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European public administration under the principles of legality, proportionality and subsidiarity

Mihaela Carausan ()

No 464, Apas Papers from Academic Public Administration Studies Archive - APAS

Abstract: Within the European Union order, the national public administrations play a very important role. They are responsible for the enforcement and the control of the execution of the policies of the European Communities, in all the states of the European Union, in the interest of the respective governments. Although the European Union has a central administration, she doesn't have external agencies. Applying the European instructions and regulations depends on the national governments. Because of rules such as mutual recognition, each government depends on the quality of executing the Community policy, for the purpose of achieving its own responsibilities. The role of the public administration in the European unification is a decisive one; and this is not only because the public administration is connected to the institutional and governmental mechanisms, but also because the real, practical, technical and "aesthetic" convergence of different administrative cultures is the key element of the European integration. Thus we are faced not only with a new supra-national institutional order, but also with a new juridical order given by the integration through law.

Keywords: modern administration; rule of law; good governance; discretionary power; citizens/society (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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