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What is the principle of the rule of law, based on the knowledge and experience of many scholars? He presented a number of theoretical analyzes regarding its content and benefits. In our country, fathers and mothers express the concept of the rule of law in one way or another, based on the truth and experience of their hearts. “If she goes to court, my mule will go without justice!” The central message of this parable and parable is not just for a few people but for the whole community. And when a society that is well versed in this concept of the rule of law violates the law; When injustice is done, When rights are suppressed:
When lawlessness reigns;
Who spreads arbitrarily and arbitrarily; When the private chicken is snatched outside the law and justice, it shouts loudly; God of law! Says. The screaming chicken did not bother him. But the way she was taken. If in judgment, According to the law, even chickens and buffaloes are not allowed to eat. In public administration; Political Science; Scholars in the field of law and other fields of thought and understanding of the nature and content of the rule of law are so diverse that the concept is still undecided. As one scholar in the field reinforces this idea, ‘[T] he rule of law’, like ‘democracy’, has no single meaning: it is not a legal rule, but a moral principle, which means different things to different people according to their particular moral positions.a As a result, the basic ideas of the political and constitutional systems of different countries have changed over time, and their basic ideas have become inconsistent. In the UK, for example, one of the hallmarks of the rule of law is that disputes between the government and the individual are settled only by ordinary courts. That means there is no rule of law in France in the eyes of the English. Because in France, disputes between individuals and the government are adjudicated from beginning to end through an independent administrative court system parallel to the regular court. Another interpretation of the rule of law in the United Kingdom is that it is the result of decisions made by the formal courts on individual rights and freedoms. While this view is true in the United Kingdom, the rights and freedoms of citizens in countries such as the United States, including our own, are enshrined in the constitution. In addition, in a liberal democracy, the rule of law means more than just ruling and governing the rule of law (eg, fairness, respect for the rights of citizens, the rule of law by elected representatives, etc.) and independent and independent courts; Democratic Institutions: The existence of a free press, etc., is all part of the concept of the rule of law. In contrast, in liberal democracy, the concept of unbaptized governments (for example, in China) is limited to the rule and rule of law. The rule of law is the basis on which administrative law (especially in the UK) is based. According to this principle, decisions made by the executive, administrative offices and governing councils must be in accordance with the law. Legal authority in government is vested in the government when it is established that the actions, actions, decisions, and directives of any government body are subject to the rule of law. If the decision of a government official is beyond the scope of the jurisdiction, the decision will undoubtedly violate the rule of law. Ensuring that law is enforced means that administrative actions, decisions, actions, rules and regulations are within the limits of the law. This is the function of ordinary courts. To minimize this practice, the legislature’s restriction on the jurisdiction of the courts undermines the rule of law. In addition to the threat to the rule of law, the restriction restricts citizens’ access to justice. In particular, if this right is constitutionally recognized, the power of the courts is limited, and in turn, the constitutional rights of citizens. It should be noted that the principle of the rule of law is not only the basis of administrative law but also the limit. Verifying the legitimacy of a decision will result in savings on the content. The courts’ role in upholding the rule of law prevents them from reviewing the content of administrative decisions or interfering with policy matters.
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