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What Senate? Position of Senate in the Constitutional System of the Czech Republic
Holásek, Jan ; Hřebejk, Jiří (advisor) ; Kudrna, Jan (referee)
Author: Jan Holásek Summary/Abstract Title of the Thesis: What Senate? - Position of Senate in the Constitutional System of the Czech Republic The thesis "What Senate? - Position of Senate in the Constitutional System of the Czech Republic" (hereinafter also the "Thesis") discusses the legal position and functioning of the Senate of the Czech Republic. The objective of the Thesis is to highlight the basic principles of the concept of bicameral legislative bodies; mention the history of bicameral structures in the modern history of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic; describe the main principles of functioning of the second/high chambers in constitutional systems which could be inspirative for the Czech Senate; describe the principles of establishment, functioning and competencies of the current Senate of the Czech Republic, including the proposals for amendments of the Senate constitutional position made in the past. Furthermore, to consider the ways in which it would be possible to strengthen the position of the Senate in constitutional and political systems of the Czech Republic; suggest specific amendments to the Senate competencies aiming to ensure its position in order for the Senate to be repsected not only by the political representatives, but also professional representatives as well as the...

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