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This Volume is a part of efforts aimed to improve the regional judiciary. Serbian authors analyze the issues of judicial reform (Vesna Rakić-Vodinelić), constitutional reform judiciary (Vladan Petrov) and re-election of judges (Savo Manojlović). Bosnia’s perspective focuses on the issue of independence of the Appellate Division of the Court (Maja Kapetanović). Therefore, the Volume continues with analyzes that are looking for formula of a good Justice, and with the analyzes that opens a key issue of the structure of third government: how to establish a justice system that will meet the needs of citizens to a fair trial?
Other analyzes represent an interesting and also acute problems of public law.
Three analyzes from Croatia are published in this Volume. One of the analyses is about a new extraordinary legal remedy of the Croatian Law on Administrative Dispute, namely, the request for extraordinary review of the legality of a final judgment (Ivan Šprajc). The second analysis is about the background of the decision of Croatian Constitutional Court to abolish certain statutory provisions regarding the rights of national minorities, i.e., in the hazy conceptual discourse, the analysis discusses the basic concepts of public law and shows the relevance between civil society and the people for the constitutional concept of the modern Croatian state (Miomir Matulović). The third analyses brings proposals for improving the legal regulations of employment of employees on Croatians public sector (Alen Rajko).
From Bosnia and Herzegovina there are three analyzes of problems that are not interrelated. The first analysis represents a problem of recognition and understanding of academic titles that are obtained under the Bologna system (Nejra Orić), the second analysis opens the Pandora‘s box of anonymization of court decisions in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sevima Sali-Terzić) and the third analysis deals with the issue of possible discrimination in the census form that will be used in census in Bosnia next year (Edin Šarčević). The common feature of these analyzes is the practical significance: they do not solve the theoretical and doctrinal issues of the legal system but offer practical answers to concrete problems faced by Bosnian jurisdictions.
Public Law Volumes are continuing, I wish you a pleasant reading.