What is local government?
The concept of local government can be defined in organizational, material and formal terms. From the first point of view, the administration is all units acting on behalf of the state, from the material point of view it is the operational affairs of the state, and from the formal point of view - all the activities carried out by the government agencies.
The legal basis for the existence of a local administration is the constitution of the state and the laws. The principle of subsidiarity is contained in the preamble to the constitution. He calls for the creation of such a regime, the role of the state in the satisfaction of individual and social needs is reduced to a minimum.
The principle of the decentralization of public authority, in turn, requires the delegation of a large number of possible public functions by guaranteeing the right to independence and the necessary resources. The work of the local administration is controlled by the voivode, who is the representative of the state administration.