Local authority (Belgium)

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A regional authority is a corporation under public law that has territorial sovereignty over a spatially delimited part of the national territory . This sovereignty also includes the residents , with the residents entitled to vote ( citizens ) being statutory full members of the corporation . The regional authority is characterized by its relationship to a territory in the form of sovereignty within the framework of the tasks assigned to it over all persons who stay on its territory, as well as by the residential address (or seat in the case of legal entities ) of its members, which is in their Area is located off. Local authorities in Belgium are:

No regional authorities are: