CAN A NATIONAL SECRETARY WORKING FOR A PUBLIC INSTITUTION SUBORDINATED TO THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT BE CONSIDERED A CIVIL SERVANT? Cover Image

CAN A NATIONAL SECRETARY WORKING FOR A PUBLIC INSTITUTION SUBORDINATED TO THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT BE CONSIDERED A CIVIL SERVANT?
CAN A NATIONAL SECRETARY WORKING FOR A PUBLIC INSTITUTION SUBORDINATED TO THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT BE CONSIDERED A CIVIL SERVANT?

Author(s): Mădălina- Elena Mihăilescu
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Published by: Editura Lumen, Asociatia Lumen
Keywords: civil servants, officials, individual administrative act, motivation, revocation

Summary/Abstract: The specialized practice often raised the issue of ambiguity between the terms of civil servants and officials, this matter being the sensitive issue of our case. However, according to Law 176/2010 regarding the integrity in performing public positions and dignities, amending and supplementing Law no. 144/2007regarding the establishment, organization and functioning of the National Integrity Agency, the provisions of this law shall apply under the provision of article 1 paragraph 31 to persons with management and control duties, as well as to civil servants, including those with special status who operate in all central or local public institutions or, as appropriate, in all public institutions.This material aim is to analize specific differences between public positions and dignities in order to prove if a national secretary working for a public institution subordinated to the romanian government could be considered a civil servant.

  • Issue Year: IX/2014
  • Issue No: 3-4
  • Page Range: 97-103
  • Page Count: 1
  • Language: English