Kirillov Youry

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  • № 4, 2003

    • Transitional status.

      According to the author, another reform of the local self-government provokes the feeling of sound anxiety, along with that of a reserved optimism. If the reform is limited to a new version of general principles and bringing the rest of legislation to conformity with them, there will be no new quality of local self-government. Y.Kirillov thinks that an appropriate organization of legislative guarantee of local self-government on the federal and regional levels, interaction between executive (both federal and regional) and judicial powers, and efficient inter-municipal cooperation are a pledge of ensuring transition from the current state of local self-government to the wishful one. The article describes in detail the measures that, according to the author, should be taken in order to make the process of reforming the local self-government more active.