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The occidental doctrine is using the expression of executive to evoke generically the two heads of the executive power, the ministers and others dignitaries, the constitutional role of these public authorities cannot be reduces to the classic function of the executive, that only at the law enforcement, because the activity of the public administration is a species of public activities. A separation of the attributions mainly political by those mainly administrative is impossible without a constitutional picture of those, so that both the state leader and the government, in the quality of heads of the public administration structures achieve the link between political and concrete of law enforcement, or by establishing some subsequent standards, either through the provision of public serves within the law's limits. The administrative doctrine with legal character identifies two big types or systems of law applicable to the administration: the Anglo-Saxon type and the French one, systems which shows the national specific features, as a result of the mutations incurred after the Second World War.
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Keywords: executive; public administration; public services

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2012

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