Public Law

Administrative law is the branch of law that is in charge of the organization, duties and functions of the State and its institutions, especially the powers of the executive branch. This branch of law is in charge of regulating the organization, means and forms of action of public administrations and regulates their relationship with citizens.

Administrative law is important because it aims to ensure the efficiency of public administration and protect the rights of individuals in their relations with the State. In addition, this branch of law regulates a large part of the activity of the State and the laws it dictates in its legislative function.

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