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The self government’s asset, incomes and its management, the resources of the areal-development-region –the separate regulation of the two regional unit- part II. The possibilities of the reform

In: Proceedings of FIKUSZ '09

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  • Csilla MIZSER


    (Budapest Tech Keleti Károly Faculty of Economics)

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    The reform process of public administration have to be continued on the basis of the regionsystem – and the two structures have to exist together and cooperate with each other. Regional self-governments and counties can exist in line with each other. The basic tasks and authorities of regional self-governments has to be declared in the Constitution. Regional self-governments have to possess the legislative authority, which would be similar to the county selfgovernment’s competence, which would be similar to the county self-government’s decreeconstitutional competence. Political basis is needed to it at local, county and national levels. The regulation has to consider, that the modern european regionalization was directed by the ethnic-historical reasons, but also the intetion to balance the economic inequalities. The territorial and economic development have to indicate the main line of the hungarian region’s activity. The county level would not mean self-governance any more –but the institutions of the territorial development has to be established also at the county level. The established and direct elected regional self-governments would take over development tasks from the central government, from government offices and from de-concentrated organs, breaking the practice, in which the working out of programmes and the distribution of development resources depend on the central state-apparatus.

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    This chapter was published in: László Áron Kóczy (ed.) Proceedings of FIKUSZ '09, , pages 129-138, 2009.
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