Query : discretionary power
- Ana Cristina Monteiro de Andrade Silva2
- Ana Pamela Paz García2
- Dubois, Vincent2
- Hugo Garcez Duarte2
- Ponsot, Jean-François2
- A. V. Bezrukov1
- Abdullah Al-Nasser1
- Abdullah Ibn-Ibrahim Ibn1
- Adriana María Restrepo Ospina1
- Aishath Muneeza1
- Akesbi, Azeddine1
- Alexandre Silva Garrido1
- Ali Mohammad Hazeri1
- Alina Zorzoana1
- Alpa Parmar1
- Alsu Mahmutovna Galiakhmetova1
- Ana Marcela Ardila Pinto1
- Ana-María Ríos1
- Anca Florentina GAVRILUŢĂ (VATAMANU)1
- Andreu Olesti Rayo1
- Political Science33
- Gender Studies10
- Economies and Finances8
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences8
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology6
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The statement of reasons for discretionary administrative acts in the case-law of the Corte Suprema (commentary on the judgment of the Supreme Court of 19 June 2017, Role No 3598-2017)
The purpose of this comment is to establish, by analysing the case-law of the Supreme Court, the criteria by which the administration must govern its acts, especially when a discretionary power is conferred, taking greater account of the statement of reasons and the merits of the measures, so that t...
The end of the maton? Transformation of the prison relationship and rationalisation of law enforcement in compliance modules
This article addresses the issue of prison revolts in the light of developments in law enforcement in contemporary French prisons. The analysis focuses on the institution’s new instruments to curb and contain detainees’ challenges. With this in mind, we are looking at the enforcement modules, which...
Honouring his deaths in socialism, an economy of Kazakh Islam (1960-1980)
honour the deaths of the ritual prescribed by Islam has never ceased to be a social and moral imperative for Kazakh society during the Soviet period. However, the forms of control, institutionalisation and repression implemented by Soviet religious policy have changed the modalities of funeral pract...
The status of the teacher — researcher in comparative law. Contribution to the analysis of public policies in Africa The status of teacher — researcher in comparative law. Contribution to the analysis of public policies in Africa: Contributing to the analysis of public policies in Africa
Largement inspired by French law, the status of researcher teacher in African rights is not only a set of rules governing the condition and career of academics, it is also a text whose adoption follows a certain formalism. As in France, the teacher statutes are governed by a decree in accordance wit...
Argentinian press and national government, 2005-2006: A discussion on the right to information
The relationship between the Argentinian press and the national government during the period 2005-2006 was investigated in relation to the exercise of the right to information. Based on the identification of subtle censorship mechanisms, used by political power, the way in which this right was exerc...
Endemic corruption in Morocco
This text presents the concepts of corruption and annuity and tries to understand their links. It addresses the main surveys and indicators for measuring corruption, namely the Corruption Perceptions Indicator, the Global Corruption Barometer and integrity investigations, which it presents and discu...
The Financial Repression Policy: the French Interwar case on Public Debt
Recently, Reinhart and Sbrancia (2011) proposed a new path of policymaking by demonstrating how public debt could be -and had been- liquidated by using a financial repression policy. In fact, we have learnt from History that public debt could be reduced without having to act too strongly on public e...
“The adventure is not easy.” The Discretionary Politics of Social Suffering and Agency in Post-Deportation Narratives in Southern Mali
Drawing on eight months of ethnographic fieldwork in the West African state of Mali (2014–2016), this article delves into the local, national, and transnational effects of (externalized) European and North African deportation regimes and reactions to them by civil society actors and deportees themse...
The Judiciary Power of Discretion in Sanctioning the Facilitation of Unauthorised Stay in Poland
Migration control in Poland is significantly based on internal control practices carried out by street-level bureaucrats representing both law enforcement agents and low-level judges equipped with discretionary power. Based on empirical data from 243 criminal cases of facilitating unauthorised stay...
Abuse of right in administrative law: The foundations of the concept
The concept of abuse of rights is universal in nature and is present in all branches of law. The development of scholarly opinion and jurisprudence led in time to the introduction of the prohibition on abuse of rights as a general principle of administrative law, understood as a ban on the use of ri...
Usage et mésusage du véto présidentiel en Uruguay : le cas des lois sur l’avortement (2008) et l’amnistie (2011)
Since the historic victory of the left in Uruguay (2005), it has been possible to use or even misuse the presidential veto on the basis of simple personal or moral precepts, putting into question the democratic legitimacy of such a procedure. From the cross-perspective analysis of the two most contr...
THE JUSTICE IN TERMS OF THE DISCRETIONARY POWER OF THE JUDGE
This article deals with the issue of justice in terms of the discretionary power of the judge. It is an attempt to answer the question of how the concept of justice has been defined throughout history and how it is understood today. It relates in particular to the role of a judge in the administrati...
À la discrétion du conseiller ?
As jobseekers receive support from the specific institutions for unemployed, they have to comply with regular interaction with their caseworkers. These interactions articulate three temporalities: a rhythm, an appointment schedule and a duration. The article builds on the observation of interviews b...
Data Science and Political Economy: Application to Financial Regulatory Structure
The development of computational data science techniques in natural language processing and machine learning algorithms to analyze large and complex textual information opens new avenues for studying the interaction between economics and politics. We apply these techniques to analyze the design of f...
SIKLUS POLITIK ANGGARAN DI KABUPATEN PONOROGO (Studi Kasus Dana Hibah dan Bantuan Sosial APBD 2013)
Perdebatan publik terkait besarnya alokasi anggaran hiba dan bantuan sosial padaAPBD Ponorogo 2013, diduga terkait dengan kepentingan elite dalam kontestasi politik tahun2014. Dengan teori ekonomi politik terutama siklus politik anggaran model Rogoff dan Sibert(1988) yang menegaskan bahwa pemilih le...
The Constitutional Court’s discretionary power in the unconstitutional state
RESULT The present work is an academic reflection that seeks to show, as in specific cases, by virtue of the discretionary power of constitutional judges, explaining the uniqueness of constitutional interpretation processes based on values and principles in order to protect fundamental rights and du...
A Public Choice Study on the Use of the Central Bank's Reserved Profits: An Experimental Approach Through 61 Countries' Data
Although various publicly reserved funds have recently come to the fore of academic and policy-making attention in Korea, researchers rarely take up the issue of the reserve fund retained from annual profits by the central bank (i.e., the Bank of Korea). Starting with the general public choice premi...
The use of legal doctrine in judicial reasoning
This article is primarily concerned with investigating whether and to what extent legal doctrine actually influences judicial decision-making process in Ukraine and others countries. It is concluded that legal doctrine not only assists judges, but somehow restricts their exercise of discretionary po...
Politics in media fears and journalistic reinforcement of social stereotypes: electoral treatment of the Left in Cordoban and Argentinian newspapers (1999-2005)
In journalistic coverage of political processes, social stereotypes often trap a deliberate absence or invisibility of certain leaders and parties, or emerge in the discretionary and repeated exposure of actors or proposals by strengthening specific contextual readings. I analyse how, in interpretin...
JUDICIALISATION OF HEALTH POLICY AND FEDERALISM IN FTS: the case of ADIs 2999 and 3088
The article looks at the legal and political process mobilised in search of discretionary power over the spending of the State Health Fund budget. This is a dispute in the STF expressed in ADI 2999 (State of Rio de Janeiro X National Health Council) and ADI 3088 (PSDB X State of Rio de Janeiro). The...
SITUAȚIA COMUNELOR JUDEȚULUI CAHUL REFLECTATĂ ÎN PROCESELE-VERBALE ALE INSPECȚIILOR PREFECTULUI DUMITRU DOBRESCU (APRILIE 1940)
In February 1938, a monarchical regime was established in Romania. In order to strengthen the power of the monarch and his discretionary control over the administration, a new administrative law was drafted. Administrative law no. 2919, published in the Official Monitor no. 187 from August 14, 1938...
Earnings Quality and Accruals over Company´S Life Cycle
Research background: The increasing number of bankruptcies and the growing risk of financial distress highlight the need for quality financial statements, conservative accounting or increase the need for quality tools to detect the occurrence of earnings management. However, the life cycle of a comp...
Re-visiting the powers of the King under the Constitution of Lesotho: Does he still have any discretion?
SUMMARY The powers of the monarch have been a subject of protracted political and legal controversy since colonialism in Lesotho. When the country got independence from Britain in 1966, the long drawn-out gravitation towards British model of constitutional monarch was confirmed in the Independence...
Policing Transgender People
Police policy documents often articulate strategies and approaches that police organizations want to implement in their efforts to break down barriers with minority groups. However, most police policy documents are written for police audiences and not for members of the public. Police policy documen...
Post-Positivism and legal arguments: Reflection in the light of the concept of law
The article aims to analyse the hodierne proposal of reconciling formal validity with substantive validity (legitimacy). To this end, we have discussed positivical and post-position theories of law, losing the ditames of the School of Exegese, demonstrating that the concept of law has changed in lin...