undergraduate thesis
History of local-self government

Zoran Ivšić (2017)
Polytechnic Nikola Tesla in Gospić
Administrative department
Metadata
TitlePovijest lokalne samouprave
AuthorZoran Ivšić
Mentor(s)Branislav Šutić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Početak lokalne i regionalne samouprave vidljiv je već u samim začecima nastanka hrvatske države. Može se reći da se lokalna i regionalna samouprava mijenjala s vremenom. Zakonom o područjima županija, gradova i općina, Republika Hrvatska je podijeljena na 20 županija. Uspostava sadašnjeg sustava lokalne samouprave u Republici Hrvatskoj započela je 1992. godine postavljanjem temeljnog zakonodavnog okvira. Sustav je uspostavljeni 1993. godine, a oživotvoren je provedbom prvih lokalnih izbora. U Republici Hrvatskoj ustrojeno je ukupno 555 jedinica lokalne samouprave i to: 428 općina, 127 gradova, te 20 jedinica područne (regionalne) samouprave, odnosno županija. Grad Zagreb, kao glavni grad Republike Hrvatske, ima poseban status grada i županije, tako da je u Republici Hrvatskoj sveukupno 576 jedinica lokalne i regionalne samouprave.
Keywordslocal self-government regional self-government Republic of Croatia
Parallel title (English)History of local-self government
Committee MembersTomislav Lopac (committee chairperson)
Vlatka Ružić (committee member)
Branislav Šutić (committee member)
GranterPolytechnic Nikola Tesla in Gospić
Lower level organizational unitsAdministrative department
PlaceGospić
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Law
Administrative Law and Administration
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeAdministrative study
Academic title abbreviationbacc. admin. publ.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2017-05-29
Parallel abstract (English)
First local and regional self-government is seen at the early beginnings of Croatia. Local and regional self-government have many variations in past. In nerly past law about area of local units, towns and county share Croatia on 20 countys. The establishment of the current system of local government in the Republic of Croatia started in 1992 by bringing the basic legislative framework. The system was established in 1993, and was implemented through the implementation of the first local elections. In Croatia there are a total of 555 local governments: 428 municipalities, 127 cities and 20 district (regional) governments, or counties. City of Zagreb as Croatian capital, has a special status of the city and county, so that in the Republic of Croatia there are total of 576 local and regional governments.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)lokalna samouprava regionalna samouprava Republika Hrvatska
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:107:750153
CommitterKsenija Žubrinić