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A councillor as a member of the district deciding and supervising body, owing to the functions and objectives of this body, should not remain dependent on the borough leader, who is the second body of the district whose activities they control. Since the borough leader is by right of law the manager of the district office exercising the powers of an official superior with relation to the employees of the office and the managers of district organisational units, the legislator prohibited a councillor from remaining in the labour relation with the district office and performing the function of the manager of the district organisational unit or their deputy during the time of carrying out a mandate. However, in order to prevent circumventing these interdictions the legislator also prohibited any forms of the so-called non-employee employment of a councillor in the office or on the position of the manager of the district organisational unit. For the above-mentioned reasons the author makes a thorough analysis of the relevant provisions of the act on the district local government, thus trying to explain doubts arising in this scope.