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Democratic governance relies on building strong institution based mechanisms to make sure that the principles of equity, representation, and participation are the basis for all decisions. Building institutions of governance entails creating a clear set of rules for each level of government to minimize the risk of decisions that are or appear to be arbitrary, biased, or in other ways iniquitous or unjust. Such rulemaking starts with the vision of a nation of itself, its value systems and traditions, its particularities of social and economic relations, and its
internal need to ennoble itself in intent and in practice. However, once this vision is laid down, to translate it into a set of workable applied guidelines that govern the day to day functioning of a set of governance institutions is usually a process that continues over a period of time, constantly reforming, shaped by changing societies and the impact of technology.

Informal Processes in Municipal Functioning in Nepal