Event Title

Standardization of National Legislation by International Intergovernmental Organisations: by the Example of National Constitutions

Session

Law

Description

International organizations have a serious impact on the processes of convergence, standardization and unification of the national legislation of the participating countries. With the admission of the state into the international organization, it is forced to adjust its domestic law to numerous international acts. The result of such activities may be a very significant intrusion into the sphere of internal competencies. The author of the article examines the data of standardization and transformation processes in relation to the national constitutions and with respect to the law of the European Union Member States. The article illustrates trends in the transformation processes on this field in Ireland, France, Germany, and Russia. The standardization of national legislation by international intergovernmental organizations undoubtedly proves the gradual expansion of their powers. Unfortunately, the specifics of universal and regional structures and such associations of states as communities, commonwealths, confederations, and unions are not always fully taken into account. This creates difficulties in fulfilling the obligations imposed by the founders agreements on the participating states. Therefore, the author is initiating the creation of model laws on the implementation of the acts of international intergovernmental organisations at the national level. The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project №18-511-00003 Bel_a

Keywords:

international organizations, standardization and unification of national legislation of member states, changing and supplementing national legislation, model laws for member states, standardization and transformation processes, transformation of constitutional law

Session Chair

Joana Qeleshi

Session Co-Chair

Jorida Xhafaj

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.268

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Standardization of National Legislation by International Intergovernmental Organisations: by the Example of National Constitutions

Pristina, Kosovo

International organizations have a serious impact on the processes of convergence, standardization and unification of the national legislation of the participating countries. With the admission of the state into the international organization, it is forced to adjust its domestic law to numerous international acts. The result of such activities may be a very significant intrusion into the sphere of internal competencies. The author of the article examines the data of standardization and transformation processes in relation to the national constitutions and with respect to the law of the European Union Member States. The article illustrates trends in the transformation processes on this field in Ireland, France, Germany, and Russia. The standardization of national legislation by international intergovernmental organizations undoubtedly proves the gradual expansion of their powers. Unfortunately, the specifics of universal and regional structures and such associations of states as communities, commonwealths, confederations, and unions are not always fully taken into account. This creates difficulties in fulfilling the obligations imposed by the founders agreements on the participating states. Therefore, the author is initiating the creation of model laws on the implementation of the acts of international intergovernmental organisations at the national level. The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project №18-511-00003 Bel_a