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The influence of European regulations on the Constitution and of certain infraconstitutional regulations regarding localpublic administration٭

Apostolache, Mihai (2014): The influence of European regulations on the Constitution and of certain infraconstitutional regulations regarding localpublic administration٭. Published in: Journal of Law and Administrative Sciences , Vol. 2, No. 1 (15 December 2014): pp. 135-144.

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Abstract

Choosing the European path allowed Romania to modernize its legislation by adapting to the European requirements. These requirements, which take the form of standards contained in various European regulations, are the result of the experience of EU bodies or the Council of Europe, as well as other international bodies. Taking into consideration all these regulations and driven by the desire to become part of the European family as soon as possible, national policy makers have modernized the legislation,thereby bringing substantial improvements to regulations regarding local public administration. The article presents the main legal and political instruments at European and international level that have positively influenced the legislation on local public administration in Romania and the internal normative acts resulting from this influence.

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