Mechanisms of legal accessibility

One of the main conclusions of the Legal accessibility project implemented in 2016 was that instead of random identification of existing obstacles, it is more rational to create permanent mechanisms facilitating the work of the decision-makers and able to reflect on problems occurred.

CESCI has drafted a concrete proposal on a three-level legal accessibility mechanism the first level of which would be represented by an interministerial working group with the involvement of the Hungarian ministries affected.

Since in the overwhelming majority of the cases it is not enough to amend the relevant Hungarian law, the system of Joint Committees operated together with the neighbouring countries could be used for cross-border legal harmonisation.

Finally, third level would be represented by a platform (similar to that of the Nordic Council) to be set at the level of Visegrad countries, working for ensuring the conditions easing the free movement of the citizens of the four countries.