The present work aims to identify potential emerging that are manifesting in the space of Venezuela as a result of national, regional and local Implemented in the country following the creation of communal councils. It begins with a theoretical and conceptual framework and the legal framework established in the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Constitution), the Law of Communal Councils (LCC) in 2006 and the Organic Law of Communal Councils (LOCC) 2009, where it is assumed, first, globalization and economic development dimensions (LED) as processes acting on the environment, creating a new form of organization: political, social, technological and what economic, and secondly, the legal basis based on the Constitution. Decentralization and globalization trends, and the displacement of the welfare state, the criteria for participation and the role of civil society, the concept of responsibility, the paradigm of the "New Public Management (NPM) and the design of public policies concerted, give way to new approaches to local development, which is based the value of the land, the local. According to these theoretical foundations, taking into account national and international experiences discussed the development micro-local (community) of Venezuela: local strategies can be implemented at any location based on the community councils in the light of what our Constitution states. Identify emerging trends that could be generated under the guise of an agent to promote the achievement of public policy and concerted manner affecting the structure of the state, from the municipality as the primary political unit of the national organization and the partner organization country's territorial aimed at strengthening the development of a community from the community councils.
Keywords: Community Councils, local development, community micro-local, endogenous development.
Main Topic: Management Social and Community Development Network
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