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Journal: International scientific journal "Internauka." Series: "Juridical Sciences" (Vol.1, No. 21)

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Page : 7-14

Keywords : Human-centrism; principles; legal ideas; ideology of Human-centrism; public administration; value system; principles of management;

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The article explores the principle of human-centrism in administrative and legal support of public administration, describes the general principles formed by scientists, emphasizes that the ideology of human-centrism or “human-oriented” ideology, provides that the state should “serve” the interests of citizens, individuals by comprehensively prioritizing their rights, freedoms and interests in the public sphere. The Declaration on State Sovereignty of Ukraine, adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of the Ukrainian SSR on July 16, 1990, No. 55-XII stated Part 1 that the Ukrainian SSR exercises the protection and protection of the national statehood of the Ukrainian people. The act of proclaiming Ukraine's independence, based on the right to self-determination, proclaimed Ukraine's independence and provided for the holding of a national referendum on December 1, 1991 to confirm the act of proclaiming independence. The referendum was supposed to show that the source of Ukrainian independent statehood was not the behind-the-scenes arrangements of the representatives of individual political forces, but the will of the Ukrainian people and, thus, to become the highest form of legitimization of the Declaration of Independence of Ukraine. The all-Ukrainian referendum was held in a timely manner — December 1, 1991, in a democratic way, without significant violations of the law, and with the general national uplift and consolidation of citizens of all nationalities around the idea of building the Ukrainian state. It is symbolic that it was on this day, December 1, 1991 that the first nationwide election of the President of Ukraine took place as Head of State. The transformation of public relations in Ukraine in recent years, accompanied by changes at the level of public authority, strengthening of civil society and its involvement in state-making and law-making processes, have led to the objective need to rethink a number of fundamental provisions in the doctrine of modern constitutional and administrative law.

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