Harmonization of Kosovo’s Legislation with EU’s Legislation in the Field of Security

Basri Shabani


In Kosovo, the drafting of laws in the field of security requires a complete review of existing legislation and the inclusion of a number of new areas and legal institutions that did not even exist before the declaration of independence in February of 2008. Drafting of laws in Kosovo, is done in full compliance with laws and standards of the European Union and this will facilitate and accelerate Kosovo’s integration into the European Union. In Kosovo there is space for approach from new concepts of analysis of the issue of uniformity and standardization of their laws with EU legislation in the field of security. Necessary reforms in the field of security are of double importance from the fact that they are necessary internal functioning as well as for the integration in the EU. Also during compilation, we will verify that drafting of laws in the field of security, based on EU standards, is being made in accordance with the actual situation and the reality created in the country. This provision ensures that drafted laws are fully implemented and meet the requirements and existing needs in the field of security in Kosovo. Simultaneously it will eliminate laws that have never reached the intended applicability as a result of not harmonizing with the situation in the country of implementation.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n10p399

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