EIRP Proceedings, Vol 7 (2012)

Internal Control of the Public Administration Bodies (Institutions) in the Republic of Macedonia

Fadil Memet Zendeli


 The main objective of this paper is to address a significant segment of public administration which is in direct contact with citizens and more often seen as a main violator of human rights and citizens. By analyzing and observing the state of public administration, legal and political instruments which are known to exert internal control within the Administration, the paper attempts to increase accountability and legitimacy of the Administration and thus sets more efficient legal system of functioning of the Administration. The paper is focused to internal control of administration but the gained experiences in administrative bodies can be practiced in other institutions that perform work in the public interest. Public administration reform is an important segment of the overall reforms in the Republic of Macedonia and one of the preconditions defined by the European institutions for full membership of the Republic of Macedonia in the European Union.


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