The Challenges in Effective Implementation of the Legislation to Protect the Domestic Economy by the Synchronization of International Agreements and Political Will. The Case of Kosova in Relation to CEFTA
Eastern European countries seems that with difficulties are administrating the transition social and economic transition process even after more than one decade of conflicts and severe wars. The reasons of this process not only are numerous but their continued presence has not stopped. The identification, studding and the prevention is crucial to exit from this situation. One of the problems requiring an urgent solution is the implementation of the legislation to protect the domestic economy without violating the principles of market economy and policy synchronization with bilateral and multilateral agreements in this sphere. All countries now have created a modern legislative framework adequate and modern with the relevant institutions to implement the protection measures of the domestic economy. However, the implementation is almost impossible because of the lack of will and political decisions. Political perceptions, which are rooted in the problematic past from the laying of the former SFRY, some countries hesitate to implement the full international agreements and for this reason the eventual implementation of protective measures for the domestic trade automatically takes connotation of political rivalry. Concrete case to argue our claim is CEFTA agreement. Although CEFTA is designed to integrate in the economic plan the Balkans, for Kosovo came out as an inappropriate and harmful document. This is because especially Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina abstained from its application after declaration of independence of Kosova. This has caused damages to the domestic economy and every day more is thought to get out of this agreement. This situation carries with it numerous risks and irreparable damages.
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Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies ISSN 2281 3993(Print) ISSN 2281-4612(Online)
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