Skład redakcji tomu 6 za rok 2017
Joanna Felczak (Radom)
Ewelina Mitręga (Lublin)
Sebastian Kwiecień (Lublin)
Anna Ostrowska (Lublin)
Mariusz Maciejewski (Warszawa)
Małgorzata Szreniawska (Lublin)
Mariusz Wieczorek (Radom)
Zbigniew Adamowicz (nauki o polityce, polityka lokalna)
Barbara Bonisławska (administracja bezpieczeństwa)
Sławomir Chomocnik (samorząd zawodowy)
Antoni Chuchla (administracja publiczna, prawo administracyjne, samorząd terytorialny)
Anna Dąbrowska (prawo konstytucyjne, prawo międzynarodowe publiczne)
Tomasz Dąbrowski (prawo cywilne i spółdzielcze)
Piotr Janus (samorząd gospodarczy)
Martyna Jurzyk (oświata i media)
Krzysztof Księski (organizacje pozarządowe)
Piotr Szreniawski (nauka o administracji)
Paweł Marek Woroniecki (prawo finansowe i gospodarcze)
Zastępcy redaktora naczelnego:
Cały tom do pobrania bezpłatnie
Pojedyncze artykuły w pełnych wersjach do pobrania bezpłatnie:
Local and Regional Paid Daily Newspapers Market in Wroclaw – Attempt of Characterisation
Media, thanks to the mass-scale influence and highly persuasive capabilities, provide the essential instrument of social engineering in XXI century. The author decided to analyze the specific „part of media world”, which is the closest to citizens in local and regional aspect. The topic of the article focuses on local and regional paid daily newspapers market in Wroclaw. The main goal of this paper is to verify the hypothesis, that „local and regional paid daily newspapers market in Wroclaw is highly competitive with lots of different titles and publishers”. The paper has descriptive-analytical frame and constitutes a proposal for a wider reflection on the Polish local pressownership.
Keywords: concentration of capital, media, pluralism, Wroclaw
Community and Non-Governmental Organizations in the State Internal Security System
Security system is obviously composed of public entities. However, community and non-governmental organizations are parts of this system too. The fact that, in many cases, public entities contribute to the considerable increase in the state internal security is not without significance. This relates to branches such as life saving or biosecurity, as well as to the branches connected with current and constant reinforcement of social security. In many cases the state would not be able to assure the appropriate level of social security wihout the involvement of community and non-governmental organizations. Therefore, while talking about internal security system one should remember about the vital contribution of the mentioned organizations to this system.
Keywords: community and non-governmental organizations, internal security system
Konrad Buczma, Sławomir Chomoncik
Right of Personal Data Protection in Works of the Constitutional Commission
of National Assembly in 1993-1997 Years
This article concerns forming of settling the right to personal data protection in present Constitution of the Republic of Poland dating back to 02.04.1997. The authors present projects of future constitution that are the subject of work of National Assembly Constitutional Committee. The authors depict the analysis of conditioning that led to the present form of art 51 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland which is the outcome of discussions in the already mentioned committee as well as a normalizing standard on the constitutional level that gives the right to personal data protection. The writers prove that this issue in the context of work on the whole polish constitution was a marginal aspect and it did not arise greater disputes and controversies in National Assembly Constitutional Committee.
Keywords: Constitution of the Republic of Poland, National Assembly Constitutional Committee, right to personal data protection, right to privacy
Kamil Burski, Jaryna Smertyha-Burska
New Rules of Concluding of Concession Agreements for Construction Works or Services by Local Government Units under the Act of 21 October 2016
The article presents the main problems arising from the enactment of the new law of 21 October 2016, which regulates the conclusion of concession agreements for construction works or services, one of the forms of public administration activities. This Act transposed into polish law the provisions of Directive 2014/23/EU on the award of concession.
Keywords: administrative agreement, concession, construction works, local government
Concurrence of Judicial and Administrative Enforcement
The aim of this article is to present the legal regulations on the concurrence of judicial and administrative execution. The author of the text informs in the introduction that from the 8th September 2016, a major legal modification concerning the concurrence of enforcement entered into force. Next he presents statements of legal scholars concerning the introduced legal amendments of the title issue.
The first part of the text entitled – „The essence of the concurrence of judicial and administrative enforcement” contains a discussion of the institution of judicial enforcement, institution of administrative execution, as well as explanation in what situations a concurrence of enforcement takes place. Next section of the document presents conditions for the settlement of the concurrence of judicial and administrative enforcement. The third part of the article concerns the procedures of the enforcement authorities in case of stating a concurrence of enforcement. The publication contains also a closure, in form of a summary of the conclusions contained in the text.
Keywords: administrative enforcement, concurrence of enforcement, judicial enforcement, settlement of the concurrence of enforcement
Tasks of Voivodeships Unit Conneted with Employee Protection in the Event of an Insolvent Employer
This article presents the role of a voivodship’s self-government in procedure of fulfilling employees obligations in case of insolvency of an employer. Tasks connected with this issue constitute tasks delegated by the government to self-government of a voivodship. In other part this article analyze competences of a voivodship’s Marshal and eventual basis of his liability in view of the Act on insolvency of employers.
Keywords: insolvent employer, Ministry of Labour, voivodeship
The Ministerial Badges for Meritorious to National Economy
Working for the national economy in each case is a value in itself, because thanks to the contribution of time, energy and knowledge of inhabitants the welfare of the state increases. Apart from the financial compensation, long-term work and outstanding service can meet with a special manifestation of gratitude in the form of badges of honor. This article presents the awards established by the Polish Council of Ministers for his merits in the various sectors of the economy. Because of the exclusive nature of the orders and decorations, ministerial badges represent the most popular, symbolic way to reward the efforts of the citizens related to specific occupation.
Keywords: badges of honor, medals and distinctions, ministerial badges
Legal Aspects of Giving and Changing Streets’ and Squares’ Names
In the article some problems connected with giving a names to streets and squares and changing of these names were discussed. The range of competences of local government organs in this matter was analysed, also the procedure of giving or changing a name was shown. The text concerns about, inter alia, the question of participation of local society in arriving at decision in this theme (including such problems as gaining an inhabitants’ acceptance or necessity of leading consultation), name selection criteria, legal status of ordinances. The analysis was based on legal acts that are in force now, but also on the attainment of jurisdiction and legal science; it was additionally supported by specific examples. Legal grounds of very up-to-date occurrence, the so called decommunization of streets, were shown too – in this matter the procedure of changing illegal names was presented. Some attention was also paid to a question of bilingual names, by hand of which linguistic rights of minorities are implemented. Comprehensive analysis let evaluate law in force, which – although, in principle, correctly regulates issues that are the article object – is not entirely free of lacunas.
Keywords: decommunization, square name, street name
Crime of Abuse of Power and Inaction in Criminal Law of the Second Polish Republic
This article presents the problem of the crime of abuse and inaction of power in criminal law of the Second Polish Republic. This was one of the civil servants crimes, specific types of crimes, singled out in a polish criminal law by a potential offender - an official. The article, describing one of the most important offenses, consists of parts corresponding to the scheme of crime construction. The author primarily uses the historical method in jurisprudence by interpreting the non-binding provisions of law and the comparative method by comparing the solutions contained in the penal codes of the Second Polish Republic. The main sources used were legal acts related to the subject of the paper, namely: the austrian penal code of 1852, the German penal code of 1871, the Russian penal code of 1903 and the Polish penal code of 1932. Literature was predominantly based on works published during the period – Second Polish Republic. The author tried to present the widest range of views, using in particular commentary papers and scientific articles published in scientific journals.
Keywords: civil servants crimes, crime of abuse of power and inaction, officials responsibility, polish penal code of 1932
The Local Government in Sweden
The purpose of this article is to present the Swedish model of local government, including: history of this institution, structure, authorities, function and the meaning in Swedish decentralized system of public administration. This will be based on the analysis available literature and the rules governing the system of local government of Sweden.
Keywords: county council, local government, municipalities
Local Government Theory in Activities and Works of Maurycy Zdzislaw Jaroszynski (1890–1974)
This paper presents the biography of Maurice Zdzisław Jaroszyński. The main aim of the paper is to present the prof. Jaroszyński concept of self-government, which was created not only in the scientific field, but also within the scope of his self-government activity. Maurycy Jaroszyński graduated from Lviv University in 1912 and was also a participant in the First World War. After the war he became involved in self-government activity in the Second Polish Republic, serving, among other things, as a starost in Rawa Mazowiecka and in Mława. Apart from practice in local government authorities, he actively participated in discussions on the model of self-government in the Second Republic of Poland and took active part in activities aimed at establishing an organization that would represent the interests of the poviat unions in the nationwide forum. From 1925 he lectured at the Free Polish University, also after receiving the title of Associate Professor at the Warsaw School of Economics. At the same time he published articles in scientific journals devoted to self-government at that time. After the end of World War II, he assumed the Head of the Department of Administrative Law (originally the Department of Administrative Science and Administrative Law) at the University of Warsaw. Throughout his career he also held other important functions in state and university organizations, including the Commission for the Improvement of Public Administration, the Territorial Self-Government Union or the Polish Academy of Sciences. Maurycy Jaroszyński was a supporter of the state self-government school and in his opinion the self-government, as a part of the public administration, is very strongly connected with the state. According to Jaroszyński, the self-government is the body of the state, serving the state's tasks, which are unlimited in scope, completely subordinate to the state, and differing in legal terms from other state organs carrying out similar tasks, only by the nature of independence.
Keywords: local government, Maurycy Zdzislaw Jaroszynski
Public Library as an Administrative Facility
This article is about an important practice problem, which is to determine whether public libraries are in fact public facilities, and thus their goal is the fulfillment of public tasks, rather than running a business. Both case law and doctrine usually is considered such a view be appropriate, however, practice activities of public libraries shows that it is not a question of a sufficiently and clear. The author analyzes the different elements of the public libraries in relation to the basic features that you should plant administration, trying to answer the question whether it is appropriate to determine whether public libraries actually are.
Keywords: administrative facility, cultural activities, public facility, public library
Some Notes on the Building Servitude
Crossing of border of the adjacent land by erection of the building or other device calls the changes in the sphere of subjective rights. This issue was already discussed in the science of law, however, the change of ownership relations associated with disposing of municipal real estate tends to take further discussion. The importance of this issue still will grow also for other reasons. Inner-city areas very often there are underground passages and caves, the remains of the walls and fortifications, which are exposed by excavation work carried out by the developer's investment. Hence, investors should carefully examine the land surrounding around their investments. In the case of crossing the border of the adjacent land, if in the vicinity of the investment will be the historic piece of outdoor, continuation of investments will depend on the position of restoration services.
Keywords: border, investment