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The Ombudsman as an Institution of European Administrative Law

—Dr. Julia Haas, Attorney-at-law (Rechtsanwältin), Hamburg (Germany) The ombudsman is presumably one of the most important Scandinavian contributions to worldwide constitutional development. Its origins can be traced back to the Swedish institution of the Justitieombudsman which was introduced in the Swedish constitution of 1809. The original Swedish idea of an “ombudsman” (meaning “representative” or “commissioner”)

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Published on March 27, 2013
Author:          Filed under: Analysis, Younger Comparativists; New Scholarship