Duty of obedience and its impact on the achievement of disciplinary and criminal responsibility of the public employee (comparative study)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2019, Volume 8, Issue issue 28 part 2, Pages 338-388
AbstractThe presidential relationship between the president and the subordinate is one of the bases of public office and not the most important at all as the basis of the administrative organization of the state, and based on that relationship between the president and subordinate employee is committed to obey the orders of his bosses in the work as one of the most important duties and ethics of the public service. . As well as to comply with the law for the purpose of protecting the social order and in order to ensure the regularity of the functioning of public facilities continuously and without interruption because the breach of duty of obedience in the field of employment between the president and the subordinate affects the proper regularity and functioning of these facilities, which affects the public interest.
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