Legal status of territorial bodies of federal executive authorities
The weakness and defects of territorial bodies of federal executive authorities are shown in this paper: too big personnel and not fully defined functions, weak coordination of their operation, doubling for responsibilities of local executive bodies, no detailed regulations on their cooperation with federal bodies. All this hamper the constitutional principle of the executive power identity within the Russian Federation. Some arrangements are proposed to improve the activity of the territorial bodies of federal executive authorities. Their implementation is under jurisdiction of the federal executive bodies of the Russian Federation.
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Volume (Year): 3 (2003)
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