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Примљено: 01 Jan 1970
Прихваћено: 01 Jan 1970
УСКЛАЂИВАЊЕ ДОМАЋЕ ПРАВНЕ РЕГУЛАТИВЕ У ОБЛАСТИ ЗАШТИТЕ ЉУДСКИХ ПРАВА СА ЗАКОНОДАВСТВОМ ЕУ
Lađevac Ivona (Институт за међународну политику и привреду, Београд), firstname.lastname@example.org
Like other membership candidate countries, Serbia began its road to EU membership through the Process of Stabilization and Association. Although at some phases Serbia faced serious obstacles, PSA was finally successfully completed and Serbia eventually started negotiations for joining the EU. At the Copenhagen Summit in 1993, the European Council set certain criteria that each candidate country should fulfil in order to become a member of the EU. One of those criteria was adjusting the internal legislation to the EU’s legislation. Unlike former communist countries, human rights legislation in Serbia was set along with the international accepted legal standards, thus, major interventions in this area were not necessary. Still, along with the EU requirements, the set of the so-called anti-discrimination rules was adopted and implemented in the Serbian legislation.
Кључне речи: membership criteria, human rights, human rights protection, European Union, Republic of Serbia