:: Volume 8, Issue 27 (9-2021) ::
qjal 2021, 8(27): 53-76 Back to browse issues page
Criminal sanctions of citizenship rights in the administrative system of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Shahnaz Jahangiri, Nader Mirzadehkoohshahi *
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One of the main features of legal rules is having a sanction, and without a sanction, they lose their effective function. If we consider the implementation of citizenship rights rules as a subset of public law to require effective sanction, we must seek government adherence to these rules among its enforcement guarantees, because sanctions are a response to violators of legal rules that include various types of criminal sanctions. The main areas of realization of citizenship rights are the government and the field of public services. Examples of citizenship rights in the administrative system specifically refer to the eleven titles mentioned in Article 2 of the ratification of the Charter of Citizenship Rights in the Administrative System. Almost nowhere in the penal system are criminal guarantees explicitly mentioned against these eleven cases, but by carefully examining the concepts of the mentioned rights on the one hand and various studies in criminal law on the other hand, the cases can be reconciled. In this way, he discovered and clarified the criminal sanctions. The purpose of this article is to study the criminal sanctions of citizenship rights stipulated in the resolution of the Supreme Administrative Council regarding the Charter of citizenship Rights in the administrative system. The research method is descriptive-analytical with the library method. The available results prove that the Charter of citizenship Rights in the administrative system have several criminal sanctions that emphasize the performance of the duties of the government and the judiciary in this area.
Keywords: Citizenship Rights, Charter of Citizenship Rights, Approval of the Charter of Citizenship Rights, Administrative System, Criminal Sanctions
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special



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