IMPLEMENTING ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS UNDER THE E-GOVERNMENT

Authors

  • Rasha Shakir Hamid
  • Khalid Abdulameer Abboodi

Abstract

The administrative decision is one of the most important legal means through which the public administration expresses its individual will. It is one of the most important issues that the administrative law deals with. It is the legal action issued by the administrative authority and represented by the public authority with the intention of arranging legal effects on it, such as creating a right or imposing an obligation. It is a certain subject to the provisions of the general law. The administrative courts are competent to consider administrative disputes issued by an administrative body affiliated with the body practicing the executive function with regard to the enforcement of the administrative decision. The administrative decision is effective once it is issued. In the field of electronic government and its impact on the enforcement and implementation of administrative decisions  , its role is clearly demonstrated by converting traditional administrative procedures into modern electronic procedures by using modern technology to implement administrative orders in whole or in part without the intervention of the administrative employee.

In Iraq, there is no objection to the administration’s expression of its binding obligation to use modern technological means. The primary goal of using these means is to achieve the public interest and satisfy the public needs, especially since when the administrative decision is issued in the modern electronic way, it  remains conservative to all its elements and pillars through its issuance in conformity with the provisions of the law. The public interest remains the basis and purpose of issuing these decisions, whether traditionally or electronically.

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Published

2020-12-09

How to Cite

Rasha Shakir Hamid, & Khalid Abdulameer Abboodi. (2020). IMPLEMENTING ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS UNDER THE E-GOVERNMENT. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 2202-2215. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2353