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Citizens\u27 Grievances Against Administrative Agencies--The Yugoslav Approach

By Walter Gellhorn

Abstract

Yugoslavia, with a population of nearly twenty million, occupies a territory slightly larger than the United Kingdom. Professedly communist in philosophy, increasingly democratic in practice, it recognizes that the supposed interests of the State do not preclude attention to individual rights as well. In recent years Yugoslavia, like the United States, has earnestly sought efficient means of examining complaints about public administration. The present article sketches some of the measures that protect citizens against official abuse or mistake

Topics: Yugoslavia, Socialism, Commune, Constitutional Court, Judicial review, Representative assembly, Self-management, Enterprise, Bureaucracy, Yugoslav Administrative Procedure Act, Yugoslav Law on General Administrative Procedure, Administrative Law, Comparative and Foreign Law
Publisher: University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository
Year: 1966
OAI identifier: oai:repository.law.umich.edu:mlr-5481
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