The Argument of The Final Penal Decision in front of The Disciplinary Powers Administration Comparative Study

Mosleh Al–Sarayrah, Rabia Boukortt


This study set out to examine the argument of the final penal decision in front of the disciplinary powers. In this concern, this chapter clarified the commitment of the disciplinary powers with the penal decisions which are pronounced with guilt. Furthermore the effect of the penal decisions which are pronounced with innocence on the advancement of the disciplinary action was also discussed.
In the conclusion and recommendation chapter, some points were eventually highlighted. For example, one point was shown concerning we have reached an arrangement should not be segregation for offenses of a political nature and not to be invoked if the crime was a felony or misdemeanor, but with penalty in addition to giving the employee who commits a crime for the first time the opportunity to repent and it in office, the necessity of giving in addition to those decisions that are pronounced with innocence due to the existence of doubt in the evidences. However, the disciplinary parties have the right to punish the civil servant for any behavioral violations – other than those which were pronounced by innocence- in the case that the civil servant has any suspicion concerning his status.


the Final Penal Decision, The Disciplinary Action, The Disciplinary Powers

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