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Organizational and legal assumption for creating reliable public administration

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Jadranka Denkova, Suzana Dzamtovska Zdravkovska, Andon Majhosev and Strasko Stojanovski
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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Main direction in the process of reforms in the public administration is creation of professional, depoliticized, effective and efficient and citizen oriented public administration in accordance with parliamentary democracy and responsibility. The purpose of this paper is to perceive the organizational structure and legal and sub legal act which are concerning to the responsible working of public administration. The ascent of these analyses refers to the responsibility of the administration from all aspects: prevention, confirmation and the proof of the responsibility. Precise and clear legal and sub legal acts are bases for responsible working and that represents disciplined public administration responsible and civil oriented, that will efficiently answer to citizen’s necessities and the other subjects and that overall will reflect towards all spheres of the social living. That means that even the non production activity of the administration, if it executes its services in a transparent effective and efficient way, it will reflect the economic progress of the country. The purpose of this paper is to cover the most essential laws of the state management and the state power, the rule books, codex and other policies which directly or indirectly are connected to the work of the state and the public administration in Republic of Macedonia. The results in the paper are based on the empiric research with using of the methodology of analyses of the content of documents (legal and sub legal acts). Over 50 legal and sub legal acts have been analyzed where the regulations that refer to the set organization, the management control, corruption, discipline and material responsibility as well as the strategic documents by which the working of the state and public administration in the department of the have been checked. The results from the analyses are based on equal references that direct to same conclusions and recommendations. In the laws there should be clear directions how to control and evaluate the working of the state and the public administration and by that the irresponsible working of the administration can be proved. The conclusion of this paper is that in Republic of Macedonia the legal and the sub legal acts should be changed in the direction of clear completion of the responsibility of the state and the public administration.

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