This theises discusses the inadmissible backlogs of appeals, accumulated at the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. I am addressing the topic because in the social field, the exercise of rights from public funds is most often required for parties in administrative procedures.
In principle, an appeal is always permitted in an administrative procedure, unless otherwise provided by law. As a remedy derived from international and constitutional provisions, it is intended to protect the rights of the parties and the public interest against the decisions of the state authority, for which the individual believes that the decision violates his right.
Through an analysis of empirical data, I am identifying human rights violations due to appeals that are resolved over an admissible deadline at the supervisory second stage and delay the exercise of rights in the social field, which is already inherently sensitive in nature. The instant institution responsible for social affairs with the ineffective management of appeal claims thus violates statutory and constitutional provisions.