ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES IN PROMOTING FAIR JUSTICE AND COMBATING CORRUPTION

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The article, dedicated to the principles of administrative procedures in promoting fair justice and combating corruption, examines the importance of the basic principles of administrative procedures, which should become fundamental legal guidelines in the extensive work on reforming the institutions of law enforcement in our country, enshrined in the articles of the new edition of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On administrative procedures", which is to be adopted by the parliament within the framework of the legislative process. It is noted that the current edition of the LAP provides for the inadmissibility of bureaucratic formalism and meaningful absorption, but these principles can and even need to be supplemented with other important principles that are not reflected in the current edition of the LAP: prohibition of senseless application of law, prohibition of arbitrariness, prohibition of abuse of law, inadmissibility of refusal to apply law, reasonable enforcement. The author believes that the LAP contains the principles of administrative procedures, which, like legal principles in general, are doctrinal guidelines of justice in a public law context and, being enshrined in the new Law as norms of direct action, the principles of administrative procedures serve as universal criteria for assessing the legality of administrative decisions and actions by an administrative court. , which implies a radical shift in the doctrine of legality from post-Soviet legal formalism to substantive justice and therefore, he believes, it can be argued that the LAP, creating the preconditions for the development of justice of principles, serves to assert justice in the sphere of public administration.

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Khamedov И., & Giyosov А. Т. (2021). ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES IN PROMOTING FAIR JUSTICE AND COMBATING CORRUPTION. SCIENCE AND INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT, 4(2), 34–42. Retrieved from https://ilm.mininnovation.uz/index.php/journal/article/view/100
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