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Fabio Ratto Trabucco
Local And Regional Democracy In Hungary:Recent Development
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This article explores the evolution of the local and regional democracy in Hungary particularly by the 2011’s Constitution and with an analysis of local democracy in light of the European Charter on Local Self-Government. In the frame of the local government reform in Hungary, the Country appears to be engaged in a process of consolidating power at central government level to the detriment of the local authorities, which are portrayed as costly and inefficient. It follows the need of solutions conducive to local self-government, which will provide local and regional authorities with the requisite human and material resources.

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