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Marek Idzik

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Shortening the technological spinning processes, aiming at the reduction in production costs, causes problems with keeping up a high quality of yarn. Of great significance is the use of autolevellers that not only equalize the distribution of fiber linear density but also straighten the fibers and lay them parallel to the product axis. Consequently, they replace the machines eliminated from technological lines and contribute to the improvement in the quality of intermediate products and yarns. Using an example of the cotton combed spinning system, the article presents the analysis of the possibilities of using a short-term autoleveller with a modified operation algorithm that takes into account the phenomenon of sliver retardation after the process of short-term regulation. The regulation of draft was used before and after combing. The quality parameters of slivers used for feeding roving frames or rotor spinning machines were analyzed.

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Polish Journal of Sport and Tourism

The Journal of Jozef Pilsudski University of Physial Education in Warsaw, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport in Biala Podlaska

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Babulia Mghebrishvili

. [3] Draft Law of Georgia on Protection of Consumers Rights (2013). https://info.parliament.ge/file/1/BillReviewContent/113040 [4] Todua L. (2013). Food Regulations in the European Union.Key Food Law, Center of Strategic Researches and Development of Georgia, Tbilisi. [5] http://momxmarebeli.ge/images/file_246141.pdf [6] Todua L. (2013). Food Regulations in the European Union. Food Hygiene.CSRDG, Tbilisi. [7] http://www.momxmarebeli.ge/images/file_336458.pdf [8] Todua L. (2014). Food

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Lisa Halpin and Tony Dundon

stage involved interviews with those involved in seeking to influence the content of whistle-blowing regulation with civil servants. This stage involved interviewing the senior representative for each of the main associations regarding whistle-blowing policy from IBEC, ICTU, and the State (senior civil servant from the Taoiseach’s office). These three respondents, while numerically small, are strategically significant and unique, representing the most senior key figures involved in drafting this first ever major piece of whistle-blowing legislation. Following Cooper

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Zsolt Darvas and Guntram B. Wolff

-02-26/bail-inscrucial-in-ending-vicious-eu-bank-circle-rohde-says.html. Bloomberg (2013c). Denmark Fights to Push Tougher Bail-In Rules in Europe. Retrieved March 4, 2013 from http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-04/denmark-fightsto-push-tougher-bail-in-rules-in-europe.html. Council (2012). Proposal for a Council Regulation conferring specific tasks on the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions (SSM draft regulation). Brussels: Council of the European Union. Available at http

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Oleksandr Petryshyn and Oleh Petryshyn

] Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine (1990), Deklaratsiia pro derzhavnyi suverenitet Ukrainy, 16.07.1990. Retrieved from http://zakon0.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/55-12 [accessed 28 Apr 2018] Fokina, M. O. (2016), Prava i svobody liudyny yak obiekt konstytutsiino-pravovoho rehuliuvannia [Human rights and freedoms as an object of constitutional and legal regulation], PhD thesis. [In Ukrainian] Gerstenberg, O. (2012), ‘Negative / positive constitutionalism, “fair balance”, and the problem of justiciability,’ Int. Jnl. of Constitutional Law

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Tomasz Czub

, 19, 429-442. doi: 10.1006/jado.1996.0041 Andrews, B. (1998). Methodological and definitional issues in shame reaserch. In: P. Gilbert, B. Andrews (Eds.), S hame. Interpersonal behavior, psychopathology, and culture (pp. 39-54). New York: Oxford University Press. Bagozzi, R. P., Verbecke, W., Gavino, J. C. Jr. (2003). Culture moderates the self-regulation of shame and its effects on performance: the case of salespersons in the Netherlands and the Philippines. Journal of Applied Psychology , 88, 219-233. doi: 10

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Łukasz Kulesza and Ryszard Florek-Paszkowski

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One of the assumptions of the draft of the Act on Urban Planning and Construction Code is to strengthen social participation in creating spatial policies at all levels of planning. As part of the conducted research, a questionnaire was designed for the purposes of this article. The research was carried out on people who took part in the expositions of Local Spatial Development Plans (LSDP) and public discussions taking place in the communes of Siemianowice Śląskie and Pszów. The conducted questionnaire inquiry pointed to the low level of public awareness regarding procedures, as well as the lack of understanding of these documents due to the illegible form of the presentation of the approved local plans provided by the Act on planning and spatial development. Only 26% of the respondents declared to have good knowledge of the procedures for developing and approving local plans. The draft of the Urban and Construction Code Act, which is to replace the mentioned act, provides for a substantiation of the LSDP that may contain a visualization presenting the local plan regulations in a graphic manner, understandable to people who do not have technical knowledge, including digitally excluded persons. The conducted inquiry has shown that more than half of all respondents admitted that the usage of both a large-scale map and an orthophotomap as a cartographic background for the visualization of LSDP findings was by far the most legible. The proposed solutions can be introduced directly into the regulation on the detailed rules for the preparation of spatial planning acts. The statutory delegation for its issue was included in article 243 of the Act on Urban Planning and Construction Code draft published on 23rd November 2017 on the website of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Construction.

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Teodora Drăghici, Teodor Bodoaşcă and Ioana-Raluca Toncean-Luieran

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Recently, Law no. 57/2016 was adopted amending and supplementing Law No. 273/2004 regarding the adoption procedure and other legal acts. Contrary to Law no. 273/2004, Law no. 57/2016 has modified and supplemented what numerous aspects are concerned, not only the “adoption procedure”, but also its “main conditions” and its “effects”. Even if it seems a minor issue, we are still witnessing a case of non-compliance with the legislative technique for drafting laws. Basically, what Law no. 273/2004 is concerned, the “subject of regulation” has become incompatible with its “name”, contrary to the regulations of art. 41 para. (1) of Law 24/2000 on legal techniques for drafting laws. Law no. 273/2004 has also been modified and massively completed, resulting a really long legal document, incomprehensible by those whom it concerns, difficult of being discussed and moreover difficult of being implemented by the authorities. To these aspects there are other contextual ones to be added, determined by the doubtful “logical legal fundament” of the amendments and additions as well as the modest concerns for correlations between the legal dispositions of Law no. 273/2004 and other legal provisions. Finally, numerous changes and additions to Law no. 273/2004 are of “obvious banality” questioning their practical “necessity and utility”.

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Alina-Teodora Ciuhureanu

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Quality assurance in Accounting is a subject always topical. Whether we are talking about the accounting principles, quality features, manual of accounting policies or procedures, each of them contributes to quality assurance in accounting. Based on these aspects, the paper captures aspects of accounting procedures as a prerequisite for quality assurance in accounting. We captured both theoretical aspects based on the revision of regulations in force and especially opinions of managers / directors of companies in the Centre Region on the need or obligation to draft and implement the procedures. Given that accounting procedures are not mandatory by regulations, being required from companies or offices of auditors, the research noted that this is “realized” and in the companies surveyed, most respondents stated that they have no such procedures. Company’s category and organization of accounting have a direct influence on the development and implementation of specific procedures, the existence being observed especially in large companies and in those which internalize accounting. The majority’s view of the benefits brought by specific procedures to increase the usefulness of accounting information in the company’s management is neutral.