Sentido y orientación de la Ley 27/2013 de racionalización y sostenibilidad de la Administración local: autonomía local, recentralización y provisión de servicios públicos locales

This paper tries to identify some of the main guidelines underlying the Local Law reform made in Spain by law 27/2013 and to analyze how, in particular, this legislative change is expected to affect both the way our local governments had been acting since 1985 as well as the basic foundations of o... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Boix Palop, Andrés
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: 2014
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Laburpena: This paper tries to identify some of the main guidelines underlying the Local Law reform made in Spain by law 27/2013 and to analyze how, in particular, this legislative change is expected to affect both the way our local governments had been acting since 1985 as well as the basic foundations of our constitutional framework in relation with local government. Specifically, the paper focuses on investigating whether the notion of local autonomy allows us to preach at least some legal resistance to the changes the 2013 reform is intending to make. It also analyzes the reform as a product of the trend, traceable in recent years, aimed to limit the possibilities of regional legislatures regulating local government, i.e. as a product and evidence of a legal recentralization process. Finally, the paper studies how local public services will be provided as a result of these legal changes, explaining how the new local law, in fact, is intended to introduce measures favoring increased privatization in the provision of local services.