Cases of exemption from administrative warning (Comparative study)

Zahraa Mansoor Mathkoor ,Alaa Ibraheem Al-Husseini


As the administration is exempt from issuing an administrative warning in cases, including what is in the text of the law or the contract itself, and some of which are based on certain circumstances, it is legal for the public authority to forget about the administrative warning and to impose the penalty directly without achieving this guarantee (administrative warning). The state does not view this as a legal infraction because it serves the public interest, which is what the warning was intended to achieve.