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urbe. Revista Brasileira de Gestão Urbana

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RODOVALHO, Sarah Afonso; SILVA, Mônica Aparecida da Rocha  e  RODRIGUES, Waldecy. Participatory urban planning and democratic management in Palmas (TO) according to the deliberative democracy. urbe, Rev. Bras. Gest. Urbana [online]. 2019, vol.11, e20190072.  Epub 09-Dez-2019. ISSN 2175-3369.  https://doi.org/10.1590/2175-3369.011.e20190072.

This study assumes that Evans's theory of deliberative democracy (2003) is related to the practice of participatory urban planning and the democratic management of cities recommended by the City Statute, which in the Participative Master Plan is the main instrument of urban development in counties. In this sense, this article seeks to present, in the light of participatory democracy, the processes of participative urban planning and democratic management of Palmas, in the elaboration, approval and implementation of the Palmas Participatory Master Plan (TO). Methodologically, bibliographical and documentary research was carried out, which put into dialogue the concepts of deliberative democracy and the determinations of the City Statute regarding participatory urban planning and democratic management. The documents for the formulation of the Participatory Urban Plan of Palmas (PUPP), the analysis of the Supplementary Law 155/2007 document by the Municipal Institute of Urban Planning of Palmas (MIUPP) and others municipal laws were analyzed. In this way, it was possible to conclude that the PUPP elaboration methodology was part of a participatory urban planning practice, designing institutions of deliberative democracy through meetings and public hearings, but the spaces of democratic management did not consolidate, making a governance strengthened by participation impossible.

Palavras-chave : Deliberative democracy; Participatory urban planning; Democratic management; Participatory Urban Plan; Palmas (TO).

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