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      Incompatibility of Slovenian Regulations in the Field of Water Management with European Regulations and Resulting Damage

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      LeXonomica
      University of Maribor

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          The issue of water management in Slovenia is regulated by several laws and by-laws. The right to drinking water is enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia. Individual by-laws in the field of water management are not coordinated with higher-level laws, the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia, nor with EU regulations (directives, regulations). There are no relevant provisions in laws and by-laws that would enforce the right to drinking water enshrined in the Constitution. A major problem exists in the field of wastewater disposal and treatment, water protection, flood safety, etc. An even bigger problem, such as inconsistencies in regulations, is their poor implementation. This leads to excessive pollution and great material damage as well.

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          Journal
          LeXonomica
          lexonomica
          University of Maribor
          1855-7155
          1855-7147
          December 23 2021
          December 23 2021
          : 13
          : 2
          : 167-186
          Article
          10.18690/lexonomica.13.2.167-186.2021
          ab803389-a788-4970-a831-7e5816970b98
          © 2021

          https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

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          Sociology,Medicine,Commercial law & legal protection,Law,Life sciences
          Sociology, Medicine, Commercial law & legal protection, Law, Life sciences

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