vol 22 no2, 2022

Administrative Public Prosecution in Jordanian Legislation

 

Administrative Public Prosecution in Jordanian Legislation

Shukran Qasem Naser AlDoghmi
Faculty  of Law
Zarqa University
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Received : 31/10/2020               Accepted :30/12/2020

Abstract:

The administrative judiciary represents the judicial authority that oversees the work of the public administration through the appeals submitted to it, and the procedures that take place before the administrative courts must enjoy a great deal of guarantees of access to a judicial ruling that is a representation of justice and truth, and the public administration and individuals adhere to it alike. Justice is not limited to the procedures that take place within the administrative judiciary, but extends to include parties that enjoy impartiality, as the Jordanian Administrative Judiciary Law requires the presence of the Administrative Public Prosecution which is competent to represent the public administration in the cases brought against it before the administrative judiciary, and it has specified that its members must be judges, and this contradicts and violates many principles, the most important of which is the principle of the independence of the judiciary and the principle of separation of powers, which makes their existence illegal, and this necessates amending the Administrative Judiciary Law.

Keywords:Administrative Public Prosecution, Independence of the Judiciary, Principle of Separation of Powers, Public Administration.

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