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Title: The Macedonian General Administrative Procedure Act: Between Tradition and Modernisation
Authors: Pavlovska Daneva, Ana
Davitkovska, Elena 
Keywords: General Administrative Procedure Act – FYR Macedonia
administrative procedure principles
legal protection
parties to the administrative procedure
public authorities
duties and competences
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Institute of Public Administration, Zagreb and Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb
Journal: Croatian and Comparative Public Administration: A journal for theory and practice of public administration, 17(2), 2017
Abstract: The paper outlines the process of the modernisation and improvement of the general administrative procedure in FYR Macedonia. Besides a review of the key novelties and accompanying critical remarks, the paper presents the standards and guidelines for the functioning of the administration which served as a basis for the preparation of the Macedonian Administrative Procedure Act (GAPA), along with various theoretical perspectives on their sources, applicability, and value in use. The purpose of this research is to point out the positive aspects and the shortcomings of the new legislation, which can in turn be used for the further development of the legal doctrine in the field of administrative law, as well as to strengthen the concept of good governance for being implemented by competent public authorities, where the GAPA features as the primary tool for legal and efficient operation
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