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Title: The trend of local self-government in Croatia
Authors: Kopaitich Jurlec, Nives
Keywords: Local Self-GovernmentDecentralizationTerritorial Organization ReformState AdministrationLegal tradition of CroatiaCroatia
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Nives Kopaitich Jurlec, The trend of local self-government in Croatia" in: Roberto Scarciglia, Maurilio Gobbo, "Nuove tendenze dell'ordinamento locale: fonti del diritto e forme di governo nell'esperienza comparata", EUT - Edizioni Università Trieste 2001, Trieste, pp. 115-123.
Series/Report no.: Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche dell'Università di Trieste - Serie giuridica
Abstract: It is beyond dispute that free market requires an efficient support and monitoring by the entire state administration apparatus. Therefore, Croatia is facing a fundamental reform of the system of both state administration and local self-government. In the previous years emphasis was put on the establishment of the basic institutes of the state and on the statehood itself, as well as on the stabilization of economy and on the reconstruction of residential and economie facilities, while the next step is certainly the building and completion of the system of state administration, further decentralization of affairs and consolidation of the local self-government, ali in order to make a more efficient and competent administration as a whole.
ISBN: 88-8303-062-1
Appears in Collections:Nuove tendenze dell'ordinamento locale fonti del diritto e forme di governo nell'esperienza comparata

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