Wpływ dorobku Komisji Weneckiej na prawodawstwo krajowe
AbstractIn this paper, the author undertakes an analysis of the influence of documents prepared by the Venice Commission on the legislations of its member states. First of all, the circumstances in which this body was established are presented, along with its powers and achievements. Despite the formally non-binding character of the opinions issued by the Commission, the author notices indirect influence of the output of the Venice Commission on national legislation. It manifests itself in the fact that judicial authorities, especially the European Court of Human Rights and constitutional court, refer to the Commission's opinions. Its opinions indirectly influence the national legislations also because that they are referred to by international organizations which are founded on democracy and the rule of law (i.e. the European Union and the Council of Europe). In the summary the author notices the possibility of granting the Venice Commission adjudicating powers, however, the transitional stage has to be the introduction of mandatory reports on opinion implementation.
|Journal series||Europejski Przegląd Sądowy, ISSN 1895-0396, (B 11 pkt)|
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