It is important that civil servants, who have a major role and responsibility in the efficient and efficient execution of public services, behave in accordance with the disciplinary legislation in order to maintain the desired order for the public. For civil servants, behaviors that violate the rules defined in the Law constitute “disciplinary offense”. If this occurs, a penalty foreseen from the ”warning” penalty to the “dismissal from the civil service” should be given within the legal framework and in accordance with the law. In this article, According to the latest version of the Civil Servants Law No. 657, the disciplinary and criminal responsibility of civil servants were discussed and the concepts in the disciplinary legislation and important situations in the disciplinary investigation stages were discussed and the subject of disciplinary punishment was examined from a general perspective.
Civil Servants, Civil Servants Law No. 657, Discipline, Disciplinary Crime, Disciplinary Punishment.
|Author :||Abed Rzaij ASWAD|
|Number of pages:||305-322|