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Good Administration in the European Union - The Role of the European Ombudsman and the European Network of Ombudsmen

Pages
122
ISBN
1-904673-75-9
2009 / No. 1
Print Edition

INDEX

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I
I.1. Story and Development of the Ombudsman
I.2. The Danish Model
I.3. The European Ombudsman
I.4. The Administrative Law in the Future and the Ombudsman

CHAPTER II
II.1. Legal Basis of the European Ombudsman’s Tasks
II.1.A. The Notion of “Maladministration”
II.1.B. The European Code of Good Administrative Behaviour
II.2. The European Ombudsman’s Mandate and its Limits
II.3. Procedural Features
II.3.A. Possible Outcomes of Enquiries
II.4. A Short Case-Review
II.4.A. Openness and Public Access to EU Documents
II.4.B. The Commission as Guardian of the Treaty
II.4.C. Tenders, Contracts and Grants
II.4.D. Personnel Matters
II.4.E. Other Matters
II.5. The European Ombudsman and Community Courts

CHAPTER III
III.1. The European Ombudsman and Fundamental Rights:
The Right to Good Administration
III.1.A. The Role of the European
and Member States’ Ombudsmen in Relation to Human Rights
III.1.B. The Fundamental Right to Good Administration
III.2. Legality and Good Administration: Parallel Convergences
III.2.A. Legality
III.2.B. Human Rights
III.2.C. Good Administration: The Life Beyond Legality
III.2.D. The Convergence
III.3. Democracy and Rule of Law
III.3.A. The Evolution Sequence
III.4. Transparency, Accountability and Democracy in the European Union: The Ombudsman as a Key Player
III.4.A. Accountability

CHAPTER IV
IV.1. The European Network of Ombudsmen
IV.1.A. Subsidiarity in Remedies
IV.2. An Accountability Network

CONCLUSION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Doctrine

Case Law
ECJ - CFI
ECHR

ANNEX

The European Network of Ombudsmen Statement

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