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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 10, Part D (2020)

The establishment of the administrative judiciary in France

Author(s)
Dr. Moamer Ibrahim Salem Almarimi
Abstract
France is the cradle of administrative justice, and it has spread to other countries. The emergence of this system was the result of the ideas of the French Revolution of 1789, which were essentially based on the principle of separation of powers. In order to confirm this trend, the men of the revolution issued a law of 16-24 August 1790 stipulating the abolition of the judicial courts called parliaments and the establishment of the so-called judicial administration or the magistrate as a first stage before the establishment of the French Council of State. At the stage of administrative management, individuals had to resort to the same administration to complain and complain. The administration was the adversary and the referee at the same time and this was somewhat acceptable at the time because of the bad reputation of the arbitrary "parliaments".
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Moamer Ibrahim Salem Almarimi. The establishment of the administrative judiciary in France . Int J Appl Res 2020;6(10):210-215.
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