Jubilee – it’s worth talking!
XX ECONOMIC FORUM
uropean integration is a long-lasting process, assuming reforms carried out inside the member states not only operate in terms of economy, but also in terms of operation of the judicial system. A lawful country is a country having independent and ecient courts. In the debate: Judicial System in Europe – How to Rise to the Challenges in the Future, Jiri Pospisil, Minister of Justice of the Czech E
Prawo ma być przyjazne przedsiębiorcom. Szczególnie w Krynicy nie trzeba o tym mówić, jakie były podstawowe bolączki prawne w relacjach z biznesem
Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, Minister of Justice, Poland Lucia Zintanska, Minister of Justice of the Slovak Republic
Republic, stated that the problems of judicial systems in the post-soviet countries are similar, more similar than in the case of the problems in banking, tax systems, healthcare systems etc. In the opinion of Mr Pospisil the reason for this similarity is also that the judicial system has not yet been reformed. This is an eect of nume- rous circumstances. The basic reforms were implemented as late as after the year 2000, said the Minister. The Economic Forum also provoked consideration of the changes in operation of the judicial system in respect of entrepreneurs. This issue was raised by Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Poland, stated inter alia that “Law must by entrepreneur-friendly. Here, in Krynica, I do not need to remind you what the basic legal problems in the relationships with the business world were.”In the opinion of Mr Kwiatkowski, completion of the company registration procedure takes much longer than in other European countries.