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The responsibility of a public servant in terms of deontology

Author: Mostovei Tatiana
Degree:doctor of law
Speciality: 12.00.02 - Public Law (with specification: Constitutional, Administrative, Police, Military, Financial, Customs, Information, Ecological); Organization and Functioning of Law Institutions
Scientific adviser: Victor Guţuleac
doctor habilitat, professor, Free International University of Moldova
Institution: Free International University of Moldova


The thesis was presented on the 24 February, 2017
Approved by NCAA on the 31 May, 2017


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CZU 342.98:35.08.(043.3)

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184 pages


legal status of civil servant, ethics, morals, deontology, responsibility


Thesis structure: introduction, four chapters, conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 231 titles, 3 annexes, 148 pages of main text. The research results were presented in 8 scientific papers published.

Field of study: administrative law and deontology of the civil servant.

The purpose and objectives of the paper. The purpose of this study is to conduct a complex scientific research, by revealing the characteristics of the responsibilities of the civil servant in terms of deontology and retrieving it in the legal status of the civil servant by submitting proposals regarding the scientific, regulatory and applicable area under the researched material.

The main objectives: analysis of constituents and ethical coordinates revealing the legal status of civil servant; particularities identifying responsibility and accountability civil servant; revealing the essence of the responsibility servants; rules of professional conduct analysis and determine their contribution in ensuring institutional integrity; identify shortcomings in the standards of conduct for public servants.

Scientific novelty and originality resides in the fact that the thesis represents a comprehensive study on responsibility and ethics of the civil servant. Therefore, the above mentioned idea has allowed the realization and development of the concept of responsibility as a result of studying the correlation between deontology and the legal status of the civil servant with developing recommendations on improving the relevant legal framework.

Scientific issues resolved consists in substantiating the theoretical and practical aspects regarding the significance of accountability of the civil servant by detailing the concepts of legal status and deontology of the civil servant, which led to new developments in the field of administrative law, highlighting the particularities of responsibility and liability of the civil p servant, as well as the legal status and deontology, all in order to improve the efficiency and the scientific, regulatory and applicable framework in the matter investigated.

Theoretical significance of the research of the research lies in: elucidating characteristic features of the public servant responsibility and liability for the violation of deontological norms and the reasoning of correlation between deontological and legal status of civil servant.

Applicative value of the paper. Conclusions and recommendations in this scientific study have a real applicative value, constituting a guarantee of promoting deontological values in the public service. The thesis can be used in the training of civil servants, students and masters purchasing a degree in Law and Public Administration, both at teaching the subject "Deontology of the civil servant", as well as in the process of continuing professional development. The results are helpful for developing recommendations on the implementation of ethical standards within the public authorities.

Implementation of scientific results. The results were used to formulate policy on sensitive posts, the Code of Ethics and Conduct for the customs officers from Moldova and Methodological guidance on its application. Research results were used in the training process within the OSCE Border Management Staff College.