International Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research

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Overview of the Most Common Types of Maladministration Raised at EU Level

Pages: 35-40
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DOI: 10.18488/journal.74.2017.42.35.40

Vasilica NEGRUT

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Vasilica NEGRUT (2017). Overview of the Most Common Types of Maladministration Raised at EU Level. International Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research, 4(2): 35-40. DOI: 10.18488/journal.74.2017.42.35.40
The right to good administration is a concept through which there are protected the rights of citizens against the abuse of public authorities and institutions, based on the general principles of European administrative law, such as: objectivity, proportionality and equality, non-discrimination, respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. Maladministration occurs when a public authority or institution violates the principles of good administration and it does not respect the fundamental rights of citizens. For the achievement of the paper we have used content analysis and descriptive documentary research of the documents relevant to this very current issue and of particular interest to citizens, European institutions, national public authorities and institutions, especially the European Ombudsman Report for 2015 and 2014. In conclusion, the most common instances of maladministration in the European Union refer to transparency issues (transparency of decision making, transparency of lobbying activities), ethics, human rights etc.

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This study is one of the few that has analysed, in parallel, the most frequent types of maladministration found in the European Union and in Romania, starting from the definitions given for good administration.