The Romanian Constitution turned 25 last year. The Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law (‘ICL Journal’) has published in its last two issues four articles critically examining the Romanian Constitution since its adoption in 1991 until its quarter-century anniversary (see issues 3/2017 and 4/2017). The Romanian Constitution is probably one of the least researched constitutions […]
Recommended book: Gender Equality in Law. Uncovering the Legacies of Czech State Socialism (Hart Publishing, 2017)By ConstPol Team on 15th October 2017
Our working group is happy to recommend the book Gender Equality in Law. Uncovering the Legacies of Czech State Socialism (Hart Publishing, 2017) by Barbara Havelkova, Shaw Foundation Fellow in Law at the University of Oxford, and a kind supporter of our working group. We had the pleasure to launch this book at the EUI […]
The Constitutional Identity of Poland: Is the Emperor Putting on the Old Clothes of Sovereignty? by Anna Sledzinska-Simon and Michał ZiółkowskiBy ConstPol Team on 5th July 2017
Our working group warmly recommends the excellent forthcoming article “The Constitutional Identity of Poland: Is the Emperor Putting on the Old Clothes of Sovereignty?” by Anna Sledzinska-Simon and Michał Ziółkowski. Abstract: “This paper analyses the way the term “constitutional identity” is understood and applied in the case-law of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal. The Tribunal first […]
A Special Report on Romanian Parliamentary Elections was written by Bianca Selejan-Guțan, PhD, Professor of Constitutional Law, “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania on I·CONnect. Check it out.
As the debate about Brexit moves on from whether the UK should stay in the EU or leave it to what exactly its decision to leave means, questions of UK constitutional law are beginning to emerge about how exactly to handle the process. On this subject we recommend Sionaidh Douglas-Scott‘s article “Brexit, Article 50 and the […]