LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA WITH AN OVERVIEW OF THE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA

Dragan Bašić, Slavica Bašić

Апстракт


Local self-government units are key cells of every country’s development, pervading deeply needs and interests of local community members, the citizens of a state, who are considered to be the key factor in survival and development of a community. No successful democratic society can be achieved without a good and effi cient local self-government. For that reason, a special attention needs to be brought to the issue of local self-government units. 
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, there is a fragmented system of local self-governmentmunits at entity level, with a very low degree of mutual cooperation, which greatly complicates and hinders the functioning of local self-government units at the state level. There is no unity in regulation and compliance of local self-government units functioning, at the state level, with the European Charter of Local Self-Government, or the documents of the Council of Europe, which is at odds with the aspirations of our country in the process of Euro-Atlantic integration with the rest of Europe.


Кључне ријечи


local self-government, monotype and non-monotype system, the European Charter of Local Self-Government, fi nancing of local self-government units, municipal bonds, Association of Municipalities and Cities

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7251/DEFEN1501003B

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