CAUSATION IN DISCIPLINARY DECISION(Quoted)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2020, Volume 9, Issue issue 33 part 1, Pages 136-156
AbstractCausation is considered a necessary matter for issuing an administrative decision to inform the offeree of the motives for which he was punished, especially with regard to informing the employee of the nature of the charge that was charged to him in order for him to be convinced of the merit of the punishment that was inflicted on him for its proportionality with the guilt that he committed, and for this importance the reasons for the disciplinary decision should be at the core of The administrative decision in order for the administrative decision to come out bearing all its causes, and from this the problem of the study became evident as the Iraqi legislator did not stipulate this requirement within the framework of its legal texts, and this prompted the researcher to adopt this topic within the framework of this study, and the researcher reached a set of results and recommendations, it was One of the most important of them is that the Iraqi legislator touched on the issue of causation in the Discipline Law of State and Public Sector Employees, which requires a legislative treatment of this issue.
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