The Right to Complain in Albanian Civil Service and Its Effects

Myrteza Myftari

Abstract


The so-called Civil Service has come as early as a result of the need to create an administration capable. Its origins associated with the Han dynasty (206 BC-220 BC). In Europe and America, this practice began to be used later. Creating a modern Civil Service is closely related to the decline of feudalism and the creation of national autocratic states (see W. A. Robson, the civil service in Britain and France,1958) (E. A. Cracker 1968), (F. C. Mosher 1968). In Albania after 90 years among the most important reforms in the public administration, was that of adjustment of labor relations in the public administration, reform that was based on the adoption of basic principles such as meritocracy, depoliticized, professionalism, career, etc… In point of view, on 1996 was initially adopted the "Law on Civil Service", which after three years was replaced by Law No. 8549 dated 11.11.1999 "Status Civil Servants". Important part of the rules laid down in this law is the right to complain, which is presented as a fundamental right of civil servants. However, this right is a right of special civil service, and so applies to a part of the public administration and not to all legal persons constituting public administration in our country.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n11p656


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