'Each for Themselves' or 'One for All'? The Changing Emphasis of the Commonwealth Ombudsman

Australian National University
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Journal Article
Federal Law Review, 2010, 38 (1), pp. 143 - 167
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The three clear functions that the Commonwealth Ombudsman has currently reflecting a change in emphasis towards what may be broadly termed the quality control of government administration are discussed. The need is for observers of Ombudsman, administrative law and policy makers to ensure that the Ombudsman institution to evolve and diversify its functions without compromising its principles or aims.
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