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Legal status and competencies of the Czech statistical office
Molatová, Iveta ; Handrlica, Jakub (referee)
Legal status and competencies of the Czech Statistical Office Abstract The rigorous thesis Legal status and competencies of the Czech Statistical Office, which aims to present a plastic picture of the Czech Statistical Office and its tasks, consists of a total of ten parts. The first part defines the concept of statistics, presents the basic milestones of the world and Czech history of statistics, as well as basic statistical terminology. The second part describes what errors and manipulations can occur when using statistics. The third part presents various entities that operate in the field of statistics, whether they are international organizations or commercial or public entities. The third part also deals with the legal status of the statistical offices of the neighboring states of the Czech Republic. The fourth part of the thesis is devoted to the history of the creation of the current Czech Statistical Office, i.e. its legal predecessors. A reminder of the basic definition of competencies, authority and jurisdiction is the topic of the fifth part, as well as the definition of the legal status of the Czech Statistical Office through two key laws. In the fifth part, the Czech Statistical Office is further presented from an organizational point of view, and other Czech statistical authorities are also...
Persons subject to duty under Act. No.106/1999 Sb., on a free access to information
Molatová, Iveta ; Mikule, Vladimír (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
Persons subject to duty under Act. No. 106/1999 Sb., on a free access to information Abstract Thesis Persons subject to duty under Act. No.106/1999 Sb., on a free access to information, which aim is to uncover the particular groups of the obliged persons and to point out to the most frequent problems, that during the application of the mentioned legal regulation around this groups occur, consists of the eleven parts in total. The first part deals with the right to information in its wide connection - as a constitonally embodied right, that on the one hand helps to fulfil partial principle of transparency of the public administration, which is a subset and a component of the democratic state of law principle, and on the other hand is means of effective utilization of the another rights, especially the political ones. The second chapter gives the definition of the term "information" and pursues to its typical attributes. This part of the text also points out the potentional non-standard handling with information and its legal consequences following from the various legal regulations. The third part summarizes the previous historical evolution of the emboding of right to information and the access to it in the worldwide and european context. The fourth chapter gives the Czech republic current legal adjustement...