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Constitutional aspects of compulsory vaccination
Plačková, Anna ; Kindlová, Miluše (advisor) ; Uhl, Pavel (referee)
1 Diploma thesis topic title Constitutional aspects of compulsory vaccination Abstract This diploma thesis focuses on the assessment of the constitutional conformity of compulsory vaccination. In particular, the thesis deals with the conflict of interest in combating the emergence and spread of infectious diseases and the interest in not interfering with fundamental human rights. The main objective of the thesis is to provide a possible line of reasoning for defending the compliance of the vaccination obligation with the constitutional order. The aim is to cover all conceivable aspects that can be associated with mandatory vaccination. First, an interference with fundamental rights is examined in the light of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. By performing the proportionality and rationality analysis it is assessed whether the limitation of the affected rights can be justified. A special attention is paid to a statutory reservation and a conscientious objection. Due to a significant importance of the system of the European Convention on Human Rights, one part of the thesis is focused also on the examination of the compliance of compulsory vaccination with this international instrument. For those purposes a five-step analysis is performed. In this thesis also medical issues are discussed...
Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Otýpková, Laura ; Hofmannová, Helena (advisor) ; Kindlová, Miluše (referee) ; Bartoň, Michal (referee)
Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities The thesis deals with the current development of human rights of persons with disabilities from the perspective of constitutional law. The work first maps the historical changes of the legal status of persons with disabilities - from antiquity to the tragic experience of denying human dignity in the first half of the 20th century. Furthermore, the thesis shows the development of the human rights of persons with disabilities in the second half of the 20th century. A key driver of this process is the value of human dignity, which, following the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, has become the main starting point for the protection of human rights (not only) persons with disabilities. The changes in the concept of human rights of people with disabilities are related to the shift from the medical to the social concept of disability, on the basis of which the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) was adopted in 2006. This convention embodies a new approach to human rights of persons with disabilities, who should no longer be subject only to charity and social security regulations, but above all they should be recognized as they are - as an equal legal subjects and full members of the society. The Czech Republic is a...
The right to a lawful judge
Hruška, Lukáš ; Kindlová, Miluše (advisor) ; Hřebejk, Jiří (referee)
The right to a lawful judge Abstract This thesis deals with the basic subjective right to a lawful judge. Its basis consists of analysis of the constitutional and statutory provisions (formal aspect) and their interpretation in the context of merits of the right to a lawful judge (material aspect). The research question of this thesis is as follows: "Are the statutory provisions (or tables of duties) and practices of courts in the Czech Republic aligned with principles and purpose of the basic right to a lawful judge?" General, basic and theoretical issues of the right to a lawful judge such as its nature as a basic subjective right, the scope of its addressees or relation to the right to a due process in line with Article 36 paragraph 1 of the Charter of fundamental rights are analyzed in the second chapter. Findings of this analysis are used to demonstrate the purpose for which the right to a lawful judge was included in the Charter of fundamental rights as well as the implications for independence of the judiciary and procedural rights of parties to the proceedings. Origin of the right to a lawful judge is subsequently explained by a short recourse in chapter three which deals with several historical periods which are most often linked to the necessity of the right to a lawful judge. A deeper analysis of...
Constitutional Protection of Physical Integrity of Patients
Vu Thanh, Tam ; Hofmannová, Helena (advisor) ; Kindlová, Miluše (referee)
The main topic of the master's thesis is protection of bodily integrity, which started to play an important role since the beginning of this millennium in the continental Europe in support of patient's individual rights. The thesis particularly undergoes research by which means is patient's bodily integrity guaranteed on the constitutional level. For that purpose, the thesis analyses informed consent in its various forms, namely in comparisons to foreign literature and judgements in USA and United Kingdom. Simultaneously the court decision became the centre of attention, because of its guarantee to protect bodily integrity to minors and incompatible people. These conclusions the thesis then follows up and applies on cases, in which is bodily integrity of patient is most vulnerable. The conclusion of this thesis is that the protection of bodily integrity is guaranteed on the constitutional level by art. 7 par. 1 Charter of fundamental rights and freedoms and art. 8 European Convention on human rights. Simultaneously the thesis comes to the conclusion that in some cases the protection of bodily integrity in not fully guaranteed. That's the case of sterilization of transsexual patients who are forced to undergo this surgery by statutory regulation. The thesis in the case of compulsory vaccination...
Judicial self-restraint in the judicature of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic
Skořepa, Petr ; Kindlová, Miluše (advisor) ; Suchánek, Radovan (referee)
Judicial self-restraint in the judicature of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic Abstract The thesis deals with the role of the judicial self-restraint in the judicature of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic. Besides the theoretical definitions is the pivotal part of the thesis practical section that is focused on the analysis of pre-selected decisions of the Constitutional Court with respect to the judicial self-restraint. The first chapter contains definition of the theory of separation of powers as basis for the judicial self-restraint and its subcategories. Part of this chapter is oriented at the judicial power itself, which is crucial for the thesis. The second chapter provides definitions of key concepts - principal of judicial self-restraint, priority of the constitutionally conformal interpretation, political question doctrine and judicial activism, as it is called. These concepts are defined from the points of view of the angloamerican legal system as well as czech legal system. In the second chapter are also stated possible factors that may lead to the judicial activism and to the judiciary state, as it is called. The chapter afterwards describes the judicial interpretation and application of law in the context of the judicial self-restraint and provides relevant historical...
Constitucional limits of personal freedom
Fišerová, Veronika ; Antoš, Marek (advisor) ; Kindlová, Miluše (referee)
Constitutional limits of personal freedom Abstract The Master's thesis deals with the extensive theme of restriction or deprivation of the personal freedom. The aim of this thesis is not to analyse the reasons for deprivation of personal freedom in detail, but to look at personal freedom as a whole. In the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms (the Charter), personal freedom is the highest-ranked right to be most often interfered with by the state. Any restriction of personal freedom must meet a number of conditions resulting from legislation, international treaties and the supreme courts' decisions. The main goal of this thesis is to evaluate the frequency and intensity of the deprivation of personal freedom in the Czech Republic. In this thesis I pose the question whether all these limits of permissible deprivation of personal freedom are respected in practice or not. In this thesis I do not deal with the term of imprisonment but I focus on the reasons of deprivation of personal freedom expressly enumerated in the Charter. The first chapter deals with a brief definition of the concept of personal freedom, its incorporation in our legal order and its implementation in international treaties. In the following section, I present the conditions of permissible deprivation of personal freedom resulting...
The Impacts of Mass Surveillance on Fundamental Human Rights
Kousal, Jakub ; Antoš, Marek (advisor) ; Kindlová, Miluše (referee)
The Impacts of Mass Surveillance on Fundamental Human Rights Abstract In this thesis I mainly deal with instruments of mass surveillance, which were recently revealed to the public by American IT specialist Edward Snowden. A considerable part is also devoted to Directive 2006/24 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, which at the time obliged Member States to adopt legislation providing for the retention of data generated or processed in connection with the provision of publicly available electronic communications services or of public communications networks. I also deal with the current form of its transposition into the Czech legal order. The purpose of this thesis is to assess if these instruments of mass surveillance meet the conditions of admissibility of measures limiting fundamental human rights, especially the right to privacy. I have understood the content of these conditions on the basis of the interpretation of relevant laws and international treaties on human rights, or their commentaries and relevant case law. This has led to the assessment of the accordance of these instruments with the principle of proportionality or the application of the proportionality test in its various forms. The concept of my thesis is therefore to be understood as a conflict of two interests, namely the...
Political Party Funding: an International Comparison
Bejdák, Matěj ; Kindlová, Miluše (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to identify significant weaknesses of political party funding system in the Czech Republic, and to suggest possible improvements of the system. Knowledge acquired in the first part of the thesis, which deals with the theoretical basis of political party funding, is used to analyse the applicable legislation. This part of the thesis first of all describes the legal framework of political parties, the principles and goals of political party funding, and possible approaches to the funding; the most space is devoted to one of the possible approaches, regulatory measures, which is divided on the basis of supply side (state a private funding) and demand side (mainly campaign spending regulation). The Czech legislation is not only analysed in general and using the theoretical basis, but is also compared with the system adopted by the Federal Republic of Germany. The hypothesis is that the German law is a good example for the Czech Republic in the field of party financing, for the Federal Republic of Germany has been a developed democratic state of law for a longer uninterrupted period of time, and was one of the first countries in the world to introduce state funding of political parties. The second part of the thesis describes, analyses and compares the applicable legislation of the...
British constitutional system in the context of European Union law: past, present and future
Zapletal, Dalibor ; Gronský, Ján (advisor) ; Kindlová, Miluše (referee)
Constitutional system of the United Kingdom is seldom a theme of interest in domestic academic debates for it is usually considered as a part of Anglo-American juridical culture. According to the author of this master thesis, it is a pity, because the study and interpretation of the British constitutional system can enrich in some respects the current domestic doctrine. Master thesis has the ambition to describe British historical constitutional development, and particularly the current state of the British constitutional law and to emphasise its co-existence with the European law. The approach of the thesis is chronological. Thus, in introductory chapters there are indicated the juridical preconditions of Brexit from both the common law perspective and also the continental law perspective and there is also considered the actual constitutional case report. The last part analyses possible future juridical development. The thesis is focused on the description and the analysis of the withdrawal process of the United Kingdom from the European Union and it considers a variety of aspects of domestic law, international law and law of the European Union. Author makes an attempt to formulate a juridical predication which is based upon foreign literature and domestic and European juridical cases. Specifically, he...
Execution sale of movable property as an interference with the inviolability of the dwelling
Tykvová, Iveta ; Kindlová, Miluše (advisor) ; Hofmannová, Helena (referee)
The master's thesis focuses on a topic which lies on the intersection of civil law procedure and constitutional law. The chosen type of execution proceedings is looked at through the lens of constitutional law with specific focus on dwelling and inviolability of the home, which are interfered with by specific steps of the execution sale of movable property. The aim of the thesis is to bring forth an analysis of the topic from an unusual perspective, and therein answer several research questions, especially to lay out specific (impermissible) interferences with the inviolability of the dwelling within execution proceedings with the goal of highlighting inviolability of the home as a value embodied in the constitutional system of the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two parts and only the conjunction of these parts forms a unique whole. The first part focuses on execution sale of movable items. Firstly, it gives an overview of the execution proceedings and clarifies the purpose and goals of the court executors. In the following chapter the thesis looks at the distraining enforcer as a person in direct contact with the debtors and third parties during his on-the-spot operations for the purpose of execution proceedings. The text then shifts its focus to specific aspects of execution sale of...

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