Principles of legal regulation of the institute of disciplinary responsibility of judges

Ruslan SYDOROVYCH "Principles of legal regulation of the institute of disciplinary responsibility of judges".

Lviv Polytechnic National University, Educational and Scientific Institute of Law, psychology and innovative education

The article analyzes the principles of legal regulation of the civil service institute.

The ontological, axiological and praxeological value of the civil service institution, its actualization in the context of Ukraine's European integration efforts, has been proven. It is indicated that today this institution becomes not only an internal mechanism of legitimate, democratic control over the effective exercise of power, but also achieves the necessary functions of transformation of the entire state-power apparatus by improving the power system and bringing it closer to European management standards.

The basic principles of legal regulation of the civil service are defined as key standards for the normalization of this institution's functioning of the power system, in particular: legality and legal obligation, which provides that the institution's functioning should be based on clear normative acts and relevant legal norms; transparency and justice, indicates that the process of making state-authority decisions should be open and transparent, include guaranteed opportunities to participate in the process, providing a guarantee for presenting one's position, as well as ensuring the right to defense and the possibility of appealing the decision; confidentiality and protection of personal data, which consists in the fact that all data related to public service must be protected from unauthorized access and use; taking into account the specifics of the activity, it is assumed that when implementing legal and organizational-management measures, one should take into account the specifics of work and foreign-political and internal factors of labor relations; the principle of responsibility of civil servants to society.

By creating a complex set of basic principles, they form a matrix of legal regulation of the civil service institution, contribute to an effective and fair rule-making and law enforcement (law enforcement) process in the researched area. The principles guarantee the provision of high standards of behavior of employees and provide a reliable mechanism for monitoring compliance with legal and ethical norms, form an institutional and organizational mechanism for the efficiency and independence of the power system, and are factors in increasing public trust in the decisions of authorities and improving the quality of public administration.

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