NEW GOVERNING PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC LAW IN RESPECT OF PUBLIC SERVICES

Behzad Ghorbany Darabad

Abstract


Public service is one of the important foundations of governments in delivering citizens' expectations. Public service, in order to provide citizens with the expectation of this requires the consideration of principles such as equality, compliance, continuity, rule of law, accountability, transparency, so that public officials, taking into account the above principles, perform public services and take unfair, improper decisions. And contrary to the public interest, this research, while explaining the concept of public service, examines the new principles governing it. 

 

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public service, equality, transparency, adaptation, continuity, accountability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v0i0.169

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