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People's trust depends not only on the deputies of the State Duma that represent regions or municipalities. However, the relevance of the problem is connected with the opposition between institutions of collegiate and individual people's delegates. This study featured the constitutional and sectoral norms that govern the public relations in the system of public authorities. The author used the perspective of trust assurance to study the constitutional and legal regulation of public authorities and local self-government within the framework of public authorities. The study involved general scientific and special methods, e.g., comparative legal and dogmatic analyses, and described the relations between the federal authorities, the state power, and the local self-government. The analysis revealed a set of norms that allows for a reasonable compromise between the constitutional principles of the separation of powers and the unity of the system of public power. The author believes that the non-achievement criterion used for assessing the performance of municipal authorities should be removed. The right to express confidence or distrust is a power that belongs to the people's representation. It has uncertain legal consequences and cannot be associated with obligatory removal from office, forced resignment, and other legal forms of early termination of powers.

highest official, President of Russia, head of the municipality, people's trust, state authorities, local self-government bodies, public authorities
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