Европейските конвенции и българската емиграция.
Author(s): Emil Alexandrov
The European conventions and the Bulgarian emigration
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Published by: Институт за изследване на населението и човека - Българска академия на науките
Summary/Abstract: The article studies the new problems of the law system and the status of the Bulgarians who live abroad after the accepting of Bulgaria as an equal rights member of the European Council. A review of the development of the European integration and its creation of norms from the antiquity till present days and the role of the accepted law deed-sconcerning the Bulgarian emigration, is made. Further, the basic conventions, accepted by the European Council in relation with the emigration problems, treated by them and in particular, those concerning the Bulgarian emigration, are analysed as well as, the European Social Chart, the European Code of Social Security, the European Convention for Refugees Protection, the European Convention for Protection of Minorties, the European Convention concerning the law status of the working emigrants, etc. Being the goal to adduce our legislation in correspondance with the European conventions, concrete proposals are being made — they concern the legislative changes and supplements in the following basic areas: problems of citizenship; the penal and the penal-trial legislation; our migration legislation; the family legislation and the hereditary legislation; legislation of education, science and culture; alternations in international contracts and treaties in which Bulgaria is a part.
- Issue Year: 1992
- Issue No: 6
- Page Range: 81-87
- Page Count: 7
- Language: Bulgarian