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BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION'S DIRECTIVES IN THE AREA OF WATER PROTECTION AND THE LEVEL OF THEIR NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION*

Ramona DUMINICĂ

Abstract: The present study starts from the fact that, at present, the water pollution is a real problem and the efforts unfolded for its prevention or for the removal of its negative effects when it occurred, must be supported, continuous requiring both a regional and an international cooperation. The action peAbstract: The present study starts from the fact that, at present, the water pollution is a real problem and the efforts unfolded for its prevention or for the removal of its negative effects when it occurred, must be supported, continuous requiring both a regional and an international cooperation. The action performed by the European Union in the area of water protection are reflected in different directives which have as main objectives the insurance of the drinkingwater supply, the proper management of water resources, the battle against drought and floods, the battle against water pollution. The rational protection and management of water resources, as well as the insurance of their quality is an important part of the environmental policy of the European Union. Given these aspects, the current paper presents the main legislative interventions of the European Union in the area of water protection. It also aims to show to which extent Romania has managed to implement the EU legislation in this area. As a conclusion, given all efforts laid by the Member States, almost half of the European hydric systems have failed to reach the legislative objectives established by the Union. Starting from the reality that water is constantly under the threat of a wide variety of pressures exposing the sweet water ecosystems and the associated forms caused by humans and pollution, continuing with the fact that the use of fields, water intake, climatic changes represent changes modifying the natural debit of water systems, it is necessary that the fight against these factors be continuous and pointed in the same direction as a national, communitarian and international level, the divergences not being justified in this area.

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Volume X, special issue I, December 2019, posted at 23th of December 2019

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INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Ana Maria BOLBORICI

 

UE Law and Comparative Law

THE MARGIN OF APPRECIATION RECOGNIZED FOR THE SIGNATORY STATES OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE FIELD OF MEDICALLY ASSISTED HUMAN REPRODUCTION

Georgeta Bianca SPÎRCHEZ

TRENDS REGARDING FINES AND SANCTIONS IN COMPETITION LAW, LABOR LAW AND DATA PROTECTION LAW

Barbu Silviu GABRIEL

Goga Alexandru SILVIU

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Anca Roxana BULARCA

THE POSSIBILITY OF A COMMON EUROPEAN LAND REGISTRY WITHIN THE CURRENT LEGAL FRAMEWORK

Gabriel Bogdan CHIHAI

BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION'S DIRECTIVES IN THE AREA OF WATER PROTECTION AND THE LEVEL OF THEIR NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION*

Ramona DUMINICĂ

EUROPEAN CITIZENS’ INITIATIVE: NEW RULES, NEW TREND?*

Angela Maria ROMITO

DYNAMICS AND TOOLS OF ‘UPWARD CONVERGENCE’ IN THE EU SOCIAL POLICY: ASSESSING THE EUROPEAN STATES’ PERFORMANCE UNDER THE EUROPEAN PILLAR OF SOCIAL RIGHTS

Cristina PĂTRAŞCU

 

International Law

THE RIGHT TO GOOD ADMINISTRATION – IS THE CONSTITUTIONAL REGULATION NECESSARY?

Oana ŞARAMET

OSCILLATING BETWEEN DIFFERENT TYPES OF PUBLIC CONTRACTS REGARDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A HIGHWAY

Cătălina-Georgeta DINU

ASPECTS OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING BY ROMANIAN CIVIL COURTS ACTING IN THEIR JUDICIAL CAPACITY

Adrian CRISTOLOVEAN

GENERAL ASPECTS ON ACADEMIC ETHICS

Cristinel GHIGHECI

JURISPRUDENCE IN ANCIENT ROME

Cristinel-Ioan MURZEA

BRIEF THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING CRIMES AGAINST LIFE. POSSIBILITY OF COEXISTENCE OF MANSLAUGHTER AND HOMICIDE WITH REGARD TO THE SAME VICTIM

Constantin Ioan GLIGA

ASPECTS REGARDING THE CRIMINALIZATION AND INVESTIGATION OF THE OFFENCES RELATED TO TERRORIST ACTIVITIES IN ROMANIAN LEGISLATION

Adrian Cristian MOISE

SHORT CONSIDERATIONS ON THE SCOPE OF THE RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL PROVIDED BY ART. 6 OF THE ECHR – THE CONCEPT OF ”CRIMINAL CHARGE”

Mihai GURAN

THE DEFENDANT’S RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT AND NOT INCRIMINATE HIMSELF ACCORDING TO THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE. THE RESPECT OF THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 6 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS

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CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY OF JUVENILES IN CRIMINAL MATTERS, IN LIGHT OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS

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BRIEF CONSIDERATIONS AS TO THE JOINT EXERCISE OF PARENTAL AUTHORITY AFTER DIVORCE

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ABOUT THE RES JUDICATA AUTHORITY OF THE REORGANIZATION PLAN AND/OR OF THE MEASURES TAKEN BY THE JUDICIARY ADMINISTRATOR OR LIQUIDATOR WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE INSOLVENCY PROCEDURE

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