13th World Summit on Management Sciences (Part II)
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Accepted Abstracts

Moroccan Organic Doctrine through the Lens of Dysfunctions of the Administrative Judicial System

Siyouri Hind*
Al Kadi Ayyad University, Morocco

Citation: Hind S (2021) Moroccan Organic Doctrine through the Lens of Dysfunctions of the Administrative Judicial System. SciTech Management Sciences 2021. 

Received: November 02, 2020         Accepted: November 07, 2020         Published: November 09, 2020

Abstract

If an organic doctrine does exist alongside a university doctrine thus forming a kind of body reflex they demonstrate, in this regard, the existence of two distinct modes of thought within the doctrine of administrative law, confirming by the same token the specific place that the members of the administrative jurisdictions hold within this one. Indeed, the doctrinal field was built in administrative law on the basis of a close link with the administrative judge. The education provided by members of administrative jurisdictions is a fundamental part of the doctrinal work of administrative law. They also participate in university research activity. Because the judge who creates the law is not a judge who opposes political power, but who is content to recall principles that apply to all, doctrine is rightly speaking of the government spectrum of judges to maintain that, in reality, judges do not govern, but that, over their power of interpretation, they may disregard the principle of the separation of powers. Nevertheless, the Moroccan administrative judicial system is the subject of several criticisms related mainly to its indifference towards the specificity and the technicality of Moroccan administrative law which requires special training and advanced experience of the judges in charge of cases belonging to administrative discipline. In practice, it is through the combined action of teachers who provide legal training, judges and members of the paralegal professions and the entire administrative hierarchy who apply the law, that the values which are the basis of the rule of law can gradually become a reality.