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9 Th e State Gov e rnments sometimes place hindrance in th e forei gn policy of the Center: Sorn :t ime: ' -> t h(: s ai t: go er nments do not agr e with the foreign policy of the cent er, p,u 1 cu l <.J rly w h :n he cent er w.1nts to tak t: c rtai n me ci s ures which may affec t th e ',LI t f; ';. 10. R spon s ibility f or bad adm ini str a ti on cm no t b located : It 1s easy to fix responsibility fo r m al, idmi ni~ rd , on u1 un1 t~1 " t:o . dnr1H .:nt b 'l ZI U ') l' tt l ce nt er 1s responsible for
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