DECENTRALIZATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN IRAN February 22, 2010Posted by eaglebook in UMUM/GENERAL.
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trackback This book is divided into six chapters. The first chapter provides a brief background of local government. The second chapter reviews various literatures, especially focusing on several theoretical issues related to the structure of local government. The third chapter discusses the origin of local government in Iran and this chapter also provides general backgrounds on the country, especially on matters relating to its geography, population, economy and political condition. The fourth chapter discusses the overall organization and structure as well as functions of local authorities in Iran in two major parts. The first part examines the structure of local government that is composed of Councils and their status in the Constitutional law and in relations to other laws of Iran, the relationship between the central and local government and the roles of the Ministry of Interior, the Councilors and the Mayors as well as the latter’s duties within the council. The sixth chapter provides a comparative discussion of local governments in selected country such as France, the United States and Great Britain.
Authors: Hossein Alekajbaf / Jayum A. Jawan
ISBN 978 983 195 481 2
Size: 5.75” X 8.25”
Price: RM 25.00