The role of administrative judiciary in the implementation of laws and financial decisions A comparative study
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2017, Volume 6, Issue 21 part 1, Pages 174-207
We find that the rules of legality require in the rule of law that the executive authority to implement the laws and the minimum administrative authorities to implement the decisions issued by the higher administrative authorities without interference from any other party, the implementation of laws and administrative decisions in general and financial, especially from the original competencies of the executive authority in all formations And its various administrative bodies, according to its competence and location. However, the administration may refrain, delay, delay or implement a deficient or truncated implementation in order to gain time or money, especially since these kinds of laws and decisions result from the mere delay in Which may cause great harm to the person who issued the law or the decision in their favor. A law may be issued to require a certain ministry to grant certain financial privileges to a class of citizens. However, this ministry is hesitant to issue instructions to its departments concerned with the implementation process, which removes the law from its content and makes it merely ink on paper. A specific administrative body shall issue a decision to grant a specific financial right to an employee in one of its formations. Such formation shall be delayed or the execution of the implementation shall be delayed in contravention of the content of the decision issued by the higher department.
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