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La réforme administrative et son rôle dans la construction d'un nouvel État en Lybie

Abstract : This study is related to the Libyan state who testified of weakness and instability since the Ottoman Empire until the fall of Gaddafi, which hindered any administrative reform effort that could have been undertaken to confirm the concept of state, which has always struggled even a real absence. The country lives without state since Gaddafi's fall in 2011, although the transitional period has passed through several stages such as the introduction of a new Constitution and elections to put in place the important institutions. The thesis also exposes the various changes and modifications that have occurred administering, analyzing their objectives and impacts. The objectives of the administration should be in line with those of the state and the needs of society in general and in particular citizens.The need for an effective management system in the state has resulted in considerable changes in political, administrative and social levels. Among the concerns listed on the political agenda since the fall of Gaddafi’s regime are the institutional reforms. This reflects the deeply degraded nature that has characterized and still characterizes the relationship between the State and the Libyan society, this situation resulting, in most cases, the weak state apparatus and organizational deficiencies and supervision that followed. It should however be clarified that the public administration is a sphere of the state, it cannot therefore represent only the administrative state. Thus, it must act in close cooperation with the political state and social bodies. For this, necessary both an entrenchment of the institution in its traditional values and openness to new public management.Keywords: State, administration, administrative reforms, centralization, decentralization, organization, sociology, public service, society, state power.
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Mohamed Alkazagli. La réforme administrative et son rôle dans la construction d'un nouvel État en Lybie. Droit. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017GREAD006⟩. ⟨tel-01682916⟩



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