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5 August, 03:09

Devolution is a policy that removes a program from one level of government by delegating it or passing it down to a lower level of government, such as from the national government to the state and local governments. T/F

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  1. 5 August, 04:27
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    True.

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    Devolution is a mechanism in which a country's central government transfers control to federal, state, or local level that means at sub-national levels. The process of devaluation emphasis that more power and authority is to be allowed the territories that want greater control over their affairs. The power exercised by Scotland and Wales over their own region while sticking to be a part of the United Kingdom is a perfect example.
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