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Consolidating Legal Reform in Central & Eastern Europe (Rattsfondens Skriftserie, 37)

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Published by Lustu Forlag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International,
  • Law

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAnders Fogelklou (Editor), Fredrik Sterzel (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12856294M
    ISBN 10918758218X
    ISBN 109789187582189

    The Eastern Orthodox Church, officially the Orthodox Catholic Church, is the second-largest Christian church, with approximately million baptised members. It operates as a communion of autocephalous churches, each governed by its bishops in local synods. Roughly half of Eastern Orthodox Christians live in Russia. The church has no central doctrinal or governmental Polity: Episcopal. Ready for Europe: public administration reform and European Union accession in Central and Eastern Europe (English) Abstract. This study seeks to clarify and concretize the real administrative requirements of accession for selected Central and Eastern European by:

    Administrative and Court Reform in Central and Eastern Europe. European Law Journal, Vol. 9, pp. , July It shows that administrators and judges in Central and Eastern Europe have significant difficulties with Western working methods, specifically the application of international norms in the national legal order, due process and Cited by:   His most recent book is Consolidating Legal Reform in Eastern Europe (Justus, Uppsala, ). Professor Fogelklou’s special research interests concern Central and East European Constitutional law. In this respect, he has recently—on several occasions—been engaged by the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe.

      The constitution-making process within Central and Eastern Europe can be viewed as an attempt by the states to regain freedom and independence from the imperial influence. 4 The deterioration, and at some point, the break-up of Austro-Hungarian, German, Ottoman, and Russian empires led newly emerged states to set up a legal foundation for Author: George Papuashvili. EU ENLARGEMENT AND THE CONSTITUTIONS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE In the wake of the EU’s greatest enlargement, this book explores the adaptation of the constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe for mem-bership in the European Union. In response to the painful past, these new Europe Agreements in CEE legal orders


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The book Consolidating Legal Reform in Central and Eastern Europe is an attempt to give an overview of the legal transformation that has taken place in Central and Eastern Europe.

The book describes changes in the legal systems of all future members of the European Union from Central and Eastern Europe. Consolidating Legal Reform in Central & Eastern Europe (Rattsfondens Skriftserie, 37) by Anders Fogelklou (Editor), Fredrik Sterzel (Editor) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Fundamental legal changes have occurred in post-Communist countries after Pages: The book describes changes in the legal systems of all future members of the European Union from Central and Eastern Europe.

In addition, the problems of legal transition in the Russian Federation are also treated in this book. While emphasis is focused on the constitutional conditions for the emergence of the rule of law in Central and Eastern. Müller-Graff, P. ‘Legal Framework for Relations between the European Union and Central and Eastern Europe: General Aspects’ in Maresceau, M.

(ed.), Enlarging the European Union: Relations Between the European Union and Central and Eastern Europe (Longman, London and New York, ), pp. 27–31Cited by: Edited by two leading analysts of post-communist politics, this book brings together distinguished specialists on the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary.

The authors analyze the patterns of postcommunist democratization in these countries, paying particular attention to the process of party formation, electoral politics, 5/5(1).

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In all countries in Central and Eastern Europe, and even beyond, there is increasingly a critical mass of expertise in the field of public administration and public management in universities, academies or think tanks. Increasingly, there are very good researchers who take public sector reform as their own research.

The balance of power in central and eastern Europe was reshaped at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th centuries because of the loss of power of: became "enlightened," but was still limited by weaknesses within the empire.

The Political Economy of Fiscal Reform in Central and Eastern Europe by George Kopits* This article discusses fiscal reform in Central and Eastern Europe from the perspective of political economy. Following an overview of basic reform trends, the article focuses on the principal drivers and impediments to reform in the region.

Summary. After Chile reformed its social security system inseveral other Latin American countries and certain Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries implemented the Chilean model, with some variations: either a single- or multi-tier system, or with a period of transition to take care of those in the labor force at the time of the change.

The League of Polish Families (Polish: Liga Polskich Rodzin, LPR) is a conservative political party in Poland, with many far-right elements in the past. The party's original ideology was that of the National Democracy movement which was headed by Roman Dmowski, however in its leader Roman Giertych distanced himself from that heritage.

It was represented in the Polish Headquarters: ul. Hoża 9, Warsaw. Enter Brexit. Britain's exit from the European Union will deprive Central and Eastern European governments of a key ally when it comes to EU them, the United Kingdom sees the bloc as a.

8 Reform in Eastern Europe and the Developing Country Dimension The transition from a centrally planned to a free market system of allocating resources requires a whole new infrastructure of legal rules and institutions.

Property rights and means for enforcing contracts need to be established. Without them, not only will. The fate of reform during the coming year may well determine whether Central and Eastern Europe will achieve the rapid eco nomic growth of Southeast Asia, or wallow in debt, stagnation, and.

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Szczerbowski, Aleksander W. Bauknecht. Welcome to our O-I-CEE. Central Europe Legal News and Views Blog. Bringing together the expertise and knowledge of our Central European offices, our aim is to inform, educate and (occasionally) entertain on issues relating to hot topics, legal challenges, interesting news and market moving items in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

Legal and judicial reform in Central Europe and the former Soviet Union - voices from five countries (English) Abstract. Since when the countries of Central Europe, followed by those in the former Soviet Union, began the transition towards free-market democracy, remarkable changes occurred in their countries, from civil war, the accumulation of great wealth in the Cited by:.

c) The comprehensive reform of property rights is an essential part of the general overhaul of the legal system in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The relationship between public (ius publicum) and private law (ius privatum) has to be an object for comprehensive [email protected]{1dbc-abccefdd0, author = {Bogdan, Michael}, booktitle = {Consolidating legal reform in Central and Eastern Europe: an anthology}, editor.Observers of post‐Communist politics recognize that civil service reform, an important part of the institutional transformation in Eastern Europe, was initiated at a very uneven : Antoaneta Dimitrova.