Pozvánka na seminář "SELF-RESTRAINT OF THE CEE CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS: DOES IT EXIST AND SHALL IT EXIST?"

 

                                          

 Department of Political Sciences (Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague)
and
Institute of State and Law (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)

WORKSHOP:

SELF-RESTRAINT OF THE CEE CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS:


DOES IT EXIST AND SHALL IT EXIST?

 

Thursday 27 September 2018
Charles University Faculty of Law, Nám. Curieových 7, room No. 38


Detailed programme:

 

9:30-9:40
Opening remarks
9:40-10:00
Jan Malíř (Institute of State and Law, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague): Judicial self-restraint in comparative perspective: introductory reflections
10:00-10:20
Monika Florczak-Wątor (Jagellonian University Faculty of Law, Cracow): On the necessity of self-restraint of constitutional courts in their law-making activity
10:20-10:40
Harald Eberhard (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna): The Austrian Constitutional Court between judicial activism and judicial self-restraint
10:40-11:25
discussion
11:35-12:00
Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz (Institute for Legal Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest), Ágnes Kovács (University of Debrecen, Faculty of Law, Debrecen): Deference in ‘non-core cases’ – the Hungarian example
12:00-12:15
Zoltán Szente (Institute for Legal Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest): From judicial activism to submission ‒ the long way of the Hungarian constitutional court to political subservience
12:15-12:40
discussion
13:15-13:35
Max Steuer (Comenius University Department of Political Science, Bratislava): The Paradox of Judicial Restraint and Democracy in the Slovak Constitutional Court: Majoritarian Democracy Partnering with Non-Deference
13:35-13:55
Lucia Berdisová (Trnava University Faculty of Law, Trnava), Ján Štiavnický (Constitutional Court of Slovak Republic, Košice): Pressing - political - need
13:55-14:15
Miluše Kindlová (Charles University Faculty of Law, Prague): Judicial activism and judicial self-restraint in citizenship cases
14:15-15:30
discussion & conclusions

 

Workshop is organized in connection with the project GAČR 17-08176S and is partially financially supported by Institute of State and Law (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, RVO: 68378122)

 

 

 






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