ANNEX I – Transposition of the CEAS in national legislation

Slovenia

Country Report: ANNEX I – Transposition of the CEAS in national legislation Last updated: 25/05/22

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Directives and other CEAS measures transposed into national legislation

Directive / Regulation Deadline for transposition Date of transposition Official title of corresponding act Web Link
Directive 2011/95/EU

Recast Qualification Directive

21 December 2013 27 December 2013 Zakon o mednarodni zaščiti

Uradni list RS, št. 22/16 in 54/21.

http://bit.ly/2g7aCiV (SI)
Directive 2013/32/EU

Recast Asylum Procedures Directive

20 July 2015

Article 31(3)-(5) to be transposed by 20 July 2018

25 March 2016 Zakon o mednarodni zaščiti

Uradni list RS, št. 22/16 in 54/21.

http://bit.ly/2g7aCiV (SI)
Directive 2013/33/EU

Recast Reception Conditions Directive

20 July 2015 25 March 2016 Zakon o mednarodni zaščiti

Uradni list RS, št. 22/16 in 54/21.

http://bit.ly/2g7aCiV (SI)
Regulation (EU) No 604/2013

Dublin III Regulation

Directly applicable

20 July 2013

25 March 2016 Zakon o mednarodni zaščiti

Uradni list RS, št. 22/16 in 54/21.

http://bit.ly/2g7aCiV (SI)

 

The following section contains an overview of incompatibilities in transposition of the CEAS in national legislation:

Directive Provision Domestic law provision Non-transposition or incorrect transposition
Directive 2011/95/EU

Recast Qualification Directive

Article 12

Article 14 (14b)

Article 31 IPA

 

The grounds for exclusion include substantiated reason that the person is a threat to the security and territorial integrity and a final conviction for a serious crime due to which the person represents a threat to the Republic of Slovenia. These are not exclusion grounds under the Qualification Directive. In addition, standard of proof required is reasonable grounds for suspicion the person committed a crime against peace (..), a serious crime etc.

 

Directive 2011/95/EU

Recast Qualification Directive

Article 14 (14b) Article 68(1) IPA

 

While the Qualification Directive allows the revocation of refugee status in case the individual is convicted by a final judgement of “a particularly serious crime” the IPA does not contain the definition of a particularly serious crime. Therefore, the refugee status can be revoked in case the person is convicted with a final judgement of a serious crime in Slovenia.
Directive 2013/33/EU

Recast Reception Conditions Directive

Article 8(4) Article 84 IPA The IPA does not contain a provision on alternatives to detention. “Limitation of freedom of movement” on the premises of the Asylum Home amounts to de facto detention.

 

Table of contents

  • Statistics
  • Overview of the legal framework
  • Overview of the main changes since the first report
  • Asylum Procedure
  • Reception Conditions
  • Detention of Asylum Seekers
  • Content of International Protection
  • ANNEX I – Transposition of the CEAS in national legislation