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a government appointee who investigates complaints by private persons against the government

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During the two-day conference, four plenary sessions were held that discussed important agenda points and gave their suggestions for overcoming challenges faced by the Ombudsmanship.
Today, we have received the views of Diamandouros on the draft law on ombudsmanship at the Turkish Parliament and his thoughts on the experiences of EU member countries, Bagis said.
Topics include the work of the ombudsman within the rule of law, a comparison of the roles of administrative courts and ombudsman in France and Yalta, the issue of "internormality" in administrative mediation, the promise of good governance and development thought ombudsmanship in the South Pacific, the special role of the ombudsman for prisoners, morality and activism in attaining administrative justice through ombudsmanship, and the primary focus of ombudsmen when serving to protect human rights and redress public grievances in cases of corruption.
These reforms may seem far-reaching, but they are necessary if Canada is once again to become a leader in ombudsmanship.
in REPORT OF THE FIRST SAN JUAN OMBUDSMANSHIP CONGRESS 24 (Judicial Ombudsman ed.
He said the concept of Ombudsmanship has gained popularity worldwide.
He said we are eager to promote new norms of Ombudsmanship for good governance and improvement of administration.