COORDINATION NORMS IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA - Наукова спільнота

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COORDINATION NORMS IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA

22.02.2019 11:12

[Секція 2. Конституційне право. Конституційне процесуальне право. Міжнародне право]

Автор: Alexey A. Maksurov, PhD in Law, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University


Coordination standards are extended in the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia [1]. 

First of all, coordination is present at all levels of government, especially the executive. This is the first group of coordination constitutional norms.

Thus, Article 114 of the Constitution states that the President of the Government is responsible for ensuring the unity of the political and administrative direction of the Government and coordinates the work of ministers. Ministers are collectively accountable for the work of the Government, and each minister is accountable for the work of his ministry. 

The second group of norms indicates the need for consistency of legal acts.

For example, on the basis of Article 153 of the Constitution, laws, regulations and other general legal acts must be in conformity with the Constitution. Laws must be in conformity with generally accepted principles of international law and with valid treaties ratified by the National Assembly, whereas regulations and other general legal acts must also be in conformity with other ratified treaties. Regulations and other general legal acts must be in conformity with the Constitution and laws. Individual acts and actions of state authorities, local community authorities and bearers of public authority must be based on a law or regulation adopted pursuant to law. 

The third group of norms are "norms of consent", not all of which are of a coordination nature.

Thus, in accordance with Part 4 of Article 64 of the Constitution, laws, regulations and other general acts that concern the exercise of the constitutionally provided rights and the position of the national communities exclusively, may not be adopted without the consent of representatives of these national communities. 

Let us turn to another constitutional act - the Constitutional Law "On the enactment of the Basic Constitutional Charter of Independence and Independence of the Republic of Slovenia" [2].

According to Part 3 of Article 5 of the Law, the bodies provided for in the first paragraph of this article acquire their powers in accordance with the law, and also in agreement with the relevant bodies of the former SFRY. The Executive Council of the Republic of Slovenia may, by prior agreement with the Commission on Foreign Relations of the Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia, conclude a treaty in the framework of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia stipulating that diplomatic and consular missions, cultural and information centers and other representatives of the SFRY abroad will represent or protect the interests of the Republic of Slovenia.

On the basis of Part 3 of Article 7 of the Law, the executive order of the Republic of Slovenia may, by prior agreement with the Commission on Foreign Relations of the Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia, conclude in the framework of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia a treaty providing that diplomatic and consular missions, cultural information centers and other representatives of the SFRY abroad to represent or protect the interests of the Republic of Slovenia.

Literature

1. Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia // http://worldconstitutions.ru/?p=109

2. Constitutional Law "On the enactment of the Basic Constitutional Charter of Independence and Independence of the Republic of Slovenia" // http://worldconstitutions.ru/?p



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