Abstract

Nowadays, Polish public administration is obliged to act in accordance with clear premises, determined in the Constitution of the Republic of Poland. The rules and values included in the Polish Constitution determine the realised activities, since this significant document is to serve the individual people, exercise their rights and freedoms. There is no doubt that Polish Constitution is an organisation, so it is submitted to all kinds of functionality, economic and other criteria based on rational premises. However, when the public administration is not subjected to surveillance, including the social control, and when other mechanisms of efficient supervision fail, it becomes a force submitted to a governing party’s dictate. The political constraints in administration development are predominant.

Keywords: public administration, civil service, decision in local government administration, direct democracy, indirect democracy, civil society, local identity, local government authority, elections

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