Extraordinary Legal Remedies in the Administrative Conflict

Xhemazie Ibraimi


This paper deals with the importance of administrative conflict as a guarantee in the realization of the rights and interests of citizens in a particular procedure and by a special body not the administrative body but judicial body and judicial procedure.We have also made efforts to provide data on the efficiency of the activities of the administration bodies in the fulfillment and realization of their obligations towards the realization of the citizens rights and interests.Human rights do not stand in the vacuum, their protection mechanisms exist because public administration bodies violate them during their daily administrative / executive activity. This paper analyzes the non-implementation of the constitutionality and legitimacy principle in decision-making by the administration bodies and the use of other mechanisms such as regular and extraordinary legal remedies to fix the illegality and irregularities made by the administration bodies.Through this paper we will use the comparative method of administrative conflict of two legal systems based on the Legislation of the Republic of Macedonia, and based on the legislation of the Kosovo. Other important issues will be addressed such as the use of more extraordinary legal remedies in the judicial administrative procedure under Kosovo legislation and the importance of resolving administrative misdemeanor by the Administrative Court of Macedonia.

Key words: Administrative activity, administrative conflict, remedies, Administrative Court

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/87-19

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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