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Control of local governments in Croatia: Many components, still weak control


Koprić, Ivan; Crnković, Mateja; Lopižić, Iva
Control of local governments in Croatia: Many components, still weak control // A threat to autonomy? Control and supervision of local and regional government activities / Max-Geis, Emmanuel ; Guérard, Stéphane ; Volmerange, Xavier (ur.).
Pariz: Institut Universitaire Varenne, 2018. str. 91-112


Naslov
Control of local governments in Croatia: Many components, still weak control

Autori
Koprić, Ivan ; Crnković, Mateja ; Lopižić, Iva

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, ostalo

Knjiga
A threat to autonomy? Control and supervision of local and regional government activities

Urednik/ci
Max-Geis, Emmanuel ; Guérard, Stéphane ; Volmerange, Xavier

Izdavač
Institut Universitaire Varenne

Grad
Pariz

Godina
2018

Raspon stranica
91-112

ISBN
978-2-37032-152-7

Ključne riječi
local self-government supervision ; administrative supervision ; court supervision ; civil supervision

Sažetak
Control of local governments in Croatia is manifold and becomes more and more complex. It started in the early 1990s as the control of legality, but financial control was added soon. For more than a decade, the control system was hierarchical, not fully in line with the standards of the European Charter of Local Self-Government. New constitutional principles enacted by the constitutional reform of the year 2000, as well as the Law on Local Self-Government of 2001, harmonized the control system with the standards of the Council of Europe. Transparency control became a new issue during the 2000s, with open access to public sector information, imposing standards of financial transparency, anticorruption, prevention of the conflict of interest, and other measures. Although the tools such as participatory budgeting, performance measurement, ethics and quality control are not sufficiently applied and developed, it seems they will be a hot issue during the 2010s. According to the included bodies and subjects, control can be systematised as the administrative control (control of administrative bodies and the Government), judicial control (of the Constitutional Court, the High Administrative Court, other courts), the independent state bodies’ control (the State Audit Office, the Public Information Commissioner, the Public Procurement Commission, independent regulators for network industries, etc.), and civic (NGO and citizens’) control.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Pravo



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Pravni fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Ivan Koprić (autor)

Avatar Url Iva Lopižić (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Koprić, Ivan; Crnković, Mateja; Lopižić, Iva
Control of local governments in Croatia: Many components, still weak control // A threat to autonomy? Control and supervision of local and regional government activities / Max-Geis, Emmanuel ; Guérard, Stéphane ; Volmerange, Xavier (ur.).
Pariz: Institut Universitaire Varenne, 2018. str. 91-112
Koprić, I., Crnković, M. & Lopižić, I. (2018) Control of local governments in Croatia: Many components, still weak control. U: Max-Geis, E., Guérard, S. & Volmerange, X. (ur.) A threat to autonomy? Control and supervision of local and regional government activities. Pariz, Institut Universitaire Varenne, str. 91-112.
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