Some Constitutional and Legal Issues for Local Self-Government Development in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Erkin Ermanovich Duisenov, Nazhiya Khusainovna Kalisheva, Yerbolat Baurzhanuly Zholat, Yerkanat Dmitriyevich Kaliskarov

Abstract


The article examines some topical issues that independent countries, including the Republic of Kazakhstan, are facing. They are as follows: effective form of local self-government selection issue. A developed and strong local self-government is one of the conditions for forming a civil society. Its place in the public authority system is determined by the fact that the local self-government has two beginnings: social and governmental. In accordance with the estimation of expert communities, governmental beginning is dominant in Kazakhstan, while social beginning is dominant in Kyrgyzstan. The Constitutions of these countries have a prime importance in solution of these issues.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n4p294


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