Separation and balance of power and discretionary power in public administration

Author:Oana Saramet
Position::Faculty of Law, 'Transilvania' University of Brasov, Romania

Separation and balance of powers is one of the fundamental principles which is a fundamental element of the rule of law in any contemporary. The recognition of this principle does not imply that even public administration authorities must have a rigid behaviour, and that they are not allowed to have and exercise a discretionary power, a right of appreciation. However, the exercise of such power... (see full summary)

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