This revised second edition is an account of the rise and worldwide spread among democratic countries of the new and significant parliamentary officer known as an Ombudsman. Originated in Sweden, this position protects citizens against abuses of government by receiving, investigating, and remedying complaints made by citizens about their treatment by governmental officials. Suitable for students of political science, public administration and law. Comments on the first edition:
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