International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 4 Area: Law

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Ali Hussein Ali AL-KHAZAALI
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE GENERAL ADMINISTRATION FOR ITS EXECUTIVE ACTIONS
 
Reason is the beginning of the initiation line for the formulation of the administrative decision. By the element of reason in the administrative decision, we mean those material or legitimate events on which the formula of the decision is based. The administrative judiciary verifies that the decision was issued safe and sound through the certainty of these material or legitimate events that motivate the administration to launch it. It is one of the factors in which the administrative decision is based, and the annex is not obligated to mention the reasons for which the content of the administrative decision was issued, except where the law requires it to do so. In the event that the administration does not reveal the motive that prompted it to edit the administrative decision, the element of reason in the field of judicial oversight is weakened, but that is right from the practical perspective and in the context of proof. We searched into two sections, where we clarified the idea of the reason in the first topic, and three demands branched from it, the concept of reason in the administrative decision, a first requirement.

Keywords: Responsibility, General Administration, Executive Actions.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.4-3.29
 
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