TRANSFORMATION OF FLOOD PROTECTION SYSTEM ACCORDING TO THE LEGISLATIVE CHANGES IN OUR COUNTRY

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The demonstration of national flood protection system in Hungary.

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Because of the legal regulators changing the flood prevention system is partial
transformed. Organizational elements came to an end or were transformed. In
Hungary the flood-and inland water prevention have strong traditions, because
the specific water balance relations due to the natural, hydrographical and
geographical position of our homeland require it. Nowadays the system of flood
prevention is dual. The state is responsible for the state protective line, while
other protective establishments treated, operated by the local governments. The
aim of writing this article was introducing how currently the flood-prevention
system is built up against the destructive effect of the waters.

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Usefully basic information about national flood control in Hungary.

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T. Petró and L. Földi, “TRANSFORMATION OF FLOOD PROTECTION SYSTEM ACCORDING TO THE LEGISLATIVE CHANGES IN OUR COUNTRY,” HADMÉRNÖK, vol. VII, no. 3, pp. 81–88, 2012.

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English

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