State administration

State administration is defined as a system of entities created by statute and in the competence to carry out internal and external management and executive activities with responsibility assigned to state.

Features of state administration[edit]

  • administration is working on behalf and in name of the State,
  • administration is always political,
  • administration is working under the law and within the limits set by it,
  • administration must act in the collective interest,
  • administration is working under the competence granted by law,
  • administration is impersonal,
  • administration is imperious,
  • administration operates on the principle of leadership and subordination,
  • administration is a team of people, who are professional staff,
  • administration must operate in a continuous and stable way.

Bodies of public administration in state[edit]

State administration bodies due to the territorial scope of the actions can be divided into:

  • supreme authorities,
  • central authorities,
  • local authorities.

Supreme authorities of the public administration[edit]

They have the following characteristics:

  • are appointed by the President (either directly or after the election by the Parliament),
  • issue commands to other bodies,
  • have the constitutional and political responsibility.

Central authorities of public administration[edit]

The central authorities of the administration operate on the basis of the relevant laws and statutes of the Council of Ministers by.

Local public administration authorities[edit]

Local public administration in the province are:

  • governor, voivode, complex steering departments, inspection and guard offices,
  • regional and local authorities.

See also:

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