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Razmerje javnosti in tajnosti informacij v inšpekcijskih postopkih
BARLE, BARBARA (Author), Kovač, Polonca (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Inšpekcijske službe so pomembne pri zagotavljanju pravne države, saj nadzirajo izvajanje predpisov. Zakon jim predpisuje različne ukrepe, med katerimi je najpomembnejši, da odredijo odpravo nepravilnosti in s tem posežejo v delovanje inšpekcijskega zavezanca. Zaradi svoje represivne narave, ki sledi varovanju javnega interesa, je pomembno tudi zagotavljanje transparentnosti in javnosti delovanja. Javnost in tajnost informacij iz inšpekcijskih postopkov sta zagotovljeni prek različnih institutov in z različnimi omejitvami. Do informacij lahko dostopajo kot inšpekcijski zavezanec, stranski udeleženec v postopku, z vpogledom v spis, dostopom do informacij javnega značaja po Zakonu o dostopu do informacij javnega značaja, z odgovorom po Uredbi o upravnem poslovanju. Je pa zakonodajalec inšpekcijskim službam določil preventivne naloge, ki se nanašajo na osveščanje javnosti. Cilj inšpekcijskega nadzora mora biti namreč preventivno osveščanje z namenom dolgoročnega preprečevanja nepravilnosti. V nalogi smo s študijem teorije, pregledom prakse odločanja in opravljenimi intervjuji s predstavnicami informacijskih pooblaščencev v Sloveniji in na Hrvaškem primerjali ureditve v obeh državah ter izluščili, kako sta omogočena javnost in hkratna zaščita informacij. Ugotovitev naloge je, da je v obeh državah področje zelo podobno urejeno, vendar pa je med ureditvama še vedno nekaj ključnih razlik, kar se odraža pri preveritvi naših hipotez, saj nobena ni bila v celoti potrjena. V obeh državah pa sta omogočeni dostopnost in zaščita informacij iz inšpekcijskih postopkov.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:inšpekcijski postopek, stranski udeleženec, vpogled v spis, informacije javnega značaja, preventivne naloge, obveščanje javnosti
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FU - Faculty of Administration
Year:2020
Publisher:[B. Barle]
COBISS.SI-ID:13604099 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:THE RELATION BETWEEN PUBLICITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION IN INSPECTIONAL PROCEDURES
Abstract:
Inspection services are important in ensuring the rule of law as they control the implementation of regulations. The law allows them to take different measures, the most important of which is decreeing to remedy irregularities, thus interfering in the operation of the person subject to inspection. Due to their repressive nature that stems from protecting public interests, they aim at ensuring transparency and openness of their work. Openness and confidentiality of information from inspection procedures are ensured by different institutes and have different restrictions. The information can be accessed by the person subject to inspection or a notice party in the procedure, and they can access files and public information according to the Public Information Access Act with a response according to the Decree on Administrative Operations. Nonetheless, the legislator determined the prevention tasks of inspection services, relating to public awareness-raising. The goal of an inspection control must be preventive awareness-raising with the intention of a long-term prevention of irregularities. Studying the theory, examining decision-making practice and conducting interviews with representatives of information commissioners in Slovenia and Croatia, I compared the legislation of both countries and determined how openness and simultaneous protection of information are ensured. In my paper, I found out that this area is similarly regulated in Slovenia and Croatia, but there are still some key differences in legislation of both countries. This reflects in my hypotheses as none of them is not entirely confirmed. Both countries ensure access and protection of information from inspection procedures.

Keywords:inspection procedure, notice party, access to files, public information, prevention tasks, public awareness-raising

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