Local Self-Government and Local Administration
(2) Other administrative territorial units and bodies of self-government shall be establishable by a law.
(2) The borders of a municipality shall be established following a referendum of the populace.
(3) A municipality shall be a legal entity.
(2) The law shall establish conditions conducive to association among municipalities.
Article 138. The body of local self-government within a municipality shall be a municipal council elected directly by the populace for a term of four years by a procedure established by a law.
(2) In his activity a mayor shall be guided by the law, the acts of the municipal council and the sense of the populace.
Article 140. A municipality shall be entitled to own municipal property, which it shall use to the interest of the territorial community.
(3) The state shall ensure the normal work of the municipalities through budget appropriations and other means.
Article 142. A region shall be an administrative territorial unit entrusted with the conduct of a regional policy, the implementation of state government on a local level, and the ensuring of harmony of national and local interests.
(2) A regional governor shall be appointed by the Council of Ministers.
(3) The regional governor shall ensure the implementation of the state's policy, the safeguarding of the national interests, law and public order, and shall exercise administrative control.
Article 144. The central bodies of state and their local representatives shall exercise control over the legality of the acts of the bodies of local government only when authorized to do so by a law.
Article 145. A municipal council shall be free to challenge before a court any act which encroaches on its rights.
Article 146. The organization and the procedures of the bodies of local self-government and local administration shall be established by a law.