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Managerial Relations and the Subjects. Executive Government

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Social relationships and everyday interactions among individuals, natural  and legal persons are held with the help of different types of social management.  Variety of social management is based on the classifications of managerial  relations. Executive government with its system, indications and prescribed  obligations is very important, but only one type of state government. In modern  Georgia administrative law state government and executive activity of state bodies  have identical essence, because in both cases it concerns with managerial  interactions between subjects of law. Government (management) is the method of  achievement of final goals, used by every branch of state authorities to regulate,  carry out and protect social relations by means of laws and by-law.

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http://journal.ibsu.edu.ge/index.php/ibsusj/article/view/9

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