Le Médiateur de la République est une autorité indépendante intervenant dans le règlement des litiges entre l'administration et les administrés de l'exécution de ses missions de service public.
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Le Médiateur de la République a pour mission de rechercher un règlement amiable des différends entre les administrés et les administrations de l’Etat, des collectivités territoriales, des établissements publics ou de tout autre organisme investi d’une mission de service public (organismes sociaux, entreprises publiques, etc.) . ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site]
The mission of the Ombudsman is to serve the Mauritian community by addressing issues arising from maladministration in the public sector and redressing wrongs that may have been committed. The Ombudsman proceeds by way of independent and impartial investigations initiated upon receipt of written complaints or acting on his own initiative. The Ombudsman attempts to strike a fair balance between what the citizen expects from government services and the government that provides these services.
[according to site editor's information]The Ombudsman's objective is to develop a public service culture characterized by fairness, dedication, commitment, openness and accountability....
The Office of the Ombudsman in Namibia strives to promote and protect human rights, promote fair and effective administration, combat corrupt practices and protect the environment and natural resources of Namibia through independent and impartial investigation and resolution of complaints, as well as raising public awareness. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Office of Ombudsman is assigned with the following attributions in order to reinforce good governance in both Public and Private institutions:
1. Acting as a link between the citizen, public and private institutions;2. Preventing and fighting injustice, corruption and related offences in public and private institutions;
3. Receiving and examining complaints from individuals and independent associations relating to acts of civil servants, state organs and private institutions;
4. Receiving and examining the declared assets of high ranking government officials, senior civil servants and employees involved in public property and finance;
5. Monitoring the leadership code of conduct;
6. Coordinating national consultative council in charge of fighting corruption and related offences. ... [according to site editor's information]