The article considers organizational, legal, financial, and economic aspects of the interaction between local and territorial public self-government bodies and defines the main models of such interaction. The study is based on qualitative methods of collecting information, with document analysis as the main method. As a result, the authors substantiate four models of the interaction between local self-government bodies and territorial public self-government bodies: intersectional, organizing, supporting, and partnership interaction. The parameters influencing the choice of each model are as follows: the administrative (free) method of creating territorial public self-government, the degree and quality of legal regulation of their activities, the amount and format of consultation, and financial and other material support from local and territorial public self-government bodies. The authors conclude that the best model of interaction between local and territorial self-government combines the legal principles of partnership and organizing mechanisms, including the principle of complexity, consulting, and financial support; the principle of property and organizational independence of territorial public self-government bodies from local self-government; the principle of involving territorial public self-government in solving local issues; the principle of competitive evaluation of territorial public self-government bodies and their activities.
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