I've just run into a collocation “décologie administrative”. The context: “La mission de contrôle (...) n’a pas respecté la décologie administrative”. I cannot really understand the meaning of this or identify what the author had in mind, taking into consideration that (s)he could make a mistake. My guess is that (s)he confused it with “déontologie”. Any idea?
closed as too localized by Stéphane Gimenez♦, Kareen, Circeus, F'x May 22 '12 at 7:59
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