Consultation under the preceding two paragraphs shall be conducted as determined by the assemblies of the ordinary local public bodies concerned.
Any person dissatisfied with an action of the chief executive on the right to use public facilities may appeal for review to the Minister of Home Affairs, if the action is of the governor of To, Do, Fu or Ken, or to the governor of To, Do, Fu or Ken, if it is of the mayor of a city, town or village. He/She may also take exception thereto.
Any person dissatisfied with an action on such right by any organ referred to in paragraph 1 of Article 138-4 may appeal for review to the chief executive of the ordinary local public body.
Appeal for review from an action on such right by any organ other than the chief executive and organs referred to above shall be made to the chief executive even if he/she is not the administrative agency of the next higher instance to such organ.
The chief executive shall consult the assembly for decision upon exception or appeal for review (except such as filed under paragraph 1) on such right.
The assembly shall form its opinion within twenty days from the day of such consultation.
A second appeal for review from adjudication on appeal for review (except such as filed under paragraph 1) upon such right, may be made to the Minister of Home Affairs, if the adjudication is of the governor of To, Do, Fu or Ken, or to the governor of To, Do, Fu or Ken, if it is of the mayor of a city, town or village.
Chapter XI The Relationship Between The State And Ordinary Local Public Bodies Or Between Ordinary Local Public Bodies
Section I. Involvement of The State or To, Do, Fu or Ken with Ordinary Local Public Bodies
Subsection I. Involvement of The State or To, Do, Fu or Ken with Ordinary Local Public Bodies
(Definition of Involvement)
In this chapter, the "involvement of the state or To, Do, Fu or Ken with ordinary local public bodies" shall be the following actions (limited to those cases in which the ordinary local public body is the addressee of the actions with respect to its proper qualification, and excluding grants and the return of grants from the state or To, Do, Fu or Ken to the ordinary local body) carried out by national government agencies (defined as agencies established as national government agencies as prescribed in paragraph 2 of Article 3 of The National Government Organization Law (Law No. 120 of 1948), agencies established under the jurisdiction of the cabinet according to the provision of law, and agencies established under these agencies; the same being applicable hereinafter in this chapter) or by agencies of the To, Do, Fu or Ken.