Pros And Cons Of Decentralization

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Decentralization Party, but, actually organized and supported, it appeared, by the secret Young Arab group. The Congress articulated its demands through its organizers for the political and cultural rights of the Arabs, making the Arabic the official language in the Arab provinces, and for administrative reforms and decentralization within the Ottoman Empire. The C.U.P. who were in power at the time opposed the idea of holding a Congress tried to prevent its inauguration but failed and accepted to enter into negotiation with its chairman Abdul-Hamid al-Zahrawi. As a result an agreement was reached according to which some of the Congress demands were granted such as the use of Arabic as the official language of the Arab provinces, the

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