Law Of 24 June 1925 – Administrative Unification Law Purpose, Goals, Limits
The administrative unification law of 24 June 1925, with the 1923 Constitution, was a corollary of the interwar legislation and ensured a uniform development of all provinces of the country. The law is divided into six titles, comprising 400 articles containing provisions on the division of the kingdom territory, the village statute, the organization and functioning of the county institutions, the administrative elections, the validity of the proceedings of municipal and county councils and of the permanent delegations, the treatment of goods and works, the local finances, the activity of representatives of central authority.
Volume (Year): 11 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1(13) (June)
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