Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales, Vol 11, No 2 (2018)

Local Governance comparative reviews between the Republic of Macedonia and the Republic of Kosovo

Ferid Selimi, Berat Aqifi, Xhemshit Shala, Ardian Raif Emini


Local Governance considers it as one of the basic values ​​of democratic achievements and of particular importance of the political system in general, in this paper are highlighted the common and differences of the Local Government of the Republic of Macedonia and the Republic of Kosovo, two states these, who for decades had lived together in Yugoslavia. Since the early 1990s, Macedonia has been a country of its own and has all the attributes of independence. Meanwhile, Kosovo became independent from Serbia on February 17, 2008. Thus, through interpretations of the applicable laws and other legal documents that regulate or claim a more advanced Local Government, a comparative look will be highlighted in the main segments constitute the Local Government in these two countries? Based on legal documents, as well as the literature that had the Local Governance topic or mentioned this topic, reveal the common and local differences between the two countries.


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