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THE DUALISTIC MODEL AND “RATIONAL CENTRALIZATION” AS FACTORS OF THE EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITHIN THE RUSSIAN PUBLIC AUTHORITY MECHANISM
Chikhladze L.T., Larichev A.A.
PUBLIC CONTROL IN THE SYSTEM OF LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT: BASES AND FEATURES
Peshin N.L.
Problems of Improving of State Policy in the Local Self-Government Area in the Process of Transformation Political System of Russia
Balykhin A.G.
Evolution of the Legal Status of Bukharans in Russian Legislation of the 18th-19th cc.
Pochekaev R.Y.
Assessment approaches of the local administration entity in Russian and European scientifically-legal traditions
Balykhin A.G.
Local government as one of the constitutional system of the Russian Federation (the modern aspects)
Ezhevski D.O.
The analysis of legal resolutions of the Constitutional Court of Transdnistrian Moldavian Republic statusing of a head of publik administration of a village (settlement)
Nemchenko P.A.
Legislative regulation of public listening on local level
Khvostunova N.V.
The role of international organizations in the development of local self-government
Ezhevski D.O.
The legal aspects of vesting the local government public powers in the social sphere
Zabelina E.P.
Reforms of the Second Part of the XIX Century in Russia: the Expirience of Modernisaition of the State and Legal Oder
Nemytina M.V.
Problems of carrying out local referendum in the Russian Federation
Ezhevski D.O.
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