SOME PARTICULAR ASPECTS OF THE LEGAL STATUS OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATION IN THE ROMANIAN AND FRENCH CONSTITUTION

Elena Sferlea

Abstract


Part of a wider comparative research focused on the evolution of local government in Romania and France during the last twenty years and, in particular, on the progress made by the two countries in their common way towards decentralization, this study takes into account the relatively recent changes in the Constitution relating to local law and wants to emphasize the sometimes different approaches of legislators as reflected in the specifics of constitutional status in each country, especially the coordinating role assigned to the County Council, under Romanian law, and to the Senate as a national forum of local communities, under French law. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/aijjs.v8i3.1452

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