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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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Xli.

THE COMMUNES.

(74j The Autonomy of the Communes.

Whilst the provinces and the bailiwicks
merely represent circumscribed parts of the
State administration (vide section 63) the law
recognises the right of the communes to
self-government.

Within the framework of communal
administration we find all the local interests of the
commune—finance, communal property, schools,
sanitary matters, legal assistance, and police.
The only exceptions are for certain cases
which, by virtue of special laws, come under
the jurisdiction of the State authorities.

Communal autonomy is, however, not un-

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