TRANSPOZÍCIA V NOVÝCH ČLENSKÝCH KRAJINÁCH EÚ
Transposition in new member states of EU
Annually, each member state has to pass a number of domestic legislation transposing EU directives into national legal system. The extent of timely and correct enforcement of EU laws influences the operation of the Single European Market. Despite this fact there are enormous differences between the member countries in the way how they fulfil their transposition obligations. Some governments are doing well, some are lagging behind. The study looks at the analyses of timely and correct transposition in six new member states: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. The study looks at various factors derived from the theories of goodness of (mis)fit, political preferences, administrative capacity and world of compliance to explain the variation in transposition performance.
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