LGFGR 2 will have significant benefits and positive effects on regional service delivery, financing, and capacity development. The key expected benefits are as follows: (i) Strengthened management and coordination of fiscal decentralization by the central Government, and improved leadership, supervision, and coordination of the capacity
development of regional governments. (ii) Clearer assignment of expenditures between levels of government and improved criteria for establishing new regional governments, leading to more efficient allocation of expenditures and better vertical balance in financing between levels of government. (iii) Improved technical and policy environment for
intergovernmental fiscal transfers, revenue sharing, and local own-source revenues, leading to more transparent and equitable outcomes across regions (better horizontal
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