Panorama de la de descentralización administrativa en Colombia

Throughout its bicentennial life as an independent state, Colombia has not found the necessary stability in its political-administrative model. During the XIX century and after a chain of civil wars, successive constitutions alternatively centralists and federalists were promulgated. Finally in the... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Ordoñez Santo, Mary Luz
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Libre 2012
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Laburpena: Throughout its bicentennial life as an independent state, Colombia has not found the necessary stability in its political-administrative model. During the XIX century and after a chain of civil wars, successive constitutions alternatively centralists and federalists were promulgated. Finally in the 1886 letter of constitution the centralism was adopted as a state paradigm. Although the model was strengthened by the national unity, it simultaneously accentuated the socioeconomic differences between regions. To attack the problem, the 1991 constitution consecrated the administrative decentralization and regional autonomy as a new state paradigm. However, the financial component and transmitter of the decentralized process based on the Territorial Transfer System or General Participation System would become the cause of the state´s recurrent deficit growth. In search of its financial balance, different governments reformed the constitution in 2001 and 2007 by changing the formula for calculating the transfers from the central level to the territorial entities. The immediate consequence was a reduction in the regional participation with regard to the nation´s current income which led to a public spending recentralization process and the disinvestment of the competencies in charge of the regional government.