Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 15, No 1 (2019)

The Deformed Politicization of the Public Administration in Albania

Kozeta Vuksanlekaj


Although there are many studies regarding the public administration and the civil service, the novelty of this paper stands in the fact that the observations of a civil servant with a long experience in the public administration are focused in the negative consequences of “militancy” and the “deformed politicization” of the public administration. This paper is specific because it is focused in the study of concrete cases of the relationship between civil servants and the political leaders with the aim of finding solutions that will fight corruptive and militant behaviours in the public administration. For this reason, this research will bring innovation to the field of scientific research.  

Militancy in Albania is the main factor that prevents the formation of a stable and professional public administration with capable people of integrity who are devoted to serving the public. Reality has witnessed that “militancy” in Albania has turned the public administration into a shelter for the survival of people who are professionally incapable. It has turned it into a tool for political parties to reward activists for their support in electoral campaigns and into a source of corruption.


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