Publishing announcement: “Legislative Acts” series
The Institute De Republica Publishing House in cooperation with the Government Legislation Centre, within the framework of dissemination of knowledge concerning legislation, is going to publish a new series “Legal Acts”. The publications will include extensive introductions/commentaries to selected legal acts and full texts of legal provisions.
The first publications to appear in the series will be:
The Constitution of the Republic of Poland of 2 April 1997
The Constitution of the Republic of Poland is the supreme legal act (fundamental law) of the Republic of Poland. It was enacted by the National Assembly on 2 April 1997, accepted by the Nation in a constitutional referendum on 25 May 1997, and signed by the President of the Republic of Poland on 16 July 1997.
Resolution No. 190 of the Council of Ministers of 29 October 2013 – Regulations for the work of the Council of Ministers
The document concerns the tasks and competences of the Council of Ministers, which, alongside the President of the Republic of Poland, is the body of the executive power. The Council of Ministers considers matters related to both internal policy (e.g., adopts the draft national budget, protects the interests of the State Treasury), as well as external policy (e.g., ensures the external security of the State, exercises general governance in relations with other states and international organisations) of the country.
The Regulation of the Prime Minister of 20 June 2002 on the “Rules of Legislative Techniques”
The document regulates the rules of legislative technique, i.e., the rules for creating normative acts binding in the Republic of Poland. The rules are provided in an annex to the regulation and as such have the binding force of the regulation.
Publishing premiere: 2022