Accommodation: Public services serve as instruments for dispute settlement and for the creation of political loyalty. Service provision becomes instrumental in ‘binding critical elements of the population to the state’. Public service delivery, then, is a highly political matter.

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