Zarządzenia Prezesa Rady Ministrów wydane w celu utworzenia rad i zespołów opiniodawczych lub doradczych w sprawach należących do zadań i kompetencji Rady Ministrów lub premiera
Executive Orders of the Prime Minister Issued for the Creation of Opinion-making or Advisory Councils and Teams Responsible for Matters Falling within the Tasks and Competence of the Council of Ministers or Prime Minister
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The article provides an analysis of executive orders of the Prime Minister issued on the basis of Article 12 para. 1 subpara. 3 and para. 2 of the Act of 8 August 1996 on the Council of Ministers. These are acts of internal law, modeled on Article 2, Article 7 and Article 93 of the Constitution. In order to get the right perspective, it is necessary to establish the substance of such orders and, in their case, a broader analysis of the legislative activity of the Prime Minister (which covers more than 20 randomly selected orders of the Prime Minister issued in different years). Among the tasks of councils and teams specifi ed in the orders of the Prime Minister, are those that go beyond tasks typical of advisory and advisory bodies and are of an imperative nature. This proves the existence of an established practice of treating the councils and teams created on the basis of Article 12 para. 1 subpara. 3 of the Act on the Council of Ministers as subsidiary bodies of the Prime Minister or the Council of Ministers, to whom certain powers of the Prime Minister or the Council of Ministers have been delegated. This is acceptable for subsidiary bodies. This is an evidence of understanding of the role of councils and teams based on Article 12 para. 1 subpara. 3 of the Act on the Council of Ministers in a way which goes beyond the linguistic interpretation of that article and recognizes primacy of other methods of interpretation.
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