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Title:Zakonske omejitve pri delovanju Slovenske vojske v primeru kompleksne krize : zaključna naloga generalštabnega šolanja
Authors:Mogolič, Franci (Author)
Vuga Beršnak, Janja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Tipology:2.10 - Specialist Thesis
Organization:PŠŠ - Command and Staff School
Abstract:Nobena država, sploh tako majhna, kot je Slovenija, si ne more privoščiti, da v sistem zaščite in reševanja (ZiR) pri obsežnih nesrečah in kompleksnih krizah ne bi vključila oboroženih sil. Ali sistem slovenske zakonodaje omogoča hitro in učinkovito izkoriščanje vseh možnih virov za zaščito in pomoč prebivalcem tako majhne države, kot je Slovenija? Ali je relativno velik potencial Slovenske vojske (SV) res pravočasno na voljo v kritičnih situacijah? To so vprašanja, ki se pojavljajo ob razmišljanjih ali ni SV doma ujeta v vojašnicah, kljub temu da bi lahko takoj in učinkovito pomagala. Kje so vzroki? Ali ni morda, sicer nujen, civilni nadzor nad oboroženimi silami uvedel pretirane omejitve, ki skozi zakonodajo legalno omejujejo čimprejšnje angažiranje in delovanje SV? S preučevanjem različnih zakonov in podzakonskih aktov ugotovimo presplošno zakonsko podlago za delovanje SV v kompleksni krizi. Ugotovili smo %tradicionalni strah% politike pred lastno vojsko in zaradi tega nekoliko pretiran civilni nadzor nad SV. Poleg težav ob finančni krizi, ki je močno zaznamovala obdobje med letoma 2010 in 2017, tudi nizka zaznava varnosti države in družbe kot vrednote žal zelo negativno vpliva na stanje SV in posledično na varnost državljanov v zvezi z naravnimi in drugimi nesrečami. Končna ugotovitev je, da preveč splošne zakonske podlage in civilni nadzor na škodo državljanov Slovenije omejujejo delovanje SV, ki bi morala biti med prvimi, ko je treba pomagati.
Keywords:Slovenska vojska, kompleksna kriza, naravne nesreče, zakonske omejitve
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[F. Mogolič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:355.02(497.4):005.931.11(043.4)
COBISS_ID:6147022 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:No country, especially a small one like Slovenia, can afford not to include armed forces into their protection and rescue system when more complex crises occur. Does Slovenian legislation system enable rapid and efficient exploitation of all resources for protection and public assistance in such a small country? Is the relatively high potential of Slovenian Armed Forces really available in critical situations when needed the most? All these questions arise when discussing whether Slovenian Army is trapped inside barracks instead of being able to respond quickly. What are the reasons? Does civilian control, although highly necessary, put excessive restrictions on Armed Forces, which causes their late engagement? Examination of various laws and by-laws shows a wide, though too general legal basis for the operation of Slovenian Armed Forces in complex crises. Slovenian politics traditionally fear its own army and as a result exaggerate with civilian control over it. Beside financial crisis which significantly marked period between years 2010 and 2017, low perception of state security and society as a value also negatively impacts Armed forces and consequently jeopardizes citizen security in cases of both, natural and other disasters. We can easily conclude that legal basis and civil control limit the operation of Slovenian Armed Forces when they should be the first in line to offer help when needed and therefore detriment the citizens.
Keywords:Slovenian Army, complex crisis, natural disasters, legal constraints

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