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Bucharest is the capital of Romania and the largest city in the country with about two million inhabitants. It is the biggest economic centre of Romania that has both the municipal and departmental statuses. The deliberative body is the General Council of Bucharest with 55 councillors, while the executive body is the City Mayor. The City Hall is managed by the Mayor. The City Hall is the executive and administrative apparatus of the City. Sub-municipal level in Bucharest is organized in the network consisting of six administrative sectors that have their own deliberative and executive bodies.

local self-government – Romania; City of Bucharest; Europeanization of local government; city management



Autor: Anca Rodica Staiculescu - ; Faculty of Law, Administrative Sciences and Sociology,University »Ovidius« Constanta, Romania

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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