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Attitudes of small municipalities to requests for information under Act No. 106/1999 Coll., On Free Access to Information.
Iran, Jakub ; Hejzlarová, Eva (advisor) ; Kohoutek, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on finding out the attitudes of small municipalities to requests for information under Act No. 106/1999 Coll., On Free Access to Information. The main aim of this work is to examine these attitudes and try to find the causes of negative attitudes. At the same time, it is also secondary ambition to 1) analyze the applicability of the right to information in the context of small municipalities and 2) try to suggest possible measures that could reduce the negative attitudes of mayors of small municipalities to the right to information. In the diploma thesis, the mayors of small municipalities are viewed from the perspective of the theory of street-level bureaucracy, whose actions have a real impact on the implementation of public policies. At the same time, policy failure is a marginal concept, which looks at the law on free access to information as an example of a failure of public policies.
Autonomy of City Districts: Case Study of the Capital City of Prague
Iran, Jakub ; Jüptner, Petr (advisor) ; Průdková, Karolína (referee)
1 Annotation Almost every European capital city is subdivided into sub-local units. This territorial division is a result of the decentralization of public administration. Sub-local parts of municipalities in different countries have different degrees of autonomy. Czech municipal system defines the institute of a statutory city, which can be subdivided into city districts. In contrast to these cities capital city of Prague must divide its territory into city districts. However, capital city of Prague has a specific position of municipality, region and capital at the same time, which means that the powers of municipality, region and capital accumulate here. This specific position is also highlighted by the fact that it is governed by its own law in comparison with other statutory cities in the Czech Republic. This bachelor thesis aims to analyze and evaluate the degree of autonomy of city districts of Prague. Furthermore, whether the current level of autonomy corresponds to the real needs of city districts in capital city of Prague.
Autonomy of City Districts: Case Study of the Capital City of Prague
Iran, Jakub ; Jüptner, Petr (advisor) ; Průdková, Karolína (referee)
1 Annotation Almost every European capital city is subdivided into sub-local units. This territorial division is a result of the decentralization of public administration. Sub-local parts of municipalities in different countries have different degrees of autonomy. Czech municipal system defines the institute of a statutory city, which can be subdivided into city districts. In contrast to these cities capital city of Prague must divide its territory into city districts. However, capital city of Prague has a specific position of municipality, region and capital at the same time, which means that the powers of municipality, region and capital accumulate here. This specific position is also highlighted by the fact that it is governed by its own law in comparison with other statutory cities in the Czech Republic. This bachelor thesis aims to analyze and evaluate the degree of autonomy of city districts of Prague. Furthermore, whether the current level of autonomy corresponds to the real needs of city districts in capital city of Prague.