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of the People’s Republic of China and State Council. The fourth part was mainly dealt with the local level governing organ, i.e. the local People’s Congresses and the local People’s Councils. The fifth part was the organs of self-government of

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institutional level innovation persisted. While the ownership of schools was transferred from local self-governments to the state, and central government control was strengthened also in higher education, the implementation of EU funded development programs was

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of school life : the areas in which students express their opinions , school decision-making and the operation of the student self-government (DÖK); 4. opportunities for a more democratic school operation , being informed about public affairs

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-to-onset government. b. No self-government. The meaning of (13a) should be self-explanatory and is based on the observation that coronal obstruents are excellent governors, cf. (6), which can also be seen in languages other than English, cf. Pöchtrager (2003) for

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