Legal Restrictions and Freedom of Decision of the Administrative Authorities in Some European Countries
The EU enlargement to 27 countries, foreshadowed in the early 90s, has no precedent in history, representing a challenge both for Member States and for the candidate. This paper wants to research institutions of local autonomy and state sovereignty and mutual relations in the twelve Member States legal systems, administrative-territorial status of local authorities and local problem diversification and internal development of local autonomy. Romania's aspiration to join the European Union was the natural expression of the identity of ideals, values and principles, its vocation as a democratic country, deeply rooted traditions, culture and civilization, the single European space. Romania has had and continues to suffer because of the slowness with which public administration was adapted to the requirements imposed by European Union accession process.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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