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Unelected officials can play a role in rebuilding public trust

By Stephen Easton


People don’t trust politicians much, so simply asking citizens if they trust government in general elicits some pretty negative reactions. Look a little deeper, beyond this simplified view that lumps everything from all tiers of government together, and the situation isn’t nearly as bad. And some researchers think the unelected public officials need to play a more visible role to help restore the faith

Topics: Political culture, Public administration, Transparency in government
Publisher: The Mandarin
Year: 2016
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