Administrative Legal Reference on PTUN Policies in Testing Elements of Abuse of Authority in Crime of Corruption
In administrative law, every use of authority includes accountability, however, it must also be separated regarding procedures for obtaining and exercising authority because not all officials who exercise authority by attribution and delegation are parties who carry out tasks and or work on the basis of a mandate, not parties. who bear legal responsibility. This writing is motivated by the existence of problems, namely the Authority Policy of the State Administrative Court in Examining Elements of Abuse of Authority in Corruption Crimes, as well as Administrative Law References Against the Integration of Government Internal Supervisory Apparatuses in Preventing Internal Authority Abuse in Government Administration. The type of research conducted in this writer is normative juridical research.
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