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Regulation of Civil Service between 1918 and 1938
Vodárková, Mahulena ; Šouša, Jiří (advisor) ; Blažek, Lukáš (referee)
Civil service regulation 1918-1938 Abstract The civil service in the sense of the officials working within the state apparatus appeared in the Czech lands during the modern age, but it did not acquire a solid legal form until the second half of the 19th century. At this time, there was a need of normatively enshrining the rights and obligations of the civil servants, and the result of this effort was the adoption of Act No. 15/1914 Coll., so called the service pragmatics. This legal regulation was subsequently adopted into the Czechoslovak legal system. The service pragmatics thus applied during the First and Second Czechoslovak Republic, but during this period it was amended several times and some parts of it were changed to correspond to the new conditions within a democratic Czechoslovakia. In addition to the adjustment of the service pragmatics, which was already established by the Constitution from 1920 (it introduced, for example, an equality before the law, equal rights for women, who could subsequently enter the service, etc.), there were several other norms adopted during the 1920s and 1930s that amended or supplemented the provisions of the service pragmatics. Such legal regulations included, for example, Act No. 103/1926 Coll., the Salary Act, which amended the remuneration of the civil servants...

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