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Legal Aspects Regarding the Regulation of the Administrative Process in Romania and Italy

Berceanu, Bogdan (2014): Legal Aspects Regarding the Regulation of the Administrative Process in Romania and Italy. Published in: , Vol. 5, No. Revue Europeenne du Droit Social, Special issue no.5, ISSN 1843-679X (2014)

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Abstract

The institution of administrative disputes is a fundamental institution in any State in which the rule of law is a fundamental principle. It represents the means by which the citizens and other interested part can defend themselves against the government abuses. The aim of the paper is to analyze the way in which the administrative process is regulated in both Italy and Romania and the role which this process is playing in protecting the subjects of law against the abuses of the administration. This research study attempts to provide an answer to a number of main research questions: 1. Which are the systems of administrative disputes and in which of them Italy and Romania can include their own system? 2. How is regulated the process of administrative disputes in Italy and Romania? 3. What are the similarities and differences between the two juridical systems? The study will be mainly qualitative and it will try to identify how the institution of administrative disputes works in Italy and Romania. Trough this paper, academics and practitioners will better understand the way in which the administrative process is working in Italy and Romania and how both analyzed systems adapt their administrative values

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