Capabilities of Local authority in the capital
The ongoing conflict in the country led to many problems, one of which was the inability of the executive capacity of the local authority in Amanat Al-Asimah to implement the tasks entrusted to it by law, as the high level of waste and the low levels of collection and development of local authority resources coincided with the government's lifting of the annual support provided by it in making the authority The local community in the Capital Municipality is deprived of the ability and will to deal with the requirements of the local community, and with the high rates of displacement from the areas where the military confrontations occurred to the Municipality of the Capital, this has doubled the level of challenges facing the local authority at the present time.
The importance of searching for a solution to the problem of low levels of collection and development of local authority resources in the capital, Sana'a, is to create and develop its own financial resources that enable it to implement the tasks and functions assigned to it by law, as well as to help it provide the simplest services to citizens.
The problem of low levels of collection and development of local authority resources is clearly reflected in the level of services it provides to the local community, which has become almost non-existent at present in the capital. With the inability of the local authorities to collect and develop their own resources, they become, day after day, unable to deal with the basic developmental needs of society.
This paper sets out a possible solution to achieve efficiency and effectiveness in the collection and development of local authority resources in Sanaa , as it mainly focuses on empowering local authorities to collect and develop their resources by reforming a set of imbalances existing in four main axes, which are the axis of the legislative system of the local authority, and the axis of technical and technical aspects used In resource collection, the axis of building the human capacity required to collect and develop local authority resources, and the axis of control and community accountability over the collection and spending of resources.

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