Federal Service Council between supervision and independence in Iraq
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2017, Volume 6, Issue 20 part 2, Pages 155-186
Study the impact of the Federal Service Council on the administration of bodies and activity, especially after the great development that has been resolved in the management systems of public utilities.
The existence of an independent regulatory body that regulates the administrative work in the state with the aim of regularizing the state's public facilities regularly and steadily is necessary for the integration of the legal elements of the state aimed at realizing the principle of legality which is based on the public interest. The Federal Service Council is a modern constitutional institutional experience that is consistent with developments Which occurred in the facilities of the State, and lead the Federal Service Council many of the functions that serve the development of the administrative apparatus in Iraq, and this led to the need to organize these aspects by the Federal Service Council and the statement of competencies entrusted to him and degree of independence And its effective supervisory role in the field of career service in Iraq.
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