What is redistricting?
Redistricting as seen in the newly created districts is a good form of governance since it includes allocation of power and equal distribution of resources/devolution to the people at local level. For example, in developing countries, redistricting is vital because it calls for governments to have local governments or municipalities to ensure that national resources are distributed to the grass root level rather than concentrate at a central place. In addition, it calls for inclusive and democratic principles that are elements of good governance. Redistricting is significant to economic prosperity, expanded social structure incorporating a middle class that is expanding, and a celebrated national culture that encourage diversity. All the features of good governance include inclusion, accountability, and transparency, respect of rule of law, participation, and responsiveness, which developing countries need to adopt in order to prosper or develop (Etisham & Vito, 2002). Creating more districts will ensure that each district has equal or almost same number of voters which will need the government to reapportion seats between States. It is significant to note that creating more districts will increase the number of voting districts which in turn could raise the influence of minority people or voters.
However, redistricting leads to delegation of authority to the lowest public enterprise without stating the duration of the shift with the main reason being to avoid daily