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More recently, the coalition agreement signed in October 2009 reiterates a commitment to coherence for development. While a high level of commitment is necessary, progress towards policy coherence also depends on embedding the concept within the various government departments and setting clear priorities for its implementation. This requires an overarching policy statement on policy coherence for development, as recommended by the last peer review, together with a clearly-prioritised and time-bound coherence agenda which sets strategic crossgovernmental goals and provides a clear plan for implementation.

BMZ will need to define what the government’s planned change of course means strategically and operationally, and particularly how it will affect the many commitments, policies and strategies put in place since the last peer review. It will also be important for BMZ to clarify for itself, German stakeholders and Germany’s partners the rationale for the change of course. This might best be addressed through a clearly-defined policy for development co-operation. The legal and strategic framework The framework for Germany’s development co-operation policy comprises (i) the budgetary procedure; in particular the budget act passed by the Bundestag each year; and (ii) the Coalition Agreement that covers each legislative period.

BMZ will need to define what the government’s planned change of course means strategically and operationally, and particularly how it will affect the many commitments, policies and strategies put in place since the last peer review. It will also be important for BMZ to clarify for itself, German stakeholders and Germany’s partners the rationale for the change of course. This might best be addressed through a clearly-defined policy for development co-operation. The legal and strategic framework The framework for Germany’s development co-operation policy comprises (i) the budgetary procedure; in particular the budget act passed by the Bundestag each year; and (ii) the Coalition Agreement that covers each legislative period.

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