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14 issues that the State Council courts have the exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate

14 issues that the State Council courts have the exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate

Law No. 47 of 1972 regarding the State Council specifies, Competences of the State Council Courts exclusively to decide on 14 issues The State Council courts are exclusively competent to decide on the following issues:

First: Appeals for local council elections

Second: Disputes related to salaries, pensions and remunerations due to public officials or their heirs

Third: Requests submitted by those concerned to challenge the final administrative decisions issued for appointment to public positions, promotion, or granting bonuses

Fourthly: Requests submitted by public officials to cancel administrative decisions issued to refer them to retirement or provisional retirement or dismiss them without a disciplinary method

Fifthly: Requests by individuals or people to cancel final administrative decisions

Sixthly: Appeals against final decisions issued by administrative authorities in tax and fee disputes in accordance with the law regulating how such disputes are considered before the State Council

Seventh: Sexual suits

Eighth: Appeals against final decisions issued by administrative bodies with judicial jurisdiction, Except for the decisions issued by the conciliation and arbitration bodies in labor disputes, when the appeal is referenced, Lack of jurisdiction, defect in form, violation of laws and regulations, or error in their application or interpretation

Ninth: Requests by public officials to overturn the final decisions of the disciplinary authorities

Tenth: Claims for compensation for the decisions stipulated in the previous clauses, whether originally or dependently filed

Eleven: Disputes related to commitment contracts, public works, supply or any other administrative contract

Twelveth Disciplinary cases provided for in this law

Thirteen: Appeals against the penalties imposed on workers in the public sector within the limits established by law

Fourteenth: All other administrative disputes

In requests to cancel the final administrative decisions, it is stipulated that the reference for the appeal be lack of jurisdiction, defect in form, violation of laws or regulations, error in their application or interpretation, or abuse of authority.

It is considered as administrative decisions the refusal of the administrative authorities or their refusal to take a decision that they should have taken in accordance with the laws and regulations

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