Before any law starts to be drafted, the competent ministry submitting the draft proposal should describe the problem it wants to solve by that law in a comprehensible and, if possibly in “non-legal” language. This description shall include the scope and causes of the described problem.
If the state institution preparing the proposal of a law had an obligation - before it starts to write any draft law - to describe in an understandable and “non-legal” language to describe the problem which it intends to resolve by the law, including the scope and causes of the problem, a timely and effective control of whether the prepared draft law is not tailored to certain interest group could exist.
|08/2015 current||Existing general principles for regulatory impact assessment require that the problem, which the proposed law should solve, should be described and its causes evaluated but only concisely. However, in relation to a number of submitted law proposals the problem description and analysis is performed only by a phrase that the problem consists in an insufficient legal regulation.||