Public law in Latin America: in 2 tomes. Tome 1. The establishment and development of institutes of local governance (from city states to the end of the XX century)

Еremyan V.  Public law in Latin America: in 2 tomes. Tome 1. The establishment and development of institutes of local governance (from city states to the end of the XX century)
Author: Еremyan V.
Year: 2016
Pages: 624
Cover: hard cover
Book size: 60x90/16
ISBN: 978-5-7133-1537-5

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This monograph examines: the establishment and development of municipalism and regionalism in Latin America in XVI–ХХ centuries through the prism of comparative law; the historical background of native-Indian and Iberian municipal law and institutes of local governance during the pre-colonial and colonial periods; the legal status, structure and powers held by bodies of local governance and regionalism, unitarism, political unity and municipal autonomy during the constitutional and municipal reforms in the second half of XX century.

For students, graduates and teachers specializing in law and history; for those specializing in the constitutional, administrative and municipal law of foreign state