LEGAL REGULATION PROCESS CREATING MANAGEMENT IN THE POLISH GOVERNMENTAL ADMINISTRATION
Published: 29 Aug 2014
Abstract: According to the regulations of the Polish Constitution, the tasks of head and regional governmental administration bodies in Poland include creating certain legal regulations. The Council of Ministers is also entitled to implement the bills prepared by itself into the Sejm. The Government Legislation Centre provides the coordination of legislative activity of the Council of Ministers, the Prime Minister and other governmental administration bodies. The proceedings connected with creating governmental legal acts, is regulated in the resolution of the Council of Ministers from October 29th, 2013 – The Regulations of the works of the Council of Ministers. The regulation of impact assessment (RIA), public consultations or giving opinions on projects during each phase of proceedings, are of particular significance. A new solution is to recommend performing the regulation of impact assessment ex-post, namely performing the assessment sometime after the already legible acts have been functioning, so called RIA ex-post. The dissertation includes widely presented main assumptions of the Polish process of creating legal regulations by the Council of Ministers and the rules of its coordination.
Keywords: economy, law, government, governmental administration, legislation, regulatory impact assessment
Cite this article: Wacław Brzęk. LEGAL REGULATION PROCESS CREATING MANAGEMENT IN THE POLISH GOVERNMENTAL ADMINISTRATION. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Economy & Business 8, 947-954 (2014). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000449/
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