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Efficiency of the Judicial System in Protecting Citizens against Administrative Judicial Acts: The Case of Macedonia

Authors:

Natasa Pelivanova ,

Branko Dimeski

Abstract

In 2006, the Republic of Macedonia changed the model for judicial control of specific administrative actions. The government replaced the Anglo-Saxon Model with the European-Continental Model. However, the functioning of this model fails to efficiently protect the rights, legal interests and citizen’s freedoms in the Republic of Macedonia.

How to Cite: Pelivanova, N. & Dimeski, B., (2011). Efficiency of the Judicial System in Protecting Citizens against Administrative Judicial Acts: The Case of Macedonia. International Journal for Court Administration. 3(2), pp.45–53. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.62
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Published on 15 Apr 2011.
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