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Public Budgeting & Finance
Length: 9 pages (2702 Words)
Public Budgeting and Finance
Politics refers to the activities involving the governance of a nation state or other areas of national interest involving power. It may also refer to the activities of governments pertaining to relations between nations, as well as the academic study of the state and government. In most cases, politics influence the way a country is governed and sharing of resources and power. It also influences the political setup that directly impacts on the national budgeting process (Good 4). Those who represent the people in government are majority politicians and are responsible for making laws, which also include the budgetary laws and processes and international economic relations between nation states.
Politics play a significant role in the national budgeting and finance. For instance, it is the politicians that have been democratically elected to represent the people that pass laws dealing with budgetary processes. The same politicians are directly involved in endorsing or opposing appointments of the various representatives and directors in the Department of Finance. Politics also influence the national finance and budgetary process by having politicians represent their grievances to the government leading to allocation of funds in different amounts to different departments (Good 12)