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Estudios Políticos

Print version ISSN 0121-5167
On-line version ISSN 2462-8433

Abstract

ZAPATA CORTES, Olga Lucía. Antioquia's Public Agenda: an Approach from Government Programs 2008-2011. Estud. Polit. [online]. 2009, n.34, pp.143-162. ISSN 0121-5167.

This article discusses the formation of the public agenda for Antioquia, within the context of the election of new municipal leaders for the 2008-2011 period. It describes the contrast between the formation of the citizen and government agendas. The citizen agenda is reconstructed through readings of local community diagnostic studies in which the populations of Antioquian municipalities and their representatives prioritized public issues for local government intervention. The governmental agenda is examined through a reading of the government programs of newly elected mayors and governors. The article is divided into three parts: the first, which contains a brief conceptualization of agenda creation and its place in the public policy cycle; the second describes construction of the Antioquian public agenda and lastly, part three details old and new problems for the public agenda.

Keywords : Public Policies; Public Agenda; Citizen Agenda; Development Plans; Antioquia.

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