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The article serves as a follow-up to the theses of EU Fishing Fleet Adjustment to Marine Bioresources — Regulations and Finance(Prawo Morskie XXIX). The law regarding the subject is contentious and sparks off varying interpretation in administrative practice and case-law, including that of the Supreme Administrative Court. The article criticizes this portion of law and formulates conclusions de lege ferenda.
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The article discusses and evaluates current regulations and financing of fishing fleet management and adjustment to available marine bioresources. The implementation of Common Fisheries Policy requires adequate financing and the European Fisheries Fund plays a crucial role in it. The Fund manages financial resources allocated for public aid distributed in connection with permanent cessation of fishing due to decommissioning of fishing vessels through complete scrapping. The practice is designed for balancing the strength of fishing fleets against available bioresources. This expenditure is required to conform with the EU financial guidelines and thus falls under scrutiny of the Commission and the European Court of Auditors. The ECA presents annual and special reports to the European Parliament and to the Council on this matter and provides recommendations to the Commission. The Commission responds accordingly.
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The European Commission Green Paper, among other documents, describes the ongoing integration of the EU maritime policy with respect to financing and finance management. Both the Programme to support the further development of an Integrated Maritime Policy and the European Fisheries Fund are to remain operative until at least the end of 2013. The Commission, however, has proposed to merge those instruments into European Maritime and Fisheries Fund. The article provides description of the integration process and allows for an assessment of its progress.
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