Sources of Environmental Law in the Republic of Bulgaria
This article is dedicated to one actual theoretical problem of the Bulgarian environmental law. There are evaluated in it the different kinds of sources of the environmental law of the Republic of Bulgaria, and especially: constitution, laws, regulations, international treaties and the Law of the European Union. The author divides in structural meaning the environmental laws in Bulgaria to three groups: general, special and those, which are in the scope of different branches of legislation, but including environmental provisions. The social policy could not be developed without efficient implementation of environmental legislation.
Volume (Year): (2010-2011)
Issue (Month): 1-2 (January)
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