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Negotiations on the executive coalition after parliamentary elections in 2017 in the Czech Republic
Kornetová, Kateřina ; Perottino, Michel (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
This thesis deals with the political situation in the Czech Republic since the parliamentary elections in October 2017 till the successful vote on the government's confidence in July 2018. It focuses specifically on the relations between the political parties, the reasons for refusing cooperation with the winner of the elections, and the motives for a participation on the executive coalition. Emphasis is placed on the parliamentary actors who have fundamentally influenced the emergence of the government. Furthermore, the work clarifies the social environment and important events during the period that was related to the coalition negotiations. At the same time, the text focuses on the role of the President in the formation of the government. Since he is the first directly elected president, the thesis tries to answer the question whether there are visible differences between the two previous indirectly elected presidents of the Czech Republic and current president Miloš Zeman. The thesis also examines the breadth of presidential powers over the government and seeks a possible overrun of powers. The main objective of the work is to verify whether the president extends his power beyond the constitution. For this purpose is uses the comparison of realities with the Constitution of the Czech Republic,...
Impeachment in Europe: constitutional models and practice
Medelský, Filip ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
This thesis presents and analyses the process of impeachment relating to the Presidents of European Union Member States. The thesis presents and analyses individual constitutional models of impeachment across Member States based on the constitutional players involved in the impeachment process, who decides on the initiation of the whole process and how, under what conditions the impeachment process can be initiated, for what offences the President can be impeached, which authorities have the power to decide on the outcome of the complaint, what penalties the President faces and whether it is possible to reverse the decision of these authorities in some way. The thesis also analyses impeachment processes that have taken place against European Presidents thus far, namely, the impeachment of Lithuanian President Paksas, Romanian President Basescu and the only attempt at a constitutional complaint to date against Czech President Václav Klaus. Three main models of impeachment can be identified in the framework of European constitutions, depending on which authority has the power to remove the President from office. Most European countries use the judicial model where the President is removed from office at the decision of a judicial authority. Judicial authorities can be of a dual nature. They can be...
The position of political parties in the Czech Republic on migration
Holbičková, Monika ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Švec, Kamil (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to answer research questions concerning the attitudes of the President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman selected political subjects and their chairmen to migration. For selected political subjects the goal is to find out what attitude they are whether their election programs from 2013 and 2017 include the issue of the migration crisis or if so how much this issue is in the programs. For the research where selected political entities which exceeded the threshold for entry into the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic at least in one case of the Parliamentary elections in years 2013 and 2017. Researched political subjects are: ANO, ČPS, ČSSD, KDU-ČSL, KSČM, ODS, SPD, STAN, TOP 09 and Úsvit. The analysis deals with which attitudes to the migration crisis have the chairmen of selected political subjects, whether they change over a given time frame and whether they agree with the political entity they represent. The thesis also deals with the attitude of the President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman to the migration crisis and whether it changes during the specified period of time. The researched time period is from January 2013 to December 2017. Research is done through quantitative content analysis. Variables of analysis are: refugee crisis...
Paasikivi and Kekkonen - a strong position of Finnish presidents under the influence of the USSR
Placák, Václav ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
Diploma thesis "Paasikivi and Kekkonen - a strong position of Finnish presidents under the influence of the USSR" examines the assumptions of the prestigious position of these presidents in Finnish politics. The underlying issue is the influence of the Soviet Union on the Paasikivi's and Kekkonen's policies. The theoretical premise of the thesis is the inclusion of Finnish among so-called semi-presidential systems. The Finnish Constitution of 1919 provided the President with considerable powers, for example making him a major figure for the foreign policy of the state. However, the arrival of Paasikivi and after him Kekkonen to the presidential office led to the strengthening of the presidential office. The personality of these politicians and their political vision, experience and practices had also a significant impact on this fact. Paasikivi and Kekkonen's policies were, however, very much connected with the friendship with the Soviets, so it is possible to monitor the Soviet influence on the position of Finnish presidents within the Finnish political system.
Populism: a phenomenon of current democracy
Čech, Tomáš ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Charvát, Jan (referee)
The main motivation of this master thesis is to clarify the normative relation between populism and liberal democracy. The task is not to express a normative statement about populism or liberal democracy, but only to explain the relation between those two concepts. Very common topic about populism is the question if populism represents a corrective or a threat to liberal democracy. The procedure in this thesis is quite straightforward. First of all, the reader will learn about the phenomenon of populism, a part of its history and the reasons why is populism coined as a contested concept. After, there is a clarification of populism for the context of this thesis and a choice of the most useful method that will help us achieve the final goal. As a follow-up, the reader learns more general information about populism. The intent is to explain concepts and goals that are most associated with populism. These include, for example, the people, the elite, the leader, or direct democracy. After clarifying populism and how we approach it, we will shift our focus onto liberal democracy. Here we will proceed in similar way as in the case of populism. As soon as we introduce everything necessary to grasp the idea of liberal democracy, we will deal with the goal of this thesis. The last chapter focuses on...
Facebook communication of the Czech and Slovak Parliamentary political parties
Vlachopulos, Tomáš ; Shavit, Anna (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
(in English): [The thesis is focused on communications of the Czech and Slovak parliamentary political parties via Internet based social network Facebook. Thesis' primary research goal is to provide the comparative analysis of the selected political parties' approaches towards their communication activities on Facebook platform during the selected periods of time in 2015. Moreover, the portfolio of the qualitative and quantitative indicators was defined in order to evaluate the ways of communication of the selected political parties in detail. Following the complex portfolio of the indicators, the thesis brings the definition of the communication trends and identifies the main communication differences between the Czech and Slovak political parties on Facebook too. Trends analysis is based on national and transnational perspective. Secondary, the thesis describes the theoretical definition framework and the development of the digital communication discipline in general, while focusing on its reflection in modern political communication area at the same time.]
Impacts of Brexit on the British constitution
Nosálková, Pavlína ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Říchová, Blanka (referee)
The main goal of this diploma thesis is to analyse the impacts of Brexit on British constitution. Brexit represents the process of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland exiting the European Union. This very complex process has and will have significant impacts on the British constitutional system. Great Britain is very unique, because it does not dispose of codified constitution, therefore the examination of the impacts of Brexit on British constitution is a very interesting subject. The main objective of this diploma thesis is to bring an analysis of evident impacts of Brexit on the British constitution and to present the readers possible impacts, that might occur in the future.
Institutionalization of the Office for oversight of financing of political parties and movements in the Czech Republic
Sura, Rudolf ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Švec, Kamil (referee)
The aim of this my diploma thesis is to analyze the justification for the establishment of the Institutionalization of the Office for Oversight of Financing of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Republic. Here I will be particularly interested in the sources of incentives to establish of this Office. Next, I will present the internal settings of the Office itself in the sense of what real changes it has brought to the existing legislation that deals with the financing of political parties in the Czech Republic. In the context of the comparison of the current and formerly valid legal regulations, the fulfillment of the principles of the system of financing of political parties will be monitored. On the basis of empirical data from the Office, evaluate the effectiveness and the justification of the introduction of this Office into the legislation of the Czech Republic. Partial goals and their fulfillment form the basis for answering the research question of work. The research question is based on the aims of the thesis and is formulated in the following way: Can the establishment of the Office be justified in view of the previous legal status? It is safe to say that the Office is still building its position within the funding system. It is not possible to estimate in what direction it will...
Analysis of the political party NEOS
Hainz, Philip Armin ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Perottino, Michel (referee)
The NEOS is a new political party that entered political system of Austria in 2013. It has succeeded in entering the lower house of parliament, elections to European Parliament and some provincial elections. The party created its party institutions, gained a base of members and entered into the general consciousness of voters. Its position and the evolution of its position in the future are the most important questions of this thesis. Typologically, we could call it a political party of new kind. NEOSs' way of functioning and code of rules are interesting. Its structure and way of acting is quite different comparing it to longer established parties in Austria. The party joined Austrian political system at the moment when it was undergoing the greatest changes since 1945. Thus it should be matter of interest to study this political party.

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