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Vladislav Leonidovich Fedorenko, Examination on Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine
Doctor of Law, Professor, Director of the Research Center for Forensic Examination on Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Honored Lawyer of Ukraine
Oleksii Serhiiovych Dniprov, Research Institute of Public Law
Doctor en Derecho, Investigador Líder del Instituto de Investigaciones en Derecho Público
Ruslan Panchyshyn, Law of the National University "Odessa Law Academy"
Candidato de derecho, profesor adjunto del Instituto de Propiedad Intelectual y Derecho de Kiev de la "Academia de Derecho de Odessa" de la Universidad Nacional
Oleksandr Mykolaiovych Muzychuk, of Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs
Doctor en Jurisprudencia, Profesor, Abogado de Honor de Ucrania, Decano de la Facultad No. 1 de la Universidad Nacional de Asuntos Internos de Kharkiv
The notion of governance is fundamental in the management of every given society, and for this to be realized, there is that need in placing powers in the hands of it's community for the proper enhancement of the community. In it's plight of achieving credible development and potential Justice system, there that need of the local Self-Government agencies to be fully involved in the well-being of the society. It is therefore in this light that this article is explore to study and compare international experience in the area of local self-government agencies functioning, providing propositions on its implementation in Ukraine. International experience in exercising the powers by local self-government agencies is analyzed; offers concerning its adaptation in Ukraine are given. It is noted that local self-government agencies constitute an important component of the functioning and development of any country, but their impact on ensuring the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of the community, addressing their pressing issues is one that needs improvement. The positive aspect of decentralization is also due to the shift of a significant part of administrative powers from the center to municipalities and local communities in society, especially in its progressive part, there is a real chance to implement those changes, at least at the local level, which are extremely necessary for a long period of time. Conversely, if the central authorities are endowed with the maximum amount of power and imperative powers, while leaving local self-government agencies a fairly narrow amount of real power, the development tendencies of such a state will be mostly negative.
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