Department of Political Sciences (Faculty of Law, Charles University)
Institute of State and Law (Czech Academy of Sciences)
CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW IN THE VISEGRAD COUNTRIES: IN-BETWEEN IMPRESSIONS AND REALITY
Friday 27th October 2017, Faculty of Law, Nám. Curieových 7, room no. 412
- 10:00-10:10 Opening remarks
- 10:10-10:30 Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz, Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy:
Constitutional review in Hungary: legitimate expectations and reality
- 10:30-10:50 Kálmán Pócza: The politics of constitutional review in Hungary
- 10:50-11:10 discussion (chair: Michal Šejvl/Radek Píša tbc)
- 11:25-11:45 Ján Štiavnický: Our constitutional courts as "condensed" civic societies?
- 11:45-12:05 Lucia Berdisová: Catching up with human rights standards – the case of the Slovak Constitutional Court
- 12:05-12:25 discussion (chair: Jana Ondřejková)
- 13:00-13:20Jana Plaňavová-Latanowicz: Public response to the changing role of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal (recent patterns of the debate),br>
- 13:20-13:40 Monika Florczak-Wątor: Direct application of the Polish Constitution: one solution to the constitutional crisis?
- 13:40-14:00 discussion (chair: Jan Malíř)
- 14:15-14:35 Ladislav Vyhnánek, Hubert Smekal: Four dimensions of politics at the Czech Constitutional Court
- 14:35-14:55 Petr Just: Constitutional Court as the third Chamber of Parliament? Political perception of the Czech Constitutional Court and its role in annulling legislation
- 14:55-15:15 discussion (chair: Miluše Kindlová)
- 15:15-16:00 Conclusions
Workshop is organized in connection with the project GAČR 17-08176S and is partially financially supported by Progres Q04 project.