Institute Political Control Through the Prism of Practical Issues and Interpellation as The Limits of Parliamentary Control Over the Government

Vitanski, Dejan (2018) Institute Political Control Through the Prism of Practical Issues and Interpellation as The Limits of Parliamentary Control Over the Government. Faculty of Law - Kicevo, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University - Bitola Center for Scientific Research at the Faculty of Law - Kicevo, Bitola, Macedonia. ISBN 978-608-4670-01-8

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Abstract

The sculptures of the idea of political control appeared with the principle of separation of power and the need for mutual control and restriction of different branches of government. To mitigate and neutralize the possibility of abuse, one of the mechanisms is to organize the government in a way that one power oversees the other government. In that sense, in the relations between the legislature and the executive, it is necessary that the legislation does not have a legal means to stop the decisions of the executive power, but with the possibility and authority to control it.Conversely, the executive has the right to veto the legal acts, but can not participate in their voting. Political control is one of the essential and standardly established functions of parliaments in all countries with a parliamentary or mixed system of government organization. It is a process in which parliament continuously and systematically monitors, analyzes, checks and evaluates the work of the government. In addition, the controlling parliamentary prism observes the overall work of the government as a collegial body of the executive power and the work of ministers as its members in terms of whether they achieve the goals and policies of parliament expressed in the constitution and laws, and whether the manner of who act, the means and the methods they use are purposeful. Subtlety in the use of instruments of political control is necessary in order not to jeopardize the fundamentals of the independence of the executive, that is, not to undermine the necessary independence of the ministers in undertaking measures within the scope of their portfolio, as well as on the activities for consistent implementation of government policy in general. However, political control, on the other hand, has been established, first of all, to prevent the independence of the holders of the executive power from reaching beyond the limits of the normatively projected trajectory of movement and action, not to turn into arbitrariness, arbitrariness and voluntarism, not to manifest ignorant attitude towards the policies and attitudes of the parliament expressed in the laws, and thus indirectly in accordance with the will of the citizens represented in the parliament. The focus of the scientific-research interest will be deep and extensive study and awareness of the immanent features of parliamentary issues and interpellations, as forms through which parliamentary control over administration is effectuated. Also, in this context, the author's intention is to capture the effectiveness of these control mechanisms, which are normatively established and practically established in the parliamentary systems. Key words: political control, parliamentary issues, interpellation, political responsibility.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Law
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Mr Mladen Kradzoski
Date Deposited: 24 Dec 2020 07:22
Last Modified: 24 Dec 2020 07:22
URI: http://eprints.uklo.edu.mk/id/eprint/5982

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