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A Master Thesis at the University of Kirkuk, examining the issue of causation and its impact on the legitimacy of disciplinary decision

14 April 2018
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Master Thesis in Faculty of Law and Political Science, University of Kirkuk, (causation and its impact on the legitimacy of disciplinary decision - comparative study), for the student Joan Adnan Kader.

The letter dealt with the issue of causing disciplinary decisions and their necessity to oblige the administration by mentioning the real reason at the core of its decisions for its importance in protecting the rights and liberties of individuals, especially employees, from the arbitrariness of the administration in exercising its discretion when issuing disciplinary decisions against the penal employee.
The study concluded that the authority of the disciplinary authority for the reasons of its decisions helps the concerned parties to know the reasons for the decision. It is also one of the most important means for the administrative judge to exercise control over the legality of the disciplinary decision and to uncover the defects in other elements of the disciplinary decision.


- The door of the ancient fortress of Kirkuk inscribed with the Holy verse) and tell my Lord Zdni note (bold font Diwani).
- The oil tower symbolizes the extraction of natural wealth (oil) from the ground, which is characterized by the province of Kirkuk.
- The sun signifies the light of science in the city of black gold. - An open and engraved book under the title of the University of Kirkuk, in Arabic and English, the book symbolizes science.
- The university is one of the formations of the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and History, which symbolizes the foundation year of the university in 2003 AD (1424 AH).

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