Considerations about administrative decentralization and local autonomy in Romania

Author:Catalin Silviu Sararu
Position::Department of Law, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Decentralization is not the opposite of centralization, but its diminution, diminishing the concentration of powers. By means of decentralization certain public services of local interest are transferred from the competence of the center to that of some local public administration authorities, which have independence from the central power, are autonomous and are not subordinated to it. The idea... (see full summary)

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