Z teorii i praktyki samorządu terytorialnego
SOME REMARKS ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TERRITORIAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
The legal issues of territorial self-government are the subject of interest in jurisprudence. Territorial self-government forms an important and permanent part of the organizational structure of a democratic state ruled by law, which is aff ected by constitutional and international legal factors. Determining of the status of territorial self-government by means of parliament statutes and ordinances sometimes results in departing from the relevant constitutional and international requirements. That is why it is so important to guarantee the functioning of an impartial, independent and efficient judicial power in the field of the organization and functioning of territorial self-government in a modern state.