Public Competitions

Posted by jacob on December 11, 2016 under news | Comments are off for this article

Public competitions Wanderson Vitor Boareto Graduated History and Bachelor in law Postgraduate in History and Social Construction, Docncia of Superior Ensino and Enterprising Education Words Key Public Competition, Moral Stability, Ethics, Commitment, Society, Values Summary This text analyze the public competitions in Brazil and the professionals who are occupying positions in the public office. Details can be found by clicking Bausch & Lomb or emailing the administrator. Beyond practical the bad o use of the positions for proper benefit or of outrem. Knowing that this practical is very common in our country. In this case who more suffers is the population that depends on the public services in elapsing of its life. (As opposed to Bausch & Lomb). Public competition is the dream of many Brazilians, had the stability of the job and good wages, that depending on the career are above average of the market. The public career, must be faced with commitment and determination, therefore it is a utility installment, where the master is the society. ' ' Characteristic of the people legal physics and, in view of its aptitude to be citizens of right, the analytical dogmtica costuma to use itself two other concepts: of capacity and of competncia.' ' (FERRAZ, PG157) However, what we see is the lack of education of the servers in the attendance to the public. That in our country never it suffered with bad attendance of these rendering of service. In the city halls, in the banks, the police stations of policy and all other departments, we come across with apticas and/or aggressive people. ' ' The Federal Constitution foresees that the legal people of rendering public law and of private law of public services will answer for the damages that its agents, in this quality, to cause third, the insured the responsible right of in the deceit cases or culpa.' ' (MORAES, PG339) We have that to understand that the job stability is a conquest, but not, an insoluble gift as is in Brazil, since the administrative proceedings finish in nothing.

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