The Institution of Ombudsman in the English Legal System and Especially that of Cyprus

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What is an Ombudsman? The Ombudsman is defined as ‘being an independent government official who receives complaints against government agencies and officials from agrieved persons, [investigating] if the complaints are justified [and making] recommendations to remedy the complaints. […] It follows from this definition that the Institution of Ombudsman is one of the Institutions essential to a society under the rule of law, a society in which fundamental rights and human dignities are respected.

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Weight 0.122 kg
Dimensions 24 × 20 cm
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