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The book, La carrière du fonctionnaire en France et au Liban (Étude juridique)*, aims to offer a comprehensive manual for law experts, including judges, lawyers, teachers and senior civil servants, as well as researchers and individuals tasked with designing the necessary reforms for the proper functioning of the public administration.
Drawing on his legal knowledge and professional experience regarding the complex functioning of the Lebanese and French public service, and making the most of his 40-year experience and teaching on both professional and academic levels, the author presents a manual in three volumes. The first volume focuses on the recruitment of civil servants, the second on civil servants on duty, and the last on the end of their career.
Michel Tabet, former President of the Higher Disciplinary Council, Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Saint Joseph University of Beirut, has served the Lebanese Administration for forty years in senior public positions, both in the working administration and in the control bodies. He also taught for forty-five years at the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Saint Joseph University of Beirut.
*English: Public Servants’ Career in France and Lebanon (A Legal Study)
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