Territorial Decentralization: An Obstacle to Democratic Reform in Central and Eastern Europe? by Michal Illner

18 de noviembre de 2013

The transformation of the territorial structure of government—its decentralization, particularly the introduction of territorial self- government—was considered an essential task in the process of rebuilding political and administrative systems in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989. Indeed, the reforms of territorial government followed closely after the collapse of the Communist regimes and after the transformations of the constitutional bodies and central governments in 1990.

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