Is the framework of the PSA flexible?

Yes, the PSA should be considered as a flexible framework that can be tailored to national priorities and realities. The manual should be treated as a standardized body of methodologies and procedures for obtaining comparable results and deriving common messages. Their use should be governed, on the one hand, by criteria of feasibility, availability of information and capacities; and on the other hand they should be tailored to national priorities and the process of political dialogue. Because of this, it is possible that countries will not carry out all the analyses recommended in the PSA and incorporate other priorities for the country, or shift the emphasis. 

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