2008 | 2(4) | 29-43
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Planowanie legislacyjne w Europie Środkowej

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Legislative Planning in Central Europe
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Rządy w Europie Środkowej regularnie publikują plany legislacyjne. Praktyka ta może przyczynić się do sprawnego rządzenia. Analiza doświadczeń Czech, Polski, Słowacji i Węgier wskazuje jednak, że rządy tych państw mają trudności z wykorzystaniem planów legislacyjnych do strategicznego zarządzania procesem tworzenia prawa. Niniejszy artykuł dowodzi, że powodów takiego stanu rzeczy należy szukać w słabej organizacji planowania legislacyjnego.
Cabinets in Central Europe regularly publish legislative works-plane, i.e. periodical lists of bills to be adopted by the cabinet and introduced to parliament. Such legislative planning has the potential to make an important contribution towards achieving better governance. The comparative experience of legislative planning in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia shows, however, that many governments find it difficult to transform legislative programmes into effective tools for strategic management of government legislation. This article argues that a major reason for such problems lies in the deficient organization of the planning process.
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