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Model of Subnational Cooperation of the Autonomous Municipal Government of La Paz

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Sub-national cooperation acquires a fundamental role for local and regional development, its intervention capacities achieve a better territorial impact and ties are established from different instances of government, with NGOs, international organizations and society. In this regard, the Autonomous Municipal Government of La Paz assigns a fundamental role to the Cooperation, not only as a beneficiary institution, but also through the exercise of relations with other subnational governments. The document presented below, entitled "Model of Subnational Cooperation of the Autonomous Municipal Government of La Paz", identifies the challenges and achievements through a progressive development of institutional capacities to assume Subnational cooperation.

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