The Problem of Decentralization of Public Power in the Context of Territorial’s Independence
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- decentralization, independence of territory, local communities, public administration, resources of public administration, decentralization of power
The development of modern forms of social organization on conditions of prosperity and deepening of influence on human life of the information society affects all the elements of the society mechanism, and especially the public administration’s subsystem, in the first turn. Acting as a subject of public administration, the modern state gradually alters its functions by passing their significant part to the regional and local level, creating the more efficient decentralized model of public administration. The decentralization processes have become an integral feature of modern democracies. Sometimes these processes occur quite painfully for both young democracies and for the states with the stable democratic traditions. The experience of the countries testifies that the decentralization is an objective condition for the public administration’s adaptation to the social changes, taking place in the sphere of the interrelations of the state and its territorial elements. The re-distribution of the power authorities for the benefit of the territorial communities becomes an important problem for the young democracies, the solvation of which testifies to the degree of their entrance into the developed information society.
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TY - CONF AU - Valentyn Orlov AU - Obidjon Khamidov AU - Victoriia Poliakova AU - Valentyna Shylova PY - 2020 DA - 2020/03/23 TI - The Problem of Decentralization of Public Power in the Context of Territorial’s Independence BT - Proceedings of the III International Scientific Congress Society of Ambient Intelligence 2020 (ISC-SAI 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 370 EP - 377 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aebmr.k.200318.046 DO - 10.2991/aebmr.k.200318.046 ID - Orlov2020 ER -