“Diritto” a una buona amministrazione e principio di partecipazione

Silvia Bagni, Lucio Pegoraro


Is there a “right” to a good administration? On a theoretical level, the authors deny its existence, as the term indicates rather a way of being of the liberal-democratic State. On a practical level, the positivization of this right in some systems consists of an open formula with multiple interpretations. In particular, a “good” administration should coincide with a “good” democracy, which in turn has its centre in the popular participation in the exercise of state functions, as evidenced by the new constitutions of some Andean countries. 


classifications; good administration; participation; democracy; new constitutionalism

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/4755

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