In light of the exceptional circumstance that countries are going through, it is necessary for governments to be bold and take innovative measures to mitigate the impact on state-owned enterprises and their affiliated bodies.
And on (financial and corporate markets) represented by families and the private sector, as institutions will inevitably be reshaped in a manner that achieves a balance between ensuring accountability for the flow and redirection of financing and additional resources, and carrying out their daily work, all this without compromising the principles and norms of good governance systems.
While governance was embodied as a term with its basic contents in the practices of (transparency, integrity and accountability) as a product of self-defense for societies from actual or potential threats, the decade of the eighties and until today has witnessed the interest of global and international organizations and institutions represented (the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the Organization for International Development and Cooperation Governance as one of the most important basic factors affecting the chances of achieving the sustainable development goals. Through framing, it provides its applications to include the activities of the state with its three powers (executive, legislative, and judicial) and companies and institutions in general, and under the title of good governance, whose practices are the basis of the sustainable development goals.
The problem of the research is clear through the presence of practices that predict the exposure of governance to the erosion practiced by the systems of insignificance, and this resulted in the success of the trivial people in injecting their systems into the body of governance practices, controlling and managing them, but even employing them to achieve their goals and interests, while they pretend to be protectors and sponsors of it, so governance turned from the area of maturity to an area Insignificance has become a tool for the development of underdevelopment (distortion of governance and its transformation from governance to promote sustainable development to governance for the development of underdevelopment).
Accordingly, according to the philosophy of the current research, governance can go in two completely contradictory directions, one of which is (absolutely positive), whose results are reflected on achieving sustainable development through good governance at its organizational levels, and the other (absolutely negative), whose results are reflected in the control of the practices of insignificance systems, so that governance looks like completely different addresses. About its true origins according to its results and how to apply it.
Aljalely, Alaa; Abdul Gabar, Manal; and Sarhan, Amal
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