Briefing: 20 years of (uneasy?) co-existence: the Scottish Parliament and Scottish councils

Policy product type
Briefing tailored for LGiU Ireland from LGiU Scotland content
Published date
March 28, 2019
Author
Professor Richard Kerley, LGiU Scotland Associate
Categories
Governance, International

The position of local government in Scotland has been debated in the Scottish Parliament for the 20 years of its existence. In the same year as the anniversaries of 100 years of Irish national government and 120 years of local government, this briefing covers these issues for an Irish audience.

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