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2018 | 11(19) | część 2 | 241-254
Article title

Dva pohľady na pojem samosprávy

Title variants
EN
Two views on the concept of self-government
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
In the first of Czechoslovak republic, mainly under the influence of the normative theory, started many legal researchers to pay attention to public law branches. Administrative law and self-government were not the exceptions. The discussion about self-government was focused mainly on the issue of its function in society. On the one hand, we are confronted with a political concept of self-government, and on the other hand, with a legal concept of self-government. The political concept of self-government was based on the historic originality of local authorities and on the idea that self-government is a collective version individual that has natural rights. The theory of legal concept of self-government was based on the fact that, despite the historic originality of the municipalities, the State is the only sovereign on its territory. The municipality is therefore only subject of its power and its competence is being delegated by the state. Self-government is therefore a collective organization created by state.
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241-254
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