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2014 | 4(123) | 111-138
Article title

Rola parlamentu w kreowaniu polityki społecznej Drugiej Rzeczypospolitej

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EN
The Role of Parliament in Creating Social Policy in the Second Republic of Poland
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PL
Abstracts
EN
In Poland, parliament has played a signifi cant role in creating, however, this role has signifi cantly evolved along with political and constitutional transformations. Until 1926, Parliament was the primary place for lawmaking, but later part of its powers in this respect were lost. After 1926, social legislation was based on presidential regulations, and legislative proposal submitted in the Sejm had no chance of success. Although the circumstances existing in Poland in the 1930s were similar to those from the fi rst period of independence, but the actual role of parliament in creating social policy was undoubtedly smaller than in the days of the Legislative Sejm, and the Sejm and Senate of the first term.
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111-138
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  • Dr hab., profesor Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, Wydział Socjologiczno-Historyczny, Katedra Politologii
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Publication order reference
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