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Right to good administration: traditions and modern times


Petrov Andrey Yurievich

was born on July 9, 1982. In 2004 he graduated from Chelyabinsk State University. In 2007 he defended a Candidate’s thesis “Administrative process in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation: problems of theory and legislative control”. Now he is a Vice-director for Academic department, Associate Professor of the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law of South Ural State University. He is the author of 70 publications. Research interests: regional administrative legislation, administrative process, administrative procedure. E-mail:


Problems and Questions on Constitutional and Administrative Law


The article considers basic approaches to the definition of the right to good administration in modern European and Russian administrative legal science; prospects for implementation of foreign ideas in the Russian legislation are revealed. Modernization of administration is a constant responsibility of the state. Present solutions help to detect the right vector for progressive development of the system of state and municipal administration. Successive transformation of idea for good administration is the priority of development of the Russian Federation, approved legislative acts prove the wish of authorities to build accurate and harmonious relations in man-state system.


right to good administration, administrative power.

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