2. Scope of action
In which situations can the Bureau de médiation administrative (BMA) intervene ?
The BMA can intervene in case of conflicts between a citizen and :
- the cantonal administration
- the administrative services of the judiciary and of the Cour des comptes
- the municipal administrations
- institutions, institutions and foundations with public law missions
In what situations can the Bureau de médiation administrative not intervene?
The BMA can not intervene :
- in conflicts with the elected members of the Grand Conseil, the Conseil d'Etat, the judiciary, the Cour des comptes, and municipal authorities.
- to deal with labor relations disputes between the administration and its employees.
The BMA does not have jurisdiction to review a case that is the subject of an ongoing legal proceeding or has been previously decided in law, unless the latter is suspended for an amicable settlement behind him.