Maria Neykova Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Bulgaria, Burgas Free University
This article considers public order as guarantee for the national security. Attention is drawn to the absence of normative concept of “public order”. The author focuses on the competence of the Council of Ministers and the governor laid down in the Constitution to ensure “public order” in the Republic of Bulgaria.
Keywords: Public Order, Security, Council of Ministers, Governor
1. The Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria
2. Law on fighting antisocial acts of minors and underage children
3. Law on Control over Explosives, Firearms and Munitions
4. Law on entering, residing and leaving the Republic of Bulgaria by European Union citizens and their family members
5. Decree on fighting petty hooliganism
6. Ministry of Interior Act
7. Judgment 7/04.06.1996 of the Constitutional Court in case 1/96
8. Dimitrov, K., What is “public order”?
9. Hristo A. Hristov “Civil control of the security sector”, Yearbook FTS of Konstantin Preslavski University of Shoumen – 2015, ISSN 1311-834X.p.161;
10. Hristo A. Hristov “Public control of the security sector”, Yearbook FTS of Konstantin Preslavski University of Shoumen – 2015, ISSN 1311-834X.p.174.