:: Volume 9, Issue 30 (6-2022) ::
qjal 2022, 9(30): 57-76 Back to browse issues page
The nature of the country's selective authorities and judicial oversight of their decisions with emphasis on the judicial procedure of the Administrative Court of Justice
Zahra Danesh nari *, Seyed ahmad Habibnezhad
Abstract:   (253 Views)
One of the stages of entering government service is the stage of "selecting" individuals based on various criteria. The selection rules are governed by the country's selection law and its implementing regulations. A look at the elements of the country's electoral law shows that the law is first of all an old law and does not comply with the current requirements of the employment system. Judicial oversight of the Administrative Justice Tribunal is effective as a reference for protecting the rights of the public against abuses by government agencies. In the following article, we examine the nature of selective authorities with regard to Article 63 of the Statute of the Court of Administrative Justice (Appeal of Special Administrative References) and Article 64 of the Law (Appeal to the Diagnostic Authorities), and finally We will examine the violations of selection decisions in the judicial branch of the Court of Administrative Justice.
Keywords: Selection Law, Selective Reference, Special Administrative Bureaucracy, Judicial Oversight
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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