The European code of good administrative behaviour
Since its approval by the European Parliament in 2001, The European Code of Good Administrative Behaviour has become a vital instrument for putting the principle of good administration into practice. It helps individual citizens to understand and obtain their rights, and promotes the public interest in an open, efficient, and independent European administration. The Code helps citizens to know what administrative standards they are entitled to expect from the EU institutions. It also serves as a useful guide for civil servants in their relations with the public. By making the principle of good... administration more concrete, the Code helps to encourage the highest standards of administration.
- Corporate author(s): European Ombudsman Themes: Information — Documentation, Activities of the institutions and bodies
- Subject: administration of the Institutions, EU institution, European Ombudsman, legal code
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